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THE ALABAMA HOME
ISSUES SPECIAL CERTIFICATES
Which pay 6 per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually, and
the amount paid in may be withdrawn at any time.
Office, 2009 First Avenue
H. M. ROBERTSON, President. W. V. M. ROBERTSON, den. Mflr.
D. C. COOPER, Vice-President. W. A. PORTER, Treasurer.
(Prea Plrtt Net’l Bank of Oxford) (V1eo-Pr«». Am. Truxt fc Ser. Benlc)
$50,000 Per Month
to loan by
The Alabama Home
to build homes and 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 Ava.
'the Age-Herald will print
all advertisements of
| “Situations Wanted’’
FREE OF COST
If you want a position, ask
for it in this column. Every
body will read your want and
‘ if you be worthy you will
find employment
We carry a large stock. Make prompt
deliveries from our Warehouse or fac
tory.
ATLAS ENGINES AND BOILERS
Saw Mills, Saws, Etc. Office and Store.
1918 Morris avenue. Phone 560. Warehouse,
2930 Second avenue.
Geo. E. Lurn Machine and Supply Co.
WANTED.
BHAVINcflOc"'atf 1921~4 th^avenue. ’j1®:!1
.WANTED—Customers for showcases, Iron
safes and Carrara paint. Alabama Gro
cery company. >*1'“
.WANTED—One hundred feather beds;
paying the highest cash prices. 2110 2nd
‘ nvenue. Bell phone 3978. Peoples phone
1834. Southern Feather Co._s~g~7t
' WANTED—Owners to list their property
with us. We have quick buyers for
" homes, timber and mineral lands. W. S.
Terrell & Co., 327 Hood i-ulldlng. Peo
ple's phone 1034. __®"6 **
WANTED—To exchange a new modern
home on East Lake car line for diamond
of 2 karats or larger; house 6 rooms and
new. Apply Clarke, 73rd St. and Sloss j
live. 6-12-7t j
RASPBERRIES. raspbeFrlesTl liave thirty
acres of raspberries and can supply
everybody; only $2.65 for a 6-gallon case.
Send . cash with order. Horace Rainey.
Colombia, Tenn. 6-10-3t
SITUATIONS WANTED.
' WANTED^EHieHenceTMiookkeeperr^weri
acquainted in Birmingham, with good
references, wants position. Address H-2,
eare Age-Herald. 6-10 2t-BU-1u
.WANTED—'Position 4n clerical work by
<x>mpetent young man who Is now com
manding $85 per month; good address,
sober, honest and energetic. Address
"Trustworthy." care Age-Herald.
WANTED—Position by young lady who
writes on the typewriter, and has had
four years’ experience in general office
■work; best references; must have em
ployment; willing to start on reasonable
salary. Address E. L. F.. care Age
Heraid. _ _
(WANTED—Position by an experienced
cabinet and store fixture workman 111
dry goods or furniture house, in or out
out of town; satisfactory references. Ad
dress Carpenter, 1630 3d avenue, Blrmtng
Jiara._ «-12-2t
WANTED—Position by experienced steno
grapher who has had experience in
making out pay rolls, bills of lading,
also understands use of cash Isrok. Ad
dress Pay Roll, eare Age-Herald. _
WANTED Slx lirst cless dry goods sales
nien; want a lady cashier; blacksmith;
boilermaker; cook, small hotel; dairy
men; carpet layer. Other good pi ace a
‘ 458 Hood building.
ITOUNO man. age 26. d’esires a clerical
position; wages no object; reference
furnished, Including college faculty.
Address Dispatch. Eneley. Ala,
WANTED—A position as tutor in private
home by a young man who is an A. B.
graduate; good references; no compen
sation. Address Tutor, care Age-llerald.
HELP WANTED.
WANTED—Oentleman or lady with good
reference to travel by rail or with a
rig for a firm of $260,0*1 capital; salary
$1,072 per year and expenses; salary
paid weekly and expenses advanced.
Address, with stamp, Jos. A. Alexander,
Birmingham. Ala.
HELP WANTED—MALE.
WANTED—20 briekiayers~on”the Costner
Knott building at Nashville. Tenn. Ap
ply to Selden Brick Construction com
pany, Nashville. Tenn. 6-26-30t
(WANTED—For u7 S. army; aDle-bodled
unmarried men. between ages of a and
K; cltlzena of United States of good
character and temperate bablta, who
can speak, read and wrlto English. Ap
ply to rerruittng officer, 7% N. 20th St ,
Birmingham. Ala. 7-1-ly
(ACTORS WANTED—Quod sketch team
or sjieedalty performers to strengthen
company for opera houses in Decatur
and near-by towns; three-night stands;
open Decatur, June 18; state summer
milary. M. Franklin, Boston Stock Oo.,
Athens, Ala. _
WANTED—First-class milker. Apply 314
North 21st street. W. M. Glass. 6-20-tf
WANTED—Live young man from 17 to 20
years of age as news agent on rail
road; hustlers make good pay; cull
quick. 1014 Morris ave. 6-12-4t
WANTED—Experienced reul estate men
to sell the best Greater New York lot
proposition. Easy terms. Grcul possi
bilities. McCormack Heal Estate Co.. 41
Court 8t.. Brooklyn, N. Y. 8-10-81-eod
WANTED—An energetic, pushing sales
man; thoroughly acquainted with the
manufacturing plants In the Birmingham
district. Address "Manufacturing Co.,"
cure Age-Herald, sating past experience
and present occupation. 8-8-3t-e-o-d
WANTED—Men and boys to learn plumb
ing. bricklaying. Special offer life schol
arship fifty dollars; easy payments; po
sition and union card guaranteed; free
catalogue. Coyne Bros.’ Trade Schools,
New York. Chicago, St. Louis. 5-lo-tf
WANTED-At once three good waiters;
can expect good wages if coni|>etent.
Apply at Print up House, Gadsden, Ala.,
1,. Reich, proprietor. 8-10-3t
WANTED—First-class helper for sign
painting Hermitage, 17th st., and 1st
avenue.____fi-12-2t
AGENTS WANTED.
WATCTED^AgentsTrTsef! lots In new sub
division; new plan; JlOOn to he given
away. Address B., care Age-Herald.
6-*-7t
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ad. taken tor less than 26 cents tor
firs'. Insertion. Cash must accompany
every order.__
LAND TITLES,
TITLE INSURANCE
Jefferson, Shelby and St Clair County
Title Business Exclusively.
Birmingham Title and
Guarantee Company
226 Twenty-firat Street.
J. K. BROCKMAN. General Managar.
(Organised July, UOM
SOUTHERN AUDIT CO
Expert accounting In all Ita branohes.
Periodical examinations made. New sys
tem? Installed.
810 Flret National Bank. Bell phone Sill.
"boarders WANTED.
ROOM with board, 2309 6th ave. 5-21-30t
FRONT ROOM with board; 422 16th street,
north, corner 5th avenue, 6-ll-7t
WANTED—Boarders at 2021 6t'h avenue,
north; good table at reasonable rates;
rooms for two or three gentlemen.
9-5-10t
NICE rooms and board for couple; also
table board. 2112 5th avenue._6-10-3t
MRS. W. C. WOODS can accommodate a
few couples or young men. 'Tls In walk
ing distance to town. 824 20th street,
Cullum's flat. 6-10-2t-su-tu
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—12 lots at West End for $2400;
terms one-half cash, balance 1 and 2
years, 6 per cent. Address B. and C.,
care Age-Herald. 6-8-71
FOR SALE—Choice West End home at
a bargadn for quick aale; high and dry;
no swamp, chilis or fever; eastern front
age; 6 rooms; convenient, modern; cor
ner lot; first class finish. C. W. Mills
& Co., Nat. Bk. Bldg. Bell phone 1202,
Peoples 666. 6-9-11-12-13-14-15-16
FOR SALE—Hard wood Umber lands;
$1 an acre for all of the white oak and
other oaks on 6000 acres of well timbered
land, all in one body on river and rail
road. Apply to Geo. W. Wise, Selma,
Ala. 6-20-a)t
FOR SALE—Corner lot 70x356, on South
Highlands of East Lake; within 150 feet
of car line; will sell cheap. Address
Box 66, care Age-Herald. 2-11-tf
FOR SALE—Two car loadfc of pole car
standards. Fowler-Personette Lumber
Oo., North Birmingham, Ala. Bell
phone 42. 6-7-tf
FOR SALE—A fine set of drug store fix
tures; the set we are now using. Collier
Drug Co., 2012 1st avenue. 5-20-tf
F<)R SALE—Beautiful home on East
Lake car line; new'. 5 rooms, at a sac- I
rlflce, lot 50x166; see us at once. East
Lake Realty and Building company, 73rd I
St., and Sloss ave. Owner on premises.
6-12-71
FOR SALE—Large, foeer cooler, other
cooler, other saloon fixtures cheap. Box
388, Cullman. _
FOE SALE-One street sprinkler, almost
new 660-gallon Studebaker street
sprinkler. Apply Bessemer Liquor Co.,
Bessemer, Ala. 4-22-su-tu-thu-tf
[ FOR SALE—Lots in city of Ensley, lOOx
1 150; all improvements; corner 19th street
and Avenue 11: must be sold by June 7;
bargains at $3200; terms, $1000 cash, bal
ance in 2 years. Addross Box 38, Ens
ley, Ala. 5-27-10t
FOR SALE—Brick store, 18th Street near
2nd ave.; brick store, 22nd street near
2nd ave.; residence on 22nd street near
5th ave.; these properties, if taken at
once, can be sold at a bargain. W. B.
Leedy & Co. 6-10-71
FORJtENTL
FOR^lu6NT^Mod^ ?M:oonf'~"r osh fe i ice;
North Highland. 1809 Rush avenue; fur
nished or unfurnished; call at residence
or address ine at Oneonta, Ala. J. A.
Brice. G-7-5t
w FNTED To lease t«> right man with"a
few' hundred dollars capital a beautiful,
newly improved farm on mountains a
few miles from city; a model summer
home; every convenience; two springs; i
an opening for poultry, truck and dairy; )
lease three to four years. Address
Mountain Farm, care Age-Herald.
6-5-7t
Ft )R RENT—Modern homes of (1 rooms on
East l<ake car line at right price. Apply
j East Lake Realty and Building com
! pany, 73rd St. and Slows ave. 6-12-71
FOR RENT—Splendid modern brick, 10
room residence, 906 South 19th street.
Smith & Stillman. 206 Hood building.
6-12-3t
FOR RENT A furnished house until Oc
tober. Apply 3306 South lftth street.
6-10-3t
ROOMS FOR RENT._
FURNISHED rooms, clean, well kept. 2212
6th avenue. 6-11 -3t
FOR RENT—Room, with dressing room.
2080 6th avenue. 5-3-eod-tf
FOR RENT—Best rooms tn the city.
Hotel Eagle; 26c to $1.00; corner 24th st.
and 2d avenue. 4-4-tf
FURNISHED rooms for rent. 3914 5th ave.
6-6-7t
DESIRABLE room to rent for one or two
persons; meals in immediate vicinity;
one block from Five Points; on car line,
southside. _\V.. care Age-Herald.
FOR-RENT—Three large, connecting, un
furnished rooms for light housekeep
ing in cottage. 2320 4th avenue, north.
_ 0-7-Gt
FURNISHED room for rent in brick Hat;
all conveniences. Apply 2025 Fifth ave
nue.
FOR" RENT Two connecting rooms, com
pletely furnished for light housekeep
ing on Fifth avenue, near 22nd street;
references required. Bell phono 3281.
6-10-2 t-su- tu
FURNISHED room and board. 1903 6th
avenue, north. G-7-7t
FQR RENT—Nicely furnished room. 517
north 23d street. Bell phone 2764 . 6-10-3t
FOR RENT—Rooms, 007 North 23d street;
Bell phone 3164. 6-10-7t
MONEY TO LEND.
REAL ESTATE LOANS- Thirty. Sixty
and Ninety days and Twelve Months.
City Loan and Banking company. Bell
phone 240. 4-14-tf
MONET LOANED-SALARIED PEOl*LK
without security; easy payments. Union
Discount Cf. 518 Woodward Bids. 10-g-tf
PLENTY oil money to loan white and
colored pecfcle. We buy first mortgage
notes. Southern Security and Trust Co..
> Room 12, Wmtts Bldg. 6-3-tu-thu-su-lmo
ONE CENT A WORD.
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ad. taken for leas than 25 cents for
first Insertion. Cash must accompany
every order.
~~ BUSINESS CHANCES" _
IF you want to make money In mines, or
seeking Information regarding Nevada
mining stocks, write us for our mar
ket letter. Sent free upon request. Pat
rick Elliott & (Tamp, Bankers and Brok
ers. Goldfield, Nev._6-ll-7t-eori
WRITE for our market letter. Sent free
upon request. Complete resume of Ne
vada mining operations. Patrick Elliott
& Camp, bankers and brokers, Goldfield,
Nevada. 6-10-eod-8t
PARTY with $1000~cash can secure an In
terest In fine proposition. Investigate
this. Address B., care Age-Herald.
6-8-7t
“Tost, strayed or stolen. ~
LOST—Gold locket, containing lady'js pic
ture, monogram G. B. K. on outside.
Return to 1025, First National.
MISCELLANEOUS.
HOUSE MOVER. J. Lawrence, 912 88tfi
street. East Birmingham. 6-8-6t
ANY poor girl needing ^friendship .help,
advice, etc., will find ready and willing
assistance by applying to the matron of
Salvation Army Rescue Home, 33rd at.
and Ave. E, Birmingham. Ala_ 8-14-tf
OFFICE furniture to keep like new by
the week: reclean and repolish and re
pair furniture and carpets. Paxton. 23
years’ experience; both phones. 6-lO-7t
REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE.
75x100; $4250; corner; rents for $35 per
month; terms V* cash, balance 1, 2 and 3
years, with 8 per cent interest.
70x120—Northeast corner Avenue K and
X9th street; double residence of 16 rooms
and two servants’ 'houses; terms, Vi
cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years.
233x240—8th avenue, between 9th and 10th
streets; a bargain; $3000; one-third rash.
i acres near baseball grounds; railroad
front 700 feet; cheap for cash.
L. G. PETTYJOHN,
Phonos 465 and 1101. 1S26V4 3d Ave.
FOR SALE.
One of the handsomest lots on South
Highlands, fronting 134 feet on Highland
avenue and located In the choicest resi
dence section of the avenue. For price
and terms apply to
BROWN BROS. & CO
Ground Floor, First National BaJik Bldg.,
Bell Phone 384.
FOR SALE
A business corner 100x140 with a three
story brick building 100x50 on it paying
good Interest on the price asked; this
property will be worth double the price
asked within five years.
W. N. MALONE & CO.
211 N. 21st st. Both phones, 1239.
FOR RENT.
Furnished houses on South Highlands;
•modern and desirable in every way.
Cottage, 726 South 15th street; 5 rooms;
on car line.
Owners of property, list your business
with me. I do rental business only, not
as a side line, as with most agents.
GEORGE BILBE.
Bell phone 24. 223 21st street
EASY MONEY.
Corner 100x190 with four houses on it
for $3250; rents $32 per month; the best
thing we have offered this season; room
for more houses and can be made to
pay handsomely with small outlay; see
It.
W. G. OLIVER A CO.,
2025 Third Avenue. Both Phones 1682.
FOR SALE.
$40 pr. ft. cor.; Montgomery and 13 ave.
$1000—Nice 5-r. house; fronts E. Lake car.
$3500—Nice place; 3* lots. West End.
$500—Pr. a., 15 acres, West End.
$1250— Lovely cor.; Princeton place.
$4500—Good home; 13 st., H. and I.
$2500—Good 7-r. house; Ave. G; cor. 50x190;
must be sold quick, owner leaving city;
real bargain.
$7500—Good home, large lot. Quinlan ave.
$9000-100x140; C, 12 st.; rents $1000.
$1000—Large pretty, Fountain Hts. lot.
$2100—60x190, Norwood; east front.
$20,000—2 ave. brick store; close In.
$6500—Nice 1 ave. cor.; rents $480.
$100 Pr. ft. cor. 6 ave. and 24 st.
$5000— Lot; 6 ave. bet. 21 and 22 sts.
M'CONNELL & ANGLIN,
Both phones 1523. 2018 Third Ave.
_ ^^JLEGAL NOTIC
Receiver's Sale.
In the District Court of the United States
for the Southern Division of the North
ern District of Alabama.
In Re—T. V. Boardman & Co., Bankrupt—
In Bankruptcy.
Under and by virtue of an order made
and ended in the above styled cause by
the Hon. Thomas G. Jones, judge of said
court, on the 4th day of June, 1906, [ will
sell to the highest bidder for cash all
the goods, wares and merchandise and all
live stock, wagons, furniture, fixtures anil
machinery of the bankrupt estate, and
also the leasehold interest of said bank
rupt in and to the store building No. 1905
and 1907. Third avenue, Birmingham, Ala
bama, said leasehold interest expires Sep
tember 30, 1907. Said sale will be made
on the premises. No. 1905 and 1907 Third
avenue, Birmingham, on Wednesday the
20th day of June at 12 o’clock, noon. An
itemized inventory of said property is
now on file in the oftlce of Referee Alex
C. Birch and can be seen by all prospec
tive purchasers on application.
B. A. THOMPSON.
Receiver of T. V. Boardman & Co., Bank
rupt._ 6-5-3t-tu
DR. Y. E. HOLLOWAY
SPECIALIST
PRIVATE DISEASES,
1 guarantee
you a PVn\a*
.lent cure
private troubles
nnd that you
may know m.v
guarantee i« re
liable I refer
you with per
mission, to the
First National
bank, Alabama
National baA.
Steiner Broth
ers. banfcars.
Jefferson CcW\
ty Savings
bank and the
People’s Savings Bank and Trust com
pany, as to my honesty for my contracts.
Fully three-fourths oi my patients have
been treated by some one else before 'Call
ing on ine to be cured. Why not come as
noon as afflicted? You will save monoy,
distressing pain and valuable time; be
sides, there is satisfaction in knowing
that the very beat treatment Is being
given you by an honest, competent phy
sician. 1 have treated private troubles
ss a specialty in the city of Birmingham,
▲la., since August 3. 1887. I cure all uian
nv of private diseases I cure many pa
liWkk by mail treatment. Write for prices
and terms.
I *0 not use large advertisements and
felse statements to attract patients which
mgr it has failed to secure. If you fall to
*9 curtd by such methods, give me a call
and get well.
My offices are the most private and
^ulet in the city, tenth story of the new
First National bank building, comer of
Second avenue and Twentieth street
Rooms 1006 and 1007. Take one of the An#
nlevatoae to tenth floor.
Office hours: 8.30 a. m. ts felt R Rb
Budsjr, 20 a .m. to 11 m. M
TORTURED BY
ramp
Eczema Broke Out Also on Hands
and Limbs—Suffering Intense
Doctors Said Too Old to Be
Cured —An Old Soldier of 80
Years Declares:
“CUTICURA TREATMENT
IS A BLESSING”
“At all times and to all people I am
willing to testify to the merits of Cu
ticura. It saved me from worse than
the tortures of hades, about the year
1900, with itching on my scalp and
temples, and afterwards it commenced
to break out on my hands. Then it
broke out on my limbs. I was advised
to use salt and water, which 1 did, to
no effect. I then went to a Surgeon, who
commenced treating me with a wash of
borax. This treatment did me no good,
but rather aggravated the disease. I
then told him I would go and see a phy
sician in Erie. The reply was that I
could go anywhere, but a case of
eczema like mine could not be cured;
that I was too old (80 ). I went to an
eminent doctor in the city of Erie and
treated with him for six months, with
like results. I had read of the Cu
ticura Remedies often. I was strongly
tempted to give them a trial, so 1 sent
for the Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and
Resolvent and continued taking the
Resolvent until I bad taken six bottles,
stopping it to take the Fills. I was now
getting Better. I took two baths a day,
and at night I let the lather of the Soap
dry on. I used the Ointment with
great effect after washing in warm
water, to stop the itching at onoe. I
am now cured.
“The Cuticura treatment is a blessing
and should be used by every one who
has itching of the skin. I can't say any
more, ancfthank God that He has given
the world such a curative. You can
nee this letter as you please. A very
much befriended man, Wm. H. Gray,
3308 Mt. Vernon St., Philadelphia, Pa.,
August 2, 1905."
Sjttornf! ud Interval Tr*atan>t for miy
C-HiiMfcfroin PlmplM to Scrofula, from Infancy to Ate,
of Citdcug* Soap, Me- Olotvient. 60c., «•»!▼
•aLMeVtki farm o# Ckocatai Coated Pill*. 2fic. per rial
m «), may bu had of all drufftit*. A tingle act often cur**.
ANNOUNCEMENT
For Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the office of sheriff of Jefferson
county, subject to the action of the dem
ocratic party, in the forthcoming primary.
ALBERT STRADFORD.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the office of sheriff of Jefferson
county, subject to the action of the dem
ocratic party. J. P. STILES.
I here announce myself a candidate for
sheriff of Jefferson county, subject to the
action of the democratic prlmaray, August
27, 1906. HUGH McGEEVER.
For Road Supervisor.
To the Democratic Voters and Citizens of
Jefferson County:
I am a candidate for re-election to the
office of road supervisor of Jefferson
county, subject to the action of the dem
ocratic party. J. ED. HAIGLER.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the office of road supervisor of
Jefferson county, subject to the action of
the democratic party. JOE HILL.
Joe S. Davis is a candidate for road
supervisor of Jefferson county, subject to
the action of the democratic party. Will
appreciate as much as anyone your sup
port. and if elected will strive hard to do
my whole duty. Inquire of those who
know me as to my ability and Integrity.
For Representative.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the ofTice of representative from Jef
ferson county to the lower house of the
legislature, subject to the action of the
democratic primary.
W. E. URQUHART.
Col. W. W. Shcrtridge of Ensley author*
izes the announcement of his candidacy
for representative to the legislature from
Jefferson county, subject to the action of
the democratic party in primary to bo
held August 27, 1906.
Jere Clemens King of Birmingham au
thorizes the announcement of his candi
dacy to represent Jefferson county in the
next legislature, subject to the action of
1 the democratic primary on August 27, 1906.
{ The Age-Herald is authorized to an
j nounce Dr. M. C. Ragsdale of McCalla
|ns a candidate for representative from
j Jefferson county in the next legislature,
: subject to the action of the democratic
| primary August 27, 1906.
I am a candidate for the democratic
nomination for representative in Alabama
legislature from Jefferson county.
SAMUEL WILL JOHN.
The Age-Herald is authorized to an
nounce II. A. Hagler of Warrior as a
candidate to the legislature from Jeffer
son county, subject to the action of the
democratic primary, August 27, 1906.
The Age-Herald is authorized to an
nounce W. T. Newberry a candidate to
the next legislature from Jefferson coun
ty, subject to the action of the demo
cratic primary, August 27. 6-3-tf
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LOAN ASSOCIATION.
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EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRY
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EXQUISITE WORK
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<317 Second Avenue. 'Phone 221
I
MAYOR SULLIVAN
TO ENFORCE LAW
Screens Must be Taken from
Saloon Windows
NEXT SATURDAY IS LIMIT
H. C. Compton and H. A. Skegga, Jr.,
Will Address Voters of Bessemer
Next Saturday Night at
Rebie Hall.
Bessemer, June 11.—(Speclak)—Mayor
Sullivan has given Acting Chief of Police
H. Q. Christlleb strict orders to enforce
the ordinance adopted at the last meeting
of the City Council requiring all screens
and other obstructions to the view to he
removed from saloon doors and windows
on Sunday.
The Mayor made a personal inspection
of the saloons in the city yesterday and
expressed himself as not being satisfied
with the result. He has issued an order
giving saloon men until next Saturday
night to put their places In proper con
dition for the observance of the ordi
nance and has instructed the police to
make arrests If the law is not observed.
In police court this morning Mayor Sul
livan placed Hie limit of fine on two or
three men charged with vagranoy and
gambling. Fines assessed amounted to
about $300.
Notes and Personals.
H. C. Compton of Birmingham and H.
A. Skeggs. Jr., of Decatur, candidates for
associate railroad commissioners, will ad
dress the voters of Bessemer at Reble
hall next Saturday night.
The Rev. R. C. Gilmore and wife, who
have been in Washington for several
weeks, are expected to return home this
week.
Bishop E. P. Allen of Mobile confirmed
a class of thirty-eight at St. Aloysus Cath
olic church yesterday morning.
UNITED MINE WORKERS
IN ANNUAL CONVENTION
I
Continued from Fifth Pafle)
termination. T would, therefore, recom
mend that the struggle be continued In
the same manner that has marked its
progress in the past, until at last, as I
firmly believe, victory will crown our ef
forts. and wo may again enjoy peace In
the mining industries of Alabama, such as
prevailed for many years prior to 1904.
While much more may he paid in praise
of the men who are on strike for their
loyalty to the cause they espouse. It
must not be forgotten that there are those
who have had employment during the
period of strike of whom T feel as though
the most glowing tribute that I could ut
ter would not do them justice for the
noble manner In which they have respond
ed to the call for assistance from the less
fortunate brothers (the strikers) com
mands for them greater and nobler recog
nition than has been accorded any miners
in the history of strikes.
Loyalty Shown.
I “Not only have the working miners
shown much loyalty to the striking min
ers but never in the history of our or
ganization in Alabama have they put
forth such efforts to keep inviolate the
contracts that we hail entered Into with
the operators, as has been done during
the contract year now about to close.
“Only in one instance has It occurred
that a mine has been laid idle on account
of any grievance that has arisen. This
instance occurred at Coleanor, where on
Wednesday, May 30, the drivers refused
to go into the mines because one of their
number had been discharged on account
of his mule being crippled. ’Phe mine com
mittee, nor the miners, however, were to
blame for the stoppage, for when the driv
ers refused to work after the mine com
mittee had used all efforts to induce
them to do so, several miners were ready
and willing to take the places of the
drivers had they been requested by the
company to do so. This matter was ad
justed by Board Member Wallwork and
tile drivers returned to work the follow
ing day.
“As you are all aware of the fact t'hat
tite mining laws of Alabama are lament
ably deficient and that during the last
year or so two explosions have taken
place in our state that have dealt death
and destruction to our miners, nnd as our
state legislature meets but once In four
i years, ihe opportunities for creating new'
mining laws or amending the present form
of lawn that we now have In force' are
not very good. As tills Is the year that the
legislature meets I would recommend to
this convention t'hat the executive Itoard
he empowered to select a committee to
lie known as a legislative committee for
the purpose of endeavoring to secure bet
ter mining laws.
Part In Politics.
“I desire to call your attention to the
fact that this Is the year In which stale
and county officers will be elected. And it
should be the duty of the members of
our organization and of trades unions gen
erally to see to It that such men should
be elected to fill the various offices as
would enact and enforce laws that guar
antee the miners more protection titan Is
accorded them at present.
“The Injunction eases In the I'nlted
States court and damage suits from Tus
caloosa county tltal were pending during
our last convention have not materialized
to date.
"In conclusion I desire to most earn
estly thank the dlstrlet atul local officers
for the generous support and co-operation
during the past year."
Clemo’s Report.
Birmingham. Ala.. June 11, 1906.
Mr. President and Gentlemen of the
Ninth Annual Convention of District 20.
I'nlted Mine Workers of America:
In accordance with a long established
and well-defined custom of our organiza
tion. I herewith submit for your consider
ation mv financial report for the fiscal
i year ending April 30. 1906. At the close
i of business April 30. 1906. we had a bal
! ance on hand In the dlstrlet treasury of
$45,403.41. our income during the year was
$434,428.32, making a total of $629,331.73. Our
' expenditures for the same period was
$499.029.t9, leaving a balance on hand April
: 30, 1906, of $30,801.94. Our expenditures have
; exceeded the Income by J14.Sol.47, notwith
standing that the majority of our mem
bership have been engaged In a great
snuggle for the past twenty-two months,
we have $12,027.04 more In our treasury
than when the strike was called, we are
providing aid for 3677 members and their
families, making a total of 16.136. The
amount paid for provisions, fuel, medical
attention and other necessities for twenty
two months Is $1643,161.61. The amount re
ceived from National Secretary-Treasurer
\V. B. Wilson Is $740,737.67, we have re
ceived from strike assessment for the
i same period $164,000.09. In conclusion per
mit me to say. that loo much praise can
not he given our members for their faith
fulness and loyalty In paying their assess
ments during this long drawnout strike;
and also the men on strike deserve the
highest commendation for having endured
the many hardships that are Incident to
strikes of such long duration. The paid-up
' membership for the month of April, 1906,
Wanted—50 Reliable
Real Estate Agents
We want'50 reliable and hustling
Agents to self lots of the Gads
den Land and Development Com
pany, in Birmingham and other
cities and towns.
Must have A1 reference.
For full information call on or
address
Citizens Savings Bank
2003 First Avenue. Birmingham. Ala.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
get our estimates on Nos. 1 and 2 Pine aTuT^HV
ihing les—Any quantity. HL
Plas ter, Apex Wood Fiber Plaster, Lime, Hi
»r Pipe, Sand Roofing Ma- « |M
Bell, 557; Peoples, 639. ——
•mlngham. Ala. ~ rt
was 3891. During the year four local
unions have been organized.
Receipts.
Total receipts from May 1 to April 30,
1906:
Receipts from dues and assess
ments .$102,591.70
Received from W. B. Wilson, na
tional secretary . 380,000.00
Receipts from miscellaneous— 1,836.63
Balance on hand May 1, 1906 . 45,043.41
Total .$629,831.73 j
Expenditures.
Total expenditures from May 1, 1906, to
April 30, 1906:
To officers* salaries and ex
penses .5 10,070.21
Padd for provisions . 385,415.48
Paid for miscellaneous expenses. 103,544.10
Total .,.$499,029.79
To balance on hand April 30, 1906 30,801.94 j
Less $8836 on deposit for secretary
of t>onds . 8,8836.00 |
Balance on hand .% 21,965.94 |
Respectfully submitted,
J. L. CLEMO.
Secretary-Treasurer. ,
Standing Committees.
President Edward Flynn appointed the
following committees:
Scale Committee—G. Jackson, Hargrove;
B. Black, Coal City; G. W. Ellis, Al
toona; A. P. Lawley, Maylene; E. C. Hus
ton, Aldrich; Thomas English, Brook
wood; T. W. Bow’ers, Searles; J. R. Ken
namer, Piper; R. S. Jackson, (colored),
Braehead; Jake Barrett, (colored), I>e,w
Isburg: D. Griffith, (colored). Stout Moun
tain; B. W. Robinson, (colored), Kim
berley.
Committee on Constitution—James
Seholes, Pratt City; Joseph Wallwork,
Biocton; J. W. Brown. Butterfly; P.
Hutchinson, (colored). Pinckney; Alex
Gilmore (colored), Coalburg.
Committee on Appeals and Grievances—
James Linnahan. Bell Ellen; L. B. Evans,
Graves; C. C. Wilson, Sayreton; O. W.
Page, (colored). Searles; Sandy Williams,
(colored). Pratt City.
Resolution Committee—Adam Pow, Wy
lam; James Savage, Warrior; D. Z. Davis,
Brook wood: William Witherspoon, (coi- j
ored). Bell Sumter; J. D. Mixon, (colored),
Warner.
Committee Officers Reports—W. S. Swi- !
ney, Johns; J. E. Smith, Nebo; J. H.
Skinner. Virginia; Henry Cooper, (col
ored), Littleton; Sam Massey, (colored),
Coalmont.
The report of Vice President B. L.
Greer was short, and he spoke feelingly
of the death of Mr. Orange, a board
member. He reported that he had visited
a number of locals, made addresses and
aided the other officers in the work in
the district.
A telegram was read from National
Secretary and Treasurer W. B. Wilson
stating that lie would arrive in Birming
ham today to attend the session of the !
convention, and one was also received
from National Committeeman Fairley, j
stating that lie would arrive in Birming- |
liam today to attend the convention.
IN THEBIRMINGHAM
REAL ESTATE MARKET
There was nothing of notable impor
tance reported in local real estate circles,
lut the general good condition which 'has
prevailed for the past two months or
more continues. Local agents report a
demand for high prices on all grades of
favorably located real estate, and the
general tendency which prevails is ap
parently to hold property for the rush of
the season, when prices are expected to
advance to even higher levels. There is no
mercantile property whatever offered for
sale at reasonable prices.
The file of warranty deeds In the pro
bate court yesterday was much heavier
than usual, although the day was the first
of the week, and a large per cent of the
papers filed recorded transfers in real es
tate in which amounts exceeding $1000
were involved.
Papers were filed in the probate clerk's
effiee yesterday recording the purchase
of several hundred acres of land by the
Tennessee Coal. Iron and Railroad com
pany from different parties as follows: R.
I.. Crowder, $3240; A. M. Varnon and wife,
$950; S. C. Sharp, $1275; Luther S. Mellown
and wife, $1700; C. W. Crumly, $9500; A.
E. Miles and M. A. Miles. $3125; T. J.
Crumly and wife. $3000; G. A. Glover and
wife, $1500; B. N. Crumley. $2600; J. R.
Owen and R. E. Owen. $3300; W. E. Mc
Daniel and wife, $220<>; J. W. VVoltersdorf
ct «il., $2000; A. W. Varnon and wife, s.
and J. P. Crumly, $2000. The fourteen j
transactions involved aggregately $37,740, |
and all of the property concerned was in
sections 11, 12. 13 and 14. townships 17 and j
18. and ranges 4 and 5 west. A number of j
other deeds were filed In which small i
amounts were mentioned, probably raising
the amount involved to $50,000.
Other transactions in real estate, in- j
solving amounts of $1000 or more, for j
which the proper papers were filed with j
the probate clerk yesterday were as fol
lows :
\V. F. Masterson and wife to II. A.
Passolt, lot 7, in block 5, fronting 50 feet
on the east side of Allen street, between
Fifteenth and Sixteenth avenues, and run
ning hack 135 feet to alley in the rear, |
the consideration for which was $2350.
Suburban Realty Investment company to
Annie May Pool, lot 19, in block 41*i* lot
25. in block 415; lot 14. in block 417, and
lot 17, in block 41S, according to the sur
vey of the North Birmingham Land eoro
i pany s first addition to North Birming
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Account of Southern Student’s Confer
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tuckians. On sale June 10-11-12, with fi
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until July 23.
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der of Eagles. On sale August 10-11-12,
with final limit August 22.
Monteagle. Tenn.. and return .$7.25
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School: Monteagle Sunday School Insti
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Knoxville. Tenn., and return.$7.90
Account of Summer School. Tickets on
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Washington. D. C., and return .$21.25
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July 11. Privilege of extension until Au
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Buffalo, N. Y. and return.$25.25
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ham, the consideration involved In the
transaction being $423(1.
J. S. Harris to J. O. Culpepper, lot 1,
in block 2, North Johns, the consideration
for which was $1100.
l.narles Clarke to E. Brewer, lot 15, In
block 12. according to the survey of tno
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the consideration for which was $1700.
Sallle H. Givin and R. J. Glvin to O,
S. Finch, lot 3. in block 7. Kingston, the
consideration for which was $1360.
Bertha II. Robertson und W. V. M. Rob
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fronting 50 feet on the north side of Ave
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