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RATES—One cent a word a day; no •d. taken for less than 25 cents for first insertion. Cash must accompany every order. DIVIDEND NOTICE The thirty-first semi-annual dividend of I per rent on the paiid u*P stork of the AJaba.ma Home Building and Ix>an asso i ciation wilt be paid on July 2 at the of fice of the association. W. V. M. ROBERTSON, General Manager. 2009 First Ave. ■"the AGF.-Herald will print 1 all advertisements o f "Situations Wanted" FREE OF COST If you want a position, ask for it in this column. Every body will read your want and it you be worthy you will ; find employment We carry n large stock. Make prompt deliveries from our Warehouse or Fac tory. ATLAS ENGINES AND BOILERS Saw Mills. Saws. Etc. Office and Store. IMS Morris avenue. Phone 560 Warehouse, 2930 Second avenue. Oco E. Turn Machine and Supply Co. WANTED. ETTA'vTNG~10v-atl921~4th~a venue. 3-lS-tt WANTED—Customer* tor showcases. lion aafen and Carrara paint. Alabama Gro cery company. l*l-tf WANTED- To buy from owner a 6 to X-roo-n home in city, or Woodlawn or West End. Price from $3060 to , give description and *xuc: location. Home Buyer, care Age-Herald. 6-29-4t WANTED-Owners to list tlieir property with us We have uulck buyers for homes, timber and mineral lands W. 3. Terrell & Co.. 327 Hood aiding Peo ple's phone 1634. 6-6 tf =»"“ -- HELP WANTEp WANTED—Young men and Indies em ployed in itie day lo Join our night school. Thorough courses In shorthand, typewriting, English, bookkeeping and penmanship. Scholarship $25 in the night school. Spcncei Business College. Cor. 4th aveniiL ami 20th street. 6-2-1-If HELP WANTED—MALEL_ WANTED—20 bricklayers on the Castncr Knott building at Nashville, Tenn. Ap ply to Selden Brick Construction com pany, Nashville. Tenn. 6-25-30t TWO first class Pa rivers wanted immedi ately at 1921 4th avo. li-29-3t WANTED—Stenographer with knowledge of bookkeeping. Address S. 3. E. ("o., care Age-Herald. 6-29-31 WAN 'hunting Is our business. If you are competent to earn $1000-$5000 write for booklet and stale position de sired: twelve offices. Hapgoods, 533 Williamson Bldg.. Cleveland, Oldo, ami 726 Park Bldg.. Pittsburg,_Du-_ .WANTED-Kor U. S. army; able-bodied unmarried men, between ages of 21 and If; citizens of United States of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and wrlto English. Ap ply to recruiting officer, 7% N. 20th St., Birmingham, Ala._ 7-1-ly WANTED—By large corporation, compe tent male stenographer and file clerk at once; accuracy and speed requisite; an swer in own handwriting, giving age, experience and salary expected. Regu i.i r, re Age- Hera Id. 6 28 It TWO first class barbers wanted Inunedi aitely at 1921 4th ave. 6-26-3t mi:.\ add bos wanted to learn plumb ing. plastering, bricklaying; special of fer life scholarship, $50, easy payments; position guaranteed; free catalogue. Coyne Bros.’ Trade Schools, New York. Chicago, St. Louis. G-17-tf wanted Live men who have thad suc cessful experience in traveling and sell ing lets throughout the state. We also want good local agents. Traveling •men and insurance agents can make good money by selling our lots. Heauti fill lots, easy to sell, are now offered for a short time at $100; $2 ;i front foot. Will enhance in value rapidly; easy to sell. We pay a cash eommissin of 15 per cent on sales It eosts only $1.75 railroad fare from Birmingham to Gadsden. Write, or better still, com- to see us and our property. Lynch & Foster, Gads den Ala. 0-27-at WANTED—Pour good cut-stone setters at once; building work Poster Her bert Cbt Stone Co. Nashville. Tenn. .G-2N-ot held wanted—female. W^XTED—Experience gas stove solicitor gas light company of Columbus Gas i.ight Co. of Columbus. Ga. . .6-24-tf BOARDERS J^ANTED^ ROOM with board, 2209 6th av . 6-22-35t WANTED- Couple to board In private family; South Highlands. 2025 11th ave nue. south; Peoples phone 328. 6-27-41 NIC ft room and board for two couples; also tabh board. 2112 5th ave. Phone 1480. G-27-3t BOARDERS wanted'; summer rates. 2021 6th ave.. north. Have room for three of four young men. 5-22-lot "“rooms and board wanted. ^X^Y^fTvHToTm^lmd'nHnTrd^^dTir^prLmto family on southside by married couple. No children. Address T. L., care Age Herald.6-29-21 FOR SALE. F< >R SALK- Splendid building lot 45x162 feet to a city alloy, being the northeast alley corner of 12th avenue between 18th and 10th streets, South Highlands. This lot faces south, and right In the swim. Price $66 a foot. It lias a good 4 room house with hall, also sanitary Con ner tioti. Bold on good terms. Now think about this if you want t desirable lo cation. Wesley M Smith of S Bethea & Co. 6-29-31 FOR SALK—A Singer sewing machine comparatively new, with attachments cheap. Apply 1907 . Park ave. rOR SALE-^orthe gentlest and best all round 2-gallon family cow in city. De livered today going to soli Call Hell 915. |OR SALE mo I6*uct*e» 1 . • nd. . rooui new house, a great bargain. $1150. double lot, nit e fruit, nice small cottage. West Knd. Berry & Co., :HU Challfoux Bldg Bell 916 _ For SALK—Corner lot 7uzI5o, on South Highlands of East Lake; within 150 feet of car line; will sell cheap. Address Box 56. care Age-Hera!d. 2-ll-tf F7Vr s\u: $7500 will buy 60 feet with good 6-room cottage. 4th ave.. b«tw««-n 23d and 24th sts. This price will hold good for a few days only. Smith & Stillman. ' 6-2K-31 For-SALE—A fine Set of drug Store tix* tures; the set we are now using. Collier Drug Co.. 2012 1st avenue.5-20-tf MON EY_ TO LEND. IKA], K ST A T K T .O A N S-Thirty! sTxty and Ninety days and Twelve * *nths. City Loan and Banking company. Bell phriile 240. 4-14-tf gONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE without aecucity; easy payment*. Union Discount CoM 613 Woodward Bldg. 10-6-tl ONE CENT A WORD kAits—One cent a word a day; uo ad. taken tor leas than ib cents for firs ins'ertion. Cash must accompany every order. , • ■ • ■WMlt LAND TITLES, TITLE INSURANCE Jeffersrn, Shelby and St. Clair County Title Bu.slr.esH Exclusively. Birmingham Title and Guarantee Company 225 Twenty-first Street. J. K. BROCKMAN. General Manager. fOrjranizect July. iSVO.1 SOUTHERN AUDIT CO Expert accounting In ail it® branches. Periodical examination* mad*. N*w ay* teme installed. 210 First National Bank. Bell phon* 630. SITUATIONS WANTED. WANTED—Position by competent lady stenographer; experienced, quick and ac curate. Address Stenography, care Age- i Herald. G 27-3t j FIRST CLASS meat cutter wants posi- j tlon In city; good references given. Ad dress Butcher, 2505 Ave. H. 6-28-21 COMPETENT lady stenographer holding responsible position desires to make change. Must have work immediately. Address Stenographer-21, care Age-Her ald. _6-29-3t WANTED—By young lady; stenographic and copying work to do. Reasonable in price, and guarantee satisfaction. Bell phone 1275. room 413 Chalifoux bldg. WANTED—Position *>y electrician thor oughly practical in erection and oper ation. Address Electric Engineer, care Age-Herald. _ A eiRST im.ass bl i< ksmlth wants steady job. Address J. YW. care Age-Herald. <5 29 2t WANTED-Work by a first class bushel man and pant maker in clothing store, where can help wait on trade; live years' experience. Will accept $12 per week to start. Address A. L. Lewis, care Age Herald. __ EX PER i EN< t:i > sal* man and manager will work for good furniture and car pet house. Box 8 it. clty 6-29 3t WANTED Position aj tenographer or hotel clerk. Address E. B. Kirkscy. Co lumbus. Miss. 6-29-2t-fri-.su \\ A NT E i» Expert* n« ed st* nograph* r de sires employment through summer. Ref erences. Address 900 E. 49th street, East Birmingham. 6-28-21 WANTED—By competent, experienced lady stenographer; a first-class perma nent position; capable of doing good work, for which she wishes to receive good pay. Address R. W., care Age Herald. ___ 6-27-31 \VA NT ED Employment by an experi enced retail lumber salesman; three years experience: best of references. Address J. F. Richardson, 109 Cotton ave.. West End. Birmingham, Ala. «-2X-2t \VA NTS!» Position as ad w i Re* Thor oughly competent. Address Al. care Age-Herald. 6-28-2t WANTED Position by young man as stenographer, assistant bookkeeper, clerk, etc.; must have work: any kind of an offer accepted; have just arrived in the city and will make good if given n chance; will accept work outside of Birmingham. Address Roy Walters, care Age-Herald. 6-28-21 FOR RENT._ FOR RENT—40 acres three miles from Irondale, just over the mountain in the Cahaba valley; new 6-room cottage, ser vant's house, barn and chicken 'houses; everything new; wire fencing, spring and line shade; 200 chickens on place; large gardens; tine for dairy and poul try farm; will lease from two to five years at $25 per month, or will furnish place on halves to good party, white nr colored Address Farm, care Age-Her jild._ _ __6-27-71 FOR RENT ... 6-room cottagt 0 Avenue E, $15.00; good 4-room cottage, 2017 Avenue I). $12.50; good 10-room house, 241.X First ave., $35.00. Smith & Stillman, 205 and 20ii Hood Bldg t’>-2K-3t BUSINESS CHANCES.^ WANTED— investors to know that they can buy through us acre property near Gadsden that will in tlie near future double and trebble in value. Write or come to see us. Lynch & Foster, Gads den. Ala._6 27-5t FOR TRADE- Nine new modern houses, one block from East Lake car line will exchange for lots or what have you to offer? East Lake Building and Realty 73rd St., and Sloss ave. G-2X-7t ROOMS FOR LENT. KOfP RENT— Furnished rooms with or w i t hunt meals. 2509 5th ave. 6-29-»t LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN. 1X4ST T) OO One white English setter with few black hairs about on body and solid black ears. Very fat. No. tag on collar, 540. Finder will return to 11. T. Gotten. 1912 2nd av$. ■ • • st i •. 111 bf.ih n -1h diamond in • •enter; suitable reward for return to 2026 3rd ave. t>-29-2t T V PEVVI UT EI i IX) ST—Fox t y pe w r i ter No. 4, 14,572, given to colored boy at depot noon, Wednesda.s Juhe 27. for de livery to Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph company's office, 1722 Second avenue, typewriter not yet received. Reward of $15 will he given for delivery of typewriter to above address. t»-29-3i STRAYED OR STOLEN One black mare nude weighing about 1250 pounds. Has white breast and nose and sore on left shoulder made by collar. Howard If re turned to WVller & Co., Morris Ave., and 25th St.6-29-tf IVlloCc.LLAiMc.UUo. WTIY^don't you got one of those $1 a month combination health and accident policies issued by the old t'nited States Health and Accident Insurance com pany of Saginaw. Mich. The best and only policy of its kind in the world. \\e have Imitators, but no equals. For further information see G. N Goodwin, Special Agent. 330 Woodward Bldg. 6-2t»-2t PATENTS procured on the cheap-*. ? and best plan; no patent, no pay; catalogue free. Address Chattanooga Patent Agen cy, Washington, 1). C.f or Enslcy, Ala. 6-23 -12! V. V. FLORENCE dentist of Fora. will occupy 427-N First National Bank build ing. Ji.lv 1. _6-16*14t A~VA BACK • ar furniture polish; spec ial piano polish. For sale b> Put ton-Pope lung Co. and llmisinan phurniacy; dem onstrated mi r quest Bell 3272. Peoples t ANY poor girt needing friendship ,neip. advice, etc., will find ready und willing assistance bv apphtng to the matron of Salvation Army Rescue lloine. 33rd st. and Ave. E. Birmingham. Ala 6-14-tf THE Wonderful Resurrection Plant The plant that never dies Spoken «»f in the Bible, opens up pretty and green when placed in water. Closes up when taken out. A great curiosity. Sells regular at 25c. but l will semi one by mail for only 1<»< ; a most beautiful evergreen house plant. A beautiful lover’s knot. Anger ring, home and hand-made, with set and heart bangle, only HH.\ Botli 20c, with song remaining 50 songs. 150 jokes and conumdrums. etc., free. The entire proceeds from these sales will lie used to defray the expenses of send- 1 iiig an invalid lady, who lias been an 1 invalid 1-’ years, to a medical institute for medical treatment, and a surgical operation. Contributions also thank fully' received. Address "Wire Artist.'* 1632 St. Luke, st., Augusta, Ga. 6-2S-6t 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. _R^AL^E|irAT&:__ 40x100. Spring street, Avondale; $850 cash; a bargain; between! 3rd and 4th aves. 133x240 F*t.—8th ave., near 9th St. Terms, 1-3 cash, balance 1 and 2 years. Lots near Powderly, $150 each. -Terms $5 cash, balance $5 per month. L. G. PETTYJOHN, Phones 465 and 1101. 1826% 3d Ave. NEW BARGAINS FOR SALE. $4200—50 feet on 4th avenue, between 15th and 16th street; 6-room house; fronts south. $16.000—Corner 3rd avenue and 23rd street; one-third cash, balance long time at 6 per cent interest; large *2-story house; worth investigating; business location. $500—100x140; one block from Rising Sta tion. $10.000—About three acres of land with 20 houses at North Birmingham, in the very center of all industries; a regular business center; rents for $135 to $160 per month; only $4000 rash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years, 6 per cent. S. E. THOMPSON, Bell phone No. 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 4 CO., 2025 Third Avenue. Both Phones 1681 FOR SALE $16,000—Store; 18th street, between 1st and 2d avenues. $1000—Residence; 50x100; 22nd street, near 5th avenue. $5000— Residence; Avenue B, near 20th street. $2500— Lot 50x190; opposite “Rhodes’ Cir cle.” $2800—Lot 73x 200; Vine, near Highland ave nue. $15,000—Brick store; pays 12 per cent net W. B. LEEDY & CO. Both Phones No. 42 112 N. 21»t St. FOR RENT. 2000 6th ave.; 10 rooms. 1211 12th ave., north, furnished. 411 N. 23rd street, furnished. 1217 X. 13th street: 7 rooms 1526 11th ave., south, furnished. 12th avenue, south. 11th street. 8 rooms. 1806-7 Ave. I; 7 rooms each. Two nice furnished houses. East Lake; convenient to cars and churches. STORES. 2012-14 Avenue A. 4o<»-2 South 20th street. UNDERWRITERS REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL CO. A. D. SMITH, President. Both phones 613. 210 N. 21st street. MONEYTO LOAN Liberal Loan Company We will loan you money on liberal terms. When you get In trouble, call on us, and we will help you out. Anything of value we will take as collateral. Call and see us, 2220 2d ave., and we will treat you right and make you feel satisfied. Phone, No. 279 Peoples. M. MALONEY, Manager. FOR RENT. 8-room house; all conveniences; close to center; nice for two small families. Cottage, 1510 14th avenue, south; partly furnished; modern 'house; good location. Cottage with bath; 4 rooms and hall; North Highlands. Cottage at Rising station, South Ensley car. All classes of property for rent. GEORGE BILBE. Bell phone 24. 223 21st street. FOR BALE. $3150—Choice lot eor. J & 16th St. $4250—70x 240. K bet. 12 & 13 sts. $4o Pr Ft.—Lovely cor, opp. Glen Iris. $1100—Wheel ess St. lot, Richmond Place. $6250—Handsome S. 13 St., home. $2750— Large lot Vfe blk. S. 30 St. $5o Pr. Ft.—Belt Line near 24 St. $5000— Ave. B near 18 St., rents $560. $10,000—4 ave. 22 & 23 Sts., improved. $6000— Nice place 7 ave., 17 & 18 Sts. $10.04)0—Handsome 7 ave., home. $6600—50 ft. eor. 4 ave.. 15 st.. Improved. $5000—60 feet, 6 ave., 21 & 22 sts. $4600—Neat home 26 st.. 12 & 13 aves. $2100—-Pretty Norwood lot, east fron . $11.000-Lot 1 ave . bet. 22 & 23 sts. $5500— Ensley brick store; pays 12 per cent M'CONN ELL <L ANGLIN, Both phonos 1523. 2018 Third Ava. FOR SALE —FARM Eighty acres, 2 miles from Gate City, on TrussvMe road, good, rich land; all In cultivation; 3-room cottage, also ser vant t's house, barns, cow house, good fences, plenty water. Price reasonable,, (We will take you out lo see the place Friday or Saturday.) $7000—7-room, modern house. North High lands. 3 lots 5oxl60; 1 block car line; all modern improvements; easy terms. $1000—$100 (*ash. $15 per month. 6-room cottage; Fountain Heights; 1 block car line; lot 50x150; this Is a great bargain. CHAS. SUMNER 226 N. 22d St. DR. Y. E. HOLLOWAY SPECIALIST PRIVtTc DISEASES, I gruar^ptoe you a p^jiT\a uent cure v/ private troubles and that you may know my guarantee Is re liable 1 refer you with per mission, to the First National bank, Alabauia National batSt, Steiner Broth ers bankers. JefTerson CoUTl ty Savings bank and the People's Savings Bank anil Trust com pany, as to my honesty for my contracts Fully three-fourths 01 my patients have been treated by some one else before call ing on me to he cured. Why not come as •oon as afflicted? You will save money, distressing pain and valuable time; be ■idee, there is satisfaction in knowing that the very best treatment is being given you by an honest, competent phy sician. 1 have treated private troubles as a specialty In the city of Birmingham, ▲la., since August 3. 1887. 1 cure all man ner of private diseases. I cure many pa tients by mall treatment. Write for price* and terms. 1 do not use large advertisements and false statements to attract patients which merit has failed to secure. If you fall to be curtd by such methods, give me a call and get well. My offices are the most private and quiet In the city, tenth story of the new First National bank building, corner of Second: avenue and Twentieth street Rooms 1006 and 1007. Take one of the flaa blevators to tenth ,floor. Office hours: 1:10 a. m. fg Ml % A |Af( II a .m. to 11 v < I --- I American Cigar Co.’s “Triangle A” I INSURES HONEST CIGAR VALUES I . K NEWS OF WARRIOR. Masons and Odd Fellows Hold Joint Picnic and Installation. "Warrior, June 8.—(Special.)—The Masons and Odd Fellows had a joint picnic in Warrior Wednesday, at which time the following officers were duly installed in the Masonic lodge by J. A. Downey of Birmingham: Dr. E. A. Hawkins, W. M.; Dr. R. L. Mitchell, S. W.; Dr. W. E. S. (’ox. J. W.; James Rees, treasurer; W. J. Carllle, secretary; the Rev. F. A. Hewett, chaplain; James Miller. S. D.; W. H. Bradford, tyler. W. E. Urquhart of Bir mingham delivered t'he address for both orders. He made a fine speech, which was highly appreciated. J. B. Allbrittain also made a good speech. There was a large crowd present, and the dinner was abun dant. The best of order prevailed, and the occasion was a great success. Mrs. E. M. Cranford of Jasper is vis iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Brown are visiting relatives at Sulligent. Mrs. Talutha Collins of Birmingham is tlie guest of her daughter, Mrs. B. S. Sloan, in Warrior. Mrs. S. A. West is visiting relatives in Talladega. Mr. R. F. Lewis and Miss Minnie Ken nedy came to Warrior last Sunday and or ganized the Sunday schools of the beat Into an association in connection with the state organization of Sunday school work. They made excellent addresses, and their work was highly appreciated. J. W. Key was made president of the association. Attractive ads. are illustrated. Let the Gawk make your illustrations. Age-Herald Building. James L. Sandefur, D. D. S. W. Archie McDaniel, D. D. S. Drs. Sandeful & McDaniel DENTISTS Set Teeth _ Gold Crowns, $5.00. $5.00. Fillings, Bridgework. 50c up. $5 per tooth. Teeth Extracted Without Pain. Both Phones 44. Open Sundays. Work Guaranteed. NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS Corner 2d. Avenue and 19th Street, Over Adams’ Drug Store. n I n ITP- ,he cola-cure that dees the I 11\ | K=l I * work 111 8 hours, amt will ^*via 11 not make youetok. Try iu LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA THE SEABOARD AIR LINERY. The Seaboard Air Lide Railway an nounces the following low round trti rates from Birmingham: Week End. Season Ohalc.hie. Ala.$1.71 $ 2.9C Borden Wheeler Springs.$2.75 $ 4.60 Piedmont Springs.$2.48 $ 4.15 Harris Lithia Spgs. S. C.. $15.95 Wrightsville, N. C. $25.30 Moorehead City, N. C... $30.35 Ocean View, Va.) Old Point, Va.) $33.40 Virginia Beach, Va.) Portsmouth, Va. $33.40 Baltimore, Md. $36.60 Atlantic City, N. J. $46.80 Asbury Park. N. J. $47.80 Saratoga Springs, N. Y.. $44.00 New York City. $45.60 Double daily trains, making quick time to all poinls East, Cafe Diners, Meals a la Carte. Pullman reserva tions made on application. Our Interchangeable Milage Books are a great purchase, also good on 24 different rail and steamer lines Next (hii g to a pass. pv-r further Information a Hross JACK W. JOHNSON, Dist. Pass. Agt. Bell Phone 2382. LEGAL NOTICES._ Dividend Notice. Semi-annual dividend of 2% per cent on the common stock and 3 per cent on the preferred stock of the Birmingham Railway, Light and Power company will be paid June 30. 1906, to stockholders of record June 25. 1906. The transfer books of the company will be closed from 3 p. m.» June 24, 1906, till 10 a. m., July 1, 1906. By order of the executive committee of the board of directors. 6-14-17t J. P. ROSS Secretary, Legal Notice. To the Honorable Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Birmingham. Alabama. Your petitioner, the Birmingham Belt Railroad company, respectfully states and shows unto your honorable body that in order to reach a warehouse located on the northeast corner of block No. 595. in Birmingham, Ala., and at the intersec tion of Twenty-fourth street and Tenth avenue, north, it is necessary to build a spur track from the present track of petitioner dong Tenth avenue, north, and in building the proposed spur track, it is proposed to start the same from a point on the present track of your peti tioner at or near the Intersection of Tenth avenue with Twenty-fifth street. The location of proposed spur track is shown by blue print hereto attached. Your petitioner therefore prays that your honorable body will grant unto your petitioner the tight and franchise to con struct said spur track upon such terms as are proper. BIRMINGHAM BELT RAILROAD CO. By A. 1). lilGHTNER, General Manager. t*.-2i*-2t-man-fri. Mortgage Sale. I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, on Saturday, July 28. 190*5. in front of the court house door of Jefferson county, Ala., the following described real estate, to-wit.: The X. E. U of the X. E. % of section 35. tract 17 S. at range 2 \V.. sit uated about 2Vi miles southwest of Iron dale. Jefferson county. Ala., to satisfy a certain mortgage executed by Jackson Me A dory and wife. Dolly McAdory, (col.), and duly recorded in volume 3So, page 59. on the 22d day of April. 1905. A. R. VANDERGR1 FT & SON, Per G. W. TOMLIN. Agent. 6-29-3t-fri MR. DALZELL WANTS TO HORRY MATTERS ASKS FOR SPECIAL RULE TO PER MIT IMMEDIATE PASSAGE OF THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON THE RATE BILL. — Washington, June 28.—Objection having been made in the House to tlie immediate consideration of the conference report on the railroad rate bill, the speaker immedi ately called the committee on rules togeth er, and as a result Mr. Dalzell reported a rulesuspending the second section)of rule 2J that conference reports must be printed and lie over one day before being acted upon. In explanation, Mr. Dalzell said that as the House was within six days of adjourning, tlie rule was absolutely necessary In order that business might be transacted promptly. Mr. Williams insisted that this was another usurpation of power on the part of the majority. I’nder the rule, he said, the railway rate conference would be rail roaded through without a dozen men knowing what the merits of the items on the conference report were. He said it was his understanding that the report made pipe lines common carriers, which was no change from the last conference, and that the anti-pass amendment was the same amendment on that subject with some modification. He read tlie anti-pass amendment as agreed upon, and aske 1 who could tell what Its meaning was-il was faulty in that It did not prohibit the persons affected by the amendment asking passes for other people, and this Mr. Williams thought was a vital de fect. Mr. Dc Armond of Missouri called at tention to the fact In the last statement of the House conferees on the rate bill the phrase "phraseological change” had been repeatedly used. He was struck with the pecularity of the word, and thought It barbarous. He intimated that the haste was meant to cover up some thing which the House would understand if the report was printed. Mr. Cooper of Wisconsin characterized the rule ns an effort to throttle the House and an effort, to “distinctly and deliberately violate the rule.” He said he had a right to know what was in con ference reports. The suggestion of unfairness brought Mr. Dalzell to his feet. Looking squarely at Mr. Cooper, he said: “The Intimation that there Is a deliberate attempt to vio late a. standing rule of the House by this special rule is untrue. If T thought as meanly about my colleagues as the gen tleman from Wisconsin intimates he does, I would retire from the House.” The rule was adopted 163 to 88. IN THE BIRMINGHAM REAL ESTATE MARKET The continued activity, high prices and brisk demand for property were the gen eral characteristics of the local real es tate market yesterday. Local agents re port the outlook to t>e as bright as ever, and expect an unusually active summer. Papers for the following transactions in local real estate were filed in the probate clerk's office yesterday: Birmingham Realty company to R. K. Collins and Frank S. White, the east half of lot 3 in block 695, Birmingham, fronting 60 feet on the south side of Tenth avenue, north, near Twenty-fourth street, and extending back 240 feet to an alley In the rear, the consideration for which was $3000. Pratt Land and Improvement company to Jake Giamaloa and wife, lot 1 In block 4 according to the survey of the Pratt I JUKI and Improvement company, the said lot being in East Thomas, the considera tion involved in the transaction being $1106. A. W. Gray and wife to Bradley J. Saunders, lots 17 to 23. inclusive. In block 12 "D,” East Isike, according to the East I .a ko I xvtui company's survey, the consid eration for the said lots being $1050. Woodlawn Realty company to S. O. Cox, lot 4 In block 16 ol' the Woodlawn Realty company's third addition to Woodlawn, ■the consideration for which was $2400. Lewis S. Schuessler and wife to the Alabama Western Railroad company, lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, in block 262, Birmingham, fronting together 160 feet on the south side of Fifth avenue, north, and extend ing lawk In a southerly direction along the west side of Twelfth street 140 feet to an alley In the rear, the consideration involved in the transaction being $14"0. John R. Copeland and wife to Frank S. White, an undivided one-fourth Interest in lot 4 and the west half of lot 3 in 595. Birmingham, the sakl property fronting 150 feet on the south side of Tenth avenue, north, and extending back in a southerly direction along the east side of Twenty fourth street 240 feet to an alley In the rear, the consideration for which was $2500. Xorah L. S. Lunsford and W. G. Luns ford to George F. Lindsey and George A. Williams, lots 1 to 8, inclusive, lot 11 and lots 1 to 4 and 10 to 15. both Inclusive, in block 3; also lots 9 and 10 In the South park sub-division, the consideration for ■which was $12,000. Rebecca. L. Marks and John S. Marks to Edna K. Smith, lot fronting 30 feet on tlie north side of Fourteenth avenue and extending back 140 feet between Eighteen tit and Nineteenth streets to a ten-foot alley In the rear, being a part of lot 5 in block 13 of Phelan's addition to Birmingham, the consideration involved in the transaction being $1200. S. Scott Joy and wife to James Hollo Thompson, part of lots 1 and 2 In block 042, Birmingham, fronting Oil feet on the west side of Tlifrty-flrst street, between Eleventh and Twelfth avenues and ex tending back 190 feet to an alley, the consideration for which was $05on. Bradley J. Saunders and wife to the Rugby 1-and and Improvement company, lots 17 to 23. inclusive, in block 12 "D," Bust lMike, according to the survey of the East Lake Land company, the con sideration for which was *1050. YV. (’. Shackelford and wife to S. M. Bradley, lots 2 to 5, Inclusive, lot !) and lot 23 to 27. Inclusive; also the south halves of lots 10 to 14. Inclusive, all In block 20 of Coleman's addition to Green Springs, the consideration involved In the transaction lielng $looo. VV. R. IJsenba and wife to Smile Hen derson and Sallle Henderson, lot 0 in bio, k 11 of the Woodlawn Realty company's first addition to Woodlawn, the consid eration for which was $2000. Alice M. Stafford to George T. Stafford, lot on Eleventh avenue, between Four teenth and Fifteenth streets, south, front ing 50 feel on the north side of the ave nue and extending back 291 feet to a twenty-foot alley in the rear, the consid eration involved in the transaction being slated In the deed as $1. Papers were filed in the probate clerk's Mineral Water other mineral water is so r refreshing and healthful or has ^ such a delicious flavor. Try it on the table. For sale everywhere DOSTER'NORTHINGTON DRUG CO. North Birmingham THIS AD WILL NOT APPEAR AGAIN IN THIS PAPER Our Greatest “Ad” is the People who Have Bought $4000—6-room house, barns, two-room ser- i vant 'house, fine spring of freestone wa ter. with 16 full-size lots, forming one solid block. The land is worth the price. ! The improvements cost $3000; are in good j condition; splendid neighborhood; has a fine elevation; situated in the western! portion of North Birmingham. Such an opportunity as tills will not remain open very long. $400—We have only four more left of those beautiful lots that front south. Street ! improvements on avenue 200 feet wide; i alley 50 feet; lot 50x150; on payments $100 rash, balance It 2 and 3 years at 0 per cent. At $20 per front foot, the most beautiful residence lots that will ever be for sale here, known as Park Place; all improve ments. including cement sidewalks, curbing, grading and macadamizing; sit uated just north and west of the park. Many of the lots front right on the park. On terms that will suit you. See with your own eyes. $2750—0 rooms and bath, city water and electric lights; servant’s house; cor ner lot; on car line; 75x150; the most beautiful home place offered; can give some terms. •*. $260—A few more of those lots 50x140; In a good residence section; on terms of $50 cash. It would pay you to buy a dozen just to hold. $1750—A new 5-room cottage close in. would make you a nice home; most all cash. $1600—5 rooms and hall; fronts south on 5th avenue; house in good location; terms, $S00 cash, balance as long as you want It. $3500—Nice new home on car line that is modern In every respect. Terms, half cash, balance in 6 years. $4600—Modern, 9-room. 2-story residence; fronts east; near park; has all street Improvements; $250 worth cabinet man tles; hot and cold water connections; enameled sink; lavatories, bath. If you want a modern homo look at this. Terms, $2100 cash, balance in 5 years at. 7 per cent. $2500—A one-story brick business property centrally located; would be a good stand to open business in. $1250—A good business lot in the best block; on terms. $250—Bach for lots on top of Sand Moun tain; size 100x250. You can see the piiru Cipal business houses of Birmingham, Including the 16-story skyscraper, court house; lias a hdrd's-eye view of the en tire valley, including Birmingham and many of the suburbs. 20 acres at Green Springs. 10 acres near American Cast Iron Pipe Co. and the railroad yards of the Southern, Illnols Central and the Frisco system. 5 acres that would be a good investment or could sell off in lots. Price $3500. $1000—A new 6-room house on 6th ave.; has plenty of shade. A block of 20 lots, fronts 400 feet on Belt railroad; on terms of one-fifth cash, bal ance I years at 6 per cent. Price $5000. One-half block of 10 lots 23d ave. and car line; price $2500; $500 cash, balance on terms at 6 per cent. This is fine. The best tenant property in North BJr mi ngham. Four lots on 23d ave., near car line; fronts 200 feet on Belt; can be had for $6 front foot. $1200—Half cash; 7-room house on 23d ave.; rents for $12.50. $4000—Pour houses and one acre of land; would rent for $45; good location; half cash; room to build three more houses. Best bargain offered. $1500—Cash; two 4-room houses, close in; rents for $17 per month. A good invest ment. $1500—A new 4-room house on 5th ave., close In; cash price. One brick store at $20. One store and two living rooms for $12.50. Call on • C. M. GREEN G GO. C. M. Green Both Phones 7 W. G. Tyler 7th AVENUE NORTH BIRfllNGHAM -We Always Have the Choicest Properly for Sale. Our thorough knowledge of the Real Estate field keeps us inti mately in touch with property owners of the most desirable Real Estate in both business and residence. We always have something unusual to offer the home-owner and those seeking investment op opportunlties. Southwest corner of 13th ave. and 21st st., 9.; 8-room house, $10,500; ideal location. 2«i20 Ave. G, $10,000; nets 12 per cent. Ave. H, between loth and 10th sts., $10,000; easy terms. -W. N. MALONE & CO. Real Estate Loans, Rentals and Insurance. 211 N. 21st St., In Colonial Hotel Bldg. Phones 1239. Southern Railway FOR Atlanta, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Other Eastern Cities 4 Trains Daily Birmingham to Atlanta. Leave 6:40 a. m„ 4:05 p. m., 6:50 p. m., 11:30 p. m. 2 Trains Daily Birmingham to Washing ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York. Leave 6:40 a. m. and 6:50 p. m. ELEGANT PU L LIV AN SLEEPING CABS Modern Pining Cars.—Service Unexcelled W. H. TAYLOE, G. P. A. C. A. BENSCOTER, A. G. p. A., Washington, D. C. Chattanooga, Tenn, J. N. HARRISON, D. P. A., Birmingham, Ala, office yesterday recording the lease of cer tain property on Twenty-sixth street by M> B. Jordan to Wilson R. Brown and Henry B. Gray. The property involved is the east half of lot 1 and all of lot 2 in block 79. fronting 50 feet on the south side of Fourth avenue and extending back 140 feet along the west side of Twenty sixth street to an alley in the rear. The property is leased for tan years at $100 per month. Another Burglary Recorded. Athens. June 2S.—(Special).—Another burglary has been added to the many that have taken place here recently, the last one being last night, when the gro cery store of I). O. Looney was entered by the burglar breaking out a show win dow. The cash drawer was rifled of some small Chao™, and other goods taken. No clew 1