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Tode^y We Will Close at Noon 1 to permit our one hundred employes to celebrate and enjoy the Nation’s Holiday. •/ Roberts ®. Son. R. W. Ewing, Mrg. and Treas. 1 Printers, Binders, Lithographers, Stationers. s'r?a»Td 1812 3d Ave. NPh<228 g HOTELS AND SUMMER RESORTS. ■ ■ 1,1.3 n.i„i Is now open for guests. Locution high and heau Ingram Llinia MOicI ftli. Electric lights, Hot and Cold baths, Boat ing, Bathing and Fishing fine. All amusements usually found at watering places. Applylto INGRAM LITHIA WATER CO., No. 201S Third avenue. Birmingham. Both Phones No. 103. — i II III llillMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIHIil'IIIWIIHil I I/^The BEAUTIFUL SAPPHIRE COUNTRY^ I The Lake Region of the South. ELEVATION FROM 2250 TO 5000 FEET. Gorgeous Mountain Scenery, three magnificent lakes, countless beautl- if ful waterfalls, pure and bracing air. Trout fishing In streams and lake, ■ boating, bathing, horseback riding, driving, mountain climbing and all In- 9 door amusements. FIVE CHARMING HOTELS. ITOXAWAY INN, Lake Toxaway. I. H. AIKEN, Manager. THE FRANKLIN, Brevard. A. LAM BORN, Manager. FAIRFIELD INN, Lake Fairfield. ■ W. H. & C. A. MARTIN, Man- ■ agers. SAPPHIRE INN, Lake Sapphire. ■ HUviH WILLIAMS, Manager. m THE LODGE, Summit of Mt. Toxaway. MRS. PATTON CRISP, Manager. ■ The hotels are modern, and are noted for perfect service. Address either ■ hotel for rates. For descriptive booklet and general Information address JOHN C. BURROWES, President. The Toxaway Hotel Company, Lake Toxaway, N. C. I 6- 3-26t-eu-wed J ..— i mi—II mi ...Mill.. LOOKOUT ININ I LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENN, Coolest, Most Accessible Resort in the South— 1 Bowling, Tennis, Mountain Climbing, Riding and Driving. 15th Session. AIBERT J. ARROLE. Mgr. I 7- l-4t-sn-wod % Absolutely Fireproof. Park Ave. Hotel Park Ave. (4th Ave.) 32d to 33d St. New York. One of the coo lent hot < In in Now York City. Recently refurnished throughout. Location central, convenient to all places of amusement and lines of travel. The open-air COURT GARDEN I &-T, with its palms, fount'i'cs, growing plants,and music, is a unique fr Pure of the hotel. EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY. RATES MODERATE. Dining-room, restaurant and cafe. Meals a la carte. Illustrated booklet. Subway Station and Electric Cara at the Hotel door. I REED & BARNETT, Proprietors t G-19-2m-we-fr-su Stafford Springs. The hotel at this famous spring Is open for the season. For full particulars, rates and pamphlets, address COI.BURN-MORC.AN & CO., Vossburg, Miss. LORING SPRINGS, ME?,TrK Lookout Mountain. 2500 feet altitude. Chalybeate and freestone water; fishing, hunting, bathing, boating, driving, ten pins, croquet and other amusements. CTCAS. A. 1.0RING. Drop. Pine Beach Hotel. Pine Beach, Virginia. Twenty minutes by trolley from Norfolk, Va. Resort finest, coolest, healthiest re sort on coast, combining every modern comfort and convenience. Bathing, boat ing, fishing; 2500 feet board walk ulong shore. Write for booklet. WM. C. ROYER. Manager. Haywood While Sulphur Springs WAYNESVILLE, N. C. Elevation 280 feet. 20 acres of bean ti.ul shaded lawn. Delightful scenery. Dry and cool climate. Rates moderate. BLOUNT SPRINGS This famous summer resort is open for the season. Hotel under new management. For full particulars, rates and descriptive phamplets ad dress MABSON & WEST, Blount Springs. Ala. THE BON AIR INN Waynesvllle, N. C. High class transient and family resort. Opens May 28th. Centrally located. Beautiful grounds. Special attention given to cuisine. MRS. E. JAY RING, Manager. Formerly of Haywood White Sulphur Springs. G-29-fri-sti-wed-lmc In the Heart of I the Shopping and Theatre Districts Gilsey House 29th SI. & Broad. way, IV. Y. City. Ten Minutes From All Depots ROOMS European Plan $1 per day and np American Plan $2.50 to $3.50 PER DAY, ACCORDING TO LOCA TION. 75 Suites, Parlor, Bodroom and Bath. Special rates to families. American and European plans. COMBINATION BREAKFAST. 60c. LUNCHEON, 40c. DINNER. 6 to 8:30, 75c. H. 8. DUNCAN. Prop. COOK’S SPRINGS Hotel now open for the reception ol guests. Kates reduced from last year. Many Improvements. Unexcelled fot pleasure and health. Write for rates and booklets. Special rates (o families. LOUIE REESE. Proprietor. THE CURL HOTEL York, Ala. A. A. CURL, Proprietor Rates: $2.00 Per Day ALEXANDER BROS. S pecial Attention to Commercial Men. SOCIETY. The marriage of Miss Mary Comer, niece of Mr. B. B. Comer, and Mr. Mills Bee I>ane will take place Wednesday evening, July 11, at Savannah, Oa. Miss Comer Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moss Comer of Georgia, but Is well known In this city where she has, frequently visited us the guest of her j uncle and her cousins. The invitations were issued yesterday. The approaching marriage of Miss Ma l>el Clare Randall to Mr. James Manning : is announced by Mrs. Clara Ruby Ran-; dall, Miss Randall's mother. The wedding will take place on Tuesday evening, July 31 at the Presbyterian church at Suin tervlllo, Ala. No Invitations have been Issued. Mrs. John Sibley has returned from a visit to IAthla Springs and the Dramatic club was entertained at her home last evening. Col. and Mrs. L. W. Johns left the city Monday for New York and they will sail for Europe shortly to be gone until October. Miss Martha and Miss Bertha Ger trude Hill are entertaining their cousin Miss Winona Hill of Tuskegee at their home in Nashville. Mr. Arthur R. Moody lias as his guests during this week Mr. and Mrs. Martin T. Moody whose marriage occurred last week at Piedmont. Mr. and Mrs. John Hornaday are en tertaining Mrs. Howard of Atlanta. Their | little daughter who has been seriously ill with typhoid fever Is now convales cent. Mr. und Mrs. John Snow Jemison have leased the Sydenham Moore residence on South Twentieth street for the sum mer. Mr. and Mrs. Moore ure In North Carolina and will remain there until the fall. Miss Nannie Hamilton is vllstlng her sister, Mrs. Hugh Lokey In Atlanta. Miss Alice Moore is the guest of her sister. Mrs. W. P. G. Harding, at "Ava lon" in Glen Iris, and in two weeks will leave for North Carolina. Mrs. B. F. Tyler who has been critically ill at the Davis infirmary, has now re turned to her home in Glen Iris and Is much improved. Miss Lucille Douglas Is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Harwell at Glen Iris for the summer. Miss Bessie Du vis of Athens is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Perkins Bondurant at the Colonial apartments on South Tenth avenue. Miss Davis is well known In Birmingham, she having been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thach a number of times. Miss Emma Ewing is visiting friends in Atlanta. Miss Bessie Irvine, who spent the past winter with her cousin, Mrs. D. M. Dren nen. has returned to her home In At lanta. Miss Ella Sayre, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Syd Smith has returned to her home In Montgomery. Gen. Louis V. Clark, Miss Augusta C. Clark. Mr. Francis B. Clark. Jr., and Mr. Russell S. Brooks, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Banks and Miss May Banks of Montgomery, are at Persldo Bay for sev eral weeks. Mrs. J. G. Whitfield and her cousin, Mrs. A. C. Miller of Dadevllle, will accompany the Alexander-Due party which will leave the city this coming Saturday for a trip through the west. Mrs. W. E. Led yard of Montgomery is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. C. J. Smith. Mrs. D. J. Lyle gave a moonlight picnic Monday evening July 2, complimentary to the friends of her son, Roy Summers, on his twenty-first birthday. Mr. Summers welcomed the guests of the festive board, J. A. Montgomery responded In behalf of the guests In a graceful way, wishing Mr. Summers many happy returns of the delightful occasion. Miss Elizabeth Brail field of Tuscaloosa Is visiting Miss Leila Eborn, 720 South Twenty-ninth street. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Johnson will leave tomorrow for Ohio and from there will go to Chautauqua. They will be ubscnt from the city for several weeks. Miss Minnie Harris and Miss Myrtle Harris are spending the summer with their sister, Mrs. H. F. Wilson, 1009 South Thirteenth street. The members of the Sunshine society were entertained yesterday by Miss Fields at her home in Woodlawn. This little club was organized In this city about three months ago by Mrs. W. H. Lindsay, and at the time of its Inauguration had only ten members. The membership list now includes seventy-five active members. The object of the society is to perform kind and helpful deeds. Its active mem bership consists of those who are desir ous of brightening life by some thought, word or deed. The International Sun shine society In New York, of which Mrs. Cyntha Westover Alden Is president-gen eral, extends all over the world. At the convention recently closed in Brooklyn delegates were present from nearly every part of the globe. The local work of each society comes first, then work out side the city or state follows. ; The dues are a kind act or a sugges tion that will bring happiness to some member of the society; exchange of books, magazines, visiting the sick, sending pic ' tures, flowers or fancy work to shut-ins or children. I he society in Birmingham has need | of all books and magazines alter they j have been read. If sent to 1611 Twelfth I avenue, south, receipt will be acknowl edged. and they will be distributed where they will be appreciated. They have on their mailing list of “Where to Semi Good Cheer” the addresses of 100 homes in the lonely parts of the world, where an old magazine brought to the door by mail is a treat for the whole family. The emergency fund furnishes stamps for mailing purposes. Sixty-three visits have been made to the sick, when flowers and dainties to eat were taken, with a kind word. When flower gardens are too full it is asked that the bouquets be passed on to some Sunshine member who knows of the lonely. The Sunshine society is not a charity, but an interchange of kindly greetings and the passing on of good cheer. The social evenings each week are a feature of the local Sunshine society. Dr. and Mrs. M. H. Collins and Mias Pearl Gore are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bright in Cullman. Mrs. James M. Jones is the guest of relatives in Greensboro. | Mrs. K. R. Lewis is the guest of her ; daughter, Mrs. Allan C. Jones, In Greens i boro. Mrs. Robert Kennedy has returned from Montgomery, where she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Kennedy. Mrs. D. Binwwanger of Baltimore, Md„ Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. 8. Lov enthal, 1620 ighth avenue. Mrs. W. D. Colby and Mies Ethlyn Col by have gone to New York via Charles ton and the Clyde Line. They will spend IN OUR NLW STORE 1 You’ll find us now and ready to serve you promptly with the best and purest drugs and all drug store sundries at our same Cut Rates. If you are interested in a saving proposition drop in and see us. You’ll find it to your interest to call again. FILLING PRESCRIPTIONS find they cost you quite a little less here. and filling them right Is a specialty of this I house. Bring your next one to us and you’ll I Laxative Bromo Quinine.15c Pratt’s Chlorides.42c Syrup of Figs.42c * Fletcher’s Castoria.28c I Hall’s Catarrah Cure.63c Wampole’s Cod Liver Oil .83c Thedford’s Black Draught.21c Wine of Cardui.83c Peruna1.83 C Mother’s Friend..83c S. S. S.83c and 1.40 IB. B. B.83C Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.42c Fine Liquors Old Oscar Pepper, worth 1.50, Collier’s for.1,00 Paul Jones’ Four Star, worth 1.25, Collier’s for.84C Murray Hill Club, worth 1.50, Collier’s for.1,00 J. M. Atherton Whiskey, worth 1.50, full quart for. |,QQ I. W. Harper, worth 1.50, Collier’s for.♦.1,00 Duffy’s Pure Malt Whiskey, worth 1.00, Collier’s for. .75c Hunter Baltimore Rye, worth 1.50, Col lier’s for.|,00 Orange Brandy, full quart for.75c I We Are Agents forHuyler’s Candies Always Fresh COLLIER DRUG CO. 1091II N. 20th St. Next to Brown-Marx Bldg. two months In New York, and will also visit Boston before returning home. Mrs. R. A. Hernjich left Saturday for a two weeks' t^T> to 'Chicago and St. Louis. Mrs. T. B. Lee of Charlotte. N. C., who has recently spent several weeks with relatives at East I<ake, has gone to WTightsville Beach. Miss Eunice Madison of Talladega, who Is attending the Jefferson county sum mer school, will leave this week for her home. Mrs. William Jackson and little daugh ter of Memphis will arrive this week to be the guests of Mrs. Rebecca Anderson on Highland avenue. Miss Susie and Miss Selina Perry, the little daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Perry, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joel Mr Lomore, at their country place, “Eliza beth," near Eutaw. Mrs. Edwin Llghtfoot of Eutaw will arrive soon to be the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Rebecca Anderson, Highland ave nue. Miss Louise Pickens has returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Tut wller In Walker county. Miss Kathleen Nixon will leave to night with Mr. and Mrs. Sydepham Moore for Waynesvllle. N. C., where she will he the guest of Miss Estelle Nabb for several weeks. Mrs. D. E. McDonough returned Sunday from Waynesvllle. N. C. Mr. McDonough has been removed to the Morris Infirmary, where he Is suffering from typhoid fever. Mrs. M. V Hartwell and Miss Willie Hartwell have returned from a month's visit to South Alabama. Count Boni Is Turned Down. Paris. July 3.—By a vote of 253 to 221. the Chamber of Deputies today annuled the election of Count Boni de Castel lane to the Chamber, on the grounds of corruption and bribery. Count Boni. who vigorously denied the accusations, made a counter charge of similar character against his opponent, and stated that a press campaign had been started against him during his "painful family difficul ties," adding that he would have taken other means of replying to those attacks, but did not wish to bring himself into prominence at that time. Diamond Brooches Our stock of Diamonds in cludes the newest and best ideas I for the approaching weddings. We are aiso splendidly equip ped to furnish speciul designs. Why not set your diamonds in the mountings that display them best? > I F.W. Bromberg Jeweler and Optician, 216 N. 20th St. ^ .- ^ Buy a Diamond or Watch of us and try our easy-pay system—a little cash down and balance a little each week or month. . I J. Lowinsohn, j 1921 Second Avenue. I CROP ESTIMATE IS PLACED AT 83.3 TEN-YEAR AVERAGE IS SHOWN TO BE 81.1—ALABAMA’S CROP CONDITION IS 84 PER CENT. I TEN-YEAR AVERAGE, 84. Washington. July 3.—The crop reporting board of the bureau of statistics, depart ment of agriculture, finds the reports of the crops and agents of the bureau that the average condition on June 25, was 83.3 as compared with 84.6 on May 25, 1906, 77.0 on June 25. 1905. 88.0 at the corresponding date in 1904, and a ten-year average of 84.1. The following table shows the condi tion of June 25 of this year, with the re spective ten-year averages: June 25, Ten years States— 1906. average. Virginia . 88 86 North Carolina ........ 80 87 South Carolina. 77 85 Georgia. 82 83 Florida . 77 87 Alabama. 84 84 l Mississippi. 88 84 Louisiana . 87 86 Texas . 82 83 Arkansas. 86 86 Tennessee . 84 88 Missouri. 91 71 Oklahoma. 90 85 Indian Territory . 84 87 United States. 83.3 84.1 PLAN FOR EXPOSITION. Replica of Washington Monument to Be Built at Jamestown. Washington, July 3.—A meeting of the government commission of the Jamestown ex-position was held today in the office j of Secretary Shaw- to initiate plans for the government participation in the ex position. The commission consists of Secretary Shaw, chairman; Secretary Taft and General Bonaparte, with Assist ant Secretary of the Treasury Edwards as secretary. Secretary Taft is out of the 1 city, but the other members of the com- j mission were present. William M. Geddls. who had charge of 1 the government exhibits at the exposi- j tions at Buffalo. St. Louis and Portland. | Ore., was appointed assistant secretary of ; the commission. He and Mr. Edwards I will have charge of the government ar- j rnngements at the Jamestown exposition. The plans for the replica of the Wash- j ington monument to be erected on James- ! town Island were approved by the com- ; mission. The monument will be con structed of granite, will be 100 feet high. | and will have a base of thirty feet square. No Formal Celebration in Gadsden. Gadsden, July 3.—(Special.)—There will j be no formal celebration of the Fourth j of July in Gadsden, but most of the fac- I tories and all of the stores will colse m -I honor of the day. A double-header ball j game will be played with the Anniston I team, the first at 9:30 in the morning and ! at 4 in the evening. Both teams are in I good form and some fine sport is expect- ! ed. In the morning Jordan and Paul i Stevenson will do the work for Gadsden I and Rivers and McKee for Anniston. In | the evening game Clyde and Paul Steven- I son will oppose Reynolds and McKee. THROUGH CARS TO EAST LAKE CASINO Leave corner 2d Avenue and 18th Street every evening at 8:00, 8.12, 8:24 and go threugh without step. There in time for the show—Quick traveling, this. OU COULD NOT I make a better investment than to enroll your son or daughter for my special summer session. There are several excellent rea sons: In the first place I am offering greatly reduced rates to pupils who regis ter now. Therefore you could save from $9.00 to $20.00 on the tuition charges. Furthermore, pu pils entering now will be enabled to finish the course by fall, when many busi ness changes are made in the commercial world. The building which I erected especially for my college is one of the best lighted and ventilated in the city. Large halls with electric fans, and all modern con veniencies. New classes will be organized in all depart ments, I receive from business men, right here in Bir mingham, more applications for my graduates than I can supply. i RICHARD W. MASSEY, Pres. MASSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE, BIRMINGHAM. ALA. Massey Building, 2024-2026 Third Avenue. PfcNNER SETS AT BARGAIN PRICES j We haven’t talked Dinner Sets to you in some time, and we'd Just like to call your attention to some special sets at special prices now.. We’ve a big stock of open stock dinner ware, too, If you’d like to select your own assortment. $7.50 Cottage Dinner Set. pretty decorations, i at./i.WD $15.00—100-piece Decorated Dinner Set jq $30.00—100-piece French China Set, rich decorations, pretty f Q QK $35.00 Haviland. China Set, 103 pieces, beautifully decorated, 2020 Second Ave. 2021-3 Third Avenne. TIE FAIR Phone 83 I --■—-—-I BIRMINGHAM BOILER WORKS Manufacturers and Builders complete •LAST FURNACE8, STAND PIPES, 8TEEL CHIMNEYS, TANKS, STEEL CONSTRUCTION IN ALL BRANCHES. INCLUDING JAILS. In our Repair Department we m eke a specialty of repairing and rating ail kinds at boilers and structural work. _ Both ’Phenes 1133. OSes and Works—Fortieth St reet and Tenth Avenue, North.