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ONE CENT A WORD
RATE*—One cent n word a day? an ad.
taken for less than IRo for first laser
tfloa. Cash must ncoomnnny order.
WANTED
425.00 Suits and Overcoats, $13.30. Marc
Linx, 1911 First ave. _ 1-10-tf
ANY .suit oi overcoat in the house for
$1C.60. Maro Llnx. 1911 First ave. 1-9-tf
. jfeoCMMATE for gentleman wanted at O-i
23d street, north; separate beds; hot
water, steam heated. Call 7489-W Main.
1-16-tf
WANTED—To find a good, reliable, ex>
perienced cafe man, who will rent a fine
VP to date cafe, furnished complete, do
ing good business. Address K-37. care
Age-Herald. l-I.-ti
Waited—Every hi’dy In Birmingham to
know that The Best theatre is giving
silver souvenirs to the ladies every Fri
day matinee from 1:30 to 5 p. m.
l-19-7t
‘WANTED—10,000 people to see Casey
Jones, Jr., at The Best theatre this
week. 1-19-71
WANTED—Twenty-five more g*>od feath
er beds. Will pay highest cash price.
Phone 3259-J or address 1615 5th ave.,
New York Feather Co. l-23-7t
WANTED—To borrow, from private
parties on first mortgages, $1660 on one
and $1000 on other; value of property
double the loan. Address F-43, rare
Age-Herald. 1-26-Ut
WANTED—Rc liable, experienced farmer
with stock and some means to oper
ate on shares or rent valuable, large
or small farm to suit. Owner, Box 846.
WANTED—SITUATIONS ~
FRENCH chief and wife first class
cooks, want situation. Prefer hotels,
restaurant and delicatessen. Chris
tinet, 127 Vi South 20th street.
l-32-5t
J'EHMANEXT stenographic position
wanted by lady of six years expe
rience; have good education and can
furnish first-class reference. Main 4203.
l-21-4t
fcOLOREb graduated nurse wants work;
fev£i* or obstetrical cases; J have had
bgtferal years’ experience. Call 38 Wood
rifcwn. l-24-2t
.^'ANTED—position by single man
where eight years’ mercantile agency
experience would be of value. Ad
§;y dress H-42, care Age-Herald. 1-24-ot
[WANTED -Ry a young man experi
enced in his line, a position as conn- !
ter man in restaurant or cafe. Ad- ]
dress P. O. Box 624, Poulan, Ga.
1 -24-2t !
JDXPERIENCED nurse desires rare in- I
valid or would travel. R-12, Age
Herald.l-24-2t
.WANTED—Position by young man 1$
years of age; can keep small set of
books and use typewriter; best of
references. Phone Main 767 6. l-24-2t
StouncT man with several years’ ex
perience wants position as timekeep
er. assistant bookkeeper or general
office man; must have work at once
in or out of city. Address K-42, Age
Herald. 1-24-21
tWANTED—Position as stenographer and
general office man; three years’ experi
ence. Address T-42, care Age-Herald.
l-24-2t
SCant ED—Position by Al registered pre
scription druggist as manager or pre
scription clerk; 1 am now manager ot a
first class drug store, but desire to make 1
a change; good reasons for changing. |
Al references as to all qualification**, j
Would buy working interest in a good '
business. Address G-43, care Age-Her
ald. l-26-4t
^Ot’NG man wants position as launory J
driver; will consider any honest work;
hustler; can give reference*. Address
H-43. care Age-Herald. • 1-25-21.
X\AKT~KD—To-do sew ing for children
will alter baby clothes. Phone
Main. 1-25-3*
I*'A S'Ted ro«i »!■•». " “ ~ . - •
•v years of age; will »lo any kind of
or honest w*ork and furnish good refer
ences. Ready to start at once. Ad
dress Z-42. Age-Herald. l-2o-3t
foslTTON—Bv nn honest, reliable wom
an as housekeeper. where I would he
ahle to keep m.v little child with me.
Willing to work for hoard as one of
the family or will work for small
salary. Address P.-43, care Age-Her- <
aid. 1 - 2 5- 31
Want eh — Position by competent
housekeeper; would take charge of
linen room at hotel. Address A-43,
A^e-Herald.
_W ANTED—F EM A L E HELP
JR girl for’ ''cook i n c
and general housework: small family.
£&uth Highlands. Apply 1705 3d ave. :
1-2U-51 |
• WANTED—Oood"housekeeper for fami-1
ly of two, mother and son. A very
comfortable home for right parly..
Only capable persons need apply. Ad
- n dress 0-42, Age-Herald. l-24-3t
NTT^rv^T;ood'skirt’"and"waist" girl'ht
once. Call at 3d avenue, Mrs. L.
^ G*nz*er
BOARD—WANTED—ROOMS
' tf-TC’fK — ^Byre^fned^young^coupTe
without children, two or three fur-'
Dished rooms with private bath, suit
able for lighJ housekeeping; must be
In private borne. South Highlands,
east of 191li street, and south of 10th
avenue. Address Y-35, care Age-Her
ald. 1-24-21
E;'j((3!RTED-~By a young married couple
one or two unfurnished rooms; must
be modern and within six blocks of
Terminal station. Answer to Benj.
Bp Harris. Terminal Hotel. City. l-2§-2t
• a-1, .. ——
FOR RENT
ment on South Side. f» rooms and
bath, hot and cold water, heat fur
Dished, separate entrances front and
back, screened complete. 1505 St.
Charles street. Address K E. Curtis.
Woodward. Ala. Phone Bessemer 156.
_ 1 -25-7t
1- “-1-1 —--V-=-*=r
£ BUSINESS CHANCES
MATT, order enterprise, almost a mo
nopoly; ran clear $1000 monthly.
f£. Price $1500; one half-cash, balance
,V ( and 6 months. Adresa C-42. Agr
r|. , Haraid. , X-23-3t
ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—One rest a word a dayj no ad.
taken for leoo thaa 25c for first laser
tlon. Cash must accompany order.
If OK SAL£
TALK^wlTif"ALAN" JEMISON.
Bell 100. 6 4-tf
1 BUY, sell and exchange real istaiu.
J. M. Gibson, 409 Empire Bldg. AJ-24-tf
WE buy, sell, rent or excnange real os
tate, E. J. Burns Co., 4U6 American
Trust Bldg. Phone 766. 10-i-tf
If you are in the market
TO
Buy, sell, or exchange
Real Estate,
SEE
A. A. GAMBJLL & CO.,
“Nothing But Real Estate." ll-26-u
FOR SALE—Furniture and lease~40"room,
up to date hotel; line opportunity to get
money maker. Address K-25, care Age
Herald. 12-27-tf
ON account of change In our power sup
ply we offer for sale our present power
plant equipment consisting of engines,
boiler, generators and motors. Equip
ment is first-class and may now be seen
In operation. Detailed list will be fur
nished upon application. Kilby Frog &
Switch Company, p. o. Box 914. Bir
mingham, Ala. 1-12-tf
FOR TRADE—My $46,000 equity in a
choice piece central improved business
property; will accept $uuuo to $10,000 cash
and the balance in stocks, bonds or im
proved farm :and; might accept part in
unimproved suburban property; princi
ples only. Address G-38, care Age-Her
ald-_1-18-tf
FOR SALE—1912 Packard, model "30,"
originally cost $4750; owner leaving
city; price $2500; in perfect condition.
Address L-42, care Age-Herald.
_ l-24-3t
SOClTH ALABAMA farm lands for sale.
40 acres up. Covington, the county of
small farms, now developing rapidly.
Population white by large majority.
Attractive for the man who would own
a farm, also profitable for an investment.
Wrioe Tri-County Land Co., Opp, Ala.
l-14-8t-eod
ONE CENT A WORD
KATES—One ecat a ward a day* «» ad.
for leu than 20c for flrat laacr
tlaa. Cash must accompany ordar.
__FOR
FOR^^sXLE^MeTcairtTre^tHTsTnesfT^Tn
western Alabama town, 1000 popula
tion, three railroads, good location on
corner; been In business over 10
years. Stock Invoices about $1500;
staple goods; cash only will buy, or
good security. Address U-40, Age
Herald. l-20-7t
' FOR SALE—New 2 story hotel, never
used, on large space of ground right
at Union depot; private waterworks;
acetylin lighting plant and steam heated;
nicely finished; 20 large bedrooms, four
bathrooms, large lobby, parlor, dining
room, kitchen and closets, etc. For
quick sale only, all cash or part cash
and terms for balance. If not sold in
30 days is leased. Best point in state
for money maker In this line. J. H.
Coleman, York, Ala. l-23-7t
OWNER has for sale modern home, best
location, West End, half block car;
bargain; call Houston, Main 4653-J.
1-22-3t
FOR SALE— F urn 11 u r e and lease of
high class rooming house; 22 rooms,
always full; an exceptional bargain;
Investigate this. Address H-22, care
Age-Herald. 12-19-tf
WE will build you a -home. Birmingham
Building and imp. Co. 2109 1st a\enue.
1-16-tf
For BALE—Gr^at bargain! spacious
bouse and grounds; ideal for large fam
ily children; quick action necessary. For
particulars call J. T. Briskey, Main
1329.
FOR SALE—Plano, $150; 3-piece bed”
room suit, oak, $40; oak sideboard,
dining table, 0 chairs, china cabinet.
$75; dining room furniture originally
cost $225. Address M-42, Age-Herald.
l-24-3t
U-aA-i'RTT ^^Fc^^e^™haTf™7nt?resnrr^
fine drug business in Mississippi; do
ing a profitable business; have fine
location. Bad health. Must sell. It's
a great bargain. C-43, Age-Herald.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS, BIRMINGHAM
l,lie following achedule figures are published only aa Information, and are not
-ri .. . guaranteed
*L»au/ except Sunday.___"^Sunday only.
BIRMINGHAM TERMINAL STATION
Southern Hallntr
no. Arrive *rum -
11 Atlanta 0i20am
12 Greenville 7 :40 pm
lb (.oiuAibua 11:30 am
20 Mobile 8:3U pm
23 Jacksonville 12 25 pm
28 Selma 10:25 am
39 Atlanta 10:00 pm
33 New York 11:40 am
| 20 New York 4:45 pnf
No. Depart To
ll Greenville 7:00 am
12 Atlanta 11:1ft aw
1ft Columbus 4:05 pro
16 Mobile 6:45 aui
24 Jacksonville 1:65 pm
27 Helmn 3:45 pm
40 Atlanta 6:31 am
36 New York 6 .60 pm
30 New York 6:30 am
Quern A Creacemt Houle
A. G. S. It. R
No. Arrive From—
1 Cinclnaatl 10:05 pm
2 New Orleans 0:05 am
3 (Cincinnati 10:15 aui
4 New Orleans 0:0u pm
5 Chattanooga 11:38 am
8 Meridian 11:55 a»
7 New York 10:20 pm
8 Shreveport 0:20 uni
12 MerMlan 11:35 pm
21 Chattanooga P:00 pm
No. Depart To—
1 Shreveport 10:10 pm
2 Cincinnati 6:10 am
3 New Orleans 10:20 am
4 Cincinnati 6:05 pm
5 Meridian 4:10 pm
6 Uiattanoofs 4:00 pui
7 New Orleans 10:25 pm
8 New York 6 J5 am
II Meridian 6:30 am
22 Chattanooga 6:06 am
Frlico 1.1 ue*
No. Arrive From -
1U5 Keuaes City 8:45 pm
1W- KeiiMi City 8:15 am
8*15 Winfield 19.15 am
921 Mempble_5:40 pm
i\o. Depart To—
106 Kanaaa City 11:30 tee
104 Kansas City 10:30 pm
K26 Winfield 3:55 pm
Ml Memphis 7:00 am
Central of Ga. Ilr.
No. Arrlra Krona —
1 Macon It: 10 pm
'J Havaonab and
Jackaonrllle 12:05 pm
3 Savannah 11:55 pin
No. Depart To—
2 Macon T:Maaa
10 savannah and
Jacksonville 4:35 pm
4 Savannah 3:50 pm
BIRMINGHAM TERMINAL STATION
Seaboard Air Line Ry.
No. Arrlre t torn—
53 Now York s«:ftO pra
41 Now York IS :10 pm
31 Atlanta tf:3Q pm
No. Depart To—
12 New York 8:00 am
SI New York 8:00 pm
30 Atlanta 0:30 am
Illinois Central R. It
No. Arrive From—
J Chicago and
8L Louis 4:15 mn
No. Depart To—
10 Chicago i»d
st. Louis 13:15 pa
LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE STATION
L. A N\ R. lL
No. Arrive From—
1 Cincinnati 8 25 am
2 New Oi leans 12:10 pm
3 Cincinnati 3:20 pm
4 New Orleans 2:37 kin
*5 Decatur 7 :16 pm
7 Cincinnati 3;5V am
8 New Orleans ll:38piu
10 Montgomery 7:16 pm
12 Montgomery 10:45 am
*15 Decatur 10 .00 am
No. Depart To—
1 New Urleaoa 1:83 am
8 Cincinnati 18:18 pta
3 New Urleaoa 3:40 pm
4 Cincinnati 8:48 pm
*ti Decatur 8:13 am
? New Urleaoa 4.06 am
8 Cincinnati 18:81 am
w Montgomery *:80 am
li Montgomery 8:80 pm
•J4 Decatur 4.80 pm
lilrmlntftiam Mineral
No. Arm* Jbrom—
o« Praco 5:15 piu
48 Tuscaloosa 11:15 am
42 lilocton 7 :25 \ m
45 Anniston ID 40 no
47 Anniston 8:50 p>,
102 Tuscaiooaa 0 05 oo |
.No. Depart To
ss Praco 8:15 am
41 Blocton 8:35 am
4a Hloctou 2:45 pm
44 Anniston 2:40 pm
48 Anniston 8.35 am
ul Tuscaloosa 0.25 aa
A., II. A A.
*>o. Arm® From—
23 Brunswick 11:50 am
25 TallaUCf* 6 ;30 pm
i Na Depart T»—
I 24 Brunswick 4:00 pm
I 26 Tallade«a 1:90 am
Train* marked tbua 1*1 run dally, eacent Sunday.Olbar trains run dally. central lima
*--—— f
FOR SALE
1 AM goinj; out of the lumber business
tnd offer my stock of rough and dressed
1 mbei at a bargain. Yard, Avenue D
and L'd street. 1-lo-tf
/•'*k hA« iia.doo interest In V17J
srre improved plantation, in middle
cast Alabama; immediate possession
can be given. Apply H-3S, Age-Herald.
1-1$ If
I FOR SALE or to rent, valuable room
ing or boarding house property. The
choicest residence location in Annis
ton. Apply or write to Eros’ Book
store, Anniston. Ala. 1 -24-41
FOR RALE—West End, Tuscaloosa
ave.; 5 room cottage; lot 50x150; east
front; a little beauty; bargain. West
End 456. l-24-3t
DAIRYMEN.
I have for sale four milk delivery wag
| ons and harness, ('all at 412 N. 21st
strt*t. TV. G- Estes, assignee Cfridley
Lee Co. l-23-3t
l.GT on top of rr .ntain in first addition
to Souti Highlands. adjoining Milner
rendition not J“ minutes walk from
i 1 lg $* 1 • if ta ken quickly.
Main 2466-W or 6155. Write 3023 Util
avenue. north. l-2o-3t
FOR SALK Timber land; large and
small tracts: poplar, pine and white
oak. Alex Wiggs & Co., Attaila. Ala.
l-24-3t-fri-sun
TALK WITH ALAN JEM ISON.
Ground floor, Steiner Bldg. 8-g-tf
SFRCRRAN farm bargain, between Iron
dalo and Alton; railroad and public
road; <1 welling, barn, etc., $1250. Addi
tional joining tracts to suit. Also choice
five acre tracts near Bessemer cheap
for cash. 1109 South 13th.
$350 yFiCK CASH, for five acres beau
tiful, productive Birmingham suburban
townsite property at station. More a*
same rate. Owner. 1109 South 13th st.
Phone appointment, 5272
IM.m BALPi, MAAUb UK Kr,.\ I —
Large, valuable Alabama farm; Bir
mingham suburban acreage at station;
$125 acre. Also high grade improve 1
city property. Owner, Box 845.
l*V)K SALK—Dallas county farm lands
for sale; 80 to 1350 acres to each
farm. These lands can be bought
cheap, near railroad, in a good neigh
borhood, with R. F. D. and local tele
phone with long distance connection.
Write for prices and terms to F. C.
I Riggs. Pleasant Hill, Dallas County.
Alabama. 1-25-71
__WANTED— MALE HELP
MYERS *1.50 Hat Store, 201o'3d'avenu3r''
___ . 1-4-tf
FIRST fUASS honest, all round office
man and manager, with caah bond. Jfinn.
Callao* N. 20th street. l-28-3t
BIRMINGHAM railway mail clerk
aminations soon; $:*(» monthly; coaching
free. Franklin Institute. Dept. 2-A.
Rochester, N. Y.
_l-13-23t-mo-we-fr-sa-su
WANTED Two experienced white drilT
ers* capable of handling standard rig; $o
pei day. Address YV-42, Age-Herald.
l-34-3t
| WANTED—A first class salesman for the
wholesale lumber business, one who
thoroughly understands the business in
ell its details; must also understand
1 ockkeeping. In answering, state salary
expected and give references. Applica
tions will be confidential. Address
Lumber, care Age-Herald. l-24-3t
RESPONSIBLE party to travel, either
sex; salary and expenses; references re
quired. Room 212 Hotel Empire. l-24-2t
MKN Our illustrated catalogue ex
plains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
| College. Atlanta. Ga.1-25-fit
j\v^ted-:agents_
AGENT to sell and ereou^^Gravtty
Freight conveyors, automatic eleva
tors and labor-saving conveying ma
chinery. on liberal commission basis.
Manufacturers’ agent preferred. Min
nesota Manufacturers’ Association.
North St. Paul. Mina. l-25-7t
- -, .» J! .
FARM LANDS
ALABAMA'S BEST~FAR!it£
For sale by
INGRAM REALTY COMPANY.
Birmingham.
12-li-tf
RUBBER STAMPS AND SEALS
1iK’,Mw^^ui7n7^>,,\T,uTK8rw,^25o^^e?ferson
County Bank Bldg. Phone 63G. Wor<
finished in few hours. l-15-17t
___KODAKB_
FILMS developed 10c per roll. Prints He
and 4c each. Prompt attention and
work the best. Bert Q. Covell Co. 10-4-tf
NOTARY PUBLIC '
copying done, conveyances drawn. W
A. 1.ester. 2]08 Sd ave. 4-13-tf-th-ia
DENTI8T8_
FINE dentistry, Dr.~ A.''j.’~*Cessey. over
Jefferson County bank, Boom SOI.
Phone lltt S-SI-tf-sa-su-tu-th
ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—Oae ceat a ward a d«y| «o ad.
taken for leaa thna 29c for flrat laaer
tfloa. Caab mnat accompany order.
|_ FORlRENT--HOOMS_
THE AVALON—All outside rooma. *ur
nace heat; modern convenoences; moder
ate price; bath free. 2100 5th avenue.
_ 6-26-tt
AT the Birmingham hotel, steam heated,
screened, electric lighted and all ser
vice of a first class hotel; 615 per month
and up. * 10-25-tf
NATIONAL HOUSE, 209Vfr N. 22d st.,
nicely furnished rooms from 25c up.
_ 1-16-iOt
LARGE front unfurnished room, privae
family, 511 North 19th st. Phone
5689-W. l-18-9t
ROOMS for rent. 1000 5th avenue, north.
_ l-21-7t
THE best steam heated rooms, with or
without board, can be had at 1904 6th
avenue, north. Rates very reasonable.
l-19-7t-su-mo-tu-thu-fri-sat-8U
OFFERED in private home on South
Highlands to couple with out chil
dren, large front room, with board;
single room with sleeping porch.
References. Address A-42, Age
Herald. l-23-4t
WANTED—Several canvassers at once to
sell Skat Soap. Good paying proposi
tion with excellent chance for advance
ment. Write to Skat, Hartford, Conn.
l-19-14t-cod
Y\ ANTED—An architectural draftsman.
Apply R. E. Posey, 514 Brown-Marx
Jbldg.___ __l-26-2t
T*OR RENT—Nicely furnished parlor
bedroom, also upstairs room; conven
iently located. Rooms for light house
keeping. Phone 1402-W.
FOR RENT—Three room unfurnished
apartment, close in on two car lines.
Rent reasonable. Address E. H., care
Age-Herald.
_WANTED—BOARDERS
NICE rooms and board. 2116 5th avenue.
1-2-tf
WELL furnished rooms, best board In
town, 65 week. Kenney House, 2217 4th
avenue. l-5-30t
NICE room with board. 719 South 20th
Bhreet.1-15-lit
COUPLE or two young men to room and
board; nice room convenient to bath;
location Southside; splendid car ser
vice and easy walking distance to the
business section. Phone 7684-W Main.
l-34-3t
WELL furnished room, board if desired^
fine home cooking. Mrs. Walsh, 312 N.
23a street._l-24-3t
WANTED—HELP
\\ ANTED—Workers, not loafers, for the
btandard Home Co., which has nearly
$2,000,000 assets, to take applications for
contracts on which loans are made to
buy or build houses, loan returned at
$7.50 per month on the $1000 plus 5 per
cent interest. For particulars, write or
call on P. M. Higgins, 1501-2 American
Trust Bldg., Birmingham, Ala. 1-14-tf
WANT ED^Coun try salesman, horse and
buggy required, woman hilling (type
writer) clerk; ice cream maker for man
ufacturing plant; experienced bank
stenographer; coal diggers; mine ma
chinists; erecting and locomotive ma
chinists; other good openings. Room
62b Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
~ ~ MONEY TO LEND
REAL, estate loans to suit you'ln amount
terms and interest; can pay back
monthly or yearly; will take second
mortgages. John W. Prude, lu6 North
21st street. Bell phone 240. 10-ls-tt
WE negotiate oans and sell reaHState;
can handle desirable farm loans, lla
lone-McConnell Co., 2024 3d ave. 7-17-tf
MONEY to lend un real estate. o.
Fonville, 631 First National Bank Bldg!
_9-26-tf
MONEY TO LOAN on any good coL
lateral. Call Main 2373. 1-12-tf
- SECOND MONEY. "——
Birst class second mortgage paper (city
or suburban!, negotiated wnere party
selling paper is willing to endorse same.
Address P. O. Bex 4S4, city. 1-17-1f
MONEY LOANED
ON WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEW
ELRY. ETC. AT LOW RATES
LOANS CAN BE PAID BY IN
STALLMENTS.
MUTUAL LOAN SOCIETY (INC.)
310-U-12 BROWN-MARX BLDG.
12-8-tf
SIX per cent money on business~and—Sigh
class residence property; No delays.
ANGLIN-WHITE K. & 1. CO..
202S First Avenue.
12-24-tf
AIONB7Y to loan on improved real es
tate at 8 per cent; purchase money
tiotes bought, no delay. George u.
1 smith, Attorney, 181- American Trust
1‘ldg B’hone 10U Main. l-24-3t
I-NEGOTIATE loans and sell real es
tate. Jerome Tucker, 207 21st si.
12-17-tf ex sun
TO DOAN—85000 to loan on first mort
gages In amounts of fcsL or more on 30 per
cent of value of property. E-W, rare
Age-Herald. l-2u-2t
MONEY-ro'DEND-Wc are prepared "to
make quick loans in suniH of $1000 or
more at 6. 7 and 8 per rent for three
oi five years, on improved business and
residence property in Birmingham and
desirable suburns at not exceeding dO
per cent valuation. W. B. Leedv & Co.,
112 North 21st street. Phone Main 42.
1-25-Tt
. LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN
LOS*T—Wedne.sday, on 20th stroet^be
tween 3d avenue and First National
bank, lady's pocketbook containing
small change, lady’s gold watch and
check for $28. Return to Age-Herald
and receive reward.
. INJECTION A
| BROU i
■ Gives Prompt sad Effectual Relief ■
'"'Mi without inconvenience, in the ■
a MOST OBSTINATE CASES ■
■ No other treatment required. B
w >OLP PY ALL DWUaal?T>VnrrBi
IRREGULARITY IN
TRADE REPORTS
Weather Conditions and the
Tariff Responsible
METALS ARE ACTIVE
In Leading Industries With Exception
of Coal There Is Almost Unani
mous Report of Activity.
Wages Increased
New York. January 24.—Bradstreet s
will say tomorrow:
Weather conditions and tariff talk have
made for irergularity in trade reports this
week, while financial feeling has reflected
marked changes from peace negotiatior.3
in the near east. Rain and snow has been
more widely distributed than for a long
time past, but this, while beneficial to
winter sown cereals, has retarded demand
at retail and resulted In a continuance of
flood conditions.
In the leading industries there is almost
unanimous report of activity. Coal is an
exception, however. Mild winter weather
helps the building trades and iron and
steel lines are ul3o well employed.
Uabor has been well employed except in
the clothing lines at New York, where
many thousand employes are out on
strike. Advances in wages are noted as
affecting 10,000 railway employes on city
railways.
The grain markets lost some of their
earlier January strength this week, but
price changes were not important.
The New York stock market is irergular,
speculative dealings being restricted and
sedtiment, which improved on the pros
pect of a Balkan peace, was again unset
tled by the war party regaining power at
Constantinople.
Wheat, including flour exports from the
United tSates and Canada for the week
ending January 23. aggregated 6.882,125
bushels, against 3.043,494 bushels this week
last year. Corn exports for the week are
2.671,682 bushels.
New York. January 24.—Dun’s review
tomorrow will say:
Fundamental conditions continue very
satisfactory and except in the securities
market, which has displayed more or less
uncertainty, there has been no change in
the general feeling of confidence. Current
reports from leading mercantile and in
dustrial centers ere especially cheerful,
both as to present operations and the im
mediate outlook. The remarkable winte.
weather is producing different effects in
different localities and branches of busi
ness. causing some recession of activity
in certain trades and an increase in other
quarters. The absence of heavy snow
over the eastern part of the country has
been very favorable to railroad traffic.
P'oreign deman 1 for gold continues a
feature, and New York has been called
upon to part with substantial quantities
of the precious metal. These withdraw
als, however, have been without efTect or.
money rates, which remain distinctly
easy., Conditions in iron and steel are
practically uncharged. In dry goods
there is a continued conservative prog
ress. Increasing activity is reported in
the shoe trade. oFreign commerce con
tinues to expand.
COLEMAN WILL GO
Chattanooga Lawyer Ac
cepts Place on Recep
tion Committee
Chattanooga, January 24.—(Special.)—I*
B. Coleman, the prominent local lawyer,
has been invited to be a member of the
reception committee at the inauguration
of Wodrow Wilson. Mr. Coleman, who
accepted, is a school mate of the Presi
dent-elect, received his invitation direct
from Thomas Nelson Page, the distin
guished Virginia author, who ;s chairman
of the committee
Whether or not Chattanooga is to have
la new hotel upon Lookout mountain to
replace the historic J-ookout Inn, which
was burned several years ago, will he
definitely known within the next few
weeks.
F. Melville Lewis, editor of Hotel Life
and representative of a large bonding
company of Cleveland, has just completed
an inspection if the proposed site here
and looked over the situation in conjunc
tion w-lth the local promoters. He is un
derstood to be favorably impressed with
the proposition offered here.
COMPOSER PASSES
SUDDENLY IN GOTHAM
New York. January 24. Gustave Karl
Luders, one of the best known composers
of comic opera and musical comedy in
America, died suddenly of apoplexy to
day while calling cn friends, fie was for*
merly a director of an orchestra. He wr.s
49 years of age. His popular successes
were “The Prince of Pilsen.” “The Fair
Co-Ed," and “The Burgomaster."
Oldest O' lead
Chicago, Jam In O. Gale.
In point of resin- »t Chicago
an, died last niaj me In Oak
Park, aged 81. ht to this
city in 1S35 by hisy*
Age-Herald Branch Offices
For the convenience of its patrons The Age-Herald
has established a number of branch offices where
ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS
Will be taken by its agents or representatives.
Bnincli offices are located ai the following places:
Florence Cigar Store.
Parker’s Drug Store, (Cigar Stard).
Brown-Marx Cigar Store.
Hotel Hillman Cigar Store.
First National Bank Cigar Stand.
Gunn’s Pharmacy (3d Ave. and 20th St.).
ENSLEY—Sam T. Kennedy, Ensley Sun.
BESSEMER—Miss Gillam, Bessemer Gas Office.
LEGAL NOTICES_
Legal Notice
Notice of application for removal of
business.
To Whom Tt May Concern:
Take notice that the undersigned,
H. M. Mallory, agent for George Wiede- ;
mann Brewing company, will make ap
plication to the exti.se commission in
and for Jefferson county, Alabama, for
the transfer of his present license at
No. 1310 First avenue to No. 1031 First
avenue, Birmingham, Ala.
H. M. MALLORY.
1-18-2t-sa
REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. t
Mrs. Win slow’s Soothing Syrup has been
used for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of
MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILE
TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It
SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS,
ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and
if the best remedy for DIARRHCEA. It is ab
solutely harmless. Be sure and ask for “Mrs
Winslow’s Soothing Syrup,” and taka BO other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottla. * .
We Operate Our Onu Plant, Making
ENGRAVED CARDS
EMBOSSED STATIONERY
LITHOGRAPHED
STATIONERY
BEST PRINTED
STATIONERY
ROBERTS & SON (Inc.)
"THE BIO ALABAMA HOUSE”
1812 10th StreetN. Third Ave.
Phones 228, 229 and 1348
D A Tn ON SAVINGS AND
JLi\lII TIME CERTIFICATES
PiiNciriL & Interest Gi:/ rantebo
Write for free literature and statement
SECURITY SAVINGS & LOAN CO.
F.W. Dixon. Pres. Birmingham, Ala.
Low Fares for
MARDI GRAS
New Orleans and Return..$10.90
Mobile and Return.$ $.35
Tickets on sale January 28 to February 3. Limited to return Feb
ruary 14. extended to March 3 for $1 extra.
Privilege of stopping at all points en route.
Chattanooga, Tenn., and Return.. . $4.55
Account Laymen’s Missionary Convention of Southern Baptist.
Tickets on sale February 2-3-4, limited to return February 12. 1
For Information, Call Main 703 or GKflH
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1925 FIRST AVE.
SPECIAL—MARDI GRAS
LOW round trip excursion fares on sale from NEW
ORLEANS January 28 to February 3, inclusive.
Stopovers granted going and coming.
Final limit March 3,1913
Take advantage of these low rates while visiting
NEW ORLEANS
SEE LOUISIANA AND TEXAS
Four Daily Trains to take you to
and from New Orleans.
Don’t miss this opportunity.
0. P. BARTLETT, G. A..
S. J. BROWN, T. P. A.
1901 1st Ave. Birmingham, Ala.

[ Modern Expert Dentistry at Reasonable Prices I
Crown and \ A A
Bridge Work v^»»vv
?:i«°hf.$5.00
All other dental work at prices
that will please. Plates made and
delivered same day.
Dr. E. G. Griffin’s Alabama Dental Office
lOO'/j N. SMIlli Street (Over Collier Drue Store)
Phone 6001 M. Hour* N n. m. to 7 p. m. Sunday* 9 a. m. to 1 i. m.
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LOUIS V. CLARK & CO.
GENERAL INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE—RENTALS—LOANS
Phone 607 201-4 Clark Building

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