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( THIS \5iST6PQ\L} \ F\RST <S0 I’LL. I mctc \t upy ' 'APRU- FOOL- WELL\ X SHOULD .SAY N\T f\ptY real live t BEAN* OP THE- J ^ ^ realm / -EXES ^ SSTSfcJt —Scoops -v ■• HE<M> fwrm THE ADDRESS IN THE iV\ TOO HONEST TO PINCH THE WHOLE FlFTf DOLLARS-I’LL RETURN \T AND BE SAHSF\Et> w\th 'the ladts liberal. ) ^Rewarov " MADAM -BE. VERY thankful 'that AN HONEST man v FOUND ^OuR BAG- J v-—r~> eg) flrJ-^Tw-rs'WD - $25M00 TO LEND !•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• The Alabama Home Building & Loan Association j Has a quarter of a million dollars to lend at once for build ing homes and for taking up mortgages on improved prop erty in the Birmingham district. Office 2026 1st Avenue. ONE CENT A WORD RATES—One cent a word ■ day; no ad. taken for less than 25c for first Inner tlon. Cash most accompany order. WAMKU .WH sharpen saioty razor blade, bet ter than new, 24c dozen; eend them parcel post. Robert Prowell Stove Co.. Birmingham, Ala. 4-4 11 WANT contract wlth~experleneed party to furnish dry kiln and planer, make linish stock on A., B. & A. railroad. Address Box Ilf, Alexander City, Ala. 9-4-14t Patents seTttred—\rour “invention may be small but valuable if patented, Parker Cork, Victor Bldg., Washing ton. D. C. 9-12-Ct GLUCK’S DRY CI^AKINQ~Ca Cleaning, pressing, repairing, altering, hats renovated and blocked. 1713 3d Ave. Phone Main 2372. 1-8-tf-vre-th-fr-mo WAIN AJCili-MALh UELP WA^Tl?l>^YoungrfliTerrsforwraIlvCray-^T€W8 service; security required. 318 N. 26th. 8-12-tf WAKTED—Non-union men; blaTksmiths, $4 day, 9 hours, shipemith preferred; pat ternmakers, $3.50 day, 9 hours; machin ists, $3.75 day, 9 hours; steady work. Home Industry Iron Works, Mobile, Ala. 8- 26-3<>t Be a barber; easy w.ork, big wages; few weeks completes by our method; earn while learning, tools furnished; write for catalogue. Moler Barber College, Atlanta, Ga. 9-10-2ot WANTED—Railway mail clerks; $J5 to $150 month. Details free. Franklin In stitute. Dept. 2-F, Rochester, N. Y. 7-18-to-9-lS-ex. tu-thu WanTed—Boys to carry bundles. F. W. Woolworth Co., 5 and 10-Cent Store. 9-15-2t WANTED—First class coat maker for out of town, steady work; union shop. Apply 1903 ,3d ave.__ \V AN TED—SALESMEN WANTED—An experienced traveling mnn to sell clothing In the state lot Alabama, to begin October 1; have a good, estab lished trade and will pay good salary to the right man. Address box 12, Knoxville, Tenn. 9-13-3t L. HAMMET, DRY GOODS CO MOBILE, ALA. REQUIRE TWO SALESMEN FOR PIECE GOODS, WIIO UNDERSTAND EITHER WOOL, SILKS OR WASH GOODS. APPLY IMMEDIATELY BY LETTER, STATING AGE, WHERE AND HOW LONG FORMERLY EM PLOYED. ALSO SALARY WANTED. 9- 14s3t WANTED—SITE ATIONS WANTED—At onceTposltlon liy-reglstere5 pharmacist; have had 3 years’ practi cal experience and guarantee to give satisfaction. Address W. A. Wood, Oneontp, Ala. 9-12-7t EXPERT lady stenographer desires-posl tton. Phone Main 3631-W. 9-14-3t WTVNTED— Position by young rnanT- 19 years of age. as collector; can furnish best of reference. Address E. W. 8, 2325 Ave. G, south. 9-13-2t-sat-mo A YOUNG lady stenographer desires-a position at once; willing and anxious to work; best of references given. Call Vt'oodlawn 281 - W. 9-15-3t EXPERIENCED demonstrator wants po sition. References. Address room 18, Y. W. C. A. 9-16-3t Tbt’J'JG man, 28, married, eight years’ ex perience In accounting with large com panies. desires position now or by Oc tober 1; best of references and bond for any amount. Address 0-45, care Age-Herald. 9-15-3t ROOMS—WANTED—BOARD YOUNG married couple,wishes nice room with bath In refined private family; meals preferred. Address V-41, care Age-Heralii. __•_ 9-14-2t WANTED—A room with private hath in the Souti’’, Highlands section, by a bach elor; breakfast and supper necessary; must be clean. Reply stating price, lo cation. etc. Address S-45, care Age 14 eraid,_ TOUNG lady wants room and board where there are other young lady boarders; give location, price and state how many boarders you have. R-45, care Age-Herald. WANTED—HELP ^XjlYllD^Xri^^exifei’Tenced bookkeeper and voucher clerk in auditor's office. State age, references, experience, sal ary expected. Address M-44, care Age Herald;(9-14-2t WANTED—BOARDERS Excellent front room with boiird. n» South 20th st. 9-4-30t NICELY furnished room and best table board. 1925 Ave. H.9-U-7t miscellaneous JERRY^packs' end” crates furniture for shipment and storage. Phone 6667 Main. 9-14-2t 'VakM LAft'bs L = For Sale by INGRAM REALTY COMPANY, Empire BIOS. Phone Main 11*7. (-M-U ONE CENT A WORD RATES—One cent a word a dayt no ad. taken for leNN than 2Re for first Inser tion. C'nwh innn) Bcrompnny oriler. Jb'OU dALii TALK WlT9^ALAN^JEMISON. Bell 100. e-4-tf I BITT, Ball and exchange real estate. M- ' Gibson, 409 Empire Bldg. _ 12-24-tf WB buy. sell, rent or exchange real es tate. E. J. Burns- Co., 406 American Trust Bldg. Phone 766. lu-4-tf FOR SALE—One new 1913 Hudson six cylinder, five passenger touring car. $1300. This car originally sold for $2500. Southern Garage, 1924 Ave F. 8-31-tf FOR SALE or exchange for other prop erty, city lots or farm lands, my plan ing mill on Ave. E and Kith st., now In operation, including land, machinery and stock of lumber; about a $25,000 proposition. Richard Randolph, 2112 1st ave. 8-21-tf will laKLR has for sale a piano, prac tically good as new; sold for $300 cash; traded in on player; will aell for $100. 2212 Gth avenue. * 9-14-lt WILL exchange entire subdivision, 63 lots, West Fairfield (Corey) lor Bir mingham property. Call O. F. Hutch eson. Main 5414. 9-7-tf FOR SALE—5-room house, on large lot, at Crews Station, $1500. Terms, $290 cash, balance $25 per month. Exclusive Rubber Tire Co.. 1600 2d ave. 9-13-3t WE will build you a home. Birmingham Building and imp. Co. 414-16-16 Amer ican Trust Bldg. 1-16-Cl THE AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE. Will sell your car. We have listed with us bargains in used machines for sale by owners. American Roadster, 30 H. P.$ 650 Cadillac, two 1912, tour, elect, starter and lights, each . 800 Cole, 1912, touring . 900 Cartercar, Roadster, almost new.... 1,200 Empire Roadster, 25 H. P. 500 Hayes 4 cyl. tour., used as demon strator . 1,600 Overland, 2 and 4 pass, car, 30 H. P. 250 Oakland, 1913, touring, 5 pass.1,000 Peerless, 7 pass., touring . 500 Pope Hartford, touring, new tires.... 885 Stevens Duryea, touring, 5 pass. 700 Stevens Duryea, touring, 5 pass. 850 Studebaker, 1913, 26 H. P. 4 pass. 500 THE AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE 422 S. 20th St. Phone 812 Main. I 9-11-tf! FOR SALE—Restaurant counter, stools and other fixtures, very cheap. Apply 212 North 20th st. 9-12-7t FOR SALE OR TRADE-$1000 stock of drugs. Apply Z-43, care Age-Herald. 9-13-3t IF you want oil lands or leases in Caddo field (7000 acres), write G. W. Brown. Jefferson, Tex. 9-4-17t FOR~SALE^-Nine Standard Tfome con tracts at a bargain. Address Y-44, care Age-Herald. 9-14-2t FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—Efegaht, modern 8-room South Highland home, large lot, immediate possession; lots, acreage or your equity considered. Call O. P. Hutcheson, 5414 Main. 9-l4-tf FOR SALE—Inexpensive furniture, bed, mattress, washstand, dresser; also “Young Peoples’ Library,’* in 12 volumes. Call me on Monday. Main 3941-J. 9-14-2t OWNER will sell well built, 10-room, two story, modern home, West End, for $3250; West End lot, 50x150, forest trees, all improvements, $750. Central Park lot, half block car, $500; two and a half acres, two blocks Edgewood car, $1500. Phone Ensley, 653 or address J-44, care Age-Herald. 9-14-2t FOR SALE^Stein \vay piano, good as new, $295; an extraordinary bargain. Address K-41, care Age-Herald. 9-5-eod-tf FOR SALE—First class cafe and res taurant; best location in thriving town of Columbus, Miss.; also restau rant facing the M. and O. depot, pro vided with both white and colored departments; price reasonable-; will sell to responsible party part cash and balance notes. Bell Cafe, Colum bus. Miss. 9-15-30t FOK KENT -^Set-stand- 'toilet For lease after October 1. the beau tiful double store (40x100 on alley), 108 and 110 21st street, now and for years occupied by Warner ice cream, lunch and confection parlors. Agents or renters lnqOire of Mr. Warner on premises, or phone 1292 Main. 8-15-tf FOR RENT—All but one room of fur nished 0-room furnace heated bungalow In best part of West End. Phone West End 427. 9-12-tf ’FIRST CLASS apartments to rent. 2177 Highland avenue; In single rooms or apartments. Telephone 239S-J Main. 9-12-Ct-sat-su-mo For RENT—The Lyman house. No. 13-12 South 19th st.. for one year, from Octo ber 1, 1913. See W. F. Lyman at the residence. 9-12-tOt OFFICES for rjnt, cheap; good location, modern and well lighted. See Macke, 2119% 1st ave._ '9-6-tf. FOR RENT—By private-family^-3 large, well furnished upstairs rooms, all con veniences; 820 per month each. Ideal place for lady school teacher who de sires room in private home. 815 South 20th st. 9-12-lt FOR KENT—Nice 8-room house with all modern conveniences. No. 1023 North 19th st. Apply Peter Zinsser's Mammoth Furniture ‘House, 2116-2117 2d ate. Phone 971. »-14-2t v'- ■ . ; r < »•••«••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ONE CENT A WORD RATES—One cent a word a day; no ad. tuken for less than 25c for flrnt inaer tlon. Cnwli mnwt accompany order. FOR RENT-ROOMS_ FTRN^HED*^*ooras with all "^conven iences, gentlemen or couple without children. 630 N. 19th st., cor. 7th ave. _ 9-14-5t TWO connecting- furnished rooms for light housekeeping; no children. 1812 7th ave. 9-14-tf THB AVALON—All outslda rooms, fur nace heat; modern conveniences; moderate price; hath free. 2l0c 5th avenue. 5-26-tf AT the Birmingham hotel, screened, elec tric lighted, telepnones, and all service of a first class hotel, with privilege of bath. $3.60 per week. l-ll-tf NATIONAL HOUSE, 209H N. 22d st., nlce ly furnished rooms from 25c up. 8-25-30t FURNISHED room" hot bath, phone, house screened. 2420 5th ave. 9-9-10t FOR RENT—Nicely furnished upstairs front room, elegant, heated bath roomt, hot bath at all hours; house screened? Bell phone. 2212 4th ave. 9-9-7c ELEGANTLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM’WITH BOARD, SOUTH HIGH LANDS. 1801 11TH AVE. 9-9-7t FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished up stairs rooms in private home; every convenience; one block Highland car; talking distance to town. Main 7057. 2102 Humbolt ave. »-913t. !•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••' ONE CENT A WORD RATES—One cent n nofd a day* no ad. (ukcii for leas than 25c for first Inser tion. Cash must accompany order. KODAKS rfLMS^deveiope2Clpc^erTo!T^Printar«J and 4o cadi. Prompt attention and worlt the beet. Covell Co-nn.t| LOST. STKAVED OK STOLEN DOGS LOST—One lemon and white set ter. medium size; one large liver and white pointer dog. bobtail. Reward for return or information. M. W. Parsons, 1321 13th avenue, north, Birmingham. Phone Main 3075.9-12-3t CORPORATION RECORD MINUTE BOOKS STOCK CERTIFICATES SEAL PRESSES RUBBER STAMPS LITHOGRAPHING ROBERTS & SON (Inc.) “THE BIO ALABAMA HOUSE" HOBEKT W. EWING, Brent. 1812 X? 3rd Ave. Phone Main 8461 PROFESSIONAL Persons who need glasses, or who have any trouble with their Eyes, Earn, None or Throat are cordially Invited to consult me and be examined without charge. BYRON DOZIER, M. D., Eye, Ear, None end Throat Specialist | 2020% First Ave. \ ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS, BIRMINGHAM The following schedule figures art published only as Information, and are not guaranteed. _ _ 1H11M1XGHAM TERMINAL STATION .Southern Railway iso. Arrive irom— 11 Atlanta R:20 am 12 Greenville T:4t pm 15 Columbus 11:20 am 20 Mobile 8:30 pm 23 Jacksonville 12:25 pm 28 Selma 10.25 am 20 New York 4:45 pm 85 New York 11:40 am 30 Atlanta '0:00 pm no. i>ev»ri vm • 11 Oreen villa T :00 am 12 Atlanta 12:15 am 15 Columoua 4:05 pm 19 Mobile 5:45 am 24 Jac Kaon villa 8:55 pm 27 Selma 8:45 pm 40 Atlanta 0:80 am 30 New York 5:5t pm »» XvM , »,il» »■» 4ueeu it Ci'tt»cent Route A. G. S. R. R. iso. Arrive rrom— 1 Cincinnati 10:05 pm 2 New Orleans 6:05 am 8 Cincinnati 10:15 am 4 New Orleans 0:00 pm 5 Chattanooga 11:38 am 21 Chattanooga 0:00 pm 7 New York 10:20 pin C Meridian 11:55 am <12 Meridian 11:S5 pm ' I Shreveport 0:20 am mo. uepan n— 1 Shr'pt * N. O. 10:10 pm 2 Cin. & N. Y. € :10 am 3 New Orleans 10:20 am 4 Cincinnati 6:05 pm 5 Meridian 4:16 pm tt Chattanooga 4 00 pm 7 Now Orleans 10:23 pm 22 Chattanooga 5:05 am 11 8hraveport 5:30 am 5 Nsw York 5:25 am Frlaco Lluen arriM irum—■ 105 Kansas City 3:50 pm 103 Kansas City 6:15 am 625 Winfield 10:15 cm 621 Memphis 6:40 pm i>o. ueparx »— J00 Kaunas City 11:80 pm 104 Kansas City 10:20 pm 026 Winfield 4:15 pm 022 Memphis 7:00 ,im Central of Ga. Ry. No. Arm* from— 1 Savannah 10:10 pm 9 Jacksonville 12 AS pm 3 Savannah 11:55 am No. Depart to— t Macon T :00 am 10 jRckaonrllla 4:35 pm 4 Savunnah5:50 pm | MKM1WGHAM TERMINAL STATION Seaboard Air Line By. pso. Arrive rrom— 5 Washington 10:00 pm 11 Washington 12:15 pm 25 Atlanta 9:30 pm i>o. depart to— § Washington 8:00 am 12 Washington 3 00 pin 22 Atlanta6:80 am Illinois Central Ry. No. Arroo from— 9 Chicago4:15 pm 1 No. Depart to— 10 Chicago 11:15 pm LOIUSVILLE A NASHVILLE STATION L. i N. It H. No. Amro rrom— 1 Cincinnati 8:25 am t Now Orleans 12:10 pm 8 Cincinnati 3 25 pm 4 New Orleans 8:37 pm *6 Decatur 7 :4.r> pm 7 Cincinnati 8:50 am 10 Montgomery 7:15 pm 12 Montgomery 10:48 am ♦1TWitiiT10:30 aF" No. pagan te— 1 New* Orleans 8:83 am 2 Cincinnati 12:22 pm 8 New Orleans 8:40 pm •6 Decatur 6:10 am 7 Montgomery 4:03 am 8 Cincinnati 12:01 am 0 Montgomery 6:20 am M Montgomery 8:80 pm 14 Depafr4:00 pm HlrmtuKkaim Miaeral No. ArrlTO from— 89 Praco 5:15 pm 48 Tuacalooaa 11:15 am 49 Blocton 7:25 pm 25 Annjatoa 10:40 am 47 Annlaton 6:50 pm 102 Tuacalooaa 6:05 pm No. Depart to— S3 Praco 8:85 am 41 Blocton 6:30 am 48 Blocton S :45 pat ! 44 Anniston 3:40 |>m 40 Anniston 8:30 am, I tOl Tuscaloosa 7 :80 am. A., B. Jk A. No. ArnYt from— 23 Brunswick 11:50 am 2f> Talladega_8:86 nm No. Depart to— 34 Brunswick 4:00 pm< 10 Tallerteaa 8:30 am mum marked thua (•) run dally except Sunday. Other tralna run dally. Central time. i TOlt i>K> i~~huUMS ATTRACTIVE"Iront rooim furnace heat, good table, two car lines. 2018 10th ave., south. 9-10-5t KENNY-HOUSE—Rooms-and board, 55 week. £217 4th ave. 9-13-10t FOR "RENT—One large and one small bedroom, nlceiy furnished, eYery con venience, within 10 minutes’ walk to business district; rates most reasonable. 2113 6th ave., north. Phone Main 3197-W. 9-14-tf FOR, RENT—One large front room, nicely furnished. 2212 Sixth avenue. 9-14-2t SUITE of rooms with private bath. 1218 20th st., south. Main 6114 W. 9-7-eod-tf AlUNEl TO LhutiJ tXlk''"\V Fra" ALAN jemTson. Ground floor Steiner Bldg. 8-6-tf REAL ESTATE loans to suit you tn amount, terms and interest; can pay back monthly or. yearly; will take second mortgages. John W. Prude. 106 N. 2 2d st. Bell phone 140. 10-10-tt WE negotiate loans and sell real' es tate, can handle desirable farm loans. Malone-McConnell Co.. 2024 2d _ ave._ 7-17-tt MCiNEY to lend on real estate, f. Q. Fonville, 631 1st Nat. Bank Bldg. 6-22-tf Wfc1 negotiate persottai loans secured by acceptable collateral. 936 First Natl. Bldg.__7-18-tf. WE loan money on good collateral and buy mortgage paper or real eBtate If offered at attractive prices. Helena Land Company, 201 Brown-Marx. _____8-27-lf I—HAVE several clients with several thousand dollars to lend. Carl Coker. Attorney. First National Bank. Main 6156. 9 -10 - 51 J ft r.uu i in i Ej iuu reu real ee state. Jerome Tucker, Zfl 21.: at. _“_12-17-tf ex sun MONET to lend at 8 per-cent on Im proved city or suburban property; pur chase money notes bought, no delay. George L. Smith, Attorney, phone 1013. 1812 American Trust Bldg. 9-13-5t EASTERN MONEY loaned on real estate security In sums ot >1000 and up at 5 per cent simple interest anywhere In the U. S. Will furnish funds to buy home outright. Easy terms, long time. M. T. Reclaw, a 8. A.. 1201 First Na tional Bank Building, Nashville, Tenn. _8-31-301 PERSONAL antee my great successful “Monthly remedy; safely relieves some of til longest, most obstinate, abnormal cast in three to five days; no harm, pain - interference with'work; mall, |1.;. Double strength. f2.00. Dr. Soutblngtoi 18 l.ong Bldg.. Kansas City, Mo. 8-24-tf ^Aj^jlJNCEMrojT Vr^ ~ will be in her dressmaking parlors Mon day, September 15; will be pleased to serve old and new customers, 9-12-3t ” UUSINESS CHANCES_ WAITED—First class man as partner in grocery business; best location In Birmingham. Address Y-8», oar* Age Herald. S-ll-tf For Sale By owner; modem 9-room house in best part of Norwood. A bargain; easy terms. C. M. WRIGHT 2008 3rd Avenue Phone 9186 Main Drs. Dozier & Dozier SPECIALISTS 2020H Flrat Avenue BIltHIMUttAH, ALA. o. T. Drain, M. D. NerroUM, Ul«»d, bkm, Pelrio and Cbroule UiHun. Byron Hosier, M.D. Bye, Bar, Noae, and Throat (Glasses Fitted.) ■ We treat scientifically at) etaronis nervous, blood, akin, genllo-urlnary and female disease*. also can cer, scrofula, rheumatism and all morbid conditions of tbs heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, bladder and pelvic organs. sALVAKSAN—'"COd” Scientifically Administered Established in Birmingham, AprlL 163U. The best equipped medical institute In Alabama. No charge for ouHsnltation and eaamlnatlon. Wo furnish all medicine*. and give to our patients the benefits to be de rived from X-Kars. Violet Kays, a^ui^r tew everything we can make available for the cure of disease. Question list for men and women ,er.« on roauj*^ Hom Bunders, • a. re. te 1 ». m. Week Bays, • a. m. to u p. m. — - Hubbard Bros. & Co. Toff on Merchants, Hanover Square, If. Y. Members New York Cotton Ex change, New Orleans Cotton Exchange, New York Produce Exchange. Asso ciate Members Liverpool Cotton Asso ciation. Order* solicited for the pur ohas< and sale of Cotton and Cotton toed OH for future delivery. _ Special attention and liberal terms given for Emslgnments of spot cotton toy Me very. Oorreapondence Invited. >••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• CITYORDINANCES GRAOiTORDINANCE NO. 125-C An Ordinance fixing and establishing the grade of 41st street, Wylam. and the curbs on both aldtfs thereof, from the north property line of 12th avenue to the north property line of Crawford street. RE IT ORDAINED, by the Board of Commissioners of the City of Birmingham, that the grade of 41st street, Wylam. and the curbs on both sides thereof, from the north property -line of 12th avenue to the north property lino of Crawford street, be, and the same ure hereby fixed and established as shown on profile sheet No. 217, heretofore exhibited to this Board and now on file la the City Hall in the office of the City Engineer. Approved September 13. 1913. JAMES WEATHERLY. President Pro Tem. Board of Commissioners, A. O. LANE, Commissioner. Attest: H. S RYALL. City Clerk. Age-Herald, September 15. 1913. IMPROVEMENT ORDINANCE NO. 776-C AN ONRDINANCE to provide for certain Improve ments on Madison avenue from 26th street to Cleve land street. Be It ordained by the Board of Commissioners of the City of Birmingham as follows:— SECTION 1. That the roadway between the glit ters on Madison avenue from the east property line of 26th street to the wist property line of Cleveland street, shall be paved with asphult concrete paving with a 2 inch top and a four (4) Inch concrete foundation. SECTION 2. That said Improvements shall be made In accordance with the established grades on file In the office of the City Engineer for Bald por tions of said highways, and according to full details, drawings, plans, specifications and surveys of said work and estimates, which shall bo prepared by Die City Engineer, as early as practicable, and placed by him on file In bis office In the City Hull, not later than one week prior to the datrf named In Section 4 of this Ordinance, where property owners who may be. affected by said improvements may see and ex amine the same. SECTION 3. That the cost of constructing said Improvements shall be assessed against the property abutting on the portions of the highways so improved, provided:— (a) That the cost of all Improvements at or upon Street, avenue or alley Intersections shall be assessed against the lots or parcels of land abutting on said highways so Intersecting for one-half block in each direction. (b) That the cost of sidewalk Improvements on street and avenue corner shall be assessed against the lots abutting on or nearest to said improvements; and the cost of sidewalk Improvements at the intersection of any alley with a street, or avenue or other high way »hail be assessed lit fair proportion against Die respective loti or parcels of land abutting or cornering on tiie alley at such Intersection. (d) That no assessment shall exceed the cost of such Improvement, or the increased value of such property, by reason of the special benefit derived from such Improvements. SECTION 4. That the estimated cost of said Im provements is $2150. and that the Board of Com missioners will meet on the 29th day of September. 1913, ut the Council Chamber of the City Hall at 3 o’clock p. m.. to hear any objections, remonstrances or protests that may be made against said Improve ments. the manner of making s«me, or the mate rail to be used. Approved September 10, 1913. _ JAMES WEATHERLY. President Pro Tem, Board of Commissioners. A. O. LANE. Commissioner. Attest: H. 8. RYALL, City Clerk. Age-Herald, September 15-22, 1913. IMPROVEMENT ORDINANCE NO. 775-C AN ORDINANCE to provide for certain Improve ments on Underwood avenue from tlie west curb liue of 70th street to the east curb lino of 78th street. Be It ordained by the Board of Commissioners of the City of Birmingham as follows: SECTION 1. Tine-sidewalks twelve (12) feet wido on each side of Underwood avenue from the west curb line of 79th street to the east curb line of 78th street, shall be curbed with hydraulic cement com bined curb and guttor and the gutters adjoining the curb shall be pared with hydraulic cement for a width of three (3) feet. That the sidewalks on the south side of Underwood avenue from the eaBt curb line of 78th street to a point 100 feet west of 70th street, and the sidewalk on the north aide of Underwood avenue from the eust curb line of 78th street to a point 150 feet east of the east property line of 78th street, shall be graded and paved with hydraulio cemeut concrete for a width of four (4) feet. That the parking apace on the north side of Under wood avenue between the curbing and sidewalk front a point 150 feet east of the east property line of 78th street to t^ie west curb line of 70th street, und the parking space between the curb ami sldewulk on the south side of Underwood avenue from the west curb line of 70th street to a point 100 feet west of the west property line of 79th street shall be graded. That the entrances to lots along all of said streets, where the sidewalks are to be paved, shall be paved the full width of the sidewalk for a width uf four (4) feet, with hydraulic penUnt concrete, and the driveways Into lots and the alleys shall be paved with vitrified brick the full width of the sidewalk and gutter. SECTION 2. That said improvements shall he made in accordance with the established grades on file in the office of the City Engineer for Hald por tions of said highways, and according to full de tails, drawings, plaiiB, specifications and surveys of said work and estimates, which shall be prepared by the City Engineer, us early us practicable, and placed by him on file in his office In the City Hall, not inter than one week prior to the date named In Section 4 of tills ordinance, where property owners who muy be affected by said improvements may see and examine the same. SECTION 3. That the cost of constructing said improvements shall be assessed against the property abutting on the portions of the highways so im proved, provided:— (a) That the cost of all improvements at or upon street, avenue or alley Intersections shall he assessed against lotB or parcels of land abutting on said highways so Intersecting for one-half block In each direction. (b) That the cost of sidewalk Improvements on street and avenue comers shall be assessed against the l«»ts abutting on or nearest to said Improvements; and the coat of sldewulk Improvements ut. the Inter section of any alley with a street or avenue or other highway shall be assessed In fair proportion against, the respective lots or parcels of land abutting or cornorlyg on the alley at such ''intersection. (d) That no assessment shall exceed the cost of Much improvement, or the increased value of such property by reason of the special benefits derived from such improvements. (e) That the cost of improving between the tracks and the rails of the tracks and eighteen Inches on each side of the tracks, of any street, electric, or any other railroad Including switches and turnouts, ahnll be paid by the owners of such railroad and shall he assessed against and he a lien upon said railroad and the property connected therewith, and a fair and Just proportion of the cost of the drainage Improve ments shall be assessed against, and be a Men on each ireet, electrle or other railroad on the highways or rights of way drained by such drains or sewers and nothing herein contained shall be construed to relieve any such railroad of its obligations In the mutter of street Improvements. SECTION 4. That tho estimated cost of said im provement* Is $1530. and that the Board of Com missioners will meet on the loth day of September. 1013, at the Council Chamber of the City Hall at 3 o'clock p. m.. to hear any objections, remonstrances, or protests that may be made against said Im provements, the manner of muking the same, or the material to be used. Approved September 10th. 1913. JAM KB WEATHERLY, President Pro Tem Board of c< mmirsioners, A. O. LANE, Commissioner. Attest: II. fi. RYALL. City Clerk. Age-Herald, September 10-22, 1913. IMPROVEMENT ORDINANCE NO. 772-C To provide for the construction of certain sanitary sewers. Be It ordained by the Rout'd of Commissioners of the City of Birmingham as follows:— SECTION 1. That sanitary sewers be construct^! as follows:— Beginning nt a point on the 6nnitary sewer 3 feet oust of the east line of the Birmingham-Kindey sur vey and too center ni the alley second north of and parallel with Lomblnorthward parallel with and* ihist line of tilt* lilrui'ngham-KnsiCy - ig and under lie tt11 the center of the on- k n sewer to tlm south side of the South Kinday car lino right of way to the Birmingham Hallway. Light A Power com pany; thence eastward and northwestward continuing along and underneath the center of s;iid brick storm sower to 1st street, or 2l>th Place; thence font inning westward and northward under the eeutor of said brick storm tewer to a point in 25th or Lytle street, on the lino between lots 2 and 3, block 4. William Lytle sub-division; thence continuing northward 2 ■dt east from and 1 parallel with the line between ots 10 and 11, blofh 3, William Lytle sub-divlslon o the center of the alley 1st north of 23th or Lytle street; thenco e&atwnrd along the center of aid alloy, and the center of said alley extended eust vard, to the center of Hunter street; theuce north ■vard along the center of Hunter street to the center of 23rd or Pleasant street: thence westward along the center of 23rd atreet or Pleawut street to a point 155 feet west of the wen property line of Hunter street; thence northward parallel to the enst line of Jot 11. block 1. Lytle's addition to Blrralugh.im Knsley to the center of the oast ami west alky 1st north of 23rd or Pleasnnt street; thence westward along the center of said alley to a point 40 feet east of Box street oi 27th avenue. Beginning at a point on the sanitary sewer In *bf center of 25th or Lytle street. 2 feet east of Mu line between lots 2 and 3. block 4. William Lytle’s sub-divlslon; thence westward along tho centor ol 25th or Lytle street to a point 40 feet east of th« center of the west line of lot 3, block 3, Lytle’s sub-divlslon. , Beginning at a point on the sanitary sewer In th« center of Lytle street 2 feet east of the line between lots..2 and 3, block 4, Lytle's sub-division; theuce _CITY ORDINANCES eastward to the east line of lot 2, clock 4, I.ytle sub-division. Beginning at a point on th# sanitary sewer In the center of the alley 1st north of Lytle street, 2 foot east of the line between lots 10 and 11. block 3, Lytle sub-division; thence westward along the center of said alley to a point 2 feet east of tho west line of lot 5. block 3. Lytle *sub-division; thence northward parallel and 2 feet eaBt of said west line of lot 5 to the center of Broom or 24th street; thenco eastward along the center of 24th street or Broom street to a point 40 feet west of the oast Lius of lot 11. block 2, Lytle sub-division. Boginning at a point on the sanitary sewer In the alley 1st portli of 23th or Lytle street. 2 feet east from the west line of lot ’.“block 3, Lytle sub division; thenco westward to h point 40 feet east of tho west line of lot 0. block 3. Lytle sub division. Beginning at a point on tho sanitary sewer In the alley 1st north of aud parallel with 24th or Broom atreet and the center of Buuter street; thence west ward along the center of said alley to a point 10 foot east of tho west line of lot 6, block 2. l4>tlo sub division. Beginning at a point on the sanitary sewer in tile center of the alley 1st north of and parallel with 23rd or Pleasant street, and 165 feet west of the west property lino of Hunter street; thence northward about 75 feet to the center of an unnamed street; thence eastward along the center of said unnamed street, parallel with Pleasant street to a point 40 foot west of the west property line of Hunter street. Beginning at a point on tho .sanitary sewer In tho eouter of iluuter street und 24th or Broom streei; I thence eastward along the oentor of said 24th or Broom street u distance of 1UU feet to the center of llayes street; thence northoastward along the [ center of Iluyes stroet to a point 10 feet east of the west line of lot 1, bloc'k 54, Compton-Heflin addi tion. Beginning at a point on the sanitary sewer in the center of Hunter street and the extended center of the alley 1st north of and parallel with itftle street; thence southward along the center of Hunter street to tho center of the Warrior road; thence eastward along the center of wild Warrior road to a .point 50 feet west of life west line of the Compton-Heflin ad dition; thence eastward parallel with aud 25 feet, south of the north line of Railroad street. Compton lief I hi addition to a point 40 feel west of the east line of lot 8, block 53. Compton-Heflin addition. Beginning at a point on the sanitary sewer in I.ornh boulevard 3 feet eust of the east line of tho Birmingham-Enaley survey; thence eastward along Lomb boulevard parallel to the center of same to the center of the alloy along the west boundary of the Compton-Heflin addltlou; t hence northward along the center of said uiiey to a point 8 feet south of the line of tho M. A. Wildsmith addition; thenco westward parallel with said south boundary of the Wildsmith addition i to the center line extended of the alley 1st west of und parallel with Smith street, in the Wlldamlth addition; tlieuce northward along tli€f center of said alley line extended and along said alley to a point 20 feet north of the south line of lot 7. block 2, of Wildsmith's addition; thence con tinuing northeastward along tho ■venter of said alley to tho west line of Smith street, Wildsmith addition; thence northeaiCjvard <u the northwest corner of lot 4, block 3. W'ldsmkth addition; thence northeast ward parallel t> ttier northwest line of sold lot, a distance of 70 leet. Beginning at a point on tho sanitary sewer in tho center of tho alley 1st east of und parallel with Smith street, Wildsmith addition, und 3 feet south of the south lino of the Wildsmith addition; thence northward along the center of said alloy iu a point 10 feet north of tho south line of lot 3, block 3. Beginning at a point ou the sanitary sewer In tho alley 1st cast of .Smith street arxl the center of Thomas street; thence east ward along the center of Thomas street to the center of tho alloy along tho west boundary of Compton -Heflin addition; thence northward along the center of said alley to the cen ter of the alley 1st uorth of and parallel with Catherine street; thence eastward along the center of said alley to a point 10 feet west of the east line of lot 8, block 62, Compton-Heflin addition. Beginning at a point on the sanitary sewer in the center of the alley along the west boundary of the Compton-lieflin addition and the center of the alley 1st north of and parallel with Marietta street; thence eastward along the center of Buld alley to a point 1U feet west of the east line of lot 8, block 51, Compton-Heflin addition. Beginning at a point on the sanitary sewer in the center of 24th or Broom street and 2 feet oast of tho line between lots 5 and 6. William Lytle addi tion; thence westerly along the center of 24th or Broom street to a point 4U feet eatt of Ebony street or 28th avenue. Beginning at a point on the sanitary sewer In tho center of the alley along the west boundary of Comp ton-HefJiu addition, 3 feet south of tho north line of lot 3, .Smith and McGlnsoy survey; thence west ward parallel to and 3 feet south from the north line of said lot 3. to u point 20 feet cast of the west line of suid lot 3, Smith and McUinsey's sur vey. SECTION 2. That said sewers shall be con structed with manholes and connections. In accord ance with full details, drawings, plans, specifications, surveys Rnd estimates on file In the office of tho City Engineer of the City of Birmingham, where property owners who *nuy be affected by said im provements may see and examine the same, to which reference is hereby made. Maid sewers and appurtenances are to bo con structed of brick and concrete masonry terra cotta pipe and Iron castings, as shown or described In said details, drawings, plans and specifications. SECTION 3. Tliat the said sewers are constructed for the purpose of druinlng the territory or area bounded ns follows:— Beginning at a point on the south property line of Louth boulevard at the east line of the Binning I tarn-Easley survey; thence eastward along the south line of Lornb boulevard to the center of the alley along the west line of the Compton-Heflin survey; thence northeastward to the southwest comer of lot, 2, block 48. Compton-Heflin survey; thence northward parallel to the west line of blocks 48 and 4», Compton-Heflin survey to tho south line of Josephine street; thence to the southwest corner of block 80. Compton-Heflin sub-dlvlsion; thence north ward along the west line of said block 60, and the sumo extended, to the southwest corner of block 51, Compton-Heflln; thence eastward along the south line of block 51. being the north property line of Marietta street, to the west line of Western avenue, Compton-llefllu; thence northward along said west Hue of Western avenue to the south Ibis of itailroad street, Compton-Heflln; thence west along the south line of itailroad street 2U0 feet; thence north purallel with Western avenue to the south west corner of lot 11. block 58. Compton-Heflln; them* westward nlong the south line of lota 12 and 13. block 53. Compton-Heflln, to the southeast corner of lot 14, block 53, Compton-Heflbi; thence northward along the east line of said lot 14 to the south line of Hayes street; Utence to the southeast comer of lot 7, Mary Martin surrey; thence south westward along tho north line of Hayes street to a point, 50 feet east from the west line of lot 8, Mary Mart hr survey; thence north parallel with said west line of lot 8, a distance of 100 feet; thence west ward parallel with Hayes street to tho west lino of lot 12. Mary Martin survey; thence northward along said west line of lot 12, to the northwest corner of same extended; thence westward along the north line of Pleasant or 23rd meet to the west line of Hunter street; thence northward along the west line of Hunter street parallel to and 155 feet east from the cast line of lots 1 and 2, block 1, Lytle's sub division, to the north line of 22ml or High street e.nuucu iiinino »C»lwail| UllClg 11)0 MOrill llna and the north line extended or High street to the east line of B<>x street or 27th avenue; thence southward along the east line of Box street or 27th nvonug to tho south line of the alley east und west through block GO, of tho Birmingham-Knsley survey; thence eastward along the center of said alley to the lino between lots « und 7, of Ruld block GO; thence south along the line between lots 18 and IP. of mild block 60, to the south line of said block 60; thence eastward along the south line uf same to tluf south east corner of said block; thence southeastwardly to the northwest center of block 2. l,\tlo addition to Blrmlngh.tm-Enalcy; thence southward along the west line or blocks 2. 3 and 4. William Lytle's addi tion to the south boundary lino of William Lytle’s addition; flumce eastward along said south boun dary lino and tho bume extended to the center of **»e light of way of the Birmingham Railway, Light «Sr Power company's South Lnsley lino; thence south eastward to a point on the west line or the north and > uth alley In biork 2, In WildMulth's addition, said point being on the extended line between lots 7 und 8. block 2. Wlldsmith’s addition; thence southweatwardly a distance of 221.5 feet along the northwest boundary of a trianglar lot abutting the alley Iti block 2. M A. Wildamith's addition, to the west corner o( said lot; thence southeastwardly along tho south boundary of suhl triangular lot to the center of the alley along the west boundary of the Wlldemlth addition and on the south boundary' line of huid addition; thence continuing southeast ward along the south boundary of the Wlldsmith addition to a point 50 feet west of tho east line of Section 5, township. 18. runge 3, west; thence south ward parallel to said section line. 50 fe«t from same, to a point 150 feet north of the north line of Lomb boulevard- thence westward parallel with aald north line of Lomb boulevard to the east line of the Blmilqgham-Ensley survey; thence southward along said east line of the Birmingham-Eiuiey sur vey to the point of beginning. SECTION 4. That tho cost of constructing the Improvements authorised by this ordinance shall be assessed and levied upon and against the lots or parcels of Land lying within the district drained by said sewers, and said assessments shall not ogceed the total cost of said Improvements. Provided, however, that no charge assessed upon and against spy lot or parcel of land drained by said sowers or any of them, shall be greater than the Increased value of such property by reason of the spec Id benefits derived from such Improvements. SECTION 5. That the estimated cost of said Im provements 1h $7900.00, and that the Board of Com missioners of the City of Birmingham will meet on the 3rd day of October, 1913. at the Council Cham ber of the City Hall at 3 o'clock p. m.. to hear any objections, remonstrances or protests that may be male against said improvements, the manner of making the same or the character of material io be used. Approved September 13, 1918. JAMES wLATHERLY, President Pro TVm, Board of CoomiUsionere, A. O. LANK, Commissioner. Attest: H. a. itYALL, City Clerk. Age-Herald, September 15-22. 191ft. HMMIMMMMMMIMMHMMMtMMtMMIMMMM*' NEGROES RAISE SUM FOR MILES COLLEGE Over $10,000 Subscribed—Closing Meeting Held Yesterday and Much Enthusiasm Displayed The Jubilee convocation, held by the annual conference of the .Colored Metho dist Episcopal church In Alabama, which has been In progress In this city sines Tuesday morning, resulted In the collec tion of more than $10,000, which will be applied to the needs of Miles Memorial college, the connectional school located In tills city. While the amount raised la considerably more than $10,000, exact fig ures will not be given out on account of tho contest between tho Alabama and Texas conferences, both states attempt ing to raise money for their educational work. The Birmingham district, of which Dr. James A. Bray is presiding elder, con tributed $1020, which was the largest amount raised by any district In the three conferences. Thirgood Memorial church, the Rev. Cl. W. Dinkins, pastor, gave $3tl, while tho Rev. John \Y. Ovel tres, pastor of tho Miles college church, raised the largest per capita collection of any pastor. The special committee reported $320. Bishop Williams brought $000. which ho had secured from personal friends, and Dr. N. C. Cleaves of Colum bia. 8. C„ brought $400, the gift of South Carolina negroes to tho school. Considerable enthusiasm marked the Sunday proceedings. Bishop Ellas of Holly Springs, Miss., preached a sermon at the morning sendee on tho theme, "A New Heart." In the afternoon, nt a platform mass meeting, discussing the general theme, "Tlie Negro’s Opportunity in American Civilization,’’ 10-minute addresses were made by several prominent negroes. W. T. Breeding, principal of the Cemetery Hill school, Montgomery, discussed the subject from tho angle of the public srhoolH; W. A. Bell, ex-president of Miles Memorial college, the youn# man’s op portunity; the Rev. 1’. W. Walls of St. John African Methodist Episcopal church, through Christian education. The convention came to a close lust night wdien Dr. N. C. Cleaves of Colum bia, S. C., preached on the theme. "Christ Cru'cltied, the Minister’s True Theme.” Bessemer News Bessemer, September 14.—(Special.) Miss Bessie Parker, who tor o num ber of years lias had charge of tho domestic science department of tho Bessjmer high school and who was re elected for tho ensuing term, has re signed her position here to accept one along the same lines near her home in the north. Bessemer lodge No. 458, A. F. and A» M. will hold a regular meeting tomor row night at which time a number oC important matters will he disposed of. Several applications will be acted on, Joe Brooks, a negro, was shot and killed this afternoon by Archer Reese, another negro, at Dolomite. The two men had a difficulty which Is said to have resulted in Reese pulling out a .82 special and firing on Brooks, tho bullet entering the left side and pass ing through his body. He died ins stantly. The No. I fire department made a, run to Sixth avenue between Eigh teenth and Nineteenth streets this morning about 7:30 o'clock, whers a small blaze was found on the house owned and occupied by Mr. A. T. Buck and family. The fire was of the roof varieties and was quickly extinguished, little damage, being done. The play which will be presented at an early date for tho benefit of the First Presbyterian church at Besse mer Is progressing well with the re hearsals. This play promises to bo one of the most unique affairs ever presented by local talent and has In its east some of the most popular young people of the city. Tomorrow the new $10,000 headquar ters of the Grand Benevolent associa tion. a local negro organization, will be formally opened. A bazar and car nival will be held beginning Monday and continuing through Wednesday night. The Ladles' Aid society of the First Baptist church will hold Its regular business meeting tomorrow afternoon at the usual hour. The Toadies’ Aid society of the Jones boro Baptist church will meet tomor ro wafternoon with Mrs. "W. 8. Bryant at 3 o’clock. CARDINAL COMMENTS ON POPE’S CONDITION O’Connell Declares Pontiff Appears Almost Completely Restored to Health and Strength Boston, September 14.—Cardinal O'Connell, who recently returned from n visit t* Romo, delivered a short ad dress In the Cathedral of the Holy Cross today In which he spoke of the pope's health. The cardinal said: "Our holy father enjoys wonderful vigor for one so e.dvanced in years, but especially with such tremendous bur dens to bear, with so many difficul ties to surmount and with so many dally trials to face. "During my stay in Rome he grant ed me various audiences and appeared almost completely restored to health and strength and had already begun ta «ake up bis work as usual."