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Industrial Leaders Make In spection of Interesting Iron, Steel and Pipe Works in District Prominent consulting engineers, mechanical engineers and economists of the United States, members of the American Society of Mechanical engineers en route to Muscle Shoals, following the society's annual con vention in Atlanta, constituted a large group of prominent visitors in Birmingham yesterday, and spent both morning and afternoon inspect ing the Industrial plants of the city. shrank H. Crockard, president of the Woodward Iron company, and local chairman of the American so ciety, with other prominent indus trial men of Birmingham including F. G. Cutler of the Tennessee com pany, formed a reception committee to conduct the visiting specialists through all the major industrial plants pointing out the vast de velopments along this line, and also showing them through the residen tial section of the city. The morning program was taken up with a detailed inspection of the American Cast Iron Pipe com pany, and blast furnaces of the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Rail road company, wth competent guides leading the party. Following luncheon for the guests a trip was taken through the Ensley steel works, the Fairfield works 'of the Tennessee company, American Steel and Wire company, and a ride through the various residenti- 1 dis tricts. A dinner was given at the Tutwiler at 6:30 in the evening. The new car works at Fairfield was also given a very thorough inspection in the course of the afternoon. Among the visiting industrial leaders were: Prof. C. B. LeFage. ■tandardizatlon committeeman of the ■ociety; Max Patitz, chief consulting engineer of the Allis-Chambers com pany, Milwaukee; Calvin Rice, secre tary of the society. New York; Ear nest Hartford, assistant secretary. New York; W. W. Macon, editor Iron Age, New York; George A. Orrik, consulting engineer of the New York Edison cimpany; Dr. W. H. Kemison, department engineer ing. Brown University; Prof. O. L. Jenkins, University of Cincinnati; Prof. Judd, University of Ohio; E. R. Smith, vice president Heine Boiler company, St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Ahara, the former chief engineer of the Dodge company, Mishawaka, Ind. Visiting members of the society left Birmingham at 11:30 last night for Muscle Shoals where in accep tance of an invitation from the gov ernment they will inspect Wilson clam, plant No. 2 and other points if interest. DONATION MADE FOR LABOR CONVENTION Gadsden. May 12.—(Special.)—At a meeting: of the board of directors of the local Chamber of Commerce a donation of $30 was made to the local . trades council, which will entertain ( the state meeting: of the Alabama fr *tate federation of labor in this city * on 15th apd 17th of this month when more than 200 delegates from the va rious locals in the state will be here. The meeting will be held in the Gads den theatre and a splendid program has been arranged for the entertain ment of the delegates while they are In the city during the three days. BESSEMER Th« Ajre-Herald nulltalM (PMiil r>> rr eon tat! re* In Be*—aaer for h*-iHt*g rormpondeac*, advoriliiac and «ak errlpt Ion*. Mr*. I. D. HcCoUan, corre spondent, receive* new* item*; phone IWeeemrr 1072. H. B. Walker. Realty boildlnc. manager of circulation. Bessemer, May 12.— (Special.) — 1 Forty new members were reported as having been gained since the last 'meeting of the Bessemer Chamber of Commerce at its meeting held last night. Other committee chairmen made interesting reports, among them being that of Dr. E. F. Lacey, chairman of the industrial commit tee, who reported a labor shortage in the Bessemer district. He stated that during the week be tween 160 and 170 men had been sent away from Bessemer and that a con tinuance of this condition would be felt in the Industrial development. The opening of the new mill at Fairfield was discussed and J. R. Vance offered the suggestion that the transportation committee Inves tigate the prospects of a connecting railway between Fairfield and the Ressemer district. The members of the Chamber of Commerce heaM a very Interesting speech on "Community Recreation" by Whitehead Klutz and a talk by Prof. R. W. Copeland on the work of the county schools. Prof. E. B. Irwin was also a guest at the meeting. Good reports from various commit tees of the organization were en thusiastically received. SpeHal Service* Rev. J. L. Mitchell, of Birmingham, will hold services at the Church of God on Sunday, May 14, morning and evening. ¥ Dr. Middleton S. Barnwell, of the Church of the Advent, will hold serv ices Sunday evening, at 8 o'clock, at Trinity church. In Bessemer. Dr. M. E. Melvin, field secretary for the Christian education for the southern Presbyterian church and directing the campaign, will speak et the morning service, Sunday, at the First Presbyferlon church. Mr. Paul Harris will address the young people of the church at the Christian Endeavor hour. Hike to Wont I.akf About sixty young: boys and girls with members of the Bessemer Bi cycle club rode in a body out to West Lake on Friday afternoon late, ac companied by Mr. and Mrs. .Tap Bryant. After enjoying games and receiving instruction as to the care of a bi cycle, given by Mr. Bryant, the party was served sandwiches and cold drinks by Mrs. Bryant, assisted by Mrs. V. G. Sullivan. The drawing for the $50 bicycle to be given away by Bryant Bros, will be macfe Saturday afternoon, at 5 o’clock, at their store, and Judge B. C. Jones will draw fne numbers. Still* raptured. Thief Deputy W. T. ICemp and W. TT Harrison captured a large still Friday morning near Bluff Ridge. The still was of 150-gallon capacity and of complete copper outfit. Be tween 400 and 500 gallons of beer mash were destroyed. Mother* and Daughter* Banquet Featured by a Targe attendance of mothers and daughters and by an elaborate program of songs, tableaux and talks, the “Mothers and Daugh ters Banquet” held last night at the First Presbyterian church under the auspices of the Federation of Auxil iaries was a distinct success. The long tables for the banquet were beautifully decorated with Dorothy Perkins roses in baskets and vases and the walls of the room were hung with sprays and clusters of these lovely blossoms creating a beautiful effect. * The program included the follow ing: “Otir Mothers.” Miss Gage Mor ton: “The Right Kind of a Moth er.” Mrs. George Waller: “The Ideal Daughter.” Mrs. Fred Denson; “Our Girls.** Miss Mabel Adams: “The HI-Y Club.” Mrs. J B. Morton; “Our Summer Camp.” Miss Marie Nord man: “How I Enojyed the Camp J*st Summer.” Mrs. F. O. Helller; ' The Objective of Our the Federa tion of Auxiliaries for Our Girls,” Mrs. Helller. One of the Interesting features of. the program was a pageant por traying motherhood arranged by Mrs. Annie Glenn Crowe in seven scenes as follows: "Infancy,” "The Baby Grows." "School Days,” "Her First Tarty." "The Sweet Girl Graduate," "The Bride" and "Gran ny." The children taking part were Claudia Mae Smith, Margaret Waller. <'arolyn Bradley, and Miss Iva Lead er, Miss Mary Mildred Woodrow and Mrs. W. A. Cochran and Mrs. E. M. Owens. A special reading by Miss Clara Mae Loveless, "The House Where Children Play" was of unusual inter et. Beautiful musical numbers con tributed by Miss Phyllis Waites ac companied by Mrs. Crowe were en* ojyed throughout the evening. The banquet was the outcome of growing interest in the girls work of the community and in the interest of provided recreational activity for the girls of the city through the summer, and the movement was dis cussed by a number of speakers. To Serve Dimer The white sale and dinner and supper which the members of the St. Agnes Guild have arranged for Saturday at the home of Mrs. W. L. Rush on Second avenue will be at tended by numbers of their friends. Dinner will be served from 12 to 2 o’clock and supper from 6 to 8. The white sale includes the dainti est hand made articles for Infants and children. On Sunday afternoon at the Busi ness Woman’s club at 4 o’clock and at 8 o’clock; Arthur A. Poissant will give two free lectures on Di vine Psychology, "How to Awaken Your Latent Powers’* and “How to Attract the Best to Yourself.” Pre ceding the lectures A. W. Douglas, of Washington, D. C. will give a character analysis and. a child inter pretation. Prnyer Serrlce The northside cottage prayer ser vice was held yesterday afternoon at the home of D. P. Stevens with Mrs. Ambrose leader for the afternoon. With the sifbject of "Opportunity” for the study the afternoon’s pro gram was very enjoyable. The meeting next week will be held on Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. D. Hampton on Seventh avenue, with Mrs. Stevens leader for the, meeting. Saturday Bridge Mrs. J. A. Little, of Bessemer, as sisted by Miss Mary Reynolds and Mrs. A. E. Patton will be the Sat urday afternoon hostesses at the Woodward Golf and Country club bridge party. The club is prettiest and most at tractive-at this time of the year and with ideal weather prevailing the Saturday afternoon party will likely be one of the largest of the spring season. Personal* Friends of Mrs. J. W. Davis will be glad to learn that she is* improving after a recent illness. T. J. Jones has returned from Florence where he was a delegate to the Masonic celebration. SEXTENCH NEC.HO Selma May 12.— (Special.)—Tom Sanders, negro, charged with the murder of Mattie Mobley, negress. on February 6, last, was found guilty of the charge and sentenced to life imprisonment at the Thursday ses sion of the circuit court. A plea of insanity was entered at the trial by his attorneys. Sanders will be trans ferred to the state penitentiary to begin his sentence sometime pext week, it was said by officials of the sheriff’s office. CALL MAIN As late as 8 P. M. tonight and get that Want Ad in Sun day *s paper. If you do it will be put under the proper classifi cation. As The Age-Herald is the most widely read Sunday newspaper in Alabama, you are al most assured of instant results. For quick action, for decisive action, use Age Herald classified ads. Most people do, not only because they are quickest, but they bring re sults. Remember You Can Phone It In Main 4900 As Late As 8 P. M. New Transmission Line to Be Erected Montgomery, May 12.— (Special.)— Danger of Birmingham being thrown ! into darkness for any long period will be eliminated when the Alabama Power company completes the con struction of its third transmission j line from Lock 12, a certificate of convenience and necessity for which was granted by the public service I commission today. The petition was filed several days ago. No protest was made and the commission granted it today follow ing public notice. The company pro ; poses to construct the line without | delay. When completed there will be three lines from Lock 12. each taking a dif i ferent position and eliminating all l uncertainty about the destruction of the lines by storms. The newest line will take a direct course from ; Lock 12 to Leeds. WITHDRAWS FROM HACK Montgomery. May 12.—(Special.) — L M. Moseley of Union Springs has withdrawn from the race for judge of the Third judicial circuit in oppo sition to Judge J. S. "Williams, incum bent. Notice of the withdrawal was received by the secretary of state to day from Mr. Moseley who requested that his name be not placed on the ballot. PIONEER WOMAN DIBS Gadsden, May 12.— (Special.)— Mrs. Naomi Carter, the wife of J. M Carter, died today at the age of 79 years, after an illness that lasted several weeks. Mrs. Carter was a splendid woman and was among the pioneers of the county. She leaves her husband and several grown chil dren. LEGAL NOTICES L NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the under signed, In accordance with the resolution of the board of directors of the May Bros. Graphite company, and pursuant to the written consent of the stockholders of said company will on the 16th day of May. 1922, up to i o'clock p. tn- In the office of the company at No. 1006 Starks Bldg.. Louisville. Ky., receive bids aVd accept the highest and beat bid offered for the following described personal and real es tate belonging to the May Bros. Graphite company, said personal property being de scribed m follows: About 600 sacks No. 2 graphite about 100 aacka of apeclal graphite and 100 sacka of graphite dust. The real estate offered hereunder Is de scribed an follows: N. W. 14 of S- W. V4. E. V4 of S. W. V4 (minerals of all kinds only S. W. V* of S. W. V*) Section 16, Township 20, Range 7, known as May Bros.’ Plant. Also N. W. Vi of S. E. Vi. S. W. * of N. E. *4, Section 16, Towrnnhip 20. Range 17, and known as Southern Star Plant, all situate In Clay County, Alabama. Also one brick warehouse situate In the town of Ashland, Alabama, and bounded on the north and cast by streets and on the south and west by railroad. All machinery equipment and appurtenances Incidental to graphita mining and milling, together with all mineral and surface rights In cluded. Persons desiring to Inspect the property will be served by our Mr. Ray on the premises. Property may be reached by taking the A.f B. A A. railroad out of Birmingham to AlTHand. and by vehicle about rive miles to the property. JHds will be received upon the above property, and it will be offered for sale on said date separately and aa a whole, the under signed reserving the right to accept such bids m bring the highest price for all of the above described property. MAY BROS. GRAPHITE COMPANY, by EDW. J. MILLER, Secretary and Treasurer. BANKRl'PTCY NOTICE To the respective creditors of the here inafter named bankrupts: Notice la hereby given that In the United States dlatrlet court for the northern district of Ala bama, the following named persona were I duly adjudicated bankrupt on the day | following their respective names, to-wlt. Southern division: 19048, Golson's Cloth ing Co. of Birmingham, Ala., May 11, 1922. 19061. O. W. Wilfork of Brighton, Ala.. May 8, 1922. 19063. Will Winters of Bessemer. Ala.. May 9. 1922. 19066, John Avery of Birmingham. Ala., May 10. 1922. 19067, W. P. 'h :wton of Birmingham, Ala., May 11, 1922. 19069, It. L. Barnes of Fairfield, Ala., May 12. 1922. That In each of the said cases the first meeting of the creditors will be held at my referee's office at Birmingham, Ala . May 23, 1922, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the f«rf-aoop., at which time the respective creditors of the said respective bankrupts may attend, prove j,helr claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and trans act such other business as may properly come before the said bankrupt. EDMUND H. DRYER. Referee in Bankruptcy. NOTICE No. 9389—State of Alabama vs. One Five-Passenger Ford Automobile, License No. 07331, Motor No. 6498036, Model No. 22. Circuit Court, Tenth Judicial Cir cuit of Alabama. In Equity: By virtue of a decree heretofore ren dered In the above styled cause on the 6th day of May, 1922, I. Hunter Arm strong, register of the circuit court. Tenth Judicial circuit of Alabama, shall pro ceed to sell at public outcry to the high est and best bidder for cash in front of the courthouse door of Jefferson county. Ala., at Birmingham, on Wednesday, ,M*: 24, 1922, wlthvln the legal hours of sale, the following described automobile, to wlt: One 6 passenger Ford automobile, license No. Of331, motor No. 6498036, model No. 22. to satisfy said decree. Witness this the 12th day of May. 1922. HUNTER ARMSTRONG, Register. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Plana and specifications for school building at Lipscomb, Jefferson county, Ala., may be had at the office of D. O. WhiUdin, architect, 601-2 Title Guarantee Bldg. BOARD OF EDUCATION, JEFFERSON COUNTY. THE AGE-HERALD RATES Alabaau'i Greatest Newspaper Complete Associated Press Dispatches Daily Exclusively Suftday Classified Advertising CASH IN ADVANCE One time, per line.18 Three consecutive Insertions, per c 1,n« . 4* oeven consecutive insertions, per line ..11 No classified advertising accepted for less than 40 cents. Count six words to the line, 14 lines to inch. Notice to diseontinue ad must be riven in writing. TELEPHONE SERVICE Telephone jrour orders and we will ac cept jour ad over the telephone, charge *t to you at the regular rate, and send bill the following morning:. Call Main 4000 and ask for Want Adv. Dept. ANNOUNCEMENTS A LOST AND FOUND 4 LOST—ONE BLACK HORSE MULE, ONE BLACK MARE MULE, WEIGHING ABOUT 1,100 POUNDS EACH; ALSO ONE SMALL BROWN-SPOTTED PONY; STRAYED FROM 314 2D AVE. REWARD IF RE TURNED. PHONE MAIN 285. LOST—Waterman fountain pe'n somewhere near Boyles shops. Finder please return ! to Paul Harris, Jr., 2112 4th I Ave., N. Phone Main 2976. I Reward. LOST—On South Ensley car. sandlewood fen tan sticks and black satin at top. Kinder pleaae return ae fan belonged to my mother. Reward. Ensley 3$o-J. STRAYED—Tuesday, female alredale puppy, called Betsy. Return to 3819 Crescent Road, Mountain Terrace. Re ward.____ STOLEN—Night May Tf. coop 20-odd Barred Rocke; wire coop, lid gone; $10 for satisfactory information. .1. p. Morgan, R. K. D. 4. Birmingham. LU8T---Wednesday. diamond ring, “gold band with platinum rim around soli taire; two small diamonds on each aide. Reward for return to F. M. Lynch Jew elry store. ; LOST—About tit if you don't buy one of my ttt suits. Purs wool, wonderful values. Marc LLt. I til 1st Aw, l GST—Just lit if you don’t buy one of my MS suits. Pure wool and wondorful values Mare Lina, lfll 1st Ave. ►'uUNI>—Th. but lit «3ta la S «B* Ui m. ym. it. Mu. Liu, 1111 lu AM ANNOUNCEMENTS __ BUSINESS PERSONALS HIGHEST PRICES Paid for old clothes and shoea. 1C7 8t. N. Main 17«. KANSAS CITT WAFFLE HOUSE Hot wafflss at all hours; good eats for Imi monsy. Quick servlca. 1104 I a. AVE. MAIN 1«. MIS. ANNOUNCEMENTS 7 " THE SPECIAL MESSENGER SERVICE Phone Main 36. delivers notes and parcel* to all parts of city for 10c. 15c. 20c. 25c, > 35c and 66e. 423 N\ 23d St. AUTOMOBILES B AU TOf O B ILES FOR S ALE 8 LIBERTY S I X Special offering in a good Liberty Six Touring car, 1920 model; top and upholstery fine; good tires; good mechanical condition. We consider this car an excellent value at our price of $500. We will take a good Ford or Dodge Brothers car as part Payment. Liberal terms to a reliable buyer. BROWNELL AUTO CO., Inc. REAL VALUES FORD—1920 MODEL; MOTOR •J U S T O V B R H A U I. K I>; EQUIPPED WITH HELP START ER, DECKER LOCK STKEHINO WHEEL. GOOD PAINT, TOP. X PHOL3TERY AND « GOOD TIRES .|S7» O V E R I, A N D SEDAN—1920 MODEL. ATTRACTIVE MA CHINE; PRETTY CPHOLSTERY, A -1 MECHANICAL SHAPE, SPLENDID ENGINE, PRACTI CALLY NEW CORD TIRES ALL AROUND; LOOKS AND RUNS LIKE NEW ..|660 CLEVELAND SIX—PIR8T-CLARS MECHANICAL CONDITION; LOOKS FINE, GOOD CURL) TIRES ALL AROUND; *660: MIGHT TAKE TORD IN TRADE. NATIONAL — 1920 TOURINO: THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED AND IN GOOD CONDITION ME CHANICALLY AND OTHER WISE; looks and runs like NEW; $1,100. SMALLER CAR CONSIDERED IN TRADE. ♦TRUCKS—ALL MAKES, MODEL AND CAPACITIES; *60 UP. EAST TERMS CRUSE-CRAWFORD MFG. CO. 2201 AVENUE B. MAIN 7000 FORDS!FORDS!FORDS! SATURDAY SPECIALS 1911 TOURING—Good tir««, paint; runs good.$95 1920 TOt'RTNG—Good tire*, top and upholstery, Just overhauled; bargain .$255 1 91S LIGHT DELIVERY TRUCK --Self-starter new tires, panel body; runs fine .. . .$195 1922 TOURING—Self-starter, good tire*, shock absorbers, runs and looks like new car; don’t miss this one at .. . .$396 AND MANY MORE All overhauled and in very good mechanical condition. Liberal Terms CRAWFORD’S AUTO SHOP 2227 FIRST AVE. PHONE MAIN 4391. CHEVROLET 1921 499 model, in perfect condi tion; practically brand new tlrea; new top, etc.; mechanically O K. runs like a brand new car. SPECIAL PRICE .$176 SEE US FOR USED CARS. EDWARDS MOTOR CO. 1929 3D AVE. MAIN4045 FORDS—FORDS—FORDS Be sure to see our Used Fords before you buy. HANNA MOTOR CO. 2124 Ave. C. Main 500 DODGE ROADSTER—$450 In food mechanical condition; has food top and paint and 6 good tirea; easy ‘ SCOUTEN MOTOR CO. 408 8. 21et Bt. _Main JB FORD—Roadster, 1921 model; has shock absorbers, demountable wheels; owner has no further use for same; price, $275. Call Main 9414-J._ OAKLAND—Roadster, in perfect condi tion; new paint, food tires and top; a 1 pick-up, $175. Ewart-Brevrer. 429 S. _21st_ St.__ FORD—1921 6-passenger. in first-class condition; a real bargain for $276. Call Owner. Main 2414-J._%_ HAVE 6-passenger Fori 1920 model; will swap for good ptand~and some used furniture. Phone Mias Hall. Main 4900. LIBERTY SIX—There's a difference. If a used Liberty Is not advertised In this paper, see us for a new one. DeShaso Motor Co.. 404 S. Slat Bt. Main 1761. USED CARS—If It's a used car bargain . you want, we have It. Pryor Motor Co.. ISO S. 91st St Main 100. WILL SELL new f9.690 sedan for 91.600 if taken today; will not consider trade; cash only. 926 S. 19th 8L AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES 9 alto PARTS—Used parts for nearly any make or model; new differential gears end axle shafts. 20 to 60 per cent off factory list. Ureenburg Auto Wrackin'? Co. 12th St. and Sd A vs.. N. Main 1241. PARTS for most any make automobtie; ..wins from 20 to SO n«r cent. eaving from 20 tc. 90 per cent. ALABAMA J6UTO WRECKING CO. • 12 8. Slat St. Main 0901. PARTS—All kinds ot parts for any make of car. Southern Auto Wr^’aing Co., 1429 St*. Ave. N. Main *6'.*-_ SERVICE STA.—REPAIRS 11 TIRE AND TUBE REPAIR—You try the rest, now try the best. Lovoy Tlrs and Vul. Shop, 104 8. 20th St. Main 9396. FORD SERVICE—Our service Is guaran teed to give satisfaction. Crawford's Auto Shop, 6626 lot Ave. Mala 4991. AUTOMOBILES B AUTOMOBILES FOR KENT 12 H RENT A NEW FORD—Drivs It yournlf. pat by the mil*; Insurance and road service. Drive It Yourself Co.. 1701 2d Av*. MrId.1 7 T. BUSINESS SERVICE C CONTRACTING & BUILDING 18 NOWS th. ttln.; don't D. .low; our pbon. I. M.ln 6290; watch our Mirvlca. If. th. host; >11 wo oak i. a ilttl. taal; brick, sand, ceinsnt. plaster, roofing, tins lining, etc. Tiger brand finishing lime. R. A. McJueod Plastering Co.. 16lb 1st A vs.___ CLEAN'G, DYE'G, ALTER’G 19 OLUCK'8 HAT CUBAN 1NO CO. Hat. Ol.un.d. Ulock.d, Katrlmm.d. Garments Cleaned. Repaired, Altered. _JJAjL8dL Avo* Phone Main 2171. MISCELLANEOUS SERVICE 40 Public Stenographer-Typist MARY VIRGINIA TUCKER _:.<i st. _ Main 63S0 CAPACITY 100 fountain pens repaired dally; service store of the south; all makes of fountain pens and pencils re paired regardless Condition. Send your pen tocluv; returned the same day re ceived. \Vh carry all makes of foun tain pens and pencils. A. O. Yoe's Jewelry and Novelty Store, Northslde. Talladega, Ala. EDUCATIONAL D BUSINESS COLLEGES 44 SHORTHAND—Both Greg« and Sloan Duployan shorthand taught at Wheeler Business College. 8e salons day and night. Call, write or phone for 14th an nual catalog.___- ' EMPLOYMENT E HELP WANTED—MALE_49 MALE STENOGRAPHER—Want ed, man who la competent to manage office; must state expe rience, ago and salary In first letter; this Is an exceptional op portunity with a national organi sation for the right man. Ad dress M -65, Care Age-Herald. STENOGRAPHER Wanted, young man about 25 years of Hge. with at least two years’ expe rlence; must be able to furnish good references and be efficient in his work. For further information, call at 403 Empire Bldg. _ i; i * rv. u’v bridge carpsntsra. Two carpenter foremen. White dairy hand. White or colored stone mason. Young lady cashier. White man vegetable cook. Colored prosser. Maids, cooks, others. Producers' Agency, 2117 Va 2d Ave., N. BANK CLERK Wanted, experienced bank clerk; young man who has had several years' practi cal banking experience; must be able to use Hurroughs machines; furnish good references and be available at ouce. For further Information call at 4 D i Empire Bldg._t_ CIV1I. service examinations May, June; vacancies, f 120 monthly; age, J8 up ward; experience unnecessary; for frue list positions now op«Mi. Write It. Terry (Former Civil Service Examiner). 133 Continental Itldg., Washington, l'. C. WA.NTIOL- -Men. loarn barber trade; tuition, $26; haircut. 26c; shave, lOo. Free haircut and shave In rear room. Students can earn more than tuition If they learn at I>avls Uarber College, 121 Vi N. 21st St. BILL CLERK Wanted, young man at once, with expe rlence in billing steel and iron; must give good references. Call at 403 Em phrs Bldg._ WANTED At Lathrop, neai Reform, Ala., young man stenographer to learn lumber business, nfust bo uble to take dictation, write and spell correctly. Ap ply Lathrop Lutnbei Co., Lathrop, Ala. Public Stenographer-Typist MARY VIRGINIA TUCKER 207 N. 21st st Main 6010 NEWS AGENT WANTED Apply Crescent ws and Hotel lo.. 1913 Morris A vs. AGENT on railroad trains. Union News Co.. Terminal Station. HELP WANTED—FEMALE SO iTaDT barbers wanted at once; new shop. R. L. Whatley. 107 1st « l’henlx City, ' I MUNICIPAL-FEDERAL Pros Employ ment itureau; third floor city halL Main 7040._ HfcLP WANTED— Male. Female 61 WANTED—A first-class stenographer to go to work Monday, May 16, at 8 a. m.; working hours, 8 hours per day and noon Saturdays; salary, $15 per week, chance if competent and satisfactory for an early raise; office 4n private resi dence, but plenty shade and delightfully cool; must, bring own lunch. Address Immediately, J-64, Care Age Herald. MEN. WOMEN i*. over, wanting govern ment position; hundreds appointments made every year; good salary; experi ence unnecessary. Write for free par ticulars. Columbia School Civil Service. 36 I’ope Hldg., Washington, P. CL_ SALESMEN WANTED 53 SALESMEN—Wanted, to represent old established Chicago firm In the states of Mississippi. Alabama and Georgia; straight commission; no advance, if you are a real salesman you can earn from $600 up per month; extensive di rect advertising. Ask for T. J. Clayton, Molton hotel, .Saturday 10 to 2, Monday in to 0ALART. expense*, bonus. Salesman must be Intelligent, conscientious, hard worker, to represent a reliable and well established company; to insure prompt interview, give age. past sales expe rience. references and phone number; prefer mature salesman, experienced in selling the consumer. Write fully. Ad dress E-64. Care Age Herald. hoys' Ironall overalls sweeping country like wildfire; thousands of merchants already handling pocket sample; big commission, lightning seller; write quick. Ironalls._ Cincinnati. O._ WANTED—Salesman. $100 and commis sion to sell guaranteed cord and fabric tires, direct from ffcetory at lowest prices. Goodstock Tire Co., 1106 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. FINANCIAL F BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 57 LAW PROFESSOR, with Yals X>. C. I* decree, has complete law correspon dence course for sale; one-half regular rate; no books required; anyone may enroll; time payments allowed; degree obtainable; invaluable business train ing; complete local bar preparation for, each nepatate mate; rare opportunity. Address Pox 1*37, Yale Station, Mew Haven, Conn. __ ! DRUG STORE—Town in Georgia; sails average $1,250 monthly; chance for im provement; selling account health, In vestigation invited; easy terms. South irn Business Exchange, Empire Bldg. FOR SALE—From owner, lunch room and Coney Island stand; no agents. Address b-64, Care Age-Herald._ ROOMING HOUSE for sale; newly -fur nished rooms; good stand for business. _1616 6th Avs._ _INSURANCE__ go TORNADO—May strike at any time. Be Insured, $1,000 only coats you $6 for 3 years. Call Main 2774. McGedver Insurance Agency. <06 Farley Bldg, MORTGAGE LOANS 81 $12,000 TO LOAN on Improved real es tate in Birmingham; first mortgage; money on hand, no delay. T. W. Quinn, Moiton Realty Co., 20214 3d Ave. Main I #18. REAL ESTATE LUANS-Ai low ae « per cent on up-to-date homes in Greater Birmingham. Jackson Securitise Co.. Ill N. 31st St. Mala 7$.___ _ REAL ESTATE—Loana ob flrat mortgage at 7 and 8 per cent. Heniey-Spurgeoo Realty Co. 833 N. 21st St. Mala 13$Q. REAL ESTATE2—We negotiate loans and sell real estate. McCunnuil-White-Terry. 2026 2d Ave. MONEY TO LOAN 62 SALARY LOANS Men and Women lowest rates Employees Loan Society 606 Lyric Bldg. Phone Main <376. Open Mon.. Wed.. Sat, evenings to I o'clock. $10 TO $50 •‘LOASS TO THE MAN WHO WORKS’ NO SECURITY—No PUBLICITY SMALL QUICK LOANS STRICTLY CON FI DEN'i’l A L OFFICE HOURS 9 A. M. TO 7 P. M. STANDARD CREDIT CO. 405 American Trust Bldg._ MONEY TO LOAN Have some Immediately available funds for good real estate mortgage loans, charges reasonable. Jerome Tucker, 207 N. 2 1st St. Main 6980._ _ Black Loan Corporation, Inc. Loans on Indorsed notes, hoi sehold goods, or anything of value. 204 Clark Bldg. Main f66L $600 UP on first mortgage In Jefferson i county; mortgages bought. 8. E. Thompson. 30$ Tills Quarantee Bldg;. FINANCIAL F MONEY TO LOAN 62 LOANS NEGOTIATED BARCLAY & CLAUGHTON HEAL ESTATE A INS. CO. _1008 AMERICAN TRUST BLDG._ LIVE SlUCK & SEEDS G HORSES— CATTLE—V'H'CL’S 67 ! A 8 I NS \ TH >N 1L r K i > PTER Marjory | Hllllnl, chestnut mare, 7 years old, .lam by Jersey Wilks, ulster ot Soprano l (2:03*4), Blnlngton (2:04*4), Marta Bellini (2:06*8). Bred by D. T. Cole. Gretna Farm, Wheaton, III. Ready to race. Will sell her; 16 2; weight 900 pounds; great form and action; fine disposition. Come see tills one. .1. C. C. Boggs. Athens, Ala. Pedigree furnished. FOR SALE JERSEY COW WITH YOUNG CALF, GIVING 4 GALLONS OF' MILK. PER DAY. FJES At SONS, 2D ! _AVE. AND 16TH ST. __ SEEDS AND PLANTS_ 71 j PORTO RH’O POTATO and tomato plants r«*<\y now, express, 31.10 per 1,000. prepaid mall or express. 31.60 per 1,000, vine cuttings ready in June, eat ; iafactlon or money returned. E. A. God MERCHANDISE H _ARTICLES FOR SALE 72 TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE Experienced. Prompt. Low Prices Ernest W. House, T. D., Mgr. Suite 408 Farley BIdg._Main 133i._ SUNDSTRAND adding machines and cash ( register; Corona typewriters, rebuilt typewriters, all makes; carbons, ribbons i anti repairing. 404 N. 20ih St. Phone 48N. Old Dutch Ribbon & Carbon Co. AUCTION SALES 73 AUCTION! AUCTION! * AUCTION! AUCTION! I will sell Monday, May 16, 10:30 a. m., at 213 N. 24th at.. 60 refrigerators, 60 j A xm ins ter and Brussels 8x12 rugs, 26 gas stoves and ranges, 15 coal ranges, j t> combination coal and gas ranges. 26 cook stoves, 36 heating stoves, wicker settees and rockers, dressers, tables of all kinds, kitchen and china cabinets, buffets, wardrobes, dishes and lots of other things too numerous to mention; tho above articles are all practically new; slightly damaged by smoke and water; sule rain or shine, 6o linoleum rugs 8x12. W. T. Parker, Auctioneer. , BUSINESS EQUIPMENT 74 CASH registers, showcases, scales. Iron j safes, Ice boxes, butchers' coolers. 1 electric meat choppers. Southern Store i and Fixture Co., 414 N. 21st St. Mum _6128. _ __ BUILDING MATERIAL_75 FOR SALE—One pair of large French doors, $12. Call Miss Brown, Main 4900. ~~GOOP THINGS TO EAT 76 CHERRIES! CHERRIES 30 ACRES 30 ACRES ,We Have Cherries for Everybody Our young 30 acre Cherry orchard fa loaded from tho ground up wit it rich, red. ripe cherries; 35 for a tl gallon crate; send cash with order. RAINEY BROTHERS comM B1A, TENN.__ CAtidlML'H t'AF'lu —Meet me thers. 'i'ney S«f > gcod meal for less money. 2120 6th A>„. N. HOUSE HULL) GOODS 78 SAVE THE BABY OUR SCREENS WILL PROTECT HIM FROM THB DANGER OF BURNING ROUT PROWELL novo co. toil THIRD AVAL MOOD A WHEELER'S 2D AVO. STORB^* 2207 7 1 Av«„ ■eoond hand furniture bought and eold. Alain 8041._ MACHINERY SO FOR HALE MACHINERY OF ALL GOOD KINDS, CliAS. J. GEOHEOAN MACHINERY CO. ll_8. 20ti» st.. Birmingham, Ala. JVVEARING APPAREL 85 ODD TROUSMRb—*-LargOlt assortment la the city; lowest prices; all wool aerge trouser*. 18.98. Maro Linz, 1911 First _Ave. _ WANTED TO BUY 86 TtYtT I)T TV Second hand clothes, WHl -L>U X Shoes. 2118. 2d Ava Phone 1681._ ROOMS AND BOARD I ROOMS WITHOUT BOARD 87 FOR RENT—Furnished room in modern apartment, adjoining bath. Bouthslde. All conveniences. Lakevlew and High land^ Ave. cars pass door. Main 7177._ HIGHLAND AVR.—Two front rooms furnished in mahogany, adjoining bath; desirable home; very reasonable. Main <588.__ _ HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 87X CLOSE IN. downstairs light housekeep ing rooms; reasonable; water, lights and phone._Main 7785. __ ROOMS WITH BOARD 88 FRONT room, with board; high corner lot; beautiful location; $70 per couple; room and 3 meals per day. i600 10th _Ave., S.__ ___ 412 N. 2 2d St.—Nicely furnished rooms with board; close to cars, ail conveni ences; walking distance, gentlemen only. ___ 11TH avi... 8. 1110 T wo Large, nicely furnished front rooms; modern oon i ve_nlencee with or without board. M. 8169. j NICELY furnished room, with good tabi* board; price reasonable; steam heat , _822 H. 20th It.__ FURNISHED front room; board if d«- j sired; South Highlands Jitneys. Main - 4626-L3. LOVELY room, adjoining bath, ideal lo cation; meals, garage. Phone Main 7988._ SOUTH8IDE—Wanted, young man to board In modern, private home; break fast and <:30 dinner. Phone M. 4609-J. REAL ESTATE—RENT J APARTMENTS AND FLATS 92 WHAT are your rent receipt* for the l&at five yeare worth to you now? The aamo money would have paid for a little home. Let ua ahow you our plana. Call M. 4690, W. D. Wood Lumber Co..- 8 th ave. and 13th at. N.^_ FOR RENT—Enaley Highlands, choice 3-room apartment, 3008 Lnsley avc., $25 per month. Colo-Graham R. E. & I. Co., Enaley.___ BUSINESS PROP. FOR RENT 93 STORES FOR RENT Immediate Possession Grade floor atore on 4th ave., be tween 19th and 20th ata.; size 25x140; owner will rent In ita present condition or will put in modern front to auit desirable tenant, price governed by amount pf money expended by owner; will make attractive lease on this to first-class tenant. 210 N. 18th st.. 20x90. being alley corner store, facing 18th st. in Florence Hotel building. 1628 3d sve., 20x70, modern front, cement floor, ateam heat; excellent location for any amall business; price, only $75 per month. Small frame store at No. 2427 Ave. F; excellent for sandwiches and soft drinks; price, only $22 per month. For Information about these and other small stores, see MOLTON REALTY CO. 2028 3d Ave. Main 3618. RESORT FOR LEASE One of the best summer resorts in Alabama, eight different kinds of water and a delightful place. See Frank A. Robertson INGRAM LAND CO. 312 Umpire Bill*. Matnll37. FACTORY BUILDING For rent, factor.' building. 2-story brick building. 50x100. suitable for mattress, overall or broom factory, in fact, a good clean, well lighted, substantial small factory building, convenient to car line and paved street; at a low rental; can give attractive long lease. Cole Graham R. E. & I. Co. Ensley f REAL ESTATE—RENT J HOUSES FOR RENT 98 FOR RENT ^-room apartment, Norwood, private bath .*45.0# 10 rooms, 625 1st Av«„ West End. . 50.0$ 9 room*. 1756 Pearson Ave., West End . 50.00 6 room*. Grady St.. West End, partly furnished . 60.00 8 rooms and sleeping porch, east of 20th St., S.90.00 3 rooms. Cotton Avd West End, bath, etc.15.00 Sudduth-Mathews Realty Co. 130 N. 21st St. Main 6 4 90 FoK RENT— Furvfshed home. June 1 to September 1, 8-room house, large, shady lot. very best community. See \V. 1C. Coxc, 912 Adams St.. Oraymont. OFFICES FOR RENT 99 FOR RENT—-One-half of desirable of fice with use of phone, in First Na tional Hank Bldg. Address X-ll, Care Age -Herald__ REAL ESTATE—SALE K FARMS AND LAND FOR SALE 99 SHADER MOUNTAIN 20 ACRES; SPRING; CAN PIPE WATER INTO HOUSE: BEST OFFER GETS IT. CALL MAIN 91. FARM BARGAIN 119-acre farm, I r Ashvllle, Ala.. St. Clair county; 60 acre,! rich bottom cultivation, 69 acres fine virgin timber; good pasture; fronts pike mad, cash or easy terms, consider exchange. Eborn Realty Co.. 316 Era plre Bldg. Main 8173. HOUSES FOR SALE 100 WOODLAWN New 6-room bungalow with city conveniences. This is a real bar gain for $2,760. Will take lot as first payment; rest like rent. EAST LAKE New R-room bungalow, hardwood floors; in fact, modern to the minute; this is a real bargain for only $3,250; terms to suit, pur- i chaser. SIIADYSIDE Four-room bungalow with city conveniences, on high elevated lot; this la a snap for $1,800. $100 cash, balance $20 per month. ROEBUCK SPRINGS Nlcs 4 room bungalow, hardwood floors. In fact, has ail city con veniences. 2 acres of land, chicken house, coal house, servant house and other outbuildings. This is a real bargain. EAST LAKE TRUCK FARM Nice 6-acre tract at a real bar gain; $2,260; terms arranged to •’lit purchaser. If interested see W. T. BROWN WITH LIDE LAND CO. 11 N. 21st St. Viaduct. Alain 109 SOUTH HIGHLANDS A I room horn® on St. Chari*® St., furnace. garage. servant houae. e*tra large. beautiful lot; some repair® needed and It will be a fine home; sacrificed at $6,260, about 11.000 cash necessary to get this bargain. WM. F. JOHNSON. VICE PRES. MESSER-JOHNSON REALTY CO., Inc. 216 N. 21at St. Main 1467 .Residence Main 3416 FOREST PARK Modern, palatial. 7-room bungalow; oak floors throughout; built-in tub with ahotver; tile.bath auil porch, tapestry brick and cut stone finish, mantel tft celling a work of art; fine chandeliers; elegantly papered; large cedar closets; newest style shades. large cement basement with hot wafer heat; this la one of the beat; an Ideal home, price re duced from 611,600 to $10,600 fur quick sale; a bargain; If yon wish the finest Inspect It; high lot. choice of Forest Park; large garage on rear. Apply to H. M. ROBERTSON 2026 lat Ave. Main 269* COUNTRY CLUB New 6-room bungalow. fine porches, large rooms, tile bath, built in tub, pedestal lavatory, beautiful decorations. fine fix tureg, garage, wonderful bargain at $10,760; will take good vacant, lot or auto an part payment. Teatmau, Pill 4, Smith. 2103 lat Avenue. NORWOOD—Bargain in bungalow, de scription. living room, nice and cheery; dining room large and light; breakfast room large enough for small family, \ (lining room, kitchen, plenty of light, 3 nice bed rooms with plenty of closet space; hardwood floors throughout; tile hath and Areola heat; if this answers to the description of your ideal home, see me, because l say the price is right, John M. Carr, Jem Ison A Co. (Inc), Main 6210, Exclusive AfinU. JEROME TUCK'” Realtor SALES. 1-OANS. UXXl ). APPRAICALfl. _?07 N. 21ST 8T.__ MAIN ■ Mf, EAST* BIRMINGHAM—-Four- j . butf ga low, 49th St., $2,000, $26' V .month. Kborn Realty, 316 E. ; . i*. " Main 817X._ ANYWHERE—Iiuild your own r n « plans; we can relieve building ••everything from foundation t ney top" carried In stock; rl/>. Call Main 4960 for rspresenta v »>, Wood Lumber Co.. 6th Avs. SL. N. ENSLEY HIGHLANDS—Moder *roon» bungalow; Terrace Court, condition; unencumbered; $4 cash, $36 month; easily ren (..» month. Eborn Realty Co., 31 Bldg. Main 8173. $150 CASH And 140 per month for H2 mor. i buy* new bungalow, Woodlawn. Eber 1st Avo. Main 7601._ NORWOOD BARGAINS—Six-roo $3,500; terms; 6-room, modern bunga low, Norwood boulevard, $7,C u -■%*. terms. Modern 6-room b g»W western Norwood, $5,250; $60 «. balance will arrange. Eborn vt Co., 316 Empire Bldg. Main ‘ ; p FOR KENT—9-room residence, 1 l>y ave.. South Highland*. Eborn Re Empire Bldg. M. 8173. MODERN bungalow; if taken tod for $1,600 cash; has mode „u« veniences, block car line; near 14 th ave., North Highlands. Eborn Realty Co., 31 o_Empire Bldg. Main 8173. LOTS FOR SALE 101. EDGEWOOD A wonderful pick-up for the pros pective buyer; lot 67^4x157^; ad vantageous to water, lights and telephone, high, dry and beauti ful; fa*'** car line. R. G. H. B., care Age-Herald. LOTS FOR SALE Five Trotwood Park iota for sale, near 76th St., East Lake; all lots on one plot or land; will s*»ll cheap. Phone Mam 3661 or Main 67S2-W._ | REAL ESTATE WANTED 102 WANTED EAST OF 20TH ST. South of Highland Ave.. 8 room, modern home. client will pay $10,000 cash. KEN DRIC K-CHAM BLESS REALTY CO. 1 SO7 Jefferson County Bank Bldg. Main 2780 HOMES—We nave customer*' tor home* tl all parte of Birmingham; hot your prop* •rty wl'ft im; w. wHt «!■»• raaaltk Montsom.ry R. ». * lu Ca. IM X Slat Su Mala IIU.