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General Harrison's Ar+tcles
Explaining; “This Country of Ours,”
will begin in tlie next issue of
10 Cents on ail News-stands
The Curtis Publishing Company
"S'o'U. Can’t. Improve Seme THiaa^s.
That’s exactly the case with our Old ha
dlM’ Comfort Bhoes. which are so easy and
comfortable that they couldn't be more so.
All shoes should be that way, whatever the
£ge or sex of the wearer. The elderly,
though need such shoes more than those
less advanced In years, and for their benefit
■we carry a line of the easiest of easy foot
wear Kvery pair is a genuine value at
from'SI 25 to S3.50 a pair. The same is true
of every shoe in our slock. It's a case of
high value and low price every time.
we carry tne nnesi line or L«&aies up-to
date Lace and Button Shoes.
If you want fine shoes for children we
can show you first-class shoes.
We have 2000 pairs of Ladles’ hand-turned
Button Shoes, sizes 1 to 4, C and D last.
Plain toe button Shoes, two many of the
same size, real value $3.00 to $5.00, will close
out at $1.50.
All mail orders shipped the same day re
All kinds of repairing: done.
ST. PIERRE, Wholesale and Retail Shoer, 1810 Eirst Avenue.
SPECIALIST, Private Diseases.
Steiner Bank Buidiing, corner First. Ave
nue ami 21st Street, Birmingham. Ala.
The oldest, best equipped and most suc
cessful institution of its kind in the South.
Established in the city of Birmingham,
Ala.. August 3, 1887.
Office Hours—8:30 a. m. to 12 m„ 1:30 to
5:30 p. m. Sunday, 10 a. m . to 12 m.
The Specialist who treats thousands of patients has more experience than the
physician who occasionally practices on one.
The indisputable fact that Dr. Holloway Is the only physician In the South con
trolling sufficient practice In private troubles, such as Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, Gleet.
Stricture Bad Blood, Skin and Bladder Diseases. Ulcers, Womb Troubles, etc., to
devote hi’s whole time to their cure is sufficient evidence of his greut experience
and successful treatment. _ .
Special attention Is given to the treatment of unfortunates suffering from
early Imprudence, errors«of youth, loss of vitality, loss of manhood, sexual de
bility, or any of Its maddening effects. , . ,
GET WELD and enjoy life as you should. Many men and youths are today
occupying subordinate positions In life who, If they were able to exercise their
brain power to its full and natural capacity, would instead be leaders.
If you live In or near the city, call at my Private Dispensary. If at a distance,
write me your trouble, enclosing stamp for reply.
My book on private diseases and proper question lists will be sent to anyone on
application. _^
In All Things All The Time
THERE are many GOOD life insurance companies, but among
them all there must be one BEST. THE BEST is THE
EOUITABLE. If you wish to knew why, send for: i, the
report of the Superintendent of Insurance for the State of New
York on the examination of The Equitable; 2, for actual results
of maturing policies; 3, for statement of death claims paid in
1894. Then you will know the three great reasons of The
Equitable’s supremacy: First, its financial stability; second,
its great profits and advantages to living policy-holders ; third,
the promptness of its payments and liberality of its settlements.
The Equitable Eife Assurance Society
Of the United States.
JAS. W. ALEXANDER, Vice-President. H. B. HYDE, President.
Clark & Jackson, Managers (SfgSMKw) 5 L- D. Burdette, Cashier.
OFFICES—2021 First Avenue, Southern Club Building, Birmingham, Ala.
Assets, $185,044,310. Surplus, $37,481,069.
Only Routine Work Transacted Yesterday.
Bishop Galloway Detained and Dr.
Gadsden, Nov. 21.—(Special.)—The
twenty-sixth session of the North Ala
bama conference convened in the First
Methodist church, this city, at 9 o'clock
this morning-.
Bishop C. B. Galloway being detained
at Richmond, Va., with the Virginia con
ference, Rev. F. T. J. Brandon, presiding
elder of the Gadsden district, called the
conference to order and conducted the de
votional services.
The hymn, "O for a Thousand Tongues
to Sing," was sung by the conference, af
ter which the sixth chapter of Ephesians
was read and Dr. Brandon led in prayer, j
Dr. J. W. Newman, secretary of the last
conference, called the roll and 122 clerical
and seventeen lay delegates answered to
their names.
Dr. J. W. Newman was re-elected sec
retary, with J. H. McCoy, E. M. Glenn, J.
I). Ellis, W. F. Sanford. J. W. Worsnop
and D. A. Bums as assistants.
The conference proceeded to the elec
tion of a president. Rev. L. A. Dorsey
and W. J. Hied were appointed tellers.
On the first ballot 140 votes were cast. No
one received a majority and hence there
was no election.
On the second ballot 145 votes were
cast. Dr. West received 80, Dr. Hosmer
00, a few scattering. Dr. Anson West
having received a majority of all the
votes cast was declared elected, and took
the chair.
Or» motion of Dr. Gregory the confer
ence determined to meet at 9 a. m. and
adjourn at 12,-30 p. m.
Tha presiding ciders were appointed a
committee on nominations, and made the
following report of commitees, which
wer confirmed, as follows:
Public worship—F. T. J. Brandon and
J. B. Gregory.
Memoirs—A. West, T. G. Slaughter and
M. N. Morris.
The Annual Session
Held in Gadsden.
Brandon Presiding.
Conference relations—J. T. Morris,
J. Wilson, T. P. Roberts, D. W. Ward,
C. L. Dobbs, M. E. Butt, T. W. Hayes.
Bonks ami periodicals—W. F. Andrews,
John McCafferty, J. J. Crow, J. H. John
son, J. T. MilUcan, W. A. Radway. J. I.
Williams, H. S. Hamilton, G. W. Read,
IT, W Bynum.
District conference records—J. L. Brit
tain, Dr. W. A. Barcllft. F. W. Brandon,
II, C. Howard, R. I. Walston, F. A. Rog
ers, T. W. Ragan.
Epworth league—J. H. McCoy, E. W.
Jones, J W. Davis. C. M. Hensley, W.
F. Herndon, W. B. Wilson. J. M. Spring
field, X C. Banks, J. W. Akin, E. D. Em
Bible cause—Thomas Armstrong, T. K.
Tierce, W. B. Arberry. A. R. Wilson, M.
H. Wells.
Temperance—W. T. Pattlllo, Dr. G. L.
Jenkins, G. E. Driskill, E. V. L. Finch, R.
A. Thompson, G. W. R. Bell and D. Leith.
Education—F. P. Culver, E. Fulmer, J.
D. Ellis, G. Tj. Hewitt. Z. A. Parker, .T.
K. Towers, Z. A. Dowling, I. Q. Melton,
,T. F. Sturdivant, J. B. Gregory and R. W.
On motion of A. C. Miller the bar of the
conference was fixed to embrace the first
six pews from the altar on each side.
A report from Barbee and Smith,
agents of the Southern Methodist Pub
lishing house, was admitted and referred
to the committee on books and periodi
A communication from the general
board of church extension was referred
to the board of church extension,
' Communications from Jones' College
for Young Ladles, from the Tuskaloosa
Female college and from the Athens Fe
male college were referred to the board
of education.
Rev, S. L. Dobbs read a communica
tion, offi ring to the North Alabama con
ference, in fee simple, the Tuskaloosa
Female college property.
Dr. F. H. Gardner was appointed to
solicit subscribers for the ‘ Review of
Missions” and "The World for Christ.”
The report of the joint commission and
publishing committee and the business
manager of the Alabama Christian Ad
vocate was read and referred to the com
mittee on books and periodicals.
Question 20, “Are all the preachers
blameless in their life and official ad
ministration?” was called.
The character of S. M. Hosmer,
presiding elder, of Birmingham district,
a report of the work of the church in his
made substantial and gratifying pro
Dr. W. H. Richardson, pastor of the
Presbyterian church of this city, and Dr.
J. D. Barbee, agent of the publishing
house, were introduced to the conference.
Dr. Barbee made a statement of his
mission to the conference.
Question 20 was resumed. The charac
ter was passed of J. C. Morris, J. H. Mc
Coy, M. H. Wells, H. C. Howard, J. D.
Kills, S. R. Emerson, J. L. Ferguson,
S. V. Blythe, Thomas Armstrong, J. W.
Cory. T. W. Ragan, G. W. Read, E. M.
Glenn, M. M. Blaese. J. S. Glasgow', W.
O. Waggener, F. H. Gardner, E. Nichol
son, E. L. Brown and W. K. Simpson.
On motion of L. A. Darsey the confer
ence resolved to meet at 3 o’clock this af
Question 20 was resumed. The charac-.
ter was passed of L. A. Darsey, H. S.
Hamilton, ,T. T. Miller, G. L. Crow, W.
B. Wilson, W. W. Turner, W. F. Sand
ford, V. O. Hawkins, J. W. Shoemaker,
Dr G. I,. Jenkins. W. C. Driskill, F, K.
Hewlett, J. W. Worsnop, M. R. Smith.
J. W. Norton, W. T. Andrews, A. J. Chap
pell, I. W. Hays. J. S. Robertson, A. J.
Maddox and J. W. Cowan.
Afternoon Session.
Conference met at 3 p. m.. Dr Anson
West in the chair.
Religious exercises were conducted by
W. T. Andrews.
On motion the calling of the roll was
dispensed with.
The minutes of the morning session
were read, corrected and approved.
A communication from Rev. E. F.
Davis of Montgomery, touching the or
ganization of an auxiliary to the Ameri
can Sabbath union, was read and re
ferred to the committee on nomination.
H. L. Booth's character was passed
and his name referred to the committee
on conference relation for the lupernum
ary relation.
Question 20: “Are all the preachers
blameless in their life and official admin
istration?” was resumed.
The character of .!, R. Turner, F. T. .T.
Brandon. E. H. Price. J. W. Pi ldford. T.
A Kerr. I. Q. Melton. M. 10. Butt. R.
Nicholson, S. R. Lester, T. K. Tierce. J.
T. Millican. R. I Walston. Z. A. Parker,
F. A. Rogers. M. E. Johnston, C. M. Rlc“,
D L. Palish. J. T. Plaek. W. M. Wade,
D. T. Dye. E. W. Jones, R. J. Wilson. N.
H Olmstead. W. F. Barns, W. T. l'at
tllln, W. T. Andrews were examined and
1). S. McDonald of Mftdison Station,
Huntsville district, was on account, of
sickness recommended to the committee
on conference relations for the superan
uated list.
The characters of W. ,T. Reed. J. L.
Brittain J. M. lace, J. J Crow, .1. B.
Sargent, C. M. Hensley were examined
and passed.
Dr. Barbee preaches tonight.
A motion to adjourn prevailed.
Doxology. Benediction pronounced by
E. M. Glenn.
Pimlico Hesults,
Baltimore, Nov. 21.—Backers of favor
ites had a hard time of it at Pimlico this
afternoon. The track had dreld out, but
was lumpy and frost bitten on top. The
condition of the track may have had
something to do with the poor form
shown by the first choices, but there
were many persons unkind enough to
attribute certain defeats to other causes
than a hard track. Bevins's defeat in
the fourth race was severely criticised.
The filly could not run a little bit and
finished a miserable last in a poor field.
The steeplechase furnished the usual
amount of speculation and disappoint
ment. Seven started with gentlemen
riders up. Five of them carried over
weight. Hiawasse had fifteen pounds
over. Four of the horses fell or went,
wrong to such an extent that they were
out of it early in the gt.me. Summaries:
First race, five fur ongs—Ha-Ha, 99
(O'Donnell), 8 to 5, won; Itoyal H. second,
Lillie Mills third. Time, 1:04.
Second race, one mile—First Light. 101
(Carrigan), 6 to 1, won; Oily Gamin sec
ond, I,ady Adams third; Time, 1:47%.
Third race, seven furlongs—Phebus. 94
(Keefe), 6 to 1, won; Charade second.
Merry Duke third. Time, 1:29%.
Fourth race, one mile—Langdon, lh*
(Lendrum), 15 to 1, won; Pitfall second,
Levina third. Time, 1:45%.
Fifth race, welter weights, one tnile—
Mac Briggs. 112 (Reiff), « to 5. won; Seep
turor second. Intermission third. Time,
Sixth race, steeplechase, full course—
Chevy Chase. 150 (Mr. Nb-hols). 2% to 1,
won; Nadjie second, Empress third. No
time. _
Editors Arrested.
Huntington, W. Va„ Nov. 21.—Quite a
sensation was created here this even
ing when contempt proceedings were In
stituted in the criminal court against
City Editor Howell and others of the
Evening Times for publishing articles
which, it is alleged, reflect strongly on
the court officers. The trial will take
place tomorrow.
Men’s $5.00 pants
One Price Cash Clothiers,
1912—First Avenue—1914
Speak at Seale to a Small, Though Atten
tive Audience—At Eufaula Today.
Seale. Nov. 21.—(Special.)—Senators
Morgan and Pugh spoke here today, ar
riving on the 10:35 train from Union
Springs. *
Senator Morgan spoke first, being intro
duced by Mr. H. T. Benton, chairman
of the county democratic executive com
mittee, in a few well chosen words. The
speech of the senator was on a line
with those delivered elsewhere on
this tour, and emphasized his position on
public questions, free coinage of silver,
bond issue, etc., favoring the first and op
posing the latter, saying he would resign
rather than vote for that measure which
will confront the party soon. There was
only a small crowd present to hear these
fine speakers. A most respectful hear
ing was accorded thefn.
Senator 1’ugh spoke on a line with his
distinguished colleague, both speeches
being rather short, but learned and con
vincing. They are learned gentlemen,
our state is proud of their attainments.
They go to Eufaula tonight.
A big frost and some Ice here this
The Pointer Jingo Again Defeats the Sette
for the Championship.
Newton, N. C., Nov. 21.—(Special.)—
The all-aged stake of the Eastern Field
Trials club were concluded today. The
pointer Jingo, owned by N. T. DePuuw,
and handled by Nat B. Nesbitt, won first,
Harrol Skimpole second, Tony Boy and
Tippoo divided third.
Jingo won the champion stake and
champion title at Morris, Manitoba, in
September last, defeating England’s,
Canada’s and the United States' best
setters and pointers, ami is the second
pointer that has ever won a field trial
championship on this side of the waters.
Charlotte, N. O., Nov. 21.—A special to
i the Observer from Newton says con
cerning the field trials:
Minnie T. against Tony Boy, Gleams
Pink against Kodstop, Revenue against
Tick Boy, Belle against Hanford Duvid.
This series was concluded before lunch
time and the third series was braced as
Jingo against Harold Skimpole, Tick
Boy against Tippoo and Tony Boy and
Cynosure were held in reserve.
At the conclusion of the race the Judges
made the following awards:
Jingo first, $200. owned by N. T. t)e
Pauw, handled by N. a. Nesbitt: Harold
Skimpole second, $200. owned by T. M.
Bennselle, handled by George F. Gray;
Tippoo, owned by Charlottsyllie Kennel,
handled by C. E. Buckle, and Tony Boy,
owned by Norvin T. Harris, handled by
D. E. Rose, divided third, $50 each.
The subscription stake will be drawn
tonight and will be begun In the morn
ing. and will probably bo finished during
the day. This will give one day for
shooting and other sports before the
United States trials open on Monday.
Three Hundred Strong; They Start for the
Atlanta Exposition.
New York, Nov. 21.—Three hundred r.f
New York's representative citizens lild R
brief farewell this afternoon to the chill
ing gales of Manhattan Island and set
forth for the southland, where the warm
welcome of Dixie awaits them at *ho
cotton states exposition. The train which
bears them to Atlanta left shortly after
2 o'clock in three sections, from the Penn
sylvania station in Jersey Citv. It will
pass through Washington and enter At
lanta tomorrow afternoon by the South
ern railway system. Squadron A, 172
strong, accompanies the delgation, to
act as the mayor's escort.
Handsome badges in oxidized silver
were provided for the New Yorkers. The
design was a cross bar with the words,
"Manhattan Day,” engraved upon tt, and
a pendant bearing the arms of the city,
with the date of Manhattan day. Novem
ber 25. and the legend "New York city
delegation of business men to the cotton
exposition at Atlanta, Ga.” Three ban
ners were carried.
Mayor Strong did not accompany the
party. Important official engagements
kept him In town and he will leave at
4 20 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in a pri
vate ea attached to the Southwestern
limited. AVitli him will he President Seth
Low. the spokesman of the city on Man
hattan day; the mayor s son, and his sec
retary, Job Hedges. The party will ar
rive in Atlanta Saturday night, where
Squadron A will meet It at Ihe station
and escort the mayor to the headquar
ters of the New York delegation at the.
Aragon hotel.__
Fifty horses and mules to
be sold Saturday, November
23, at House stables, Fourth
avenue. * n-gr-zt
There is do soap in the
wprld that stands so high
in the opinion of thought
ful women as
For washing clothes or doing housework, it can’t be
equalled. Try it. Sold everywhere. Made only by
TH« N. K. Falrbank Company, - St. Louis.
Birmingham Paint and Glass Company
Taints, Oils, Varnish, Glass, Sash, Doors and Blinds.
1916 Third Avenue.Birmingham, Ala.
Senator Call is Unqualifiedly in Favor of
Free Silver.
Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 21.—A confer
ence of the free silver democrats of Flor
ida was held here today on a call Issued
by Frank E. Harris, editor of the Ocala
Banner. The conference was attended by
Hon. Wilkinson Call, United States sena
tor from Florida. Senator Call took a
prominent part in the proceedings. He
expressed himself as being unqualifiedly
in favor of the free coinage of silver, on
equal terms with gold. The sentiments
of the senator were heartily Indorsed
and the following resolution was unani
mously adopted:
Resolved, That it is the sense of this
conference that It is absolutely essential
to the welfare of the people of the United
States that silver and gold he placed on
an exact equality in the coinage laws of
the country. It was decided that the del
egates to the conference organize demo
cratic free silver leagues in their respec
tive counties with a view of sending only
free silver delegates to the state demo
cratic convention, and that every mem- ,
ber of these leagues be pledged to sup
port only free silver men for any office
within the gift of the people.
The conference was presided over by
Dr. George Troup Maxwell of Jackson
ville, and State Senator B. H. Palmer of
Columbia was made secretary. Alexander
St. Clair Abrams of Lake county and F.
E. Harris of Marion county made stirring
speeches for free silver.
Boys’ long pant suits and
boys’ short pant suits, the
greatest line ever shown in
the south at
One Price Cash Clothiers,
1912—First Avenue—1914.
Mr. Adler Wins a Large and Important
Case at Eui'aula.
Last May Mr. Morris Adler
of this city purchased the land of the
Vanklrk Land and Construction com
pany extending along the line of the Mo
bile and Girard railroad from Troy to
Pollard. On the 11th of October W. H.
Knowles tendered Mr. Adler $1:14,000 for
the redemption of the land, which was re
fused. Therupon a bill was filed In the
chancery court of Barbour county by
Mr. Knowles to ascertain what claim
he had to the land.
The bill was argued before the chan
*celor at Eufaula this week, and yesterday
afternoon Mr. Adler rerlved a telegram
from his attorney, Mr. John P. Tillman of
this city, slating that the chancellor had
dismissed the bill.
Professor Smith (an tell you
how trout and pickerel bite
his line at East Lake.
Bicycle Riders Will Arrive in Birmingham
Today and Go in Training.
A number of professional bicycle riders
will arrive in the city today from Louis
ville. where they have lately spent sev
eral weeks. It Is said the party num
bers twelve noted riders, who are under
the management of Willis B. Troy. They
will be here about four weeks, and will
go into training on the race track at the
fair grounds. _
Freckles, Blotches,
Ringworm, Eczema,
Scald Head, Tetter,
and all other skin
disorders positively
cured with
If jroa would have soft, smooth and healthy
skin free from all imperfections,uaeconstantly
Price SS eta. Send Slemp for Free Semple.
OU.NSrON, UtU.LOWAI 4 to., 1’liUA.
Will Take Orders
Blue Points,
Bo nseco urs,
N. Y. Saddle Rocks.
Best Selects, 50c per hundred.
Plants, 75c per hundred.
Norfolk plants, $1.25 per 100.
Brooms’ Fish anil Oyster Market,
No. ltM Twentieth Street.
oal Co
Office and Yard:
Cor. Avenue A anil 22(1 Street.
We sell more lump coal than any
yard in the city.
Joe R. Cook,
Potter Building, First Avenue.
Sessions Day and Night.
A modern, progressive, practical school of
business. Tuition rates reasonable. Posi
tions for graduates. Call or write for cat
Collegiate Institute for Boarders,
The Cedars/' . . . Selma, Ala.
Every branch of polite education taught.
Special attention to music. Children from
3 to 7 received in Kindergarten Depart
I mont. Primary, Intermediate and higher
[ course—Latin optional. School year from
first Monday in September till last week of
June. Terms, $li>0 per school year, half
yearly, in advance. Music extra. The In
stitute is under Die care of the Sisters of
Mercy, who devote themselves to the well
being and literary improvement of t lies
young ladies. Pupils received any time,
charged from date of entrance. The great
est care bestowed on their health, comfort,
manners and deportment.
Broad Street, Selma, Ala.
Dealer in Hay, Straw^lorn, Oats,
Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Hulls,
Flour, Corn Meal, Salt and Rock
Salt, Wheat, Rye and Barley tor
seed. VV'e handle first-class goods
and guarantee as represented.
Give us a call and be convinced.
H. Chairsell,
. 1613 and ISIS First Avenue.
An Old and Well-Tried Remedy,
has been used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children whllo
teething with perfect success. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for
diarrhoea. Sold by druggists in every part
of the world. Be sure and ask for MBS.
no other kind. 25c a bottle.
Unscrupulous persons are conn
srflttliiK Wilcox Compound V
unit 1*111». the giuuino aro but up lu
__c tnl boxes with registered trade mark of
i Shield,accept no worthlessuostrum. Insist ou
J t hogenulno, at all Druggists. Hern! 4 count for
M Woman9! fcnte Unnrd and receive them
'byniaiiAVilco* HperRlc Co. P bila.r»
Delicious : Steak,
ROAST or stew, can air
ways BiS HAD AT MY
Mutton, Lamb or Pork and
all animal dellcaclea
Stall 11, City Market.
7 20 tl ____
John Vary,
Attorney at Law and Solieitor in Chancery.
Office No. U First National Bank
Building, Birmingham, Ala.

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