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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 26 January 1901

13 .f. 'S Ifflfc. . :' i5 -5f ,-e "- - . aaa"aa" NEWSPAPER LAW. Amy jeraea- wha takes tie per regalarly.trom the poatogec, .whether hteasaBscriberoraot,IfirspoBbIe fer thejjay. ' The. soarta hare deoided that refas Isg to take aswseapers sad periodicals jrom tie postoftce, or refmoriBg sad Ieariag them aaaalled tor b prima facie evideace of lateatkssal fraad. C STAGE WHISPERS. !v J. L. Toole, kmg a favorite London semediaa aBd maaager. Is a hopeless lavalld, TJi8 Tvraaay of Tears,' Joan DreWs Mil last season, Is sooa to be seat oat agate The average New Yorker who looks far the, best seat ia a city theatre mast pa; $26 for it Chasacey Oieott is aa enthusiastic member of the order kaowa as the Kaights of GoMmsas. i Sol Smith Rsssell will aot act xuttll aeit season, when 'he will prodHce a play by Martha Morton. Victory Batemaa has beea engaged as leading woman of the Grand Opera hoase stock company, Plttsbarg. Tim Murphy k credited with a lae saecess la "A Bachelor's Romance, the pla...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 2 February 1901

:.. : - . li -. 1 HBW TO TH& LINE. .1 " 1 VOL. TI. I TOLL AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN LABOR SURRENDER TO CHINA? me Japan-China, -war resulted In the surrender of China to Japan. As a final result of the struggle the ques tTon now confronting both American and European labor 1b: "Will -we be forjced to surrender to China? As a nation the Chinese have objected to adopting anything foreign. This pec uliarity has prevented her from adopt ing improved -methods of manufacture and machinery. By the recent treaty this policy -will be largely abandoned, and not only Trill the natives them selves take advantage of the Innova tions, but both American and Europ en factory owners will do so. In manufacturing, China will repeat .the history of Japan. Japan cotton mills pay from 15 to 30 per cent div idends, while "RngllBh mills have been losing money. Japan wfliff liave In creased sevenfold In four years. The treaty will allow their extensioni to China and similar results follow. Like Japan, China ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 2 February 1901

Vf p M E THE BROAD AX. nKWlXELl WlM lll'BWWlff I Mammi, &&, Prtert. aw mm fcav tfeetraay. wlfBl Tie Bread Ax k MwsgiLierwhea phttai fa breed on Car aSTcrnr eUbalsc Uitaeial zieMto spetk Its em Klsd. XomI wmwiiwWilnn niH Jit tttnto) ataeairaatMtidaefthOapaz. (4tum)i Tear. MMHMMt xm IMS Axxobx Ararat, CCCiM jeKXQBV.TAILOB, BSter cad FB&SdMa Already tie first edition of Lord Rcsebery's VNapoleon; the last Phase," consisting of 10.009 copies, has been exhausted In England. The Athenaeum utters many disparaging walls orer the book, and says that it Is -written la a style not historical, but rather adapted to that of after dinner speak ing; An impatient man in Camden, N. J., who ires eager to acquire wealth and acquire It quickly, sent money to an advertiser who promised, on receipt ot a dollar, to tell any one "how to get rich." Here Is -the" useful advice ha received-. "Work like a slave all your life, spend as little as possible, and never marry." Modern science is extremel...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 2 February 1901

U-'?- Set or )hAaAi f The reasos iot ub -ggy, types. ce ol Engllsk clothes is givea by a writer In Ta Kiss, ?ho, discussta TSat he calls ike "a&Rrdlikay that a su's clothes shosld Jit, It Bees&g r3ox to say tMf"a zooi. tailor xrro. I tries to make then. St, bat It la x$reg- 5int trow nevenaeie. i remember a y tailor hoWiag fort to ae vita gge solemnity oa this subject. My imerican customers he said, some tises try to perssade me that a Mew Yk tailor Is ahead of us Londoners bsewse he gives a better at I reply tsit If I wanted to Bake ay clothes jt the figure I could" do just as well or rea better than ay American rival. Bat I don't Clothes, sir, should hang, sot fit It takes a genius to make them lug well, while the merest tyro can aaie teja flt "ear a suit that tits joa for a week and it Is oat of shape jad wrinkled. A suit that hangs prop erly, on the contrary, always looks Tell and shows the art of its cutter for It has style, which the. other lacks,' That is expert oplnl...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 2 February 1901

?? r-" fe : 4' Ft TRADES (jffi!?H COUNaL ft too . NEWSPAPB LAW. i Ay yersoa wao takes tse paper raeafcrlr from tke postoSee, whether J is aricriber oruot, Is resjfoaalWe for the pay. The coarts lave deoWed that refcs Isg to take aewspapefB and periodicals from the postofllce, or removing and leaving them uncalled for la prima facie evidence of Intentional frasd. Patriotism aad fair play seem to be at a dlscoBHt la this section. The In augural Committee which has to say as do for the second inauguration of President McKinley, which takes place the f osrth of March of this year fees lgBored. the colored cltlzenB al most estlrely. On every hand they have been insulted by being wholly Ignored. The latest discrimination that has come is from the Interstate Collegiate Association Committee, a part of the Inaugural Committer, which has Invited every college in the United States to send a delegation of yoHBg men to participate In the laausaral ceremonies. These Invlta tins Ave been sent exc...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 9 February 1901

"M a. -V1 . Vf, J. .fe. HEW TO THE LINE. -. . . 3 mr M - -w JPBBnB flPBBB9y jBBBJj I BBBBaX ""xBBBM v("BBBBj"f PPBPPPJPPmwBBBSBBBfl eBBBB? rBBPBJPj""pBBBBB.C"3H"55'.P' - BBBBBv ,-; ' PPPJBBB"BPJPPPP VBBBI I BBAix PBBA SBHHHr dHrBHaLrHKBHfl 9W l,?v y . "" "-tPBBA QfcBr JLSes BBBBbw V " - ?-v'Ji rB1BBBBB""",-pBBBA. PJPBmd bFM SBBHJBF 43HiHLBJ mBBBBOv K1 - i - V-L gBWf feipBBMll -JPJpJar a MBBB-flpPBHrt PPJPBBB? TOIi. -VI.' GEORGE W. PLUMMER, ATTOR-TEY-AT-:LAW. ffhat we will have to say In this l,.7 rHll Tint ho Jll"ofv am In. vr- If RMixe W. Plaramsr as an aonorahift dtiien of Chicago aor as aa able law yer. But "we -will hart oar dart at Mr. Plumraer for being oae-dded, Il logical, and ignorant of his coantry's Itetory. What "we mean or want to say is simply this, the latter part of last week ire called on Mr. Plum ser at bis office in the Journal Bond ing, and as oar motto Is to tell the troth, hew to the line and let the chips Ml where they may, we shall do so in dealing with or re...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 9 February 1901

WE BROAD. AX. J t0 IfelIll Eera4 lata kJttVMMytf SmbI imiiinfct-T tH tew afriallW 9KJ9IV.Z1II0S. Utter t Iawcc4,searPalnora,ctheds WaVta Norlhera Carpathians, a urom aa went to gather etkis, leaving her lu la a secluded spot. Upon her re--tKaAe-BKtrtirD-sreat'SagleB bearing away her child, whom they iad dls xjembered. Upon a hast being made fcr tha Inhabitants, the hones of the Why were found la the eagle's aest -aa Ike rocks amid the snow. la ths state arehlTes at Rom it has. Teeea found that the X-rays may suc cessfully exhibit the writing oa manu scripts concealed in old book coTers whenever this writing Is done In red leau, ultramarine "bide or cinnabar. They are being used also In attempts to detect forgeries of paintings and tax efforts to discover slgnatares of old masters In paintings alleged to have keen produced by them. A novel still for the waving of moonshine whisky was recently dis covered In the mountains of Maryland. It was concealed In an OTea standing cat in plain ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 9 February 1901

MMMUUMtMMHf, m I f!liirArt -f Tantrc BM wuilVUI. 1VU1VO YOU'RE WEAK hmHnmm Factory Girl fn JCwc. iv iv a. ... 7.' . . 'Ta " fbartesa yearn Was Mar Lota k.'j Instead oi Strong? -'f - VR . f3gttr Caafa.lsiaa wwrked-slardl 18G8V8FV- CORffrflSfiraan 'i' in tdkalceMvtagfsValraelf. RewsheT has suddenly heceaaa heir to oae-SJUi of n fortaae of m,&,M. The tired girl went hone treat the cersat factory where she Is empleyed the other aight. and found a letter awaltlag- her. It was from her Brother. Georgevla Mosl elalr.N.J. He tef erased h.er that, "Un cle Asbbel Clark- had died la Aastra 11a learlag a great fortaae, aad that they aad -their sitters were the aearest of kin. A letter -was aa evaat la the quiet life of Mary Love, aad such a letter as this 'was something which dazed her. It was a tale of fairy god mothers and all that sort cf thing. ffl - -WmM v at tv , .' aW B -n Maka Youraif a Mm Maa f jWj. aw Case ls afffSf?FsalP' aasaBfc uh. uncenca fffiTYll NERVURA BIOOD AND NERVE REMED...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 9 February 1901

-J w WVI n ..a. - IT 8 lioiiksraffi 7SCOagprt .! j. -' COUHClbfrttii . KEWWAP9R WW . Aasr mcss wfee tatostke for tkiW' TSw riB ctb that retas lax ts fate HewspseraaCjerioJlcala grom.ta joitomeo. er ramorias aa Wme them wwaOs 2er'is teste evtfeaee e iaieatkjaal frsad NOTICE. Tfee' letter wfekk we tare reealTea from DsakJ M. Jadcsoa. Esq., fe bo rfck taat we hare decides to jaallsk It 1H-IQU IB U9 VBXX. UBB UJ. iB Bread Ax. so we weald advise ererr feodv ta watch Tor It, for H to verr good naufiac KUCWFOlt YPRTia. CHIPS. Rev. RoMbsoq of SL Mark's AJLE. CaarckiJuMressed The FfcylUs- Waeat- IrrCtafe, SSSS. Dearborn street, "Wtedase-4 day aftenstooB, oa 'The PallosopkT of a'taagB." Eev. Robiasoa'a talk was Terr practical aaaoroas and fall of wit He was extended -a vote of thanks for Bis Terr eatertalaias ad drees At the close of the exercises, to -which ae actaowledged Ms apprecla tioa. V Sx-AMenaaa Charles F. Gather oar be iadBced to eater the alder maalc coatest asaiast little "HLaky P...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 16 February 1901

Hff ' AH sys :- v -v: -V. vX'V, ' ; i ,. . : V--!'. 1 fl H15W TO TJblE jLINB. . L 1 'as'.' Mamasi?-. - . ---. - .. - wfta t- - : J i jb "jp j5.S s ' . mmi4mmmmmm tfmmmm'mk. wp Ik 7 ia PmVP'HF'mPfr 'wvk v a .mmL smmmmmmmw " Cfl? ira Hmmimmmmr 1 mma ilmWv Pf2Mrtft '-'ji ""WPBflS'tn MfffjIBfPr -ar mmm.mr . sSrlX. .mmmi mMimmmm jmH I A mmm QfimmVv JHBammamaHa. mmmV lismmV SHHRPZBHb vSEsmw -. 9mHm. mmmmmmmmmm .HmHt 1 mma. X. mmm. mmmmr .mr mmmmmmj casmmm VSSaTmv .TimmiC mmaa. "35mmr x"' '--- k PFimmmws. PBfcft? IfcK. RfiimwmMi?mmMmW. riMmK-ft''mmMk tmmWa mmVImv BRUNO NDTHB CHURCH. Whenever we have any owasloc to pass orihodox churches it always causes the vera blood whieheourecs. through oat veins to be5roeis eel J as Ire "water, and oar heart to 4ernmc. sad aad weary; when wb think of the Tast number of liberty-loving men and women, "who hare been pat to death by it landers because they re fused to believe all of their noHsens Ical Ideas aad theories, aad Bot among the least of- that gr...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 16 February 1901

sPy o .j SWfiBESSHMi HilWARP if Hitiml iiii!iH fj U,i Hin 'Wkf Biii frniiia is Felisw S&Swers A RcraafrkaWe CaSe Repoiie.d..from the Stale - of Wew York :- . CONGRESSMAN HOWARD OF ALABAMA Hesse of Represeotatives, ) Wasklastoa, Feb. 4, 1899. f Tbe Etna Medicine Co., Coisaabss, Gestieaiea "I have takes Pcraaa sww for two weeks, and flad I sat very Back relieved. I feel that y care wiH be Bersaseat. 1 have also takes it for la grippe, aad I take ideas, re is recoauBeadisg Persaa as an excellent reasedy to all ieUsw ssff er ." M. W. Howard. Cossressssaa Howard's home ad dress Is Fort Payne, Ala. Bf OST people tMak that catarrh Is a M disease confined' to the head and sose, Nothing Is farther from taetrata. It aaye that the nose and throat is the ofteaest affected by ca tarrh,, hat If this IS so it Is sd only Decacse taese-Barts are ssore exposed to the vldssltades of the climate than the other parts of the body. ETery organ, every duct, every cavity of the human body Is liable to c...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 16 February 1901

I i Yllfii I vi ; . UTiTi'nM .. IJJIi?! i; irtBetwe nan as ubb Letter to Till Mali Oiwiiu gr many yeata tke Mallet ktvut , and state kax4M4ania.fei.aW.' f airrie ! atoavi, ljr lie ' jfTU ceremoaj wgu, sal ga aiBrchnp to tkaprastteeacr. jped to recognise tkte Jaw tke priest jji dally performed tke toarxiage ssry ies snd sires. Ike tlasstag et tka erch without tie civil ceremony. fke conseqneace to4kat a asm ao 1b e&ed Barries oae "wife at tka city kaU jsd another before ike priest Back stats of affairs fa so cross aaeaadal $tt many projects kavekeea bxtragat befcre the religious soBspalsory, witk fcreeking this law. However, the effort L; )u always oeen useless, as euner Trosi personam reugiws swumeox or lor I BST Oi. uuEuuiBfi wcu- ucvuai suppori- II es the deputies have even refused to import the bra. -Tfelakaa produced tie present absurd Bltuaiion. It la'aa setmced that tke koly see, to.p-reTent i san from having two wives, kas Tec- Offimenueu who juuitrti vnesvs u in quire we...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 16 February 1901

V tfZ&ZL i nfr. ' ?. ,-v iUHflPAFMt LAW,. Ar fcMB ' wfa Wns tta aer regsfrrly ftwa tie -sftffr waatfcer lvfe;aaacrftere?aet,tartflile far the jay. The. wtrtB lava fleaMa that rrfse- i&g ta' take seva9B as yriotks3s fras tae postaSce, or wasoyla a4 -SaavlBg tfeesa naaQei tar la rlaa fac)freiitoMde.lBtaBtIas8ltrsrt. . ' NOTICE. The letter which we have xecelTed troe Daulel M. Jacksoa, Es., is bo srlea that ve bare decided to iwblka It In ft in tie next issse of The 'Broad "Ax, bo ire would advise every body "t atch for It, for it is very. goedreadlac- Herd of Tmt7 Thoacasa Cariboo -J. M. Bell of the Caaadlaa geological Bttrvey ge&artaeat lias Jest retaraed to Ottawa aftar-aa abaeace o aboat efeaieea month, daring which tlaaa he traveled across Caaada from the arctic to the boundary. He caw Im se&ae hands of caribou. There must have bees, Mr. BeX rays, orer 29.008 of thea la oae band. He sever saw aaythlas like It Brawi XJae at 7aBema. A member -of the Indiana. leslalat...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 23 February 1901

m- i v I SI f- .: - 'cuBvBBhr Mmmmmmsm mmmmmmsmw im 5dsms55 Bmmw,4mBP Bmmwaw HC?. -.5 msmmmmmsBBr y f i 11 . yw Sjb it .immmmF jh rHK mmm y jbmbhbb jypBy-vjES-iN. jBliv QL I mesmkV mmsv.mmmssBr weA.BJIHFh tisizl Immmmnv xaE. r ,w ilBmmmmwV -y-"' . ' j iu"BmmmmmsmsBssBmssmsmsms--- rammBmSDnBBrS 9Bs9Bm I MsmmmsBm iSHBHTKHSBf1 5Hm9sBmmmw 9HHIBB BHHHv vbhhhv vPSHsssmmsmr w r i ' ,"""f fafe'-V I-nstft TO THE LINE. VOIi. W THE NHSR AND ;THE -'REPUBLICAN PARTY. Congressman Whke, the Negro nember from North Carolina who will retire to private life on March. 4, delivered Ms valedictory in the house recently. Mr. "White took occasion to gar that some members of the Repub licaa party, after receiving the sap port of the Negroes for years, now appeared to believe they had grown too good for association with them. He said that on the threshold of the twentieth, caatsry the Negro was to be reckoned with. He was so longer the Negro of -forty years ago. He claims that since that time illiteracy amo...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 23 February 1901

; aaa t I & X Ft THE BRQAD AX. MWrflVlrfWV inni' " - arfV- aabaaanf "a Paaay P9B aaaa aaaaaj aaa aaw jsraPaar Avsaas, Caausa 4hm p, tatuh, nHwmriWim, eamujr fcM & Ufa itwruN MUm at he4eikeers whisk ta mtw -years ke a orsr (Mtm to tlK Ham t ambark. fc Hi will of tka Uta Ttnli Fard. it WL J4, Mo., las?a ft. fof h trt Mfaterisl Horary la tkst pkae, taS $,W0 to taa. altifal kostlU!. Claris 0. Rasuay, trkote wisaatrlsa Uta 9t a Kortk AaarUaa ladlsa Kas beaa aaacatad ky tka msassjars of tka SalsJo Psa-Aattlesa SxpoatUsa, is a asMktr of tka jsalor aUuw of llamrd. ' Vaalaa is tryJar to rarlfe tka pJc tarasajta aarasaoay of wadfilaj tka Ad rutk, nrklak ksa feaaa dteceaUaued stoaa tka last Doja was expallad la 177. Plaas kara kaaa awda for balld iaf a Baeaatsar a tka -aieaal of tka l&ftt state caliey utaA for.Uie cars May. Tka aew Jassaesa oralsar Tskuaio, nrklaki was katlt at StetUa sad recaaUy aailad far Jsgsa, has so far fiitea .tka frsatat Mtiatsotlaa Tka syatea of xaatllatiOB...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 23 February 1901

imi? iijS""jMiiiMllii H ihiiihVBfl ?3Ea -v . ..& Ji -l-A rC 4.." en " THE BROAD AX WMWWWWWVW - jm&v.7kTuut; HSraw nr sas a life Tasexxace ;chVtOB sf'fcetelkeepsrs which. In seres. -yws-iss Pat ott $mW to -th JftnWes ef aeahers. -fc ' ?he wfll of the 1 Jarvis.Ford. 4 . ?seeefi, Mo., leaves W,W0 fW fmmeaarlal library la. that plsee sat f,W8 to tie aealefeal hospital. 1 Charles C Ramsey, whose easestriaa ..-statae ef a North American Indian has -beca accepted by the managers of tie Sataio Paa-Aaerleaa Exposition, Is a eaiher of the junior class of Harvard. ! Venice Is trying to revive the pi-:-jtatecaao-cereaoay of wedding the Ad riatic, which tea fceea discontinued, sfeee the last Dose "Was expelled la. 1797. Flans have bees maaajforbaBd tag 4 BaceatsBr oa the -model of the - -last state g&Hey use for .the cere SBJsy. The sev Japanese cruiser Yakuaio, which was built at Stetiia sad recently sailed fer- Japan, ass so far given 4ha greatest satfefacttpfi. The system f - Taat...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 23 February 1901

itF ij'i -Ji o Mll' M !' II W . . J3? t. ffPUHl nwuiwi Hf1mmSSSSSLmR F.8nSP33oBSMA mivmt&vM . V. Jars : Jo - faSEJif?8 -barrister, ot Weihlngtii. IX O.. ijlrf 2f l a:T caadidate lor thTitesldeacy ot- SSSfS .5 m11!???08 e hs sathered feme and ' ttetoi Ta.Anttter to ae yefiiiaedlae' CompannhaS: ' ' llZZnZilZZJ: tS SL rinZ-JET5" xso dresoiraeSew, aiwttk optic ss6wfcv fcesiEsBslZfe.' JlJ II 9FksiiiiV' bsbHbiv Jsllsiiv jt A Mrs. Teltoa, SS2l8C..aJK2ClK&l-aue,-Si" IU, HIbs writes:" Taraaifca 4ese !woada 'Isfvlfte. It:iasxared -Bar-headache--aBdgaiplta-tlon of the heart; has'hmift p mr whole. jjaiep1t.JeesJa5y. reepm aead Jeraaa ta all saSenrs aJUctsd with catarrh. M7 aaaeher J aerer. wlthoat Feraas. r Whela os Jsred and seaevasr et ef sertslt ra is tagea -- 1 wtn nenT (My resBOTeBus tked JeeJCEs. Peraaa rea catarrh y removiag the caase, iaflaaed braaea, - - Dr. HartjaaB. the cospoaader o Pe raaa, osee saldlBa lectere to woaea: "A grea aVgpber at wose ceasalt au ererj yeerT t eJtea...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 23 February 1901

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Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 2 March 1901

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Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 2 March 1901

Kr BB1. : &. v5 THE BROAD AX. a0f&n0h&0rt ! R1i remarkable fact that the chameieos, whe blindfolded, loses tie power to change Its hues, and the entire body remains ot a uniform tint. 1 WiUkm Sarke, of iBlngaamlton, K. 'X, fcas, eea seat to Jail for thirty days for using profane language la a public street. Since Ms incarceration &e 'swears twice as stack as erer, oat Us oaths are mattered Under his breath.' The -Asa Inspector at Chicago re ports that, by actnal count, there are 18,669,690 pounds of frozen, nan. in the city which bare been, la -cold storage for five years. The fish, much of which Ha unfit for .food. Is sold in. the ghetto on Friday afternoons for two tents a pound. 'At the marriage of Miss Leila Jor dan to Da-rid Jennings Portar,In Green ville, S. C a sudden death occurred Immediately after the ceremony. "While Mrs. John M. Jordan, the mother of. the bride, was talking: to her daughter, the old lady suddenly- fell to the floor, and In" a few moments ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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