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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 March 1901

TtrtMiac air i fm - -rri SBrtfcexl-a T&a ftt matfcai abort tie jearlSTl. Before esuiree- laxriia erpsnawsus we -wasgkt -waa 2M boaads, aai Ub fcretvth. m short as breat&e he look abott f tb obbcoi of bait, mattos, trailed lett, or cold meateaayaacaptyQii; aiara cap of tea. ttk6t sat esgu-; & renall btoentt flrtae eaace of Arytoset. His dlnaw on stated ei fire or six srancee of say flafc except salsas, asy meet rcejt ork, aay vegfeUMe except potato, oae ossee of dty toast, aay Med of poaltry or sane; asd two or three glasses of MaAalra, saerry or cl&retieery porter or ale betas forbidden. For tea. two or three rmcea of fralt, one or two snail biscuits and a enp of tea -witkost saife or sagar. Tor sapper, tiree or foar onaces of taeat or fisa. similar to dinner, with a piBB or two of claret He fereakfasted between eight d nine o'clock, dined between oae and -two, took tea be tween fhreaadslx, asd .sapper at aJaaJ Under this treatment Jie...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 March 1901

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 March 1901

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 March 1901

THE BROAD AX. MQBWM VMMrtftfitKi KUflpHLOC LMBf JB fitofeaaitMtftetttowab Osrrimr ntfeoas aw largely la the Geraata army, which has the most asatpleto pigeon service la the world. BsrCy any Gorman town of importaaea k without Xs pigeon loft, and the kaiser distributes numerous prises far Imc and rapid flights, Tho duke ef York Trill b the alnetaenia English prince. of Wales, if that title be finally conferred apoa him. It k, of coerce, kapossibte that be can break bis father's Tecord as heir to tbe crowa. The present Kiag Edward "VII. teas heir-apparent for ten weeks ever fifty-nine rears. Oae of the most notable feats of memory recorded in tbe past century was that of COL Cborretie, an. English sportsBum. Tbe well-known Engllshbxb once learned by heart, for a bet, the whole of the London Morning Post of particular day, and repeated every word of it, including the advertkementa. A St Louis man stood in the rain and watched three street cars pass Mm without so much as hesitating;. Wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 March 1901

CHIEF OF MASONS. CONGRESSMAN RICHARDSON HOLDS HIOHBST RANK. AFTER THE GRIP GOMES CATARRH. CaawaH 4 atla 1 to tbe Daiuociatlo zVsaeas Baa TraaeJaoa jjerm Um Kn Soffnftalji fn nm eMfti mKoi -a.,.-.- a j-ia Tnr6-f onrths .of the patient lying on those moTr-white beds are women &nd girls. Why should this be the case ? Because thej have neglected themselves. Everyone of these patients in the hospital beds had plenty of warning in that bearing-down feeling, pain at the left or right of the womb, nervous exhaustion, pain in the small of the back. All of these things are indications of an unhealthy condition of the ovaries or womb. What a terrifying thought I these poor souls are lying there on those hospital beds awaiting a fearful operation. Do not drag along at home or in your place of employment until you are obliged to go to the hospital and submit to an examination and possible operation. Build up the female system, cure the derangements which have signified themselves' "b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 March 1901

jhf fcr I Ftmt ww,aaiUL tbe.fi f .S IU HHiKS' Tr . ff .aa . eee jx tae Buronutr vceateet. fifteen to- tweatr. e , r- , j i ..t. p. ji t, a , . -. & ui in r. .ar-vH. ma t. m mwrLjw nj i u av . a liftCSorBBU via wui wumjwwa wb wees, bjbubs, me "Now teae time t?aSTr$JBi it. ts read l$i& Wb- (& Broaii kxte the wtfywaewspaper hf this cityor state- 4x tauK Becflwftei ft, !& Broaa krfls tae eajv&eirepaper lTocatlHS Deawcracy amoag the colored race. '-? . 4 v - DANISH PROVERWfcr ' Opportaaity sofefSaiet "' Falat praise is ana. te 'abuse. Short flax ia!ces-1Bg thread. v Power often pes "before taleat. Death does Bet Mow a traapet. Gray hairs 'are death's afosBoaa. -Praise a fair, 'Say la. the eveal&g. Aloae la ooaasel, utese ia serraw. A short cat is -Bftea a wroag rat New comers-are always welcome. Every bird seeds Hs -swb feathers. Let every Ira stag its ewayaote. Tra5t'eyetybodyr hat thyself aost. We atut safer mack, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 16 March 1901

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 16 March 1901

CATARRH THIRTY YEARS. A Remirkable Experience of a Prominent - . Statesman. COIGRESSMAK MEEK1SOK 6IVES PE-RU-KA A HIGH EMDOBSEMENT. THE BROAD AX. FOXLXSSXD WEEXII. fiB. snaalnti nut a ttBuukaUlki ex Dtmosnej, w ranaera, nra, n-Birnw ex uaoor, isv Bwbllea, Friecta, er n i their tKTrto Jea? M (Mr ta. Kfilcfeta ol Later, Is- M hava their (arrte tec M its lsireper and rtasnaes&fe iaassd. rS M1MUM TVa B(id Ax b Bmneapar w&eaa pUtlem keea4 aaooxh far ail, art riwlsatag eh Mimtri tgh to apeak to own attod. Xeeal eeaassanJeatiee wiH -kara attasssUai aatr a tM at th paper. jBaaaaaaaHaaaaaaaaaav Srtv faBBBBKSTSSS7 ScBreBBaeeaCBSfi M"VSkU SSSBBBBvaweBBBBBS'5KaBBaBBBBBBV&-"------X aaaBBaaiBaaBSPaaaaBPS-'- "T.V ""VvV Baaaa9BlaaiBB5S-V"C.rrrjb VI aeaaaaciBB?5?335rfC,"I- A 1 fcr 7awP3jllBijQBaaaaaaaaaBaB3Ba-' SaaseeeeeeeWff ff 5aBaia2SBBBHBBaBBaflBBJPBHBJBBHw3BaBBaCJZ jaTLTjKi'r""'" "esMpMraBj5gSSM3BaasH!iKii3Zi I t?v.3BssBBBBBBeBBVSBBe?B9BssBBws-iSSsss mtoOTton...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 16 March 1901

r ' O 1 A MONST -iroABliH. j. PIERPONT MORQAN, KINQ Or? FINANCIERS. turn Capital Be Sew CoatreU Is Xttj. stated at Se.ee,e8 -Aa Airtiltocy and BaHder ot Xwrtrr Kb Xwcarloe PICUBMi It did not reaalra bis recent deal with Carnegie to make J. Pierpoat Morgan a mosey monarch. He was a, king of financiers before he made Us latest coUoseal lavestsaent in steel and iron. This transaction simply strengthens his position In the "world of finance, makes him in America what the .Rothschild are in Etirope, and clothes him with as great power for good or evil as to his fellow beings possessed by any absolute monarch. As the master mind of the railroad interests of the toantry, the giant of tie iron andsteel trade, the guiding genius of the coal easiness, and a commanding factor In electrical enter prises ol various sands, he controls money enough so that by a single act be could precipitate a financial crisis that woaM shake the United States treasury to its very foundation. He aad his interests...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 16 March 1901

if i..u.-1-; n From fiftrW aotM tae eleae of the aaayeraltr coatest fifteen to twesry SET uilifiC'TSii Iro 'Ar -will fee 'otatrlbstea each week aasoag the 'TtWIoSb.- Kr-A'liw titta to aararttoe Is it. to read it, and sab- Jic J"fj3X lra4'axis.ae ily aewapaper m uus cy or maie Deo7erar -aaacos Use eoiorea race. V CHIPS. , teeoart T. Sisss. g. A- T. WaAkias sV Altos F. Taylor ware delegate $fc Me Dsawsrattc eoaveatloa of Uw Town of lake. Capt. H. C Carter, "Jacob Harris, tikis k a ooW. raw morals, -bo please tic ea the steam and band ate aaoftctualat sottfe of old boarbea rye, tif tbat does set wans ae HP, baad The.d.iA." faJttoaoa States J. UeCoraUek raa rkkt oa aa all fee foosltlon watoa te boy et ato wart could briar to eoarajsUaatkU&aaaas we save before stated taat Alderaum McCermlak jpaMaot oaly be Teaomlaated t be IM awe oe rwetecwsu wj uc i iMUi a soaaoa. frhe Partus Waeatly Wemaa's Oiub vfMl et a alga tea and -arise aoolal at took" rooms, WW Dearborn street, Wedaai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 22 March 1901

. s?JK" - '!& 8 rm i , .... .,. ; av .ww - pcvOT 'jvtwv rsmw ks. VOI VI. OUR TICKET. For Mayor Carter H. Harrison. For Cltr lerk Wm. Loeffler. For City Attorney Andrew J. Ryan. For City Treasurer THE 1S9GES OF THE CAMPAIGN. The result of the present campaign will be the most important and farreaching In Its. effects upon the affairs of the city than any- that 1ms taken plate for & great many years. The principal Question with -which the nezS administration -will have to deal is the granting or extending the franchises of the railway companies. It -will have to decide as to -whether i these companies shall be granted an extension of tbeir franchises to thirtyfive or fifty years or whether tha grants shall be for a much shonteJ term of years. And whether or not the grant shall contain provisions not only for paying the city adequate compensation for the use of the-streets, but also for the acquisition of the railway property by the city at the expiration of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 22 March 1901

1 n THE BROAD AX. tHKavsMleaU tad ? thaMceboMlk vw ariaciefes a Deaw, kj ftaw, fepboHes, frotestaats, Katefe of Xber, VMhX Priests, r aav m.oafv unnt "aj was oast aw lsfcoiiecaadrasiioaiilattityfaaaed. tkataeiaai atXaaals amm kA ! ma iec H Bi pad Ax k a awrsfrnpar -waasa yktfac is MMt eaeaca w aa, arer etu 6ttertil rit toigesktuerwawriad. Taunt mwnimitritinn irffl bar tttatof aicaea&ea ess aide of ah paper. MmTmrm (adriaet)! 1 HalTi !! . sis Aanogs Avare. Cera tea. WJWP.HXZjOB,MttordPuiMB, Ho .tfoader tao fair sex Is tAmeriac far faal rights. As It sotr etaadav 'when -a man dies Ma better "half Is -titlta te only a talrd c his estate. arias the past eight months donatteas sad sabeolptioD asaooBtlas to over .2t,W lucre been received for the Rosses. Catholle cathedral of 'Westsdaster, "which structure 1st externally sow practically cosplete. Over $17,090,000 was spent on 102 vesMis jrarchased oy 4he navy cepartnent daring: the "war -with. Spain. Seven of these were transfe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 22 March 1901

AFTER-EFFECTS DF .r.rt mUmtmttrnj-. r 4X. c a.. t "Zrzr "ea aastrous. It Is commonly 1 W.Z?J?'r?rteraItr " amorous alknenti dcomplicahlchfolknv the grip re spt to be monscrlous Hon the acute stage of the disease. SomepeopleMave the grip very lightly. They may be confined to the house only a day or two and yet a lomg train of disagreeable, disabling symptoms follow. AUiSorts of tonics and stimulating remedies have been devised to meet this condition. None of them can compare la results with Peruna. Every one -who has bad the grip omgat to take a short course of peruna. txesa wasz zne louowing "Washington, Feb. 4. 1899. The Peruna "Medicine Ca.Columtraa, O.: uenuemen rj, nave taken Peruna notr for two -weeks, and find I am vury much. relieved. I feel that my care will he permanent I hare also taken It for la grippe, and take pleasure In recommending Peruna as an excellent remedy Congressman Howard. to all fellow suf-fM-ers." M. W. Howard. Congressman Howard's home address Is Fort Payn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 22 March 1901

BARNEY BENSON, 4b 3.s9hb1I at tBB6 aaar Heesi Hi Fire Wrecking MOVES afMKiafcaf HEAVY MACHINERY. yJfcjMiiuiaL, JH & QS A siiiiHEEigy at 4 rStK&set mnA Plaosiey rf OTTO V. SWELLED amt Ttigthr iaoefe cc Beams and Gkders lor architectural wodb Office, 3 1 South Canal St. Chicago 7WCTH&1C . fea vrssc "Oss jaas F. SeaAntxwsiey as an Sbbs?. AC XS9IL cp&2afl F .MNs J aTHftw9 V-flaBBa ffa&aaat AM -i&& B 4fiftaaaBaaa i aaaattaaachcaaHa MaK-BOaa 4a - IT tit i-Mffiimir nT-lir multf '"' t " aJ Sftafta, Walls',,, m m - I I &T 990B KB "" MB "W. MaLdac gUhaaqi S3 a sac ' 111 MMW WC JKV SB H fC atfSBaV v aaiamavi9flK 4feM aiame iflaucju. lateaa HBL W A. aTaTaTlPaPD aaB-ajBaP"- " aaaj -aBBaaBMBBaa WBU3M ei jk m a as aw ikk. aasc as? mmr aaaa eaaaBF mamsms- v om9 ifQniiaMVBp,' '&r9gr jwm: flftftiaft: jtf jaau jug. JjjUjjjl jwpjui. 'ViMBS CjttMttBiL aaaa mi ii ii IT jfkaaaaaaaaaaaaa "-ws- aaaapa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 22 March 1901

.-- .; tj aowaatftt tae oleee ot tfce mayoralty coatest fifteen to tweaty iinnonifl ooajni of The Sroai Ax -will be distributed each '-week aiaoag the ivters.etCkfeage. New 3 the tiaw'to advertise la It to read It, aaa"aa: sarlbe for Jt, tor-faa Bread JbE Is the baly newspaper in this city or-state aAvaealias Democracy aaoag the colored race. SOME THOUGHTS ON MAN. Most sea are ted. Bras. Mas is tab. little workL Lorraster. Mam Is the -roader of aatarc Plato, Mas a aa epitome et the world. Pilar. . Mea -were gay deceivers Ter. Saaxaepeare. Maa Js a sample of the anlversarTaeoaarastae. ;Maa is the great -woader. Hermes Trisaeyistas. iafialte is the help maa caa yield to maa. Caxlyle. He -was a bold maa that first ate aa oyster. Swift Maa the Image of God's personality. Broasoa Alcott YOTag- mea thlak old men are fools. Goarge Csapman. ' Maa is a soal siag the bdy of an iastrament Procate. Maa! Thoa pendulum betwixt a smile aad tear. Lord Byroa. Certainly the greatest scholars are aot ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 30 March 1901

l . r. . . . - . . . , c'W; ' ' -. v-i voi yi. OCR TICKET. For MayorCarter H. Harrfaoa. For City Clerk Whl oeffler. For City Attorney Aadraw J. Ryan. For City Traaagrar P. J. MURPHY. Democratic Candidate for Alderman of the 81st Ward. It affords ns untold pleasure to call the attention of the many readers of The Bread Ax, residing In the new 81st. ward, to the candidacy of P. J. Murphy, Esq., who Is the regular Democratic nominee for alderman for the two year term. P, J MURPHY, The Popular Citizen Candidate for Alderman -of the 31st Ward. Mr. Murphy has keen a resident of the -old or the sew Slat ward from his boyhood and he Is therefore familiar with all of' the leading citizens of the Town of lake and Bnglewood. He Is known to them as a keen stralgfctforwasd hneiness man and extensive property holder .and tax-payer. - Thl Is-the -first- tima-4n ,thehJstoryof his life that he has sought any political office and if the people residing In the 31st ward desire an honest, faithful serv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 30 March 1901

THE BROAD AX Cuiwjou'i n rnr ,- - - - --- TW"Tastaaal aSTc M as estimated at 2LMM el&t - Of 'this total aura than ft er eeatis eeasuaed la CVaa, la 'the electric cars aad railway waiting rooms of many elites flfea -'Wards 'ef 'health have posted tottee, 'forbidding, under heavy penalties, the wholesome aad nauseous practice spitting oa the floors. Bat hare- the aaiherities ever looked Into a cr? The hanor of being made aa earl cast Lord Roberts, as it costs every sew-made peer of high degree, theaaaads of dollars la-fees. yererthelMH. hosts of Eaglishmea, aad protesJy sot a f ew plain American citizens who esteem themselves while set wader temptation good republicans, weald gladly pay the price. - The municipal government . Bt Petersburg has appolated a coauaicaion to stady the question of sanitary workingmea's hoses. The city, with tts marshy aarroaadiBSS aad Its Uafc&lty to overflows, is regarded as aahealthy at test The eril Is aggrarated by the use of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 30 March 1901

?.- THE BROAD AX. fine m nnptr sTNwMMr to'iwfc iS?H fia msbm !mkab IcUrsS lT Msec! .TAttB,faadPMshs "T8STSa-AiuiaiBl-MIk re eTl ras estimated at SlMijm xeit&t- OCXkis total son Oa M tMt-te easumed la China, la 'the' electric cars and railway waking rooms of many cities the ftearite ef health h&Te posted 'lac&est? JerblaalBg, asder heary Yeaaltles;, the unwholesome and aauseoas practice ef aeKtiag oa the floors. Bat hare the authorities ever looked into a The tenor of being made an earl cast Lord Roberts, as it costs errery new-made peer of high degree, theaaasds of dollars ia-fees. Nererthsles, hosts of Englishmen, aad protaMy not a few plain American cltlaens who esteem themselves while not tubAss teaptatioa good republicans, would gladly pay the price. ' The mantelse! government. jf Bt Petersburg has appointed a commieaioa to stady the Qae&tkm of sanitary worklng&ea's homes. The city, with Its marshy Barrouadiags aad its ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 30 March 1901

Saw's YMfV cCn!ihMMMfe4jgi T. J-diSWiKlTliCQ. Tnloflh n TKTe, H twiMa, fear "bnTy. t nr Si Tii-f ni.Tl.-T-Tim 1 i - cmitvtq . wim Bie aauy. ant. tag directly npao tee blood ami mtwnSnrarfao-ee ctthes-tteea, TcmUbsbIUb seat tm ISS Soperbottle. Sold fey all dragrUta, B&l Family PHI fcab5t Herd of BsGsla, Charles Allard, of the Flathead Resarvatlon," near Kaltepell, Montana, has a herd of afeoat 275 buffalo. He proposes to select seven or eight of the finest spedmeas from Us herd and exhibit tnesa at the Paa-Aiaerfcaa Exposition at Buffalo the coming sammer. A FAIR O S.OO 8BOES FOR 0c Send us & for car coupon book, sell four f the coupo&s to your friends at as cents each, who In tarn seed, for our book, and In this war set 89 peats back. Return the order to us with your size and the kind of shoe you want, any size or style, and we will express youtne shoes. A.W. VAUOHAN.& SON.W'atertowBmi; RaDrostd Deralopmeat. There was not .an inch of r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 30 March 1901

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Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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