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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 July 1901

i . --. 1 v s 1AH MOTsT!. ie. Be rams tor wke sever taraa. ( He who suocoeds is pspatod wls. ' ipyfco fcaews ink, torsive, most, Jl's Wt et en fctfaag pot. i&v jwfetond j hte faults. .,MiWri is easily renewed. It totrath that makes a aaaa aagry. Bad grass dees set make good hay. Be wh knows netbiag never doubts. Fwr a weehegaa. God saadc tkread. A Tsfeatnry bjnr&ea. k as sarthen. Waal Is aeght,te obeaper ttea M, The era te hHad if the mind te ab0od heals aad the deoter has the He who Wows apon deet IBs his eras wWk It. Whe has. sever done thiskiwg never begins doing, - Whe la la the right fears, -who Is ia the wrong .hepee. He who weald relish his food mast He who -would he teas aa eM man mast begin betimes. Who throws a stoae at the sky, it fells back a his head. He -whe eats pears -with his master Speak wen of your friend; of yoar enemy neither weJTaor 11L He who weald have dear- 'water akeaJd 90 te the foaatate head. He who gives tread to others- dogs te o...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 July 1901

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Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 July 1901

"v"1 4 nw 1HE BROAD AX. WWWWWWWWOWftWWWAOW HfM miMiJii In aa4 a aa! tfrw vVWSBB fawaian,SSa SBeBaai SSaa Ml eaEBBajasl VBBaaawl eaaaaF Uflia Maaosaaaakat hiaULABfl. riaaaftat e tBABuaM !- J aMaaBmJUBWV 4m BaOBaMBL MV"V Sra eWeBSJ aWja5mnBeWBBajB; " alBSBaBaBst a ktoaa twite teg ah, tw aialarlf i tffU ta ttt ews viH kn rtwHiil sUte at ate rosaf. Itiiil noil mwiianfi (Umw)i el aaajeae.... ............. hihim tnW mS 9!mV.?lTU0&.1tMin aai raaaahsa, ' How sua? trees can you .distinguish ka the dark; by thr sound walch the wind makes la blowing through their leafy branches? Few practical exercises la botany are sure interesting tilths attempt thus to identify trees. Slvery man should be his owa detective te the extent of letting passing sounds tell aim as much as possible of vast Ibeesaaot see. A New York newspaper remarks that Fferxles cose aad terries so, bridges and bridges fall, bat tassels last eerever." There Is a scientific trath m ie observation. Of all works of xaaa s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 July 1901

1 a -M""aawaB,M f OB HDE 3t BJ5KOMKO. mbsbW MACHINE INVjgtfTED TO DO THIS SORT "OP WORK. jt Work Oat Xaoraiavttr rmifn otxl Celca stteat k'TUtt Variation Oalj On Otherviatrniiat Life Ij la th Worid Save Xeatal KSdrt. A machine taat ljjft b tie -work or thirty expert saatfiefnatklasa la being conftructed fey the -government in Its tdentlfic lastrsment snop es Capitol Hill, Washington. It Is to be as imprortmeat on an lastraraeat la ase In the bureaa ef the Coast Survey which has charge of calenlatlag the tides. This machine Mill be la a class til by itself as a Mathematician, Engjand has one which does a similar class of work, bat does aot enrry Its alcnla tlcras so far. The British lastraraeat ins inTented by Lord Kelvin.- The American iastrnmeat was contrived by E. Terrel, aa employs of the United States Coast Sarrey. The American machine now la ase cost $309. It stands about two feet nigh and Is eighteen Inches across. Its half a foot of depth Is a atase of wheels, puller and leve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 July 1901

:-a--5 FORECAST OF FASHIONS. Straw .backlec for hat triaminsB are tatty. JUgr :aWrte- tor elaborate MWifiH Tfca easa-wark etoakfag is taao rt tiatag fer maaKiaHaren. Wajta w aaa laadolr. work li ancfc -WeA tfcte acaBoa as triamUc A uretty at Is of taseaa strew trtwiaatil wtta tea veaee, wake r8s aaa ara&aMaYsa. flast aaa aost serviceable at the gowns ia tats watsriaL ' Sleeves are aaawiag a good deal of fatlaeas from the elbows aewaward, aat TMHWIw Oght at the tap. White aaa: ecsa lace. Mosses under elaborate tailor salts far afternoon wear are tie eerreet Hsedee. These wo caa set aSefdj feathered feoaa are waariag them of accordion flatted' eaMCea, Bet; or talle. Falsi Arab .aaa point de Vealse laces are extensively aseo. for trlm2siag mUMaery, sasuaer gowns, capes aad schac Tftere are boleros without hacks; sbaply treat pieces, aaae of the saost Itritnaat farka to wear orer the Alpine arts whkh tu-e always stylish for traveXas are narrower of brim, taa&'las...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 July 1901

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 July 1901

EHE BROAD w 4 OLD MISSION EUIN& miLA8Wiu Mpvwm rnMw, fir uv 2feaaha T. fJCx aSi to- la mfc m navaaaMK? la aaad. WartalTljaitTMtbllia adult Let- B9iiMtnMoa Htt At iwiHIhu 3aiaasr-a ama-atito etlfca ww. 7 atMiniitMwiiiiwtiiwti anas a smbs aa. hhimmwiiii ........ xnv TCTOB 3B3aOJU3 JLSC. A SHPiyJCtURk BOH.TYEARS AtJO. SIXTY, (nn Wr Tuzhi All Tnw of tfee AlUr aad fee Zaix llrsptee sJ petrified Wood ltOMitett-d CoB&aaaleaaU Kara Cairu tod "laiUaiu. P. amOK. Matey a4 PaMtift wr France's new prison at Freenes, some eight mBes frees Puis, is tie largest to tie werid. Andrew Carnegie latest to erect a monument te James G. Blaine at Pitts. Burg, prsbabiy is Sebenlay Park, Hear the Carnegie Institute. A memorial ef Rosa Beahear, presented by Seaer Gambart, the Spaa-teh-eosesl at Nlee, bas been unveiled at Fen-&inebiea, sear which town nhe dwelt for many years. The memorial eon-lets ef a bcenee ball, aa enlarged lac-simUe efoae of her sculptures; the bae-reHs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 July 1901

.,' L 0fflEm iBMODS. - -. pjCOLlAR CAUKOH .UCD IN itai.V AND JtKUiOe. 1 fc9a as jaggs', . Bum jjr Tears rw ' J l-J-9,Jt ? ini Cause tS'Xaatoaa. er jie system at nail 'cienas w means of apoetaWr wwtnietod canyon lias now bean aiaatoi irltk great gucess ttroagnont tie w& f Italy, d Is gradually feeeoaslag knawn and predated even to the taw as-to-aate provinces of the aeatn. la taa soata of France also Lhasa asanas, are coaag Into extensive use. Efich cannon te ef the shape ef an inverted cons, tie eneaJns at tie jBOutn being 28 incae -wide. It la planted npon a tripod 3 feet klgk. The Si Itself Is 6 feet S taebee nigh above tie tripod. It Is sancto of tain boiler Bon. At Its base te a forged breecn Tnlth holds a forged Iron, block. la tie center of this block Ss an apertare f inches long, aboat the size of a jtrga dynamite cartridge, la which Is pjaced a metallic cartridge eeatalalag djhty grama of Wasting powder xndded with a cork aad tamped like as ordinary miner's Meet ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 July 1901

a jc c ? ,. --"': wBpi- BT enawnaaat. SKat VM H1IMU x-cuuftr. U OU'ltmM mm k- s irs seerwred ales ate seat h eK thktQMiNnlNi tofcDtnL He tMdksiMd tlM ettrBy iMttotlr. B had mm it war-teK. TlM letter had kM n Win ay Bertram Ryder. Xjpiwvii Bi dr fettswpostaa, hat Mc and wort iatlswrte irleaa. he had Bet knows that Krdar l aeaaeJated with Hera the M wel he lutd m to lors trttk A sasaioa' esJte tnrnaiiaaainaraiffl wish Ms pay aad hia prospects. Wet tint flafeMter aot vmM MteeMf tkv realty leted ess ether. a.-ir Kcaaedy sad sot dared to pat aa sdfeeUsB ti&ttHtrik aeolerass. Be he had heea serewlag ale 4Nran as to that peiat for weeks, aad althosgsi he mc far from eel osaeeKed ietrr he had feK that he was teeag ommoiwoA by the pretty .oaBthter et the prose areas esatraeter e Ba arease. If she woali eotee to the door fer the awH today! He vwd4 watea aer wasH settee kor aeeesUaoe et a ltaraesU hy Ryder, lie ifcsags sparred hJsx to activity.. He imtaaod Wimwrti Hh Us wsrie its '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 3 August 1901

?v w -, v'V '"' - jf .. r2ft 5 ' HEU TO THE LINE. ' .ife r- BaftSBJBStBBSBaari SWr VOL. VI. I ROBERT a burke; bsq., AND MR. FRED. E. ELTRED TURNED DOWN THE BROAD AX. What Is set forth, In this, and in the subsequent laraes of The Broad Ax, may forerer and forever damn or condemn as in the estimation of Mr. Robert E. Burke, Mr. Ered E. Eldred, Acting Chairman John J. Hayes, and the other leaders of the Democratic party of Cook County. Bat oar motto has eTer been to "Hew to the line, and let the chips fall where they may." Therefore, when anyone does us a wrong br practicing false deception upon us it never makes the slightest differenee to us whether such person or persons are rich, or poor, high or low, white or black, we always speak oar mind in reference to the treatment which such persons accord os, though the havens fall. Although there is an old saying to the effect that it is - much easier to catch files with molasses than with Tinegar, this nay he true in some cases, in other...

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

VHE BROAD AX. WSWM bat Tnm. at Lafeac In. limit, a ao lose M i Arras eesserlpt has Jot frea three years serrise ho of agUaess. It was held that bis appearance would make his comrades lough sad thus iaterfere with, discipline. Young lawyers have a fine field open to them is Texas. There am forty counties la that state which have to seek legal advice outside their limits, as they bare sot a single attorney of their own. The vestry of Christ Church In Philadelphia, replying to the many suggestions for memorial tablets at the STave of Benjamin Franklin, says: "It may sot he generally known that the grave of Franklin, though simple. Is what he.fcimself, in his will, dictated it to fee. The church has for past years maintained a policy of keeping the historic spot as it is." Bocemac, and, in fact, the whole of Gallatin county, Montana, is afflicted with & scourge of dandelions. They are to be seen in every garden and in nearly every field in the county. In the summer the littl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 3 August 1901

OPENED JAP POETS. tfORt-D NOW REAPS WHERE HE SOWED. ffTsaflAj SBl Wabba.. a. td Calbratth Ferry, eke Assert ! .. r.BBodan Who Hada'at rtnnu 3 As, present, "when tie development tbelr Oriental trade ts oae of tie Mg concerns of civilised aattoas, is raeepUonally fitUaS tlae for the iMctfion of a monument to the Ban j5 did more than any oae other labbiI to give "western nations an -e-iiir, In the east The man -was Jaajodore Matthew Calbralth Perry, tmiw of fmUy whose name ocfSu in honored place In the naval vyory of this country, and himself ay of the most illustrious Bailors ever jcoBinandof an American ship. His -jgery was honored July 14 by the legation of a monument, erected by uaiEese, on the spot where his foot w tread the soil of the Mikado's j4om, 4S years ago. The visit of tigry, according to an eminent reprejtiure of the Japanese empire, was tta taming of the key which opened $e doors of this country to friendly injjjtoorse with the United States and nleeqnently to the peopl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 3 August 1901

THo'u'aETTSVROM JOHrfSDN." A aeea Bar -write at amy time, If he iriUaeldeit4toge4?to'k. N ls?eh 'speak at a mats, la Ills twa preeeace. It )b always Indelicate, and BM7") offensive. There are lew ways la which & saaa oaa be wore laaoceatlr etnproyed than la getting mosey. Fae ,le a ahattleeoolc If It be atracfe: only at one end of the room, it will soon fall to tae groand. To keep it ap 1t aut be strack at both ends, y Sir, bo man will be a sailor who has contrivance enough' to get kiraself lato -a goal; for belag la a ship Islelng la a goal, with tae chance of being drownCanning has effect from the oredaltty of-others, rather than from the abilities of those who are canning. It, i reasires bo extraordinary talents to lie asd deceive. Depend apoa It, that if a man talks of his mlsfortHnes there Is something in them that Is sot disagreeable tb him; for where dbere is nothing bat pare misery, there never is any recoarse to the mention of it It is wond'erfal how much time t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 10 August 1901

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 10 August 1901

. X IKE BROAD AX. r - - WWftWMWAWNft v12sxelaae: grows store quickly kar ether large British town of lata Years. Frem 1861 to 1861 its pepslatte,Tese frem',W to 130,008. Paris te threatened with aa elevated 'structure la Its finest streets. It Is proposed to build a moving sidewalk, like that wed la the late exposition. to ram along the aveaae de 1'Opera, -the grand Boulevards, the Boulevard SebastapoL the Rue Turbigo sad the Rue de,RlvolL a circuit of aboat six ' sanes. A 90-kaet Bteaiaer with -propelling machinery oa the turbine principle, according to the laveatioB of Mr. Parseas, Brother of Lord Reese, Is being constructed oa the Clyde for the Freaeh Northern Railway company to ply between Calais aad Dover. It is expected to ma this Hammer, and will dovthe channel passage In little over "half aa hoar. From the time of St Paul's young sua of Troas to the recent death of - the gifted son of the Secretary of State, records of fatalities from falllag oat of upper windows are not unc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 10 August 1901

AXi . UGHTS CHRISTIAN AT W HEAD OF t .. . caoteaaaaa wHfc 1fca Mh ' " . - --- Usui' te-i . . Of mmwmmm. rtm S DacS M Battle HT 'Ww' r (Tangier -Letfor.) , commaaier-ia-Ue( of tne -togfh army Is iobhj Seotsaun 2ed Maclean, a atssabsc of c, Hlghdan. Entering tan British army Wfty years ago Maclean tew some acute if"111- "WwMakdHaaaa, the gijjjn of Morocco, dediedt to reor--sli his army, he apaHed to England fg drill master, ana Mariana reared the dlsappoistaaent Soon after Ui arrival among the Moors he won & Soltaa s caaauoHn am khb sot eftl7 the commaBder-lm-ohieC ot the gerefliB army, bat the traded adyjer of the late raler. He reerganlsed $ army, and his daring deeds In featlapressed the natives so mach that I, practically held the nomination to &, throne on the death f Mnlai Haaaja, although the'graad Tinier, Ahmed Vb Mnssa, a150 possessed naach lnfseae. fit saltan's hrother was ready to f&i the throne, bat. as "Maclean and jto Uossa were the on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 10 August 1901

ft ' " -r -- AWDftD . H. --. jA Jx Ti71.ii jt' BtefT, Wsrg .-: fefe fee? la tiw keat the day slspr beeaase yea -srast-te whrte -ab.slaabK e smb? to Knu DMt take the StH ee fc ts M&taee ad let Mm melt away eeaee by eeaee while he stakes life steeraWe tor those ia the vJelaUy. Dee.t aaadwicH baby aad baby earrfctae fats a, asob aiatply because yew mat to set a gHaapee at a street par--Deat drees-tbe httle ae ae though he were a aombor of a peter expedttkm. - Here;, are a few thlaga which yen ght te, de: Sire -Ike little oae tkree er fear baths a day. Of re lm aotbiBg streager tkaa milk if ke aader a year old). Take eS nearly all kls clothes, pat kiai la tke eoeleet pteee ia tke koaee, aad watch klm klek kls keels la tke air. Pat kls crik ia tke airiest part of tke keaee aad pat klm to sleep at & o'clock. Take klm fer kls oatlag la tke cool f tke eveaiag. Pat kk cofefort first la all things; that's wbat year mother did for yoa. Give the .Httle fellow a skow. Bab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 August 1901

W iiPP 'VET' "" ' "vw,iw' a 7 jMBI" ' ' ' """"!? WpppTypW ill iipip PW IIPWW'I IIIWPI 'I I' MUMMIWI f - &"" " - r- &fraf ' . '- ' '-.-.. - ". . y. . . I - - . BBHHIB ,6. IbbbbbbbW. . bbbbbbbb. iSaVBBBBBBBBBr bbbf bbbbbbbbbbv bibbbbbbbbbbbbbbb Fbbbbbbbbbbt a .sy ft ?33 F f VLIbbbbbbbbbl W. sHu-sP-r smm, w K3HS5A vH Bsmmw jii -jJmr ss:Wb, F?srJKr j emmV x ?- " v qFi BBlBBBBBP.BBBL csKSBSSanBBBBJfe. VHfa yr3ujr ice191 SIBBf BBBBBBBBv X vi. T f - J SSSSCBssBBfCssBpwmwmwmMmwmwmuBBmm .' PrHjipiAyih?; mmmmav mw9L BmwmaBW . .-. PHiBBaBBr SjnBBBBJBBBBS r nBm -- iSBBSSBBBBSt bJ BBBBBBBBSBfeV. HEW TO THE LINE. vol. VI. 4 . L 1 ROBERT E. BURKE AND E. ELDRED ARE STILL ' ON THE RACK. i swvins uunuu m vmr ,ngai Messrs. Burke aad Bldred it ycesary to pause a few raomeaa jrfer to make several observations were overlooked by hs la the jsoe of The Broad-Ax, first, that Ttarsdar (March 28), the day we ear last confab with Mr. Bldred nlstace to the write-up on. Mayor etc.. he, Mr...

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