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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 August 1901

-. CWtMp H tat I "1 ana TafcaW j- f the Rep!, tlcm MMrjfatttfe Seat is aoaator 'ffttMaek? Tifau &f jfeath GareMaa. Be tltiMwteu IiMMae J beasts of. vhqtgtHt practices ni baHet-bdx staa lag krak -Oarettaa as Democratic metliada ef earn! aieettoa by tenpr. iatat; wr itosifcag &9 Jgegre -rote. His apctcaos tors the tact etaHlteRttmMtea -pielBrag e 4h subject of oJatfraachkeffieat la the South. It he were suppressed the Ropubttcaa weald fee MIC their stock te trade." Mr. 3arenilc, ye are right, the Decaeea&e party cab sever wis a national -eJectiee is this country aaless Ks lead. s eipee the mouths asd sidetrack sfcea ana as Bea. Tillman. The -devil aes set two great Ms stereotyped American Jokes to kug at the opening of Ceagress with prayer, and .the Ia God we trust" a the aiiTer delkr. The ballet la a -weapon, aad when laboring seen vote agaiast their owa iateresc, they are tBralas the weapon agaiast their owa heads aad eeraraittiag peUtkal suicide....

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 August 1901

- w AjV 3L5gggH-E9CrV (k. VOL. VI. jflj. BOSS ROBBRT. BURKE AND HIS MAN FRIDAY, FRED E. ELDRED. FAIKBh $0 RESPOND TO OBR LETTERS. ' Vnndav. JulT 8. the jWrtfor. llj jd Acting Cbalmaa3fbha J. Hayes, Jr the purpose or. aecertalning if he .4,4 received -a response from Mr. rake, to oar letter of Jan 26. Vr gtyes states tfct p to that time le had heard nothing from Mr. Stele." Thea he asked as If "we had rittfii to has." We rspoaded 1h the tjgatlve, bet at tbe suae time Innmsi hini tkat it -was oar Intention te oaumnicate "with "MrBarke. and icEkked, within the seatjfew days. Se oa July 1 the feWewis fetter vas addressed te.Mc. Barke: Chicago', July le, 1&0L ujfeert E. Barke, See.., 5ig LaSalle avenue, city. My Deer Sir At the request of ActFisg Chairman- Jean J. Hayes, I furHhed him with; a letter detailing and twering the agreement and understtsdlEg which I aad -with the press emittees prior to the re-election ot Sajror Carter H. HarrisoiL Mr. Hayes kfonatd me (Monday, Jul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 August 1901

Tv j S2 r V X8E BROAD AX. mWMA (JTHW) Tnere we aitegaicer la Tseatu efttes, thirteen tewas, sixty-two raeaed cities, 143 villages, fifteen abandoned settlements, and 33 haciendas. Scarcely any of these places has as many as 10,960 InhaBitants, the population of the great majority falHng beAmerican Roman Catholics coatribated daring 1900 for foreign missions 37L236, the amount being seat to the Central CoubcH of the Congregation fee the Propagatioa of the Faith. The aeadaaarters of the propaganda are la Paris, France; and from there the money la seat to support weak nilsstone la all parts of the world. The American contribution Is much larger thaa previous ones. It tea't against the law la Hiaaesota to kMl a gambler If he has been cheatlag, aad will aot retura the money to his victim. At least, a case at Granite Falls has jast been decided to that affect. Dr. Wlntaer palled his pistol aad shot a gambler -with -whom he -was pteying cards, becaase the gambler had eheeted aad refused to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 August 1901

.' CK JTitW: 45a2U. opk . ., - - IN OCtpN" or MEXICAN MK9NgTCMNS. , CaUferaJeV 4 nawu wiK ft a -gattoaal it ' T (Specailtar.)' $ lie newspapers e & iewdys ago 0f tie reami le Xies-Bgsiae of Bradbury, a araartaoat OalMermillionaire, aad Me feeaatilal -wile za absence war years far the Sinaloa Tnonatainn of Mexico, off entirely rrea aw gay world la they were wmk to Bsave, Tae of the parties saaatiaaed to the from which tiay Telaataray exthemselres recalls a aaagtar is the of Mrs. Bradbary that aaased her to be meatieaed ar aad -wide. Incident cost a hamaa AUe several repatatloa, destroyed happiness sad drsre John Brad- ( jrho was oae e the aaoBt light er au las yows area ei log ;, into the deep seoaak of the hills. The story is aae of a foolish iafataatis, which led A World et Wee. jdin Bradbury was oae of the heirs : t peat lortaae "waea jus father taken from tae xajo &lae, an blanket Tela of sold and sear Itosario, oa the Gulf of He and Lacy Banning were toge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 August 1901

a v , - s- lut Mijl$ Ivq, r us A ii ,' BY F. H. LA fCprrtCM, MM. ay BHrMfr Pea. cej For the twflrttetli mm that afterswaja wmmv BpmbasW'sw'BBBjs MPmjfPjrfMs 079 'watch aad TeCnrned It to Iris packet. II was net ietoreeted In tae.pseaa C time that pile of copying meet be nWsedwetber K took aim vsttt HtftiHgim Sat these brief hrterarteaiepc gV Mas a opportunity to look t a, nay thought tint tad kaaaloi him ateee dayttght. And the arUner be ieofeef at ft w better be lilted K. la tafm. Hk true, be had langhed at It; tfttrtag the forenoon abraded Ms ahouldors ImpatfeitUy: but in (be natoraooa be took out bis watch aed stVMi at tbe sfel. That a bm ef bis staid, prosaic make up saoeM bave dreamed at alt. was absurd; but tbat tbe dream should bare -itpeet -ait his waking thoughts ami come between his attention aBd Ms baoinnac affairs was worse thaa auourd- k. -was serious. And whs was the dream? Osly a waste of wild whKe waters, stormswept bat glorious la the foreground a towering wave curv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 31 August 1901

: -v w? Ttgjf ?n , & ' Wj rR, tffc nu -st v - reni ' M &K -. 5-ViL HEW TO fTHJE LINE. TOL. V ' ias- s-w&r w K, .BBmaaaaaaVaaaw sfsfc'aaamBaw Vs aaJTl ' VK?.'Jj BSSSSSS smBBBBW. teESES! j!&ff H Lamammx sammt. mt ' tiWJ aaaaaPsssaaaaaaaaw-' aaV raaaauSat mam! rlBk ImB I aaamauv aallfcr aaaaaaaamal wH. H .aaaaaaaaaaamm "iv B LaaaaaaVXaaaamami j rjBHV H IBl it a f "" mmm-J awa-e cffffl LIGHTS ONEHffiCSTlNG OP THE NATIONALJNJGGRO BUSINESS LKMHiE. On more the eae occasion it has teai stated by as that tt la not a jtxj pleasant task for us to criticise tie actions of these -who arc duly del. epted to participate in meetings or MBTentloas Mae the National Negro Bas&ess League, hat re honestly beliert it Is the soteaw duty of someone to take the hall Tight hy,the horns jb in earnest effort to "point oat or to bow to the leading spirits of sHch BSfements, meetings or gatherings, awe few of the many mistakes which are generally Bade h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 31 August 1901

? AXi saWM'irMoa Park supplies tree ef oast sulpharleths to ajj Mtiw engaged la aantMix lot if. Qreea k reoofameaded Jar bathtag dresses, because ft haraoakes with a tanned akin aa4 the emerald aad anppbJreof the ocean, XatBee Weber, who Teeeatly died at TabingMi, age seventy-two, was one of theptoaoors la south Germany la the mevesiont far' cesar lag greater priviNetha Oaaxeh, a man of scholarly attainments, aad a eeHeagae of .Blalae to Ike Maine legislature, k aew workfeg: aa ptoset cleaner ia Hlaae&pofiz at a salary of ?L59 a day. In ,JPrance the interest eaarge an the paMk debt to $300,000,000 a year, a peceepHa of over $6.. Ia tie Halted totes the latereet charge k less thaa f00;000,000 a year, -a. per capita of S9 Canada's exports ef bacon to Britain but year amounted to 136.0W.0W poendc, as agalaat 4,000,000 pounds la lots. This Tast increase k, so doubt; greacbj dae to the preferential trade - OTeaainBui At a reeeat college occasion la India, Lord Curzoa, the vic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 31 August 1901

Cr"" Baaaaas fctm ,, - DifiSafelf(5iU. ffCVUffi W Gum iMNlM UMiMI;lMH . yh sahaiiFit tvdSuWBvlMH Lea4ea Letter. High society a 1e eW worM farI tiefees far the && trf henaniltj I ttts&e tie exchaive luw ekVfaYared by these Wfceee tfttes fet&3& $ea fro tie erataary aaertal away Asice aonaationn. Tie extraordinary happeniass iawH. tie atuaea of, prices aad priaeeoooc, lords, Maes, ischesses as ethers Mgi ia tke social scale are eeaceotei are ef great teterest to tie ky atta aa shellac tut, however exaHei a peelUoa tie person isayaola a k4 where cUeeet are greatly la. ewHeaee, fee to fcwt hasan Ad sat tevolnoraMe .ts tie das irith wiiok tiose lees favored y birth are beset. Tie latest seaaattea, which i&s.set all Leadoa talking, has been furnished' by a vroataB. whose operations with all sorts e sen, peers, generals, dignitaries at tae oiarek aad diplomats, staaa ker as possessed -of an unusual lack of good serais a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 31 August 1901

A n. A, it The K. T.VMi yvf suocooetu tiife week. Tk At OmIm Oh W6Mte cTOstagthe enfcectofc aeuCTat tke CWMaesm Tksredar'Big and ike .atyct parade, wesealheredl W'ikArs- All la ill it was t n)tiir eer nerd ky the Hy Henry OambttnE Otek George w TerreH, iv etsime that ke: le a gee tiemaa, that he htw erderet TkevBread .Ax sent to kJs hews, feu -lMaveraftred-hy htelftteidfe. Gaaa Whig George ws& that Ik -ia'lyteg la this respect. George, ye youraoK erdered as to send yon Thread Ax the 1st ef October, 1839, an weYer saw Ms. Terrell wattl Jan. 1. i9; at that time we called at your tewe to do a little collecting, hai George Med tken about paying as aw? he has had ne regard far the trath from that time. So, George, we again ask yen to send us three dollars as year -subscription to The Broad Ax. NOTICE. Tkis-week aid Baa Sullivan Is oat ta the country busily engaged In milking kis cows, so he Is compelled to rest up lor a short -while, andf oar Sgkt agslnet Messrs. Barks and El...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 September 1901

r ? ' 4.1 ' - - 1 ' -",r'- -- - - m k any . , VOIi. T3C. BISHOP HENRY- M. lSlfMt FAVORS BRAKDOW NBOROag WHO VIOLATE THB. LAWS. Last "week, sad fe feet right sow. ,Bany mossbnok white people Ik all sections of the Seats have heea twasjwrted to Ike Mutest heavee, where bo Negro can ever eater, ever the fact that Bkhop Beery k. Taraer, whe bfes become too oM to. rhiBk latelhzeatly upon, aay saejeet, fevers eaacting tows to brand as crop off the ears of 'all Negre orlmlBsJs and baakh them to Africa. Jt is set Strang? that Bfcbop Turner fe ah adveeate of mutilating and deisringall Negroes who are supposed i vtehUe the laws, for tl must be rea-embered that awax hack in the reeoBtritett6 period Bkhop Taracr was oae of the RefmhllcaB wembers of .the Lagtelatnre at thai time, and ia order to make, himself appear very large. ia the -eyes of the waitcs be -voted -'aad "worked for the mesure knows as "the- chaia gang ' kir.' Yet, notwithstanding all ef tbe erwtty, raky aad severing which has be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 September 1901
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 September 1901
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 September 1901

kT , V INK if m 1am, bxrx. uxdsjbt ooumak; icm,M, mkir tear tear 1C 9he Bit oiNiw lasgfctbaTe tm fee Kwima Mr. that aigat. Saw "Widow XcLeaa was the arst to sat at; aa dropped ImtitnU Maetec MhMOS UijklMtlft 0HHI Hlfl ta ed Of th Sen Wha she sitae ejsotria a triaaapaaet ssag. as a Abater, Utile seamy sJes the Beck, tittle frayed wt at the wrists, ttsste, sett mm ewes, eWtt, fergetMt sum wit dreetay, paBoat eyes fererec taraed toward ea & bate. tekHag r0QV9(1 lf mw "Mars? wflBVBsasa"aYa. yTswsTgasBCw. vsbVB BraS" Trees of is Seek taraed Hi their seats tared at seek ether. Some mysi ted takea pleee fa him. Ha steed erect, Us igare was animated, he looked years ysoagor; Im his mwiaOr 91 eaoefca the ester easseaad sad Us area ware attgat wKa eaAs the oaagrogaiioa passed eat from the charea, ea all 'aides there ma aaatiated praise at the sermea. Tbo srinletor harried heme to Us saedest ream, Seng hlaMsif lata a chair -W pea wiedew, sad gased ea the ticsaty of, a saeea Seeded ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 September 1901

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 September 1901

IX THE BROAD AX. mm ii i i sli ill mil an Inn 'JirtuXLii'iZsm , ahuw, qe mm a htfti that cats. 0 It saM. that aatemeeues have k afcsapoaed the cost of harvestlag grain la tke Immense California fields that "wheat cam lie raised there at less aetaal east taw la the Argeatlae EepufeUc. The fregBeat walks across tie SwlsaXtaUaa frostier of girls of a seminary aear Maailanco, says a Some dispatch. . stombI the suspicious of te customs e&eers, who finally stopped a procesmea. ef 46, walking two by two. and aacertslaed that each girl was smuggling oigars er cigarettes. The aggrett&te raise was $39,066. A prize of 3,066 maris presented to the Berlin Academy of Science by the Marsala de Chaseeloap, a Parisian of partial American descent, for the best modern work en American history, has been awarded to James Ford Rhodes, a satire of Cleveland and a hrother-Ia'-law of Senator Hanna. Mr. Bhodes was so honored on account of his ""History of the United States from the Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 September 1901

an Ammm -$siR3m THAT STANOSH'THE HE5iT OF ST. LOUR. Was BntlaMS Oaet Its readers U Still Abre Sbe Os Called tha Hotfaer of Ketbodisaa la the Seatswest. The oldest Methodist church la St Lools. Ma, Is the CsBteaary Qburch, founded la 1839. Tie old. structure Is now undergolBg resoTatloa at a cost ol 130,000. "When. October comes, and the work Is finished, a bishop Is to attend, or perhaps several bishops, and a rededlcatlon ceremony will take place, which la Intended to be the most memorable that the denomination has eTer held ia that section. One of the founders of Centenary Church Is still llvinc la Bt. Louis Mrs. Mary Gordon Goodfellow. She Is In her 81st year, Is la perfeot health and vigor and is known, as the Mother of Methodism to the southwest. Ja Centenary's early days Mrs. Goodfellow was a leader la the Female Centenary Society, which accomplished a great deal for church work. The society raised $1,009 a year for many years. It was dene by sewing and by a large annual fair ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 September 1901

mmmamm a aV irti '.! I'H I , sy s " OEM. ' ark Barries. e pmj,S - Tyr fyy ib hHu e Eeejahfjajteariw pae Tseetatiess eowdomnlag Tyfoyat raacMownot of the is apcpoila Ike Soaih. It way set be tnpaepar lomlad -the aterpriee that the HoasbMcaa state ejaaveatioa of Maryland a)eo Ignored the eetored lxwthev ttheweh tiie Mr-white leadhat C tiae.partr had semethtsg to say m ail etifer ieeees, which wb that Jhe Itegra wt always 1e tbe wader tdg;inJthe.fiffcjt as leag sake bass the iclurti Men that the Mty-wktte gMdacset the Xopshsnaa party will light -me wrongs. ad la timeChe will 4ena.-the1t he mast rely ea ate owa stress; arms te d that JJot JB twaaty-HUi anneal cenjarotio of tie American Secular Caiea 3d Frea Thoaght Feaeratfoa convenes la Teak's Theater, Baffale.. All llber?8s la religiea are invited to attend .lifts laaportaat session, whieh lasts three days, front Oet 4. Redsces' fares as fee obtained from all points to Banfelo. for this gathering. Tie ob$0. tit the American Secalar Un...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 September 1901

.f -: HEIV TO TfetE JLUNE. -"' . . A . i TOIi. YI. ,. . - REFLECTIONS ON THE DEATH OP PRESIDENT WILLIA3CMc.KINL.EY, .AND THE ACCESSION OP COL. THEODORE ROOSVHT TO THE FRESIDENCY. The suddea death of President WilT liara McKinley at Buffalo, early last Saturday morning, after it mh been proclaimed to the world by. Senator Mark H&aaa, and by aaay of the most emiaeat pTaJdaas and surgeons. that within a fetr dj$ from that time the President would be' signing state papers. The rapid Journey or VicePresident Roosevelt to Buffalo from the mountains in. the Interior of. New York State to he sworn ia as President of the United States. The universal mourning and .sorrow on the part of the people over Ihe tragic death of "William McKinley. The awe-insplrlag. grand impcslag and impressive services held over his remains at CaatGn, Ohio. Tharsday, and in many other sections of the country. The suspension of business and traffic of every description for five minutes throaghout the ent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 September 1901

Jf--1f- USE BROAD AX WWAWWWMWWMWWWMMW lick A a I Hjpeak its ctb IP.WLIL, 11m Nebraska State .Game Wardea Fto-hMdem &e torment to figkt tie .jgrasihcppars longer witi poison, sayU feat fee leas of birds and game 1 ted eeetly a price to pay for tie de,etraetie& of comparatively few insects. A iameaa entomologist says tiat not vwae mossuKo ia f oar hundred ever '-testes beaten blood. To knew how to '&T8U making tie acquaintance of tkat eae ia tie important thing, and oa - tkat proelera tie scleatlsts seem to be -toaklng good progress. Br Ike "Will of tie .late Jacob H. Rogers, tie locomotive builder, tie balk ef Ms fortune, possibly eight millie dollars, is left to tie Metropolitan TCaecuaa of Art, New York, as an endewmeat fund, tie income io be used - far tie purchase of objects of art Tils 'will place tie museum, on a splendid U Commander-in-Chief Frederick St. George de la 3?oar Booti Tucker of tie .Salvation army, is sow a citizen of tie Waited ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 September 1901

M m 1 T f wiP " n "- i i ? l- , -. . vvvvunu reJH;lfefk,Tl "A rr l ? imi1 nnr - wni.m iuuAnrn WITH THE UNITED StItEs! whs inr T-rxsK t-JSKer. ProanZ. r . - . ii tL5?c5 " " r an. . The Dejartsentt the latarfor at j. aaalast received froa -Mr. sl uuawa. aw jsw. received from Mr. K. T. Holmes, tae agent oC'th. government stationed at ladiaaapoUs, Ind, the following; letter, waica requires no comment, It te oaly tiecsesary to state that Mr. F. Planer, ta writer ot the letter la ose of taa saoet sromlaeat of the Dunkarda and a maa upon -whose word the utmost reliance can be placed. HIa hose Is at Mexico, intL, and he will be pleased to substantiate rerbally or la any other way all thathe says la his letter. Anyone desiring Inforamttoa apply to nearest-Canadlan agent,wnose addresses are here glrea: M. V. Mclnnes, 2 Avenue Theater block. Detroit. Michigan. w ocx, James Grieve,, Saalt 8te.MarIe, Michigan. J. a Crawford, & w. Ninth street. Kansas City, Me. U Benjamin Davie. 154 E...

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