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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 8 February 1902

,rT" CHINA'S ATOLH!8f$ INDUSTRIAL SOHOOfcS BEING ESTAB LISHED IN THE EMPIRE, leaagh: HerfBTjPeSali & Srcst Heed for a Mtt&aSlnmnat at ta. Condltfe4i"Ao'rno&eiaTr la pro esient Started , The Universal- Gawtte - baring t printed at length the prespectaa asS rules of the "Pekia jBdaatylal school." proceeds to exhort ether proviseee ta rollow so worthy an example. Tha founders of the school are Indeed Tov ers of their country, says the Shaaghal Mercury. Oae great cause of China' decadence Is the destlactie& hitherto made betweea study asa trades, the consequence of which is that those whose stady despise those who prac tice the arts, aad both sides suffer from this divorce of feeling and Inter est The artisan Is Just 'as conserva tire as the scholar, aad owing to Ills obstinate refusal to adopt sew meth ods, the foreign article "has come la like an overflowing- tide. In fact. If we bad been bsakiag as good articles' as the foreigners they would probably never have invade...

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. — 8 February 1902

'AS m. - r t - I - :i r? it Of" JUHI t Bxseatiig tte Twk a4 the peasant ayaaaUfee f Servte aad Ifoateaesre, there fe sew aettaer essBerer. Idas or aetty eoverelga la Sareae who la f set spraae from the lotas of James I AM the British hoase. all Boorboa, all Hapeears, all HeaeaaHecHr all Ro aaaoa', all Savey, the oSdal Boaa artesall the alaer ralers la Gar saaay, all have la their Tdas a strain ef the "Wood -of Jaaes. Brahar6a SUmolaBt. - Sara Senear t says that "the secret 9tr aer ea4aracels that esae aeTet Tee6r Fatlsae," she aMs, "is my stlmaktBt. Iaatead of palling ae fdowa, it prs ae oa." She goes to bed at 3 o'clock ia the morulas Invari ably; aa4-always rises at 9. As for the asalpreecriBtioBs for the prescr ratios ef. health, they receive scant atteatioa from-her. she says. Old Busby- Teae&ar Dead. ij. W. Vecqaeray, who had. beon fox searly forty-three years master 01 modera languages at Rugby, the fara- obb English boys' school, died a short "time ago in his seventy-sixt...

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. — 15 February 1902

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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. — 15 February 1902

r ,. rjffi BROAD AX. .ftAjBft C SavaaaaaBsv"' ataUal HMMAftflAdBaPBBL fjaUBBBjaBBBBJsjf eaVJ asWUPB"V esssBFaa, sssSBBSaavaaaaaaj 3' "i fc jirMiaMMfc lac aft, iliiwlac tae MaStE .a! . Isrssfr CfaAvay-tsssa-x' Tte leaeeball awgaates are playlBjr ' great aattias game. Admiral Yefc has heea ordered by the .XUseae geverameBt to arias als- Bavy 9 to ike Baited States standard. ffa Gaiaa the year begiaa la Febru ary; -aid the Chink thus escapes the JawMagraLbaw ef good resolutioas. lfewpprkprohaby realizes by this timeae -supreme tolly of attempting te cosfaae a& earthquake to a tunnel. gwleetooaowBM eatertalned Pader jejrski the other alghtski. After a flow of soulakl ,they pat each other to bed kL Womea la Germany caaaot be said te he draggiag' behind the times; they treat the family washing done by a trset It is bow -said that the pope is tired, aot side Perhaps he has been read ies the conflicting rumors regarding his health. The Kentucky girls say Admiral Schley is .a flatterer. ...

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. — 15 February 1902

)F0ft HE TWMC SMMKf ,CR' . r t ifif W -ners, svnd Tbef OSfisiw wh for-a-SOs So write oar esweesaee; iWoaa Mr. pjt c&ambets fr-Soaswt street CiUwick: "For otst two yaara I . .muiIm from iMttBaatfMG&B bl ouse reduced to - s4tVf j. ittlwart sen. wwwsa nwi &oca fjom 0y business f eeftare tsiat that I could hardly drag oe log after the ether. My dear we 414 aU she oa jlbly could to tii ase -with dainty dishes, and as I oatsrfri the bouse I miffed and thosgat: Oh, how good; I jtBow i caa eat that!' Bat alas! ao jooner bad I eatea a few ssoathfnls, Wlea I felt sick; severe jadas shot throegh ay chest aad saoaMer blades, giy eyeB swam aad everytaiag seessed. fclact, I became aXsraalely sot aad cold, and sot op tresa sack a dalaty 41nner heartily sickbnivias, aad feel jog I was a sore trial to everybody. I Biy mentloa that I was also Yeryaaea troubled with scaly skla, aad oftea boils. But one evening I noticed my wife seemed more oaeerfal thaa usual. I Questioned her aad found sh...

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. — 15 February 1902

r s v f ?m 1 zr-f-. '! V h o- . 0& Bte- - OBIFS. Attentat It Cowea, Tacessa BulWtec lae set the last two weeks la New Orieaas, I., a4 otaer sec- tteM of tlw ScHrth, he wIU retara hoe Meatey weralms, asd be ready for tnuJaees, Taessay erealag. Feb. 18, The Doa. lass League will observe tie birth day eC Fredriek Doagkss, at St. Marks' Chwch, 47th aad State street, A&erey a A. McHwee, S Lalag ''WllHasas. Ber. K. C. Raasom. aad airs. I A- Daris will be the Jeatisg orators. Joha B. Hart, BresJdeat of r the Deaglass Lesgae, will preside. There are mea staadiag la pulpits terery Saaday who are a disgrace or God's oaaee aad to the aaaay aoble . sea who are la the aaiaistry for the good they caa do. Colored people de- ipeacf largely oa their ministers for mo- ;ral sapport, so let the people sea to it - ;that the aaworthy aea are cast out '' aad oar palpits parlfled. The Times. 'Dearer, Colo. " "Big" Negroes do aot support Ne i'gro papers; 'they are greatly Interest--ed ia theaa, borr...

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. — 22 February 1902

-ser-zrasm pMff.VCS'Spfg -s. 'v 4r-' 7wjr - &Vi5w::W" " -fl. ", liPlm? ' w" ?' ?,?sp -'s' y- - ? -t-- -- -- " v- -fP1-- : v: . - - - . a . . --mflmlmmflmmP HLvL v.BLy jgwBwjp yjaSMLir mmmaX flmimW. v TOL. Til, BEV& A. J. CAKBTJ. P. THOMAS AND A. U MURRAY, ARE INACX TIVE OR SEMPING. HILE VICE, CRIME.. SINK-HOLES .OF IN IQUITY AND SALOONS ARE FLOURISHING RIGHT IN FRONT OF THEIR RB3PBCTIVE CHURCHES. E, H MORRIS. ATTORNEY FOR THE GAMBLERS' TRUST, MAY NEGO TIATE A TWENTY YEAR LOAN ON BETHEL CHURCtt. Anyone possesalas an ordinary or a, reasonable amount of intelligence oald naturally, be driven to the con clusion that churches are established jnd maintained. First ' for the sole purpose of improving or bettering the Borals of these 'who become mem bers of the various oharchess well as those who do not afiliate with them. Second, to provide for the wants and comforts of those who have grown old. in the service ofy the churches: thos: who have aided. h'em for .many years with their ...

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. — 22 February 1902

'?.' r L' -" IT, ?- . t v? - w- b WE BROAD AX 99m 9tt WMpMpf rrww, ffw MBTSf W MWWi Bread Ax fa tamm Iwtfesm Smi iA ter rilklHQittiliMI wr an, en SSHW rite af tt 9tb (itmet 8 y ' The iHdtea will sezt be TegBlrtsVto rabscribe to the fasbloa papers Mark Tapley woald hare mads (deal governor for the Philippines. VI Two Biddies woald get Miss Stoae eat of Bulgaria la tweHty-flve minutes. Perhaps Br. Parkhursfa remarks aboat "dead soals" xaeans those of .corporations. It Is said that all the Dutch leaders distrust Mr. -Chamberlain. They must be a suspicious lot. Crowned heads of Eerope aad Asia are jest learning that the United, States is a good place to ylslt Between tae Japanese faction and the Russian faction in China where do the Chinese come in. Another bachelor club disrupted by the frequency of marriages contracted . by "the members. What's the use? The field of dlscoTery will never be corered until somebody shall bare dis- covered some way of preventing fires. It might be possibl...

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. — 22 February 1902

m , - Z.VO--V!Ki. - , f T'Sl-"- p a i - s H . fjL- SPWfr... v ,-T- SATVDUST m Af OOD. GERMAN SCIENTIST S'AYS IT GAN BE SOlJTiLtZi.. TrnlB Tbaqry on idruced Deeiared nutritious Tha Straw Ber Cow Yet to te Heard "fromi the . Babjeet Xa lie TBo Kar d The mule that died jast as his mas ter bad taught aim to live oa sawdust was an ungratefal' beastf Before kag torses and cattle will be, fed 6a saw dust entirely, it the laveatlon ot a German, as described fa tie Baltimore Sun. fulfills cxpeatatloaa, Consul Fraakentaal ef Serae Teporti the invention ia Garmaajr of a method of utilizing sawdast as a t ooditaff for torses and cattle without the aid of the green goggles at the traditional anecdote. There Is a residue of thi peels consamed In beet sugar factories, called "xnelasse," which coatalas about 50 per cent of ancrystalllzed sugar. This melasse Is to be mixed with saw dust, which is shown by analysis to be more nutritions thaa straw. Straw contains OTer 3IS P&r cent of albumea, 16 ...

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. — 22 February 1902

-?w ' V V s- conn rnfek or chk&QO; ' Wee tasted MIBae of Loate F.i Wright, Hegro, by vsee at New oat feet eaee. is farther see that tbere Me jaeaar iIMm- la tWe eeaa try. who tre nnyfyfrfet heart aad are always nady taeelay ihelr raee areiadioe aaalaet all J8gws. It aa psK that Leate Fl fright, wo re-, ataed wik Ms awther at Ne. St aiehe Ceert, (Mb- city, 'was & seateer of . Bleaarde sad Eriafcle'r- atestrete, skth me eerfonatag at New Madrid at Ok tlae "Wrigkt met fete death at the haade ef the arte f white Christ--taaa, Jaet iH-ecft the shew, those eeaaaeeiBg the atob teeaited aad a- deavered to lapsed w Wright, aad jaet beeaese hefetlked back to theat. Mfee a free teas, they beeaae bead ed at hba, aad fiaat same sight these whtte(7)geaUeaa weat ip the theater fatly deteralaed to take Wright oat aad give him a geed seafed eeatias for dariag to coatead tor-ate rights as aa Americas oKlees. ' Thay raehed apoa the stage 'after him Mke wiW devHs,tBt he fired lata them with his...

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. — 1 March 1902

3 :? V -i"i if I- - p V L ; TOL. 'VIX. AIR NATOGATION. Balleaiag has aad always must fail BBder present Hundering and ever am bitions efforts. Maa k mare ef an air animal than water one. Tesaeeeedia. ir sailing he seeds only a simple, safe vessel, saiKsg calmly and comfortably in -which Jam geaias devise Improve meats. Firstly;" be mast regard the r as & great bat filter oeeaa. His ex perience witk tie rivers aad seas win give simoome. primitive ssggesir&ns. How to Soa.t -safely is the problem. To sa feio vessel a tke water requires bsllaeting downward so that the water will be as a wall to support the vessel and preveBeverturaiag, a, most fre quent aceideat, even today. To sail it in air'ie weald seed ample ballastiag , upward. -New conceive your vessel daly prepared, nrmly anchored ready for freight, etc At what elevation do you wish t mount? Weight of vessel and freight aa known, yoa have bat t Joed the held with ballast enough to- ever come this weight -and send year ves...

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. — 1 March 1902

:,. V r ' - - st - r - ; r ' . .a - m& i-o. w tef 5t 15ft BROAD AX. rxrfxrutiWW"wii m m m m mm m Vsl hayt. t lAbacIa J".lflE Axisai a aar isasaxsteenrai Xaai iilntfnr vrs kn nraMMcMi (advenes)! .- JLS tie sreat MpoBo-aaaat tadBaea It'nrftt'A Real eeaWatasent i apt la atayla tOU'lmt la settla fHrtber -aloas. Tae-teed roads MOTeaseataeeaa to fcxTS'tet stack ia tie ud or a. smew- "arift.'' ." Seam baa irdttea aBQreL Now It's aa to Roddy KlpUag to organlie a .brass' band. , JWltk soae people It la easier to die for. taelr coaatry taan. to be polite to - taelr aelsabora. ' TaHas oat insarance against aaaH 'pex aas become a erase lk London. . "The core-arm Kind la good. If gdverament employes say aot '- lebby'for sore salary'eose of them -via be left wltbest aaytalae to do. ' Safe blowers get $60.W8 la cash .oat ef the Lemon Bank at JLcwortn, Ga, ' .Add aaot&e&Bqneexed lemon, to the. list aay -aa Irritable man eavles An VirewCaraegle'a abUlty to throw whole ilbrary'at the head...

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. — 1 March 1902

THE DOWCEYBUik'lCER pBj sad W Wte JLSferdod sa t Teaderlela XedsrlaBS. Teaderlola Bwasetriaas "were sJgalr esterUlned late 5t evYeates by ta spectacle of a dialaatlva deafcey, oe etrfddea by larja Baaa, staadlag In tie shadow of ta Greeley atatae, "while FoBcea&a Galtegkw of the Broadway sgaid was valaly iryiag to set them to awve aloag. The deakey is kaowa throagb the regioa aa "Billy the Booecr." He Weags to James Carroll ei 156 West Tweaty-Nlata'etrefet, -while kls rider wMTaaiWTUer of the suae tddresa, better kaowa la aear-hy re serts aa "The Seadter." The little aafeaal had his ears tat, aad was orayiag atNa,ltca that arowaed the roar of Broadway In his Immediate vidalty. The pleasare.of the crowd rose to -testacy '-whea the policeman paagd ee&iadaaa the tlay fcoefs flew BCaearly sSekras him la tie head. Tiler admitted that both, he tod the doakey had had aaay drfaka," tad the peHceauua tareateaed to lock them both ap ea a charge of Iwing crank aad disorderly, 'whea the...

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. — 1 March 1902

"& . : " J "f ui- i? P. .- JT& - 'y1 t--. -?3 . w- S2 . K- &? Bfe ' " -. Hj.1. .V . fcr. V . -rfeVV - . J-- - r Syi?" 'J fcv.V -, . w - V -. V. . v -t Poa'tVriftva attHe goo ttOaas A -vfttrsM fa ft ' la Ua mm fcatr yroaattifiily aray" uM ww jg imnmrtafaly iyejy, Few wmsbb Art aWartiay gt smt-rte-ad Mr atap Urt to&re. Tie ! a irawaa kaewa afeeat ay tfctag the mm yeaKiTfcke fa. Lm4 a ans Utte rb the ext 4at Jw !! strike yw tar a.461ih 7!tea3s are so baaf tbat taertkraa omh Jw gHte them gndtlaUr. f6w,irMtt will ate that she awiTiea the Jrataaaa. wae proposed to her. :Ia after years raaa rejetces becaaae C the lalhire et fata yowthCal anaM- He'te eertilBiy a meaa aaaa, who trin ae'er divorce da the greaais of aoa aaafort i Amy self-Bade mas i apt' to feel eerry far the taferter product of the Almighty. ' ', Darts- Ma aojesra here on earth a sum Bwtpst ap "wKa a lot aad pat :aa Jar a lot sore. A airl treqaeatly lets a good ehaaee ' ge ay while -waiting for a better eae -l...

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. — 8 March 1902

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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. — 8 March 1902

- I- : IS' , t. l t -jr r r , .- i', . .;.- T- - : F-v" -s i- ..- ., if - fe' r- L irt-r. RU" rQ- C-&L?' sc r - SHE1 HATl. oW-trb tickets te-Mfchi ht Wa- M MM Batet. Willi Ma- iwWt vffl he t tari la Macea. Aartl td May. at eae are pees sass fer lae roaaa MSe-wajr Settlers ti&etC t MlstS . .. -j- i - r hViKMM, ideme, Waaasaatoa. Ore Jea Md Brifieh Qetemhfe o sale rTM7 ay totes march, ami April at mes fat. to SaMt each. X)ae-way settlers' tickets ea Jt fMarelr 4th, Uth, ,lth, tk al April :1st aai 8th. to Miwweota aad Nertk 'Beketa. potato ff 0Bl7fC.il eta. .- . These tieketaare pHm.i trim iaeUMag the fanumn Great Herthera . Tlyer." Tatals the aest eppartaatty that has eaorcd to parttee-wae wtea ! erst Ow ia the Great Northwest. TifcjaMlia; about Great Northern esBatry Js give 7 ageats of the -"cearrHftrOwa. -Xalfway, or -these 'tfe' afree ef Maertalamg jaet what aa- 'pWtualtig are DSered there, caa se- :.seee fa fllaetrated Iafermaest ia ralacaaca to lead, cHmate, craps, rates...

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. — 8 March 1902

V " i , "" Beir asihwr,gb -Ml ssegay ory of the great West yet written, ja to be imblfihedAt a 4y date hy Porbes & Co. Tie !w te wlHk George Raterse, mjh jdg of sostkem Tn-BsW Sa 0err Hairs Miwilifm; aa St fe said thesory rawstwa; trwa bts nlag to ead la miner's easts. The Themes Orchestra, gives asother 0ae of the Yemag Peepee" Rtograas (whlch proved so psjmlar daring the ionday seasoa) Friday afternoon and SAturiar evea'as, F,I8iM March L There will be ?2f5W JT orchestra the w98c 6Y MaxoSr 8,iie next concert "Wag March m sad 15 H akh fiae Jfe rawis the fe&i lorfcal 6rle. N BaBBeieiaeBeBBIBaBaiB.BlBaBlklaailaiBB1) A steel large, bant te carry grain, oa the great lakes, -wIU hojd 72.8 bath-eta. a W 1 saaBBBBBa M3aUr 5S 1 A BOON TO " I I HUMANITY! Si. Jacofe Oil I . "i CmrCS ejSA cBOSS QawWaXaj'QAGQS SS m tf TiJHwntr Mjth1 1 1 ft tain r - jK ? saberform 'af irfaliuoritaaa X I & in New rdx. X I ACTS LIKE MA0! & 1st conquers I I FAIN I 0 ?ee,Sfoasdiagk 2 g JhlnfrTftftfi...

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. — 8 March 1902

L f ' - :v fee- a. . K PJ F v f n.. '- " 4f tr -i, w u :; . BS. s . - r r &,-- t , 1. vttvw Aaetfcac JW aeearred ia tke Seatk. B4 8aaata& PBllh flauiak iHnmniw - """a aap awaaasasssjr eVaflaWTO) flMi it ww ssaaiajl ky Bar. J. G Batess aad SaJsa-Baayseaaatsk, wie sade ae feeee ia fcapiatr Iri J. W. SSetaaBea a Sar rifH t U ateeiiag-. Tke'faaa was states eyec tfee adejttsa ef the aaaar- ifejr -er A aesjecity pert ef tke eeat jatt ea PHkrCerds. After ae& bad JeeKeg aad fitmowfr blood shod, the mlnwMji report vat tkreaga, Here after all -waaattead fke Seala ad Saa de&CIafc, er. Chase Tsfce pass St. 3&rk's Tfifc it is fe aessjea sfeeaM, ia esder to pretect er tWwtj tbengialres, eery !, elaks er rerelrers, f er the .Members ef tie Seaia Bad Sunday Clab WR, jSBv snHMSvnufi tttSBaauV6s$ HK fcnwea er sewarafy aktekssarda. v'Ab wa-predicted, the -aes&bers ef the Awwrwaw Keaee-df Ler&s w21 aet tkrerr r east keBewiag, kteodthCrsty Bea TMiaaa, everkesrd er eat of "the...

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. — 15 March 1902

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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. — 15 March 1902

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