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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 9 May 1903

SS -- --. JHJEW TO TJBCE LINE, vol. vxlx CHICAGO, CA."Y" 9, 1903 No. 28. . :. -w. c" aT " r tra? . Jarmir Bmr JR r DYNAMITE BOMB CHURCH BY POLICY Recently several of the newspapers have been engaged In shedlng light on the number of Policy shops located near the churches In what Is called the "Black Belt," the amount of money expended "by the citizens re siding In the "Black Belt," In bucking the game which Is something like one! day in the week, that the five Policy Lotcry, or gambling companies oper ating in the "Black District" fork over to Edward H. Morris, six thomv and dollars per year to protect the! Interest or to look after their legal buisness. This condition of affairs or the evil of Policy Playing and the many other forms of gambling aad vice which has hWrert In fh Tatrtssf nf th Afro- American churches for same years, j which Is constantly growing from bad to worse as the years roll on In I eternity, caused Rev. R. C. Ransom, the bold and the courageous Pastor j of Inst...

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 May 1903

rfi law. r VBBSBKM TOEKLX. , -rv . a a -a?-5 I Waere He oa Oat, THE BROAD AXJ H0 ya are certainly one off or- mac s xavonics. ion nave succeeaea is everything. , Nixon Yes, everything except lore. Hlxson How's that? Nixon The first woman I eTer loved gave me the frosty mit, the second eloped frith a lightning-rob peddler, bat the third proved the worst of all. Hiroa What did she do? Nixon She married me. Chicago Daily News. TO i)ionleala ana a aH teM yptoM Mwteai crujntgtet later, or anyone ate cenbeTa tbatrsar.se tenets tfcetr laarsrla proper sad itHmjitMHtj tossed. The Bread Axis a i4B1tew nUtfensis bread tsssehfer iB,nr ciitmtag IbaadUerfal Lseal coamnmUatteM vfH reoatra saeattea. writa esj os ess a of a paper. -JBnfrterlpUoM saast fee paM tn ijtbm. - AdrerHaiD rates Base known ea sesHestleB. AedreasalUoniuiuiil stiu to THKDROAD AX fiStt Zxsso&r Arenas, Chicago. XOLXCTT. XtXUra,X4UorandrBbUber. latere! at the Past Office at Chicago, HL, a gf 80Bd-dia Miter. MUSEUM WITHIN A MU...

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 May 1903

la Ko Demand. Mouldy Mike Vm gettln' along slick xow. Always asks fer -work at me trade, and neveVljita. offered any. Weary WilliamWhat do you pre tend to be? "A tombstone carver.1 "And don't yom ever git offered a "Naw. I keeps away from towaa -rots got trolley cars. N. Y. Weekly. Tee Only 'Way Oat. If n S and aa I and an O aad a IT. With an X at the end. spell Su, jLnd an E and a Y and E spell an I, Pray, what Is the speller to do? Then If also an S and an I and a Q An an H E D spell clde, . There Is nothing mueh left for the speller to do But to go and commit Siouxeyeslghed. Tit-Bit. A LITTLE LAPSCS. "Oi t-ell ye what, Casey, thot fellow Kafferty should be kicked to death by a jackass an begob, Ofd loike to be the wan to do it!" Ally Sloper. The Rose- Vine. The sun flung a kiss to the vine by the wall, "Where It lived all austere In the ahadowof gloom, - And it shuddered at thought of politeness so small; Teen it Diusnea, ana was raaiant witn roses In bloom. Washington Star. Ther...

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 May 1903

V .m- -?- 7,r ' F j V f hk ? CHIPS. , J Jadge M. F. Tuley whose Ioag and noaeraote service oa ue eeaca 91 Osofc Cooaty-iaMres bis re-eiecUoa ...at the comlsg JsdMal election., Mr. Isaaa fi. Ssskh, tke colored hanker &t New Bern, N. CL, srophe- . sfeg the eleottoa of the national deaa- ;bcratle ticket fa 19W. Sx. Little BiHie Piper, vbo ran a low dke ob. 47th street aar Armour av esae, has basted ap aad he bow -waats to 'become deputy skerift COBBty. Aadrew Jackson Htrsohl is -well groanded In tae law. Ue la gaining . aew friends every day and heis boand to be elected Jadge ot Cook county at the Jane electloa. The Knights of Labor composing district assembly No. 9, have Indorsed for re-election Judges Hanecy, Gib boas, Clifford, Tuley, Dunne, Adams, Burke TothlH and Neely aad Messrs. it is arowit as solahihe. WUS I DtVWi juesBA . a oxcecei. 2ubilaeai77- F&oac Oakland X35o-i53 of Cook rtut.t la til Kama of a Dcadlr ValMa Is SomKIsaea Itul la Potato. i Cheskal examination has r...

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 May 1903

. 4 VHVHIB. BHb. bbbbbbh EiBHBBBBBBfljiJBBBHsBBBBsBEBBBBBBBBBaBKl.BBBBBBBBBBBBH !rl.& 1 TS bbbbbbbW Bl I IIbbbbbbbIbb. m. :smw t-o tfi"twB, r .. -.. .. . - .f V6& ipTEEt. 2sFo. a.9. jj 4. jst'U 4-ii fv r-5 BOOEB T, IASHI86M Joins Hands with liTk T me gro of the South The Dbtighfaces, or Capitalistic Classes of the North Who Arc Conspiring to Re-Enslave the Affo-Atlierican Last Friday inorning; Booker T laSL Xf4UjT lUWiiMUfti ww-- - Washington, trho Is oh his Annual DegglUg Or ITC1"& "" w,o - North, with his white secretary. Max n ... ,v,i.hVmw wlin .nFangrcs flip Bennett Thrasher, who -prepares hie writing or his utterances for him, ar rived at the Aadltorlum Annex, and the great wizard who claims to have a thousand cures for the "Race Prob lem and none of them worth a cent was assigned So .a suite of rooms en the sixth floor, which aid not cost less than twenty to twenly-nve dollars per day. Friday evening this modern Moses or the all wise leader of ten mUlkm people, wh...

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 May 1903

2 "Ta. ;. , THE BROAD AX. 00l adataH UeaeUiaaerai tiHaali ! AflWf SBSaBBfc MS MBUT Ikiirw.HUii iwppuifcnilyls M lae Bread Ax la m teat eaeashfar caterer Mn Ddltcirlif Xieeal niw 1 if nm t reeeir masMau. WrKaoalyofl aw iMeat atapspar. .OBaTear......................... .............. SMS .......,.......,...... ..,.... X.SB ' A&rcrtbtBcresM sad fcaeva as jmaotgee, ifeeaViaeomiiuMilnHnnto THE BROAD AX . e.-Cnieaca. JUCrCB 7. TATL03,gitWEjPBMtr. fnhfl at Ac Past OSee at Ole&ge, ML, E rcoatf cTm Htfsar. JCUSEUK WITHEJ A MUSEUM- -Feaaarlvanla Instltatlea Has a Small ; . ' Bat Valaahle Collection f Ixta, Ceataar Retles. It is a long reach from the sixth cen tury before Christ to the present day, bat the University of Pennsylvania museum has just incorporated a mus eum of that date "which was discovered by Prof. Helprecht. The museum ia Bet very big, being entirely contained in a large earthen jar, bat the contents are very valuable from an historical standpoint, and show that the id...

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 May 1903

. -, ". vr r jS r F.i- J . !"SV m & Si ' -. t i r.1-!- r - THE BROAD AX. &0f0001S0 TkeBtoadAxia a : mlttfinmU . eerojtfcter Uttnri thaadHectal IHRWIMtlMd -VrHaeatreeeeaaMaaCBMsaaer. a he salami THE BROAD AX JBZXSB T. 7AXZB,SdKarotf Fafe&har. at the PestOasce at Ckkage, MUSEITSC WHHDT A MUSEUM, -f emnsTlvaala Xxstltstlem Baa m Small Bat Valuable Celleeriaa at Sixth Ceatvr Kenea, It is a ioag reach from the sixth cen tury before Christ to the present day, bat tie University of Pennsylvania museum has just incorporated a bm ens. of that date "which was discovered by Prof. Helpreeht. The s&aseam. Is Set Tery big, being entirely contained ia a large earthen jar, bat the content are Tery Talaable from aa historical standpoint, and show that the ideas of the early curator -were Tery Brack like these of pretest curators, reports the Philadelphia Becord. Whether the specimens were excarated or pur- ,- chasedis not known, bat they aadoabt edly represent a collection, which mus...

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 May 1903

C5i tfonldye Tgetl!? aioagsHekj aow. Always asks-for wrk it ,sw trade, andsever gHarje-ay. Wearygpikm Wgfc J Kf A tombstone cartsr." -And don't ye ever.gjt offered -Naw. I keafwIjoirftOTyM ota got trolley eara.njg. weeHy. Tie omir War eat. van Sandaalaae'aaOaadaU, With an X at the end. speQ Su. Xnd anEanaTaaaK-seellanT, Then It also an S asd aa I asd a Q An an H E D spell eMe, There Is nothing-much left or the SfxStr to do But to go and cems&R Bteuxeyeafghei. Tit-Bits. A I.ITTUS XP S. "Oi tell ye what, Casey, thot fello Bafferty should, be kicked to deatb by a jackass an, begob, Oi'd loilce to b -the wan to do it!" Ally Sloper. Ta Reu Vise. The son ttxms kiss to the vine by the wall, 'Where It lived all austere la the shadowct gloom, Aa It shuddered at 'thought oX polltenew so small Then It Mashed, and was radiant with roses la bloem. -Washington Star. Tbere Are Otfcera. The other day a. young man gave a -treason for not dancing, the spirit of -which might be made to apply to a ...

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. — 16 May 1903

! z rv an hltojhwitC '", - ModKMfce-rKStfileBgjsadf sow. trade, MlcalMC Mtt it srfwfeiiv Yvearymjpuiam rrm w yon pre- tfdtoft - fV " A tombstone earrer.w -And don't ye ever, git offered fob?" Naw. I ketgiWltoM rota got trolley oara.-y,qr Weekly. Te Salr "Wy '. jf n SandaalaadaaOaadaTJ, With an X at the a, spell 8a, And tnEaBSftTulSui, . Pray, -what 1 the pHc to do? Ylien If also aa S d as I sBd'c. a An an H E D spell He. - tiimiiii 'vac?-. 3f. - -. Tbere Is nothing mneh lsfttor the speMer to do But to go and commit ffffflnrfTWtjhcffi. Tlt-Blts. A LITTLE &APSCS. "Oi tell ye what, Casey, thot f allow Bafferty should.' be Id eked to death by ., jackass an' begob, OTd loike to bi -the wan to deitl" r Ally Qoper. TKe Roae Viae. The sun nune a kU to the vine brine wall. Where It Uvea all austere la the shsdowof g-Ioom, it shuddered aftbought of politeness so small Then It blashed, and -was radiant with rosea la blosm. Washington1 Star. There Are Otbers. The other day fit young nan gav...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 16 May 1903

TI MB B TUffi 01 , E; J, RHLffSf a&B! 1 'l H '. -! miUMii mnnifflmwi dBrgFS"P. '?iyffli: - eh creditors, as scarcely to tbe able "wISJ ir. 1L S. FlaeSr aVrtrefr here! to fen -wM4K trty to tan,J aas?the Bev. jle jCMcngp that h$.ad ?!& : Again, in. October tat whfle In this "ceeted and HH4WT fa?of b; dtyt jj,. ja- g collection 'JeMeoness- a the raee 3C Bnptfcft j to at the. feprtfee St. clrurcB ctarch, , Na&hTffie, Tews. fcplatafce. jtoftllle m tt rally which he sift wJ8irc,r2? tMf,?.!? was In progress. The collection was ' &M?WH5r pwcisatepthe a ay, money iVen to Dr. auierialiat. whefessie. wice and pay- v.i . ,, .nn.k i teS Ior4heasfcore it was detfysr- jfoufcyjiie -wi, e should, reacfc that .?, hiring eckaalcs- ml Dfcplta tlfe flfct thff Br. Jh ?e!.r!Bd Wt&rnedtatily 0 &hVffle and 31WTS0S:I,SSr Wiethe fact that,theyfor chare has closed, and sevaralmpnthB hare since elapsed, yet no one in Nash vine Vii ever heard of that Chicago ebflectJoa which was lifted by...

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 May 1903

fMw-- - v .BeeuuuemeeeeeeeeeeaF iv mcyw;miiyBPiMAiaggm,QML jaeeeeeeewx H tot XW - . " BBBBBVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBUS' Zv BBBBBU? MiKj(cs: . tBeeeejrv-" ' BBBBBBBBU BeBBeaeW iBUBBBBBBBBBBT x .? v-i HEW TO THE LINE. voLvm CHICAGO,MAT 23, 1903 jSTo. SO. If. IE I. J. ffiHEB OF OLIVET CfflOT PASS KS JABM. Editor Julias J Taylor: ev. E. J,i Fisher, D. TD., "whose management of Ore affairs" of Olivet Baptist Church, lias attracted notice, -and -who des cribes himself as "looking like Jesus," -will not be Indentlfled with, the good people of Chicago much longer, nor -will "his name appear In the next Lake side City Directory, or in any other standard work of reference in. the com munity. On Sabbath evening. May 11th, Dr. Fisher said respecting hjs right to n...i. MVtnmf tifmoalf n,1 "Ma ffltnUv from the pulpit, "I have married my . .... .' .t wife, my children are legitimate, and I -propose to talk about them. Some people don't like to hear it, but my wife is the most beautiful woman -1 ever saw. I...

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 May 1903

34 fc '"tv Sw- -. - . . 4i BROAD AXJ S&B&ZDTSRS TOO Y0P1TG. .w i impmsi i m mom www im wt , wKa&sM j WmSBBtSaS K(B9rcailSBmlBBni l3tSBfcBcatjL MiT.TriiriTr irf Ubar.sr aavaa o) un -limlot; so Shear latiip lnwHWt ImltHwW M.tTg riaUnlngthoJHOiHJ i far iLtrw HM so spmbtsis ooasMoo. tooJ-rmonimliiiXniT H nostra Wrtto oalyos om awe ot mm pesor. .QaeTear, JMr ca mmiiiiiimMiiiMMiw4 y i.. aOSwaa........j...,..,,....-. I.O. ateswtilsaaowaoatnrtlmMfni XsvarmtBei AMroaafiiiiimTiiiliaMHintp TBS BROAD AX ' - HMD Aawg Aitawi, Oblrifo. VBl3m T. TATLOB,MBrasatHbr. a tbe Feat OBce "?.: "JsWas t cvoga, -- X Crash. - eac," said HiTxagerdy, "that whlleiyoH wereplayiBg la one of the -westera towns fire brake out la the thealer." '' Yes." replied Low Comedy, "and -Hhere might hare "been a horrible " -panic bat for oae thing." ; What mt that?" There werest enough people la -tae'asdieace to create one." Phila delphla Press. "Where Be Fell Down. - ,-He could write a comic article that would make...

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 May 1903

. Jt. " jfeft zi r T4JW. UFEf. 31AKKBE SIDE, Wasbiattak-Has Its Pr Jest Like Sfery Qtfcwr City. ProfllsT-r Seer Kts&bar SomtUBH l Kt 23ea-rdW Poverty Sare-wd Jtaalan- asters e Sr9Ur. SpeoW WMWastsn letter. TT IS not prophecy nor oracular Ipse dixit, bwfc simple statement of fact, that "tie poor ye hare with jou always." There will be so poor people ia the world when all-men become commun iits after tie manner of the 12 apostles and the disciples who "had all things In common. " Uutll the coming of that jnilleniora of communism, the poorwr will hare with aa always. Hut when that condition shall havo been developed, in the moral evolution of which we are a part,, what will be come of oar talents for benevolence? Where no poverty exists there can be no beneTolencer aad ultimely no need, of the benevolent f acuity. To baalah poverty will be to cause brain upheav al; the benevolent faculty dying and some other faculty, may be a nobler one, talcing it place. Men, women aad children wh...

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 May 1903

K ' .. ' .it- . MX. Ibf-'Z m ss:' W-s KttXtS rM.EAD FOR NEGRO. Crttfefeec Mr. Cleveland and Dr. Ab- fcatt far Their Statements. Hew York, May 17 CedftU-'tThs 4eotte ml great eoavfctiees: are so eiHT's lje8 testae tketr grip the svpreaae reies aad.pctacrBJes that aafee a nation greatr was the sub ject C the sensoa preached this arBteg by Her. Newell Dwight Hills is HyHKfflth cherch, Brooklyn. At a Beetles ia New York a few weeks ago," said Dr. HfHls, "an ex Bree4deat, Mr. CteveiaBd, aad & great reffgieae edtter, Dr. Lyaasn Abbott, pce ea the color question. They sJaraved that the givteg of saffrage to the Negro had bees a failure; that the Negro was igaoraat aad Yicloas jad aaworthy. t Bota the Etatessian and the edi tor bare for the hoar lost falh la the rejmMic, la the -eqaallty of the races, - ta 'the aalversal saSrage. We most SB cherish the hope that a either .one - "realized tally the scope of his state- seat If the Negro Is to be disfran chised in the south do these two me...

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. — 30 May 1903

- .BBnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnBVBalBF .JBaBBBaaa TOBbV X asesem "BBnsaBBBr sVav ifMaiwaB VWkH asBnnBBBBV jMrFBr r TannffiffiaTi BKsBaw - bbbbBBbbV . "-A. v BEEW to the liiste. f M jflfciv? HV)LBteHU iJKJKi JHv ? VbL"VHX THEODQHE W. JOKES SHS REV. E, J. FISHER MIS ' MAHkfiES THE AFFAIRS OF OLIVET Editor Julius F. Taylor. Perhaps no oher community, nfl n another church, large or small, would copy the generous method of the Olivet 'Church of this city In dealing with a Jack-leg preacher. In many other places he would be made to pay the penalty for Ignorance, error and wrongdoing by being driven out of town. Bat, to Chicago, and at Olivet, he may go practically unwhipped of justice.' Persistant honest work on the part of the police force, aided, now and then, by reform movements, and the co-operation of the States Attorney, has Been -found necessary to stamp oat certain forms of crime. If these com bined agencies could assault the pul pit, many aa ignorant, crimtoal pre tender and Hbertine would ...

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. — 30 May 1903

i- i.t s 1 aMlsMtatM 4K aMBntMnM-j SmJEmcEhS Xaaar.ec-; Ailr Mil - BMB" THE BROAD AX. . Mrf at IB toM jaMd tew rM efe eaatwrro rieasea. -SfeBtMalxls newman who, iilitfann ta "- Xeoil 'iiuiiiiTiiiliiHnii -am reeotv 8b0 yICMMf MMMWWWtMWt ?"? I "l&X'JfeBia. ...-.- - -JUrerttiinerateimttolaeTra on ypHetHoa. XJilmnlfii iiiilinMnrin , THJt BROAD AX aveedinmrt 3UUTTS 7. IA7L0B, Setter Ml EtibHi'iOT. At tie Feat OScc at CaJcafe, JB? JtCta - ,; T;hear,M,BaId HI Tragerdy, "that wafle -yoa were playing- ia one of the western towns a. fire broke oat la the theater.. 9 "Yes, replied Iiow Comedy, "and there might have beoa a horrible ?paalc but tor oae thing-." "What -was that?" -? "There w'eren't enough people In . tie -audience to create oaeT Phila delphia Press. - , " - Where He Fell Dews. Ho eeuM write a cosslc artlelatliat would . make yea fairly roar. Aaa his after-dlaner speeches were with .- 'burner nrlTnrnlmr of r; .Bet when left to salad the baby his re ' :sourcs were dispelled. Aaa...

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. — 30 May 1903

- ... - - , -v IS 1815 AXD NOW. The e . Waters Tea & .Me f TTH JK IVeefea Atter ?'t: it w avekt. Leefc de Baihafid, at a diaaer of tkeregafreB6ftffld,iretfaa mtewsttagctrabewee& thameth- ods used lor traUttaSBews;ik ISIS and bow. Hie ewa Ina-claisBa in T a. been the nrst$ aaaoaase the-rfctory- , iana, says Cewrtry By the by, there Is & traditioa at Somecsby, where-Tesaysoa was bora and lived, that they did set hear of the battle of Tfaterloo there till six weeks after it was iasght. .IopolddeeihchlId, however. aid thathisjraadf atfcer who was the owner of some ahjps. gare his captains direct orders that wherever they went they were always to briag him tha lat est newspapers, 'aai la this way there came into his hands a Dutch paper which contained the intelligence is one line, Great viotfiry of the English at Amsterdam." His grandfather took the newa to Lord Liverpool, bat was jsmjt cause the intelligence had arriTed on the previous day that the English troops had bees be...

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. — 30 May 1903

" CHIPS. Bev. Archibald Junes Carey grew as red la tie face as a whisky driakiag Irigfcfca, vaaSa be w aselatlBg to boost the seal of Rev. D. W. Jesee Into heavea, bat while he was deteg it, he re&alaed from aieatfoalag the feet taat'Qalaa Chapel aever paid Rev. Joae the six aaaidred' dollars vhkh it owed his as salary waSe he serve as 'aooletaat pastor of old Qaiaa. '"Bev. aaa Mrs- J. w. Robinson, 47S2 Anaoar avef ooly lost oae of their jKtife darters 13885' of both Of kaown as solanine is contained in po tbe as ported last week. Carrie ' tatoea. Little of h!a poison is found ? Vjn.r Jf S; SIT JSKETJK c eight Bsoaths old a the day of her, Burfac o ,oU ud have a green d'eata. Mrs. Robinson aad her remain-' lVn are generally known to be poi 'JaVflaaghter haTe coaapieCely recof- i BOHons, says a scientific authority, .ered from the effect of their Indlspo-j When- potatoes are kept a long timo Wok, which Is pleasing aews to her, they contain, a large amount of this "L-.1, 1 poison,...

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. — 6 June 1903

f -j BEETV- TO ECE LINE. Vol. V I IX OBCIOA.GK, JTJ3STB 6, 1903 ISTo. 32. -! - - rBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTsTirrBTBP 2bTbTbTbTb. fc. rrrbrrsTBTBTBTBTr .Tarsr JftBetarBsrsTBTBTBTBTBTsTn. 'VBTrrBrBTBTBTrBTBTBTBTBTBTsP MiBjlm THTCSrfll'CL TrsTBTBTBTBTBm. v .TbTbTel rsTBTBTBTBTsTB. V v BOOKE IlIASHi fcJTJ rm dx; , .. - -. y It Is indeed startling or astonisalng to every enlightened, or Teasonaale person to observe fcow wetl Booker T. Washington, cceeds rn dealing in "False Logic," in his oaward march in undoing the Negro .and placing him tn a false- light or position before, the American people. In order to-UToId discussing the perntotoas or the de moralizing effect -of compelling highly reSned colored'omen, many of them srhool teachers, "who "would In every way be a greatcredlt to any race of people, end many other AfnxAinerl- cans -who ara cultivated and well-onan- nered in every-wayi to ride In "Jim Crow cars" wheaever they travel throughout the SoHthland, .Booker T. Was...

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. — 6 June 1903

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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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