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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 6 June 1903

W" B SWHBBifMBnPwin' tWBPB The proeV locatf on -ftr a Wtrr li near the kitchen, range, and sear also to the dining-room; bat, beyond the mere matter of, location, the Interior arrangement iaanlraporlani factor In lessening or increasing the labor of housework. The point tole especially afa u. tiags as shafibriae every article newd-: ed -tt cOoklBg withTtf-easy reach df ti ' . , HH I I1 rBHVB i&'Hu.w caaaaf I 4BHHJra V&&K. '1 KNEADING &)ARD ON HINGES. housewife's iand. with, as little mnv. ing as possible. ., Itis the conrtanfchur-. get this article here and that there that makes housework hard. Itis well therefore to hare the pantry a nearly square as jkMsfiJl&, j A square Ifentry gives the shortest distance from any point to that point wnere me jcneaamg board --JeBted;i In one of the four sides will be located the doorway. The best arrangement for the rtherf.-ttr"ee alfies, to my mind, is suggested In the accompanying il lustrations. The kneading board should 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. — 6 June 1903

SSriff m CHIPS. On of the Mahost hoaora that can PlMBkiSfcMK 1st QJrts late this, year been bootowtrf $ a young Hegra lrL, t af IK bsbUb Sasta aMhwiwiHx has beea selected ae the stateriaaof eases of 19W, which -wkli.heW Ks aoaaoaceaaeat la Jbes " frfce Acsdoiay of Maatc htise Let- tieCSeatth, toaahcr of eJooattoa, asede feerseleetieiL, The vateatotoriaa te. Carolyn Oreasdak, white. Ex, r:3WkBe Pre JBooker T. Washington Ss-eagssed la trareaag' through the; couiftryls PaUaan Palace cars: with hte. secretaries 4astribatlag ime&ey to; hisbrofcsa down gang of. alleged news ' ;ppeL.wrltera-or owners, to enable them .to devote all their time and . sface in booming him as the second, - CfewrgeWasalagtoB or as tke new ITob: theyare selling Negroes la.-, ., wary right near his school down. Sa jet- this fact dees net seem jfe&distarb the-?peacefBl daaben of - -BooJBer. Washiagloa-ana. his hungry J&ag'ot Tetalaers sad shoaters. ;Oae ianared yoaag sen and wpaiea sanctified ana set th...

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. — 13 June 1903

k , '" - . - " sb v .psss& L- - - a V fcifc 1 Bai JsbIbiw TfcP ssbbsbbsIsW WBsBBasi1 r ssaaaBI vbsejjjjjjjjbjjjj WBassEnr iasissBBlBBiBBr HEW TO TBEE '-LINE. "Vol. VXLX CHIOAGOi JTJ3STE 13,1903 3STo. 33. ANDREW CARNEGIE LIKENS BOOKER T. WASHINGTON UNTO MOSES OF. OLDEN TIMES Lately Andrew Carnegie presented his Check to Booker T. Washington for six hundred thousand dollars, and In doing so ho declared that "the founder of Tuskegee is the mod em Moses of the Afro-American race; that like Moses of olden times he will guide or lead the race into the Promised land which will flow with milk and honey." It's true that Andrew Carnegie has suc ceeded in becoming a billionaire not by his own genius but because the United States government has for years enacted legislation for his spe cial benefit which has made It possible for him to accumulate his millions. But In spite or. his Ill-gotten million Andrew Carnegie displays his ignor ance of ancient history whenever he likens Booker T. Wash...

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. — 13 June 1903

t.-v m. .s THE BROAD AX WWMWMWWWMWMMMMMW ad a ttew atasls tasSras AKsn Wpttsn aarose StES SMI 111 IS UCStc mmntatt ess sssStSsssl JnSMSB sallL TssaSeaMsi aBc.girtatrtsetIae,ai Ta fires as tea in mil miiMt tor a; zfM to spesz Hi on smbs. - Leeal iiiiiiiniinliiHmn wfR rssatra Trow OBoaoBsstasefsM paper. BAseriptlaas sorts paid In a&Tsne. OsaaV . - i till nihil ja to Ssse&tsrJsl Canse anaBaeet.. . "Wosaen evidently bare no sense ef-J bBaar, remarked the bald-headed philosopher, v "Why do you think: thusly?" asked tie youth with the Ingrowing mus tache. "If tneyhad," replied thephllosophy dispenser "they would never pet past the lore, konpr and obey part of the marriage ceremony without as audi ble giggle.1' Chicago Dally New. TALES TOLD OF MEN. - M1 . AaTwtbtogfteannleVnoim easppluacleB. -ASirssi aarnnimii Mrstlcn to THE-BROAD AX SMD arB9ari.resss,Meaco. . JULIUS F. TATLOS,2tersad?aBUiaer. at fcne Pest Office ai CaJcaeo, 'BLtutimttl tnVUUet. - Tae tlsw is ripe. I wHlnotpaass, B...

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. — 13 June 1903

CONVENIENCE! IN THE The proper location for & pastry Is toear the kitchen range, and near also io the dining-room; bat, beyoad the mere matter of location, the Interior arrangement is an Important factor in lessening or increasing the labor of Jiouseworkv The point to be especially aimed at la such an arrangement of the pantry fit tings as shall bring every article need ed in cooking -within easy reach of the KNEADING BOARD ON HINGES. housewife's hand, with as little mov ing as possible. It is the constantthur rying from one point to another to get this article here and that there that makes housework hard. It i& well therefore to have the pantry as"nearly square as possible. A square pantry gives the shortest distance from, any point to that point where Hie kneading board is located. In one of the four rides will be located the doorway. The best arrangement for the other three sides, tq my mind, is suggested in the accompanying il lustrations. The kneading board should be l...

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. — 13 June 1903

PASSING OF FISHER, D. D Motor JaMes F. Tayler: Tae pSBlBs f the Rev. B. J. Usher oi -Olivet Baptist canrck of this city, is feeing accompanied -with, seacatlon-j al afreets and coaster arrests by the aaeabers of his cheroh. coapled with - a heavy damage salt for alieaattoa. of a. wife's aSectkms boob to be filed; M Is saM, ia the coarts of this city. This so-called Doctor of Divinity, at l fills writiBg, is under arrest on two Warrants containing1 grave charges, aal is oat of jail only under heavy bonds for his appearance on the da? of JrfaL, , i&; Sensational facts came to light last week which cast a, darker cloud over thisjxnan's troubles and places him in a "new role. It is now predicted by hi3 friends, that as soon as he can escape from the clutches of the law, he will bow before the storm of pnb Uc Indignation and retreat in disgrace to the South, whence he came. This shows unmistakably the approval of the course taken by The Broad Ax, the only independent and aggressive n...

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. — 20 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
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 20 June 1903

;-v gF eer K- HIE BROAD AX. AWWftMMWIWWIAVMWWWmA PORXLT HERSOIAL. "VPIMvHkMhIhBN pBPMI eaaw bbsW J WllMHilAf BIHMMIV BBBB JMmaeSssBl anT Vkv iilCM mill luXaiju n imnniTiii I iWWft vsOUH SOP ML U Ungate Teesl imiiwuiilisMuyi netfr . wWwBb BB5B9 HbbwGC eSs patyC OuTW. iimtMfiUiiilnM. ttMMHHMHMMMM 1KWJ HHttHltHlltlMHIMMMi 2w0 urn iMniiito AdwiHttwgi TBS-BROAD AX JBLTO8 7. TATIXS, Beit ia redactor. at Ac Fart OSes at Okfcn, MMwiMlrhMiHir, OF IKTEREST TO WOHBK. v . "The condition of the Japanese iroa aa, says Mr. Masajima before the New Tjerk bar, is f ally as favorable to her development aa that of the woman of America, -' Miss Natica Beeves, a wealthy young; BOJeBraer in Newport, appeared on the street there a few days ago with rib-boa-bound hair haneinir down her back Some other yonng women of the swell set followed suit and the style bids fair to become general for the hot weather. Mae; Mathilda Georgina Eoberty, of Boaea, has started a campaign against the destruction of bird life f...

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. — 20 June 1903

.w - THE TALK OF WASHINGTON TWtat Ifer6t8 tm WsUwul CajUtl Ihfriae tie BU Swfc - T'lftr 'Tears g nan now PuhUeMeaTOJLreefHMre Than Passing- latere. Washington. In looking through. rteme old files at the post office depart- at the other day Mr. Nicholson, the appointment Merle, ease across x bunch, of old letter which Save proved-to be a Teal I atae of Interest. The files had I been stored away i a coal bin and badnot their value bees discovered it would aot hare Otd-Tls Cattet oa- been -1007 before csr's Kaa. they were burned, -as nobody suspected that the; were -anything bat departmental trash. .Among them were autograph letters of recommendation from- famous public men. dating back 40 years to the time when public men. were is. the habit of -devoting a good share of their time to recommending constituents to office and when they T?ouId pes elaborate testimonials to the beads of depart ments. That sort of thing baa gone out of -date since the ciVil service commits' n came into exis...

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. — 20 June 1903

"Trr "fi . '& CHIPS. WtslfaUe WkMlr 'hn hur hcML Hlft HMV HW waP afaa a?Va teaaia ! fe it LmK, Xo Ior,5PfcIrt ta .-,.,,. etj.D.irreice ttae, aed her father. Lfey 6. WlMler, wHtsall fre New Yrk CKy Jue Jiri far Mwflkmi atxa Ike old SrorM. Tkey ttM he aocoatpaateJ fcy Miae Bswkh Jteotf ef St Lewis. The -Thygtt WkeOey Wowui's OHfe set frt the home of Its preeideat, jg, ,U A. Paris, W12 W& ave&ae, E&daooa'ay afteraooii, aad Mrs. Dector Ifaiy S. frarteg addressed K oa art .mH the XMwas artist, MiUett. 'At tie ,eadele& of her remarks & IPHtu RB9S9coSi lOtHlnOU Xa" " seetiag " tersely aUeeded pastes HK, who was oae of the loajtag aad wealthiest Negro la Miss sieeisfl diet at Jaeksea tie latter art of last week aad as he bad bees a. aeaber of the State legislatare sesre of hk friends reqaested thai "hk roaaalac be permitted to rest 1m. the rotaada of the State Capitol, bat Joseph W- Fewer, secretary of State, refased to great the reqaeet Mr. W&l had oae of the la...

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. — 27 June 1903

9 mmBBmmmiP 1wBflflmntv BEEn flhBflflw' jbK HmmEBflflflflmV GaSmEflflBmmEw a&jK iSaSSs. nmEflML vSEk mmmmhwv. . BCEVV TO THE LINE. "Vol. "VT1I. CHICAGO, . JTJTSTE 27,1903 No. 35. - i i . -- - - - - BOQKER T. WASHINGTON SHOOTS OFF HIS MOUTH ON SOCIAL EQUALITY AND OTHER NON SENSE WHILESLAVERYIS FLOURISH ING IN ALABAMA. - Of all the t wonders or prodigies In the world Booker T Washington la the greatest wonder or prodigy, so far produced. On his last begging tour through the North, he freely Imparted much nonsense to the Negro on all subjects. He advised him hdw to use the toothbrush. He Implored or lntreated the whites residing In the northern cities to urge or compel all Negroes to return to the farms, that "the whites would serve his race the best if they would lead off In this direction, that the Negro Is so con stituted thathe can not stand nor re sist the evil temptations- of city life. Prof. Washington unbosomed himself of much more nonsense along this line which Is not wort...

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. — 27 June 1903

4k & .-&: I? Sr THE BROAD AX. PURELY PERSONAL. limit aa or Mucvacw arjrtuiHU ""& HUM. iW CTSws AS (! a MMWl far tLtnr elat WBTOMHIl. tfte Xaed nnwmnlmWnnr -rW reaetva attsaaea. Brae safer aa aa afoe at at sasar. . LBS MADS TRIP OK SHOWSHOES. Barly Mlaaeseta Lezfalatera Had-aui Sud Time Ueaehlaa- the - . State Capital. The "members of tie Minnesota legislature of to-day are sot content tie method of poetic treatment to """Vf . TY "","". J" common things. That Is easily done Wfflfam mater, dean of New York 1 dramatic critics, said recently 'of Jef. fcrsoa's Sip: "The secret of Its s-I premacy Is set obscure. It has be witched the world foe the simple reis- sob that it Bas successinuy appuea rtflfl ".- TBK BROAD AX SMB Axm&BC Aveaae.Ca'naaa. JBUm 7. 7ATX08, Sstiar fidPH&er. Tfatavif at the Pest OSce at adage, MaaTlWi' fill Htaaf. OFIHXEREST TO WOMEN. The. condition of 4he Japanese wom- aa, says Hr. Masujima before the New York' bar, is f ally ae favorable to her oev...

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. — 27 June 1903

T- 'JL . the talk of Washington What IatwwtB tie Natfeail Caffa! During &e DtU Smsmu authods AX Seeartagr AoIamjits Fifty Tear Aire Ulew. Peblle Wen Who Are of-SToro Than. Fasslit a Interest. Washington; la. looking' -teroaga -some ldnles.atthepeteSee.aepaxt- meat the ether da; Mr. Nicholson, t he-appointment olerk, came acres a banes, ef eld letters which hare proved to be a real mine of interest, The flies had been stored away in a eoal bin and ha&Bbt their value been discovered it wobM not iave ow-TUbs Cabteet 0- leBff before c;r s Kaa. iay were ournea-, as nobody Respected that they were .anything bat departmental trash. Among them 'ware autograph, letters of recommendation. from- famous public men dating back 40 years to the time when public men Tver in. the habit of devoting a good share of their time to recommending constituents to office and when they weuld pea elaborate testimonials to the heads of depart ments. That sort xf thing baa gone out .of date since the civ...

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. — 27 June 1903

r r? sjBflali rfP" "? W. JeffrsM Triumphs Over Rev. E. J. Fisher of Olivet Baptist Church. Biker Jaitas F. Taylor. A fewtke aaay law sita asalast Ote Rr. K. J. FWwr eftfce Ottvnf Bif&t cfcrch sad Its members, after auay 4ekya sad coBtisaaacea. save fceea dtepoeed o I wfck to caH at testkm to oao ease, the- ooJatet oC -wWak allegee that oae "WSikm Jefer saalinkrofttlly aad wflftdly itd make aalmpropor aoSse teadiag to a preaca Upea tae trial eC tae above -case tae testo skewed that Eev. Flsaer, Broe. WiBBy, Ed wards, "Elby, WUllaBs aaii Grials were 1a tae Pastor's Btady aievt 11 o'clock at algal,, whea ther heard la tae dtetaace a Joad aad "to proper toiae teadiag to a Breach of taeeace." Upoa iavestlgatJos It wa -learaed taat tae load aad Improper aotee was headed toward the church. . la a few aoraeats it arrived at the deer "aalawfally aad wilfully." la the -persoa of Bro. Jeffersoa. When this . "discovery was made aad announced, immediately there easaed a panic aeoag those val...

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. — 4 July 1903

-- ' , - -4-- . ilk HEW TO THE LINE. ToLTIH. ohioago, xuxrsr 4,1903 USTo. 36. i ',-- at jBflEtsmmaaaaWmv ' .essvmaw mwssPEav iuwawn ssfissmaw assBmaawte jr asaP3e" JP r3fewtf sail Krfam MjFj m-.P'c PMrWP ma? Vly maassBBsnw h. .asa1 aaa a eaKk. mr satl J J taSZJL aaac I aaaaaYV aaaEai ' 3SmaaPr , j as .gEnf"! mX VrTvW mmvmm HHHrf 'saaaaS aaWraaSHVsaaaaaMHaaaaaaYsS' VSaaaaaaaSBBmM aaaassaV SHALL ANARCHY, LYNCH LAW SUPREME UNITED Previous to the ascendency of Wii- Ham McKInley to the presidency of the "United States, anarchy, mob and lynch law were broadly speaking on- Known quantities in this country. But all through his administration and through the administration of Pres ident theodore Roosevelt, so far anarchy, mob and lynch law have reached high water mark and if there Is no likelihood of its receding, then it is only a question of time until It -will reign supreme in an parts of the "United States. The people are -not to blame so much for disregarding the laws of their own creat...

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. — 4 July 1903

frs-- r.' . i: fS BROAD AX. sad at all aakdaftsatna riTisri Trail ilalsT wit, sftititi- ilh imliniir TtaBrMdAxtS a Inn. I naitktetlL tk luedttextf ttfkt to speak Has stint. Leeal MBatealtaBfjHHTiT Writ edty os ease Mnrnltk . OiilmiiUiltnui wnirTflt pal la aitvaa AVr1btBfi Address alia TH BROAD AX MO AXB0SS Arena; OUetce. J8UP8 X. XAYLOB, Bitter SB4PsliHi&er. iafed at tie Part OSes at CaJcige, - HUm Timwii rTi w Hatter. WARFKO QUOTATION. In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns from thoughts of school. N.Y.San. WronsTnllr Actrane-S.. Toa are g-olag too far!" "vows Estella In haste. As I olasp her soft hand In my own, "While my disengaged arm slow encircles her waist Anol her voice has reproof In Its tone. That she's wrong In thas thinking I try to . .make clear. And this Is my reasoning's plan: "It's certain I'm not getegvery far, dear. When I'm sitting as close as I can!" T-Tewn Topics. A Feeless Case. "A case came to me this mornrng,' Bald the great lawyer, "that I propo...

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. — 4 July 1903

BWifMTfiiW Army and Peat Oftce CkasganXeep Things, a tkrXrre. Defalcation r District of elaaahl OSIclal-MaJ. Ges. Her-wood to Retire frpatMarlae Corp a Pesiafseaadal Gossip. WashIagton.--The District of Co jnmbla has bad a shock from which it vtui set. recover for a long time. Thieving has been discovered in. the efices of the District of Colum bia, aad the cir cumstances are so extraordinary that the worthy citi zens who have been congratulat ing themselves for years on the im aaculateness of Junes M. A. Wijb. Jr. B municipal gov ernment are rubbing their eyea to find whether they are awake. A young Try18 named Watson, just barely of age, has been. In charge of a fund in the auditor's office which re sulted from payments made by citizens obliged to pay onehalf the cost of lay ing sidewalks la front of their houses. This sum. is pretty large, but it seems to have been shoveled into a drawer And into the bank and out again with hardly any record except what young "Watson chose to kee...

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. — 4 July 1903

rv- . STl k ; '.. S &-. V - CHIP. AttonMT TJaeetty J. TO, Um nee rhBe it te bUs p6raetoitKBwvM late aC a every aaaa sear -aaio aeaw. the law Irm C Wfeert A fteS, wrr ec- copies w faartsri ok the elgtti leer ef the Clamber ef Coauaerce. Mr. TW1 to oe of lie aay the aSe a4 fcopelar lawyers of Chicago. 'W W nin fka nrnrriTmnn TV. fr JMfHBf IN wipoB IMS Slate street, does Hot ssake as seek Jfto&ey as soae of the woeld-be leaders of the Afro-Asaedcaa race la this trity, feet he Is an hoseet aaa arioTer ef his race aad a sapeortar of Tke-BroadAx. A colored woaMta of rsdtea&poUs, IaC, has aroaght salt agalaet a white woaiaa of that dry tor ,ew for aBeaauag the aXectioas of her ana- feaaft. This Tjflgrcomaa. aa4 all the other Afre- Aatericaa newspapers v&ioa are owaed a&a coatroUed by Booker T. Wsshlagtoa, the eecoad Hoses, or the "Htodera eaaa&dpator, are eagagea la btowlag all about the committee of soathera geatle&ea who visited Taake- gee receatly, and their ...

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. — 11 July 1903

"i -4 ECEV TO THE LINE. Vol. THE. CHICAGO, 3"tJLY 11,1903 No. 37. n Ha bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbt" jbbbbbbbm 1 bbbbbbbbbbbbV x. Lbbbbbbbbbbb iSSbbbbbbbbbbbbw aBBHIBBBk.b 3 .II Zbbbbbbbbbbbbbv sriZaasBBaar tf Lbbbbbbbbbbbbbbw . REV. W. A, BAETLETT IS AN ADVOCATE OF ANARCHY, MOB AND LYNCH LAW. Rev. W. A. Bartlett, of this great city, is such a thorough Christian that he believes he is discharging his high est duties to his God, toy advocating "Anarchy, Mob aad Lynch Law", from his pulpit This holy man or God is so constituted that it is very hard for him to digest these propositions that "whoever scores a point against the right or the truth loads the dice against himself," That the greatest enemy, to the truth is prejudice; that its greatest frieild is time and honesty. That whoever commends the brutali ties either of the past or the present assists in sowing the seeds for future crimes." Therefore Rev. Bartlett mast natu rally or from necessity be classed with that peculiar class of ind...

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. — 11 July 1903

v fc5 kKi. If .X THEBRDAD AX. aacataH I st nr. ar aay aas jw asi i ben amosaasfa s HmkhtiLmr to wk tta evwaaJ. ImiI caHMtptteMjrlR resstra nn Mrini I -AMrnfHrnnmiinilnMnni to THtBROADAX sss amear Art nm, aalpagp. JULIUS 7. 3883 TATLOS, BattarBPabHibtr. fctrrwf at tie Part Office at Chfcsga, aaVas tinmni rim MiHar, -1b the spring a young man's f aacy Hghtly tares from thoughts of school. .- x. sun. WreagfBllr Aeeaae. Tea-are solas too far!" tows Este&a la -As I otesp 'her soft hand In sit own. WaHe sty disengaged "arm alow e&ctrcles ' t waist "tAna her voice sasreBroef In Its teas. j9tatabes wre&g to thasthtBlrtngrtrrto majee etear, A4 this la aty reaiftBlac'a plan: " ."It's certain ra aot potes very fax, dear, -WtifenrmsltUfisaacIefleaalcanr Town Testes. A Keeless Case. A ease caae to me ibis morning," ;nbe great lawyer, "that I propose tohandfe withoat gloves." "What load of a case is it?" asked fhehamaa interrogation point. - ?A .case of soap," replied the legal JilsBB...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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