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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 19 September 1903

aS?iHlP'"P"'9BH 'ABW v g - a"TJS2' 'J? ssaea wyxT-'-: ew. AIRSHIPS on; trial Washington Is Center ftf Activity for Flying Machine Inyemtws. BERLINER MODEL JHELATEST .nt ob the Plan f ""B4rd B cery- bodr My Be Usta WiaarsJie- fore Lons " Aeiea sz the Capital. Washington- TMb seems to be tke on for flying machines. It Is the Z1 ereat ambition of Inventors all orer lie world, and especially la the United States, to bring to a successful conclusion the experiments 'which have been going on for'ycars in the direc tum of transportation thrtragh the air. The air literally seems to be full of J schemes and projects, so mat many scientists believe that the conditions are ripe for the discovery of a prac ticable method. ,, It is as it was with the steamboat, the locomotive, the telegraph, the tele phone, the Roentgen ray. When the sBccessful Invention or discovery In psch of those cases was announced It tos learned for ihe first time by the THE BERLINER MuDSL AXROPL&NE. public that many i...

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. — 19 September 1903

'.- 3- .:- sv CH It to sM that a WAV BBCTWW Mewfe A iir .: oKbuu-iBtVui Wk leads . .? ?!Cdft Jr H lO tnpworo -aan iu"iirf ,.. -.p. this ee&lea mb net haviag their rlba 6 sew wgy ef torciaf paw erased. Cerae la sad sett sad j,. - The Kew Hampshire staWtes cbfTfriiaBirT right at home. There- make ft an offense to have la one's p U sore womea, "Chicago fc"1 trost. raier tESt. ' 15 to- tie SJTsT" ttMW feet twe er three years than in any HeVagTetatnllJsfeytralnfromagood otherbart of the State. Pay al s q waeB Use conductor. alter !?he Salter, of wf 7 started a conversation. He asked the Jtked ear article so well o & L. Bar- iaawmiaTrtlttlacxbe'dliaa.aBdftnaIIy setr seat o jeff for tea days fer coa- . to tte atch tempt of Coaaty Judge Kavaaagh-i Tae condHctor looted loos and. care j tbefit reprbdsced it "in tali la ite tally at tae flak. FWuOlynesala:--.- ?-":l.. int.- n, " "Tonne man. I'm a came 'warden of ieeee withoat givtug The Broad Ar any eredit'for It or charglBg It ap -a '...

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. — 26 September 1903

i."s? 5 -r r r -" AS volvhl CHICAGO, SEPEMBEE 26, 1903. INo. 48. v HEW TO THE LINE. ALEXANDER DOW Wants the Whites and the Blacks to Intermarry in the City of Zipn The Authority of the Footpad. The last issue of the Leaves of Healing contains Rev. John Alex. juder Dowie's reply to the oration de livered recently at the Chicago Uni versity by John Temple Graves, tie inconstructed ex-rebel of Georgia, jaj the head of the Christian Catholic Ctareh of America, brought forward sxay historical facts relative to the early achievements of the African isd his descendents -which can not be eonterverted. It was certainly surprising to many of the six thousand People who flocked into the Tabernacle to learn that "the wife of Joseph was an Afri can lady, the daughter of Poti-Phera, the Priest of On, that unto Joseph in the Land of Egypt were born Manasseh and Epnraim, wmcn Asenath, the daughter of Poti-Phera Priest of On bare unto him, that the great tribes in Israel were estab lished by Manasse...

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. — 26 September 1903

Jp THE BROAD AX.' .BBSS) WMaXY . aSV:MiSS8SS3SS! rict to speak h era adad. xi cuuimimicaMoMjriH eT i'matton. WrKaeatroacaMrtesoftkaaaper, omteripMttT.iatbgrfjfaatte. . Cos Year ................... ....i.i..v..... tSJO ...... 14 1SS5SZXS3S!S&-'" ' tht. nvnAT. at t.nrtmrr JBXHJS X. TaYIOB, Salter SBdP&etiftecr. at the Feet Office at Gfcicafct TU91 aketrsar. sales u ttttfUicm b prsfwr. aad imiitiLirnilHtytoaad. HMfWtMfHt T. .- tnrnnff rltmii.u possioie to aesiroy uus 1110 m "- au. . -f " als to poison a metal Just as you Siiff """"""St gjjjj poison a man. HetTet. Tg aspect of the discovery vexes They're saying you're Just like all me, for I see in the near future a so the other members of the house," re-.dety for the prevention of cruelty to marked the newly elected legislator's metals, with substantial offices, a close friend. "They nay yoa nave your J monthly or weekly record of convie price.' j tions, and rich endowments from sen- Thaf s a Be," declared .the sew "I thoBght s...

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. — 26 September 1903

'jtT umiiGii IatercstiHg Betww-Sease Gewip of tie B&tiraal Capital. PEARVS DASH FOR THE POLE XMl,tt Secretary Darllas; Ia Crsalc en the Sahjeet aBdBetjo sible far the Bxpedltlea Other Timely GoIp. Washington. Charles H. Darling, the drtant secretary of the navy, will be creau 1 1 c o m- mander Peary suc ceeds in discover ing the north pole ob the .expedition which be Is about to undertake. For Darling is alto gether responsible for the expedition. The assistant secretary, though a hard-headed Ver monteT, Is a "crank" on arctic exploration. He Ueui. Pean v&s been a student of the subject for years. He has a library which Is stocked nith books telling of the various at tempts to reach the north pole. That big expanse of white at the flattenned end of the school globes has always worried Ua. He wants to see it colored and he nuts to see it covered with American paint It is his hobby and when he came into tie navy department one of the things tint attracted him most was the llke...

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. — 26 September 1903

bhmmSSS!!5E 1 ii CHIP.. Those who YOlaatarily put power teto the aaBda of aiyrast or aa eae y, east act TFoader If It be .at last tamed agalast tbeaselrea, Aesop. Best $18 oTereoat for the aoaey la tie city. "William A. Kircafeerger & Co, 189 Clark street. Chicago. The Iowa A. M. E. cpnfereaca has eoae to a dope. Rers. J. C. AodersoH. G. M. Tillman, E. C. Ransom, L N Daalefe, T. A. Clark. CoL Abraham Llacola Murray, Jesse Woods, Arch lbald James Carey and Clarence R. .Goggias will plug for the Lord la this city for another year. Bev. HigginJ of Hollaey HL, succeeds Rev. Geo. W Slater as pastor of Hyde Park chape'. James J. Condon, president of th West Bad Improvemeat Club of th 29th ward. Is rallying his forces to gether for the purpose of knockln oat Alderman Tom Carey next sprinr Alderman Carey has been the bos cock of the walk for a long time, an if. he permits the grass to grow unde his feet James Condon, who seems t be a fighter, will represent the 29U ward la the city coan...

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. — 3 October 1903

- -W?rT7 TCE vTa&sW I bbbbbbbV . SSEES" L Krf .vfk Jfi r Z) VBfer7 tJP-aKy fTmSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW r t2bbb ASSPg laBBBBBStii igaBti f 1 HEW TO THE LINE. Vol. V,JJLL. THE DOCTOR REPLIES TO ATTORNEY P. J. O'SHEA On the Mixing' or the Crossing' of the Mr .Editor: I bad no idea that the article I sent jte-and -which you -were kind enough to pablish regarding the mixture or tie races, would induce any comment thereon; but, it seems that this hastl-l y written scrawl of mine has attract ed attention. "What I sent you was sot Titten in fancy's field, on the contrary, it was the result of many years of quiet observation whilst liv lEg as I did for a long period of my He, in a community where the colored population was considerably greater tten that of the white. Mr O'Shea, who has deemed my inkle worthy of comment, has Tead a great deal, doubtless, as to the miitnre of the races. Yet, in his article, he appears to ignore trans parent facts. True, propogatlon goes 00 tchen nature's law is...

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. — 3 October 1903

i ? tSgr r- :. L ' . r &- Br. 'b& Jy'r? ? ? -". Ji : v t-A, i "i-rf. "f THE BROAD AX. TUBLXBSTB inlililltaHBtd Bmar.tertatninsfj.PKrtMMntn, ; Turner. Steele Taa,BeMt- assxTseleessa taste ! I proper sea refiioililWWtyH tad.' Tfes Brass Axis MWWfrtaltrtufljta fcmi enough tor H,ror iintmtiig laoeattaral t!gt tO MX ltt OWB SU&d. lost! cesBBSBlMMoni l reestvs pWeirtlon. WrHeeaiTeaoMsiaeatgMBeBer. OuljoailpHong awst as yM tn ijtimi. Ob Year............ fits MmrtlH.......... U3S i fl-nrrtliitTTir rsterjnsas "known go sppHotnoa, AatoejaHtuiiiiiiiiiilritlnnito THE- BROAD AX JTJIinoT. TATMK, Bailor aaaPttsHsser. TTntnrf1 at die Part Office it Odcago, J g as Stcead-rUaWiHiT. Wot Yet. ' They're saying you're jast like all the other members of the house," re marked the newly' elected legislator's close friend. "They sayyoa have your priee." "That's a lie," declared the new member. "I thought bo."' Tea, I havent got It yet, bat I have Bopes. Catholic Standard and Times. To Pass 1b a C...

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. — 3 October 1903

-1. foil! WASHINGTON lateresting Betwcea-Seaaoa Gossip of the National. Capital. DASH FOR -THE POLE PEARVS Xf,utt ivilk OB Secretary Darling: I the Sabjeet aad Respon- .ihle tor the Expeditiea Other Tlmelr Gossip Tt;4sninEton.--Cbarle8 a Di.the . Jtstsat secretary of the navy, will be sslsl entitled to t i o credit if Coa mander Peary suc ceeda in discover ing the north pole on the -expedition, which be la about to undertake. For Darllag Is alto gether responsible for the expedition. i The assistant secretary, though a hard-headed' Ver io o n t e r. Is a "crank' on arctic exploration He Ueitt, PeaiJ lu been a student of the subject for wars. He has a library which Is stocked Tjth books telling of the various at taipts to reach the north pole. That big optsse of white at the flattenned end of the school globes has always worried Ha. He wants to see it colored and he fiats to see It covered with American pslfit It ii bis hobby and when he came Into flaTy department one of the things $...

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. — 3 October 1903

- ' K'' - v. rF - True Salvation. Tltere U so reHgkm .oataMe of practical .fraternity. Only fee who oaa call all mm his "brothers'! has a rjeht to call his Creator "Father." Oar. own lives are boaad'ap with the lowest "teem and wosaea; we caa only rise as we lift thea. Tree salvation 'gives food aad shelter, raiment and cosafort, cnltHTe and liberty to each member of the haman race on earth. If It falls In this It fails totally. It ay"be too scant of breath to pray bat it works. Salvation Is all here or nowhere, and. all oar datles toward God are rleht here to our fellow men. Let 'as have that salvation In the world' we are living In; until It can o more be said that they who do the most work-have the least to eat The salvation that does" not aim at this and hold this as Its polar star, Is Trat a'ghostly myth on Its way, to the mythic graveyard. A JStockham. Notes From Normal, Ala. The A. & M. College opened Sept 1st 'with a larger number present than for years. Prof. CounclU Is...

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. — 10 October 1903

t '-'. CHST3 HEW TO riiS LINE. VI 1 I, , Attorney P. JP'SHEA Refutes tH Unsound Argument Advanced by THE DOCTOR On the Mixing' or the Crossing of the OHIOA6Q, OCTOBER 10. 1908. gg i t No. 50. The Doctor" has made seme safe ties in his lest article oa the Race Bastion. As for myseIL-1 Relieve If tie colored citizen te left severely itoe he will take good care ef aim self. But he is aot left alone. So ciety does not treat aim Jastly sd tie law does not treat aim lastly, is Irish defendant la an TfagHsh ceart appeared very glossy and the jgsge, to comfort him, told aim fee tobW get justice la his conrt. "Yes, aid the Irishman. That la -what Fa afraid of." If a colored man is a defeadeat la asuy of our states he is sore Id get festfce. And this ia a ropabMc sere all men are bora equal! "What lUe. All men are not bora eqaaL The Doctor" says I aa -evideatly a MeTer in the Bible. TOTie I re Esrd the Bible as a good and most a&iirable book, I do aot -believe -all Its contents literally....

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. — 10 October 1903

., -??- ijj? rsf Jr THE BROAD AX. HteitiTiaM Terrain StastoTn,BpMi- SSiS5taw- " W4 imnmiwiiyimiw hm Marti to aU. Ttgtt a ek Ma ewa saw. Wieealj'eaeartdefaa9ar. feepriatoaitunna, -0 mk l-W THE BROAD AS QBrB A3!9B9Vb JLtCBSOi ufisCaqPvi jqLipS r . TATLOB, Setter tad PaSHi&er. at the Pert Office at ttiexga. m,aSTmdhn Halter. "! " 5UtaUea laea. . 2here goes a man," said the sad- eyed grocer, with a sigh, "that parted aLaa.a7 w- ...... that r queried the drummer "Why, doesn't look like adeep-dyrf Ta "Who said anything about a vIUanT S! the '?mt. en f0"11" 4jk was au ngai; ne s a jsoge in the divorce court." Cincinnati En quirer. Wo Deabt of It. T,b. o -ia- tv " m i, - a clever poem," edltor. handing back the manuscript; "do you know who Is the author of these lines?" ." "Of course," replied the proud father; "dlda't I tell you my soa wrote . "Bat are you sure he did?" "Sure! Don't you suppose. I' know ,o V.nmlM.nt Mll.alnlil. Vmbi " He Wm Tee Stroaar. "My boy tells mu you discharged ...

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. — 10 October 1903

w -J mmm gossip - lift ef Timely latereet. SOME DIPLOMATIC -CHANGES JateresUas FIsnares'freHt-tHemerawe ef tie Pest OMce Departmeat StHpeadeaa Tasks Performed oy Seme Crererasaeat OMelsIs. "WasMastek. Over at tie post office department there is a place called the Morgue. That is the A Raes ferUe. eminently appro priate same com monly applied to tie dead letter of ficethe destina tion of all the let ters that go astray la the aafls. Few people have an adequate con ception of the amount of business that is transacted la this establish ment; bat the an imal report of First Assistant Postmas ter General Wynne, the official deeper of the Morgue, cos tains soae Interesting information. It appears that darias the year last closed bo less than 1G.1SSA46 pieces of man found their way into the dead house. That "was 864.795 more pieces than -were reported during the previous year 36,060 a day year iaaad year oat, and thesamber constantly In creasing. A. little over oae-thirtieth of this num 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. — 10 October 1903

-f -y 3- C"?1 rS-. 5 r- Ji'' t-S CV-- "3 "i c- - - - .CHW., , B. C. State. BHHger far W. A. wmaamw, wmm. si xm men ajreeserger to, xow - -. wtoi sateradeiag tfre-ABMT- the aly exetesire ascaUed for cloth Seeas eC Jellei, HL, talMM a res, la hoese in Ike city, the leaalag r Mi Hwwiir (Tke M J(l . artist jeerotafflttaik always arears Dr. a D. Trke, KM street, a ploawmt ssOle oa. Ms face aad -Mr. We,( Mar, TC Is aeetiag with Biafce has aay frleads asjoag the jfreat wmw ia the praettc of his beat class of colored people of this arSfofleioa ataee zomiTlag to this eRy. city whe haTe their weariag apparel Hbe 43ett to the biaok sheep ef tie aaaa by a A. Kirchberger & Coa hORTOrily Bests, sa4 ae asa prep f tfe eaareh. , Gas, with a sfagle -ward, eetffa .aaa&fiete aha, Bat Is earefal aet W de so. YeKafre. Mrs. P. B. Xepperl, 472 Ameer aveaae, te heaa tram, a six weeds' visit to St. Loate, Ma, aaa Mrs. Soa ped lived oa tie Cat of the-taatLwhBe la tke World's Fair City. ' Rev. Joha W. ...

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. — 17 October 1903

aBHIr yK I BW. X. mnmnmnmm. lPEmnaBBBBBBBmr mnamnmnamnBBV tXH liiBmnmnBBBBV aamnmnmnmnW 'TKfT?'" mKr f aamnmnmnmnmnv HEW TQ THE LINE. Vol. VJLUL. REV. B- A. WHITE, TALKS ON THE MODERN HOME. Last Sunday Kp B. A. -White the el the Stewart Avert' arch. Sixty-fifth preached a po' Modern Home, on "The the very be ginning of his ajHCoarse 10 its ciosb Bev White dealt out many practical jeas pertaining to the "Modern Home." Ton can't tolas up men and wom ea in barns and expect them to be re toed and cultured," he declared. The "Ideal American borne must be a Axed place, there can "be no Ideal home without the family, for out of snch Ideal homes, -which axe enllv eaed by the laughter of beautiful chll- dren have come the highe at or the most exalted type of -womanhood that the -world has ever known." v The American people ate fast be coming like, Gipsies, -who are contin naliy roving from place to place, ties breaking aasunder afl family ties, tad reaSrmlng that old idea that alter all -we ...

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. — 17 October 1903

y? - W v.- :i , m i: ?-. fewife -tT J' P-e k hC&L. , THE BROAD AX. TTTSt-BK-D tataH qkiUtttba 3n,Bqstil- i of Ifear.er et BKVV btad. AAla a bdttertel atfttespei-ttaera--U. tv-1 ..in lnlnttrrn WfR ncalia liiiiin mrnpiKg o.wtk Wrtt eeiz 00 w at la war. tEevafcttaadrxaaa. W AS-reai tff ctifrnimtilnatteBata la&BROAO AX BMD Aaaer ATsse,tn4aafs. JOTXTJB r. TAT-OB, MHur aitil WiHJwt, ss j-.-' at tie Peel Office at M-sageesad-rfrsf Writer. BfUtnfcf Idea. "7here goes a man," said the sal are grocer, with a sigh, "that parted and my wife.1 , "Is that sor eueried the drummer.', Sfcr IfimHil rt i S wu aa nnillff Hrm Why. he doesn't look like a deep-dyed caskc inclosed In a burglar-proof metal-Tima-." Uc box or vault, so constructed that once Who said aaythlag about a vllianr b ud a gt a the locks snapped asked the man behind the counter, into nlace theTault could not be opened fThat man's all right; he's a Judge in the divorce court" anclnnatl En- quirer. We Devst oJ It. "Rather a clere...

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. — 17 October 1903

V WASHINGTON GOSSIP DiHsef the ITatlewiICajItel That Art af Timely Xatertet. SOME DIPLOMATIC CHANGES autesesttaa- Figares tremthe Kergae C the Pest Of&ee Depax-tsseat Sfapenilea -Tasks Perforata y Smn Gerenateat esaeSaSa, Washington. Over at the peste&ee department there Is a place called the , .Morgue. That la the . eminently appro priate same com ssoaly applied to the dead letter of fice the destina tion of all .the let ters that sjo astray in the mails. Few people hare an adequate, con ception of the amount of business that is transacted in this establish ment; but the an nual report of First Assistant Postmas ter General Wynne, A Rscs for Ufa. the official keeper of the Morgue, con tains some interesting information. It appears that during the year Just closed no less than 10,155,146 pieces of men found their way into the dead house. That was 854,795 more pieces than were reported during the previous year 35,000 a day year in and year out, and the number constantly in cr...

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. — 17 October 1903

' 4 5 1 " " V ' -" ,a2E" iV. J' iv M a, CHIPS. It h ew fEoaeaio te fa3 a aor- ties tat Sstoreay eroaJac.at tie aoase of Xr. a Mrs. Jeaa W: Hardy, 9Mf JtKttae 8C, aad ia arthrjauacak m i-JMl that life k -trortkvblits. jiardy ioaotad w oa eaie aad aoae- saade wise aad the cake tasted TBtghtr It may be Interestias iaVWateAat Mr. Hardy baa oosssfeted arrageests to erect a te-story pressed brick fat handing owwlstlas ef six Sate with all modera iraprove- saests ea tie front part of hW lot, ;aad whan It Is completed it ill be ese of tie iaeet fiat balldiegs ia tie tSky Tiki shows tirlft an) eater- prtee on the part of friead Hardy and - bis good .-wife. ,. -The Afj-Aaericaa BiiaJ Sights ' Leagae of HHaois, held Its first State 'eeaveatiea la Springfield Meaday; K 'passed TeselBtieas pon."alBg IJooker T. 'Washlagtba, for his po litical activity, -while at hr . . time he urges tie ifegro to refnin from voting or saving anything, tt do with politics; it praised Preeidwii Tteose--relt Otfv. Y...

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. — 24 October 1903

'f; r-: IS er r w; : ' 1- ' jr -1 , -T, jf. . j&n Vol. V13X The Religions or the Teachings of JESUS AND MAHOM Compared. It has been asserted, and maintained by the adherents ,the devotes, and the followers of the meek: and lowly Jeses, that lie never-Tittered or gave exjtressicn tc one vara or sentiment which was iBifi&ded to wound r f-!-lags of those whom he came la con tact frith. That he entertained the greatest respect for the religious opinions of others, "bat as we proceed, wewfll endeavor to prove beyond thr peradventnre of a doubt that sach was sot thi case and that Jesas was swayed and controlled by the sasae passions and prejudices which have -always controlled the actions of those who have endeavored to establish a new system of religion or to reform the system which bad become im planted In the minis of the people. Jesas was not nnlike the other Jew ish Prophets, for he and they were most extraordinary beings. They woeJd speak like angles, bat acted entirely diff...

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. — 24 October 1903

" t 5,-ii"-,-. " . . . T3 :.- r t?? : THE BROAD AX. WOMX LAWYMS IM FRAHG& tall jkHi M a arat maid iV " - - "gWJIJlllWjUlWIIMWUM eaaaaaaiBw wt i.iw.or aaj ibi ItoSntJ Axle a wnniKirafcunni-yhllBtMifc ala Mmh atta. Inn aeaaaaaAaaNea M muiIh akWatfaa. Mm Atelaaf. of 54tes-ta Bar Baa Bad Soe'd -RecfcJta XanBen ef ppoalasr Adroeates. Maee the Parte her has been open to woman, ast a. few ambers of the fair- sex have teste advantage of the new privSege neeerded te them to ptead at feba Palate lie Justice, says as. ex- fSfiSSL;' lia.aaiaanfi THE BXOAD AZ JVtXPB 7. Tiyrflft, WHic MiilTiiffliBer. Ife Ps Ofttec a4 CUamp, M OS 1IM1 II Ml. . - .A..- - """"""" rrv .! j j i.. SOOaaaiaaaBUBSa, Vita iTll--,-J,. !. J VL ..!-. rn::r:nrnrrj: " " e a great deal of attention. ,& whose presence lathe cap and , gown made a great sensation at the palate. Her defect, Moreover, bad tie ; eSect of setting the fashion among ! FarteieaBe at wearlag the waits cravat of the French lawyers. Since Mile. Caaa...

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