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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 2 January 1904

REPORT OF HER RESCU TES A SHORT SKETCH OF HER LIFE, HER STRUGGLE?, AND SUBMITS AN INTERESTING MRS. ELIZABETH McDONAtD WRIE AND REFORM WORK FOR' THE PAST YEAR. Julius F. Taylor, Editor of "The Broad Ax." Being asked to prepare my report with a short resume of my life I appreciate the opportunity it gives me to answer the oft repeated question as to why I took up my present work. At the ag of 2 years I was taken from my birth place, Warrington, Va., to Alexandria, Va., where I remained until I was 14. Having a desire to assist in the support of my widowed mother I went to Balti more, M&, where I could earn a larger salary. At the age of 19 I was married to Murray Coleman of Baltimore. God gave to me one daughter by this mar riage, shortly after whose birth I became a widow. About 17 years ago I came to Chicago and shortly after was married to James McDonald of Louisville, Ky I have always had a desire for mission ary work, having been converted be tween the ages of 6 and 7, but ha...

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. — 2 January 1904

If THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Win proinnlcmle and at .11 time, ttphnld th. trtu I their W7. ao Iob a their lingniQ la proper ana re ponslbUlty la fixed. The Broad Ax la a newtpaper whoae platform la broad enonph for all, erer claiming the editorial right to apeak lu own Bind. Local romaanleaUooa will reeelre attention. Write, only on one aide of the paper. Sabeeriptlona must be paid In adTanoe. One Tear COO 81x Month. 1.00 Adrertlslng ratea made known on application. Addreaa all commnnlcatlons to THE BROAD AX Cdio Armour Arena., Chicago. JtJLirB r TATLOB, Editor and PnbUaher. Entered at the Pott Office at Chicago, EL, as Secood-clast Matter. Chips. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hookley Smiley. 6748 Evans are., gave a family dinner in honor of their daughter, -who was christened Hookley, Etta, last Sunday by Rev. Lealtad. Many handsome presents were given the young one. Ex-Alderman James J. McCormick. who stands a splendid chance- of break ing into the city council next spring from the 5th wa...

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. — 2 January 1904

HIGH TRIBUTE PAID TO THE EDU CATIONAL ABILITIES OF MR. AND MRS. JOHN J. SMALLWOOD. BY. EX-JUDGE ADAMS. OF BANCHVIL LE, VA. Rev. John J. Smallwood, D. D., the subject of this sketch, was born at Rich Square, Northampton County, N. C, Sept 19th, 1862, of slave parents. He was reared upon one of the larg est cotton farms In Eastern North Carolina, working from the time he white vote to represent the Sunday schools in the Springfield, Mass.. Dis trict in the World's Sunday School Convention at London, in 1889. Pres ident Smallwood remained In Europe , fronting the James River, for the sum for quite ten op twelve months, lectur-1 of $7,000. The acquisition of this lng and preachinc. Ui)on his return James River property by Negroes, was six years old upon this large farm j to America he was invited to canvass ' for the purpose of building a Negro Temperance Industrial and Collegiate Institute at. Claremont- Surry county, Va., with less than ten people and much less than $50, upon the. wes...

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. — 2 January 1904

A CEREAL STORY. Actor Who Once Hade a Meal Petaala, Hastnrtlum and Paasjr Seeds. oa The refreshing part of a story wale the New York Times recounts Is not the ( stupidity of man in his domestic aspect i The particular man concerned is an actor whose wife an actress Is an earnest advocate of the theory that food should , fit the consumer rather than the reverse. . Consequently there are periods when milk flows Incessantly through the household menu. Again it is hot water, and at other times nuts, fruits and grains alone are relied upon to nourish genius to its finest flower. Once, in the grain age, the wife was called away to a rehearsal that was like ly to last well into the afternoon. She told her husband that he would have to .m. VU .. 1.. !..... .....a l. .kr..pnttn Qk uis uwu iuucucuu, auu uc tucciiwij consented to do it "I had a fine meal of your new cereal," he said, when she returned. "What do you mean?" she inquired. "I haven't any new cereal In the house." "Why, that nutty ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 2 January 1904

I I l i . - i : - I 1903 I I I i in ( LOOKING BACKWARD Chronological Record of the More Important Happenings of Past Year Both at Home and Abroad The Panama "Resolution Mar. 17 Panama canal treaty ratified by U. S. senate b vote of 73 to 5. Aug. 31 Colombian senate rejects canal treaty. Nov. 3 Panama declares Its Independence of Colombia. 4 U. S. marines landed at Colon. ...Colom bian gunboat bombards Panama. c V- ,S- 0Bnl"-s republic of Panama. 8 Colombia protests against attitude of u. S and protests against American In terpretation of treaty of 1846. 10 France recognizes Panama govera ment. IS Mr. Bunau-Varilla formally received by Pres- Roosevelt aa minister of Panama republic 18 New isthmian canal treaty signed by Secretary Hay and Mr. Bunau-Varllla, 20 Panama rejects all overtures to return to Colombian sovereignty. 23-Germany recognizes Panama republic 26 Panama Junta ratifies canal treaty. 28-Gen Reyes, special Colombian envoy to U. S . offers to grant all canal conces sions...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 2 January 1904

& THE EVIL EFFECTS. OF THE JIM CROW CAR LAW IN THE 80UTH. ITS A SYSTEM OF ROB BERY AND 8WINDLE. By Doctor H. H. Butler, of Atlanta, Ga. The James Crow Car is a peculiar piece of rolling stock. It usually con sists of the worst car, with a partition near the middle. One end is the col ored people's car. The other end is the smoker for tne gentlemen. On the return trip the smoking end is the colored people's car, and what was their car going is the smoker return ing. Hence going or coming our gen tlemen and ladies have a chance to become fairly well saturated with to bacco fumes. The degrees in goodness or bad ness of these "Jim Crow" cars differ in different states and especially in proportion to their distance from the civilization of large cities. Some are yery good on through trains, but they are miserably poor on short lines. As one travels to the interior of some of the states these "Jim Crows" show un mistakable evidence of filth, whisky, smoke and disease. Some of the cars...

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. — 9 January 1904

"" He witffu mmmmmmmmmmmmy mml immmtCSmss. ..emmmmh -,"''''MlMife!T!lOTi-lci mmmmWr . T 3rirVAL y mmmV immmmm7 mmml rKx wmmm rmmmmv ImmmmmmmmmVhv mVEHmj SHIBBHiHL sv wHmmWv B, HV jH I rt uL EHmmmmr mBB"B"Bmmmm.mfimmm Emmmw ISB'my mmmL. TEmr jT. HkX V- -m. EC3S"W TO TELE LINE. a- Vol. rs: SOME GOOD ADVICE -BY- REV. FATHER Rev. Father Lockmaii, pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes Church at Mari nette, Wisconsin, has sounded as alarm "which should be heard In every home in this country, as every word of what he says Is true and he is to he commended, for having the courage to attack a social evil which is undermin ing the morals of the youth of this na tion. Father Lochiuan says: "After twenty years' experience in the confessional I have come to some certain opinions on the Question of dancing and courting among the young people. I know that the practice of "keeping company," as they call it, among children below 18 promotes Im morality and leads to intimacy that should not exist. Boys shoul...

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 January 1904

" y-i t - K ? E l&x THE BROAD AX. ad at aH Mm feU M km 5.118. rrt gtiti at Ute,, y. MfM -toe XMH,Hi)BM- uorMCMHHM aar lapreper r . TleltWwktAxt HaTrtKMtirtfanii fa BF0AS tf&0vffe FP JkHf TCP 6MWB( vsvvwnOSXU cttht M ppc Hi ewsateA. Lead aunaUaM W netfva rtmrttoa. gra Dirty onBBito of lfc paper. N Bib ertf Until awt be gtdhfrM. OhTVm tfiMm x JUliaiHriicratetia4limugajHHcni. AMmm a eesaMfiteMtes to TEKBROADAX J3CTOB r. TtTtX.lWHar wifl PrtHrt er. 1 tie Fart Office at CUafeB, U TW film UfaHt. THEATRICAL BOTES. Tfce real h of Qabriete d'Anavazto, whew "MKU Carta" has bees prohib ited 6y tia cesser. Is Gaetaso Bapag aetto. Tfee dramatist tea. soaotDaca n Maria Galleee de Roma. He is a mbbIqUb. as veil as a-playwrlgat, and iae a son wtoaas certain celebrity as a xsaadoUalst. .Albert Carre, of tie Paris Opera CosalfBe, baa began war on. tie tbeater ticket speculators. The figkt -was brosgat aboat by the speculators salag Carre beeaase be refused to accept their tickets at the theat...

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 January 1904

MEN OF THE WELrssr' Gaeejp fro Arwut tit Sfttkri Chair la JTatSewd fragrant. PARUMEKTARYUWAUTHORITY fie Valae Ashe Xlada-Jaai.r. PremlaeaUr FIfHrrm la Katies! LerUlatiea fieda Qj Tm- yertaat Coatmlttees. Washington. The indispensable man Is not numeroae, but scarce as be is oae Ss to be f saad ia tie speaefe room Is the house of representatives. Asher Hinds has beea clerk at the speakers table ever alace Tom Heed begaa to 'wield the gaTel away back in the Flfty-ftm coagresB He case here from Maine -where he had been writing editorials oa the Portland Press and he slipped right Popular Coacep&sa Q( Kr. ISads Into the oar's hab its and moods. He te & young man stUl. considerably under 40, and when Reed picked him tip he was barely more than a boy; bat he hadn't been in the harness a single seesioa before he was looked upon by the older mem bers as an authority oa parliamentary law; and before two congresses had passed there was nobody else about the capltol who could compare -...

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 January 1904

r ,' r & t i A CUSTAL STORY. "Wa Oaee Ml a Xeat a Fctadi, 'Saetarthtm u The rafrneafsg yet a a stery whlta the Hew York Times reseaatsM aet the staaidtty et maiahdemeedeasect Taartkmfatrmaa rmnwraediaaa actor hese rifft-ea, estrone 1b aa seraest aTeeaee the tsery that food sfeoald t the mrmmt rather than tie rTerse CsastTaaatty there are periods irhea aatk lews iaasssaatly threagh the :aeaoshoCd ww. Again it is bet water, e4 a other tias nets, fratts aad grains ' aim are retted aeon tsaoerishgeaiBs e its aaest Sewer. Qaee, la tie grain age, tie irif e ma sailed away to a rehearsal that -was Hke - ly te met weU late the afternoon. She teU her haabaad that he woaM have to get ale owm laacheea, aad he eaeerfally watoated to de It. "I had a toe meal ef yonr aew cereal," te said, when she retaraed. "Waal da yea mean?" she laealred. "I latent aay ae-ir cereal la the hoase." "Way, ttet aatty staff yea left oa the dk tag-room task." The wife eat dowa saddealy. rmTe , eaten ap aay wiadew...

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 January 1904

!' ,V '1 Vol. jcs: CHICAvxO, JjinnarjG, 1904. 3No. IS. a . -- - aaLaBC. -mr 1lv1 asmmmrnvmaflmmmmmV I amHm smmms. SkuS!9'lW?fliBWfrnSwSi!lE9HBaBflHiv ejammmav x. .mw x r YAJrf B wlrS SBBESBBBBSBBSmBja BmSff I BmSJavtBB&. . l JffijjfrgEgfjWtfjggB3gyjyifryigJJJp 9 BSBBSBBBaw V Kr M jrSrS x& n smmH LBBmmmmmE smmmf KVJflaHK. 3E&HH fiBfcawwiBwBy5l. ammmmBVNk. c ssmv ssVmBT mBR tmmnv mmma mlmsa1 smBB.BnBmBk BhSPHv PJBsBBBBL3msESmr .MsmHm. -g -nm- BasmsBBaw. ''SmmmsBSBBBBBBBHm' yHmmfc. I ssmmBiv ssmmV BwBmmV sammm smsmmy pB Bmmih Tffl? Br - VsimmmWV "' HEW r0 W,HE LT3VTC. BMB11111,BMBBBBBB,BBammBmimM 2 """"""MIB'B11fcmB1BlM"iM REDUCING SOUTHERN REPRESENTATION. The action of the Union "League dub of New York in caning tor a re daction of southern representation has been viewed 'by some people fa vorably and by others unfavorably. The latter class lndade the white south on one side and on. the other side northern advocates of industrial education of the Negro, like Mr. Og den, th...

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 January 1904

"ftrri i" -Ss? ' - 1 - R w m & I-v ? g Ttf.S 5 THE BROAD AX. HM mate I ii inl it iir Wwr jiliiiil rtii li in iiijiUi nfTlulliiiiTi !. ill OilliiiMiii.riiHiiiilliilB. tmM,'SmtttM Xter,e aarf eaafccf? ifcetr ifc jlaBg. jtotr Uaritgt iatnttrm&. Wrtte eej ea saa rtfeeC tb paper. CrtMMlittm niityMtoaTwe. rwrfffwiminlniMninto THJt BROAD AX JOTJW T. TXYLOB, Mtar mii ftrtMiliw. at titc Pact Ofice WL, YOU EATS HIA1D OF. Gar. Brodte, of Ariaoaa. to & aatifa uC Mew York state, aad vest to West Fstet1al8. Be rtownHeaaalalBgea gteear after serviag- sereral year it tkearay. Secretary Hay aas ki his poMowlrca the Saaaaa fas la vUok wae wrapped Paaaars treaty with ike United States ob tts trip from Waaalagtoa to tae istfc Baaaa4 sack-again. TkeSaswaspre eeated to kfaa by HlsMer Basaa-Var-JHa, who titmBftW keft the American flag, whkh was also wrapped ahost the treaty. Thosgh a Yarybwy man, Prestdeat Dks, of Mexico, rarely If ever refuses aaawHeacetoAmsricaaTteltora. Usa- ally a letter 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. — 16 January 1904

;w ,!- . t - -e ty which he is moat Jaattliarly ood. One day oa his 'way to aaaoal HtUe Tim P101"4 P TWBMe seer jjBnp. Be thought It was dollar bill. It bad been raining tBi the stamp -was Ptt so when he reached tie school he .inni the stamp or the trail aaar a Jt, The teacher asked him what he .. Aninz and lie resiled that 1m u t to "dry that dollar" The boys -nrht on as boys trill sad from that jay to this he has bee known as "Dry Dollar Tim." Since that memorable day Tim Sullivan has learned a great leal about the mediaa of exchange. He has oTer a million and a halt of Ay dollars now. He owns theaters, nee horses and race tracks and he is u well known in the sporting -world as b polities. Most of "Dry DoIlarV ed ootion he picked up ia the streets, gli school days were few. He began to make money by selling papers sad most of the Informatloa he picked ap vis gathered from the papers he sold and from the racy talk of the streets. To this day he says his reading Is con teed to the n...

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 January 1904

J& T.,, -t?Vf sfi-. ifc :.jr OtttPS. Th am Ax to vwk, efM pages ape tse hook pa per, feuKleas r, makeup tote fuMec ew ithat He dtter and hte staff knows what m eeeseary eeaatitnte an p-t4ate journal. aeKteMW mariioa.aad reepeot fer m. enterprise ttot is an ualnrpriee ape its merits and at aympethy.-The nunete idea. Mowi&y evening; Feeraary lat the tear Circle of Crispus Attack OUb wffl glre & grand maseuerade hall at Central BaH, 22d St and Wahasa Av. vlc hr Prof. N. Oark Smith's fall orekeetra, assisted hy Prof. G I HBL Admieeion 35 eats. Five cash prises wffl fee distrBBUted. A. P. Tervalon, B. & Duncan and E. S. Ximhrough W have charge of tee affair, -who Trill be assisted By & reception com mittee. Politics la the? 36th -ward are fcegla alag to Team up Just a little bit, 'bat 1ft seems that -Alderman Chas. J. 'Beyd, Deuale. J. Reirdoa and Harry J. Rogers are Wader restlas oa their oars a It were, antil they ascertain Just how AMermaa. John J. Bradley and hte ...

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 January 1904

'"S-sfe -.jt- ra ' j-' ' i Sjrf ? OHIQAGO, Jaary S5 1004. Wo. ISi - iTJTEtafc - r - ' ? .Jean - aaaa-- yi BeHtaft? d m iiH& VHKfl 3 fOZfSB&m jVjTTim iWjlu ssssssssMmE. Nr5sssssw. - ' s, S Ba tMspmHf vPIHIHHIBi " ssLaassssaMsTv Hk hm HB " HEW to JlbijE LINEt : V. . ' - J". &. fflSOf ft REDM6 v S -v Why should soatferaepreieentatioa is Congress be Tedaeedi. TJrsCW cause it wouldj reduce -the political strength of the South as -a -faster in national legislatkmrjilml&l6& Ka rela tive importance as an dement la nk tkmal politics. That section is Inso lent, exacting and aggressive today because it has sojaech aamerleal strength in Congress' Bedace that strength by a judidoas blood-letting to the tune of forty or nftyTepresenta tires and there wMl follow In dae time a terrible reduction of Its arrogance and aggressiveness. For as it declines in relative strength la congress, it will decline in relative importance la man agement and leadership of the Demo cratic party al...

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 January 1904

BKSJ M- T--S.T -- ft v '-a.-" . ? ' rv THE BROAD AX i inn mwi ,n iii i i nictteu sssftstote. ruvwvrftrtt&fa 3wh.w9Mh tfSM at Later. t)irH SMr rmttt. br MstK.a8,m L-Ulrahig the eMriM riCMta-ape&lwewB atari. ImI KiiiiunmlBBlient H1 xceetva MiiaMnn ' jfmMaarMeeiKmFer. OaWdtHnaiBthcpMtBiTaae. AkA Taf . . - - ATertCliyrtwaa awm an tHiillM, i&reSJsTemnni wwlniti nnt to - THE BROAD AX 8MB,AHBeAuum, Oblngo. JHJtlCBT. TAYISB, SaHaraaarnMhher. at Ac Pest Ofecc afCakxss, ,iiywiir!iirHiff. HOT YOU HAYS BEARD OF. . Gov. Broate, of ArEseaa, 1a a native of Ifew York state, asd west to "West Febtt ki IMS. H becaeamlslagea Siaeer attar Berrlag several years la tae army. Seeretary Hay kas la Us poonocoloa Jfro Fasasta las 1 walca was mapped gnatmn's treaty iritk tae Uaited States em Ks trip from Waaeiagtoa to tae lsth ass aad sack agala. Tae flag was pre setted to kka By Kialster Baaaa-Var-jsa, who ansself keft tke jSjserieaa fas. iralck iras also -wrapped asoattae treaty. Taoaga a Tery e...

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 January 1904

n &. "v . ', "E3 -'- WA PltS&P-r 'T- i- '5 l: c, s-.av''--.- ITS or- ' - V ,. 5 - ; - - -: . .u.',r ; .M W Ml uh wexmrcm Jh c - i!he4 aJ-:ttfe?a2SiS tie nauomu wjhw. - fi0IIFEDEBATE.LEpRWOII.2iim ri Few ot I Are Sew te a resad la the Seaate eie traM- . Sese riclBrcjiiB UHUM tera 1b oaaTeea. fftfhingtoE.-Two m, MM ". .. jjje passed away Maj. Ge. 'Loag- street aad J. Gordon-two otjHto whodl days were few awi the areatast sol-i te -aake , vj ,,,w- He besaa the greatest sol diers la the his tory of thexeimh lte. Of the geaerate of the confederacy Longstreet ranked easily amou tarl eaauy amosg the" first three, awl Is the opimloa. of mil itary experts there were sot more than, that samfeer of commanders oa QSL lltflt tt federal side who excelled 1dm. Yet far tie greater portion of the time jftff the dose of the elrti war tmtQi Uj death his fame retted Hsder a dad among some of hie owa peopJe, teaase after swords were transformed kto sgricnltnral IrapleiaeBts he aMied Itself with ...

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 January 1904

'Jf '"er & if Iff ?fi ". f-,r- -'ri-' -N &- eHft. Ut. asl hfn. X.H. of Get. SeVard H- fete, 421 Leafts; ,CJt Vatfti. X. f5fc-M. Ifltweasea, Mt srtset am wa two kb -orfVAa SC wOattta St -tB4 - .... i se. asCs hs fBelaaed.! had tar W teo3e be axedby 3o the - jfaay of the ladies M worktop -ii -j iv tut oakls otder to jusb - ' get their sew areeses J mimri Inlehril Tfi i feacy. to Tarpiacs TBBd oher jt Mi, "wWe wffl be held the CoMnonni iitei Mosesy eealos, JeatKh. . Bey. J. W; Beblaneu, Cssreh, 4ftk sd State, street, haa started a, JniDcton torn it ltk sad Anmr ayeaser -witch wiH he la easts of Rev. Mrs. Walter HIH. who le presortes bosk, -lee the Frees whfoh -wl Joataia. a0 of her Hf&aad essays oa the Wbte as ether tepiee. . Mr J.-! Stewart, Nonas! am, Is BtJU recelvfee sreseats freak sar ssmaroBo frieaas. Thesrst of 1Mb woek she received! a haadeosae set of saeer-ferks from Mr, aad Mrs. C:pKws. aad a beaatifal orsaBMatal ce8 freea Mrs. B. H. Sselth. PMa delphle, Pa, faW'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. — 30 January 1904

i 1 Ma HEW TO, THE X-INE. .-. munnm- -munnnnnnr Janana1 I munamX mussm f AiBPnnaannBanjggggV 3ialml imunmy '' ' M ss- X-4aTBBr - munnnms. X. .jmUSSms muUUUUUUSSSr .Xmunm. I mUSSmV X. SUUUmW mmUSSSnr .ggyj fc angBmnsl 3mUUSnr 3mr3ELB mnnSBBL XFamr j ' engggggV. V "Vol. IX INDUSTRIALISM AS I -I-. . ,ri v !" fc?- ' f Some -weeks ago we printed an ac count of the successful boycott the Colored people of Houston, Texas, were making on the street cars -when the city council passed an ordinaace - compeUIng Colored people to ride In the car back of a screen partition. They formed back fines which carried passengers for fire- cents and the street car lines lost practically all their Colored patronage. Now comes the coancil of Hoaston and threatens to pass an ordinance requiring hackmen to give a $500 bond before they can do business. This is done to compel, if possible the self-respecting Colored people of the city to ride in the Jim Crow cars. Ye 3ods, what nextf This is a sample of the sea...

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 January 1904

1) m& mr - y mr w THE BROAD AX. WalpraaMieaU aad at a8 teea aafeatd tfca tea iMiiiu numij,preminng. i mm , t Tilmr or ihos ataa aaaaaTa aciraar.aalflaraa their teaeeaga ti proper tad TOa Bread Ax Sa a aewpapcr-aaaaa iililfniinla bread eeeaa er H.tw riUmlTKthaadttBriU Tt ta apeak ttt eva adad. Loeal KiiiiiiiiiiilnHiini trSt Taeatra aWanMnii. Write eaty ee one dda of lae paper. Bafeaaripaeaa swat be paid la adrcsea. 8aaijIOftmatwwtaintatMat Jt-WI Ad rertUtog ratea aada Iraewa cm appHcattcn. AtfareaiaHYoiuiaBnUiHonite TH BROAD AZ SMO Armosr ATteae, Oateaco. JULIUS r. TATLOK, Editor and PafeUrfier. Battled ai the Peat Office at Chkaga, QL, as Secoad-ckss Matter UMIQUE WAR RECORD OF DOG. Qace Owned sty Betas nd Followed Irlab Troepa la Boer War Wu GItcb Kedal. Unusual interest centered in & esse beard in the Dublin police court, In which the leading figure "was a bull dog that formerly belonged to Gen. Philip Botha and vent through a good portion of the South African war, says th...

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