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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 9 April 1904

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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 April 1904

THE BROAD AX. VWMMMMMMMMWyWMWVA let ait vafeeUttwtrai fnOfO ZSsVSslfL kTMQi 8bC0 lluUL RGpsli .Kwlgtif ef lMber.ee aayasa tM eaafcaya atatr amy, ae lee- a tfcaJr asanas 1 vnyec aad Tha Bread Ax la a ae unapt areas ewrecn rer ws,arw right to apeak 8 wra Uad. roerircwimnnleiMnnii nettr iittaMOB. Write oeJy os est aU eC tha we. OiUwiUiWouiMMtBeyM la fawii. Ob Twt... m.m....m......... H flB 8tzifaifes.........,................. tee Art mi Hal nr ratal Btaaaaaow oaappHeatloa, Aadraat atf r mwTiniUm M una la THE. BROAD AX mo AlBtgarAieiiiii.CJalryo. jtftnra r. tatlob, aawar aaagniiHiitur. TiIihI a Ac Feet Office at CUof W . m TifMii rtiM TiTiHnr s DEMOCRACY AT FEVER HEAT. From the time the Democratic con veattoa is fceW la New York April 18th, wkloa win genre as the "weather bell" for the Daaocratlc party; at this .particular time, the oatcorae of this aetafele gathering will be aaxioasly waited for aad watcaedj by every poll tldaa whose caliber ranges la size from the school district boa...

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 April 1904

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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. — 9 April 1904

ww iiiinF js Ajro our or' coram jfad IHE lfAT10Aii CATITOIu IMPEACHMENT , PROCEDURE pleats That Have Hetafeliaied Sales for Proceeding Be Work for Seles Committee ef the Hesse. Washington- For the first time is g years i case of impeachment is to re inea ny the United States sea-. ate sitting as a coart of impeach ments The judi ciary committee of the house has Toted to recom mend to the house the impeachment of Jadga Charles Swayae, of the aorthera federal district of Florida, aad there is little doubt that the jnfce Charles Swayne. baase will adopt the committee's re oat If this happens the house will present the case to the senate and then Till follow a inai waica may occupy tie senate for weeks. Tne last case of Impeachment was Uat of Secretary Belknap Ik the Grant administration. The hoase of repre sentatives in 1876 voted to Impeach Belknap, but before the trial came to s conclusion la the ooaatc.Belkaap re dgned from his position as secretary of war and that was the end of it...

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. — 9 April 1904

nmfffifWwiMf TiTiiiiiiiiiiTifftTiBwrr iiiwiffl ' r'g''ya Ui sngsop" tSKR?? 5"3km i v - a, a; tsst iCtoEPS. Hk. efe Becry,- fee., YteKisgwitaTrfra. F.D. Berry. TfceTrisagle I CtrclaOlahs VMM .fee ftkMt if tier ted ft live secretary c? asaMaat secretary. iUderaaa Jofea H. Joaee aade a eiea&awee? te iSe agatti "1784 aad fee was re-eleoted to the 3ty CeeaeU wKha healthy majority to bis credit Fer tret class aad -tfrdate hats t rsok feottoa prices, call at Galla gaer's sew hat store, 3WWest Hadl- ksm. Rebert Jtedaeld, tie capable ;atteraey for the loeal hoard of tea- yo-TOBont, coald aake a wiaalng race fer cRy attoraey C Chicago la 19054 Serace. Cliatoa. sad Edward TidrlBg-J tba are atlll-iaeeUag with xach sac cees la coadHGtiBg their daaoes In 'laetrepoJe Han every Taesday and Friday evenings. HaaJcipal ewaershlB "wa carriedJby a hhaapome majority Taesday aad iaer "voters throagapat tie city are to fe& coBgratBlated foe, favoriag these proposltleas. An Hash or all Hoath Roberts...

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 April 1904

-:" 1-- "V ... 'L' .X. . jfP- ''ib -r " i If HEW TO THE ILIPTE. i ' BBBBjppBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB VCmmV 1 BAma. X mBBc lmmBMW mr sBBMV KnEBMVi DBMBMr AjtEaBW ii N.3"5m j wiBBBBBBBv x. mm . vhvs QSmHHvf SHPmf'3emlHBmBmBw'3BmBmHHHBBW . SBmnk?Z".vMrBBmHMfc. smSHaWI .BmsmHsmw. Vol. es: mm T. WASHINGTON And His Gems of Unsound :. Wisdom. By playing upon the emotional ism of the Hegro, and by appealing to hk religions superstition. Prof. Booker T. Washington, while on his puffing and booming tour to this city very skillfully persuaded him to partake of his gems of unsound wisdom in large doses and induced those who flocked to hear him especially those who are incapable of reasoning from cause to effect, to shout amen! to many things which will continue to react against the race jfor many years to come. These are some of the many un sound or unclear gems of wisdom which, he impressed upon the un logical siinds of his hearers. He declared that "Ours is a child race, a partially developed r...

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 April 1904

J I - . IS. THE BROAD AX TtowiAsto aj. iihiji itrtjflaffl wJSlt teJjtSim hi '51 , bMl WWIterttlt JSSjfr TgeT llf Mil. TIHCMROAD AX rAi m.CIWmtw. JVUM I. XASIOB, Iriinl afrtty Pert Oamac at Cafef TO WORRY MEAN CREDITOR &a Asaeaat ef flsaall Outage a&Aa seyed Deota? Caa Unload When. Paying "Up. Orawally, tthmi a debtor aweax- fere a lpag-tiaw creditor la Chicago. ' taere te bo eaeetkmlsg of the Uaited ' States cola la waka the debt Is to be aala,lt tie wMeposslblUtles possessed By aa arbitrary creditor la stipulating jaet -what colas aad la -what amounts fee will receive payaieat are eaoagh al- . atost to dlscoarage erea "borrowing; ays the Chicago Tribsne. Yob can't force a mean creditor to take store taaa 26 ceats' -worth of nickels or 36 ceats' worth of copper cents. If job coald get as Bach as five dollars' geaeratiOH, yoa coald aaload fire dollars' worth oa his, Jast as ae would have to take five dollars' worth of the silver flve-ceat pieces aad Ave dollars' worth of the ...

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 April 1904

swws M7Z2 111 1 sissi 1 1 rZl tUm r wsmm SJRtBT XXV AMD ZTSXX1 AT TX3E aCAXIQXAIi CAPITOL. tWQ SYMPATHY FQRtUj$$N Wm 'AMMfeteiift the leasts wis Xs aery PtWb xer tike WerSeeretary. WmH 11 ctan. -There is ne sympathy Caterer aawsg Sesatar "Barton'e as- seoiatee la tie senate for the pHt la Weh he finds himself, awing to ate taking a, retainer from a concern which had busi aesa before the pest ofiee depart ment There is Senate Burtea. " senate of either party who does sot wish that Burton .jreaM resign and thus relieve -what la -rapidly becoming a very embarrassing situation. At the same time the Ben- ate la set likely to take any steps la the case aatil after the courts have finally passed on the question of Bar ton's guilt or Innocence. To expel him from the seaate sow, as seme would like to do, weald be ta prejudge a case -which Is coming be fore the higher courts oa appeal, aad the older senators In the body oo- not "wast to do anything; like that A good many senators are sore bec...

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 April 1904

W tM i MM WE emwii s -. Whea tgaria ea toi doa't aapact yopr liiaat ip ofy ayery: this far yoa, etse yoaa aw. mw Naat w4lrV9kaa4 AJcwim estate fsB.'albeaR tjf-ta-TJeafbora street FatKe a4aL . UtQS Fatty Wwer! QAlasaadarJ does-sot Wee to-fcelosUadedoC the - faa iaat-Be aasTsaed tew8Bc a? te tie CaptahVs oatee ad settle ap v Vteste Neteoa. 3632 State tnet -sadacts oae ef. ihe aeafest reoaUag. hashes la tie oft?, aad sac is oae .ef eacjaaay lady meads. -Aldsoaaa Taoaaas "Carey left- for goathera California Moaday evealag. He -wiU retara At tie ead'of -two weeks witk aia f aadly. Mrs,. Jeaale Batler, who was an old amaher ot' Qaina Chapel, passed away test Satarday, and she was bar- led from the oharch ia Oakwood, Taes- -day. t For srst class and p-to-datfe hats ' at -rock- bottom prices, call at Galla gher's aew hat store, 369 West Madi- cOS Si Heary T. Elby was , on Tuesday - saoraiae. traasferred from the Cook Coaaty Jail to the Penitentiary at tfellet, where he began serving hte ' t...

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 April 1904

TZ'-'f - - t' A u h S-' i BCB"W TO THEE LIISTE. "Vot IX CHIOAGO, -SLpril S3. 1904. 3Vo. 26 . - j. , t & ' i. M' .' .t, v m a -". . " :.,' - v' - : 4: THE AFROAIERICAN VOTERS TO Till: ..The report of the 'congressional com- mlttee om the Danzler-Lever disputed election, case ought not to' be for given er forgotten "by the Colored vot ers of this country. The committee was, of coarse, Republican. The eld erly Negro, Dangler, has succeded In getting before congress squarely the question as to the violation of the re construction acts, so-called, by the southerners in passing their iniqui tous revised constitutions. Yet the ' committee refused to give aid and re dress. - When Dander's state re-entered the union, after the rebellion it agreed sever to so alter its constitution or laws -as to bar men from voting be caase of race or color or previous con- "tUtton, Danzler argued that the con stRntion of 1S95 did so bar men, dif fering thereby from the constitution of 1868, and that the...

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 April 1904

-f-iir ft sv IT' "-- IC THE BROAD AX. yyWIWMMMWlWWV nESZJrmt svsottta ttS fWWMMIWi 5 tSKIlOAOAX aoifwuw itiiiMj, mmrunes, : a( Ac ?t Oftee at CaJeaf TO WORRY MEW CREDITOR Tio : e Saudi Cfexage aa Aa- aoyoa Bettor Out TJsioad .7jis?TJ. Oraasarly, vsos a debtor appears Be fore loae-tiaw creditor Is Chicago, faore I so asosUosJsg of the UaKea Statos os4s Ss wsfes tie debt ts to be ssM, fast tbe Hide possibilities aoacossoa ay as arMtrary creditor Ss stloaiatiag test what eoias sad ia sraat assosats le -sat reeetre payawst are oaoacltal jaost to diieiaarage eres aornralac, says tbe Cakago Trtaaae. Yea saa't force aaoaa creditor to tako awre taas 26 ceats worts eCaJdcelser ceats worts of copper cents. If yes coaM set as ataeh as Ire dollars' s-oaoratios, yea eosM sskMdftre attiars' worts ossias,jt as fee wosid hare to take Ire dollars' worts of tse sflrer fre-cost pieces asd tre dollars worth of tse obsolete 26-cest pieces, wska assse so auua troaWe Ss tse Hie'TH. Bet yes caaaay oat tea ...

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 April 1904

. t. . e THE BROAD AX. aaaataHtteMavhelalfcatrM aBaaatsr 1taiUihaM 1saakBteSBta aflaaMwUia xassnBGSaaj 9a9v 'SBSxfly 8 MM C IW1T. CT BfCM au tacra Ofu tfceir iHfHit H TtokSreadAxlc a toil bmmIi tar alt, ww raHHtgaimfKiiaawBaiinii Xaaal MHBBleiliMi trti raeolTa Wilta DrtrcBCTB alaaefthogawr. llatoaariBMtiiiimiiitBOHadlBtaTiaaa. TflffwMttt " AaieitUkyrattaHtataanrnaaaMiUetHoc. TBK BROAD AX MB Aiaear ATtssa.Ghfeaeo. WIBB T. TAYLOK, BOteraaS PnbHiher. ntiiwif at &e Fsst Office At CUcagB, Mas StamS-eLm Hitter. TO WORRY MEAN CREDITOR She Asaeant of Small Change aa Aa- xwyed Debtor Cob Unload When Paying Up. Ordinarily, when a debtor appears fee fere a loag-tirae creditor In Chicago, -there is bo eaestloalBg of the Dal ted States coin in -which the debt Is to be J paid, bat the wide possibilities possessed by aa arbitrary creditor in stlpalatlns test -what coins -and in -what amounts he -will receive payment are eaoegh" al most to discoarage eves borrowing; says the Chicago Tribune. To...

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 April 1904

yrnr-, cfv r mira eossip AXOOT XXV AXD TJDE YAJZIOXAXi OAX230L. NO SYMPATHY FOR BURTON Ob Anseeiates In the Senate Wist Se Weald Xga A. Sit of Sis- tory grnWnmw fer tae "War Secretary. Washington.- There is so sympathy whatever among Senator Barton's as sociates la the senate for the pliAt la. which be finds himself, owiag to ak taking a retainer frem. a concern which bad bad ness before the post office depart ment There is -S m at or Bartes. sot a man in the senate of either party -who does net wish that Barton would resign and thas relieve -what la sapidly becoming a Tery embarrassing situation. At the same time the sen ate is not likely to take any steps in the ease until after the courts have anally passed on the question of Bar ton's gailt or Innocence. To expel him from the senate now; as some would like to do, -would be fa prejHdge a case -which is coming be fore the higher coarts on appeal, and the older senators in the body 'do not -want to do anything like thaU A good many...

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. — 23 April 1904

- T & Jim. Setae Jeersee, wile et Dr. Jefcenen, the itk& te cenYaleeceat. .m-ifcnfreaBnmJoSnJ.FeelycoBli As wiinriws raee ier Stated At -tonrty ettieek County. Tfiinniin GaSagner, the ntyHsa lis? ter, 8W "W. Taadiecm street, anoala re celve tne nonUnatfos sg one of the vC8BBteBlOBerS Of CJOOt eOBntjr. Far irst class aad ap-to-ante teta at rook Bottom prices, call at Galla gnert new.nat store, 2Se Weet Maai- ,SOnt. ' Aliemtan Jenn H. Jonas has spent tnenast ten days at Hot Springs. Arlt, he win return home la time to le present at the meeting of the city conned Meaday evening. Some people -who lire In a palace la this -world -will bo lucky when they reaoh the next if St. Peter- assigns them to a room In the garret The Mirror. Society folks are making great preparations for the ball to be given on Friday evening, April 29, by The Storks, at the Doaglas Club-hoase. Hiss Josle Hubbard -was called from Oberlia CoDoge, Oberlln. Ohio, to the deathbed of her father, Mr. Theo. Hubbar...

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 April 1904

" sbbb bssssssY Bssssn IhX H IsIst jssBBSSSm sssfsssssmi C3ssssssiy r"firjir " isssssbV Esssy ji- HsWV Nw Jfa sssBBBBBBBBBsr yHL I BBBBBB&JVwBBBBskSBBBBB.BBr VMsiSBkJrBBBBBBBBBBBBml . vE-HLx2L,BBBBBBBBK.BBBBBBfeji BBBBBBBBBnwV BLEW TO THE LINE. . - OBLXOAGrO, Afrril SO, 1904. No. ST rvoi. s: . .. ', jJT TTMiTlr 5k - w a. BOSTON COLORED MEN HOLD GREAT MASS MEETING. Ex. Govs. Boutwdl looker Washington's Waterloo. a"?..-' , ii"T-J- J-tJLiZf r.TT'w riviTjtc-' vWP-S -" . A . Trotter TV 2. Special Correspondent to The Broad - The greatest mass meeting ever called by the colored citizens o Mas sachusetts was held under the aus pices of the Boston Suffrage League in -' . Panes!! Hall oa Friday evening, April 22nd. An enthusiastic audience ol three thousand packed the "Old - Cradle -of Liberty," and filled every seat' on the floor andthe galleries, FaneuU Hall has seen many spirited meetings, but never was there wit- nessed a wilder enthusiasm and ex ' citement "" nrevalled when Rev. yro...

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 April 1904

". F?3 .:. "f1 -.- ?l 5.' ? -T- r. X - ---.. -- hV .7-1 R, M. - i .xi . & Til Ftf- B5?3 && at THE BROAD A2L iHJittUtteMKkaMlktbw WH WK llllIIUI 1UUIWBB rnwt. i Tfca Brett Ax 1 broad manwjti tec i8,(nr thesdttorfad BMWHmilB i crawled, (In)wwrlf Mnm mull to pilil In iilnnm SP.T6S)r...... HMWMHWWMHMWWMi KaBt' LH IMtMl THEB?OA5AX SMS Anani- It gum, CUesfo. JBLTBB 7. XAYZ0S,Bagteraa)aP&blial6r. E&aei at tie Pert Office t Cfakage, X&V $tc$t& rti a Matte. Wo 33m to Sead VV. KkTfBls Ito, tfce Japt&esectatecaas, r Ja described &8 aa Indefatigable read er of Boropcan aad American Utera-. -tare. He reads sot oaly the standard -works, bat the sew publlcatloas and the current periodicals of botk neml-j sjieree are devoared. He reads. Ger man, French, English aad CMneee ai eailly as be reads his own language, He has been accustomed to give five to rixioars a day to reading. Nov, per haps, be has been obliged to oat'short those predoBS boors. American. Looms in ...

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 April 1904

PJJLl f 36.- a- Z-XI$ " Sr Jf' .-" -.. - - t-yiBf, JP. Ill -w-- "JF 411 wtsRiicni insit goaetp op TKxcoxsxam'WMXBX hub just CLOixn. NOT RICH IN REAtlOIislJSL?.?.""! .Sat Few Has. Save Developed la the ,. Estimation- of 'the PaWfe w5TwrOfIc8BKlKtl4gfeV ' Senators,' ,Washlngton.-fThe n fljnwffijhf nt . tot congress leaves Washlngtbs'oaee more In the-dtserted and deadly condition which alwayarchar acterizes the "town' when abandoned to Its own devices. The hotels, which for six months have been packed to the roof, wllj soon resemble the barn-like Inns of a summer resort during the dead dsvK rrf,vi!nti5Tr- - Siak-C&aKm. ,B nQ town on the"conUhent which can empty Itself more, .speedily, than 'Washington ef the transienc visitors who 'gits' life to it while congress Is beret The session of congress which has Jast come to. an end has not been rioh In the making of reputations. If any one man. has grown greatly lntiie estimation of house and senate it is Speaker Cannon, who, -In a singl...

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 April 1904

-j. aJ"i si i Et '. II 5 - r A araafee sra leadsr Is abes as mm service to s ckarca as a kee -veiM fee te a sarssr. Tfca bs ev s&lgat fee Jaascea te - ssafte K tae Rera. Hs-eattag Bstert aad AroMpaM Jaiaes Carey -wosM .nlanfl ap acts Ie4 aa to prayer. AMenasa Tfcemas Carey aad Mb faafly retarae fcosse from Soataera CaMferata test Saaaay Boralag. BasUsaere, MA, baa a colored Yoaag Woaaaa's Ckristiaa Assoolatkra. At this aoae, feesaet are Beearea tor girls aad sraiectkra givea taesa. For Irat class aad ap-to-dte hats si roek tettem prices, call at Galla gWa aew bat store, 268 West llaai- BOB St. CoL "WHHasa Jeaalags Biyan, Is his great speech, ia this city last Satur day Bight, to attiateats; aad par-poses, laid Jadge Altes B. Parker la als po litical grave. lira. L. A. Davis, 5912 Cth avenue, retBised home Tuesday sxornlag from Jacksonville, EL, where she spent several days la the laterest of the State federatloa of Women's Clabs. The truth that God is a myth Is eas ily taught aa...

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. — 7 May 1904

m& JBEETV TO TBCE LINE. Vol. I3C CHICAGO, IMay y? 1 004. No. 28 II H JV H IB x H ISltB' Ia. fSIEH LsiiiiiiiiHv ITmBy mmmtoi rff7iv . Kk. NA iHL. mKLir LHHHH I BHHHHHIm. V smLHImW BHr KF Jl - LRfiH r JS3&B Xje3"?mmmmv C2mmff M " LHHHHIflmW V r H immMmmmLiiiiiiiiiiKr .LHHHHIm. I mmLHUBVW Ar jM iSgifc I mmm. Kn srf" ssiiit EfCfMfwM .Lsllllllllllllmmk. mLiiiimW. w JALIIIIIIIIIIIIIIbW. . & fr Booker T. Washington's Un sound Doctrine Riddled Too Pieces By Rev. Owen Meredith Waller, M. D. .Staff Correspondent for The Broad Ax. Washington, D. a, May 2nd, 1904. Special. By far the most momentous issue before the race in this country to-day, Is the question of the franchise. The courageous Negroes of Virginia are determined not to lose the ballot with out an heroic, If not indeed a. death struggle. Though one of their cases, recently argued in the supreme court, has not been won, it is nevertheless in many respects a signal victory, for the reason that Chief Justice Fuller, sittin...

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. — 7 May 1904

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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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