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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 May 1904

MITOI LETTER COMB? OP THE COHGIBW WlH.fi KAS JUST GLOBED. NOT RICH IN REPUTATIONS 3t Few Xa Have Develeped la the Xcti&attea -e ike FanUc "1 3Tew OSes Suildiag far Senators. Washington. The adjournment oi congress leaves Washington oaee more la the deserted and deadly -condition which- always characterizesthe terns when abandoned to its own devices. The hotels, which for six months have been packed to the roof, will soon resemble the barn-like Inns of a summer resort during the dead days of winter. Speaker Cannon. There Is so town on the con tin eat which can empty Itself more speedily than "Washington of the transient visitors who give life to It while congress Is here. The seseioB of eoagrees which has Just come to an end has not been rich in the making of reputations. If any one man has grown greatly In the estimation of house and senate It is Speaker Cannon, who, in a single session, has enrolled among the little group of really great speakers who have presided over ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 May 1904

,ss Jestfce J. K. FrJsdiTe, wbe has served the ctty heseraWy asd weH for faite few; years, would seake a rst- ckes 3de of Cook Coanty. Barber C H. Brittoa. 1 Wes147th Street, is oae'of the meet artistic hair oatters fa tli city, and he la well liked by Mb patreas. Jadge M. P. Taley attar resting up far twe months Ih Southern California, has again set la motion the machinery of his Court. Genuine uncalled tailor Bade salts, Hght colored, for $7.59. -See them.--W. A, Kirchberger & Co, 189 So. Clark Street, Chlcaso. Col. S. E. Burke seems to be campla? dose oa the traty of Mayor Carter H. Harrison, aad oa last Moaday CoL Barke pat his hoaor oat of baslness la oae part of the 21st Ward. The Afro-Americana of Springfield, - Ohio, are planing to hold a meeting to cosslder a proposition to purchase 19,006 acres of land is Minnesota, -which -will be used for colonization TUXfOBUS Segaat Spring salt to order. Fine made trim etc for 15.00. William A. Xlrohberger & Oo 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 May 1904

HEW TO THEE LINE. Vol. X3C CHICAGO, May 14, 1904. No. SO r THE A. M. E. -Is Extremely Boisterous .in its Delifaer- - : v ations. Slshops Grant and Smith Display Their Temper Hot Words Pass Between W. D. CHap- "' pelle &n,d Bishop Smith. "When it was heralded throughout the length and breadth of this broad land that the General Conference of the A. M. E. church would be held in this city. There was great rejoleeing ob the part of those who have" pined their filth, to that church for lo these many years. Its members nanrally thought that the delegates that would be selected to represent them in the -General Conferencewould reflect thevery highest intelligence, capability and moral deportment, but in this respect not only the members of this great church have been sadly disappointed, ttet the people of Chicago as well. Unquestionably there are some able and very brilliant men connected with the Conference, but their conduct is so, unbecoming to gentlemen that it is very har...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 May 1904

rsEs TW"i&r"M ggmjmQ&. iPL' HIS , -, . F T- : -:." ' " J V. s.--. i 'v --.- ft-? - - j i -.- r ,'ts -,, ?E.T S.: 'i. ,-pf THE BROAD AX. pPWfcMWfci ThaSkoatlx! u. : 14 irasJ ma h far aK.rer ; awmipwiiiw. . raaal Msaaaateattaaa -vM tmtn Wrtta easy oa eae aU ef fttyve; Mt fee paU la adTSBM. ' f MB ArcaiaifiiiiMniHnlMlloni TB BROAD AX JOtTBS T. ZAXLOB, Bitter sd?BfeIlsttr. at tte Past Office at Chfcaee, ML, as Sffori cTaw M?Hr. INTERESTING ..COMMTJNICATION IN RELATION "TO THE AMERICAN MUTUAL .PLANTATION COM- . PANY. Chicago, May 12, 1904. Editor of The "Broad AX' Chicago, 111. Dear Sir: Thinking that you and your readers have been, for some time past, interested in the progress of the work on the plantation of the American Mutual Plantation Company, I have thought it due to you and your readers that I should keep, you informed as to that progress. I beKeve that any one who makes an investment in a company is entitled to the very fullest information as to what tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 May 1904

fS : w- Efer6t & f.-TVT GBOUPPllAKOPBiniJNG80PTHH,,aEOHaE "WASHINGTON 'ONIVEESITT." WASHINGTON GOSSIP scar akd hapfbhtngs at ths SATIONAL CAPITOL. PLANS OF THE PRESIDENT Xrw the Chief Executive Tropeies to gpesjd the Summer A Scotch. Gardener Who Dares Defy Congress. Washlngtoa. The "George "Wash- Ingtoa University' te to he the some- tte capltol -where Pennsylvania what cumbersome -title of the iastitu- avenue mas np against the capltol -tioa now known as the Columbian uni- groand presided over by William rersity. which is preparing- far aa en- smith, the superintendent, who Is larged sphere of educational usefulness a j. Under himself, by the purchase of a new site and the . smith is B scotch gardener with a erection of new buildings Is, Washing- pronounced burr, who got his early ton. training in the Kew gardens in London For many years Columbian unlversl- and he has been- In command in his litty has been one of the institutions of tl0 domain for so many years that th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 May 1904

&r-. - .. .,-31 : IS. CTtf-f1 m 1ST r . k-'. 4t,- - 'JX yqQnGsr; "gsr OHIPS. D. Car, Ksgrs lawyer 9 Ifnr Tfe ee etet8d as'islstaat -eetgerattea wusl -rHk stary pt $ 3M per um Cmilno wosSed taller wade slts Ught catered, far $. See tfcea. IS. A. KlroMwrger & G IS So. Clerk Street, Gfeleage. .Rev. W. W. S. Dystt, Denver, Cote, Is t-tttmiHnr tfce General Conference. The Rev. gentlesaaa is stopping at tie torn of Mrs. Rev. Mattie Johnson, 312 Dearbera street. ComgrocnrnwH Wsa " M07, ateeid he re-HoaJaxtea and rejected to Qeressfro the Sta district, for fee tee proren hlsaself worthy of the hoaer reposed ata By ais coBBtitHeats. Btegaat Spriaff salt to order. Fine Bade trim etc for $15.08. William 4. Kirehberger & Go, 189 So. Clark Street, Chicago. ' Lawyer X. C. aad Mr. Barnes, De troit, Michigan, are In the dty visiting their old Meads Mr. and Mrs. jacou L. Parks, 8162 Dearborn street. Mr. Sarnes is also a Lay delegate to the General Conference. Atto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 May 1904

i HEW TO fTHE LINE. T tJL1 ' "Vi. ix CHICAGOl si l 1004, No. :io; If , F-& I Its fcv it" !? i , ie: IP'--t r E. WAIT 1 lllil'l IlLII U. .-.. i -- WII.IT To day of Christian nations, there Is not on earth any less advanced In tree republican "principles and sent!meats of higher civilization than we, the'people of the TJ. S. There Is Ingrained and thoroughly kneaded through the body politic, a deep attachment to old customs and opinions. Why wonder at It? Our course fa morals and politics from 1787 up to 1862 was back into the Dark Ages. Plrcery and slave trading were openly advocated' and every opportunity was held out to laud monopolists and usurers by state and nation. Truly did one of the foremost statesmen of the time In 1813 declare that the whole time of the government was taken up with the Interest of Wall street and ttriff speculators, and not one hour for the people. During and since the war the case has been worse. Public lands equal In area to 8 states like New...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 May 1904

"- " ' ' -' IpgFIPSW s ,' x ' k -. - H " . - V j;' A,- art. tj .&y -. '& - ? ''- Jl-'.-3' Q THE BROAD AX. rtatafi In Jinf1Umfl aaay. Klm t Ihgr.w nn Jfcalmlarla alwfaif rwiOTWWPf aajawaena at tabor. Br awaa m Mtm SB jiO BBS xta la ti far aJLaror BripaakftaenatteS. IBB VBVQ3iBfc YffI YB9MT9 HiaHH&i Write r on aae aide ef lb p9tr. aaajaaaaalakHtABal ama ,, fKfka (e kJVBJ&AB OB0 ZttmT 9tX jfflHMB HMtMWtMf THE BROAD AX S68 JLneese Areas, CTilineo, JDU9S 7. TXTUOB, MttwaadPg Witter. IwtewJ at tie Feet 0ce at Chkas&, aScaaf-c&llattr. SAUERKRAUT EXPERIENCE. Sme SiScslttea SBeoaaterea by Kea "Who Stared or Soldltia Large Qoantitles. farmer who raises cabbage and aaaaafactares sasnrkraut on a large ale was trying-to sell SO barrela of that delicacy to a Front street dealer. Tie dealer, says the Portland Oregonian, did set appear eager to bay. He said he could hardly get rid of so aach saaerkraat before summer, and It was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 May 1904

SFSwnP- W?Jf "HFriW-' -WPpwWPlSpi!fpr ;J -. v S'-J: ivHl ft. mBflri 7i " t SeMMri hhiim m . i Jl GROUP PLAN OFBUHJIiaSOFTHE "GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY." WASH NGTQN GOSSIP SXB AND HAPPENINGS AX THE NATIONAL CAPITOL. PLANS OF THE PRESIDENT Hew the Chief .Executive Proposes to Spend the SummerA Scotch. Gardener "Who Dares Defy Congress. Washington. The "George "Washington University" Is to be the somewhat cumbersome title of the Institution now known as the Colombian university, which is preparing- for an enlarged sphere of educational usefulness by the purchase of a new site and the erection of new bBildlngs In Washington. For many years Columbian university has been one of the Institutions of the national capitaL It has been better known on account of Its school of law than -for any other reason, bat some other of Its departments have been doing memorable things In various lines of scientific research. Tne members of Its faculty are men of national reputation and they have added t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 21 May 1904

BBffjjBWSpPijjyffipttllF !aKTriBWM!BBSreJJ j,! , !y: Mrs Carrie KrtgM, Frteeetea, I, Better of Mra. Her. J. If. XoWMoa, 47S2 Arsww ar. 1 T Tklttag fear Jawghtw tw tor the past . tw weeka. Krs.-Blat w retarn to feer Iea fcoae Mealay awratog. Geaatee aac&Med tafior wate sails, light eeferea, fer J7JW. See tie. Wsa. A. KlrcMwrger & Oe, 189 So. Clark Slraet, CHeago. The foHewiaf: person aare feeea elected as Scare y tae General CobfflHMMtft Jeaa H. CoMett, D. D., BaKIaore, manager of tae book concern. FallaH. T JohBSoa, Fktlaaelp&ia, editor of the Caristiaa Recorder. B. W. LaKptoa, D. D., Greenville, Mlsa, awaftfiial secretary. Joka R. Hawkins, A. M secretary of edocattoa. H, B. Parks. New York'cHy, ralssioaary secretary. W. D. Caepellee. IX D Nashville, Tean, secretary ef tae African Methodist Episcopal" Saaday Scaool saton. Hegaat SprlBg' salt to order. FiHe made trim etc for $15.0. William A. Klrckberger & Ce 1S9 So. Clark Street, Chica...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 May 1904

jHLaL aBaBaw iLaK 1 LaBaYx eaLa 'aBaBaw ABsBamVRiaaH F ASv snicL V Sw k. . aaTlJBaTlaVJBBaBBaTlJBaTlJr H I faaraaWv. TMiTBT .ami T-airBpSljBaTM iTBaTafcBaraair TaffifrTsaw iHi i ElrBi ijay - BarararJaWX. BaYsv9sv9sv9sv9sv9sv9siSfw .jaYJftmBJL BaYsiimvV jMBy Bli Pmih BaySBBefciiaayaBBBBBBBBBBFT . .JJS .aaaBBBBSv. -eaBBaw 1 jBaYsiv9sBawV -"v ? HEW TO THE LINE. Vol. IX CHICAGO, Mm . J 904, IN. 1 The Passing General A. Thd 3road Ax was more powerful than "J-. Bishop's Coppin and Turner. -A review of the passing A. M. E. conference which adjourned last Friday at 7:15 p. &., with the two familiar hymns, "Praise God, From Whom All Blessings Flow,,, and "God he With Us Until We Meet Again," with Bishop Grant in the chair. The nolerable Ignorance of some The tolerable ignorance of. some sea can be overlooked when it is bliss. Bat the boll dog immoral tenacity of a fool. Is beyond all human enduranee. The general cpsfereace of the Ai M. B. church has come and gone; with its histor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 May 1904

aaaaaauBjfjpem9 "-' "mxw1 '-w aaaal ;vjrjy r ' - laaam psf-y- THE BROAD AX. I IIIM II Hi Ml if I .' WW vtommf mi ttmMltmtt ttoMMn trw nn n AsasvosKweaWa mnHBm&AiwiBBih ac iMter.tr oral taa -their tears antiir wwiw w AM JSn8aa ftX IS A SSVIplyfE vMSv yMtWHTaB SB Hnm ko, am wwiimaw sasesjatsanaa Meat to cfmafc Ha own aata. X480Sa WMHHWMMBI VfH I90MT9 ItJltBJSMGfi. Trtta eaJy oa ess ride ef H pagwr. Ob Tear., LOO ArwHriBKirteMfawnteniroWeten, tsareWiM etmwinnltiHIwi to THE BROAD AX JBUUS'r TATLOB, MBer sag gaMirti r. st tic PettOft&e mt GUctn, M m Seeeea-ck Hater. As Artist's Experience. Trying eh ancient armor is sot always as agreeable experiment, jadglag froa the experience of a Franca artist. He sad bought a quaint eld helmet, and pat it ea bis own bead to v Judge the effect. Unfortunately be touched a spring, the riser shut down j saaaeniy, and, being alone la the stadIo,.he coald sot free himself froa the medieval head, covering without help. At last he ra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 May 1904

iiiiiriii! TXX XMUJtLICAarBHA.VaA QOOD MAXThT COMSLYOU. HIS RAPID RISE TO THE TOP JPrem Stenographer to Cabinet Officer la Tern Years Case of a Faithful Gserk InvestigatieB. efMeseley. Washington. That Secretary Cortelyou will make an ideal ohalrman of the republican national committee, just as be has made aa ideal secretary to two presidents aad aa ideal cabinet officer is oae of the things that are set down as certain in Waabiagtoa without the formality of argument The rise of this young man has been told so often that It may seem a Secrete? CortaUou. waste of wordB to say anything about it again, bat there are same featares of his extraordinary career which will bear repititioa now la connection with hia latest assignment to duty, becaase they beer especially on the question of bis his qualification for the position. In the first place Cortelyou is not a novice in politics nor inexperienced in the ways of national committees. The secretary to a preeideatmast, as a matter of cours...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 May 1904

"'' -- & he nsraa The atee geaileseea ef fee efete, delegates to Ok reeeat Geaerai eeaftrawit Caaeago, who were eaagat swiorlerlec wktteJweaH sret. will deahtloda taeer teMe miM: M liteir Ief theme )C these ftwt semen-will pessiWy be, 0ea't do is I de, bat what I test ym. to ee." Dr. a N. QrawHsoa. iassew Negro pvJett. enter, Has been seoined on the "eta- ef the Buxton Gazette, a white aewsBueer of Buxton, la. Utes Anna Brcadnas, a 17-year-old aetetto girL-aae bee appelated valcrtfetorinn of the graduating okss ef tie FkOafteM alga school, PlalaSeW, n. J. Genuine uncalled tailor made suits. light colored, for 7.W See them.Wa. A. Kircaberger & Co., 189 So. Clark. Street, Chicago. Mrs. W. K. Crainpton, 2912 State street, Is a true Irieud ef this paper. Se-alwaya keeps her home looking Beat and clean, and while she does sot-pt ea as much agony as some -folks, nevertheless she refrains from teUing a thousand ilea like some .people is Telatkm to paying ker hon6bv ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 May 1904

?'"' t--;' If- w&& ve9r ra-'ssssr j 1 - - --,i'!The niae gnftMB of ta ekaa, doiogatea to 9m mt General eeafareaea at CHbaae, who wtra eaaaat aaeeelattagwMi wlrwaea ft reptfe, will eowbtlcita &. te-thlsr hoatee liin'M .fer these of tfe-trt aeravsa-wfll pes-' alMy he, !lWt de as I do, hat what I teg jo to do." Br. a N. OmBdfsea, a faaoas Negre pdptterotar, has bees appotatoi aa the staff- af the Baxtos Geaette, a watte aewBpaper of Buxton, la. lilas Aana Broadnaa,- a lTgreiPoM artatts gfc-L-haa 1mm awqUted valedfeteriaa ef the graduating oiaea of the FiainSeM high sohoeL PlalaSeM. V. A Genuine uncalled tailor made suits, light eeiored, for $7.W- gee theaa. Wa. A. Xirsaherger & Co, 189 So. Clark Street, Ottcago. Mrs. W. K. Graaptoa, 2912 State street, Is a true friend ef tils paper. She -always keeps her -home looking &eat and clean, aad -while she does set -pat oa as much agony as some ieiks, aeverthelees ahe retrains from te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 June 1904

-f-W f Y$, .; j3 AT - . V .- -: - fcI' " . -. .f V . Arv' V .1. .;,, . ... EtE'W dCO BEE LINE. ' "3fi CBLlCJ-AwGO, tgiine 49 1904. No. sis HHmmmHMmlr. r ek .mVmw. .1 H m Ik rH. mmK V HHHHLHB tssmmlr SB93vVB&0- mmflm. HflBiaMF "tmmmt mmmmK. . u mmmmm sssmmr Lmr SESBk mtmBtBmBKflsmmlmmr r9sMmsVF mUBH'mmmaP L mammT M ssmmmsW. W. T- - V F- "- - - " v' V. i. i i f , In Si W & ..-J Lf- amf&asblB . RADICAL V ZION CHURCH A06red Orator Bitterly Criticism of Biack :''&m v Avenue Church Washington . Condemmed. .'Vi - '-JSresideBt' Jtoosevelt ;ws attacked -? iidftie doctrines etBeoker Waeblag3tjmB6a8edlB.a lecture, "The Tba-. ' -'Oh8b ef aa Infant 'Race," delivered y lie Rer. "W, fiTMask at the ZUcm -1L ciwxh, Souti Bad, Monday tit Xev. Mr. Mask Is paster of tie X. Zb church of Media, Pa, of the two colored members anac, .rres68t Kooeevett's Bouflcaaea committee In 1999. is a woalaeat 4KBG ).. tiH53fc ,2Bee 'liCdiored orator aad poUticlaa aad &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 June 1904

11 sio ?-, "- ST r nBda"PHJsTsUa pSHBmBJBfcv pTSUSajBlh. IPJkTJ 900VflYfL aYsBW?? ,amWl'kfc. -7 S H HBm .nflBV stbsssbw -' " " V -i V.I y -. ,-" i HEW dro 0?B3E LINE. 4& ::-rfU IX CHlCAGO, fine 4, 1004. 3Vo. 32 MHv BTBVBU 1 BTbTbTBBV A. BTbTbTbTBv UBBBBBBBBpr SaVr 3K2S9SHTTbTbTTBV BTflBTflTBTBTBTBTtLaTBTBTBTBVSW .fiBTeS1SBTBT BSBTBVMf BTbTbTbTBV CSTBTbT BTbTbTbTBBw . -" RADICAL TALK AT ZION CHURCH Stored Orator Bitterly - -j VCi-Jticism of , m -Avenue "33rdniaont, Roosevelt wan attacked sad the doctrines of Booker Washing.tea aseafledMa a lecture, "The TcduJtegB of aa Infant 'Race,' delivered by-iae Yv. W, & Mask at the Zloa . it-at church, -South Bad. Monday Rev. Mr. Mask Is "pastor of the . "Hon ehurch of Media, Pa, 'WAK aae of ike two txAoreA 'aenWit fef Freeideat Roosevelt's aoUScaUea committee la 1900, is a prominent Colored enter aad politician aad pres- ' Meat of tke Mcialey National league, .apolitical organization claiming control of orer 30,09 Negro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 June 1904

Sfr. rs- Ra Mt &&&' " 1 1 .-1 lt3-- &&& m i&t . s THE BROAD AX. a-aw.Jaraafaaaa f M-W-lTu-U-tJXrt HMtMaB rlyiy.lv?IIM' MtjntaUtMtm BT (MOM tM a wr a ?aa2!s,'aaa! currrst teSsA. BM t Clkyec. illlW ...... P.aa AaaWaaaaU rwmwnlmlluiiin t TB BROAD AX JffI0B r. TmOB, Mtte aad fntHifrer. at Ac Feet OBfae aft Chk&n. mtMfiWHiirlmWiHtr Ah. Artie? Sxerfamce. Trying aa amoleat armor fa not always an agreeable experiment, Judging 'from tie experteeee of a Irenes artfat. He had bought a. quaint eld helmet, aid put it oa his own bead to Judge the effeet. Unfortunately he teamed a sprfag, the vfaor shut down suddenly, sad, being atoae -In the stadie, "he could sot .free himself from the medieval head covering without help. At last he raa Into the street, -where his appearance -created considerable uoemont till a charitable passerby to set him free. Hoar Glass. THEY 00U1DMT BJ&TTBrS. Im Is' a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 June 1904

fV di ei UHfULOWBUI 90B lUXtiXCPmsXLYQV. HIS RAPID RISE TO.THE TOP tram Stoaefp-aer to Cabinet nWcnr to Tern. Yeanr-Oas a of &-Faithful CSlik lKT8eOfati. efMaeeley. WaaWBgte--Tset Secretary Cortelyoa -will mfc aa ideal chairman of the pmuucas aaueaaj committee, Just as be has made as ISeel secretary to twopresideBtsaBd an ideal cabinet officer is one of tie things that an set down, as certaia la Waah4agtea wilhouttheformeUtyof argumest Therlse of this young man- has beea told seeftea Sasretur Cerieireu. that it may seem a waste of word to Bay anything aboat It again, tat there are some leatares of his exbsordiaary saner tUA trill bear repKlttoa bow ta eesaeottoa with his latest wegameiat to duty, because they bear especially ea the question of his hlifwlHIeatloaieftttepoaftfcat. lathe first piaee Oortetoou is set a sovice la paMtJes sor iBeceerieaeed. in the ways l of national committees. The. secretary toaprsMdeatauaasamatte? of coarse, cose ceejtaatly la coatactwith ev...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 4 June 1904

.! Ts- T: yj p 3--r? - u B"fIVs: . . Ji6C? ?l&r 5 I?? .-. The oelQMivT. K. C. A. of BUM lmeleeetlirftowfcotoee: Pro4MW Im. X. Tmic. ocMdM(itt; the Ber. J. X. iflpc tlee peoaMoat; It M. Loaea, giwlwry? W. TT. Taylor, wart- ary. T ' Little WW KtexMtoK, who traiaa wiek le -PWy 3J Ward, aad stMcWi W. W. Jekanea, . of the moot aeowJeaa Iters ia tkte dty aad so itrltetes foiled to com p wfck tke a doMars'wyok we let Mm .kave at of w jacket. -W. H, Clerk, who "has teea eoaaected wkh the oerperaema eeeaeera ofiee lor' the poet etc or sere years, Imb, ky kis aoaMeonahj ooadaet woa ike Mgaesteom ef'U these wko have Bsnlnmm to traaoaet Sa tkat departMrs. (Sara B. Bowles, 4796 Dear- horn street who wKk ar haseaaai a'teefe Blee JKwe, Is sakteg ektb- rate preparatieos to take la tke aigkts e tie World's Fair at St. Loata tke latter part of Jaae. flew trimming Ja a avoid which it of poached veivet weta satta rlfcraa tkreagk tke opiahuay - Brealsg aawas do sot have tke laee fattfag far ...

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