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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 June 1904

-YS V- . ECE-W TO THE LINE. Vol. IX c)n ICAGO, JTrine 11, 1904. 3Vo. S3 D aBBBBBt BBBBBBBBr abbbbI rBBBBBVx bbbbbb. W&iaBBBBBar BBBBamBHBBBBBmEBBBBV (bbbbw ffW vaa?y A. bbbbbbWn. "RACE PREJUDICE GREATEST CAUSE." ZReNOlntiotXH of -Ajtlantn. Conference on OVegrro Crime So Iecli -Work Sa.vs North-ra Negro Less Crtmioal hnn, Southern 'M.r. Sanborn 'and Others Spliak. The -Ninth Annual Conference to study the Negro Problems convened at the 'Atlanta University, Atlanta, Ga, recently. Three sessions were held, morning, afternoon and evening. The subject for study this year was "Crime Among Negroes in Georgia." The morning session was preliminary and was largely for the benefit of young men and women. The .afternoon session was the annual Mothers' Meeting. The principal of Storr's school, Miss J. T. Cutler, read an interesting paper on "Wayward Children,' and told of the Negro public schools, their over-crowded condition and of the 1.000 Negro children roaming the streets becaus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 June 1904

mwmm 1 -- -a K t t' THE BROAD AX. TUBUSES X. M M r y -n iniKirfM m wvwn yg in mdBrt ai rt m Maes arefcnld b traa nlirtm of Tilnr in elaa umum . TbsBrasdAxte a wawmHaaM liliWnnuta teead oaestfb te aB,rsr rtitmtng todttertU teed nmninmlwilom W roHr rttwWoa. Obo Year. SB tttMtMHIHtlH IbW Addrwi atTermnrnnlemMoB to THE. BROAD AX em JLXwmeJL.TmB,CfoMgo. juuua r. xTiK,stsrsadPBbitafer. . lefefel at tie Pact Office at Cyage, 9 M aj fitmmi cT IffiHc r. ajsasaaaaaa aaas aa Hungarians Getting Wise. k. nxrlnc to tlaA mnnnmiis mMi if m- X bezzlemeat which bare taken place re cently In Hungarian banks, and -which nearly all "were traced to losses on the 1 Tace track, the Hungarian Agrarian r Banking company has issued an order forbidding all its employes to attend horse races under penalty of Instant dismissal. The government-is said to be considering the advisability of issuing the same order to employes of all gov ernment institutions. Detroit Free Press. Cheart XTp a-Tfeatr SBectricIty Is not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 June 1904

Ilraniffi XJTTEX ST02TJN QATSX&XD AT THE HATIOXAI, CAPITOL. OBJECTS TO THE CARTOONS Secretary Shaw Thinks Pinny Men'a Pictures Breed Anarchy Senator Hoar the Fries of Prists Other Capitol Gossip Wasningtoa. Keeollections of the! extremes to which some of the eartooalsts of the country -went during the last presidential campaign has brought a protest from Secretary Shaw against the Bse of -what he calls "anarchy breeding pictures" in the coming campaign. He believes that these pictures, where they go to ex Secretary Shaw. tremes, as many of them do.arebutfoodfortheflrebrand, and insists that some means should be found for stopping their publication. "These pictures often cany a Joke too far," he says and to illustrate his point he tells a little story of an instance whbih happened in Iowa when be was a boy: "There was an old judge on the beach in my town who was something of a humorist in his way. One day he heard a case in which a new attorney appeared for the defendant....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 June 1904

. ' " M k, "'.!, WjiStf Mis. J. H. H3I, of the School oC Doacetic art aed Science, wOl address the PhyWs Wjieatley , Ck Wednesday afcenweafriiie t& at 2 o'clock at the resMfeace el Mrs. McLiss Lee, 365 Wa bash avenue. The abhc s tavtted. The fe&K el Staatos, Vsu, adeavors to take The Broad Ax lo task in Us Jast ieeee bfcaaee it wiH jt fall down 'and wersbip at the golden feet of Brooker T. WaebJngten, bat ks criticism of this paper is se bungled as that it is aot worth repredacig ia these criuaras. Mrs. Hatfic Smkh, 3011 Dearborn street, hat Friday, Jane 3d, secured a divorce from her late hasband, Samuel Smith, os the ground of- desertioB. Jadge Tathlll decided that Mr. Smith was tmafek to maintain his wife, and three or foar other ladies ia first-class style, so he granted "Mrs. Smith her decree, -who was represented by CoL Robert M. Mitchell Frank W. King who was for sometime connected with Wra. M. Porter in. the undertaking business at 309 State street, i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 June 1904

gggggggggggggggggggggggS- gggggkl BBB . ggggagggggg ggs 1 gggggA SggggggggggggglP . rHI49mplHH& AHI .gggggggggteV ; HEW TO THE LENE. vol. xs: CHICxVGO, -Juno l. 1004. No 34 : The Democratic State Convention of Illinois Controlled by John P. Hopkins Ex-Judfe William Prentiss and Mayo r Wm. C. Crollus Withdrew as Candidates for Governor. The Delegates to the 8t Louis Convention are Instructed to Vote for Wm. R. Hearst for President of the United States. Tuesday, Jane 14th, at 12 o'clock, the machinery of the Democratic State Convention of Illinois was pat In motion by John P. Hopkins, Chairman of the State Committee, who In a Tory few words Introduced Hon. Frank J. Qalnn of Peoria as the temporary Chairman, of the Convention. Later on he became Its permanent Chairman and then the fan and the tumult began. In Teal earnest bat by Yigiously pounding the desk or stand with his huge square mallet, the Convention was able to proceed with Its "deliberations In the mldts of much, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 June 1904

iXl ,.,. THE BROAD AX. mM iiiiniiiilJiUiflnlitillMniniiiiTiiiTllljijtLiii MlMMMe(BMaarMr.kOMbeHea.SMtMaBt, Mm, 3aS4l, ranm, Steele Taxare, BepaW iijmr.iraM ef Tilinr.ar oayosft sjm saBbaT sear sar.aekncaa feetr lanrnt g tt pregar aad kread en iwghtef d,rK riilmlng tbaedKartal 4ffetteiifeAhannifavl. Xaaal tommrieiMom fH rweelT ,HenMou. flatieriplioni aw be frid ia 3tbo. iTecf. t wMttMWimlmlt AAvfvCS Mi OsjEBBSSBMLHSstBS v9 THK- BROAD AX jmtlUB T. TATIXHt,SteBdPafeHfc. 9 at the Pert Office at Glcsat, &, as Stek I&altee. HaagariaBS Getting Wise. Owing to the numerous cases of emhessie&eat which hare taken place recently in Hungarian banks, and which Marly aH were traced to losses on the race track, the Hungarian Agrarian Banking company has issued an order forbidding all Its employes to attend I terse races under penalty of instant dls- salssaL The government Is said to be considering the advisability of issuing the same order to employes of aH gover...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 June 1904

HIM IETTEB jJTTXIi STOETJW GATHERED AT THE yTATlQjrXL OASTTOL. OBJECTS TO THE CARTOONS Secretary Shaw Thinks Penny Ken's pictures Breed Anarchy Senator Hoar tie Friend ef PrintersOther Capitol Gossip. Washingtoa.-Reaellectlons of the extremes to 'which some of the cartoonists of the country went duriag the last presidential campaign has brought a protest from Secretary Shaw against the use of what he calls "anarchy breeding pictures" In .the coming campaign. He believes that these pictures. where they go to extremes, as many Secretary Ebaw. of them do.arebatfoodfortheflrebrand, and insists that some means should be found for stopping thelrpuhlication. "These pictures often carry a Joke too far." he says and to illustrate his point he tens a little story of an Instance which happened in Iowa when he was a boy: "There was an old Judge on the bench in ay town who was something j of a humorist in. his way. One day he , heard a case la which a new attorney ! appeared for' the defendant. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 June 1904

fV CHIPS, Mrs. Mary C, Terrett left far os. Jaae 1. Site ltt go to Beriw, fcre sea aas eea tavite to address the feteraatieaal Ceagrees of Woaea ob "3 Trogrees of the Colored Weste la tie UaHed States." Jaates J. 4fcay wao served asJ aa laaecaMe aeaber of tie Board Assessor of Coek Ceaaty for tha past -six years, Sfeoald witfcoat fall fee reBeariaetea for the sasae positloa fey tie Ceaaty Coaveatiea, Jaae 3ta. Oar town Is capck fall of big Negro poUticiaHB os all over the coantry, thto -week. Watch: aad see if they aes'taekave better thaa the preachers &i, dariag the A- M. E. coavefitlon season. t CoL Kofeert K. Barke wUl eat chicKea for his- Saaaay dlaaer after attending the derby ia bis red wheeled baggy, for be raa all over his political friend aad neighbor,, la ' the Democratic State convention at Springfield the honorable Carter H. Harrison. Coroaer Joaa B. Traeger will withoat the slightest doabt be renomlnat ed by the Coaaty "Convention. For he has been, tee best ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 June 1904

HEW TO THE LINE. Vol. IX CHICAGO, .tome 25, 1904. IV o. 35 Mayor Harrison Ran the Cook County Convention. JOHN P. HOPKINS AND OTHER LEADERS PASSED THE GLAD HAND. Peace and Harmony Prevails in the Ranks of the Democratic Party. The Democracy of Cook County held Its county counvention last Monday morning In the North. Side Turner hall and after a few preliminaries the old machine, -which, was from beginning to end, controlled by Mayor Carter H. Harison, was oiled up and it did not even receive one Jolt during the convention, which proves that In Cook County, at least, the man of (Destiny) dominates the political affairs of the Democratic- party In this county, but whenrer"ieatteapta to fiopbis reform wings and fly to all parts of Illinois they are always clipped by John P. Hopkins. Alderman Ths. Carey served as the temporary and permanent chairman, Edward M. Lahiff acted as temporary and permanent secretary. No fight was made against their selection nor on the proceedings of the conve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 June 1904

raasTI:. Am THE BROAD AX. k - AWMMA .1.. M.TI 1l. nteacec ifesir Ia-s tt proper s risaxaa. TfeaScesd Axis awtygyr'rtMertiUtfaMto bread eaeatja ter a. ra riilmlng feeattarfal ttoipe2tioraalo4. 9 Xjeal inibiiiiiiTilmWfmT w TacJT llentlnrf Urrttad7nceaaiieeftfeaper. gatartfttas But to pM la agwee. Ob Ter-............. ... Xdieittitea;titteBatoimeBppHgit1oii AtwJTigi 1, ynlriHntma TB BROAD AS see AxmBBTlytma,bieto. JUL1UB T. TiXLOB, Sditar aadFabUiber.. Batotdai 1fce Pit Office at Cafcag BUM$KfcksfKMtrt ? m tHE TOILET YAM. tftrtk"1"! of TTtility and OrnasisnttS"ew " "Pound la My lady's Collection. Tavist puts for tie bath lura leaped from aa ordinary-sized puff tkat a cattd. could manipulate to a pujK tke Else of a man's head. "With one dab of tMs pull one can powder naif tie body and another dab will complete the task of powdering the whole, says the Washington Star. These pelts are of soft, white elderdown, like their little predecessors, and are "finished at the bottom with chirred s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 June 1904

B5V- - MM m wj,, HVMHHlHm BiauiiyatfiiaiMMai rm Tf.sgw1' FIGHT AT ILL BOH FALL AXJCT XAWETJTHtg to OCGUS OH OLD BATTLE COtOUHD. OLD SOLDIERS TO ATTEND Hundred of Them Will So Present as Critics lor Ike Xegular and Su.tianal Gaard forces Other Washington Gossip. Washington. Washington, and for that matter the soldiers of the entire country, are taking more thftn R pagg. Ing Interest in the coming battle maneuvers scheduled to take place on the historic Ball Raa battlefield this coming autumn. For this series of maneuvers troops will be drawn not only from the regular army.at the eastern posts, hat from, the national guard of the eastern and New England states to the number of about 25,000 men, and they will "be under the direct command of MaJ. Gen. Henry C !orbIn, commanding the department of the east with headquarters at New York. Of this force some 18,J&0 will be militiamen, and regular army officers,, especially those assigned to general staff duty, are anticipating a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 June 1904

TiintnFirirt rooms to rest to married couples or stagie geaUeaea at 6113 Dearborn street, 3d laL The Phyla Wealthy Woman's Ctab.'gave a very sacceesfal Japanese Party last Thursday alght at the home 1 of lira. Duke McBwea, 48 Dearbora street.. The house was crowded from top to the bottom -with the many well wishers of the dab, aad a handsome 'ram was realized- for it from the of Japanese draameata. . .Mise Ireae McCoy, the bright little daughter of Mrs. McCoy, 4813 Dearbora street, recites ever so lovely, and her servieea are in great demand by a&any of the wealthy white ladles who give high class musicals and literary entertainments in their elegant homes. Miss Irsae is only 13 years old aad she is oae of the brightest Afro- Americas girls la Chicago. Satarday evening, July 2, a grand trolley party will be given by Englewood Lodge rio. 4230 O. U. O. O. F to Calaraet Grove. The first train will leave South Park avenue and 63rd street at 7:3d p. hl, the ast train at 9:09 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 July 1904

r -I- f Vol. IX CHICAGO,!July S, 1904. IVo. 36 W i HEW TO TEEE LINE. ' ' " '"' f The Republican Platform and e Afro-American. Hon. Harry S. Cummings Missed The Golden Opportunity To Immortalize Himself. The Afro-American Republicans were numerous and" very conspicuous in and around the Coliseum during the sessions of the late Republican Xa$onal Convention. It is true the cold-blooded managers of the convention allowed many of them to serve as figure beads on some of the committees. They also permitted one Afro-American to second the nomination of President BooseXegro troops 3 at Jl Carney, ana who has succeeded in robbing those same Negro troops of all their military glory and honor and appropriating it unto himself, but when it came down to importuning the lead--ers and managers of the G. 0. P. to setforth in the platform a bold and uncompromising declaration in favor of the restoration of the civil and the political rights to the Segro in the South those Afro-American delegates wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 July 1904

' o rs THE BROAD AX. YUBUBXBB TW i ilrntn nnil nf iH MmfiiTiTitinlflltiri tm' BrtapfaatPeBioermar.bBtOfaeBw.rirteat, J FxteMcla te.ja4eta,rrawr.Bim Bwa, BnB- - s- a Uber.er sayoe ! caskcr ifeMr o less aa star xani b jh uj aaw TSBsea. 2Bea4AxU aewsptparwte pUWona to bread eases er B. wer ritlHffiig to tdttertsl Laeal in nlmttnni fH reMtv tftenMoa. Write eelyeBeaealdoeftba paper. , BrtwaripMoniBSat ba prfdin adnsce. One Tear.................... tj-8a ........... AOTertictBC AMrosaHi rates sudekseva en $pUeeileB. to THE- BROAD AX ' ENS. Arfioar.l.TesBe,Cfelao. JOLIPST TA.YIOB,BaRerad&ifcHber. 'Eaterrf at tie Pert Office at Chkag, 0 I&tasSecead-dafisSItttc& ffoR THE TOILET TABLE. alxtkles of "Utility and OmamentSow Posad in JCy Iady's Collection. 'Powder puffs for the bath haTe leaped from an ordinary-sized puff tnat a cMld could manipulate)' to a putt the Else of a man's Bead. With one dab of this puff one can powder half the body and another dab wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 July 1904

.- flTIJfU,H nit ashy KAmixmaus to ocCSOLDBACLE GSGUSTD. 0LD SOLDIERS-' TO ATTEND $ . ggiareds of Them'WHl 3e IPresent ,5 critics for the Xegniar and National .Guard forces Other Washington. Gossip. ashinston. 'WashlaEton, and for jUt matter the soldiers of the entire gantry, are taking more than a pass- .. intpreet In the comin? fcatHo . r it -- -. a--Mtt-erS scueuuicu tu lsjlB iuim An tv. historic Ball Run battlefield this comjag autumn. For this series, of maneuvers troop Till be drawn not only from the regular army at the eastern posts, bat from Ox national guard of the. eastern and jfew England states to the number ol iboot 25,000 men. and they -will be tinker tie direst command of Maj. Gen. genry C Corbin, commanding the deputffleiit of the east with headquarters it New York. Of this force some 18,000 will be militiamen, and regular -amy officers, especially those assigned to general staff duty, are anticipating golden opportunity of studying the soldiers of the guard of the v...

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

JW- 9 Ta choral atady recHal at tie IhstitatiOBal efearch Monday eveaiag was a social aad aaaacial success. Tke chores -work was -well done. Miss Saacae Wright, eototet, was at a great disedavaaiage because of a severe coM, aeTertaeless she showed wondSrfal training oi -voice -aad her ability to commit to memory seek difficult amsic is remarsable. ar. -pranK u. Waring's artiealatkm is all right, bat he ism'C the soagster he seed to be away sack la the 9:s. Former Preskleat Grover Cleveland, aadCoL WlIHam J. Bryan, Judge AKsa B, Parker, Congressman WilBaa Raadolpa Hearst, Cong. WllHayer George B. MdeUaa, of New York City, are being boosed ia coaaeotSss with tae noalaatioa for Presldeat of tae United States aad the oaaases are one of this number will le selected to head the ticket by the Democratic National Convenion -which coaveaes la St Loals, Mo Wednes day July, 6th. The false prophets, by getting up learaed essays op. what has happened ia the past, have changed religion lato flota...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 July 1904

J3 HX2W TO THE JUNE. Vol- I3C CHICAGO. 3xy O. lOO-l. IV o. JiT HB AFRO-AMERICAN - - f And His Various Expensive Secret Societies. The Southern Negro's love of pomp and circumstance is nowhere exemplified more forcibly than It the manner in "which he multiplies his charitable organizations, writes a resident of Charleston. Inordinately fond of company, he has few societies founded with, the sole view of promoting social enjoyment. For the most part, whatever foundations he makes have a semi-religious trend, the dues entitle members to sick benefits end funeral expenses. There is usually an elaborate regalia and an intricate ritual. Not a few Negroes of a South, em city, such as Charleston, belong to no less than a score of these orders, the names of which are oftentimes curiously and wonderfully made. What, for instance, would the ordinary patron of secret organizations think of possessing membership in '"The Sobs -sand Daughters .of the, ""Seven Yroiaen. ' CanoacSinnai ity," or in "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 July 1904

?g& s t m i M 5 THE BROAD AX. sSasssassaaaiaasaaaasWasaalSss VQ BOiiB win ytew.ninalB Txui,SepabUHteteauMUvaatbatr taacsiff i jesparaad .TV Tha Broad Arte UfwttritaN liliUnmifa feres seeehfer H, rar oHJalss JKartal tight to tpoakaigwnariad. a teosl KWHuiiwIwiUmf vfS raettra WMteoaij9r-OBtMaoisfeapgr. Clji,LlliMuuninubpatBaTa. V fmwiimnm ............ t80 lllWfW lArwtotoartWHiti1iVTVTHiooytfteaeB ASSrws If ncimmwnlMMfflii to T8 BROAO AX rATesu.Cfekaea. JOTXCfST.TA3niOB,BteedPaaHli. sfetnwdf at tie Part Office at C&k&gSk 9 iff j 1 1 TI nmml rTi 11 Walter . FOR THE TOILET TABLE. Axttclt t e Utility aad Ornam&ifSartr round in 3Cy Lady's Collection. Powder pafia for the bath have Jeaped from an ordinary-sized puff that a cMld amid manipulate to a .puff tke size of a nan's head. With one dab of this puff one can powder half the body and another dab will complete the task of powdering the whole, says the Washington Star. These puffs are of sof...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 July 1904

ONLY WOMEM UVE TJJERE. jjaknown Island is th Caribbean Sea Sdd to Be Peopled by the Pair Sex. An AdBTnlfiW Eden, is said to exist jomewbere in the Caribbean see, bat test where It is located bo one Is ahla to telL There is as old legend in theL6 ffest ladles which has bees handed down from the una of Columbus to toe effect that somewhere among the numerous cayes of the Caribbean sea there exists an Island inhabited only by Tomen, The aboriginal Carlbs and Ararwaks foond it Inconvenient to hare women around In times of -war. Usually when the enemy conquered a. namber of the tribe's fairest maiden -were carried off. go goes the story. The deplorable possibility of losing ail the women of the tribe was averted, towever, by the prompt action of the chiefs, who ordered all of the remaining female element to this unknown Islind In the Caribbean. According to the legend the place Is copiously watered by Ideal streams, overshadowed by breadfruit, mango, plantain and all the necessaries to l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 July 1904

6 SSI Cat B. F. Voseley, who is saMas lots of oaey from the practice ot law and -who recently baHt and moved late Mb elegaat aew hone oa Soata Morgan St, eays that despite the fact tharTae-Broad Ax heated aim ap, and ceased Mm to beceae 'mighty hot la the ooHar, -while fee was fooling with the Bev. Abraham Lincoln Murray, a UtUo over 'oae year ago. that it la oae of the best race papers in existence. J. M. Higginbothan, the most sacceseful -and enterprising Afro-Ameri-caa coatracW in this city. Is at the present time iagaged ia erecting a large foar.tory brick building at 5949 S. Hasted St, and also oae In ABstte. At this season of the year Mr. "Higginbothan is working between twenty and thirty men, which show that he knows how to figure and compete with the leading white contractors. Alderman John H. -Jones has again prevea his friendship for worthy Afro- , Americans by performing a coble act Taesday for one of its members. Alderman Jones is one of the most popular and -valuable me...

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