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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 16 July 1904

wwvmnmm . HEW TO THC3E3 LIISTE. Vou xs: CHICAGO. 16, 1904. o. 3 1 JOHN SHARP -JWiD RICHMOND P. HOBSON Vent their Spleen Against the Negro in the St. Louis Convention. judge Aiton B. Parker and Ex. Senator Henry G. Davis Nominated for President and Vice-President. The Democratic National Conven tion convened In St. Louis from Wed nesday July 6th, to Sunday morning, July 10th. In many respects it was the most peculiar convention ever held by any political party in this country. The radicals or the adherents of CoL William J. Bryan, who nave controlled the national machinery of the party for the past eight years were completely, overwhelmed by what is called the conservative el ement or the reoxganlsers who are sow in absolute control of the nation al orgwnig.ttoR. -- Consequently, they dictated the con. Etruction of the platform and engin eered the nomination of Judge Alton B. Parker of New York, for President, and ex-United States Senator Henry G. Davis of West Virginia for Vice Pres...

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 July 1904

-vs ? X m -' - THE BROAD AX. TOSOSSX) W&tHLCT. WproiMilgtaBatM teat s&aMtfea was riaMirfefcBmeerMr.tCtiHei,PTtftMttatl frteati. teflAeto. Tagiaeta. Btagto Ibct, BrpabH rnra. TrnirTttt of Labor, or sres lce oanBare . MfH7,ulffifu tbetr Usce 1 proper md rwpeectfcili&toAxed. The Bread AxU a amjwwrtai pll broad eatmch ter aH, rer claiming tfe eaKorlsa right to epeailU own alad. local i-in"imiftM wiH reoelTB attasMoa. "Write oaljoo dee aid of tfea paper. BsieerfjUaBnibepaMlnalTnee. OuTee... tUXjOttiBli mo AaTcraateg rates aadetaown en gpHrtan. Addrcas all eomagnlraHnnf to THE BROAD AX 60(0 Armoar Aresa, Ghteaco. JULIUS 7. TA7L0E, Editor aaPnUll)er, sak Efikred at tie Post Office at Chicago $ DUajSecood-daaHiikt. Invasion of China. Here 1b a Woo-Sung milk "ad" from the Shanghai Times: "We open at Woo-Sung In the sowth of the telegraph company for sale the foreign milk, the taste are sweet, the milk are pure and the price are just We haven't put any "water in It, If examine out...

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 July 1904

ii . I f rin Trt K M as BETH BTJSLOOE, OS DEADWOOD THE PSBSIDECTfS FSIEHD. ' A STRENUOUS WESTERNER Typical of a Claw "That Eoosevelt IJkes The Sew Western Cab inet Officers Strenuosity Seems to Be the Thing. Washington. "While the fanny men of the newspapers say go to extremes la caricaturing the strenuosity of President Roose velt, there can be no doubt of his "strenaosity." He simply has to "do things." He is not of the kind that can be -waited up oa effectively. It Is this desire to move that caased him to like the west, where Insistently Shouted his strenuosity far Teddy. xuHua. .juii sway. It is the same characteristic that caused him to make of western men his closest friends, and for the west erners to take to fcfm No incident of the Chicago conven tion was more greatly enjoyed by the president than one In which one of these western friends played a promi nent part. The friend in question was Seth Bullock. He was a deleeate tJ SHOOT 0"jf the convention from the northwest, In ...

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 July 1904

yu. s f' - .- The WvwwenU f he Afr-Amecloan Walters f Chtoatfe. By L. W. Wasfctegfea. Mr. Ernest Siapsea is holding he peeKtoa of second waXer at the Hyde Park- Hotel, as te highly respected by the headwaiter who Ss (white) and crew. He Is capablS of a better posi tkm, and is worthy of higher oooeWer atton. Maay -of the hoys were the recip ients of InvatatiOBS to the wedding of Mr. Job, which occurred, Tuesday July 12th, at his residence, 5141 Lake ave. Mr. Job is at present employed at the Hyde Park Hotel, - and had opened a Hyde Park Industrial school for the waiters. Mr. "W. C Clayton on the account of the proffllaentcy of his position as j Gen. Organiser of the Hyde Park dis trict, Is how conducting The "Waiters Head-quarters of Hyde Park. Men with their families visit his place every Wednesday evening. The writer met In the Hyde Park district Tiie writer of "Along the Line" of the Conservetor, and had & very pleasant chat about the Chi cago waiter, and the benefits he de ri...

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 July 1904

fc. . s wSHSi ffBBBBal SBBBasaw aaMnBHaaSsae SMritfBBBSBP. aSfiSOES" aSSr f k I V I r Vlw BBBBBBJ fjSaaSmeK. aiSsHajSBBB (aaaaaaaK? wmm- -seMf Br m l 1t """ HlHHHII'vflBvs Mm? MaRi-ypBBfcJpBI i:J!--1JIH'm flaaaaaews M"MMM a J s 'sseS' aaaaaaaaBaass haae? LiJ . Vol. 13C BookerT.Washington OPPOSED TO MIXED SCHOOLS. "By a groat price obtained I this freedom," said the Centurion, and so says tevery Negro man today, whether son of the bond woman or of the free respecting the' right of suffrage.equal- ity befor the law, the privilege of like enjoyment in our common school sys- tern, and all the rights and privileges ... - , , -in,,, and immunities of American citizens. Do we overstate the case when we say that the one man who is doing most to barter away those rights and put them in the most difficult place for recovery is Mr. Booker Washing ton? Rightly does he now call himself Taliafero, for In keeping with the - derivation of the word, he Is bodly bearing away such things as will take ...

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 July 1904

; THE BROAD AX. FSBUKE) WJUUUiT. fSet.lsJel, Farmers. sgte Teri,BepohH nriim. mights of lAfeer.er saqreaB ! eaa&sre tfcetrsar.coleB?u tfeeir hngniig ttpropsaad uniBiiiHtill'tynaxaa. Tbe Bread Ax it s Bernpspct-trbaM pUBeral fcstd escnwilfor H,Ter rislroinc the wMterfeJ rtebttetpetJc Its enrs sated. , Xieaai. faTBTTTWitnttoBa wfll necjr atttntloa. Write es7.B&eel44 of tfe paper. SataolpttoBt mas be:pal4 la Bdrsacs. Addrets aH camsaBaiei4Gn to THE BROAD AX G840 Armour Areas, Ghlesgo. ' JUKTOB F. TAT&08, Editor cad Pobutber. Estered at t&e Port Office at Chicago, j$ QU is Secoad-daa Matter. Invasion of China. Here is a Woo-Bang milk "ad" from the Shanghai TImee: "We open at WoorSans in the south of the telegraph company for sale the foreign milk, the taste are sweet, the milk aie pure- and the price are Ja6t We havan't pat any water in It, if examine out. won't pay a single cash. IT you want to buy so you will know the foreign cows shop. Gen. SungXee." Wouldn't that cur...

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 July 1904

fc"' Bfe. hJf i 'HI fc? IV .: fF R E?-" r- .j.. K:- tA- n k. v V ft MM FOB TEDDY CXTH BULLOCK, OF DEADWOOD, THE "PRESIDENT'S CTlTffiTO. A -STRENUOUS WESTERNER Eypical of a Class That Roosevelt - JiXkea The 3Tew Western Cab . inet Officers Strenuosity Seems to Be the Thing. Washington. "While the fanny men of the newspapers may go to extremes in caricaturing the strenuosity of President Roose velt, there can be no doubt of his "strenuosity." He simply has to "do things." He is not of the kind that can be waited up on effectively. It Is this desire to move that caused him to like the west, where his strenuosity Insistently Shouted - tor Teddy. found full sway. It is the same characteristic that caused him to make of western men his closest friends, and for the west erners to take to him. No incident of the Chicago conven tion was more greatly enjoyed by the president than one in which one of these western friends played a promi nent part. The friend in question was Seth Bullock. He wa...

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 July 1904

w Li-,-- m .-. Mrslia . Weals Banett Ss spead Jag tie swaner Is Gtescoe, M. Mrs. Cora. Thbot, 3 27th street, left fer St. Leak, Mo-Taesday -where she - speed, the next twa weeks la vtefttegwith friends. Mrs. Stewart D.-Fowler, S119 Grovel av, Braseated, her husband with a fine aaay hoy last weeK. weighing 3& lbs. Mrs. Fowler aad her first calk are 'ge&iag aleaff alcely. Mies Rose Marshy of Baltimore, m. is atteadiag tae Chicago Dal- ' irersKy. While .here she will stop "with her stater, Mrs. Noah D. Thomp- No. 6652 Champlain are. It will do yoa good to "rislt the neighborhood of the Chicago' Univer sity and see the Urge number of our Taoe attending the "Summer School" there. The .picnic given for the benfit of St. Thomas Episcopal Church at .llasae's Grove Monday evening was a financial success, judging from the large crowd which attended. Mrs. Frank Armstrong, 227 26th street. Is among the fashionable dressmakers of this city, and In spite of the dall season she Is Kept bus...

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 July 1904

" JT "-'-" t "V -V ' v. t: i , - . V ."Vol. XXI 061 Roosevelt and c V it?he Negro Soldier. - .excerjpt of His Article ": Niiinberj i89, Scribners Magazine, Pages 435 'and 436. No Negro Competent to Jte an Officer. ' Ills really sarprislHg and astonish "ing to leara now many colored people "there are scattered.all over this oous. try who claim to be educated aad wj-to-date or posted on current events, who have sever perused CoL Theo dore Roosevelt's iaagazine article In which he wantonly slanders the brav ery aad the gallantry of the Negro soldier. There Is also a Tast number of colored people who are such abject slaves to' the Republican party, and are so fall of political prejudice that it 1s Indeed hard for them to realize, or even to admit that the Rough Rid tag President, could so far forget hls early Christian training as to write one line or word derogatory to the colored troops who fought so herolc ly at San Joan. Hill and 1 Carney. Bat if those who entertain the idea that Co...

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 July 1904

vr- "c I - ES. THE BROAD AX. at aH tae.l4 tea rmn.rrtJlir- Later, aajreea ) enksra r.oteBM UtesT uagmga preytrsaa Tbe Bread Axte a bW"SS( bread aseanfer a, atw etetals teM dMteieakMeKaate4. T mil aBmB&!ffKftiAfl llR 2AUJ1 " Write eaiy on ma aide at tfe paper. SefeeeripUoss seat be paM ta adrasee. Oa Tear... BttHmrtftt... .... .. U0 Ad rataasaadalsewB eaaMiteaHaB. Address uuiiiiiHinlfflWrrmf TBS BROAD AX 8MB Abbott A.eiim,Cfeteago. JULIUS T. TATLQB,EdttarasdPBUfebr. at the Port Ofikx at CbJcafe, $ BL, as SecaaoMm Matter. """""s"- - - fc&isTemaIpraiT. Prat loeb, In Berlin, 1b experisaeattnf; with rattlesnake venom as a care for leprosy, and he thinks be has bit upon the specific for one of the most loath some diseases that human flesh Is heir to. Slwuld he sueceed in demonstrating Jbat the snake poison trill care this plague, rattlesnakes would at- once be come commercially valuable. The mar let value of the poison Is about $15 per dram. Prof. Loeb get his rattlesnake venom fr...

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 July 1904

& HOW SHOPPERS ARE SOLD. Instead of Getting Wonderful Bar gains They Very Of tea Merely Say Inferior Goods. Y&ry few -women know that -when they think they hare ran across von derful bargains In some of the shops, when, In fact, they know they are setting certain articles cheaper than Hsual, becaase they remember the price paid, apparently, for the samp thing at other times, they are really DarlHK all that the coods are worth. fn tKa saint ml a wMeAn ! V VwwU aw uiw -eisw avcwu, ujai, iuo ua k fafc fca lot Is what manufacturers call "sec onds.' To all appearances the sec onds look Just the same as the Orig inal lot. If they happen to be un derwear, gowns or hosiery the mate rial, manufacture and style seem ex- cellest, bat the ssaBsfaetarer and the Ywvaz Vftrrar tfeot f-Vtav .r. mnilA Aaf nf buyer know that they are made oat of the second choke of material, and can not "be considered first lass. They are originally cheaper than goods that were bought tret, and can be sold at...

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 July 1904

J" "CWr' y;? & - ' & :'fr-. ! Frio J. Uefeer, wno snccessftilly oscta Oswalds Garden at I2ad ana I&lstea street, fc doing a fse hasl. jwastalBannuBer. He is well Blessed wltktfce colored people -wso have , netd yiealcs there tals season, e yiafutam tfrat- BO tsr BOtMag taB OC- oared to'aar tie occasion, aad on Headay. Asgsst 8ta tie IWends of -BMaete Ohis "will hold forta at Os Swld's. ThoHUffl Taggart Ex-Mayor ot Indi anapolis, lad., has been caosen as the 'asm caalnnaa. of the Democratic Hatteaai Comnaittee. The colored ' people of Indiana . have always had coafldeBce ia Tom Taggart, and -whea-erer he hae ran or oce they have loyally wpported Ms aad it will be pleasing to them that he has bees thaely honored with, the chairmanship of the national conanlttee. nv- T. "Washington has skin- . Bed everything back which she had to say Tespectlag the discrimination, against the colored people at the St .Iwis Talr, and this simply shows that- Mrs. Washington aad her hus Baad 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. — 6 August 1904

sr-te- -,J.kW f BCEW TO THEE LINE. I Vol. rs: CHICAGO, -Aaigriit; 6, 1904. IVo. 41 f- jUp n 'i J . Hfl. fe l P9T hMS I,, , riiw wA nf k- Mental or Political j Slavery . ils.ths Greatest Curse to the W Witboat say question, mental or po-1 litlcal, slavery Js by far the greatest curse to the Negro. In numerous In stances be has demonstrated his abil ity to rid himself of to any of the evils which are more than likely to im pede his progress upward and onward. This Ja truly gratifying to those who are or bare been interested in his development along moral and educa tional Uses. They nave, however, been, sorely disappointed in him so far as politics oe political affairs are con cerned, for in. this .particular field he has made ao progress whatever, for at thoexpiratton. of almost forty years he Is still "the mental or the servile slave of the Republican Party, which is his greatest corse. It Is incomprehensible to as bow the Negro can work bin, self up to the - point where he is willin...

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. — 6 August 1904

ur- z , - -. .X3" ,-J mv THE BROAD AX. 7UBLUUU8) wusXT. . WH pronmlgate ad U M Whim BptoM t traa BtlBatflMofDeBOCTS,feBtOttifHrt.FTOttHmti, PtetIaadt1F-fman,8-ar- Ism, Bepsbtt , KB-ebts of later, or aayoe m eaaturre beir ar."lOTff tber bBrse tt proper as TMponttMHtyl fixed. T&a Brood Axis a uivmcikM pUStetsi feread eeeari ter tH, rar on. m. rig th edttertal rts&ttocpetkltsownstiBd, & Iel yitTTTrmn1rBes -l t-Ht KepHon. Write eslreaeae aide ottfe paper. 8btlpte mart be pild tn adTsnee. UBv Oof Six Hast... eyHWJ Jldrertlstee tstee aide knmrn. oa eppHeattoa. A44reMBilaaalctUeQ- - TH BROAD AX 869 ArajanrATessB, Chicago. JULIUS X. TATLOB, Editor ndPnbUmer. Satcred at tie Pot Office at Cakage, nUuSecosd-diMMiMcf. P' 1m Vb Tamom fur tacwty. " ' fcrfIoeb,iaBerlIa,iseperime---s With rattlesnake venom as a care for leprosy, and be thinks he has hit upon the specific for one of the most loath some diseases that human flesh is heir to. Should he succeed in demonstrating that the snak...

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. — 6 August 1904

-- !- . . 1 HOW SHOPPERS ARE SOLD. Instead of Getting Wonderful Bar gains They Very Often Merely Bay Inferior Goods. Very few women knew that when they think they hare ran across won derful bargains in some of the shops, when. In fact, they know they are getting certain articles cheaper than usual, because they remember the price paid, apparently, for the same thing at other times, they are really paying all that the goods are worth, for the simple reason that the bargain lot 'is what manufacturers call "sec onds." To all appearances the sec onds look just the same as the orig inal lot. If they happen to be un derwear gowns or hosiery the mate rial, manufacture and style seem ex cellent, but' the manufacturer and' the buyer know that they are made out of the second choice of material, and can not be considered -first class. They are originally cheaper than goods that were bought first, and can be sold at something of a reduction, so that 9,900 out of 10,000 customers rejoice in the ...

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. — 6 August 1904

1 THE BOOKLOVBRS MAGA ZINE FOR AUGUST, 1904. Table of Contents. The PKxrfee o Civic Beauty: Outer-Park Systenk of Ameri With illustrations. ca. Andrew Wright Crawford. The Campaign Against the Mo squito.. John Bernhardt Smith. With illustrations. Four French Paintfirs o Today. ' With full-page1 reproductions in color of paintings by J. J. Hen- ner, Alfred Agache, Jean Paul Laurens, and Paul Sinibaldi. The Next English Premier: An Estimate of the liberal Iead ers. F. A. Acland. Illustrated with a cartoon, and with por- traits of Lord Spencer, Sir Henry Campbeli-Bannerman, the Dake of Devonshire, John "Morely, Herbert H. Asquith, David Lloyd-George, and Win ston Leonard Spencer Church ill. Tramping Through Normandy. . Alvin F. Sanborn. With illus trations. Picturesque Bits of Old London. Six pencil drawings by Vernon Howe Bailey. The Two Pacifies: VL The Se cret of Japan's Strength. Har olds Bolce. With illustrations. Israel Zangwill Playwright. T. M. Parrott With portrait. The Vanish...

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. — 13 August 1904

li mmBBmtw k. HP' flHt kV 9i&. 0r .atnmP3 n J -- Vbv. iiiiiBmBm lini jt HR. . IKaS-. m-wf bbbt nM - HC3ETV TO: THE LINE. CBLICA.GO,'i-A.Tigru-t i: 1904. Toi. rx; jVo. 42 ." s. Judge Alton B, Parker ocT -fcfcLo ' Stands by the Fourteenth Amendment and Gondems Mob Law. Wednesday the members of the Notification Committee called on Judge Alton B. Parker at his home at Roseraount, New York, and official ly infbmred him of his nomination for President of the United States by the St. loom -Convention. In the midst of a large concourse of people he ac cepted the high honor conferred upon him by his party. Judge Parker's letter of acceptance will go down In history as one of the ablest and -soundest orations so far delievered by any of th Presidential candidates. It clearly Indicates that he is endowed with great wisdom; that he possesses the moral courage to set forth in a classical manner, his honest convictions on all questions effecting the best interests of all the , American people...

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. — 13 August 1904

PWRSWJWJ -o THE BROAD AX. WIH ptEWtC BBS H 9A hBQS njyfiOcB BBS 131 aim in 1 1 ii. i siBaiusioiica,;! tn wiiiih, t Tahffr fir otssi alaa casknt tfeelr car.aelseras tbete- lasffBafS Is proper sad Tbe Bread Asia a BBWspapar'wfeeaa tiUtfnmits Bread cseaofe far aB. rvr flilmtng tba cdKarial xlb to speak H own misd. q Xoetl cowniiiiitprMBin wW xcealra stUaMau. TtKa only oa ob aide of fee paper. OBbtartpttom gtaat tea paM to adraea. Stxsfostte.................;;.................. tao AdTTii Mslm; rates madatBovn on eppHcatltni. AAArta riviniinynftlt1nni tO TH BROAD AX mo JLtsssx Aycbs, Chicago. JULIUS F. TA7L0,XHt9raad?&bHabaT. Iskted ai- tfce Part Office at Olago, -aT . i . - .1-- . ". WOMAN IN COSSACK BAND. MhrtnTnw Poasep, of Siga, After Muca Pleadlag, becomes a Kember of Snsaiaa. Segiment. Walle the thought of a woman tak ing a belligerently active part In war fare Is repugnant in the extreme, -sari the niBstrated Sporting News, yet one cannot withhold admiration for the courage o...

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. — 13 August 1904

GAVE UP LIFE FOR CHILD.' J UHninuHU inn j inn mil II II I mt te Suae Disease She Paught " s Nurses are among the, heroic fight era of the world. The Contagleas hos pital at North Brother Maad, New York, has recently beea the seeae of a brave sacrifice oa the part of a young nurse "who dismayed that love than "which no maa hath greater. She gave sp her life to save that of a child. The New Tork Sun tells the story: At the Polyellaic hospital a little girl developed aa alarming form of scarlet f ever. It was aecessary to remove her to North Brother Island, and Miss Mahler, a gradsate of the Rochester university aad the City Hospital Train ing School, volunteered to go Into ex ile -with her. At the Island dlpht eria developed and the case seemed hope less. For two weeks, night and day, the entiling nurse fought, single-handed, and through her wonderful skill and unselfish devotion, at the end o! that time the little patient was oat of danger. Then the two grim diseases attacked the fai...

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. — 13 August 1904

fmemmmm. .y 16 Mrs. Dennis Tyler is Indisposed at feef reeWeace 3426 Dearborn street Mr. Jet Tolmlas, a post offlce clerk, has goae to the World's Fair, theace to Hannibal, thence to Quincy, I1L Mrs. Dare Jenkins, 4764 Dearborn street, Jeaves for Chattanooga, Tenn, and Atlanta, Ga., Monday. Mr. J. H. Shreve left Thursday lor St Louis to meet the Supreme Council of 33 degree Masons, of which council he is a member. Prof, Hope of Atlanta University has joined his -wife In her visit to her sister,' Mrs. J. D. Bryant, 6428 Cham-plain-, avenue. ' Mrs. Arthur Jackson, 5007 Dearborn street, having spent fifteen days In Springfield, has returned home well pleased. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis, of Grand Rapids, returned home after a ten days' visit with their mother, Mrs. Dickens, 5027 Dearborn street Mr. Win. Wilson, P. A. Williams and Arthur Holmas Slmms of the 8th Reg iment L N. G., leave for Deerfleld Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs Stephen Hamlet, 5036 Armour avenue, are at home again from their flying tri...

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