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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 August 1904

1A BW . AHEW TO'THCE LINE. Vol. is: CHICAGO, JAugii SO, 1904. No. 43 vr JjBfcv aaaaaaaaaaMLP ) M BMBBBfcB3iBBiF?B r JBfc iy T ' United States Senator Albert J. Hopkins ON THE NEGRO PLANK IN THE Republican Platform. United States Senator Albert J. ' white men, for he declared at Charles- Hopkins of Illinois, recently had' a long conference -with President evelt and according to Senator Hopkiss, he himself and the other Republican spellbinders will thunder forth in, behalf of the "Negro plank" in the Republican platform and that the administration Intends to stand by that plank and fight the issue or the question oat before the voters. - This sounds very strange indeed considering' the source from which It emanated. The first question that confronts us respecting Senator Hopkins aad his utterances in. favor of reducing South?tu reeree'eatatioH, in Congress on accoaat of the exclusion of the Negro vote is is he honest and sincere In this respect. He may succeed in throwing dust in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 August 1904

THE BROAD AX. FUBCSSSD WJWKXT. wminam-BlgttewBAUtRitBifv&el&1btrGa ,soksru their ltrgmfi t proper aaa HBK. bread ceesctater aa,rer Hutmtng tea vXUsUl figs to speak lbs ova Ble4. Taaal i Iiatlnns -wfil reoelTa ?r obJj eo oae side of ttee paper. Bais!rfpt4osBHBtbeiMlnSTae. X&mUagntew&aBwa. oa ppBertloa. AdrewMcoTnniTin1'ittnTH THE- BROAD AX SBaO ArsjoorXTeBaB, Chicago. JUUU8 T. TAYLOB, Sdttar sadFnsHi&er. . Satand st tie Pert Office tt Ckkago, BL,uecesd-ckMtttt. S a a fcj WOMAN IN COSSACK BAND. SCadame Pousep, of Siga, After Mrich Pleading, Becomes a Member of Eussian Segiment. While the thought of a woman taking a belligerently active part in warfare Is repugnant in the extreme, sayi the Illustrated Sporting News, yet one cannot withhold -admiration for the courage of that fair Russian who has Jast enrolled in a Cossack regiment after persistent and earnest petition to the war ministry. Madame Pousep of Riga, being the daugh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 August 1904

CAVE UP LIFE FOR CHIU.;HIGH ART IN GARNISHING. ararse Saves little One, Sst Snccumh to-tBmaDiMuesni Peught. Nurses are" among the heroic fighters of tie world. The Contagious hospital at North Brother Island, New York, has recently been the scene of a brave sacrifice ob the part of a young nurse who displayed that lore than which so man hath greater. She gave up her life to save that of a child. The New York San talk the story: At the Polyclinic hospital a little girl developed an alarming form of scarlet fever. It was necessary to remove htr to North Brother Island, and Miss Mahler, a graduate of the Rochester university and the City Hospital Training School, volunteered to go into exile with her. At the island diphtheria developed and the case seemed hopeless. For two weeks, night and day, the untiring nurse fought, single-handed, and through her- wonderful skill and unselfish devotion, at the end oi that time the little patient was out of danger. Then the two grim diseases attack...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 August 1904

.N .A. fc Mes. Boater, Bookford, HL, is visitiag feer mtecejtra. Macey, 5133 Gror aveeae. Mr. jiad Mrs. J. Hookley Smiley aaa.daagfeter have retaraea from their saaer resttwce at Batavia. WaKer Hill costumes to do a al8e haslBMB la Ms seat little cafe, at 2161 Armour areaae. Mrs. Marioa Adaaa-Harris, 3142 todiaaa aTsaae, is ten a loss visit 'with fear motaar at Hagerstowa, MO. Dr. Kobert Harala, aad daagater -Baythte, are vtelltas te World's Pair at St. Loals. They "will retarn the first of next -week. ' We have oeea told several times ' that "S. S. S. does aot mean "South Side Smartset," hat what's In a name . anyhow? - Attorney Charles "H. Mitchell, Unity Balldiag, will "he elected one of the new-Jadges of the Saperior Court of Cook County. iSijs Lltta Clinton, of Vlncennes, IasL, Is In the city spending her vacation with her brother Horace Clinton, 414 State street C. Johnson, undertaker and embalmer, 2712 State street, Is a wlde awake easiness man and -he ranks up by the side of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 August 1904

'T,;r- m SW :" ECEV TO THCE LINE. Vol. its: CHICAGO Ausrnt tr. 1004. No. 44 " bbbbbbi bbbbbbbbv bbbbbI rBHSBssav bbbbbbb PEsbbbbbiv 1bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbS visBVasansBBBr EbhsbbW ssas5sSBBBBn?a""aBaaaasnv x jP f bbbbbb. k. .Fanansansr asnsnj 1 ansnsnv x annsnn Wvsasnnnsnm zaanannnnnnnnnnvsnv vrSsapnsnsj Izansnsny f " Bhr annsnnv TgjBig j annnsnSMW BSSSSSSSSSHnSfiSSSSBaSSSSSSSJB SSSSSS. BSSSin SSSSSSSv TSBSSSSSS- Bflv T"T!2iSSSSSSS& Rn?BSSSSSJ ISSSSSSSn Mirt8SSS7 f. x""P3f BBsSSSSV W sKST M " SSSSSnSSftv. V. The Lily The , " It Is-barely possible that within the next one hundred years the Negro may cease his sleeping and his dreaming over Abraham' Lincoln and the dead past, long enough to realize the fact that since the close of the war of the Rebellion th'e leaders of the Republican party have made many important mo'sements with the sole object of throwing him overboard or casting him adrift for himself, so that they would not experience much difficulty In forming the lily whi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 August 1904

RPf ff i&fy"""W"55"J: RT THE BROAD AX. TGBCSSSB WBSLT. - Trm iiinmnWUHfcflil at H Mhim ni.iWl.HTfi run HbbIa TMBMndr Til ii I l"lHu.Hna Pi iiIsmH ! UAit.Tvmen,9toai Tsen, RepsfSlS&S. SpwS RMMHOO Mac ITttLflka ftifilr ay.ael vVjfGBBfOBy HwS XfeaJBroaSAxU aenpaper-rte plilfniHite bread eaesgbfer aK,Ter riilfntrg tfaa editorial ligfct to petxitoevB sated. & Leetf fonrnirnilMMntu tfW TeMtr tWeatlon. Write eslr go oaal4Gtb paper. SsfcwdpfceaM awt b paid In linw. ueo rntei mate tsem on arolksttss. A4fcilfnnninimi1riMTnito THE BROAD AX BBS Arssesr Aieiw, CfeUaco. JUIXB8 T. TlTXOB,S4KaraadPs&Ui&r, Zakred at the Pert Office at Chicago, DL, as Seeead-claa Matter. HjpnotMng Babbits. - An American physician, who has been accustomed to experiment with rabbits, jsserally foand that chloroform killed them before he had a chance to operate. Disgusted at Jhe -wastefulness of this method, he tried hypnotism ononerabbit that he bad left and f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 August 1904

WASHINGTON GOSSIP ESOZLS ASD XTXKSS A3? SATIOITS CAPITAIu SHAW AS A SPELLBINDER Secretary of Txeasnry the Papular Ozator of Cabinet afew Sad at Pest Office Passing of Old Landmarks. Washington.--The champion gpellbinder of the cabinet Is Secretary of the Treasury Leslie M. Shaw. There may be more polished orators, like SecjetaryTaft, Attorney General Moody and Secretary of State Hay, but when It comes right down to captivating: an audience and entering Into the give and take repartee of the political stomp Secretary Shaw is away ahead of his .SECRETARY I M. SHAW. colleagues. He Is .at home on any political subject and can talk to any sort of an audience. He prefers finance, however, and doesn't much care whether he is discussing the subject before a body of "Wall street financiers or explaining the mosey system of the government to a crowd of western farmers at a harvest home. Mr. Shaw Is the nnllkliest man in the cabinet. He is about the last of that distinguished body of men who w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 August 1904

s Justice J. J. Hesaessy, l S. Haleted street, has made, a See record for himself as police magistrate at the Baglewood police coert, aad every day , me settles away cases and disputes be tween JUUgaats ia ais private court rooms. r Goldsbore, Florida, is fiite a fioarisalng towa; it Is wholly peopled by colored people, tae Postmaster is a Democratic Negro, aad be was given tae- Pestaestershlp by President Clevetaad, aad be bas served as sack from tbst time to the present Last Friday evening Mies Emory Heaves aad Mr, Braeet Meeks were aalted la marriage by Her. Anderson, at bis residence, 618 Faltoo street .Tbe newly married couple have gone to DaytoB, Ohio, where they will reside. Mr Aad Mrs. J. H. Foseett of Joli- - et, Di., speat several days the past week visiting his sister Mrs. S. Levi, E946 Armour avenue. They retarnea "to their home Friday. Also Mr. E. The Inner Circle and Triangle clubs will give their first grand charity ball for tbe season of 1904-05 at the First Regiment...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 3 September 1904

: V"f . JBCETV TOtTHE 1L.IIVE. i Vol. rx: EHO-V3-0, fetember S9 1904. IVo; 45 i-:. ' -v aA-BSBaaaaW .bsbbbbbW x - -i? BBBKPJHaassBBawB? .aam r i b. 4p JBBBBBBBBBBBBBafla94S .j&w ,nBBBBBBBBBBBBh. aaaaa ffaaaaaaaaaasBBsaaa!r ssaalaaBBBBBBBV aaawaiaBBBBBBBBan. -BBssBBBBBBBanw S- a few P A HHr .antaBBaWaaaaaafc aaar! bbbbbbV. aaam V7 .ssEx. sf .Lbbbbbbbbbbbbi aaaaaaF JH 1 A bbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbw iHHIBHiHHIHLHBF SBSw fBBRI. cHMCr . a 0 HHWHHHHHHHk ibbbbbbbbbbbbw Lbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb bbbbb BHIftHHI fmBBfE MdHBBST Ibbbbbbbbbbbbbbv "bbbbbbk w 1. .' aaBaaanaaar aaMMMiBnnfHHHHM . fenaaanaaaBBr "V h 1 aaBBBBBaaaBBaaaaaaBF The Lily White Republicans and j$2vT The Negro. His Disfranchisement Began in the South During the Administration of President Harrison. James 0. Blaise, the Plumed Knight of Maine, "who with the assistance of Messrs. Basks and Bingham, prevented tha passage of the "Force Bill" In a Republican Congress, become the standard bearer of the Q. O. Lily White R...

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

.sA ., fc m h r?.T ' m wjirJ Ua THE BROAD AX. PSBCHKJD WJMKLT. 4. bTIBbMRVV Ba 7flE8s9s97al aBC wHBsBiA IwBcSslssV Pirtnte.THrtli;yiCTww.gBeto Xcri,8ejfetliwm. ffnlghTi .et labor, er ? shalrr.e testy aa abate liBgnig is praps1 w BMiKBh edHerW OPTIMISM CHARACTERISTIC. GUmr Woman Declares XtfXs a Dominant Trait of the Americans. TIibWhisiI 1 1 Is a imaiiisimi nliimi km esesob Jar &. vr triitnrtmr tb Xeeal eetBBsaieaMwi vH nottTS rttnWea. WrMn aas ea m ekts of tfea paper. flKm4U iwitta ASssUI til ftATSSM 7VMSjpttBSBI BUM CB JMRH SB MOiSacCtss Ob Tr.... JUrartfateg rttea tiwiIw Vr.mrB ea raHwttan. AreJBig eomnmnl rations to THE BROAD AX 8949 Aiaoar JLTeime, Chicago. TOETOS r. TATLOB, Editor cad Ps&Utfee. Entered at tie Past Office at Chkags, $ M as Stcoad'-ckai Matte. j Hypnotizing Babbits. An American physician, who has been accustomed to experiment "with rabbits, generally found that chloroform killed them before he had a chance to operate. Disgusted at the was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 3 September 1904

HITi GOSSIP PEOPLE AND EVENTS JL3? HATIOS'S CAPHLaX.' SHAW AS A.-SPELLBINDER Secretary of Treasury the Popular Orator of Cabinet Hew Tad at Post Office Passing of Old Ian rim arks. Washington. The champion, spellbinder of the cabinet is Secretary of the "Treasury Leslie M. Shaw. There may be more polished orators, like Secretary Taft,Attorsey General Moody and Secretary of State Hay, b n t when it comes right down to captivating an audience and entering into the give and take repartee of the political stump Secretary Shaw la away ahead of his SECRETARY SKAW. colleagues. He is at home on any political subject, and can talk to any sort of an audience. He prefers finance, howeTer, and doesn't much care "whether he is discussing the subject before a body of Wall street financiers or" explaining the money system of the government to a crowd of-western farmers at a harvest home. Mr. Shaw 1b the ' unllkllest man in the cabinet He layabout the last of that distinguished body of men who woul...

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

m Wasted if earoFWoBaea. ?8 to ?26 dally. Chance to aecesae independent groat epare Use. Seed StaaB. The aye Co Greensboro, J. C W. H. Gferfc. who is connected with the CorBoratioa CoaaseTs office, will Tesasse ale khors Monday after speeding a. part of his two weeks' vacation at West Baden. - Mrs. Taylor, mother of Mrs. Jessie Johnsoa,. 4847 Araioar'ave departed this life Mosday and she was laid to rest la Oakwood from S. Mary's chareh Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Cora Taraer, 364 27th street, retarsed hoae last Friday from spend lag three weeks is visiting with herj friends la St Loate, Ho, and taking la the sights of the World's Falr J. N. -Blackshear, one of the profi cient Afro-Aaericaa clerks in the City Han, is greatly pleased with the can didacy' of Jsdge Alton B. Parker for President of the United States and he v Iiopee he win be elected. Mrs, Sasrael W. Thompson, 6552 Charaplaln Ave., entertains Saturday - afternoon? Sept 3rd at a "Whist lancheoB," abcnt 40 ladles attened. Ss...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 10 September 1904

5rlPaaBgaw HgaBar7 BfcKLcMBBwiMBKLf1" aagaaii niilgaMi f BaBaaaW-. HEW TOjTHE LINE. Vol, IX OHIOAK, September 10, 1904. 2Vo. 4e ! Theiijy White Republicans 3. - -;c '- and -MC -3 v v v "M7 -v i The ? The Late John Sherman Favored the Lily White Movement in The i4 : Whenever the Negro will refrain i law as far as It applied to the Colored from spending all his time and all his 1 People." That piece of sophistry in energy in endeavoring to explain the Republican platform of 1896 how his imaginary God, whom caused the vast majority of the Afrowe are taaght " to believe Is American voters to fast and pray for without shape, form, ears eyes, "the election of Major McKinley, and or voice Taised up J, Wilkes I they were ready and willing to brand Booth, Charles Gulteau, and Leon F. every Negro as a traitor to his race Czolgosu, for the special purpose of wi,0 failed to do likewise, assassiaatlng Presidents Abraham Notwithstanding the fact that Lincoln, James' A. Garfield, and Wll-. through...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 10 September 1904

THE BROAD AX. rUBLXBBX) TTHEKLT. i WprattulMaeaastaMMsgMBphoilhiras prlBfHw6fDeaaogr,bB0itioMft,FTi.iUiiiil, Frtwta. teS4it. Farmers. Steel Tuts. Eepnbil ,rmn. BjtfgW etLatsi, sr urrat ett CBa&rr r.soissru taear utictict UBreperaas Tfea iSreadAxi a sat9;iAei platform ts 1 CBOBrtifer aH.rrer -'-rt-g V-r"' to speak Ha era Ind. . bread ricfetto Iaeal msadatlm irtH rseaira rttwrtteD. "Writ oaJy ea oaa Ate of tfe paper. BnbaerlpHopi gas fee grid to Utcw. Ob Tmt... H.B9 Six Haattia......... ........ ......... U Adrerlfetec re. made kaewa on ipsHegteo. Address ajf coaaannlraanns to THE. BROAD AS SMS Ansosr Aressa, Cbkaco. JULIUS r. IATLOB, Editor aad PufeiUHW. Eakrcd it tfce Pert Office at Cklago, ' q "HL, as SesdIus Matter. According to Consul Dalgoro Goh, tie Japanese child calls Its father -GerapH.'' which Beans "strict father," while It addresses Its mother as "Jlbo," that Is, "benevolent mother." Mr. Goh Quotes a Japanese lad "who classified the Japanese father as one amon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 10 September 1904

iiiTilif jflrjEBESTIKG SHUTS IN AX3CY CEEUiiJsa XU MS MJUJS. C0RB1N TO GO TO MANILA How Sentiment Selected a Tenant for Corbin's "Washington. Home Passing of Picturesque CharacterOther Topics. Washington. There "will be some Interesting shifts in army circles within the next month. one of the most intereetlng and important of which is the detail of MaJ. Gen. Henry C Corbin to the command of the department of the Philippines. This will brine about transfers in the United Staffs nnrt Maj Gen. Corbla.. will send Maj. Gen. Fred Grant, son of the great war commander, to be Cof bin's successor in command of the department of the Atlantic and Maj Gen. Fred Funston, whose meteoric career in the army since the war with Spain has made a unique chapter in the army's history, to take command of the department of the west. The assignment of Gen. Corbin to the Philippines is significant of future honors in store for him. President Roosevelt with that devotion to civil service principles that has ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 10 September 1904

pP!! i jqpup'r.,vfK--w - "- --Ttraro'--"''-war-- - - . - WITH StCKENlNtt THUD. WfcKe Peepfe of Maine Se Affected By News ef Vetm Washington. Jfa HafeKa U View ef WahInflten, Sr.'a Besglng, Says Portland Press The Maine people "wao tore coatribated Sa see tray or another to th rapport e tie enterprise coaducjed By.3eoker T. Washtegtoa wiH be 1tereeted ia the sews which comes .froa Bostea Sa this vlee: la court at Qalacy yesterday Booker T. Washlagtoa, Jr., of Weyawath, soa of the well-kaewa Colored orator, was arranged for speeding aa aatOBKWe awre tk&a 19 salles aa soar oa tie HeropoUtaa ParkTReserratloa at MUtoa. He pleaded aolo coateadere and was ftaed $15. Toaag Mr. Waafclagtoa saaet be dolag very well ia society, aad, otherwise. It -wrwald ao doabt laterest maxr of au xaiaers sudpoctbth w kaow where be got his automobile aad what it cost him to maintain and operate it not to mention the costs of court Somehow, coasideriag the amount of assistance which has been solic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 September 1904

1 v. 7 Hij HHlBxflBBBfPEiEgriiBBBte5BBBBHBVI. PJbSLi?" BBBast !ibK. bsbbbWV s. HEW TO THE JL.XJSI2. vol. is: 3 CHICAGO, September X1?', 1004. TU I n UfLU D..li- i no i-njf iff iiuc nepuoHcans and- r The Negro. 3L30L3Lm Within less than one year after the first inauguaratioa of'William McKinley as Preldent of the United States, March 4th, 1897, a gang of savages, In the dead hoars of night surrounded the little home of Postmaster Baker at Lake City, South Carolina, set fire to it and as his family and himself emerged from the burning building terror-stricken - with fright, -while the flames were leaping and roaring all around them like the flames and the demons of the infernal regions Baker, and his baby -were shot to death his devoted and loving wife and the remainder of their children were severely wounded and only escaped Jggh their lives by crawllnglrway-lirffe aarineaTof that death-dealing and horrible night' for the scenes which they beheld can never be irradlcated from their m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 September 1904

ijgjBajBnaasagasasBaaBaBiaMwsBssa- ' - - - n , Teeth Extracted Without Pain Srflfelisfcea H77. O4 I5S"ISSt John J. Dunn THE BROAD AX. BT 0m4kS I MtH MM tjtkaU tfe t!W arm atV aaaftnt .salesf as wtc jwgMft ti siifjwi sxu Him. TiiiiHinii 1 1 li I mat Wirt tar alLrsr BWI (wtbtei ttewtrtTiiMiiiiininlwiWnTTteTHt BROAD AS nsm JBUUB r. TAYLOB, 1 -y at she Past Oftce at CHcng. mas ffwtrf rtt w 1ft thr, ? .-? ilfM-ififcr" According to Censal DnIgeroGoh. tie Japanese child calk Its father "Geapa." which saeaBs strict father," while It addresses its mother as MJlbo," that la, "benevaleat mother.'' Mr. Goti quotes a Japanese lad who classified the, Japanese father as one among the "fear Searfal things of the world," these tear terrors being "earthqaakd 'thaader, conflagration and father." Java's Wonderful Lake. One of the greatest wonders of JaTa Is large lake of boiling rand, two miles in clrcassferesce, In the center ef which IfflTHMisw rolmang of soft, hot mad may he seen continually rising ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 September 1904

WASHINGTON ffilP HJXEBESTDff- SHUTS XsT ASXY tt&CLBS TO 52 SCADS. CORBIN TO-AGO'fTO MANILA How Sentiment Selected Tenant for Corbin's Washlagtea Horns Passing of Picturesque Character Otker Tepies. Washington. There frill be some interesting shifts In army circles -within the next month. one of the most Interesting and-im-portant of "which Is the detail of MaJ. Gen. Henry C. Corbin to the command of the department of the Philippines. This will bring about transfers la the TTnlted" Kt&iM nnrl MaJ. Gen. Coram. TrtUsendMaJ.Qen. Fred Grant, son of the great -war commander, to be Corbin's successor in command of the department of the Atlantic and Maj Gen. Fred Funston, 'whose meteoric career in the army since the 'war with Spain has made a. ualqae chapter In the army's history, to take command of the department of the west. The assignment of Gen. Corbin to the Philippines is significant of fntore honors in store fer him. President Roosevelt -with that devotion to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 17 September 1904

Th Amedt Walter hi . la the last faw ot The Breaa Ax I sattl ttsM teM yoaethIaahout ear tPinttm--lrJiliM HeTU te ttae ewoT that jb1k !- isg reading to these-whaf have eem persmade t heSve otherwise: ' v (Mee, BL. Aug. 28. -iJHjwaTark. - Geatleaea It cae to jt aotice liit Ihe campaign" xoausUteetad lat to" New Tork for e Forrest "Cxwut to cow) and fake charge of the heaawaltera In order to set them IaUoeferklBaBP&teH- He was at oaeitbaa ureaWeat C their organlza.Bntras aafced to resign. "W aad 4a teetfag fe Hyde Sark aad wasl authorised -to -write this leiwr. u. twskW the case he "will only create discord, among the waiters, tor the reason taatwhllehe was headwaiter .at-Pewia, niiHote, at the Fay Hotel, ,jMt9iter to the waiters strike, he mote on artksie whteh "was puhHshed ia the Hotel' World, stating hat he coHL supply the restawaats -aad hotel proprietors -with aH the non-union men they wanted, and could break the sfc'ike, for "which he -became In dls'favor very much, ...

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