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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 22 October 1904

Ks w ffir. THE BROAD AX. FUBUSHXD HTXX&T. Win jwoswlssts sad at U Mates eld ts few gteetylofPflioericrtbaiCilntin,riotirtnt PrlMts, Infidel. KsraervStBSJ Ttxers, Benafcli em,KKItaoilAter,or cares enfiT ttetraBT.aotoBcu tMfer Imgwus upreperaad mromlillttjUtoad. Th Breed Ax U inmiiiteiyUtogat; brad escort far all,nr cUlslat & dltorUl dxbttoipesxlucmijBind. Local roaannlfatloB will neciT 8ntton. Write only on one aide of th paper. Ss&aerlpUoa seat be paid In stsm. OsaTaar ; BlxKeeUu .. .......... t-66 LOO Xdrarttstas ratea made known on (pplleatloa. AAdrea alTcoaHtnTilntlrmt to THK. BROAD AX CMO Armour ATexrat, ChJcajo. JULIUS T. TAYLOB, Editor aawPnblUbar. TTmlsniT i tke Past Office at CUcago, 9 EL, "Secoai-ckja Hitter. PRE8IDENT ROOSEVELT Refuses to Interfere In Behalf of the White Soldier Who Married a Colored Woman. John T. Smith, a (white) private in the hospital corps at Fort Mott, N. J., recently went back on all the so-called lovely white ladies, and he married a- p...

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. — 22 October 1904

. f r w THE BROAD AX. FUBLISHXD WIXKY. inn waiBlBti aad at alia an i 4eld tttg- if arlsetples erf Dnost?, ta GafecUaa,Prottsanta, FtlMls.lBailali.rarBRf.8iMi Tajart, RepU eaaa,KBlfeia of Xfcorf or keyce ateo can bare ifeetraay.aolGegaa the injwtgs ta proper aad raapoBaltrilitylatxad. - alaEtasafa tbas&tortal rJfhito Broad Ax la a Biajniayai ssoufa ur mu,wnrr aapeaxi Etta own aaiod. Local ccEiannlraUons will raaatra attention. "Writa only on one aide ot tha paper. BjecrlpUoniBinatbepaldtaarse. Ob Tear... atxHontaa. LOO Adrertlalnc ratea made known oa application. AAdresa alfcogmmnlratlrms to ' TH BROAD AZ 5W0 armour Aresse, Gbloaco. JULIUS T. TATLOB, Editor sad PabUaaar. Zotoeed si tfce Psst Office at Cafcsfo, 9 CU a Saxaad-cltts Matter. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT Refuses to Interfere In Behalf of the White Soldier Who Married a Colored Woman. John T. Smith, a (white) private in the hospital corps at Fort Mott, N. J., recently went back on all the so-called lovely white ladies, and he m...

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. — 22 October 1904

TE- I s The Democratic Party And the Negro Thomas Jefferson Was the First j-resiaent Negro in the While Hou Vice President Richard M. John son's Wife Was a Colored Woman. Whenever some of the gentlemen who are posing as the leaders of the Democratic party in certain sections of this country will cease their rail ing against the Negro whenever they and the Negro will take the time to familiarise themselves with the fol lowing historical works, namely, Mrs. Sarah Randolph's "Life or Thomas Jefferson," Johnson's "School History of the Negro Race in America," Henry Wllsoa'a "tfise and Fall of the Slave Power." Horace Greeley's "Great American, Conflict," James G. Blaine's "Twenty Tsars In Congress." Cooper's history of the "Political Parties and Tkair Plalforms," George W. Julian's "Political Recollections;" James Free man Clark's history of the "Anti Slavery Movement," and similar works, they will learn that Thomas Jefferson, the father of true Democ racy, was the first President of ti...

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. — 22 October 1904

- A J The Democratic Pant And the Negro Thomas Jefferson Was the First President to Dine With a Negro in the White House. Vice President Richard M.John son's Wife Was a-Colored Woman. x. "Whenever some of the gentlemen who are posing as the leaders of the Democratic party In certain sections of this country -will cease their rail ing against the Negro -whenever they and the Negro -will take the time to familiarize themselves with the fol lowing historical works, namely, Mrs. Sarah Randolph's "Life of Thomas Jefferson," Johnson's "School History of the Negro Bace in America," Henry "Wilson's "jUse and Fall of the Slave Power," Horace Greeley's "Great American Conflict," James G. Blaine's "Twenty Tears in Congress," Cooper's history ot the "Political Parties and Their Platforms," George "W. Julian's "Political Recollections," James Pree n Clark's history of the "Anti Slavery Movement," and similar works, they will learn that Thomas Jefferson, the father of true Democ racy, was the fir...

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. — 22 October 1904

L S US- isisa Eva demons is visiting Mrs. Ida Clark at 6652 Hartwell ave. Mradward Lynch, 137 51st St, left for St Louis last Thursday. Miss Fannie Wilson -will soon move -with the family to 21st and Frame ave. St Marks church will miss her. Four room cottage in rear of 5316 LaSalle st, at ?8 per month, for rent- by Albert B. George, 5145 Armour ave. m. i n t n i .or'nonor of Mrs. A. Anderson, Mrs. L. Attorney Charles C Buell, Is waging , .... ., AWHByvumo.u , Moor and Mra Davis. The tables a succe-sful campaign as an independ- t, .,,, , -t,t ructri were beautifully set in two colors ent candidate In the First District ' ! and a very enjoyable time was spent Mrs. America Brown, 5121 Armour Those present were Mrs. R, Jefferson, ave Is improving rapidly at Provident! yrs. Wilkinson, Mrs. R. Pees, Mrs. hospital Ex-Senator T. T. Allain has been seen hustling about our down streets. Mrs. Mamie Lewis Griffin has remov-' ed from 5149 Grove ave. to 4026 Coi-' 'tage Grove -ave., with her mot...

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. — 29 October 1904

HEW TO THE LINE. ? -. Vol. X I OBLlO-A.GrO, 02tobe- 89. H)04. 3Vo. X K "' ' F X. The Democratic Party And the Negro The Defeat of James G. Blaine the Plumed Knight of Maine. Grover Cleveland Elected to the Presidency of the United States. hi. To farther fortify our position or contention that Frederick Douglass, with his voice and with his pen through the columns of his newspaper "The North Star" supported John P. Hale, the Free Soil Democrat, for President of the United States in 1852, we will simply refer to Charles W. Chestnntt's Life of Frederick Doug lass which should be in the home of every liberty-loving person regardless of color throughout the land. In speaking of the Buffalo Convention of 1848, and of the Free Soil Democrats, Frederick Douglass said: "They laid the foundation of a grand superstruc ture. It was a powerful link in the chain, of events by which the slave system has been abolished, the slave essasclBated and the country saved .troll dismemberment. ' .paaft-Jif...

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. — 29 October 1904

'.t i .- - ft" n l THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WUlpToeiiiIc0sndatallt&BMpfenldt&traa BrtnelDtMofDoeraer.batCtttoHe.ProtwliPt. Pilevte. iBide!, Farmer, atede Txer, Bepnbll- eKBa.JawaB of uur, or ay se eue ouun, usir soy, to&ff or uufwcv -! ptupvf tuu retpoartMl Itj l fixed. TheBzoadAxU a aewtpapervkow vUtfonals broad esonsb for all, erer cltlffifng the editorial xlghttoepeakitaoT&Kind. IocU caaarcnleaUona will reoelre attention. Write only on one aide of the paper. SabaerlpUona rscst be paid In adTanee. UDV o4ir 3M cix losuu WJ AdrertUnK rate made known on application. Addreea alfocmiTnnntratlone to THJD BROAD AZ goto Armour Arerme, Chicago. JULXU8 F. TATL0B, Editor and PsbUiner. -Eafered M tie Pert Office at Ckk&go, 9 ILvUSeceacIaBiIIaMer. Dr. George C. Hall Reports of The Na tional Association of Physicians And Surgeons The National Association of Physi cians and Surgeons held their Sixth Annual Session at Lexington, Ky.f Oct, 11, 12, 13. Dr. P. D. Robinson ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 29 October 1904

s - h ,'' hu if , ' -"' - i- r V Tfil ..v - . ? b'iii 12 tT fl" r '5 CS" LAWRENCE B. Candidate for LAWRENCE B. STRINGER. Lawrence B. Stringer was bora In South Amboy, N. J.. February 24. 1866. His father -was a Methodist minister and Is still living and following his call ing. The family moved to Illinois when the subject of this sketch was a boy of nine years. They first settlf d at Sheri dan and later went to La Harpe. "While living in this city young Stringer evinced a desire to make something of himself and he entered a (newspaper office as "devil." and learned the trade of printer. He graduated from the La Harpe schools and then wentJto Lincoln, 111., where he entered college at that place and from which he graduated In 1887. During all of his school life he stuck to the printer's case, earning enough by his work to pay his wa; through school. "While in college Lawrence B. String er was recognized as a you ig man of remarkable ability, and he r presented his school in several o...

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. — 29 October 1904

TK? ",P!awJflB ' ggL - ? g " - - J - TMr uf'va ppjppwjwyis IX & ' 'fc Thi celery Democrat Hei a Well Attended Meetlnfl. "Wednesday evening tne colored Den.otrat8 of this city helu a wea at- selves an e emy and a traitor to their tender meeting at 70 ..wajigton' St. race aie wtio hie and are as Encoura&U.g reports were made as to sisti.g the U tlican tarty to mur th nrtiPTPso nt nemoeraev aoionc the er I it e . o ea nd children coloied people in the various sections nt th ritv . Short speeches were made by Mes - srs. crampton. Watklns, c.ark. Lewis. Tne . o he N(jrth Holman, Marrow. Henders-n, Cirnne OTgQt . 8w ttelr re3pe,Uve canrti. Morrison, Washington. Taylor anddate ,or cl ,..r,.s am eure from othe.s. Nlcholls Qler was present and , lnem a p ,. . :. por. .e rrancnt8e he assureo his fellow Democrats -that . . . . nnfinnn, nIflMnrrnRT seventy-five per cent oi the colored peope in the 30th ward would vote for him lor County Commissioner. The tnree Important committees are c...

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. — 5 November 1904

; , a v N HEW TO TBCE LINE. Vol. X CHICAGO, NOVEMBER S9 1904. 2Vo. S The Democratic Party And the Negro The Republican Senators Re jected the Appointment of the late C. H. J. Taylor as Minister to a White Republic Frederick Douglass and His Wife Attended a Diplomatic Dinner and Reception at the White House. IV. Fending the final results of the Pres idential election of 1884 it -wis freely predicted by all the Republican orators "tb&ttin. case the Democratic party was successful, that its members womld be so hungry that they would not permit any Negro to hold any office," but that assertion on the part of the Repbubllcans was as far from the truth as the earth Is from the sua, toe it will be remembered that among the, feat -omcial acts performed by ""PresIaent Cleveland", was to select Dn Daniel XL Williams, of Chicago, as chief surgeon of the Freedman's hos pital; Rev. Allen Allensworth, the present chaplain of the Twenty-fourth regiment, who was highly recommend ed for the posi...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 5 November 1904

I i K IS -- t r- t m - J. THE BROAD AX. FCBLXSBXD WZXELY. . Tin prosBclet asd all te vpfcotd tbe teM BrtadplMofX6Boertcr,bitCukoUei,FrotMtKt& PTleeta, Infidels, Pastor, Blnsla Tsxars, Bepsbli mii FnlttiM of Labor, or aayoaa- ! oeiBsra tbalraaj-.aolceru tbeir Itwgnif 1 groprad retposslWiltjJi fixed. - TLa Broad Ax U aewipcptt'whote platforab broad -eaoscb for all, Tr rltttTrtng tee editorial rtgbt to apeak IB om mind. Xod coKss&lcs.ttaBs win nettre attention. Write onl? on osa aide ox tfc paper. SsfeeerlpUoBa boS be paid In edYssse. OM Tea-.......... i... W-00 Six MTJ'T ............... LOO JUrcMtias rate made known on apguevUoa. . THE- BROAD AX KM9 Armour ATes,Ckleico. jUtlUS T. TATLOB, Xdltar asd Pnbuefcer. X&tered t the Peat Office at Cakage, 3 BU a Strsa jkfaa Haate. National democratic Ticket. Tor President 'of the United States Alton B. Parker, of New York. For Vice-President Henry G. Da vis, of West Virginia. Democratic State Ticket of Illinois. For Governor Lawrenc...

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. — 5 November 1904

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Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 5 November 1904

K2 5 Xrg. Mi ft $ H jg SSL ""Wr fi f9tt 9. W astifertfTfca:. Jter. Pfe-Satls ? wso eostaeia JeU U Iiseela iriOn, If eb., charged fitk sff" oaa fcirl, is back is tows. dwarfi D. Greea J sattittg tip a irtnain figbt ia tie Hat 8eaatorlal district, and be -win be a member of tae next legislature of Illinois. Attorney Charles H. Mltcbell, can didate fcr judge of the Superior Court, Is growing more popular each day -with " the people as the campaign .prog resses. t Benjamin M. Mitchell -will come In under the wires as a winner on elec tion day, and "as usual he will repre sent his district in the next Legisla ture of Illinois. County Commissioner Timothy Cruise has in the past voted and worked for the best interest of the "people, and they will stand by him on election day. Friday evening a meeting was held at 4902 State street in the interest of Congressman George P. Foster. The meeting was well attended and it was addressed by K W. Washington, R. A. Dawson and Julius F. Taylor The ladi...

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. — 12 November 1904

k A'-: H KAV T rr II 15 I.I TV K. Vol. X CHICAGO, NOVKMBKR 13. 1904. IV o. 3 s 4 IP. r S COL. THEODORE ROOSEVELT Who Contends that "Negro Sol diers Will Not Fight Unless They Are Officered by White Men. Elected President of the United States by an Unpreceedented Majority. The great or the memorable -presidential contest of 1904, has passed into history and Colonel Theodore Roose velt who contends that "Negro soldiers frill not fight unless they are officered by white men" was elected President of the United States by an unpreced dente majority. The Rough Riding President swept over the entire coun try like a great tidal wave licking up and devouring everything which bore the name of Democracy in front of his onward march; his victorious banner of Republican commercialism was firmly planted on the ramports of De mocracy in every section of the North, Bast and West. He stormed its stronghold in the far South and cap tured the electorial votes of Missouri, Maryland, Delaware and West V...

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. — 12 November 1904

M w:-lV --- -A . - - r . , , STA "THE BROAD AX. laroBsia lataB tUtotcWl .UC&taaZ ihtr tkalr i7. laar aa ttalr Jmcmc M Irr aa4 Tesa4MUtr m wm&. TattBfeidaxU tfi whew Ttrttornto brs4 enoosJi for an. tbt cUlntng tfe41totlai ticktsbafeakiowamlsd. Iwal to- msBlsaaoM will raeato rtUBfilni) Write oelj oa eas aid ol lk . Scbacrl pUna mi t paid In anas. 6m Tear ............ . Ten Wr.rtoBsd known tmppaottoa. lUrtM ti communication to THJD BROAD . 3M0 Anaour Atom, Okleaco. JOLTDH T. TAYIOB, Editor aadPabUaftar. Eatertd t tie "Pest Office at-Cfcfcsfe, &., a Secea4claat Hatter. Michael Mclnerney, Defeated for the ' State Senate 'Jh the Fourth Sena- . torlal District. To the agreeable surprise of the resicctble Democrats and Bepubli- cans residing in. the Fourth Sena torial District, .Ex-Alderman .Mich ael JT"Tnerney, fho has been an of fice holder and seeker for the past twraty or twenty-five years, was laid r.ut mid and stiff by P. J. .JfcShane, his - KoDublican opponent ivho -will ...

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. — 12 November 1904

0-- I J"l. !..' I. - Xi R E &- v Er- r 5sS ?- UTWII& - -EHURHLVOniGLS TZCTOST coir- znnnf so gxow. HIS PLURALITIES INCREASE Mrery Indication That He Has Ke eared the Electoral Vote of Mis- ouriPopular Plurality 2 Ot i;soo,ooo. New York, Not. 10. With the elec tion returns still Incomplete, the plu tallty of Preslcen Roosevelt In the nation, according to all Indications, -will exceed 1,600,000 the greatest plurality ever given an American can didate. The nearest approach to this Tote was In 1896, -when MeKlnley re etVed a plurality approximating 850, 00, and in 1873, wnen Grant received T62.99L plurality. The interest centers in Missouri and Maryland. Late re turns indicate that the former state is In the republican column so far as presidential electors are concerned, but that Joseph W. Folk, the democratic eandioaie, has been elected governor. Cn Maryland the presidential vote will probably be cast for President Roose Telt In the other states, it is simply a fuestlon of plu...

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. — 12 November 1904

.-r I k - i JXf Mr, Albert Stone has moved to 5300 Amour avenue. . , Mrs. Lncy -Harris, 5247 Dearborn street, is home after a pleasant vaca tion. Among the-late new subscribers to The Broad Az are- Daniel Williams and Alexander. Payne, Washington, D. C, Peter McCann, Fort Robinson, Nebraska, Mrs. Millie Jefferson, Avondale, EL, and George J. Woods, 3011 Dearborn street, Chicago. George A. Trade thought he could be elected State's Attorney of Cook county without the aid. of The Broad Axbut it was impossible for him to do so, and he can continue to tinker with the law to earn bread and meat for his family. Last Thursday evening Mr. R. A. J. Shaw and Mr. Albert B. George de bated the question, "That woman should have the right to propose mar- marriage," before a large audience in Lyons Hall In Cranston. Mr. Auter presided, a be affair was for the ben fit of Mr. Charles Thomas, a crip ple. Harry Hildreui, Jr., made a gal lant race for clerk of the Circuit Court and he would have knocked...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 19 November 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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 19 November 1904

-r. ' 5. -S..- "- ft h ik fe E 1L R. THE BROAD AX, - PUBLISHED "WXEXLt. i 1" , "rt i- f-( to.ftrul Will prtnsnlcste ud at all times spsnld the trnj thalr 7, no lour their laognac u proper and retponrtbiiltr fa fixed. Tbe Brotd ax it a nevipaprvboM pUtforolt broxd enough for all, erer -iimtrtg the editorial right to apeak Ita own atlnd. . Xoeal eoaacnlcatioss will recelre attention. writ onij oa one aide ol tae paper. 8aaer!ptio&a nrnst be paid In adTance. Ob Tear...... (3.00 BfccKonUu .. LOO Aivertlatiia; rate zsade known on application. Aaareaa all com&nnleaUoixa to TUX BROAD AX BUD AmonrATecna, Chicago. ALIUS T. TATLOB, Xdlter and PnbUaiier. t tie Fsst Office at CUca, &vW -Next Monday evening a number of well known people will give a unique entertainment at Grace Presbyterian church for the benefit of the Thanks- giving Day Rally. It Is called "The Fountain of Youth' and deals with the early school days. The "old dis trict school" will be In session, the classes In rea...

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. — 19 November 1904

-. fR w t w. WASHINGTON LETTER UCTS-EQECTIOS" GOSSIP Or TH3? . XAXI02TAL CAPHA31- THE NOTED SPELLBINDER f olitidana of International Xeputa ttoa on; Stump Campaign Stren TKslty Telling the Presi dent Sow They Did.it rASHINQTON. Noted' spellbind ers who went up and down through the -country dur ing the preslden- L sfZjZr: " campaign just yu A . past are compar-VT-raJ ins notes of their the work they have performed Is being reviewed by the leaders of the parties. There have been some notable examples of endurance and ef fective' campaign work, but the palm for strenuous campaigning lies be tween Mr. Fairbanks and Speaker Cannon. Mr. Fairbanks has his re ward, and that for "Uncle Joe" is for the future to determine. The speak er's enthusiastic friends are discussing him as a possible candidate for the presidency in 1908, and base their claims upon the popularity he -has achieved in his extended speaking tour. The vigorous, spry and genial Illi nois statesman is C8 years of age, but he ...

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