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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 November 1904

-tcr Mrs. Anderson, Lexington, Ky.. la Tisltlng with, her daughter, Mrs. June Green, S054 Axaear areaae. CW. Edward .H. Wright Is eattOea to Vecoae .Ambassador to EsglMd tor the Important art ptersd y Wa la lire late electlca. It la otded that CoL Edward S. "Wright aad . B. Taraer Trill -em-J iearor to knock btat oar highly -teemed friend -CoL Loois B. Aniersoa as Assistant County Attorney. Harris F. Williams. attorney-at-Taw. 153 La Salle street. Is Bead over heels la Ills rapidly Increasing law DHataesB, and lie has no time to tag utter the tricksy polffldans. Mrs. -O. H. Welch, 8031 Dearborn street, has been Indisposed for the past two weeks hut to the delight of her friends ahe Is regaining her health. The damage suit Instituted against Dr. George C. Hall by his friend Smith, has been dismissed by Col. John F. Waters, for lack of sufficient evidence. Fred T. Carer, manager for CoL Robert M. Motts, Is an np-to-date buslnesa man and he Is very popular with those who patronise his ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 November 1904

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 November 1904

. .:jf ''!". r--. c? "- THE BROAD AX, PUBUSHXD WZXELT. WIH proainiie and at aU ttsoea Bpkld fc tnu their nr.ao Uag their tirgntg I proper aaa , retposriMlltj 1 fixed. Tt Broad Ax U avwtptprfwlum TAMarnl braid enouph for all, rcr rl timing tbe editorial rlg&tt to apeak luovnadnd. v Lncal nrnsmnlcatloc wl'l reealre attention. Writ only on one aide of the paper. eutecrlpUoEi must be paid In adrsnee. Stc Komaa - - J Urertlrine rate made known on appUeatlon. address all communication, to THE. BROAD AX too Armour ATenue, Chicago. JULIUS r. TATLOB, Editor and Publisher. Entered t lie Pot Office at Chicago, . ) &, as Secoad-clus Matter. MASONIC N0TE8. Freemasonry In the State chusetts. of MassaThe Masonic controversy that is now enine nn nhout the lecal statues of Freemasonry in the State of Massachusetts, It might be stated that after a careful Investigation of the matter we find that there are several regular and genuine Subordinate Lodges of Ancient, Free and Acce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 November 1904

v ft- WAS1GT08 LETTER 'ATTDMELZCTIOK' GOMX? OP ran . m JTATldKAXi CA-yppAT., THE noted spellbinder FeUttdaas of International Seputatioa oa Stump Campaign Strenaosity Telling the Presldent How They Did It ASHINGTON. Noted spellbinders who went up and down through the country during the presidential campaign just past are comparing notes oX their experiences . n n d the work they have performed is being reviewed by the leaders of the parties. There have been some notable examples of endurance and effective campaign work, but the palm for strenuous campaigning lies between Mr. Fairbanks and Speaker Cannon. Mr. Fairbanks has his reward, and that for "Uncle Joe" is for the future to determine. The speaker'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 Illinois statesman is 68 years of age, but he has made a record during t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 November 1904

imirrvm uMUhiLyMtaiS '9'WCTg?' vC i -VJ v r ,-r.Jw-7 -, Lega Weblv 4712 Arwwr areas. la ke aala rifMly recorerlHir from tfee aCect-of a succerfal operation performed on him at the Poet Graduate aespltaL J. H. Shrove was rejected captain of tke 33rd precinct In the second ward. Adam .Horn was the only Mplraat to oppose him and jhe made & vary poor showing. Hiss Lena Pickett, who Is very pop-1 ular In the society circles 01 uwcdi Side spent tnejirstuiTBe-attjra ui mo present week in taking In the sights at the World's iair In St Louis, Mo. .Mrs. James Clark; 4747 Dearborn street, who is an active worker and member oL St -Mark's church, 47th and State streets, is a warm friend of jthis paper. Justice Theodore C Mayer, who continues to lay It Into the crooks In ' and around the Chicago avenue Police Station, got on the outside of lots of turkeyand plenty of hard cider for his Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. Rev. Jv W: Robinson, 4752 Armour avenue, and the twins, returned borne thi...

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

--:-' 3i '' h i: v rr o r n !: i . 1 x ts. Vol. X CHICAGO, DKOEMBKH :. lOt. No. 6 a BBBBBBM -BBBBBBBBBBBBr BBBBBB I BbbbbbbB. X SsBbbbbV fSBBBBBBBBr V3Z!&'gK H3bBBBB JCZ&-P crrsaAa C"5bBB ' " BbbbbbbbW. V --BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBS BBBBBL BBBBBBmJW BBBBmBBBBBr .BBBT BBBBBBB . BBBBBBBfeBBBBBB r -JF-. mBBV C J-j- . BBBBBBflBWI BBBBBBBBBBBBte W te The Students Club of Brooklyn swiewed and the School Teachers incidentally Hit. BY OUR SPECIAL New York, Nov. 26, 1904. The Students Club o Brooklyn consists of a limited number of men -whose purpose is set forth In the name of their society. It is total.y unlike most organizations among us, in that, one is not elected' to membership on the ground of popularity or because he is a good fellow, each member must be both able and willing to contribute papers of approved ability and painstaking research. The club meets fortnightly on Thursdays at the, residence of our president, the Hon. Samuel R. Scottron. Among the members we...

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

rs,. ' - v : v- :y HE BROAD AX. t- . TawdaxMt X. WHl piece alaata aad at all pknldka tnu rtaciwaao!PeoettT.BtCaaoUea,rrotaatint8; Prtata.IsdU. Farmers. Slsgla Taxera, Sepvbltcass, KBifbta ot Labor, or htom Ite eanfitn their fxr.tolcmt aa their UnisTW ta proper aad refpoBsibUltrUSxed. "Tha Broad Ax la a aewiier ao platform la breed esoogb for anarer rlilmlwa; tha editorial riffct to apeak lta own slsd. Local conrmnnteailoos 'ill racarra attaetlon. Writ oaljroaose aide ozQm paper. BabecrlpttonsTXBBt ba paid In adTasea. Oft l6KfMM4HMlMl ,fcW 8tX MflntlUtaaaaa XaW JLflTertlriBffrtniidetaoTO oa application. THE- BROAD AX CBtt Armour Ireaae, Chicago. JUtTOB r. TATLOR, Editor and PnbUafcar. Mmttrei t the Peat Office at CUaga, $ Sas Sec J chu Matter. J ' .ui Death Claims Mrs. Eliza Brown, Saint Of Avondale. Sunday, the 20th day of November, A. D., 1904, from the beautiful suburb, Avondale, was the saintly life of Sirs'. Eliza Brown brought to a close. So fax as our human conceptions can adv...

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

2-r "1 .rr ,-v --. tip-- N5? L- wisHnreioN letter .soxx cmuuara oownp rxox . TIEB SATIOHAL CAPITAL. THE .COMING INAUGURATION Zt It Always a Kg Quadrennial Ja--bllee Two Hundred Thnymnd Strangers Are Expected Possible Cabinet Changes. A13H1NGTON. Washington is preparing for its quadrennial jubilee. The rest of the country elect the presidents, but the citizens Of the capital city claim the privilege of inaugurating . him in great style. From now until after the 4th of March the Inaugu ration committee will be one of the most important bodies In .the United States. There is great rivalry to secure the place of chairman of this committee, and also conspicuous positions upon it Denied the right of franchise, the citizens of the District of Columbia can only look on during the excitement of an election, but they come out strong when the people of the country send their president bere to be inaugurated. Mr. Charles C. Glover, a prominent real estate man and banker of the district, will he...

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

f!P!wi;?s - m OI33CJPS Mr. aniMtrs. J. W. Stealer. 1119 Clark street, Evanston, I1L, gave a dlaaer and a waist party in honor of their many friends, Thursday afterxtoon. and evening. Jir. and Mrs. PanIcy, Mr. and MrsNIchoIs, and Mr. and Mrs. James Clark, 4747 Dearborn St, were among their invited guests from Chicago. Booker T. Washington, Jr., the eldest son of the famous begger of Tuskegee, Ala. and Boston, Mass., wants to become a paymaster in the regular ( army, and the first one to sign his application for the position was nis dady, "who, it seems, does not want Lis son to earn his living by th sweat of his brow. Mrs. H. W. Knight, the devoted wife 6t Rev. H. W. Knight, pastor Friendship Baptist Chm-ch, passed, away the latter part of last week, and was buried from that church Sunday afternoon, Eev. John F. Thomas delivering the main funeral oration who was ably assisted by Rev. W. S. Brooks, and by many other servants of the Lord, Mrs. -Knight had lingered through a long spell ...

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

'" . 'e.z..' - . i 0( iiuu jsmm m u rn7 uv - t .- n i Vpl. X CHICAGO, DtEjfcEMiBEK. lO, 1904. No. r HEW TOJTHE LINE. D PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S ' LONG MESSAGE 10 CONGRESS He Is Silent On the Disfranchisement of the Negro -ah in the Tuseday in the presence of the members of both branches of Congress, Pres. Roosevelt's extraordinary long message -was read for the benefit of all the people, but owing to its great length, the chances are that the vast majority of the people will never read it in its entlrity. President Roosevelt takes a long 6tep forward on some questions which places him far in advance of the leaders of his party and if he is honest and sincere he cannot consistently Join hands with them, but he will be forced to assume an independent attitude on some of the questions or measures which he is desirous of incorporating into the creed of the Republican party. In his message he elaborates on "the right of the working men to organize labor unions, under modern industrial condi...

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

y - -is ' s - -. - a 1 f S?F ? THBBROAD AX. X. lit at fcrtMl-rm asms. FTlta T-tinr.ar aar lfc-reT.eo-G-ra tr lmeC- K"f TkoSreadAxie. e f or all. sn nt-snipea-iBi ,. - .. . . V laal -cawmaadmMama -will tcmIt wrHMeijr oq east mo oc paper. Om:ri Ht-st 1 yM to -d n, Oaa Year. MtMI WMtM' AiilIMiicgwasafaaowaeaayUeat1Mi. AdtnwlowrmniTrtnttinBtff TH BROAD AX ' JULICST. TATLOB, K-ttar and PsB&fcer. t tie Pest OfSce at CUeisa, .,, a Rev; W. H. Knlfht- Writes a Card ef Chicago. HL, Dec. 6th, 1904. Mr. Julius F. Taylor, Editor. The Broad Ax. Chicago, I1L Dear Sir: My children and myself deBire, through the columns of your journal to return a card of earnest and sincere thanks. 'First, to Dr. George C. HM and Dr. John W. Lewis, our emlaent physicians for their skillful prescriptions and generous visits, and to the Provident Hospital attendants for their tender care while my beloved wife was there, and to the members of Friendship Baptist Church and Sun day school Especially the Miss...

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

" r J& - - v WASHINGTON LEnER OUXXZXX OSCXPjnox XAXIOBJAL CAXXXAL. . THE COMING INAUGURATION It Is Always Kg Quadrennial JnWlee Two Mundred Tfceasaad Strangers Are Xxpected Possible Cabinet Changes. 'A8HINGTON: Vli W as! I a gtoa is preparing lor its :::?!? duadre&nlal Jubilee, Tie rest of the country elect the presidents, bat the citizens of the capital city claim the privilege of Inaugurating him in great .style. From now until after the 4th of March the Inaugu ration committee 'will be one of the moat important bodies in the United States. There is great, rivalry to secure the place 'of chairman of this committee, and also conspicuous positions upon it Denied the right of franchise, the citizens of the District of Columbia can only look on daring the excitement qf an- election, bat they come oat strong when the people of the country send their president here to be inaugurated. Mr. Charles C. Glover, a prominent real- estate man and banker of the district, ...

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

V S1 ZT'. - f I ... Sa "".) :' -.-A' Mrs. J. - Hockley Smiley, 67 East .. 22nd street, entertained many of her . friends Wednesday evening In honor ' of her birthday. N The Lewls-Cllnkscale -wedding oc1 curred on or about the 1st of November, but the Old Church Organ Is still dishing that affair up as lire news. Hon. Robert Redfleld, the"stralghtforward Attorney for the local Board . of Improvement, could if nominated .make a successful race for City Attorney of Chicago In 1905, Mrs. Hattle Jarvls, 4840 Greenwood avenue, left Tuesday f or the Eastern part of Pennsylvania, where she will spend the next three weeks In visiting with her friends. CoL Robert T. Motts was In evidence Monday night at Music Hall and drank In the unsurpassed music which emanated from S. Coleridge-Taylor and, his star assistants. The Monarch Buffet and Restaurant, 167 E. Randolph street, just west of La Salle street, which Is under the management of Cerveny and Bewersdorf. Is fast becoming the popular resort ...

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

-'JT S . Jl HEW TO THE l.iE. Vol. X CHICAGO. DBCEMBEU IT". 1904. No. ' B Aw KH rmimm B oSmimimr miHmimimimimV yBEHH Hf lisSmiiSB -s?cj.Mf 9ABBBk. l HH I SHi VH, ESsmsmSr HSHftk fiE9H 9HV . 3TmSr y tBM yHr x . mmmw - SBBsmMS .SjmSBmBBT VJSSBH7 HHmSBBmSBW H4BBHf . TSBBmw- ""i mB, vBSBBbWi BBBBBBBfeW. Revs. Abraham Lincoln Murray, Archibald James Carey And The Broad Ax Within the past two or three mouths many of the members of Bethel Church and others who always attend services there, have repeatedly declared in our presences that "What hag been said In the columns of this paper in the past in refernce to the unminlstertal conduct of Rev. Abraham Lincoln Murray, is the adsolute truth and by his, late actions in connection with Bethel Church Rev. Murray has proven himself to be much j blacker than he has ever been nalnted in the columns of the Old Church Organ or The Broad Ax." Many of the good morals saints who affiliate with this particular church who have not sufficient backbone to s...

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

-. r- 8? (5 HT r THE BROAD AX. t PUBLISHED WEEKLY. "Win proinnlcta and at all Umea wphold the tnu principle of Dcaoeraer. Trot CMboUct. Protectant, Prleata. InflrteU. Farmer. 81n!e Taxsra, Bepobll'cans, Knlghta of Labor, or any oaa elM cam hare their ear. aolonffaa. their Ungraiga la proper ana recposilollltr ! fixed. The Broad Ax la a nevapapervhoee platform U broad ecoash for all, aver claiming the editorial light to speak lu own mind. Local eomntmlcatlona vtll recelre attention. write oni on one aice 01 use paper. SnbacrlpUona nut be paid In adranee. One Year 12.00 8lx Month! ....... . LOO AdTertldnsratea made known on application. Addreea all communication to THE BROAD AX 6010 Armour ATenaft, Chicago. JULIUS r "taTLOB, Kdltormnd Pnblliher. Entered y the Post Office t Chicago, Hi j as Second-class Matter. A Timely Warning. To give a warning is a sign of love. "Who "warns like a mother, and -who Joves like, a mother; your mother is perhaps gone, and yonr father Is gone, let 'me ta...

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

-' - "r --r- - WASHINGTON GOSSIP 33MELY TA.TUJSQS FBOX THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. PRESIDENTS LITTLE JOKE Has Elevated the Bench" Supreme Court Justices May Eetire I Some Possible Changes in Senate Committees. .ASHINGTON. President Roosevelt jocularly' claims that he has done much to elevate the bench. He does not claim that this is due so much to his appointments as to the fact that hi3 candidacy at vari ous times nas resulted in taking men off the bench. The other day he met Judge Richards, whom he appointed some time ago as a federal circuit judge, and after receiving the latter's congratulations on his victory, he laughingly said: "Well, judge, I have certainly been the means of elevating the bench In my career." "Why, how Is that?" asked the Judge. "Well, you see I have been the means of taking several men off it, and then I have placed you upon it." Tho men who left the bench on account of Sir. Roosevelt, were Judge Parker, Judge Van Wyck and Judge Herrick, all of New York, and all ...

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

hmpuhji - bwpw '--,? - , '"-'iinKHvrs : "5r Rer. Mrs. M. W. Wolf, of Waycross; Ga., lias become one of the m&ny new readers of The feroad Ax The ladles of "the S. S. S. Whist Club will entertain their husbands at a priie whist party, Thursday evening, Dec. 27th at the residence of Mrs. Jas. Townsend, 435 E. 35th-St Justice Theodore C. Mayer, owing to his straight forward conduct and up to date buslenss methods places him at the head of the Justices of the Peace of Chicago. Justice John Fitzgerald Is still nalng the waves In the Stock Yards dis trict, and at all times each prisoner f brought before him receives just what is coming to him. Mrs. J. T. Robinson, 450 35th St, has been confined to her home through sickness for the past two weeks, but under the watchful care of f Dr. George C. Hall, she is on the road to recovery. The Phyllis Wheatly Woman's Club will meet with Mrs. W. M. Toler, 4129 Michigan Av., Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 21st A fine literary and musical progr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 December 1904

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 December 1904

-"" I THE BROAEfc AX. 7UBLISDED .X. wm preBilcU and at all UMa ?kaJe!tk ton TiselDlM ot Daatoener. tat OHteUas. rrotaatkBta. .PxiasSa. laSd!. sneera. Statl Taut, BapsbttSkSS 5aaVS2a ftg-io ZT.,,- -JL-d Tha Broad .Lx la a awaiimiiii ahiaa clcafaeai bread eoontfifor all. Ter rlrtofc advert rlefct to epaak lta asm atfsd. Iteal 'eomaralcstiQaa will raaatra ftn oelj on on eua oi aba papar. SmbscrtpUona mast ba paid la adrasaa. Ona Tear HIT WWtlHl lmMMIWMl H-eo ..... i.80 AdTarttate ntaa mada knows ca appUaatlos. -Addzaaa all eeesBtutleaUoes to - THS UROAD AX GM0 Atatmr Arcana, Ofclaato. JULIUS Y. TAYLOB, .Editor ad?BbUaar. Eatefcd t Ac Pert Office at Ckkags, ) Q.,, as Sexsatf-dta Matter. "WAR ON SOUTH ENDED." President Does Not Support Plan to Cut Representation in Congress. Reduction of the southern represen tation in Congress' has followed tariff revision into the subcellar of the Re publican party, where it will remain with other political Junk created by the Republican National Conve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 24 December 1904

K -- ,' X -- 1 .'"i. "s i N ; ST . mmmammm IHHt.asp v ap sw m m I I M4. a a. PRESIDENTS ' LITTLE - JOKE Aerated 'tW SeacV'-ftapsem. Cmrt Jwtiees'Xay Xetire T leaeZeerthle Changes U .- - - -SeatCosiinlttesaV .ASHINGTON. President Roosevelt jocularly claims that he has done much to elevate the 'bench. He does not claim that this Is due so much to his appointments as to the fact that his candidacy at vari ous times has resulted In taking men off the bench. The other day he met Judge Richards, whom he appointed some time ago as a federal circuit judge, and after receiving the latter's congratulations on his victory, he laughingly said: "Well, Judge, I have certainly been the means of elevating the bench In my career." "Why, how Is that?" asked the judge. "Well, you see I have been the means of taking several men off It, and then I have placed you upon It" The men who left the bench on account of Mr. Roosevelt, were Judge Parker, Judge Van Wyck and Judge Herrlck, all of New York, and all...

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