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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 24 December 1904

t. " VI .. rBMmaaaaanaaBnaaaBBBBanatBasasBasssssaassaisssBa m - m ffr tfcr ? - S. A. T. Watldas leaves for jpln--'cinsatl, O., "Monday saomlng; -where he wiH spend several niays la the la 'terest of. ine K. P.'s. . Mrs. Carrie 7aroer, 5223 Dearborn street .will eat her Christmas dinner la fit Louis, Mo, with her mother and sister. Alderman William ,J. Moran, will have no tronble In being returned to .the City Council next spring from the 19th "Ward. James A. Qninn, City Sealer, of Chi cago, left Tuesday evening for West Baden and the East and ho will do absent until the first of the NewTear. James B. McDonald who Is already a dead one, E. M. Cummlngs, J. A. Heamey and one or two other politi cians of more or less note, are the leading candidates for aldermanic honors in the 30th Ward. Alderman William H. Ehemann. has in the past acted fair with all his constituents In the 24th Ward, and next spring they "propose to return him to the City Council without oppo sition. Dr. Daniel H. Wi...

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. — 31 December 1904

HEW TO THE LINE. Vol. X The Ninth Anniversary Edition of The Broad ti Still Looking Backward October 29, 1904, The Broad Ax completed its ninth year in the Joui nalistic world Nine years ago or more properly speaking, the 3lst o. August, 1895, we began its publication in Salt Lake City. Utah, and con tinued to do so each week until June 1, 1899, then we discontinued its pub lication there and removed to this great metropolis, wheie we had foim erly resided for seven years prior to 1895, and fcegn its publication here in this city July 15, 1899, and from that time to the present it has made its appearance each week. "Within one week from the time our little journal made its fiist appear ance in that far away western city, which Is located midway between Denver and San Francisco, tie Abia ham Lincoln Colored Republican club met and its members, after long winded speeches on their part, passed a resolution "denouncing us an enemy and a black-hearted traitor to the race, for presuming t...

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. — 31 December 1904

New Year's Eve By MILDRED M'NEAL Trysl ;t of the Old Year and the New! Come from the With briefly clasping hands these two Pass here amid the frost and rime. There is no word of destinies Of errors past or coming fears, Yet each reads in the other's eyes The record of uncounted years. Ohio Farmer. - r" ,-12C - - ' l-- H rS2e' j. Mis A New-Year's StoRV. '.u-gy" f Desire Drummond was writing the first entry in her new diary, for it was New Year's cay. She had opened the little book with a queer sense of unac quaintedness and hesitation. She al ways felt that way about opening a new diary, she told Rnxy. the cat. "I feel as if I'd ought to be introduced to it. Roxy." she lauched softly. "When you've written in the old one 365 times summered and wintered with it and told it how bad your rheumatism was. you feel at home and real intimate with it But when you open a creaky new one that won't stay open, but keeps shutting up as if it didn't want anything to do with you or your rheumatism w...

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. — 31 December 1904

ANNUAL REPORT OF MISSION WO IN SESSION AT GALESBURG, To the Bishop of the 4th Episcopal District and Members of the Iowa Conference: Rt Reverend Sir and Brethren: I rejoice that God has again granted to me the pleasure of presenting for your consideration the annual report of my missionary work. As usual this record of the past year embraces not only my services la the church as generally understood, but also the official phase of my work as a Probation Officer, dealing with dependent and delinquent children ot the Juvenile Court of Cook County. This work has been fully described in my previous report. From these reports you know that my duties bring me in cantact with the officers and Inmates of the various charitable penal and reformatory institutions of the city, county and state. My field of labor broadens as the years go by, and most surely does God reveal to me that "The Harvest is White." At His command I have thrust in the sickle to reap as best 1 could. In Chicago alone I h...

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. — 31 December 1904

THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Will promnleate and at all times nphnld the trui PriodpleentDemncracr, but Catholic. Protestants, rlet. Infidel. Farmer. Single Taxera, Republi cans. Knight of Labor, or any one aire can tare their say. solans; their language la proper ana responsibility It fixed. The Brnid Ax It a newspaper whose pUtfonn It broad enouph for all. rer claiming: the editorial right to speak lis own mind. Local communication will recalre attention. Writs only on one tide of the paper. Subscription! must be paid in ad ranee. On Tear 13.00 Six Months LOO Adrettlsinc rate made known on application. Address all communications to THE. BROAD AX 600 Armour Amine, Chicago. JULIUS F TAYLOB, Editor and PnbUtber. Entered -t the Pott Office at Chicago, i IL, as Second-class Matter. CHICAGO'S GREAT NEED A NEW CHARTER. by Frank D. Comerfonl. At the last session of the Illinoi legislature an amendment to the con sisted of about seventy delegates from the principal business and civic or...

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. — 31 December 1904

'THE HEALTH OR THE SANITARY CONDITION OF THE NEGRO IN CHICAGO. By Doctor George C. Hall. Ladies -and Gentlemen: In attempting to address myself to the subject, "The Health of the Negro in Chicago," there at once opens be fore me a theme deserving of larger notice that there is time at my dis posal. In consideration of this most Impor tant subject, health, I call your atten tion to the fact that in Chicago, the one city of the United States, that prides itself upon its low morality, the Negro death rate is more than double the death rate of the -whites. This condition of Itself should not only alarm the Negroes, but all other classes of citizens. It not only ap peals to the thoughtful Negro, but to his friends and neighbors in all sec tions of the country where he resides. The measures adopted to eradicate the cause of the rapid depletion of the ranks of any class of citizens should be the concern of all. That the death rate of the Negro in Chicago has been on the increase, is a fact...

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. — 31 December 1904

SOME OF THE AIMS AND THE OB JECTS OF THE COLORED WOMEN'S 20TH CENTURY PENNY CLUB OF CHICAGO. By Mrs. Fanny Ralston. Do we need such an organization as the Colored Women's 20th Cenutry Penny Club? This will be left for the mass to answer. It is one of the ways for ns to help ench other and also to help ourselves. It is one of the ways to help our children. One of the strange features with our people Is that we have patterned after our su perior brother in every way but one or two, and these are the things that we .need most. With the exception of an education, he has seen the need of this, but he does not execute it like his brother. It seems that we cannot make up our minds that two hundred can do more than one hun dred, and this means that we have not learned thai organizations is the road to wealth and success. The second is that we have not learned to wait till we have the finance before we attempt high living. which would naturally seem that we were putting the cart before the h...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 31 December 1904

T " i m ii Its 10 Past Year t i' Rujjo-Japantjt War J Feb. 6-Diplomatic relations severed by action of Japan. o Japan wins flrst naval engagement. Issues official statement setting 197 of crew Inst fix) Russians frozen to death crossing Lake Balka 17 Julian agrees to MARSHAL OYAMA. H.i note IS Russia issues proc.ama. ion dei-.anr.g she was unpre pared f-r war t'harges Japan with treachery 19 3.W0 Russians drowi ed by breaking trough He on I-ake lt.iik.il 21 In pre.iminarj )a!u river battles 2.100 Russians arc killed 22 Four Russian torpedo boat destroers taken by Japs 2? Russian torpedo boat sunk. Port Ar thur Mar 1 Japan denies Russia's charges. sav- lng Russia forced war i Two Jap cruisers sunk oft Vladivostok. 11 Russia and Japan each iose torpedo boat in Port Arihur battle Apr 13 Russian battleship Petropavlovsk sunk off Port Arthur, mm of crew drowned. Ineludirg Vice Admiral Maka roff and Va-sili Vcresichagln H Skrydloff suec.-eds Makaroff. In com mand uf lt'ack sea lleet 15 Ru...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 31 December 1904

Humming Wires. Herr Bock, of Babenhausen, in Ger- i many, has been carrying en observations Morris lookP.1 In and ul "c """U"db 01 leiegrapn acu iele- phone wires. The humming of wires 1 running east and west is said to presage a fall of temperature often ten or more hours in advance of the thermometer. The humming of wires running north and south advises a rise in temperature almost alwas several hours in advance of the thermometer. Hon. Ed. H. said "It might have been." Dr. Schultz says "God forgive them, the leopard cannot cange Its spots." Dr. Mary Waring Is pending the hol idays with her relatives In Louisville, Ky. The Appomattox Club entertained its friends at a Cotillion last even ing. Society was out In force. Mr. William Carroll is spending the holiday week with his father in Cleveland, Ohio. The Phyllis Wheatly Woman's Club will receive New -Year's Day at ; the home of Mrs. Jessie Johnson, 4847 i Armour avenue. Dr. A. L. Smith, 3530 Dearborn street, County Physician prese...

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. — 7 January 1905

- I 2 - ' . - . -j. ji .- ' - T. HUW TO TELE LINE. Vol. The Ninth Anniversary Edition of The Broad Ax Reached High Water Mark in Negro Journalism. It Is freely admitted by all those who are capable of reading and pass in judgment on the artistic con struction of newspapers that "The Ninth Anniversary Edition of Tne Broad Ax," was by far the finest newspaper ever gotten up or pub lished In the Interest of the Afro American race in this city." Its num erous readers are enchanted with it, and they are sending many copies of it to their friends In ell parts of the country. They have been astonished at the fine, quality of book paper used in Its construction. Their admiration for it may Increase when they learn that "the Aberdeen book paper, which it was printed on was bought from the J. W. Butler Paper Company, and it cost five and three quarter cents per pound, one thousand pounds or five reams were used for the occasion, and In orde to save three per cent discount on each dollar the b...

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. — 7 January 1905

Ik; 2f I THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED WEEKLT. Win promnlgtto and at aU time gpfcnld the traa principle ot Democracy, bnt Cstfconca, Frotwtina, Prierta. Infidel. Fanner, Single Tszsn, Bepsbll caaa.Kslsbta of labor, or any on alaa caabaTe ttxatr aar.aoloxtffaa their liBcnag laproparasd rarposnbtUty la fixed. . t Tba Broad Ax la a newspaper vaoae platform la broad eoongti for all. rer claiming tba ditozlal light to apeak Ita own mind. , Local communications vlll teeelre attention. Write only on one tide of tae paper. BubecrlpUons jam be paid In adranee. One Tear S2.00 Six Montaa LOO Adrertiaing ratee made known on application. Address all commnnlcatlnns to THE. BROAD AX 600 Armour Arenne, Chicago. JULIUS F. TATLOE, Editor and PublUner. Entered t the Pott Office at Chieage, - ) &., as Secoad-c!aa Matter. WHAT WINS? A great many parents hare Inquired of me how to win their children, they say they have talked with them, and sometimes they have scolded them and have lectured them, and signa...

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. — 7 January 1905

V 4 I lUMLML WASHINGTON SOCIETY TJHCEB- IAIN WHEBE-TO HOLD IT. Mm ice HOUSE ARISTOCRACY" IN Booster That Invaded the Capitol The Swayne Impeachment Trial President's Buckwheat and losses. ASHINGTON. - In view of the contro- versy that has axis- cu a iuace in which to hold the inaugural ball some good people are advocating that this part of the in auguration festivi ties be abandoned. This would be a striking Innovation, as the induction into office of a president has been cele brated by dancing from time Imme morial. In fact, the records show that onlj at Washington's first inaugural and at those of Thomas Jefferson, An drew Jackson and R. B. Hayes, a ball has always been given. Justjirior to the celebration of Washington's second in auguration in Philadelphia the follow ing tard was issued which serves as au thority for this form of inaugural func tions: The members of the senate and of the house of representatives of the Unit ed States are respectfully invited to a ball on the 4th...

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. — 7 January 1905

VJ--S ' i- " V f- 'i ." Major John C Buckner -was strictly In it Monday night dnrinff the Cbarifr Ball at-Jhe First Regiment Armory. The gallant Major devoted all his at tention to Miss "White nee Mrs. 'Wharton, who wore an elegant fiery red dress and a beautiful broad rim med red hat. Miss White is very vo luptuous In appearance, with enchant ing manners, and she so charmed the handsome Major that he was willing to" dance, and walk all night around the hall with her in order to receive her smiles, which caused him to ex claim in a low voice: "Way down in my heart I've a feelln for you," and IHm "willing to give up bachelor life for you if you will only consent to become my darling bride. President Roosevelt has appointed W.-Hall Harris postmaster of Balti more, Md. Mr. Harris Is an old time Democrat who does not know that Jer ferson Davis has been dead for many years, and The Afro-American Ledger whose supposed editor lsa slavish time server, in speaking of that ap pointment has th...

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. — 14 January 1905

"jm,- "" mM&i,WHil'W blevv rr i' ii l: . i iv k. Vol. ix: CHICAGO, J-A.IVCTVliN 14. 1905. IVo. IS ,11 lmMM -SSBBBSV bbbbbbI bsbbbbbW bbbbV rssBBBsv ssssB ESbsbbbV bsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbi ySEh IbsbbbbV B t3"a- bsbbbbWx ssssssL ssssssssw JB. I IsssmX A r iH.r pw ZV " IssssWx bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbs" sbbbbbbBw. bw? HfHkp TbbbbbbWv " vBBBBBBBBBw vBBBCBBVv vbsbbbbbbbbbb V fe ft.' HOT VERY IAM BOOKS Are Found in the Homes of the Wealthy or the Represent ative Afro-Americans Resid ing in Ghicago. Within the past five and a half years It has been our good fortune to visit the homes of the vast majority of the wealthy or the representative Afro Americans of Chicago. Homes in which wealth, culture and elegance abides It has been our pleasure to permit our extra large country feet to sink into Wilton and other expen sive carpets and rugs which cost from three to ten dollars per yard. Numer ous times we have squatted down in richly carved upholstered chairs which did not cost one cent le...

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. — 14 January 1905

J he- nr '&? Is- J r i& ? B THE BROAD AX rUBUSHO WJUULLT. Will prosrele J a: all aoee jM trtu principles otDuancracy,birtCsaoUca,rioeinta, Prterte. Iofldele, inner. Blade Taxera, Bepabit eaoa. Enlghla of Labor, or aayese alt can tiara their ear. eolOBrae thetr linguae laproparaad responsibility U fixed. The Broad Ax It a newspaparwaoee platform la brntd eoonrh for elVTr ctHmlng the editorial right to speak Its otrpalad. e Local eoainronleattoos will. recatT attention. Wrtta oalr on one aide of the paper. SnbacrlpUoui moat be paid la adraaee. One Tear f2J Six Month! - AdrerUrinf rate made known on application. Addreae alleasisntnteatians to THE. BROAD AX GM0 Xrsaonr Arcane, Chicago. JULIUS W. TATLOB, Editor and Publisher. Eatotd it tie Pest Office at CkJeftfB, i It, as Secoad-dus Hitter. Thibetan. Sopsrstitien. queer bit of Thibetan superstltloa came to light when the much-talked-of treaty between Thibet and England was drawn up. The powers at T.hassa refused to sign the firs...

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. — 14 January 1905

: STJfrarj " " Salfe a; F W f WAsxnrfTos 6cTMT-Tnr(nEs- TAI WHERE TO SOLD H. - "ARISTOCRACY, IN JTOUSE Xooster That- Invaded the Capitol The Swayne Impeachment Trial President's Buckwheat and Timseg. ASHINGTON. In Tlew of the contro versy that has aris en over a place in "which to hold the Inaugural ball some good people are advocating that this part of the in auguration festivi ties be abandoned. This -would be a striking innovation, as the induction into office of a president has been cele brated by dancing from time imme morial. In fact, the records show that only at Washington's first inaugural and at those of Thomas Jefferson, An drew Jackson and R. B. Hayes, a ball has always been given. Just prior to the celebration of Washington's second in auguration in Philadelphia the follow ing card was issued which serves as au thority for this form of inaugural func tions: "The members of the senate and of the house of representatives of the Unit ed States are respectfully Invited to a...

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. — 14 January 1905

HS. i r.- I 't I f - I iR CHIPS. Mrs. Abbs, L.Newby. 2628 Wabash ayanne, has two nicely farnlslied rooms -hlth she -will rent reasonably tOBiarried couples or to single gentle jnen. Alderman Silas P. Leachman, who wffl be Te-elected to the city council . tois spring from the 27th ward, has recovered from his severe spell ol sickness and he is again able to hus tle for his constituents. Col Noah D. Thompson presented his better half, Mrs. Thompson, with a New Year's present consisting of a ' solid sliver back hair brush, comb and -mirror, with her monogram engraved on each article. Hon. Frank D. Comerford, as chair man of the Steering Committee in the legislature at Springfield, 111., is In a position to perform valuable service In behalf of the new charter for the CityJ of Chicago. Alderman Bill Dever, is thinking 'about becoming a candidate for Ma)'- or of Chicago, but if he should get the nomination he would have no more show In being elected than a colored man has in going to hea...

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. — 21 January 1905

i 11 , ft H E 'W TO T II K I "V K. Vol. CHICAG(),JANUAR til. 1905, No. IS i !. Press Comments On the Ninth Anniversary Edi tion of The Broad Ax. The Broad Ax, of Chicago, does Its self great credit In Its most beautiful Ninth Anniversary issue, which con tains the cuts of some of Chicago's race leaders of both sexes. Long may The Broad Ax live to be wielded for the good of the race and the benefit of mankind. The Star, Newport News, Va. The ninth anniversary edition of The Chicago Broad Ax contains the ftaest lot of half-tone portraits, we have seen outside the leading maga zines. The persons pictured are some of the leading professional and busi ness Afro-American people of that great city. The Broad Ax enjoys the distinction of being the leading, if not the only race paper which supports the Democratic party. Typographical ly It Is par excellence, and whether or not we agree with its policy we are bound to say it Is a real credit to the race, and always speaks out boldly and Intel...

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. — 21 January 1905

-" w 7rSPv s . n f fr 1 h I r THE BROAD AX. , POBLXSKXD WISELY. WW prosanlcata and at all ttaaa pfcaM tha tem prtmllMofD oeraer.bat OMboto.riemrinU, Pzlaata, lofldala. rsraen, Stasia Taxara, Eapmbll- tiasir aajr.aolonjaa tbair Uacaac proparand raayosalblUtr fixed. Tka Broad Axis a nawipaparwBoaa pUBwIi broad eoonrta for all, arar claiming tha aditorUl rlgat to apeak lta own Hind, a, Laeal eotnaonleaUoca will reeetra attantton. Wrlta only on ona aida ox tfca papar. ' BabacripUona msit be paid In adTanaa. Oaa Tear 81c KontBJ 1-09 AdrertlsiBC rata made known on application. At fa eat alleommanleaUoai to THJC BROAD AX KMO Armour Arenna, Chicago. ,SSi(BH or toor, or aojoaa aiaa wiun JULIUS T TAYLOR, rdltar and PnbUiaar. Entered t the Peat Office at CUcage, IL as eeaad-diss Matter. a a - PHYLLIS WHEATLEY ANNUAL RE PORT. The Phyllis Wheatley Home Asso ciation, held its annual election of offi cers Tuesday, January 10, at which time the following officers were re elected for the ensuing yea...

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. — 21 January 1905

-; TMr - ' 1 i V WJS1IM LETTER KA5S POS R1SV.LBW STAND TO INATJGTrjtAIi PARADE. STORIES ABOUT SOLONS. The City Displaying Hucb, Interest in Arrangements for Next March Public Hen Criticised Other "national Capital Gossip. ASHINGTON. The Inaugural com mittee that is pre paring to make the 4th of next March memorable in the history of Wash ington is discussing some new ideas re garding the cele bration of PresI d e n t Roosevelt's inauguration. One of these ideas is a reform in the matter of reviewing standB from which the general public that cares to pay one dollar or two dollars for seats can view the splendid Inaugural parade. The proposition now being considered is to use the ellipse Just south of the white house. This is an oval shaped plat of ground, many acres in extent, and around which runs a broad macadam ized driveway. It is proposed to erect a stand completely around this ellipse in the form of an amphitheater. At one point in it would be the grand stand, where the preside...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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