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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 21 January 1905

Vi "The hands of Superstition have always been at the throat of Liberty." Ex. Mrs. Dave Jenkins, 4764 Dearborn street, has for the past week been confined to her home from Illness dm she Is slowly regaining her health. A. Jno. Thomas, M. D. V., formerly of this city, and now a practicing vet erinary of Lexington, spent a few days here last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pendleton ot St. Lonls, spent Sunday and Monday in Chicago, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brown and brother of 3226 5th avenue. Attorney Timothy J. Fell, Suite 807 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., is a polished gentleman, a high class law. yer and the leaders of the Democratic party would honor themselves by nom inating him for City Attorney of Chicago. Carl J. Turner, 364 27th street, who has been In rather poor health for the last three or four months. Is spending the winter in Memphis; Tenn., with relatives and friends and he is greatly Improving in health. Alderman John H. Jones, who is ever ready to befriend worthy Afro ...

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. — 21 January 1905

"The hands of Superstition have always been at the throat of Liberty." Ex. 'Mrs. Dare JenklnB, 4764 Dearborn Btreet, has for the past week been confined 'to her home from Illness out Bhe Is Blowly regaining her health. A. Jno. Thomas, M. D. V., formerly of this city, and now a practicing vet erinary of Lexington, spent a. few days here last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pendleton ot St. Louis, spent Sunday and Monday In Chicago, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brown and brother of 3226 5th avenue. Attorney Timothy J. Fell, Suite 807 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Is a polished gentleman, a. high class law yer and the leaders of the Democratic party would honor themselves by nom inating him for City Attorney of Chi cago. Carl J. Turner, 364 27th street, who has been In rather poor health for the last three or four months, is spending the winter In Memphis; Tenn., with relatives and friends and he Is greatly improving in health. Alderman John H. Jones, who Is ever ready to befriend worthy Afr...

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. — 21 January 1905

I- "The hands of Superstition have always been at the throat of Liberty." Ex. Mrs. Save Jenkins, 4764 Dearborn street, has for the past week been confined to her home from illness out she is slowly regaining her health. A. Jno. Thomas, M. D. V., formerly of this city, and now a practicing vet erinary of Lexington, spent a few days here last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pendleton ot St. Louis, spent Sunday and Monday in Chicago, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brown and brother of 322G 5th avenue. Attorney Timothy J. Fell. Suite 807 Chamber of Commerce Bids., is a polished gentleman, a high class law. yer and the leaders of the Democratic party would honor themselves by nom inating him for City Attorney of Chi cago. Carl J. Turner, 364 27th street, who has been in rather poor health for the last three or four months, is spending the winter In Memphis, Tenn., with relatives and friends and he is greatly improving in health. Alderman John H. Jonest who is ever ready to befriend worthy Afr...

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. — 28 January 1905

rv .. 3S-)-? """ts. - aaaaaLaLmLmLaH aaLmBaha ssflaaW . - : - 1 I. BLEW TO THE LINE. .aaLLBalaaHaaLaaaaaaaar vh. I c eaaaavTlaaaa F .SSiSHBBk. sLlryMBr aSelBa9CaaaaaMk. v'r if annnHnnv. Vol. X Booker T. Washington Refused Hotel Accomodation at Wichita, Kansas. Two of the Wizard's best White Friends in the South came near heaving him from the rear end of a Pullman Palace Car. Prof. Booker T. Washington, the world renowned wizard of Tuakegee, Ala., has had a wonderful experience the past ten days, and his stock as the modern Moses or leader of ten mil lion people has greatly depreciated. The most severe Jolt received by him was at Wichita, Kans., "where he was not permitted to stop In any hotel In that strongly Republican city, and for the first time In many years In the North, Bast or West he was forced to seek accommodations among his own race and people. The refusal of the hotels to accommodate him cast a dampness over his visit, through "bleeding Kansas," and at the same time he w...

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. — 28 January 1905

BSfc. KjW. LsH -PLssw 525sise bsLssw " ssss ass"! vs vvl jA 5l a : IVt I - II- W r cr I- t Ifr l J : VoL Booker T. Washington Refused Hotel Accomodation at Wichita, Kansas. Two of the Wizard's best White Friends in the South came near heaving him from the rear end of a Pullman Palace Car. Prof. Booker T. Washington, the world renowned wizard of Tnskegee, Ala., has had a wonderful experience the past ten. days, and his stock as the modern Moses or leader of ten mil lion people has greatly depreciated. The most severe jolt received by him was at Wichita, Kans., where he was not permitted to stop in any hotel in that strongly Republican city, and for the first time in many years in the North, East or West he was forced to seek accommodations among his own race and people. The refusal of the hotels to accommodate him cast a dampness over his visit, through "bleeding Kansas," and at the same time he was painfully reminded that It Is Impossible for him to travel throughout the length and ...

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. — 28 January 1905

THE BROAD AX. 4 PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WBl prosiuliate and at all time vpkold the tnu prteoipl of Democracx.trat Cuteolloa, riiifaarinn, Prteata. InfldaU. Xaraiers, Btacla Taxara, BpsbU casa, KBlfbta ot Later, or asyoaa alaa can tiara their aar.aoloocaa ttelr laagaac U proper and ratpaskiUUtr li fixed. Tfea Broad Axta a aavtpaperw&aaa pUttornla broad aoonsti (or all, arar claiming tha editorial right to apeak Ha own mind. Looal communications will racalra attention. writs only on one alda of tae paper. Bmbecrlptlona scat be paid in adruae. One Tear IS.CO Six Koalas. LOB AdrerUslnr rates nade known on application. Addraaa aUcoaranalcatlorn to THE BROAD AX 8049 Armour ATatraa, Chicago JULIUS 7 TATLOB, Editor and PabUOer. Eatered t lite Pect Office at Chkags, IE .fUSecsod-dua Matter. The Booklovers' Magazine for Febru ary, 1905. The Booklovers Magazine Is em phatically a magazine of the hour, with this advantage; its articles do not only reflect the passing vogne, but they are, in many ...

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. — 28 January 1905

BM"B 99i gawm t&Jttm.mi' "' i-- I it l r WASRINGTOH LETTER 2LAJTS '70S SXTZZW 8TAHD 70S rKAiraxAii pakade. STORIES ABQUT SOLONS. The City Displaying Much. Interest in Arrangements for Kext March Public Men 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 Presl d e n t Roosevelt's inauguration. One of these ideas is a reform in the matter of reviewing stands 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 ...

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. — 28 January 1905

frijc j." ' "Mrs. LeoBarii Lewis has gone south ' for a visit to her old nomstead. Mrs. J. I. Parks is still confined to her home on account of a sore foot. Joseph H. Hudlun, -who has charge of the Chicago Board of Trade build ing; saves "his earnings and he can always place his hand on a nice bank rolL , v. Miss Fannie Barnes, the highly ac complished daughter of Attorney Barnes, of Detroit, Mick is having a three weeks' visit with her friend Mrs. Jacob I Park, S165 State street Yon will meet the "Dahomlan Queen," and make a fuss over her -at the Masquerade Ball given by In ner Circle of Crispus Attacks Club, " Central Hall. Feb. 6th. N. Clark Smith and Prof. Hill. "You are welcome as the flowers in May" because "every little bit helps" at the Inner Circle of Crispus Attack's Masquerade Ball, Central Hall, Feb. 6th. N. Clark Smith and V. L. Hill That's all! Mrs. Horace Clinton, 444 State street, who la quite a worker In se cret society circles, is a warm admirer of The Broad Ax and...

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. — 4 February 1905

It i il 1 hew to the LIN.E. Vol. CHICAGO, FEBRUARY 4. 1905. IVo. 15 jM Kr JL. I iBFyPBffy u George W. Williams' History of the Negro Race In America And other Literary Productions Which Should Find Their Way Into the Homes of All . Afro-Americans. Not very long ago -while Ihe writer was In conversation with one of the leading Afro-American business men of this city who is willing to spend much of his time in a effort to fam ilarize his friends with the latest dance, and he will give up much of his valuable time in order to Instruct his married male friends how to Bpruce up real nice whenever they feel like doing a little side-stepping; but during our long conversation with this particular, bright business man of the race, who is ot the opin ion that "he knows more than all the other colored people put together," we were astonished to learn that he had never read nor heard of "George W. Williams' History of The Negro Race in America," it caused our warm blood to run cold to hear our ...

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. — 4 February 1905

THE BROAD AX. , TUBttSBXD WZXLKXT. . Win prtaanlcmte tad st all tisea pbold tie trw prtaelplea of Democracy, bat CasboUca. ricitaatints, Prlata,Isfldala,FarHera, Single Taxsra, BapabU cam, Knlctttt ot Labor, or aayoaa elM caafcaTS their aar.aolooraa tbetr laasvac U proper eod TerpoKtbtlltylf fixed. TbeBroadAxla oevipsperwboee platform U broad esoufli for all, erer dalmtng the editorial right to apeak ltt own amlnd. aj, Iteal comnrenlcatione vtU reealre attantion. Write only on one aide ol tike paper. BnbecripUoai tnsst be paid in adTsnee. Ona Tear Six Months t-fiO AdrertldBc ratea made knovn on application. Addreat alfcoramnTiltitlnrn to THE BROAD AZ SMD Armour Arexrae, Chicago. JTJUC8 F, TATLOB, Editor and Publisher. Entered M Ike Port Office at Chicago, IS. , as Secoad-daas Hatter. Descriptive. Flora You know I've been so anx ious to hear from that friend of mine who la on such an interesting trip to South Africa. Dora Yes. "Well, I've had a long letter from her and all she Bays i...

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. — 4 February 1905

. - a ? r WASHINGTON GOSSIP AX TXTMXMnXQ uetter roox TSZ SAXXOXAL CASUAL. THROUGH STATUARY HALL Tt Contains Effigies of Many f the Nation's Great Xen Grosvenor Kghting Tariff Keviaion Other Capital Botes. ASHINQTON. SUtuaxy hall la the capital la growing more and more Into a na tional Valhalla, where the effigies of great men of va rious states appear marble and bronze, i The late Senator John J. Ingalls Is the last to be rep resented in this group of illustrious men, a fine Ita lian marble statue of the wit, sa- tiristaad statesman having been dedicated a short time ago. Each state la entitled to place for two of its noted sons and when the complement is filled the old- house of representatives, now known as Statuary hall, will resemble an art gallery. It is now Illinois' turn to present an other statue and this she will do by honoring the memory and history of one of her most noted daughters, Mls Frances E. Wlllard, the great temper ance, advocate. This will be the first statue of...

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. — 4 February 1905

Prof. Booker T. Washington of Tuskegee Ala, had a long conference with President Roosevelt, at the White House the latter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. William Bell and their A three Interesting daughters are per manently stopping with their old friends Mr. and Mrs. S. a Tyler 502G Armour are. The truth that God is a myth Is easily taught and quickly learned by those who have not become panic stricken by the priest's cry of fire! fire! The Christian Educator. The Woman's Guild and Men's Club of St Thomas church will give a Val entine Party at Arlington -Hall 31st and Indiana ave. Tuesday evening Feb. 14th. You will meet the "Dahomlan Queen," and make a fuss over her at the Masquerade Ball given by In ner Circle of Crispus Attucks Club, Clark Central Hall, Feb. 6th. N Smith and Prof. Hill. Little Edward Alexander, who should be dlsbared from practising Law in any court in Cook County ,for he Is a disgrace to the Legal profes sion, claims he never will pay the five dollars he owes u...

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. — 11 February 1905

AL .V 1' v& :" '" IS & v I nnLnPBBmlnW aw my BzSK m IS & Bannar fill lJnH m rnw SSrmaanS Jmk9bSv b SjS sti r s vv I il JsLhj aaaanLL B BmaaLmaas. Elwfc5S nw-i aaaanwSBPx -k V7 BaaaaW-SLmaaaaaaK BmaaLI BmaanYBmaangBmaWVaflre smaaaaWV Vl hMHr L I aaaaskBjnr pimaaaaCBBaaaani 5f5,,,M2tj- maaaaaawv Vol. X The Afro-American Preachers Do Not Encourage The Negro To Acquire Good Books and Property. They Consume His Earnings lii Paying Church Debts and Maintaining Themselves In Idleness. Since the appearance of our article several -weeks ago entitled "Not very many Books are found in the homes of the -wealthy or the Leading Afro-Americans, residing in this city," and our article last week referring to some of the "books which should find their way into all their homes." Some of the readers of this Paper have strongly Intimated to us "that owing to the small earning capacity of the Negro he is unable to spend any of his money for books or for any other Race Literature; that if the ...

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. — 11 February 1905

THE BROAD AX. FUBLISHZD HJUXLT. inn pTQgm1g sad st all ttsas mtdi tta trai prlDdplM of Democracy, tent Caafcotlea, FTOtaacaats, PrlMta, IitflrtaU, Tmrmert, 8teicl Tsar, BapstH caaa, Xalc&tt o Later, or anycea sOm aratm tbalraay. aoloafaa ttetr laarsac Upropazaad TtaponatbUity is fixed. . TbsSroadAxts a newspaper wiue platters ia broad enonrh for all, rrer rial mine tha editorial right to speak its own salad, aw Local comnumleatlona will raoalra attention. Writs only on on aide of tha paper. Snbecrlpttons tnutt be paid la adTSse. On Tear SJ.00 Six UootAi LOO Adrsrttaing rates made known on application. Address all ooannnnlratlon to THE BROAD 80s) Armour Arenas, Ghtaaco. JOUXTSF TAYLOR, Editor and Pnbliaasr. Eatertd t tie Pet OSke at Chkiga, l, as fecesdclaa Matter. Descriptive. Flora You know I've been so anx ious to hear from that friend of mine who is on snch an interesting trip to Booth Africa. Dora Yes. "Well, I've had a long letter from her and all she says is 'we had a beau...

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. — 11 February 1905

WMM GOSSIP A3T ZXTZSMTIVa LETTER XXOX TEE VATIOVAJ, CASJTJLL.- THROUGH STATUARY HALL. It Ooataias Effigies of many of the Bitioa's Great Xen Grosvenar righting Tariff Revision Other Capital Votes. ASHINGTON. Statuary hall la the capital la growing more aad more Into a aa tional Valhalla, where the effigies of great men of va rious states appear marble and bronze. The late Senator John J. Ingalls Is the last to be rep resented In this. group of illustrious men, a fine Ita lian marble statue of the wit, sa tlrlstand statesman having been dedicated a short time ago. Each state la entitled to place for two of Its noted sons and when the complement Is filled the old- house of representatives, now known, as Statuary hall, will resemble an art gallery. It is now Illinois' torn to present an other statue and this she will do by honoring the memory and history of one of her most noted daughters, Miss Frances H. Wlllard, the great temper ance advocate. This will be the first tatue of a woman ...

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. — 11 February 1905

ys-jjajau -gj"yppl ,gBMB" ""''M a aaaaaassasssseaaassaassaaasaai Mrs. R Louise Austin 4857 Armour Ave, one of the most noted and sweet soprano singers in this city. Is filling quite a few engagements at the pres ent time. Mrs. Austin Is deserving of success for she has studied very hard In the past to Improve her musi cal talent, Frank Wenter will serve as chair man of the committee of one hundred citizens, who will have charge of Judge Dunne's mayoralty campaign. The other officers of the committee are George L. McConnell, recording secretary; Emst Hummel, treasurer; James O'Shaughnessy, financial sec retary. The committee has opened up headquarters at 70 Washington street. Mrs. Fanny Ralston 4827 State st, President of the 20th Century Penny Club, has been seriously indisposed for the past ten days owing to meeting with an accident with a ahrdtttar rd with an accident by the falling of a huge piece of plastering from the celling of her house which struck her on the side of the 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. — 18 February 1905

V . ' v BEE-W TO, THE HIST E. Vol. PRESIDENT In His Oration on the Race Question in New York Failed to Refer to the Disfranchise ment of the Negro in the South. . It is true President Roosevelt failed to refer 'to the Disfranchisement of the Negro in the South, In his Oration on the "Race Question" in New York City last Monday, but he did, how ever, sive expression to many lofty sentiments pertaining to the Negro, which no doubt on the whole will be very beneficial to the race. In no part of his oration does the President express any great amount of love for the Negro, but he seems to be in favor of permitting him to have an equal chance In the struggle for ex istence, and that is all the Negro is contending for, no more nor no less; for he does not want any special laws enacted for his benefit, neither does he want any state to enact laws to retard his progress, or to cause him to feel in the slightest degree that he is an alien and a criminal in a strange land. President Roosevelt...

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. — 18 February 1905

BE-?? 41'SJJ'i m Mm-? "- '. vu ,w i j'ww ' jhih wwwg V V T "TJC TW-i.WT 1 "V"! T ' - - r -- - .!JMMMaaaiiMBMBiaaMMaMaiaaMaMBaaMaiaaaaM- I Ifr SI H THE BROAD AX. P0BUHHKD WEEELY. wui promaieuo ad t bu to. feii ibt ti principle of Democracy, o7. jit?!yi' rrmr, 8taH Taxer, Sip Bill- rnena. innnai, raoii . Knlrnu of labor, ; or oj oo u MB act wwwutSTtoed?'11 -" u t?? Tbt Broad Ax Is a nwpcpr v&om pJatforta It braid PmiBFh for sUL. nr rUialrw lh MUtori&l - nguiioapeaxiiaawn wna. g local ronuxmnlcatloss will notlT attanUon. Write only on oo tide of lb ptpr.' Snbierlptlona nut ba paid In mdrssca. --- ar - -- w - I - On Year .... Sir Months... , LOO Adrertlnlne rates made known on application. Addrw all communication to JHE BROAD AX GOIO Armour Aran, Chicago. iVUVST TATLOE, Kdlter and PubUaner. Entered -t t&e Pott Office at Chicago, 11 as Second-das Matter. - THE WORK AND THE LIFE. I have no gift of eloquence to preach, exort or pray; I can not point with glowing words to Christ...

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. — 18 February 1905

-oj-f K fflSl&W GOSSIP PERSONALITY -C TIDE XtTJatiAlr AJtlAlatADOA. MAN OF PECULIAR .'RESERVE Indians' Heeds and Abilities Geron- imo Coming to Capitol to Great White Pather Gentle man from South. Carolina. ASHINGTON. The Count Cassini still holds the center of the diplomatic stage in Washing ton. Despite the reverses and trou bles of the Mus covite government, its representative in Washington preserves his im perturbability and no one would guess from his placid exterior that everything was not lovely and promising at home. The count is dean of the diplomatic corps, a position he has occupied since the death of the late Lord Pauncefote, the British ambassa dor, and he maintains that position wan dignity and fills all the require ments, social and otherwise, in perfect style. He is deferred to by other diplo mats in matters involving the etiquette of the corps, and when concerted action is necessary in any public function Count Cassini exercises his preroga tives and is accorded...

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. — 18 February 1905

vv ,- . .r- ,.-, .-"-V rs- T ?" lf.. GtbliB, -wbotea (or soae tiae eea ikeriff Barrett's right hand or coatdeatial sa,-bas recently become CaieC BafflJt of the CItU Courts of . Coek Coeaty, and Mr. Glblla, Is catch lag emto his sew Job in good shape. The flue haired gentlemen running the fsmoss Cresent Club, gave a Val entine party, and dance at the Doug lass Clab House Tuesday tTening. The rtr -was "well attended by many of the'upper tens and it reflected much credit on the head lights of the club. Ber. George W. Gaines, who fought Her. Abraham Lincoln Murray to a stand still, while he was carrying on his derilment, in Bethel Church, is sick at ProTident Hospital, but Dr. A. Wilberforce "Williams, will soon have Rer. Gaines restored to perfect health. Edward M. Cnmmlngs and James B. McDonald, are both making strong headway in their friendly contest for Aldermanic honors In the SOth ward, and whichever one is successful at the Primaries, the defeated candidate will work for the elec...

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