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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 16 October 1897

if tH OOiKL CONCERNING CHURCH AND STATE. ni. M, tkroga recdrisg tke Tri-atlwei, beoo God's agt, ml tkcLerf k fcoMul toreoogaue kim so ks as be acts ia aocord aue iritk the terms bj winch tbey koWtkit ageacy." Otrfmfi flw. S78. Wkafcare those teras? Surely sot a disobedience to God's will, as saade known through the counsel of His mouthpiece. Obedience, then, is the price of that divine re cognition. Brother Heber C. Kimball, therefore, spoke in accordance with divine revelation when he said: "If Brother Brigham tells me to do anything it is the same as though the Lord told me to do it. This is the course for you and every other saint to take." 1 Jour, oD'u.161. This often misunderstood truth cannot be too strongly impressed upon the saints. I therefore feel to give you also a few words upon this subject from Brother S. W. Richards. He says: "It is the duty of every officer u -the kingdom of God to turn his heart, ha feelings and his affections to his President, and as you seek after...

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. — 23 October 1897

,38 -,. - . - 1 "JSS !SSS?!5S!SBr"V It is Erbob alone which 4 "BY THE .ETERNAL WE NEEDS THE OUPPOBT OFJ SHALL SEEWHO IS GOING Govebnment;Trdth caw :-M9b TO RULE. THE MONEY STAND BY ITSELF." n.nrtrr tT TDT! "PPfiPTX fHOAs Jefferson. it r r x.i u i i ' it m 1 1 T., liniliu IT V AUiwv' Hew to the Line. Vol. III.- SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER 23, 1897. l Ko. 9. 11 Vfex '"Sc) JT- iSc" - 'tire nafe iirMiiM i . i - ivrmx ikiv z.xv--iyflrwsisrjep-syjiw.x a.'. x - 4JJ23EwL xrtpXyfFTQ EK OF 7, PRESS! ASSOCIATION For Mayor, W. H. DALE. . For Recorder, G. H. BACKMAN. For Attorney, W. C. HALL. ForTreasurer, R. P. MORRIS, For Auditor, MRS. E. K. LABARTHE. For Police Justice, J. B. TIMMONY. FOR COUNCIL-MEN. First Precinct, E. M. WEILER. a S. KINNEY. JOHN SIDDOWAY. Second Precinct, JOHN ALLEN, ' HENRY WALLACE, H. D FOLSOM. Third Precinct, ARTHUR P. BARNES, F. S. FERNSTROM. ARTHUR B. MABGETTS. Fourth Precinct, H. M. DINWOODEY, D. W. JAMES, EDGAR HOWE. Fifth Precinct, T. V. WILLIAMS, ROBERT MORRIS. ...

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. — 23 October 1897

; - i: k IP- It IV THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. BROWN. I Serro TOio Wears AN ALABAMA HERO. WM promnteat and at all time vU tree prt.-dj.te. of D. lr j? Catholics. Protestants, Knlghta of Laborv in Sdels, UomoM. Republicans. M""X one else can bare their say. ,?f"S lansnase U proper and naponslbimjU tort. The Bread Ax It a newspaper rtPW Xora Is broad encash for all. ercr rialmlnj; the editorial rfsnt to speafc Its o"1"- Local communications will hare attention; write only on one aide of tbe paper. SUBSCBIPTION: One Tear. 2. Blx ilonths LOO Three Month SO Artrertislnj ratea made known on applica tion. Address all cotnmnnlcaUon to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt LaLe City, Utah. JUtrUS P. TATLOn..I'nbU$bcr and Editor. Entered at Tostofflce as second-class matter. The editor of the Macon Telegraph speaks of the "locum tennis" of an -steemed contemporary. His Latin must have gone on a "racket" When -wheat reached the dollar mark every steam whistle In Muncie. Ind., tooted In uniso...

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. — 23 October 1897

. THE. ODD COENEB. rOME STRANGE, QUEER AND CURIOUS PHASES OF LIFE. !aes of a JtaitotfomFottnd Sloaster Rib anil Front e of This Pleasla. Darwinian Ancestor The Death of Flowers. The Death of the Flowers. HE melancholy daya are come. Tbe saddest of the year. Of walllnc winds, and naked -woods. And meadows brown and sear. Heap'd In the hoi lows of the trove. The wlthr'd leaves lie dead; They rustle to the eddying gust. And to the rabbit's tread, rhe robbln and the wren are flown. And from the shrubs the jay. 3d xrom tne wooa-top calls the crow. Through all the cloomy day. Sre are the flowers, the fair young nowers That lately sprang and stood Dngnter light and softer airs. A beauteous sisterhood? las! they all are in their graves. The gentle race of flowers ire lying in their lowly beds. With the fair and eood of ours. rhe rain is falling where they lie. tiut tne cold November rain ills not. from out the eloomv earth. The lovely ones again. he wind-flower and the violet. They perlsh'd...

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. — 23 October 1897

I n . RE' GOSPEL UONUCttmnv g CHURCH AND STATE. IT. i latere k the language of one or Erst Presidency speaung oy ! power of the Holy Ghost: "When a man says you may Wrect me spiritually but not tem- kllyjielie m trie present uv I." Her. -fV, April 25, '95. I feel next to inquire what have mi the teachines respecting the htrn..u .Tid State" of those who re called as the representatives of FGod on earth, and who speaK as tmored upon by the Moiy ubosl, fr wkose words are the word ot uoa K.the voice of God, and the power of cod unto salvation, and wnom we Lord will not permit to lead this people astray. THB KINGDOM OP GOD A THEO DEMOCBACi. The martyred Prophet, under late of April 15, 1814, wrote to the Times and Seasons as follows: "As there is not a nation or dynasty now occupying the earth -which acknowledges Almighty God as their law giver, I go emphatically, virtuously and hu manely for Theo-Democracy where God and the people hold power to conduct the affairs of men in righteousnes...

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. — 30 October 1897

r -.'"- n . n I . '' J J..; $' i' STn To TrTrt iTnvBBrTi;i.: Syy5S?3s?55 j. a is xianun&uunzi nniunj ' NEEDS THE SUPPORT OF "BY THE INTERNAL WB SHALL SEEWHO IS GOING GovernmentjTrdth CAN STAND BY ITSELF." 6, t"' TO ROLE, THE MONEY f homas Jefferson." TXitiTTD iiDTnu PpflPT.T?. X ...nvrrr T . ntrcAV illXUUbn ifAtMUi'i Hew to the Line. Vol. Ill, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER 30, 1897. No. 10. w f cSdhyyy, j r vfe. '-6) Jf-fS" 1 K IJB 0?- . U -W in v iz) xftxsmzx?---jznzszi-AVtoss i v-,." in iv i r. fvi iyt Miw'saEinvn.'&irsyAv.iv A'- x j 'guy J n wwyjyjy;gavv lgE-ijI 1 1 A 11 PRESS! ASSOCIATION For Mayor, VV. H. DALE. For Recorder, G. H. BACKMAN. For Attorney, W. a HALL. For Treasurer, R. P. MORRIS, For Auditor, MRS. E. EL LABARTHE. For Police Justice, J. B. TIMMONY. FOR COUNCILMEN. Firat Precinct, E. M. WEILER. a S. KINNEY. JOHN SIDDOWAY. Second Precinct, JOHN ALLEN, HENRY WALLACE, H. D FOLSOM. Third Precinct, ARTHUR F. BARNES, F. S. FErlNSTROM. ARTHUR B. MARGETTS. Fourth Pre...

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. — 30 October 1897

Fi." , Sf 1 f - IV r I v - I w f: I T- ST" f f? 1 THE BROAD AX. PPBT.TgTTTiD Wl' 2 EteSX of Deaaeeraey. Iwt f wiSBly M wtftttbe paper. SUBaCKIPTIOJJ: O Tear. - """" L8e ax ioata - - TSTerrw4ae'kwB "on "apVuea- Moe. Xdireas an eeaB-BualeatJoas to THE BROAD AX. 710 Msla Street, Salt Lake City, ntak. kv e J0UUS F. TATXO.-bUaher ui WJtor. Entered at Possesses as sece4-elas ttter. The National Association of Haau actarers is taking a practical step to ward the pro-notion of trade between this country and the Latin-American republics in the initiatiTe of a sample warehouse at nrr Venezuela. Ae eardiag to Me. Richard Dolge, a man wwrftrrer. who has only r.ently re tamed from that city, the conditions are bow ripe for the development of trade In that place. Whatever bus- be the fate of Andree which at the time of this writing Is ucknown. and may forever remain un awwa, or may be cleared ap by the awxt electric current that thrills an eesaa cable it is impossible to remain BTimnresNd by tit-...

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. — 30 October 1897

1 TWO BIG ENGLISHMEN SALISBURY AND CHAMBERLAIN. How the Premier aad the Colonial Secre- retary Appear m iaauc-CluurterliUca of t Mem. Tbe London correspondent of tka Chicago Record sires tbe following excellent descrip tion of Lord Salisbury and Joseph Cham berlain: Tbe prime minister of England U a aeary. dnll-looklnc, awkward man, welghlnjr abont 800 pounds. He has small eyes, small fea ture!, and his pudgy face It almost entirely eoBeealed by a beard that was foraerir tawny, but Is now nearly white. Bis head Is Tery bald. There Is Just a fringe of hair, which is fine and early, around the base of Ms cerebellum. He looks like Dr. Hammond, the ex-surreon ceneral of the United States army, but U perhaps a little stouter. They say that once upon a time his lordship was as fraslle and graceful as his nephew, Mr. Balfour, the Oonserratlre leader In the house of commons, but nobody would be flere It to see him now. Those who know aim well say also that he Is a Tery agree able companion,...

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. — 30 October 1897

fc THE HAMILTON MURDER TRIAL. Tax Haaatoa wrier trid -l:-a w ZX hv Juire A. G- i. Norrell ud a jwy tie past week attracted a great deal of attemtxoa tkrovg fcoat the eatire proceedings, ad tee case was argaed by Judge 0. W. Powers and sereral other attoraejsaBd it was submitted to tkejary.oaSatarday ereninff, and "after Temmax&g oat oyer Bight tb& J J - Mmltft tO the mt- a.. TJ-rm Trfrn Hamilton "was I motgailty of Bartering her late kasbaad, John H. Hamilton. lie Verdict was a great surprise to Mrs. Hamilton and to the peo ple generally, for all the evidence which was adduced during the trial tended to prove that Mrs. Hamil ton did commit ihs crime which she was charged with .committing. As a general rule cur sympathies are always with the ladies because they are generally imposed upon by the members of the opposite sex, bat in this iastancc we are com pelled to sympathize with the rela tives and friends of Mr. Hamilton, for all the testimony which was broaght out during 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. — 6 November 1897

--- , - , '-2c) a-555535 It is Ersob alone which 'By the Eternal we NEEDS THE SUPPORT OFJ SHALL SEEWHO IS GOING GovernmentTruth can &VA STAND BY ITSELF." t- TO RULE, THE MONEY v u .fRnuifi T-EwwPBcnw 1 Pnwrn iiRTHE 1'EOPLE. V a ! -mw V &k A IBWWA1 - Andrew Jackson, Hew to the Line. Vol. IIL SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, NOVEMBER 6, 1897. No. 11. V tlrv IB !HH nXKSSaoJLf Lsas-fc-ss3ftSsssfcs pm 'ASdciAtlavi THE GREAT DEMOCRATIC TIDAL WAVE. On last Tuesday, Nor. 2d, state and city elections were held in a great many states throughout the Union, and the great Democratic party marched on to victory in a number of the states and cities. It carried New York state by one hundred and forty-three thousand majority and it carried Greater New York by eighty-seven thousand majority, and Judge Bobert A. Van Wyck is a member of the free silver wing of our party and he voted for William Jennings Bryan. He endorses the Chicago platform. Democratic mayors were elected in Bingbampton, N. Y., Rocheste...

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. — 6 November 1897

,-iW- T.t ABRAHAM LINCOLN CLUB, Twto to wl of tie AWafcMft LiacoU colored EepuWi hb dab Mseafckd at No. 66 Com mkmI street oaTlmiadBy eveaiBf, October 28tfc, and the aaHCtmon- iow Aadreir Caaatibell, irho Bererbe able to coapreaenu factthat the segro is atrecanu jafcpgademt American citfces, orHH the aeetfeg to order, and after Father Caapbell, who is one of oarmwst distinguished friends, idireredagreat (?) speech he in troawedthe Eer. M. Jones and that gentleman nrged all those present to stand by the G. 0. lily White Party notwithstanding the fact that Eev.M. Jones had visited the Democratic headquarters several days'prior to thst time for the pur pose of securing some Democratic SBOBeVi The Salt Lake colored political dab held a meeting on Monday sight, Nov. 1st, and Rev. Jones was one of its principal speakers, and while he was engaged in de nouncing the Democratic party some one in the audience enquired of the Rev. gentleman if he did not call on Chairman D. C. Dunbar with the ...

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. — 6 November 1897
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. — 6 November 1897
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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 13 November 1897

fl x...""-' eaBaeBBaa eaiaaaaaaaaaaaar - iw A w : ,y. y-. - ,'- w-r: -V-., . ,.- Hewtothexine 'N I nil miii i 'V - "' . Arw -k ,tol..ih. . W iv & u . Ml a THE SOUND MONEY LEAGUE. 3om the loiKag of the S -MMHMlM' mi jimc York Nr. iHk, ' mhI ,Her r 'PMw'TMWT'WPWW- IRM Wft MCKTWfcO UtM:l tW Utiwt wo mU not t liMHC . -Bb MHyinHr lt ifcrr tad 46- HM.M: jiekiff jl lt of dwaMft tlwir hwwcc to tie & TMBlwtitWL wtgwg ;XcKiif to wmh; pro- ia fwar ifc M pFBrifciMif tit .a yocUwatioE of Mteb xtkvnctoc ynXL Imhw iaa. Miiy.te gt4A ataawawL for oeafiliiif to owr iM'i.MwM ( tW peefitoiMorsr -wi'jijttlM.MHM ttni it Jm a i .dey rf .dcf tie. fo)d luofl .f L ii i jiL kj&iAaa wuii rj Mwnr bv l-LMMMMtioed aihwr mmI .foU stattr la WMjMUfl W'nijttSinM ataikoi : otkor a .mm! i a tcj mwA tMua tie ymi:wKvm mU fanw MMoi ioo tic rf tie jMMtocr oar, aid iit ovaArjr wot ioii io krf f.tke c s otter oiufed -madoV o ;tbror e ?y oisCoojaooT of -a- j. - - - T T WaMNi',Wwr rt d P r v, - . - .lljMpiiin $m ta...

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. — 13 November 1897

"Mi 'it; IVi--: u. WF1 THE MR0AJO &X. MWr.t . Safe LfttoCKy. "- ' jbuM y. lti yyv 3 'i imit nr orijiff apt:. . etswsaee ws taewaier H ILQIfDYKl H02tSES.i TOlWAND KILLED WHILE OftOUlfcQ MOUNTAIN. ' MweHner or try. it to aH H J . we, herJag served . CIS" prmtaaahlpat soothis tu"e.T7: m, to sew eeaelly "!f dost tiH railway tracks, unetaoas and aabkiextroas. oU la king. Jfctf. Dr. Rylance, ttrk1! church, New York who har fast returned -from abroad, dedaret taet fee Is aa enemy of "blue lews." H says England an J waM not '-stood for such a measwa u tie KelMc tow and tilt the Saaday ef Ero- yeaa countries is swre conducive to '.fee happiness of the people thas ear a-ealied dry Sunday. The length of the Indian frcatier irklch U threatened by the attack of the tribesmea, frees the Caltral dtetriet to Baluchistan. Is about ire hundred dies. The gwatl, Maa&sd, Omrksal, Afridi and ether tribes which are fight ing sgsiaet the Eaglleb. axe hardy mountaineers; Mringjaa the scopes of the J...

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. — 13 November 1897

if . J --M ffljimraasm-ta'aM tli f FiT' m -a W5B' massEPfcifi' jpJ&fiL- sapmanC ' Bpaa rlflWfcsfoflHrBSSaoiaT aSa? ' SvSfBssssrvaBSMSffssssHBT n. BSSSSSSSSSSBflgt HH!r b Cr-st tk. G. W. SUdlES, The Or test Specialist tk the Wt WOT ONE DOLLAR NEED BE PAID UNTIL YOU IICUREDj DR. O. W. SHORES, always seeking te help suffering; aaaafcted. always trying: to convlnca people .that he give "value re celred Xer every Seller paid tin, baa aeasdea. to five' ekerr. fraud aad lm posltios Its death blow, aad protect taa euffetlBC classes from the despicable methods ot attacks and charlatans. Every sufferer trota MAN HOOD rminsl -Weakness. Varicocele. Hydrocele, ByphUJa, GesenteM. Strictnre, small 07 shrwekea Mzaaa. prematura old ax aad all ester private diseases, whetinu esMssea by Icsoraace, excess or csnta-ar-en. . no . natter ijow severe, you can eonaaJt DR. G W. SHORES, tbe olrai elaa who ha Uvea bis lire to curing; ehroalc disease, and be examined, aa vised, treated aad cured without pay...

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. — 13 November 1897

1 5.-K3 IBftr "JK fS1 iti''iaH fde i. & && ttt- urtBBBSOS !8: foi iecJe KesssBtre' B&elf. W? t'tiafc tfet jgp- tkat Met ES6C k8 6, OTttb---- te tidprt siB' sis&n&ia je Is ipych h&adh aprt&poa ha ioaa? vote. The o fl bjr fc SSSWCPSSft' jfc9il u$At iaMRWkiiirt km; j?t: ISfJfe $asl mkm i St Mfe' mtest, . 4aT r.l' , 1;. F1WMIEW ad crab. !i biwbere at $1 ha aeiq oi Women's Si&lrtl of Men's Negbi ; an Biscuit m &d sES-VisJJBW 44 1 '1111$$. i-TLfiifAlU..dl B.- - ' l "i5 .Stefc'J- J9Ra PPHWWmM " 2S6 AH& tlR MM ifi'liP 'ff ' , l: yinmiipur?; W ; WstAlJ&! " - Bin c'SBMsflP5MH "N3 &- h rt. - -L. -"W". -, - --'-3r' J-"S - f8itaSah Wlai 4 FOR TBN DATO, Ue Wi .flat rawwit ;I riie . of WWW HThJk pHliW 1 nil iGod. ! TKS MABHWlua nt&-QemBm twrajwi LjivJ I f JasIifcME , - fe "'rS5f' : y-w L&mwrr me ciaTntitWiw fsitli mjait of a ckiim taf?dBBB8.tWB cader ttte irM- pejiemc tie w of tt power KQad XMfa m$ tefiw-iB'.dwK' as j? fpftism iJM ifei-i....

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. — 20 November 1897

j -J. . "It is Ebroe alone whichI Kr, x. needs the support, ofj GoternmentjTrdth can 4 jji inr. jiAnriAii tya v SHALL SEEWHO IS GOING ai STAND BY ITSELF." '. T0 ROLE, THE MONEY Ihomas Jefferson. IPOWER OR THE PEOPLE."' r Andrew Jackson. Hew to the Line. Vol. III. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, NOVEMBER 20, 1897. If No. 13. E) .J- CSc?w &? & yj),-AV - - c.Vvy ' is- lEa tffesssnMm i i mi iib . -- i vii ik ivv a-- w . -n mv v l u tzj 2e-t mi. m -c x a. mm i h i w am. k. ii jb m -:H-arv aw - zy m i - r ui m Jr w m x iw 1 PtESS ASSOCIATION OUR REVIEW. Of the Past and the Future of the American Negro, by D. W. Gulp, A. M., M. D. ' xiiu CLASS LEGISLATION. Queen Anne swayed over the destinies of England and the Eng lish people from 1664 to 1714 and during that time her solicitor general and attorney Messrs.Talbot and York were instrumental in causing her lord chief justice to render an opinion to the effect that no slave was in the possession of any right which his English mas ter was under ...

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. — 20 November 1897

F If n i- a r u THE BKOAD AX. PDBLISHED WEEKLY. Will promnlcte and at all time. true principles of Democracy, bat fanner. Catholics. Protestants. Knlshta of Labor. Is fideis. Mormon. Republicans. Priests, orany one else can bare ttelr say. so long a their languase U proper and responsibility la fixed. Tbe Broad Ax U a newspaper whose plat form U broad enonsb for all, ever claiming the editorial right to speak Its own mind. Local communications will bare attention; write only on one side of the paper. SUBSCBIPTIOX: One Tcftraa"a"v' Six Honths... 100 Three Months .30 Advertising rates made known on applica tion. Address all communications to THE BROAD AX, HO Main Street. Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIDS F. TATLOIt..Pub!lsber and Editor. Entered at Postofl.ce as second-class matter. Those Andree pigeons showed re markable discretion in landing: in the Indiana gas belt Just at a time when other news wa3 mighty scarce and the correspondents were starving. Somebody dropped $3,000 In a Niag ar...

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. — 20 November 1897

BOB AND HIS WHEEL. THE' HUMORIST TELLS A TALE go He Tackled HI Bike With Coafldeace ndLeftIt In Coafaaloa Wfet It Sid to 111m. Robert Burdette, the famous humor ist, in a letter to the Burlington Hawk eye, denies the report that he Is dead, in the following letter, dated Bryn jlawr. The story Is told in his own pe cnliar style, and proves that the hu morist is very much alive, although eomen-hat worsted by his experience with the bike: ily Dear Waiter Like the true friend and loy comrade you ever were, you do right to protest against my burial prior to autopsy. I am Indeed very much alive. Not on ly so, I havn't been dead even a little bit Not once. Gould have been had I wanted to be. Could be yet, but I don't want. Maybe I ought to be, even now. But as we make weekly confession, "we have left undone those things which we ought to have done." Possibly tne rumor tnat I have gone dead grew out of the fact that I have learned to ride a bicycle. I say "have learned." not "am learning." ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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