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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 17 September 1898

. if v ; ; 1 j - -. 1 ?. - ?C-W.- :. "? i, pe4ajaB lt vm all hope that the 5 rkmp of liberty will coh- t ISTd one is deserving of 1 liberty who is nnwilliDg to grant others all the privileges he claims and onuf 10 Darn in au men rimtil there shall no longer "feft be adoabt that all men are created free and equal.-PWi, Socrates. ? fe- Hew to the Line. - Voi. IV- SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SEPTEMBER 17, 1898 No. 4 &- - - - " ' ' ' - .Dl' Kl 'ASSOCIATION THE NEGRO'S PLACE IN HISTORY. ByFrtf. WUUs Bottgkton of Ohio State Utmeriitv. in. Tie Hellenes -were tke Aryans int. to k brougkt iato rxmtact witk tbwe waburmt H&mites, who kt it be ranambared, tkoagh clawed m whites, were probably 3 rtrofigly Nefritic astje tbeAfro AintrirtTTT These Helleaes were Mrsgei or bsxbari&as. Bat Aryan treagth -and eaergy, were tkM brougkt iato contact with Haaitic caltare. Then occurred that-great straggle of centaries for .social equality between the blond "Aryan and aad the Pelasgian, the dark chil...

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. — 17 September 1898

ir-v " .' "H n 0! fc - . ?. lis:- !. 5 .: fe-. . ; it. ' - ., A ' THE BROAD AX. t , it Dwiaig, hat XaecMa e Later, la- , Fzfetvrr ' say. a 1rM their rlBTWeWaaatiiaiMlatntjtoaaaa. Xs$ -AX M ft KWftfMaT WJkwM ptatw ana leTicae: eaaata far aa. ever clilwtlig MHwW ja&H t apeak Ha ewa Ktei. bacal tawaaaieatieaw.wcH kTe atteotte; write e3r m ee aUe eC tax papec cWBSCSIFnOK: m Tear ....... fC.09 Tfcee Heaths J .JuiTarttatag rate mta taw. a appHea- tiaa. I Ureal H eaiaaaleatteaa to THE BROAD AX, 719 Hate Street, Salt-Lake City. THah. ttHJTOS r. TArLOS..PaMtakcr sa Mttac. latere at Peatoaea as saeeaa-cteaa suttee. Yoa can't Judge a nan's religion bj hi, actions In & horse trade. Ahout the hardest thing for a man to do Is to hiss a girl unexpectedly. Since the vrar began bahles axe ap in arms and opinions are fired at ran dom Doctora and lawyers can always give yon. a large bill in exchange for small ones. Some musicians go upon the stage, while others never get further than the orche...

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. — 17 September 1898

- '- J' f V Tt4 " A HKSH POC1TIQN. Dacgfeter of I-. Z. Letter to Bate Over The appetetjaeat of 'George N. Car bon as Tfceroy e Iavdia Is cassias modi talk la London. Although oae of the meat cecdlaHy disliked members of the Hoase o Coramoas, Curzoa Is nndoubtedly oae ot the most brilliant 'While his caustic Hl-humor has earaea him a reputation as a master eC laao lent lmpertlsence, this is due to physi cal causes, for he Is a coestaat suf ferer from spinal -weakness. His rise to political power has been almost in explicably rapid and bow as Tlceroy he trill exercise power, even to life or death, over 300,900,000 people, drawing a salary of 25,000, or five times the sal ary of the -English prime minister. As vicereine, Mrs. Curzon (nee tell er) will hold a position, scarcely leas re sponsible. Not only will she be the leader of Indian society, but will repre sent In many ways Queen Vlctoriar who Is empress of Indhu. It is aa ad mitted fact that the choice of Curzon for viceroy has be...

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. — 17 September 1898

.: x, .- L&- r -. a" 7 & ' V - jt 4 1- ! r - e"V tt"r c It -- jf Si l 1? . if. 5. !-.. ."-- yf.jt r h' ;r. S-.W &fc 5?-. WJ' . -., "J , . 5! CHIPS- , SMnukuvt oofertsL isfttty. Hit jwljr iBtKaHwit an Jmm--eniie ami tmitt ar-Prasia'sBt. CssWeMuPa riBtBtBistrti . Ite tm a ? TTutod State afanbd -fee tfce state f Wifte. ir. . Tax Democratic party a New w Yedc Cky a Ike hat aix aaoatks .lata mrimiro colorad m oKee 4C tV La VnaUim. urfr 9K . .F.v " " "v TMn, says xae jBwuBsere aito- " Aaaerioas. Assist tkat paper vkkk directs ite esforts saost earnestly to the vptaSdrag of tke race. Siaaply because a paper is beiBg' published gm aot say tkat it deserves aap pbrt Ex. Thz Daily Telafraa, a irfeite Bewtpaper of Provideaee, B. L, has for its aB&giBg editor Mr. Joha C. 3iakins, a colored asaa, form erly of Norfolk, Va. -Jr. Not to kaow what happened be fore we were bora, is always to re main a child; to kmow, and blindly to adopt tkat knowledge as an im plicit role pf life, is ...

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. — 24 September 1898

.V x-v - '- A -M r f - 4 . V B J-!H MhMC. r. :y.JV,i..:. -, A. fejS J -"-;' r- Jr "a'-Jf - : C, ..Y-;.. 1 - . . Lafc tw all hope that the f lamp of liberty will ooq- No one is deserving of liberty who is unwilling to grant others all the privileges-he claims and exercises for himself. Socrates. t Wf tinA fr Knra in all -mar. ' . - - . " until there shall no longer - ilfo uwuuv tukb sua meu are f cretdfree and equal.-PWi, . vw 1 - -av sl IMftaMlKlaaaaOaarfaia Hew to'Vhe Line. Vol. XV. SALT LAKE CITYt UTAH, SEPTEMBER 24 1898 No. i- i ... - X y idH4n SCiATlGN i i mm THE NEGRO'S PLACE M HrSTOR. By Prs 7tf Bmyhlm of Ohio State tymertitv. rr, Ik this Batter of faskraf tbereris Wcopkio. Jb a coEHtry like vj&ar own it is optional to erery trlute aBmor -woman to associate with tke negro or not. If any .one finds gratification in recH an al liance way should those who dif fer from him in taste become horrified at his seeKiiHg depravity? Eren carrion is not repulsive to the bUEard. Still 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. — 24 September 1898

5f . .rT?r?swys' .. -- --- -" & ,2. .'X y-Jc - &.:, . hJ m 14 if-. ft v t A - ?- e& V & v " te . - ' f. - 'ptiE SSDAD AJE" 'lOBTJHOD WJUtiLLT. r "' v, ' ' " at a SC TIILISIJ B4t JCsJsesaC Later, ta mi. Pri tt, f m tec iaa Imtc tMc aar; tear Mthalr tt MftTUi RSOwawMBty . She, ltillAiki tiiiiyii -srfcwe flat- l awn tmik fee aM, era riahnlaa MnM rick fea steak Hi ewa Batea. wUI'Mtc atteatses; iriHt. air aa M aMt js the bwc. oecjurnoK: SmIw....... ..........tS-M felftW......i.N L.W ILm lalsasnJahsa Ben Aarertiatac rates kuira on applies- Aiaitw afl-eesMasletlt to THE BROAD AS, 710 Vala Street; Salt LaSe City. OUV JCIinW r. TATLOR..PaW4ti- sal BHtet tterei at FoateOee u seceaa'-claas sa&ttee. fpanteh soldiers bow refase to go Int any battle unless they see thi sign "A Hard Boiled Ess vita Every Defeat.' i WwtiwTsa bad great fun at the mm tlry funeral of the mule killed la the bsBhardraent.' This shows that even tie Spaniard knows when to salute all superior. A Boston ...

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. — 24 September 1898

"? .iVT i., .t r 1 PRISONERS AT POKTMHOUTH. Cerrexa'a Jtea Are Mc fct There has fcee Tory lttti frtrtfe with tbe pdMMK. CoUb .Fat-Mr tie marfae earps, 'wha is k gwunui of tbe camp, keMs a pofeee cevct wbes erer necessary, bat has seMe feeea required to enforce diecipHBe. Oceas tonally tbere is a quarrel wowg tie prisoners or a case ef tfawSbortUBattoa, tiid there la a guard besse ia -which such men are coafined. As a rate tbe prisoners treat the American eScers and tbe guards with the greatest def erence and obey orders 'promptly, bat tbey do not show tbe same respect ta their own officers. As a rale tbey are ot Intelligent ana only a few of tbem bare any education, Tbey appear to hare been recruited from tbe very lowest classes of Spttia, aad among tbem Is a large number of coavlets who were taken aboard tbe cruiser Cristobal Colon at tbe Canary Islands. Tbe greatest difficulty has bees found in coaapelflBg tbe prisoners to observe tbe sanitary regulations and to cultivate habits 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. — 24 September 1898

V. c - ; - Ma f I t:-' I m 1 r ': ; - y Wz . .s. FW feu IIP if I , Borrcm th"boad ax. WiUm dmirt- ;t- oBfrMnkte yoH.po Jta efiirts winek yo are jrattlag Mk&r tfce -npfcWisg fcroar cJpm ai-MikHHi ia geerI, d fotitftg tfaftt fit k oar duty to MMoirafr jo wr joar od work, ire kerewltk teie cask "for twelve . jMtoeriptH to the Brod Ax, asd fin tiMskiag yo for pst favors we are yora for progress. K. H. Lewis, E. Gibtoa, E. CtltiwsT, O. Stilkworta, Mack BL Tbt, TkxBM Wvatt, J. HaWe,ir. -Bar, G. Cwpbell.lSen. Cannoa,. J. CliaAtcj, W. H.Brown Mrs'.Ii Blk. sad MR. WASHINGTON, IS THIS THE TROTH? Booker T. Washiagtcm is looked wpoa y tae whites as a great leader aaaoaf tbe negroes. Per kaps he-is, bat the negroes haven't discovered it Mr. Washington is rwuusf aroaad. the country beg giag aaoaey froaa the white folks to edacate the negro ,at his school ia Taskegee, Ala. He declares that it is the best aad oaly 'school ia America for negroes, and yet this state Mr. WasMagton sends his iaaght...

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. — 1 October 1898

rai-i '- T- r. V -I:.- . " 1 V & s- ' fc''tfr"- "".lJ1t'-'"Jr?J?rC? Wto-iiiijwit frgitf ,itji'-?V.- .. .. K ,-..J -... .. . , -. - . :. -?:-' . -,v u. T ;-- s" .-' iT?? r? s JK . f Let us all Tiope that the 1 :- '' g lamp of liberty will "con- -.,' ' m- - fti AtA tl nAaaimlnn nF a f liberty who is unwilling KUVUD 13 VICBOl VlUK V ft wnue to tram m an. men nntil'ther shall no loneer to grant others all the privileges he claims and be a doubt that all men are created free and eqnaL-fMti Socrates. 1 J .. Hew to the line. fl No. 6 -J Vol. IV. 1 SALT LAKE CITYUTAH, OCTOBER 1, 1898 i -fy., - kW- : - ; - -' " rg-"' Mv-J'r i w .!.. W,....-r-yW . . j. . , -- . T - . - ...- . '.:.;?. '""-el ' .". " -"HMt "" '''" -"'' -', V .v.: , ' B X7XiiV z , - Hfev Agc- Jc .- - I in -. v - - rf?i J2 rjiga ;' I? PK5S ASSOCIATION Jfcr Representative in Congress, 3. H. ROBERTS. , J?or State Senators: V R. K. THOMAS. B.M. PERRY, JR. For County Commissioner: FRANCIS ARMSTRONG. THE FUSION DEMOCRATS . OF OGDE...

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. — 1 October 1898

mm fHjoiLjM 4L-, .i- -.. KJt&4mmbmm iw JfawwwwMwwiMM n i .l' m i . i .jp-Vf-Vjpl, .S?". -SffSB ? ?f!e ; ., -?? tc-; ,-- - - r 3SF. TK ' - 7aK c vi . v 2F II.. i '? - -k w' tt 6 P" L S- &f CI ii s-i. - : V l - :r tS. . a aan1 ' f i i - ; , .HRBOM) AX. WMMMdM asfatalt Ham sM Hm CtaMttHT, ton . Lint, la- rMeett, eraa? as ae taer Mr, m Umg m taetr Tfe 3t4 JLrla a awwaasser Imh JataYia hta . r. a, crer ctakatet tfc ittNU ritkt to speak Ms maM. TinariowmalraHnai wtH hare atteatles; axauyiTOK: Om Inr...;.....MM...M.t.. ICM SzMttaM M Tfce 3feUM..... M AATerttetoc'nitH satse kboks ea applies etna . HHwirtll jHBSstaleAtJoM to THE BBOAD AX, TMrKala Street. Salt Late. Ckr. Dtei. JtTLXTJS r. TAXLOB..BHSr tri Miter. tend at FettaAce as secoBS-clftM mattec Tie liquid voice of a worna. would Xehably be appreciated store if ebe would occasionally .turn, o! tie low. Tie right to vote may go to the peo ple x& Hawaii along" with annexation; bat It stust be Temembered that we nare a goed dea...

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. — 1 October 1898

i - T r r-c v " ?9 t :j ' t s" tf - ' (i ! t. "- "7 .?? ',-t i lm tlM at fMW the Uallea State exports aaate w, aata lac aaap, is w pwettee taaa GctmtTtrtiasa, al tboaga tke wewwlnrf njwwllioi, iag- ulatioaa, 4c are sdaeat'ifeaefeaie1 la the two aaTtea, Far tBflcI prac tice attarsteaartag-tae three saaatba precedlBg tbe war with 8pIa"the Halt ed States speat more thaa Great Bri tain la the aame stlBte. --- Has 2?et Sept far Fr Imi. It Is reported that a, saa In Iwliaaa has not had an hour's sleep for five years. Thousands of men and woen are unable to sleep, more than an henr or two. a "night "because of dyspepsia, headache and constipation. A certain remedy for these disorders is Hostet ters Stomach Bitters. All druggists sell It "X difln't write letters -rhen I was In love." "Tou -were sensible." "Not ranch; I wish I bad tae money I spent oa tele crams." - Beasty Is SSeea Bee &eaa blood toeaas a elsaa atia. Ko beauty wItfcoBtIt.CaKrete,CsaiyCtaAr tio cleass your blnod and keeps...

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. — 1 October 1898

$. 'i. 'Si .Vi 'fr. "" tovnceSi- wb . . 1 .-r R- ,S SOUTHmBH SCNT1MENTAL- . "." ISM "A FieMf far a Stidhemerh rmce : i i...jy - i, Tttr rr I tkmt are , nttereHmg crmp-CarLaw. To. lie mite scribes, k 'race pre woe oa tbe Recluse ia. tbe sotk? I sy"in tbe Scwth," tec&BSc, aeoertmg to tbe ex-soataerB Bfgro's story, wbo bow resides m tbe North, tbe race Uses bare abot entirely disappeared in tbat gemkl section, of this common -weeltb. Paradoxical as it may appear, tbere is bo race prejsdce in tbe North, and yet tbere is as increae g necessity for exclusive negro churches in erery sorthern state, iacladiBg Yankeedom, in the New Esgland states and even in Canada, bat I leave thzt problem forxmr Borthera brother to solve, consider ing it too complex for an inhabit ant of Dixie. It is .said by some, sab rosa, that there should be no lomger need of a negro college like "Wilberforce University in the state of Ohio. But the truth is Wilber force is enjoying a "boom" today such as she never...

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. — 8 October 1898

J-" &" h y - t ri-'--'-' ' i -- var 4 i - .--: rJ SS, ., V vf; T.4arst 11 hniw that, thft. TJ" n'hfl la 1ooQiTinrr rtf l&np of liberty will con liberty who is unwilling to grant others all the ' privileges he claims and tinue to burn in all men until there shall no longer be & doubt that all men are -exercises ior mmsuu. created free and equal.-TltlSi Socrates, Hew to the Line. Vol. IT, salt lake city; utah, October 8, isss No. 7 fs J- . -? .aaa. - t fc 1 aal I 1 .aw ff ftl i i -j. T- "N v. -w 3 -? . . i ? .-. rr'r -. Mfcrss 'ASSOCIATION Y'eef .J f?Fr Representative in Congress, ;$$ ! 5. . ROBERTS. ; .. - t, .. For Justice supreme wvn: 4 R. N. BASKIN. i. I, , ; For Sfntc Senators: f RUT. THOMAS. d. . psr?, jr. FRANCIS ARMSTRONG. For Auditor: GEORGE H. WOOD. For Gounty Attorney: . GRAHAM F. PUTNAM. i . t - OUR RESPONSIBILITY. - Somk ninety fyears ago Thomas Jefferson, a Vr-ghila slave-holder, speaking.of the slavery o the black men, said that "I tremble when I think that ...

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. — 8 October 1898

?- --. ' ? a. T V, ' . s THE BROAD AX, rcmutmxD wjwklt. . ,. t eaelat a 1m yttaeeeiia et Dwwiir.'lwt imnn fteala, mmh, ItfMiui, Ptiaati, arar MiiMiu Ww tfceer any, ' C M la an to prater an weeeaalMHty la few. T Braee axTb a aeaeaiger vaaee fiat tens la wage tar aK, erer ete(iec ke aettattal Heat to teeek Ha ewm aiee. IVeeai eowmaloattana rti hare attaattae; write asJy w m aUe e tfce ptfec gUMCftXEHCM: Om Tear.... Tke VmUk J AaWcftteUcatea aaaee keawa en seeMee. ttoe. eViiwm all jeaHeat4ea to , THE BKOADAX, 71 Main Street. Salt Lake Cltjr. Utai. IU2.IC8 r. TAYLOR..PaUr u K4Mec. Batered at Faitaatca as aecoaa claw matt. ene people are naturally nerveae, -wltUe others are troubled with prickly fcMt. Am actress Is olten-lnseetea: to tna Aorlet for the flowers eke sets over "the feetllght. There Is nothing a manly mam ad nekee sere than a girlteh girl or a Trsaaly woman. Tae man who falls to lay ap some thing for a rainy day always has to eoeaa. on Ms friends for as nraorella. Caasacey D...

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. — 8 October 1898

SSfTVtf" HWOtf OFWAR. ,H The iesaag saaaraetsa tmc harass f vamtotoaamttohaasaa heart, sad it atwagat asaae wfMtt -twritrawl WwCferMk 1mm wonMc M!1 HmlfbtmE duriae our CML War was A. Of 1H Wlf wkk Barest, Chicago. Hais aa Aastraliea bfkbtk,eMu tee ae WOI; tSMaMB JavO Hilar at OCrv Jr at kt. aw g r a . " a .m -xSJm dwhh . y bv vjyaLj Wl-W J". Tk. -. U A waakee what taeeallferTei- UtNtl rir Ik 1MB. ad Marant ic Mif.. (WaayA, reeeweiM4. taw Tweatr-eixta WtuwmMa Yelaateers. M-?k,?jMKl oaapatgaiag infeeSfeea aarioas Tatter. la tk ant 4arm flsMlac t tke aaMl e tsatAraaurg, 8eela!ea4er received a weend la the right aid, which afterward eaased aba Baas trouble. With a portfea e kk rarbaeat aewaecawtarea' aadiapriseaed at Sett Island aad Aneerseavfile, aad at ter--wardaxebasred. He retaraed to his ragl- uaesu, wiuee mi vaaeterrea so tae army t Geaeral Baermaa, aad marched with aim thread Geonria to taa & thread Geonrta to the sea, la this eampalga Mr. Beala'eBeaer's old wsaadbagaa to tro...

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. — 8 October 1898

?l- Ta 0 7 , (- V- -tf.. "I.. f -jnmv v t : ,-:. jZr L. X THSV04C8 OFTHl west- ilM,. Ta JlJwtwC JkW rJ rWF etfw ihw ai Me Wmtim Nigra Pre Am cMriwn recently Ut SeMion. at TO THK fBOFLI. Tfce fafiewiBg k the report., of Ac committ oa address . to tie jwople at tke late conTeetion of the Wetter Negro Press Aseocia- Tie Western Ntarro 'Press As- oeiatioR la its third ap&asi con- itioft assembled, notes with rked rr&tiication the xaaay enieaees ot progress Hacking by the Tace whose chief interest it' represents. Among the evidences fthk progress it will suffice to wefttioiL the quickened interest in edaeatioa, industrial and intellect Bel; in commercial and business enterprise, in the acquisition of homes; in the elevation of the moral standard, and in the cultiva tion of an independent, aanly and self respecting spirit It congratulates the country upon the speedy'-and happy end of ie war with Spain and expresses the hope that the government will have wisdom to deal wisely with ...

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. — 15 October 1898

NT" V . - ti J? v" ' p. r1f!',9i:Vr " -r W T . VI .,1 , ,, -A' urn us an nope mac me 1 lamp,)f liberty will con-. H) If o one is deserving df liberty who is unwilling to grant others all the privileges he claims and exercises for himself. Socrates. tinue to born m all men until there shall no longer be a doubt that all men are created free and equal.-PMti Hew to the Line. Vol. IV. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER 16, 1898 No. 8 jP jgQg' ' 1 flll f i i ! a 7 : 117 J) MESS 'ASSOCIATION " For Representative in Congress, B. H. ROBERTS. Far Justice Supreme Court: R. N. BASKIN. For State Senators: R. K. THOMAS. D. H. PERRY, JR. , . Fob the House of Representatives: S. W. STEWART. - For County Commissioner: . FRANCIS ARMSTRONG. For Auditor: GEORGE H. WOOD. For County Attorney. GRAHAM F. PUTNAM. SHOULD LYNCHING BE MADE A POLITICAL ISSUE? Tha following paper was read by Julius P.Taylor, of Saltlake City, Utah, before the Western Negro Preaa Association, which convened at Omaha, Neb., Aug. 22nd ...

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. — 15 October 1898

- o xr ; : 3--. f fe- v Br- t. THBBEOABAX. i u at a JaBee apse tse 4 Peaweaty. st Camera, Xa4ttef Laser. I- , BaeiiHeaiii. PrJeets. eraay m etoe ma taw taefcr say, w lea " is The BceesT Ax ta a acwsaaper ttbsm stat bmb la fere, annua Set aX, ever c-Utwitss ate etttectal rlcst to speak Its owa sales. bal ewamaaloaHeBa win bare atteatteai wrHe ealy ob OM aMe et tie paper. SUBSCMPTTON: Om Tear. 12.98 8U Meet .. 1.68 TfcfM siestas J Adrertldss ratea asa&e knows oa applies- all cma&aalcatleBa to THE BSOAD AX, 710 Hals Street. Salt Lake Cltr. Dtaa. IU22U8 f . TxXOR..PBeSa&er aad Mite; ateeei at FoeteBce aa ecoaa-claae mattes. Tke average man earns much less than Ms wife thinks him capable of WBlBg. life may be a grand, sweet song, but sac can't get much harmony out of It la "A flat- Harried men as a rule do not lie tresi choice, but their wives will per sist In asking such fool questions. When "a man -Is sure that his friends sever say unkind things of him, he Is are, that all...

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. — 15 October 1898

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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. — 15 October 1898

it 2 ' r -" h ? i f i? h I. OURMOOfftNCMID. WxAvktaairraag aadwaarek lit Sametaiag k vrroag soaKwaara mA affairs grew -won, Tkk Be imMtc it not giviaf to its peopk aaj greater aapaiaeM taaa soae ef tic worst gorerajaeats oa earta. Waaatba states were sew aad ;aa settted tkere was equality aad JMBfi&eM.'Bttt when wealth, aad poydattoa kad increased we saw in PeaagjlTaaia and New York aad other like states all the sights of woe, waat, bitter oppression of the poor, exaltation of the rich, in equality in a word sack as exists in awaarchies and aristocracies. What else could have been expected in God's "name. What was it that elsewhere made the nasees raiser able? It was and is power vested in a few by operation of law. What was the bask of that power? Wealth alone. The power of a few oat-at-elbows nobleman 1 Bah I who ever heard of the like. His wealth begets power. Concentrat ed riches may defy the mightiest asoaarch on earth. And so can aingly have half a dozen men com bined with...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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