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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 April 1900

p&fcr TfSpf V ,v"v r HEW TO THE LIISE. . -- - T- a : tt - - ,-- - ?. ra , L .bbbbw BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa-mammv VBBBmr tti- mam. wwf haF) maB rmmalV i iffyPfiigl asssfctam rWcy jk BBBBBBBBBBm9v BBBBBBBtJmBBBBBalBW bbbbbw szaB-BBBBBBBBBTBfc-lBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB r maBaaV T mja" fc avmmaBBBBBaW .aaBBBmmaBBBBBBW V TOIi. V. THE LIFE AND TIMES OP THOMAS JEFFERSON. Sunday April 22. Julius F. Taylor, editor of the Broad Ax, addressed the Men's .Sunday Club at Quinn chapel, Wabash avenue and 24th street, on The Life and Times of Thomas Jefferson," the great patron saint of Democracy. There was a large audience present, including many ladies. President A. H. Roberts in presenting us to the gathering paid quite a compliment to our devotion and admiration for the father and the founder of the Democratic party. And he assured his hearers that the speaker who would address them was a true deciple of the author of the Declara tion of Independence and at the conclusion of our addre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 April 1900

ISr h k w f i f t 16 h i l tlft I Woman's Refuge wham slak Is Lydla E. Pinkham's Vamatahla noma so mman No vfalatam No wmmm's tasthnamlal was mvar muhllshatl by Mrs Plmkham without ha woman avarwrota to Mrs. Pmkham for amvloa whmaut matting hah?. Mo mam saas thasa lattars. Har amvloa Is fraa, ami aaarass Is 'Lynn, Ska Is a woman, yamoan tall har tha truth. Ma living parson Is so aammatamt to amlvlsa waman. Nona has had - Sha has rastorad a mM Nam suffarars to haalth. Yam oam trust har. Othars mava. LydJn B. Piafckasi Med. Co, Lynn, Ifem. HUSK, GUT ffi SHRED tictty. safety, cfcataty wkk GYGL0NEhenr I AUwnatrwd or U. eweep power does It esaUy. BaTce tfme. saner sad Iced. C3i cul&xs and ulces free wareoBest . COSN SSCLNQ MACBENE Ca Slst n4 Wlt ku. MILWAUKEE, VII sHiwtiUi 'jsmitswwwtwirwiiiMss.fiitiNiNriZwI F-sWLI SeaC& AgetatfePreparalionforAssiailating feeFoodandBcguIaliRg tteStofflas anttBowelsjof Promotes D igestionXheernirness andRestContains nriiter OrmiHLM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 April 1900

WITH THE SAGES. St tfcat aspires to te tie be&fl ( puty will find It mora difficult to pleaae bis friends than to perplex bis toec Colton. We are often governed fey tke people not only 'weaker th&a ourselves, tnt even by those whom ire think so. Lord Grerille. Women suffer more from disappointment than men, because they hare jnore of faith and are naturally more credulous. Marguerite de Valols. DEWEY'S FAMOUS VICTOIJV. Visitors to Chicago during the Dewey festivities should not fall to visit the wonderful reproduction of Dewey's famous victory of Manila bay. The "Battle of Manila" has now been open to the public about one year, during which time It has entertained many of the most distinguished men In the world. Prelsdent McKInley was so enthusiastic over the thrilling performance that he pronounced it "a. wonderful scene," and said that "every American ihonld see it" Admiral Schley also saw It and spoke In the highest terms of the wonderful performance. Capt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 April 1900

' 6 " 4 X it fe ' Tt &, & -- p . r" ist ? SYRACUSE IX)DGE NO, IS. K. of P. Thsrsday evening the-first public installation of officers of Syracuse Lodge No. 15, K. of P. occurred at Butler's fcalL Deputy Grand Chancellor Geo. T. Kersey set all the machinery In motion. The following officers were installed: Ttev. Robinson, First Past Grand Chancellor; S. A. T. Watklns, Commanding Chancellor; Friday S. Moore, Vice Chancellor; S. Richie, Prelate; L. A. Newby, Keeper of Seals and Records; A. B. Pelexn, Master of Finance. J. W. Hardy, Grand Master of Exchequer; S. A. Butler, Rear Guard; G. W. Hardy, Inner Guard; Tom Smith, Outer Guard. Dr. "Taylor delivered the charge. At the conclusion of which all the knights Joined in singing "A Charge to Keep I Have." Miss Lillian Price played an inspiring piano sola Barman's K. of P. bond furnished music for the grand ball and Geo. J. Terrell acted as floor manager. All in all it was a brilliant affair. CHIPS. The Hon. Thomas ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 May 1900

".?. a ii it -ZZkzr jp-g trp--rs'yT""f -pijyfy'tfHfy--Tgyry- ujif!pw.vrqf',g' rPTV.-J-igc.T3E -" wyy?"?; . flBiasLsw :sl !amvliBksBPssw WaSSgWffWtt4S!SLgSiiBK, Lb SAl7y " i v hbbbsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb Lbbbbbbbbwv : ---'- ' - ' .... r " - ,r - . . . , ' - - vol. Y. ;.r : Chicago, 3ay 5. i00- - NO 28- A SIDE PLAY OP MeKDrtET. -While so many facte are alleged by Democrats and several esate'eat Republicans and Populists as eyideaJce of McKlnley's inconsistency it to singo.lar that so little attentioa la called to tbe quarrel netwena lew of his 'rapporters and the main body "of ate church as shown la the "New Votee." It is well known that McKIaley posed jjs a Methodist of Methodists during lis campaign for the Presidency. A jarge number of Methodist bishops .and ministers hoped their, chufch would have another such experience as It -had during Grant's tens la case MeKinley was snccessfaL Se the charcb went almost bodily for MdOaley. New the "Voice." at that time, was owned by the great p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 May 1900

i 4 - -- mWy1 ' V THE BROAD AX;1 FWCiAfc Lyyamlytw'tt aajtojaijqfertttoa ex i imt. jmease, W7 jjyy TtolfeedAxleai ft MnMMrMVQ fcsFia"a V tee eak'fara,'4ffar afekBtarth eatac- - M MM. TmaT craBiaialritlna trill bare a' imrHHMwwK (rflMM)l14TKtMacKtMM4atannKfvlte laHewwilwiMrmiio MM AUfSCS ATBnX,CXKAMk JJCUUr. T&TLOB, SdHer sad FatHrtw. "i ' venae ra a ! CURRENT TOPICS : TJXSKATIVQ 0V QUXZ. MkVOtew S. Quay will remain an ex- . senator. This was decided by tba United States senate en Tuesday when Sy. Tola of thirty-three to thirty-two the report of the committee - was adopted, declaring that he was not entitled to a seat, on credentials from the . governor of Pennsylvania, the legislators having failed to make a choice when In session. The vote was a sur- ' prise to the country, and none was more' completely surprised thananemhera of the senate themselves. For not THitll the last name was called and (he last vote recorded did the members know what the result would be, .And t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 May 1900

'1 ' .- -I ajj. GR0SVEHOi..MVS:A SOTED SENATOR. partia ' " "jraHf Ccttira emty i Well u Irsr.M wan. Dan. -A- GroaTeaor. et the Famous BML Ohio Family. Son. Dan. A. Grosvenor, Deputy Auditor for the War Department, la a letter written from Wasaiagloa, D. O, iBTt: u0ir me ro express say zratkmOe teroa tortbe bcaciit derived tram eae bottle ot Pervaa. Oae week has inazbt wonderful changes aa4 1 am aow as well as erer. BesMes befag cue of the very best sprlmz tealcs It Is ta excellent cstank -remejyS .Very respectfully, Dam A, Qraswaor, Hal P. Denton, Chief National Ex port Exposition, Philadelphia, "Pa, writes: "I was completely ran down from overwork and the responsibility naturally connected, with the exploitation of a great international exposition. My physician recommended an Ttended vacation. When life seemedalmost a burden I began taking Pe--ona, and with the use of the fifth bottle I found myself In a normal condition. I have since enjoyed the best of health." Almost everybody n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 May 1900

""9B"" --3a' i: - - - stf " i & ;ff W te Ms We ik hrHwMl Prof. ..' .. r '-- W. E bMNkffi am exhibited tread 6C practSeal '-JM-r:kkk-tW"Ptt fa .ale to wfab. for wore mea like ..htev-fclfcja aad M hot races.. Bioee ehV ssiaMlnhmont of the spkstfe sebeUwa5ea -Imb beesr broas$t t tU Mea'awid afard manly tareachvhta genius aad. devoted nwk;rie has ooatrlbated -from afa asieser Sit,, That Is aioat Wtfiea, ter tke.?aet tweaty jean. Hie-saBry is pet large. Aaa- those whe' are tefrrmad knew that he- does et srW te eatraragaaso. Aeace a aaa Ms -fsmtfy hare aaie aaerifeea la eresr te eeatribate se HfeeraHy to tee aapperi saiipenaweat estabifaemeat, at aa 7tesU&ieae practical taetrae-ttee-Thet has deae so sack and eeetteees 1 d mere fer kta raw. ot people- HaabrrUki -(Ala.) Daily Peat A MMM With the possible exception of Car--Syrra, aaeen 'of Roumaala, the aeeompitehed of European fa the charming Qeeea Amelle f FertugaL Queen Amelle, who Inherit 'her literary taleats fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 May 1900

If?" V -- O-ij-J-v HEW TO THE LINE. . -iikr -r' IWIbWIi t; 'v bosses 1 vsasmw - . T .. Wnws .sssss' VI ksw vUifliW . .st i fik UB) - assssHSsskx BPJBlalJSIsligg .amassf-i fckNd'vlV sassasl -snsBBBBBBr sbbbbi rKy B tSukSBBBBBBv TsBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBav vllsiBSBBanl LnsBBBW isSEMsaSgnssasBBBn, ysgcr ,x nsBsasaVV . ' KiV Vassal I assam-v bbbbbV ISbbbbt Jflaani 3kIsbbbb1 ?m I zsrw rSw A- bbbMbV x p ifp pw Mnwf WflPvsHrSspiaHAipHBI flhrsr-tflHHbvHvl -PLnansaVX VOL. v. THE POLITICAL PARTIES' AND THE . NEGRO.. .. -XIV. At the conclusion of the Lincoln and Douglas joint debate "The New York Tribune." "Tbe Cincinnati Gazette." nd many other Republican newspapers pronounced the policy of Congressional Prohibition worthless as a mean? of excluding slavery from the territories, and they, openly advocated the admission of more slave -states whenever demanded hy a majority of the reopTe residing in the states and territories. The Indianapolis Journal took the lead in declaring that Congressional Pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 May 1900

Vr c I i ' hf M I - If h v THE BROAD AX. uiiiittilMiMhMlki at Deaeeerraer. bnt Fksmi. llae. PreleatasU. KaJcbte cf f iter. Is. , Mermcna, Keaeelieaae, Frieete, er aT ms saw tssew Mr. bo terns m aeetr I Sf ytoyer Meal napeaeieettt Ss SseaV rmMPUMm The Bread Asia a Bewem to im enoegh for ail. erar elalaaiac the aSteriel rick te apeak Ha em aviaa. Tnwnl eeaamaaicmWea will have attaatfoai ajafcta aalf em am aide at the paver tmoimni (a4raaee)i iataaaaaaaaa V Ail i ai Will i aatea aaaae kaenra ayaUaiatoa. i all eeaaaaaioatioa to yKTUTHOftT) A3C, MM Amkw ATsnz, Cxnxee. JClJOSF.TAnXD8,Xter4PaAafcar. i CURRENT TOPICS &XART SET" AT CAPE TOWN. Even war, it seems, has come 'to be regarded by the English "smart set" as a pleasant stimulus to jaded nerves and a social relaxation after a doll season. The speeches of Sir Alfred Mllner and of Surgeon Treves as to the doings of the "smart set" at Cape Town show a nattfral and perhaps not unwholesome Irritation with Ibis species of Englis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 May 1900

TPfcJ "V i cEK-jOF'iacsTnnr. rACOMA.'WAH OJ?D AIMED TO Ea jtatsaal MiMltcM That Ac -salea fcy Asy Miw CHr ess sfe Ceattaeat Sees gs tarns Aboat taa CeaalBg MtfeHfc Taeoms, tno City of SeetiBy, ta lataud on Puget sound, at a. petal where ialps meet the eara at the farthest Mist Eun. Nearly thirty Tears ago tho Korthem Pacine Railway Company stade xhauitlve exasalaatte&a ef tho eaUre Northwest and decided that Tacecaa-offered the beat fatuities for terminals. The city progress wan alow at first, but eke lx now entered ea an era, ef prosperity which will undoubtedly prove lajllng. It ia on the established highway of the "na tions, the shortest ewe between the Oc cident ana ise unrau j.i is me terminus tf one of the greatest systems of railroads the Northern Pacific whose magnificent shops, wharve and other terminal conveniences east nearly 16.660,666. Tbt ayatem radiates from Tacoma, one Une to British Columbia, one through the center of the state to St. Paul, one branch to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 May 1900

, o . y X x V- If J , ht Ti. first ceaslgnneat twi Wsd 1a" soeks teg arrived at Ckkafce aestoflice. The coaflga afetea ot 5fc beokB of twelve 200 boote of tweaty-fout aa ifty books of forty-eight These are how ob sale -at the jwsteMce, ae will be distrlbated at -owe to the stations and substations in Ihe city. The books are small and convenient for carrying in the pocket. At present- the department is issuing stamps6f the 2-cent denomination only. These are sold at an cdvanctf ot 1 cent on'ihe stamp .value of each book, to cover cost of manufacture. The lages -are of six stamps each, interleaved with paraffined paper to prevent premature adficsion. Chicago Jnter Ocean.TleterU In MlUUry CaUame. In the earliest years of her relgu the qceea "was accustomed to view her troops moanted on a charger dressed la military costume. Two "months after her accession, mounted on a gray charger, she wore a trim blue cloth coat and skirt with a star on the breast, and a round cap with a peak ornamen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 May 1900

n.3r r tp Z3G&&'0'0t"t'k'' "SSiSSfef "fT. raxslfci u -' i t JS.g'iairy -; . Vf J -.- -ij .r v - - J" s .';fcs .,- l ? Jt -. ";i-fefR . - 'i -..,.: - . .-- i : i-.-: - . .. '-, - - cK-tft?. gb - t.v v- :, .bbbb. i 4 v .-v . - m t ii m i .x to. i - a, .bbbbbbbb . -." !.-- - wj:yy -raw ft e"""3E 'i bbbT - '--w VOIi. T". THE POLTTICAL PITIES anB Sfaerjljs Tseforethe iaauguratiga, of Abraham Ilaceia as President othe UniteUSta4ee. one by ene the-aJjivei holding spates began to witfidraw from $e"Unfofc Bat' It must T& feanefltrect fbcreditotPfaBldeaiiasuf Buchanan, Oat is d'saiedlaelr fight to secede, and he insisted upoBithe right tororce thef execution of all tMela-wi n all ike States and he earnestly; wrged.,uaon Congress , - the. darT-f;armiBg his witS tae power & do( ii; jitjto its everlasting dto-creditit-iaid ie attention to. his wish-i b". .reflteSwor deiaaidrf, but at tie time Congress ERf tEe people, even until fkSt &$ ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 May 1900

" if .r 't k . v ? r ) YHE BROAD AX. - in issm . itmtfWMlfftto aM a stttoos asholdtfce - te Imi MH lor at, enr nUtatag ta 'aaaaQaVBBaaV clgM W naBBBjah aaaa PWWiB Load WMUlwtlW gjg VVM Qaanajr at? MM 0C IM yWaPWa WBBCUrTSSNB (TW)l to WtllHWttMltMff 1 AittblMtejBafcaewwi aHoieutaaJeattecaie MM AXXOBX iTMR, QOUM juLiTBr.iAniOs, Dignity always begins waara lac aadev v ' - A. yecabalst 1s & perse waa beUeres that whatever is to wreag. the state at Vfwlmilgfl sets aeaked ahe makes ft thereagh Je ef It A man wisely makes we of tie areseat trie me sells a .dnplicate weddiag .gift. Tie woman: -who marries a. blockdoeea't care to celebrate her wedding. Tie employer who works harder than liis cleric evidently believes, lm tie force of example. i Natarally, 'the United States senate Is la. favor of electlag itself la tie eW-fashioned manni Grace will ever speak for Itself and "be fruitful lm well-doing; . tlxe sancaSed croes is a frultfol ttrce.. Tie Boers would be sura to regard -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 May 1900

tl "II latt wisaly. Dm wkm Iter 'owe imit th m4r41t roaea at! Mr aewt Km has itfi taste an serar leaka'te adrantasf tinv when la Vreagown. Oa tan otaar hana. tie ferial narserisa are BMtacte4 s. a; Bparauveijr simpta aeale, as to th dw of tie KBtsta ttoaiiTitn Uiu , little grand aachsssss are. not alted to wear amy JwWsfty IwtaTsr. logn even me coaraoaast fin bf pore sold. &SXBX7 ma PoTrty Xeet. fossla Is cnrloasly coastitatad, for emca iucBfc ixt uai -cutwiry, ana. adless luxury is seen slda fey side a depth or poverty hlch woala , be tolerated In any other dvlllrea id on earth. When a great Russian ble entertains 'bis, emperor aad emto even an informal affair he nothing of sending clear to the iera for $5,000 to $10,000 -worth of Eh flowers to decorate the apartInts through which the sovereigns st pass, and before the splendors la Russian court bail the official actions of any other capital pale insignificance. Story of a Veeeaaary OSeest hey are telling a rtelicloos s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 May 1900

v- C-1-- . N - . T i, -i ti i" . iij iWi i .! i; 11. lynl pi hi, mi i in pin i i p ,m, . li i f IW .11 W Ill Ma l i n I I li I i i. u i i .1 iji . l lll I ll ll II I I w ' . . . J .. -i i '- " ' ' -.' L MM . tjry - I1 '-' - jaflpvS?- -rr ' I i& siaBw&ipfc ''CndBESBBaBBflBBBBE I a ' CHIPS. - , at Qalaa Caapei, gaaday aKeraoori; to lhrtea. to aa annual sermoa by Rev. TfeeSrtAxirtwtoXbe dllgate2 to see tao Hons, Joan T. Keating or Jesse Saarirood;. wte are bota members' of tke. ' Biferd of Jtfaeatioa selected as TjndaaaeTrastes- For their nomination wok4 dd respectability and strength tb the .ticket -which In our Judgment -will trlaiajli In Tbv&nber, prqvidiag It Is composed of reputable and cieaa baslnesB men. molio B. Organ is highly spoken o! in coawftioa with the" nomination as Tasideatb! :t Board ot County CommiasIdBfers. Mr. Organ la trell and favorably lesoira and Tery popalar -with the Afro-AaericaBs. IThile he was coaaected- -with the railro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 May 1900

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 May 1900

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 May 1900

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Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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