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Woodrow Wilson Still
Leads in the Three
Cornered Contest for
President of the
IT IS flT-ATWT THAT THE GOVERNOR OP NEW JERSEY WILL HAVE
MORE THAK POUR HUNDRED VOTES IN THE ELECTOEAIt COL
LEGE AND CARRY 31 STATES IN THE UNION.
COL. THEODOBE BOOSEVELT IS SECOND IN THE LEAD, AND BECENT
DEVELOPMENTS MAY PUT HIM AT THE HEAD OB THE LUCKY
WINNEB OP THE PRESIDENTIAL PRIZE.
CANDIDATES POB PRESIDENT
AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE
The foDowing are the candidates of
the various political parties for Presi
dent and Vice-President of the United
DEMOCRATIC FOB PRESIDENT,
WOODROW WILSON, OP NEW
THOMAS B. "MARSHALL OP
REPUBLICAN POB PRESIDENT,
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT, OF
JAMES SCHOOLCRAFT SHERMAN,
OP NEW YORE.
"WE STAND AT ARMAGEDDON
AND WE BATTLE POB THE
THEODORE ROOSEVELT, OP NEW
POR VICE PRESIDENT,
HIRAM W. JOHNSON, OF CALI
FORNIA. PROGRESSIVE PARTY (FOR 'SO
PROHIBITION FOR PRESIDENT,
"EUGENE W. CHAFIN, OF ARI
ZONA. POR VICE-PRESIDENT AARON S.
WATK1NS, OP OHIO.
SOCIALIST FOR PRESIDENT, EU
GENE V. DEBS, OF INDIANA.
POR VICE-PRESIDENT,' KMTTi SEI
DEL OF WIS.
SOCIALIST LABOR FOR PRESIDENT
ARTHUR E. BKIMKtt.
It is "the duty of the many readers
of The Broad Ax, to intelligently
study the platforms and the issues pre
sented by all of the presidential can
didates and their supporters, so that
they frill be better prepared to vote
for their choice, for president of the
United States, November 5.
PRESTOENT WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT EACH DAY CONTINUES TO WIN
NEW AND STRONG SUPPORTERS AND MANY POLITICIANS ARE.
OP THE OPINION THAT THE TIDE IS SETTING IN IN HIS FAVOR
AND THAT HE STILL HAS TIME TO MAKE A HOME RUN BEFORE
THE CLOSE OP THE FINAL CONTEST.
EX-MAYOR EDWARD P. DUNNE AND GOVERNOR CHARLES S. DENEEN
ARE UNBOTTLEING THEIR OBATOBY IN CHICAGO AND COOK
from an. evil that has blighted many
a feiafij ftal Co .destroy a source of
contagion that knows no barrier.
'Jtt did not take more iharf twenty
years in the past to make srAali-pox,
whkh had countless victims in its day,
almost an unknown terror. This was
accomplished through local sanitary
efforts and we may expect, if your or
ganization can prevail upon all to use
personal sanitary efforts, to "see the
White Plague banished from our midst
in the' not distant future.
"The campaign of education and
regulation must continue until all shall
know their duty and have the determi
nation to push forward all preventive
effort against its -breeding places, so
that neither occupation, residence or
personal habit shall give occasion to
"Meantime I am,
"Very faithfully yours,
(8igned) John Card. Farley."
"P. S. I spoke to the assembled
clergy on the subject some time ago
and shall direct that the matter bo
further promoted through our paroch
If your appetite is poor your health
is also poor. '
EVERY INCH OF GROUND IN IT WILL BE FOUGHT AND RE-TOUGHT
OVER BY THHM IN A DETERMINED EFFOBT TO CAPTURE THE MA
JORITY OF THE VOTERS BETWEEN NOW AND NOVEMBER 5TH.
As the American peoplo approach
the great presidential contest which
Is a littlo more than two weeks away,
the idea seems to be firmly implanted
in the minds of the vast majority of
the people that Woodrow Wilson, will
be elected President of the United
States, with both hands down.
Everything seems to .strongly indi-
cats it as much as many people may
deplore it, that he is still far in the
lead in the three cornered fight for the
presidency; that he will have more
than four hundred votes in the electo
ral college and that the present Gov
ernor of New Jersey will carry 31
states ,in the union.
One thing is certain and that is, that
the hand of fate seems to favor the
faithful followers of Thomas Jefferson,
this year and with the Republicans all
torn to pieces and fighting and snatch
ing t each others throats .like so many
animals, therefore if the Democrats
JOSEPH E. BIDWILL, JR.
Concluded from page 1.
Windes, Charles 2L Walker, Edward O.
Brown, Prank Baker, Loekwood Hon
ore, George Xersten and John P.
McGoorty; all join in highly commend
ing Mr. Bidw31, for the efficient man
ner, in which he has conducted the af
fairs of his office and for voluntarily
turning over to the county all the in
terests received by him on trust funds
deposited by him.
Aside from this high endorsement by
the judges cf ihe Circuit Court; he has
been endorsed by over one thousand
lawyers, the Chicago Bar Association,
the Bureau of Efficiency, and he stands
on his record.
Lesa than two v&ifs &cb. Mr. Bid
will became salted in marriage to Miss
Mae CeastryBae of the -highly ac-
compJis&ea. and beautiful daughters, of
Mr., and iirs. John ?. Connety, S23
ShfeUbta Rea asd Mr. and. MM. Bid
will, ire so far the proud" mi happy
parais ei ena bright Utile daughter
ant they regie in an attractive home,
at ISO SsverHaa Xai
Me. iftwlti, is A jsreMkeat member
Of US XsktM &f CelftiftitL GaikaUe
Order ei Wafers, Cbrts Heater
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can't turn the trick under such exist
ing conditions among the Republicans,
they cannot reasonably expect to elect
a president for the next hundred years
So it becomes as plain as your nose
on your face that the loaves and the
fishes and the many juicy political posi
tions throughout the nation are wprthj0ver by them a determined effort to
win or capture the majority of the
It is true that President William
Howard Taft, continues to gain many
new votes each day; some of his sup
porters are men who had deserted the
G. O. P. shortly after the Chicago con
vention and for a while had marched
under the banner of CoL Roosevelt and
his Bull Moose party, but as stated
before they are flocking to President
Taft, in large numbers right along and
as the Republican tide is running in
his direction he still has plenty of time
to make a home run before the close
of the final contest.
It is still perfectly evident that the
people are not manifesting much inter
ested in the national election and this
self-evident fact continue to drive the
wisest of the politicians on the rough
political seas, causing them to be. un
able to tell whether they are a foot or
are riding the successful and the win
Ex-mayor Edward P. Dunne and Gov
ernor Charles S. Deneen are at the pres
ent time unbottling their oratory in
Chicago and Cook county and they will
continue to do so each day and night
until the royal battle is either lost or
won to either one of them.
Every inch of ground in this city and
county will be fought and refought
The man who habitually eats in a
hurry, will be likely to die in the same
Bodily health and vigor como not so
much from what we eat, as from the
food that is well digested and thor
Keep afte'r the flies these cool Au
tumn days, and keep them out of your
homes. Flies carry more germs at this
time of the year than they do during
the Summer months.
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If your appetite is good and you en
joy your meals, you can easily maintain
these conditions by eating plain, whole
some food at regular intervals, and by
eating slowly and chewing your food
well. Then add to this, daily exercise
in the open air and sun if you are
an indoor worker1 and plenty of good,
fresh air in your bedrooms at night,
and the chances are your good appetite
will stay with you all the time.
fighting for to the death.
CoL Theodore Roosevelt is second in
the lead and he is gaining votes each
day at a rapid rate and recent develop
ments may put him at the head and the
lucky winner of the Presidential prize;
laying all jokes aside and getting
right down to cold facts, it is
something very remarkable the wonder
ful hold he has upon the American
people and it makes not the slightest
difference whether he is unsound or
not on the great questions and prop
ositions which will effect their future
welfare either for good or for evfl for
generations to come they worship him
just the same.
Sometimes we incline to the opinion
that he should or ought to be elected
so that we could see to our heart's eon
tent -just what a third term President
would do with or too this country any
way and for one we are able and willing
to stand for him or to stand him if the
majority of the American people decide
on November 5. that they want him
for their Lord and Master.
voters between now and November 5th.
Hon. Lawrence Y. Sherman, Repub
lican candidate for United States
senator, C. J. Doyle, Republican candi
date for secretary of state; state sena
tor Charles P. Hurburgh, former United
senator WUliam E. Mason, John E. W.
Wayman and many other prominent
orators will assist Governor Deneen in
his hand to hand fight with Judge
Dunne, in this city and county.
At the same time many of the best
and the most prominent Democratic
orators including Col. James Hamilton
Lewis, Democratic candidate for
United States senator wiU aid Judge
Dunne in his hot political fight and, it
wiU not be many days until tre wiU
be able to teH who is who.
In the meantime the people in this
state can rest assured that either Ed
ward P. Dunne or Charles 8. Deneen
are amply capable of conducting aU of
the public affairs of the great state of
Illinois and that either one of them
would suit us for its governor.
With the coming on of indoor weath
er, there win come the usual increase
of the communicable diseases, such as
Diphtheria, Scarlet Pever, Measles and
Whooping Cough among the children.
Parents should keep a careful watch
pn the general health of their children.
Symptoms of illness should be promptly
noted and children complaining of sore
throat or feeling feverish should be
kept at home. Call your fanuly doctor
early. Don't make the mistake of
thinking that it amounts to nothing.
Too often the chUd that, it was felt-
would be "better in the morning" is
found to be seriously and dangerously
iU. Remember that by keeping the ail
ing child at home and calling the doc
tor early, you will save not only your
own children, but your neighbor's as
well. Contagion, is spread by sick chil
dren mingling with the well, and in
most cases, it is the ailing not the real
sick child that spreads the contagion.
HON. EDWARD P. DUNNE.
The Man of the Hour Much Beloved by Thousands of People in this city isd
throughout this State the Democratic Candidate for Governor of Blhols.
today". The evening service win com
mence at 7:30 the pastor wiU preach
on "The Worlds greatest need".
On Monday Oct. 21st, a grand musi
cal Soiree win be given in our church
this entertainment is given by Mr.
Hugo Buchanan "America's greatest
Ballad singer" he win be assisted by
Messrs. Harrison Emanual, Violin; W.
E. Cosset, Pipe Organ; B. Emanual
Johnson, Piano; and J. . Miehem,
Reader. This bids fair to be the finest
musical entertainment 'of the season.
The feror&ii UfyAtl Tzakisf
eissa for Nsratglii &a AjtfUi&i 1
. the deaden Bktfftf MSk 4' Mik
Bt b fzairie AviLj TriAt trsftlai,
October 25th, 1912.
Tie speaker cf the eW&iMi.fy
j-ioi. fus. nrrrim ex xauacMpi Juk
The, class is coaspssea f fire'yi
CARDINAL PAXLXY OOkfcSNDS
Calls upoa detfyaaei id, Observe
New York, October lith:
In connection with the campaign for
the observance of Tuberculoiia Bay on
O&i&kt 27tt, Carubsal Tarler. has
written" a letter tb ittttih m Mann.
THE LATE RALLY OF SEREAN
Was xceedingly gratifying to both
members and Pastor.
It showed the hearty co-operation
of the members and the untiring ef
forts of the Pastor.
The Church feels'especially indebted
to Mr. Jesse Binga who so generously
contributed to our Bally. It mani
fested so plainly that he not only has
our interest at heart but wishes us
success in our future Church Home.
The proceeds of the day was $1277.00
of which we feel justly proud.
Come visit Berean, "The Church
for strangers," Sunday School 9:30
a. m.; morning service promptly 11
a. m. B. Y. P. M. 7 p. m.; evening
service 8 p. m. Preaching by Rev.
The Willing Workers Club, meet at
the Home of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Child
ress, 5727 Lafayette Ave., Thursday
Eve, 8 p.m.
Secretary of the Nw Yaik Commit
tee fla the Preveatin kt TUberculosl,
which is skade ptfblte tday, in pilch
ka comMeadi tie "jjd work being
lose in te eaWHeid campaign
ftgaiilit CesJttiBptkHi in jfar York
City k! ikrwigW is e&itry and
srges tatifeatoeA ft rtkeri to like
g& ia Ike a-aUfmkis Move-
6 ifa i-Ua & &m iirt Sirvac
,r Si't. J3 in.-.i'.w.
av bmwmk Ttm fMtmnti tin send a
tmjDtt Hwhitmmmm it the attention
U Xkt jiimiiim i .October 27th. or
ja -m ate'iNilliloa beut that:
ii -J4i to 3r. Maan akowa &
kiSi appreciatisai ef tie aetkeda be
Htg faittyei ia tia pfeaexi asveserf
against tuberculosis. The foDowing is
the fuU text of the letter.
452 Madison Avenue,
September 28th, 1912.
"Mr. Prank H. Mann, Secretary.
Prevention of Tuberculosis.
"I was very much impressed last
year by the statement you 'presented
in. regard to i&e ravages of tubercu
losis and by the splendid results which
your 8ociety attained in checking' ilia
xeu destroyer of human lives. "v
"I iave become mora eanlr (n-
terested in the eabect ainee that time
and, lave f cUpwed with attention tout
various endeavors, by lecture and exhi
bition, tolesseatheinflBeace which tils
dread disease has had upon iho peer
and the weakly of cur eooatry. li ia
a great cesselation to ikarn iht -ri.
have been able o decrease, ke iamber
oi vietim ij ptebes prevestif e
odi; to win oack Maar whaM ita i&3
teada -seemed .destined U aeatJey ii
tia BOTB of Iif L bt tSdtihtltk
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Mr. R. G. BeU, 5727 Lafayette Ave
has returned from a short business
Mrs. Kate Childress is convalescent
after a four weeks illness.
Mr. J. L. Randolph, 5025 Armour
Ave. is ablo to resume his duties again
between Chicago and Oakland via
Rock Island and Bio Grande, alter ah
illness of a few days.
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WALTERS A. M. E. ZION CHURCH,
Cor 38th and Dearborn St&,
Rev. H. J. CaUis, D. D, Pastor.
Xhe expression heard from aU
those who attended services at our
church last Sunday is, that it was the
most successful Quarterly Meeting ever
held in this church. The Love Feast
at 10 A. M. was fairly wen attended;
it was reauy a Love Feast indeed. A
large audience was present to hear the
sermon at 11:00 A. M. by the pastor,
who seemed to be at his best, many
remarked that they had never heard
him to better advantage. The Sacra
mental sermon preached by Rev. Rob
inson of St. Marks M. E. Church was
a splendid effort and greatly enjoyed
by aU present. The comnnion service
was reaUy a refreshing" from the pres
ence of the Master. Ber. B. P. Chris
tian, Presiding Elder preached a splen
did sermon in the evenintr to A nacirMl
house, and -the spiritual tide ran high.
Five- persons united with the" church,
also MM. Alice Blaii wa received into
membership for St. Marka M. E.
Church. This was not only S great
spiritual day for Zloi, but the "
results surpassed any ef the previous
The MOionaire Woddlni? trirmi bn
Taeetfay aight was" poesiblj' the most
brpliafit and successful church eater
taiszaesi that has fcen given for a
lng time. 2rs. H. J. Callis the maa
ageeabec to express her gratitido to
the maar frieaaa whd sa wifflngly sa
IsieA kef in Mlkisg this affair' sseli
A large fctfttber el tke rilly elabs
4i ii rert Jn la 3ae
iffidfrL Si ttvera&U keped ikat
tie third report which, win be cm Ha
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Wflliam Ostrom, RepubUcaa a3i
date for re-election to the Legislates
of Illinois, from the 3rd senatorial dis
trict, comprising all of the old third,
part of the old 4th and part of the
old 6th wards, was born in the old 4tl
ward in 1865, and from his boyhood
days to the present time he has al
ways resided in the vry shadow of his
birth place, he received his education
in the public schools of this, his nitfte
Not being born with a silver spoa
in his mouth, he learned and sneees
fully worked at his trade that of i
smelter and refiner.
Having a liking for the game d
poUtics he entered it with all of his
might shortly after he was able to
vote and as it did not take hin lo:g
to muster up a strong following in ha
ward and in time he was retnrded
for his faithful services to his party
frith an appointment to a position ia
the sheriff's office. Later on he
selected as one of the deputy coroners
of Cook county by Coroner Peter 1L
Hoffman, and he is still holding dowa
that position with much credit to himself.
Mr. L C Bradley has retired front
the Pullman service aid' opened a
first class cleaning, dyeing and repair
shop 4752 State St wdrk promptly
called for and delivered, ha invites
your patronage. "R"
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Kind Editor tei The Bread Ax:
I desire' thidugh yeuf eekmis to
extend oof heart fell thanks'' to tke
citizens a ifearfal and iki kind
friends whj tiinMiietei a tie aad
spoke words of eesiertf hii tU lay.
ing haniV 6x sjajHliay exteaded to
us in otii laeefeeteie' iMftmt we
would not itifrk m feesuilfo! Kerai
offerings, Ji"UMA. &&
aai ike mSk plfewti ?WJ iieiffi
our dear aaaid 'tmi ialirf by erey
Nearest ic! kvi kit Wt ifcfy
yas wo Jtve law jtaweoc MM m
Bejmbllcafi Candidaie for BeleeJ
to m LegiaUture of Illinois ftca
it Sr4 Seiatorial District cow
iis jdl ei tie Oid Third, Part f
-014 4iS aii Part of the Okt 6
He iris elected to fiU a vaeaner
lie Lwer House, the first ttee J
re-elccied tqi a full teria in 1W J
so i he. has made i eieditabla reeora
la tki hodf.
Seferal Says pilar to tie eon reaW
rf thd if(k Oea'eral Assembly ha
tiMseU feiid,wtta the four thousand
Aire-laftrieaa roltti residing to
dkerief by igitii la the &r
atom iet tke appointment ef Je
HwiiW el ikis city of one of
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