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Mr. Saml. Carter 168 32nd Is able
to bo oat again after sereral -weeks
confinement to his bedL,
S. Colrldge Taylor, the famous Eng
lish musical composer, will appear at
The PeMn Theater Monday evening
Mr. "Win. Mossell of Baltimore, MiL,
spent a few days In the city the first
of the week the guest of -Mr. and Mrs.
Philip' Green 343 W. 47th st.
The Triangle & Inner Circle Clubs
are making ready for their annual
Thanksgiving Charity Ball which
promises to be a swell affair.
Mrs. J. H. Coleman 2540 State st,
returned home Thursday evening
from Oberlln, Ohio, where she delight
fully spent the summer with friends.
Mr. J. Harry Harris, formaly of Chi
cago, but now of "Washington, D. C,
is in the city for an indefinite stay,
stopping with Dr. and Mrs. Jefferson,
4314 Forestville Ave.
Prof. W. Kemper Harreld, 6626
Champlaln ave., contlues to take In all
the big functions given by the four
hundred, but so far he has failed to
fork over the five case note to us.
The mysterious death of Attorney
Charles H. Stevenson, who occupied
law offices at 100 Washington street,
and the finding of his body in an ele
vator shaft in the rear of 96 the
same street last Saturday morning
was a terrible shock to his many
friends. From October 1, 1899, down
to the day of his death, Mr. Steven
sen, was one of our warm friends and
firm supporters of The Broad Ax and
he always conducted himself like a
true gentleman, and he was deserving
of a much better fata.
The Hart Recital at the Institntohv
al Church last Monday was a social
and financial success. The social
smart set turned out In their evening
togs, adding to the brilliancy of the
occasion. The programe was highly
classical and brief. Mr. Julius N. Av
endorph who managed the affair was
so highly elated over its success and
encouraged by the music lovers of the
race that he declared himself a "pro
moter" and In the future "will arrange
two or three high class recitals during
tho year 1907" using this paper as
one of his advertising mediums. Miss
es Marie Edith Madden, Edith Lee,
Yergie lively, "Vivian Q. Harsh, Leona
V. Daughtry, and Meelle H. Bryant,
beautifully attired In white dresses,
served as ushers. TJ."
THE HALL OF FAME.
Mme. Humbert, the great French
swindler, has been released from pris
on at Bennes. Her brother and hus
band are also free.
Thomas F. Anderson, a Boston news
paper man for twenty years, has been
appointed by Mayor Fitzgerald of that
dry head of the newly established pub
A gift of $100,000 to the Tufts Theo
logical seminary by Albert Crane of
Stamford, Conn., in memory of his fa
ther, Thomas Crane, Is announced. The
gift is In the form of an endowment.
Frederic Hess, publisher of the Ger
man Demokrat of San Francisco, re
cently celebrated his half cenrury as
an editor. He is said to be the oldest
newspaper proprietor in the United
Among those that attended the re
union of the Fourteenth Connecticut
was Joseph Pierce of Meriden, Conn.
He bad the distinction of being the
only Chinaman that ever enlisted in
the Army of the Potomac.
Dr. Bobert D'Unger of Chicago has
Invented a submarine telephone cable
which be expects will make it possi
ble for people In this country to talk
to people In foreign countries. Dr.
DTJnger believes be has solved the
problem by means of a dual current.
By accepting the post of bead of the
German colonial office Herr Dernburg
makes a great pecuniary sacrifice. He
Js a director of several banks and of
about a dozen of the leading Industrial
enterprises In Germany, his annual in
come amounting, it is stated, to about
(100,000. He relinquishes this for a
salary of $3,750 and an official resi
"Lucky Baldwin of San Frandsce,
who lost heavily in the earthquake, an-
esaces that he will not abandon his
- plans for establishing at Broadmoor,
Csta, ese of the most heautiful coun
try estates In the west The plans for
tke estate were drawn by the late
.Stanford "White, and the preliminary
stlay Involved will, It Is said, be over
Dr. A. S. Crook, for the last twelve
Tears pref essor f mineralogy and eee
jsmlc geology at Northwestern naiver
jtty, fc feeea appelated curator at the
Steele State Maseea ef Natsral His
tory, at SpriagleUL Daring the lest
Prefeesor Creek fee netted
ef aatoral aestsry fe ta
British bronze coins contain ninety
four parts of copper.
In 1S37 the total revenue of the
British empire was 75,000,000; today
k Is 317,000,000.
Westmorland, with seven acres to
each Inhabitant, is the most sparsely
populated county In England.
Trrt.... tio Atlantic cflhlf XT83 flTSt
laid the charge was 20 for a twenty j
word message; now it is sixpence .
For army purposes the United King
dom is now divided into seven com
mands and one Independent district
London. The first British co-operative society
was the Bochdale Pioneers' society, es
tablished in 1844. There are now 1,469
similar societies in the kingdom.
Guinness' brewery covers fifty acres
and employs 1,600 men. The works of
the bass brewery cover 150 acres, on
which are sixteen miles of private
MODES OF THE MOMENT.
Leather tones are the newest shades
The Louis Seize shape, a species of
exaggerated French sailor. Is In vogue
as a dress hat
Long lines in back and shorter ones
In front seem to be the general tend
ency in autumn modes rather than the
unbroken lines of last season.
Very rich and elegant are some of
the new broadcloths, which come In a
variety never before shown. Browns
and terra cottas, all the darker shades
of green and the dark grays are to be
noted among the most fashionable col
ors. The perfectly round turban has re
turned, this time with the trimming,
usually a plume or some velvet ribbon
loops, starting from the front under
neath a rosette or buckle and extend
ing in arched fashion over the top and
side, drooping down over the hair at
the back. New York Post
ITEMS FROM ITALY.
In Rome's cemeteries over 6,000,000
people are buried.
The national debt of Italy Is being
reduced at the rate of i50.000.000 a
The Italians do not seem to feel cold
when the sky Is blue, no matter bow
low the temperature. It Is only when
the sky is overcast and the air humid
that they complain of a cold spell.
In Italy each regiment has Its own
pictorial post cards, on which are the
devices of the regiment, the list of
battles In which It has taken part or
one of the heroic episodes In which it
The gnawing of a mouse led to the
discovery of a valuable work of art In
an Italian church at Campo. Annoyed
by the persistent gnawing, a priest cut
a hole in the wall, when, to his sur
prise, he came upon a splendid fresee
of the Botticelli school.
"What's the trouble, little ladr ask
ed the kind hearted stranger.
T ran away to play Injun," sobbed
the boy In the big blue sweater.
"Yon did, eh? And do you feel any
thing like a redskin?'
"I should say so. When ma get
'through boxing me my skin was as red
as a beef-Pick-Me-UD.
ARCHD3ALD J. CAREY
S. LADJG WDJLIAMS
Hind Diamond Development Co.
Phceiix, Iriz & 2841 State St, Chicago. -
Bulletin No. 5
The Black Diamond Development Co. takes pleasure in announcing to
all the stockholders and friends of the coming In of Well No. 5 on Its
Kansas Oil and Gas Field.
Telegram was received from Mr. Weber, the Driller, that No. 5 Well
came In Oct. 23rd. Thls Well proved to be the best Well of all. The Black
Diamond Company has been indeed lucky drilling five (5) welts In one
year all proving a great success.
Upon receipt of Mr. Weber's telegram, the President, Dr. A. J. Carey,
and the Manager, Mr. F. A. Wesestt, left for the Kansas Fields Tuesday
night, to look over the property of the Company.
They will return Saturday, Octeser 27th.
Stock in the Black Diamond Development Company has advanced to
50 cents per share. THERE IS BUT LITTLE STOCK NOW TO BE HAD
AT ANY PRICE. When the Beard of Directors meet next Tuesday Stoek
may be advanced to $1X0 per Share. The Black Diamond Oeveleement Ce,
new has 80 acres ef seed ell and fee land In Kansas, with FIVE GOOD GAS
WELLS ALL PAID FOR. J
This Cempany ha keen offered ene hundred ($10090) Hellers per dey
fcr the gas frem .three ef Its well. They will be able te et mere than
ere tawdred rfeilers per day er SitHCOO per year. In lee Jlme than ninety
N) days. 6
Institutional Church 3825 Dear
born street. August, 1906 The
Class In Millinery will begin Its
cork the first of September. The
cost for complete instructions Is in
the reach of alL Day Nursery is In
operation every day but Sunday from
6:30 a. m. to 0:30 p. m.
Foot Lotion Ointment cures corns
and persplratoln. Sore feet, etc. Ask
the druggist, ointment 50 cents, per
box, Lotion per bottle 50 cents.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT
Two nicely furnished rooms to rent,
gas and bath, first flat, 5742 Grove
The story of the origin and the
achievements Benjamin Banneker, by
CoL Clarke Irvine will not appear un
til the next Issue of The Broad Ax.
New system of dressmaking taught
at Institutional Church, $10.00. Ten
dollars for the entire course to be
gin the first of September.
We are constantly In need ot first
class waiters at the Windermere Ho
tel, a high-class family hotel In Hyde
Park. Call Head Walter, Phone SOS,
A Good Home for Children.
Wanted children, either -White or
Colored to board and room, they will
receive the care of a good mother;
charges reasonable. Mrs. L. Coleman,
2839 Armour Ave., 2d flat
AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS
The Broad Ax desires to enrage
Agents and regular Correspondents la
all the leading cities and towns
throughout the country. The highest
commissions paid to live hustlers.
Sample copies furnished free. For
further Information, address Julius T.
Taylor, Eftii Armour avenue, Calcace.
From on and after this date all an
nouncements of entertainments, etc.,
for which an admission is charged,
will be considered advertising, and
will be charged for at the rate of 12
cents a line, seven words to a line.
The money must accompany the mat
ter and reach the editor no later than
Thursday morning of the week 'fa
tended for publication. This rale will
also apply to all personal items and
matter for which no charges will bt
made. In other words, all news mat
ter must reach us either on Wednes
day evening or early Thursday morn
ing in order to find Its-way Into the
columns ot this paper the same week
It Is written.
Write plainly on one side of the
paper only, and address all communi
cations to The Broad Ax, 5040 Armour
L. L. JONES
A. WILBERFORCE WILLIAMS
Well No. 5
H. D Ceehfw
O'Donnell & Coghlin
Attorneys at Law
Piaa264Majn Metropolitan Week
N. V. Cor. LaSaU fcrUadolekS.
GRAY & MORAN
ATTORNEYS AT LA
S4U 1114 Ashland Block, Cleric
Randolph Sts, Tel. central
Ttiepaeae Ashland XM
Central ! Antsiatb
MILES J. DEYIHE
CLARK AND WASHINGTON TS.
A. D. GASH
Attorney at Txw,
4-S6L Salle Street, CUoasr
joEcisr e. owiitfsrs
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR,'
as ASHLAND .BLOCK
TC1XPHONC CCKTNM. CHtCAS)
Telephone Yards 6016.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
477 SOUTH IIALSTBTO STIUtBT.
118 W. Garteld Baal.
Telephone Main 43
Residence. 625 Champlaln Ave.
Tel. Wentworth 3821
J. GRAY LUCAS
Attorney At Law
SUITE 51, 119.121 LA SALLE ST-'
Tel. Douglas 1565 Notary Public
REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND
3637 STATE STREET CHICAGO
DR. J. ARTHOR COTTON
9 to 11 a. a
2 to 4 p. xn.
7 to 9 p. m.
233 22ND ST.
Tel. 8243 Calumet
PHOKT. OmCE DOCCILAB 8009
1HU2IK BIS. DOUGLAS
Ur. W. n. Ml
Physician and Sorceon
ours 10 to 12 A. M. 2 to 5:35 P. 3fc
and nights Sundays, 3 to 5 P. M.
Special Hours by Appointment
3432 STATE STREET CHICAGO
Medical Examiner and Court Physician
for ho Foreeters No. 785.
A. B. SCHULTZ, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
2719 State Street
Dr. M. J. Brown
holds tree clinics at Provident He
pttal free dispensary eye, ear, aee
and throat department, Monday, Wed
aesday and .Friday. Hours a to 4s
J. A. O'Dennell,
PANTB made te ,0ec SMS Mp.
Cleentef, Dyefef ami stipelrin.
Strlet Attentten paM uSSmSc.
Tolopaeme Hyde Parle; tf.
W1 LAKE AVE. CWICAOO
WECEKJE EVERY JP-ATROlY
Wholesale and Retail
MARKET AND GROCERY
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 565
81t clixCL State Streets
J. J. Bradley J. M. Flelfc
Telephone Yards 693
BRADLEY & FIELDS
REAL ESTATE, LOANS
S. Haleted Street
Hyde Park. '
6448 Greenwood Ave.
Eat OMeeea Ave. PeHce Cetert
Sandy W. Trice & Co.
29J8 State Street
New Department Store
Why dent you get in the habit of doing your trading in the New
St ere f Every Tuesday and Friday special sales-day and two of Fish Trad.
Inf Stamps with each 10c purchase.
We carry a swell line ef Ladies' Shirtwaists, Underwear and Cor
sets. A eexendM assortment of Shoes. Hosiery, Gloves, Belts, fine Purses,
Laeee, RiMene, Qewne, Bracelets, Millinery and everything you wear.
We make a eeeetalty ef Men's Balbrlggan Underwear, Hosiery, swell
Waleteeats, Pants, Shoes, Fedora and Derby Hats.
A beautiful line ef seft Percale Negligee Shirts and Suspenders.
A fancy line ef Neckwear and Handkerchiefs.
See ettr Neveitlee In Jewelry, Watch-chalna. Fobs, Cuff-buttons, Studs
and Safety Pine.
Beys' Suite, Pants, Hats, Shoes and Shirts.
ILLINOIS BRICK CO,
1994 N. ITMrtorn Av., Chk
TBUpKn LJ VUw 27
afl BB) I
. . .- pWMkv I1, aranc,
UIMftO Sorik Ktlstei Street
South Chicago 2582
OF THE PEACE
9206 Commercial Ave,
sad Legal Decuments Draws
Room aa, 37 North Clark Street
337 BurMac Sen
ad aereed wRh a. view to
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