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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

MB3T?i yvs Nov. 7, 190a 5 . V .'; ?r - M p v 5 r. fc : He Will Observe the Wreck. Joseph Chamberlain announces that he will pay a visit to South Africa. This visit is made necessary by the complication of affairs under British administra tion. Mr. Chamberlain may find come satisfaction in the im mensa work of construction bo- Core him; but It would not be surprising if when he gazes upon the wreck produced by his policies, ho has one or two pangs of conscience. Vice Admiral Charles Roresford In an inter view recently given at Liverpool said that if Great Britain and the United States Fight, should unite, they could whip Fight, tne rest of the world, "if the Fight, rest of the world wanted to fight" But, after all, are there not more important duties, for civilized countries than that of whipping the rest of the world, or even of boasting that the conquest could bo mado If the rest of the world wanted to fight? Captain Richard P. Hobson In an address at a New York banquet said: "Let ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

J -.-,- HJI ''PPIVMIIlPi apjulput-u--i.,mijuic"j!.J,-i '""" ' " ", ' j-iMi-iM-jiM ?-' 6 - " - i. 4 .' F -: ' 'W 4-1 4. V Curnnt topics THE HUMOROUS SIDE OF THE COAL STRIKE was recently presented in an entertaining way by the Boston Transcript. The Transcript says: "It is a very serious matter out of which somobody cannot oxtract fun, and the present coal shortage is no oxcoptlon to the rule. At tho present timo it is all but impossible to walk along any of the principal thoroughfares of down-town Boston without encountering a crowd every block or so, drawn to some shop "window by an ox hlbit of coal. In some caBes those displays show a good deal of ingenuity on tho part of tho orig inators, but tho majority are very simple. Tho display most often met with consists of a hod or bucket of coal, to which is attached a placard bearing some such rign as 'Black Diamonds,' 'Real Coal,' 'Very Rare Onco Used for Fuel,' 'Guaran teed Real Anthracite,' 'Wo Have Money to Burn, But No Coal,' 'Wo G...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

v o V. ' I1" It Nov. 7, 190JI day out all were discovered by an officer. They .were brought before tho captain, who set them to .work in tho stoke hole. There they heard start ling stories of the fate that awaited stowaways when they arrived in New York. It was too much for Johnson. He learned that a steerage passenger bad died and that his body had been oncloscd in a pine box to bo brought to port Johnson saw his opportunity, and, going down into the hold that night, he tore the top off the box, took the body out and hid It under a pile of matting. Then he crawled into tho coffin himself. Ho replaced the top so carefully that the nails fitted into tho holes from which ho wrenched them. Twenty four hours later ho was dragged out, after the ship had been searched from stem to stern. He was half famished and badly frightened, but with his companions he managed to dodge about from tho deportation pen at Ellis island into the booth for admitted immigrants and reached shore. THE PROPOSED...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

A. I ' " pi. a, No. 42. 8 -T The Commoner. v BE Mr & WS MJVMS JLPfUl f . v; fra&aafcaaaaa&&tf!e Home Sons:. Now thrust my thimble in its caso, And store the spools away," And lay the muslin rolls in place, My task is done, today. , For, like the workman's evening hell, A sound has mot my ears, yr Tho gate click by tho street doth toll Papa has como, my dears. . "Boar off the toy-box from tho floor For yondor chair mako room, And up, and out! unbar tho door, And breathe his welcome home. For 'tis tho twilight hour of joy, When homo's best pleasures rally, . And I will clasp my darling boy, Whilo papa romps with Allio. There, take the hat and gloves and bring The slippers warm and soft, Wliilo baby's tossed, with cooing laugh, In those loved arms aloft. And let each nook some comfort yield, Each heart with lovo be warm, For him whose firm, strong hands shall shield The household gods from harm. Selected. November. -. Thoreau called November "the twi light of the year."...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

'mmmmmm'm JyU it-.-z:-u. i mtavrmiBafFTWi wi.....J'.A.Ja UlLrtJil ' !" "nww my The Commoner. Nov, 7, i9o J. 9 Hf S'r!S ;-r ;- tfr - i1-. K" l I'V, l 'j. L't- . If If" treated by driving a .few pegs into the center of each sole. Sometimes not always soaking the soles in oil will cure the squeak. If they are incurable, give them to Bridget or Dinah, or else donate them, with your blessing, to the very first "rummage sale" within your reach. s Thcro are several ways of filling cracks in floors. First, dissolve a pound of common glue in two gallons of water. Into this stir enough fine sawdust to mako a thick paste, and fill the cracks with it It may bo colored to match the wood. Second, soak fine ly shredded newspapers in water and boil it until it is a soft pulp. To ev ery two gallons add one pound of glue. Fill the cracks even with the boards. Third, fill the cracks with putty, col oring to match the wood if necessary. Good Advice Por Boys. "Most people go through life with closed eye...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

"IiSHM"' wyiiw;;wfww-' x The Commoner IO Vol.a,5N. a. I & JR. It I Whttbw Common or Hot TfabMMQMM1MM1rt tho work of jotting tho franchise Maj MFlxlri'5." Gums I don't care if Biimmor's gono xm' 1 it is purt' Tiigh winter. I I got a ma that cans things Tight, an' plenty or 'em, 'too; 'An' purty soon th' snows 'ill come an' ' then ma dhe'll begin lor Bring them air good ol' pre-sorvos up, an' I'm a tollin' you ' JThey's boun' t' last us quite a spell, f'r down there in th' collar .Th ore's rows an' rows o' fruit jars fullan' 'tain't no boughton stuff. An' ma she knows 'at it'-s all pure an' it won't hurt a feller, OBut she'll jus' let me oat an' eat till 1 have got enough. Th' Bwingin' shelves is all chuck .full ri quinces, plums an' cherries, An' rows an' rows o' marmorlade, o ' jolly an' o' jam; Pooch butted? Soy, them jars is .full, an' them cans hold strawberries All home-made Stuff my ma put up , l no cannin fact'ry sham. FAv-gays a man tan -oat ma's Iruit until . Tils eyes ....

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

l,y:'l-t...IiM-4fr.i, - JM The Commoner. Nov. 7 ii From Ward's to You r& I 1! bVfJ fc v. The Ideal System of Merchandising HMf m Suv your sunn lies direct and snnm tho nmnnl mlrfdtomat' tomtits. Jlr& vntl Sn rin.h thnt unit nra nrkt intnraviorl S rrrtrnr miM ,.... Srnnds nro nnmhncod Hi rant trnm tho mntfffnriit-n sttnA faM ......... M 4 ..... f. .t- sale prices. Over two million people are now patronizing us and buying everything they use at a saving of 15 to 40 per cent over the usual prices. These people are not going it blindly they are the thinking Our $2,500,000 stock of general merchandise Is illustrated and quoted In our l,tOOpage catalogue No, 71, fust front the printers, and It will be sent anywhere upon receipt of IS cents to ' f - k""5" whibiw'uu Hi'WiB r ton" iua r cuik uku tun iur baiatoiu Mid Buyer's Guide No. 71. Over 120,000 people did this last month. r lfl r- Montgomery Ward 8p Co., Chicago "The House That Tells The Truth." "Write fcr Glial oeua Jtoau Carl...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

I'?' lW()flWV VWPP1p rjw 12 The Commoner. Vol. a, No, 42; pp-y.. be Hews of the Week fmmmmmmmfmNmmmmmmmmt An lnterestinsg roport pertaining to the postofflcos of the country was giv en out from Washington on October 20. It is said that a total of 2,370 presidential postmasters wero ap pointed last year, according to tho an nual report of J. L. Bristow, fourth assistant postmaster general. Tho to tal number of appointments of post masters of all classes was 15,970, an increase of 1,313. There were 3,058 postofflces established and 4,059 dis continued, tho latter attributable mostly to tho extension of the rural free delivery service and the consoli dation of postofflces) adjacent to largo presidential offices. Tho number of postofflces in tho United States Juno 30 was 75,824, of which 220 wero first class, 1,023 Becond class, 3,488 third class and 71,193 fourth class. There wore 1,746 robberies of postofflces, eleven robberies of mail trains, six teen robberies of mail passengers, st...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

The Commoner. Nov. 7, if oa 13 t FREE ELECTRIC BELT OFFER vli 'u-mf, vW H WITH TEH 1 AYS HEE WEAalKS T8IALlayoroirm Imf. maruralth ta rcaatoe sad aaly MKlDKLBkRa AlTERXATixa CURKKKT ElkCTXIC KLT8 to ny reader of this paper. Jfo mtj Ik rtmen wry lair ..ttpo.Uliertir.aU. COSTS ALH 1ST H8TWf-Pr.4 Trlth most an other treatments. CtlitlWiriM (riebelU,ppttueMM4rrBtdirl!. VJKiaafcfMrt ka 80 allaeaU. Only Hire ear for ai! bottom dttai, rakBM aad dlMrrfcr. For eamalete acatat Sdcntlal eataloa-ae. cut this ad. out and mall to u. SEARStROEBUCK A. CO., CHISAIO. Democrats Hay Ask Wliy organized Labor wants the Refercs&nW. Why, to stop the strikes, and the ahootUlgf, the "Vampire" TudEs. " They know that If the people were In that if we had a REAL DEMOCRATIC YEItNBIENT, that Labor would get justic. Public opinion, -WITHOUT THE POWKB to enforce its sentiments (see the coal strike) la 4 farce, but Public Opinion BACKED BY TOTES la omnipotent See paragraph ou "Strict Constructionists" in nOW TO ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

The Commoner. H Vol. a, No. 42. j-. JOHN MITCHELL. Close-Range Study of the Great Strike Leader. To no reador of newspapers, to no. man with oars, is it necessary. to ox plaln who John Mitchell is. , No man Who has hold tightly the reins upon 147,000 men for five months' can bo'do nied the publicity which is his duo. No man whose word sways 400,000 men can bo ignored by the public; no man of tho abijity, the 'energy, tho power of John MitclToll can bo denied. Ho has. won -his way to .the com mand of practically all tho coal minors of the United States, ho has won tho rospect and the confidence of tho groat army of " workingmon of nil conditions and classos who have poured into the treasury of the strikers thousands and thousands of dollars because John Mltcholl asked them to do so, because John Mitchell led tho 147,000 into a strlko and kept them on strike and true to the union despite tho most pow erful influences in the country to get them back to work. "If I have made happy tho h...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

' The Commoner. 14 VoS. a, No. 43. II !. re ,-r4-" r (" JOHN MITCHELL. desc-Range Study of the Great Strike Leader. To no reador of newspapers, to no man with oars, is it necessary. to ex plain who John Mitchell is. , No man who has hold tightly tho reins upon 147,000 men for Ave months can bo'db nied tho publicity which is his clue. No man whoso word sways 400,000 men can bo ignored by tho public; no man of the abljity, ho 'energy, the power of John Mltcholl can be denied. Ho has. won his way to .the com mand of practically all tho coal miners of the United States, ho has won tho respect and the confidence of tho groat army of " workingmon of all conditions and classes who have poured into the treasury of the strikers thousands and thousands of dollars because John Mitchell asked thorn to do so, because John Mitchell led the 147,000 into a striko and kept them on strike and true to tho union despite tho most pow erful influences in the country to get them back to work. "If I have m...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

The Commoner. Nov. 7, 190a, 15 GOOD SHORT STORIES I . I TIm Bright Side; "What an optimist Blnksley is" "Yea., It's pretty hard to discourage him," "When he fell and broke his leg last week he lay there and smiled while they were bringing: the ambulance Finally some one asked him if it didn't hurt. 'Oh, yes' he said, 'But I can't help being tickled because it's: the left one I have a bad corn on the little toe o that foot and it'll have a chance to go away while I'm laid up.' " Chi cago. Record-Herald. A Cka tie; Hint. The head of the house had already played the genial' and kindly host for two weeks beyond the time of the in vitation sent to. the third cousins once removed who were his guests. "I can't stand this- much longer," he said behind closed doors to his wife. "But what can be done? They are under our roof" "That's all right I'll give them a little hint, very gently." "I haven't much confidence In your little hints. Hadn't you better leave the matter to mW" "Why should I le...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

rwr jrjw ' - . s The Commoner. rfov. 7, 190a. 15 GOOD SHORT STORIES If Tfce Bright SMe; "What an optimist Bmksley Is" "Yea., It'i. pretty hard to discourage MmJ' "When he foil and broke his leg last week he lay there and, smiled while they were bringing; the ambulance. Finally some one asked him if it didn't hurt. 'Oh yes' he said 'But I, can't help being tickled because it's: the left one I have a bad corn on the little toe o that foot and it'll have a chance to go away while I'm laid up.' " Chi cago. Record-Herald. A CkBtleHlnt; The head of the house had already played the genial' and kindly host for two weeks beyond the time, of the in vitation sent ta the third cousins once removed who were his guests. 41 canJt stand this- much longer," he said behind closed doors to his wife. "But what can be done? They are under our roof" "That's all right I'll give them a little- hint, very gently.'" "I haven't much confidence In your little hints. Hadn't you better leave the matter to me" "W...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

raEZEEQ t ') ' V n "r'lH" fcm The Commoner; 16 Vol. z, No. 4a. ,. Itf ? . Don't Overheat the House. 'As tho city health department points' out, this is the season when diseases of tho respiratory tract are to be ex pected. Diphtheria and pneumonia are 'spreading. It Is a time for tho exor jciso of care in tho matter of keoping the feot dry and of wearing proper 'clothing. There is one very fruitful source of throat and lung trouble which is worth 'especial notice. That is the overheat ing of schools, residences and offices. 'Nino houses in ten aro kopt at a tem poraturo which invites throat trouble. The same thing can be said of most offices and public halls and churches. As soon as there is a faint chill in the air steam is turned on or furnaces fired up and people sizzle in an atmosphere heated to 80 dogroes or thereabouts. , Such a temperature is an invitation to tho bacilli which make trouble in the air passages. It congests tho mu cous membrane and prepares a,-field for the ope...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 November 1902

f The Commoner. WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, es I. K . 1 -- " Vol. 3. No. 43. Lincoln, Nebraska, Nov. 14, 190a. Whole No. 95. DAVID B. BILL'S BOOM Tho editors are now construing tho returns, and each one is able to Bhow that his views have been vindicated at the polls. For instance, the Evening Post of New York says that "David B. Hill has been demolished as a presidential candidate and that he will no longer be an important personage in politics." Other pa perstake an opposite view. The Kansas City Journal says in a special dispatch that the election makes Hill the logical candidate of the democratic party. The Commoner insists that the late elec tion neither helps no'r hinders Mr. Hill. He had no chance of nomination before and has none now. Those who talk of availability, as if the carrying of a state or the losing of it would decide a presi dential nomination, reflect on the good sense of tho democratic voters. They assume that the demo crats of the south will vote f...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 November 1902

1rV J P , ti i v ? clplcs, but promised to'ro'tdrn as soon' as' wore was any attdmpt to surrender its creed. Mr. William can now take. up the work again and with him aa ' a leader it ought not to ho dffflcult to' put the Mas sachusetts democracy again on sound principles. Tho reorganizes of Indiana made great boasts aftor their victory in tho state convention. Well, tho Sentinel had things its own way; it was in a position to have a controlling influence in the management of tho campaign. It rejoiced over tho elimination of every issue that was "dead" or oven wounded and yot it has to mourn as largo a re publican majority aa could have boon polled against tho Kansas City platform. Tho democrats of Ind iana have lost tho advantage of education along democratic lines; they havo mado it necessary to apologizo for democratic timidity and now they havo mot with overwhelming defeat Before they enter 'another campaign tho democrats of Indiana should 'tako their stand on tho national platfo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 November 1902

y ,vi A - " '"ri JjKT..-T.T2. . uiMiauJiiiillHd '"-V'W" "Wf lftf,Tn , f' iu NOV. M, If 03. v erning tho death rate' in various cities, together with statistics concerning the diseases responsible for tho deaths. No one will be surprised at the tatement that pulmonary diseases are responsible for tho largest percentage of deaths, but it will bo a matter of very general surprise that cancer is the disease that comes second in the list and threatens tho supremacy of pulmonary diseases. In tho 134 cities Included in tho statistical tables cancer is responsible for an average of 4 per cent of the deaths. Grand Rapids, MichJ, shows 6.67 per cent of deaths from cancer, heading the list, with Port land, Ore., a dose second with 6.57 per cent Cancer is recognized as a rapidly growing dis ease and the medical profession Ib giving it more attention every day. Much has been said and writ ten about homes for consumptivos and the efforts that have been and are being made to discover some cure for...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 November 1902

SSSBCSS5SSi5BhIS5iSI iV-jrt i f". -4 r , The Commoner. tin The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered at the postoflice at Lincoln, Nebraska, a second class mail matter. TERMS-PAYADLD IN ADVANCE. One Year. $1.00 Slxflonths... fioc Three nenths.... 350 Single Copy 54 Sample Copies Prce. Foreign Postage sac Extra. 1 t SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Commoner. They can also be sent through newspapers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents have been appointed. All remittances should be sent by post office money order, express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checkj, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. 02, means that payment has been received to and including the last issue of January," 190a Two weeks are required after money is received before the date on the wrapper can be changed. CHANOB OP ADDRESS. Subscribers requesting a change f ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 November 1902

The Commoner. fact that even In the presence of this showing the Roosevelt boomers are not entirely happy. Nov. l4rtooa 5 As soon as the election returns were In and It was known that a republican house had been elected, republican papers tooK up tin cry to "let well enough alone" on the tariff question. The Chicago Record-Herald In sists that the republicans must act on the tariff, but it is to bo observed that re publican papers generally incline to tho "let well enough alone" plan.. A Familiar Appeal. - The news of the election to congress from tho Minneapolis district of John Lind, former gov ernor of Minnesota and for a John number of years a representative Lind's in the lower house of congress, Election. wil1 D0 wel1 received by thou sands of democrats all over the country. Mr. Lind is a strong and earnest man and it is safe to say he may be depended upon ae a faithful guardian of public interests. Already the contest for the speakership of the republican house is under way. C...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 November 1902

6. "The Commoner Curnnt Zopks THE DEATH OF ELIZABETH CADY STANTON recalls to a writer in the Chicago Inter-Ocean an interesting story of a brief but Bpirltod joint do bato between Mrs. Stanton and Horace Greoloy. Mrs. Stanton had gone to tho office of the New York Tribune to present a petition asking Mr. Greeley to turn his papor ovor to tho cause. After tho great editor had listened to Mrs. Stanton for a while he turned, in a self-satisfied way, and asked her what she would do in case of war. Without a moment's hesitation she answered: "I would do as you did, Mr. Greeley. I would send a sub stitute." Mr. Groeloy had nothing more to say, but he ovor afterward had the deepest reverence for Elizabeth Cady Stanton. WALDEMAR BORGORAS OF THE AMERI can Museum of Natural History recently read p papor before a historical congress in New York city in which ho described in detail tho traditions and beliefs of tho people of tho far horth. Tho Now York correspondent of tho Chicago Inter Ocean g...

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