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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 November 1902

2f - 'irsrP9rTE" """"i BW Nov. iVijpoa The Commoner. 5-' f-lmo assigned for rollglous teaching must be dearly tnv d off and separate from the time assigned to Becmar education. This clause In the case of the board schools was overridden by the 'Cowpor-Tem-fclo' clause, which runs thus: No rollglous cate chism or religious formulary which Is distinctive of any particular denomination shall bo taught in Itho school." THE NEW EDUCATION BILL OP 1902 IS DE scribed by this same writer as follows: "The first object of the education bill of 1902 is to abolish everywhere, save in London, all existing authori ties for elementary and technical education, and to establish one local authority for the education of the nation. The proposers of the bill contend that as regards elementary education the tendency has been to institute a sort of rfvalry between board schools and voluntary schools, and conse quently to tempt the board schools to spend more than they are justified. As the board schools l...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 November 1902

:MMiaHMnra i V The Commoner. 8 Vol. a, No. 43. IH M .3f":"x Y .. V ju m ' m. M- .,' ;".- vm r 9W9999w ....the Bomt Department... j A Parody with Purpoae. It is not gonorally known that some years ago, when Professor Crouch, au thor of "Kathleen Mavourneen," was first reported to bo in needy circum stances, James Whitcorab Riley gave him large assistance and wroto the following appeal for him a parody on the exquisite "Kathleen Mavour noon": Kathleen Mavourneen, the song is still ringing, As fresh and as clear as the, trill of, tho bird. In world-weary hearts it is sobbing and singing, In pathos too sweet for the tonder- est word. Oh, have wo forgotten the one who first breathed it? And have wo forgotten his rapturous art? Our meed to the master whose genius bequeathed it; O, why art thou silent, thou voice -"" of my heart? "Kathleen Mavourneen," thy lover still lingers, The long night is.waning-the stars pale -and few. - Thy sad serenader, with tremulous fin gers, Is bound with his ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 November 1902

RBISPPIIFIHHM w&?ru la.lf!. ..J . . ..'.TT'", ,--. -. T"! "Tr0 The Commoner. Nov. M, i9oa. 9 it irnr fc VI, ;, fc. fr r i t fc. ;?- domestic and womanly qualities. At the age, of about twenty-five years, she bogan her brilliant and useful career, as an advocate of -woman's rights and suffrage. For this cause she fought stoutly despite ridicule, and oppro brium, overcoming all obstacles, and doing a wonderful work in behalf of those who come after her. Susan B. Anthony, one of her life long co-Workors, says of her: "She was, to a remarkable degree, a word artist Her ability to con struct beautiful sentences, and frame thoughts in classical language, was unsurpassed. She was always called 'the philosopher and statesman of the woman movement' She was always afi aid and assistant, and whenever my work got too heavy, I went over to see Mrs. Stanton." Many who Knew her only as a writer and a lecturer mourn her loss as that of a- personal friend. Water Hyacinth. The water hyacinth, an ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 November 1902

r i n The Commoner. Vol. a, No. . IO Whether Common or Dot I 4,mQQQ0QvQQ Keep On Trying:. If you sometimes fool discouraged, that's the, time to prove your worth, gmilo and seek another purchaso on this busy whirling earth. . Bpit upon your hands, my brother, grab a hold with all your might Grab and keop right on a-holding, keep a-holding good and tight ffimo is wasted when you're weeping, and a man who's sad of face Seldom lands among the winners in tho old world's business race. If you slip, get up and hustle pluck s worth more than all tho rest, Jand you'll surely get there sometime if you do your level best Never sit down in the ashes weeping over efforts vain; full your belt up one notch tighter, then strike out and try again. Keep on trying, ne'er discouraged, even though you often fail, -And don't stub your toe, my brother, twice upon the selfsame nail. Profit by each failure, comrade, and brace up to try once more, Feeling sure that ev'ry effort takes you further than before...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 November 1902

( 'VB " 3 Vf-' , -. .mv ..' . , The Commoner. Nov. 14, 1993 ir rr.r - mw 1 BATTLE OF THE BALLOTS. The results of the general election held on Tuesday, November 4, were generally favorable to the republicans, although the democrats made sub stantial gains in the congressional election. The republican majority in congress has been materially reduced. According to the best estimates the republicans will have 208 members and the democrats and populists 178. In the twenty-one states holding guber natorial elections the republicans win sixteen. The vote on governor in New York was remarkable for Its closeness. Odell, republican, has about 10,000 ma jority on the face of the returns, but a contest on the part of Coler Is prob able. The Chicago Record-Herald prints the following table showing the prob able complexion of the next house rind sonate: ' House. Senate. Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Alabama 9 . .' 2 Arkansas .; 7. .. 2 California ....;. 5 3 , 2 Colorado 1 2 . . 2 Connecticut '.r.. 5 ..' 2 ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 November 1902

I WMf W WWM'W ii ' i )' BMippWjWI'Wllpi Wi'i!V" '' " wu . BiTTCTiTOffTPPHiiT.,- .. --- - j iT ., SIT' The Commoner. 13 Vol, a, M. 43; - --wr -- tot jgyy ' 'T"JH fT Tj r ' r ., p TT V fcf Ps J e Jews of e Week i mmmmfiM&wmmNmNffNttmfmmwt During the progress of a football game at Chicago, 111., on November 1 ono of the spectators' stands collapsed carrying with It 1,000 .people. Of this number thirty-one wore Injured, but nono of them fatally. ' It has been reported from Franco that tho dispute botwoon the coal op erators and tho strikers will bo sub mitted to arbitration. A movement Is on foot to ostabllsh a system of pensioning by which a minor aged 55 having sorvod tho same company thir ty years, would got a yearly pension of $120, and one having worked with dif ferent companies for the same length of tlmo a pension of $110. For tho third time In Its history, tho town of St Pierre in Newfound land has been burned and the loss Is stiraated at $500,000. Tho main por tion of tho t...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 November 1902

t """l ..hdWAlitJ r - The Commoner. Nov. H,ioJ - 13 .-, . Er - t& & BSc. Vl - LT - UsV Mb It " - - - WEAK EYES BEWARE OF BLINDNESS Tew eaa b eared at home 07 the wead .-fal Oneal BlMelveat Treat ewt. Cataract. Seam, Fllnu WkUeBftstaentfeeeyee, rMHlU4 Lie's, Weak nn Bare Ejvi. Oetle Nerre Dle-aim-EllOHM of lIllk&HCM CUKKO WITHOUT T II 8 1LN1PK. Writs and tail hlmj year eye troablea and he will J aariseyon jkxe wr uha kuis. Illoirtratedb ok fall of vain Able Information ana testimonials of iaadreds of oarefl SENT FREE. rs. Xather Noble. 8M Ilowan Ave Gklca&o, eared of Optlo Nerro Parallels. Write her. Nothing sont 0. O. D. unless ordered. Cross-Eyes Are Cured Tty Dr. Oneal wltheat the knife or pain. Address OWEN ONEAL, M. D., Svltc 121 52 DMitera St., Chlca. STUDY LAW AT HOME PropnrefortheBar or for advanced standing In a resident school by cuing your eparo time only and at yonr own home. Courses of study, tozt books, practice work and Moot Court same as In resident sc...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 November 1902

mw-jwaifflwww EkSHS H yjjjiu"iiM-,iiilp.'ni,i ijopif 'mtiwTW "-u ijij DT!IP'-TOTT j i ..,' j' r The Commoner; . . r " - yoi.af no. 43. BoHOl 14 - IN THE FIELD OP LABOR. I WHAfTRJUSTS ARE DOING. j . X7H . tir r t r Laundry workers at Denver, Colo., have organized. . Mill workers aj; West Duluth, Minn., will form a union ' . : Employes of ladies' custom tailors of Boston liavo organized. t Hamilton (Canada) printers and - briclciayors are asking for an incrcaso of" pay. Prospect of higher wages is causing Belgium glassworkors to emigrate to this country. A movement for a nine-hour day will bo inaugurated by the machinists at Richmond, Va. Stavemakors at Memphis have de manded an increase from $3 to $3.50 a hundred. Tlr6 Russian finance minister, Witte, has recommended that strikes should ""legalized in Russia. Tinners in the Central railroad shops at Macon, Ga., are on strike to enforce a demand for an Increase of CD cents a day. Russian and Italian tailors at New Haven, Conn.', who 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. — 14 November 1902

KtiM'm wW''''Wesii,fPW..i.ir pfctv..iP,ll'lW..'1 "O n VJ Commoner, Nov. 14, ifoa, 15 85 fc,t Sf1 Mj? , rt-T " W sar aw," .' ' ' All Have Trouble. . If Dame Fortune treats you badly as you travel on the way, Do not let that fact disturb you, but be cheerful all the day. Never lose your pluck and courage and- whenever she may frown, Just go on about your business and she cannot put you down. Toe, rofuse to treat with trouble, in a world so bright and fair tYon will And there ia no reason to bo loaded down with. care. rYou should tackle your misfortune and should fight it out alone Please remember all your comrades have some troubles of their own. Just go out and view the landscape when you're feeling rather sad, For a little of God's sunshine will be sure to make you glad. You can call awhile on nature ram ble through a wonderland That will charm you with its beautios, though you do not understand, Then your troubles will not linger and, in fact, you will not know How and when your tr...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 November 1902

IV The Commoner. Vol. 2, N. . i6 ' , r Learn to Play ANY INSTRUMENT by Note. The Fiaao,Orai, Guitar, Violin, Iaaj$ aid Mandolin. UR teach inatrnmental Music, Haringny. Composition and Orchestration by mail. and guarantee success. , You need not know one thing about wustc when begin ning to learu by our inethod. Etcry feature from the very simplest to the most compli cated execution, made so easy and Interest ing that anyone can learn without yeara of tedious study and , great expense. Thci most competent ana pracuw in structors are at the head or each department. Fifth year of success. One minister writes 'Am more and more pleased with the Instruc tions ns each succeeding leshon comes, and am fully persuaded I made no mis take in becoming a pu pil." Air. C. C. Parker, of Port Huron, Mich., writes: . I have nothing "but good words to say for your school." He is now taking his third term. His wife i3 also a pu. pil. I Instruments Supplied. W this wanf inmfi nnf in ererv locality to kn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 November 1902

V :i w fc v The Commoner. WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. v t - 3 '!. In" r Vol. 3. No. 44. Lincoln, Nebraska, Nov. 21, 1902. Whole No. 96. USE OF MONEY IN POLITICS The growing use of money in politics is an evil which demands immediate and serious con sideration. No one acquainted with the facts can believe that the largo campaign funds expended everywhere by iho republicans and in some sec tions by the democratic reorganizers are cither necessary or legitimate. In one voting precinct of Nebraska the republicans boasted that they spent more than one hundred dollars. As there are only a few more than one hundred voters in the pre cinct referred to it would mean a campaign fund of about $200,000 for Nebraska alone if the same -effort was made in all the precincts. A Con necticut paper, speaking of the democratic cam paign, says that the twenty-four state committee men should be required to raise one thousand dol lars each. "If any committeeman cannot produce this sum," says ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 November 1902

-".una ;fcy, .Vdfa2Sgp. A. f. . eastern speakers and tariff roforin was put for ward as the main question. The editors jle voted columns to tariff schedule and to statistics showing that our manufacturers aro selling cheaper abroad than at homo. They insisted upon the froo list as the solo and only remedy for the trusts -and thon the election came and the ro " publicans swept the country. Do the return set tle Le tariff question? Of course not A high tar iff is just as bad today as it was before the elec tion and the democratic party should advocate tar iff reform, not because an election can bo won on it, but .because it is right For .the same reason tho party should stand by its position on the money question, on tho trust question and on im perialism. If success were tho only thing desired all the democrats could join the republican party and bo sure to win, but instead of doing that they will continue to preach the .gospel of democracy confident of the ultimate triumph of their ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 November 1902

V a is The Commoner. Nov, 3i, 1902. 3 V 1 "Overboard with Our Jonah." The Albany (N. Y.) Argw Pr jcrU "with Apolegie t Nchm" what It Cull "A Few Plain, Cokl Truths" for New Yrk Dmocray v.- The Albany (N. Tf.) Argus was recognized dur ing the recent campaign as tho personal organ of David B. Hill and the up-stato democracy. After -the recent election tho Argus printed an editorial entitled "Overboard With Our Jonah." Tho Argus ' .editorial was as follows: . "Now that the returns are substantially com plete, since rainbow chasing has ceased and tho heavens are clear and facts are now in full show, 'the Argus proposes, with apologies to none, to put a few plain, cold truths for tho consideration of tho democracy of the state. "Judge Alton B. Parker, was tho choice of ev ''ery delegate to Saratoga who was observant of present conditions and capable of comprehending tho duty of the hour. If it had been permitted to . present this name to tho convention he would have been nominated with a...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 November 1902

n. The Commoner. 4 ' Vol. a, No. 44. f it ' S as ' t .t ' ;? 3vv- ". Hf.. " rV " The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Bntered at the postoffice at Lincoln, Nebraska, a second class mall matter. . . . f . TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. One Year.. ..... $1.00 ElxJIonths 50c Three rientha..... ag Single Copy so Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 52c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Commoner. They can also be sent through newspapers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through Ideal agents, where such agents have been appointed. All remittances ahould be sent by post office money order, express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual check, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapped shows when your .subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. oa, means that payment has been received it and including the last issue of January, 1903 Two weeks arc required after money U received before the date on the wrapper can be changed. CI1ANQB OF, ADDRESS. Su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 November 1902

WW VLT li r Nov. a i, 1902 2S5H? E'v ,5 - ' & fcY m. l Jb. " B Wf E i. . 1 t The Philadelphia Press, referring to trusts, ays: "Regulation, publicity and the prevention of special privileges or over capitalization will be prevented. Leas would be Insufficient More would bo unnecessary." But the Press is not in favor of pre venting the special privileges which certain trusts find in the republican tariff. Tho ChicaEO Record-Heinid "says: "The es teemed New York Sun has nit as yet seen fit to The Special Privileges. frnt Baer out as its presiden tial candidate for 1904. Why tho delay?" Porhaps tho Sun is reserving Baer for second nlana. Perhaus Mr. Eliot of Har vard, who referred to tho strike-breaker as tho greatest hero of the ago, is the Sun's preferred candidate. Eliot and Baer. A trust has been organized for tho purpose of controlling tho orange crop of the country. Ono of tho promoters announces tnai tho purpose is not to control' prices, but "to improve sys tematically the ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 November 1902

6 Commoner. I i h- 1 9 r H' d ni Current topics v I THERE ARE MANY MEN IN THIS COUNTRj. enjoying high reputation who object to mu nicipal ownorshlp. it la true that the municipal ownership idoa has grown in the United States at a rapid rate during recent years and yet the posi tion of antagonism en tuo part of influential men in various communities throughout the country has provonted tho municipal ownership plan be ing very generally established in tho United States. A largo number of towns in England have adopted municipal ownership and tho London Times re cently bogan a vigorous campaign against tho plan. The London correspondent for the New York Evening- Post says that the Times is being laughed at for Its pains. According to this cbrr.v spondont: "Roturns published show howprbvin cial towns are securing better sorvico3 as regard's gas, water and markets by municipal management, while they are also relieving their rates out of "tho profits. Darlington, after six years of municip...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 November 1902

MHHIHWmKv '-IB 111 MXllliil'i II n f The Commoner. 7 i. "ft Nov. 3i, 190a tains, around tho Dead sea are rarely seon "with distinctness because of this haze. ' IT IS NOT DIFFICULT FOR ANY ONE TQ BE llove that tho world has obtained but a hint of tho possibilities of electricity and therefore tho statement make by Frank Sprague, tho well-known American electrical engineer, in an interview with tho London correspbndont of tho ohicago Record Herald will not occasion great surprise. Mr. Sprague predicts that tho day is not far distant when the steam locomotive will bo unknown in and around London. Xn the beginning, ho says, there will be electricity for suburban lines and steam for long distance trains, but soon it will bo found to bo quicker and more convenient to oper ate all railroad traffic by electricity up to a cer tain radius reaching beyond the suburban area. Mr. Sprague thinks that the general adoption of electricity by English railroads is coming much more quickly than most pe...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 November 1902

f i ' J " 8 The Commoner. ol. a, No. 44. V I" 14 m m W .. (...Xbe dome Department... ) Thanksgiving. Tho' fair sunny summer .is faded and parit, Tho glad golden autumn Is ended at .1 last; Tho days of the growing and sowing are o'er,' Ofreaping and heaping tho rich har ,.."" vest store. Tho ripe, rosy apples are all gathered ' in, They brighten the collar in barrel and bin; And nuts for tho children, a plentiful store, Are spread out to dry on the broad ' attic floor.' The great, golden pumpkins that grew to such size Are ready to make into Thanksgiving pies'; And all tho good times that tho chil- i dron hold dear, Have conio round again, with the feast " of the year. Now, what shall we do, in our bright, happy homes To welcome this time of good cheer, as it comes t family we sometimes And extremes. Ono boy may be a reigning terror, while his brother may bo next thing to an angel. Thoy may receive exactly tho same troatmont, with widely vary ing resultsi But as often as not, if the ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 November 1902

J!,. r .1 The Commoner. " "7X .' Nov ai, i9oa. m S . bac and mingling with the juices of the bird. Tho giblets should bo chopped up and left in the gravy. Tho time re quired for steaming varies from an hour and a half for a tender young tur key to three hours for a tough old one. vv VS In preparing tho dressing for the turkey, soalvyour bread in cold milk long enough before needed to insure its being thoroughly moist For oys ter dressing, add to tho moist bread crumbs, salt, pepper, sage, one table spoonful of butter and two dozen raw oysters. Mix all together, and stuff the turkey before baking. S To Roast a Turkey With Chestnuts. Prepare the turkey" in the usual way for roaming, take some bread crumbs season with salt, pepper, a little sago and a large lump of sweet butter; take one dozen chestnuts, boil until tender and chop fino; mix all together, and stuff the turkey. TTowls are nice stuffed with boiled celery cut in pieces an inch long. A Cranberry Sauce. After removing all so...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 November 1902

ill Commoner; . IO Vol. a, No. 44. "V Wbetbtr Common or Hot; ZM4Qi Buck the Line'. 'Are you up against hard luck? Buck the line! Show the world you're full of pluck; Buck tho line! Smash ahead with all your might, Toe obstaclos left and right, Brace up, friond, and make a fight Buck tho lino! Is your path bosot by foes?k Buck tho lino! Does hard fate your way opposo? Buck tho line! Hump your shoulders, bow your nock, Don't lay 'down at ev'ry check, Smlla and always be on deck : Buck tho lino! ' '" Long tho way unto the goal? Buck tho lino! Strive with all your heart and soul; j ' Buck tho line! Grit, your teoth and try some more, Through you're hammered till you're sore, And 'some timb you're bound to score ' -Buck tho line! - half-back. That.him cutting across tho campus' Fables In Rhyme Jim Scroggins never thought nor read, but went where party bosses led; and whooped it up both day and night for tariff tax with all his might On high protection he went daft and helped ttoo trusts ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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