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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 December 1902

rmmifvumrmmw f ' "tj - V V 1-Jtmt ' i Dec. 19, 190a tlio view of this republican paper, the claims of the territories are good and thoro is no danger to ap prehend from their admission and it will be a re lief to the country to have done with this busi ness once for all. ? J? ONE OP THE MOST DIFFICULT OFFENSES to deal with is tlat of bribery and the skill with which Circuit Attorney Folk of St. Louis has surmounted obstacles in dealing with this offense has won for him tho admiration of the public. In certain of the cases which Mr. Folk is present ing to the criminal court, not only has he intro duced the testimony of the men who were em ployed to give the bribes, but ho has actually in troduced as a part of the testimony the money that was deposited for payment. 5? 4' PHILIP STOCK WAS THE AGENT . OF A street railroad company. This company set aside the sum of $135,000 to be used for the pur pose of bribing tho members of the municipal as sembly, In four cases Stock testified as to ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 December 1902

' urynt ' 8 The Commoner. Tol. a, No. 48. i t' A,- WJtr- " S3 - nhi. the dome Department. Conducted by Belen Watts WcUey. The Conductor of Uiis De partment will undcrtaltc to answer questions that interest Housekeepers. Address care Commoner. gMWW Dimple's Christinas Present. Now, what shall wo got for our Dim Sweet Dimple, who sits on my knee, And coaxes, with whispers and Kisses . For something she wants for her "tree." She has toys that would stock a small merchantf -And dolls, something less than a score; Of all sorts andshapes and conditions, In numbers they burden the floor. She has a wee cabinet cupboard With cunningest drawors and shelf, Just groaning with all sorts of dishes, From daintiest china to delf. Her cutlery beggars description, All silvered and polished with care The daintiest falling-leaf table, The prettiest red and gilt chair. A work basket .lined with soft satin, With pockets of cardinal red; Tucked into them, wee, snippy scis sors, And ribbons and buttons and...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 December 1902

WW"'W The Comttioner, Dec, i, i9oa. keeping Iho hands soft, smooth and white." For the teeth, tepid water in which are a few drops of tincture of myrrh, makes a pleasant wash to bo used after, each meal. A simple powder mado of three ounces of fine powdered mag nesia and one ounce of. orris root is nice; rinsing the mouth with diluted listerine is also recommended. Brush ing the teeth at night with milk and magnesia neutralizes the acid which forms in the mouth. Powdered char coal and tincture of myrrh is also recommended as a dentifrice. A harmless, cl easing, saponaceous dentifrice is made as follows: Eight ounces of orris root, eight ounces pul verized chalk, four ounces pulverized castile soap; thoroughly mix by stir ring. In a bottle have a mixture of two drachms oil of lemon, two drachms oil of cloves, one drachm oil of neroli; shako these oils well to gether; pour over a teaspoonful and a half of the powder, stirring again so that the perfume may be thoroughly mixed through t...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 December 1902

" xiJlwiwi'''tTwwi'if'i'1 I'lhipmj,!!' i-' The Commoner 10 Vol. a, No. 48. 'Tnnr"" ' trri"jmmru wnwpiftt It c ..,. JfH Whetber Common or Dot a The Lonsr Ago. JTIs Christmng eve! Turn low tho lights: let nuiv'ring shadows fall f 'Athwart tho curtained windows there, and play along the wall. Lay work aside. 'Tis time for rest; fc 'tis time to put away Tfie cares and trials that beset the : . weary hours of day. I 'Tis Christmas eve. Quick stir the fire! Now, in its ruddy glow We'll live again the happy hours Christmas times of long ago. .We'll walk again the old-time paths; the old-time friends we'll meet; 'And to the old-time 'homes of youth ," we'll trip with merry feet. And hand in hand, and heart to heart, ? we'll tread youth's golden ways, And live again the joyous hopes wo lived in other days. 'The clock ticks on; its pendulum r swings slowly to and fro, And ev'ry tick a mem'ry brings Christmas times of long ago. And so another Christmas comes. We linger in tho gloom, While ghos...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 December 1902

m'vm(fmmptwi". " ' . rSffS1 The Commoner. Dec. 19,199a if Why Be Fat -V? . BOOKS RECEIVED v ev The Commoner is glad to commend to its children readers a book recent ly issued, entitled "In Happy Far- When There Is a New Homo Treat ment That Quickly Reduces - Weight to Normal Without Diet or Medicine and Is Absolutely Safe? A TRIAL PACKAGE FREE BY MAIL. Don't "be too fat; don't puff and b'owj don't endauger year life with a lot of excers fat; and furthermore, don't ruin ycur stomach with a lot WBBSmw V mm R9n 1 1 v f mm IHI l mm BMIPjlIIIiV 4 lit K KMrRwJ IHVirw vv ill Al Er ilaPEbEu3 of useless drugs and patent medicines. Send jour name ana address to Prof. F. J. Kellogg. 1587 Kellogg Building, Battle Creek, Mich., and he will stud you fiee a trial package of his re markable treatment that will reduce yourweight to normal. I o not be nf mid of evil consequences, the treatment is perfectly safe, is natural and scientific and gives such a degree of comfort as to astonish those who hav...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 December 1902

liiBlpm Tpi-r vswMrnr''r ymwto.i 'jrv ipjt -ry?r''T,"'w'i;,n 4 12 The Commoner. VL a, No. 8; Mmjuwp Slight earthquake shocks extending over the state of Utah have been re ported ainco November 17, in some portions of the state it is said that not a day passes that shocks are not felt. A cablegram from Berlin, dated De cember G, says: The admiralty secre tary, Von Tirpitz, has voluntarily in formed a member of the United States embassy that the German cruisers Ainazone, Aridne and Niobe are posi tively not going to the "West Indies, and semi-official statements in Kiel and Wilhelmshaven papers have ex plained that the cruisers are not going across the Atlantic because the naval law of 1900 requires that six small cruisers shall remain attached to the first squadron of battleships. There fore, these three cannot be sent on for eign service until the completion' of several cruisers, which are now building. After many difficulties a new cabinet for Spain has been formed and sworn in, ac...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 December 1902

uiMHW!lff,V11 lv --j' w w "- f r - r --(rn", -(w vi TPWrrj"" . I The Commoner. Dec. i9, ioea 13 fmfffffjlimm ifii'winwpiiwm'i' m esatsatoa Cerlumae rUt of -. tSfel Muwi Ton have ateleo nr. m iivS rff S oalrtsi tlon ef a ' Kr brooch, locket, ilod, unep, ctar dui tone or a Watch. Ws tend It for roor ex vj-a.- . i- mi fl! amtaalloa, If t please yon. psy one flflh of the price and lp It. Send the baUnee in 8 equal monthly payuienli. Te fire a written guarantee with ototjt diamond, make czchati(e at any time, or cheerfully rttund money If goods are not eatisf artory. Write for cataloguo. It ihowithon anili of beatttfnl thtnpi for ChrUtmaa within the roach of all, throng oar Literal Credit 8;atcm. Our prleea are from 10 to 30 per cent, lower than local dealer. L0FT1S BROS. & CO., -ttljKE See. 8-0, M t 88 State SU, Chicago, III., U.S. A. J POLITIC Conraca hy Mall In Arxcrtcaa 1-PoIltlMi, IlUtarv. Civic. Kvoiiom. lot and Elementary LaVi Eminent professor In charge. Courses endoised by s...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 December 1902

T-v i rwwj'gr r' "! TV The Commoner. 14 Vol; a", No. 48. vr1 4.i . ' i n m , f ' W 4 Jt FORUM OF THE WEEKLY PRESS f tt Columbia (Mo. J .Herald I President Roosevelt should send for the Missouri seal. It has two bears upon- it t - El Paso (111.) Press: The "Iowa Idea" will be knocked sky-high when it runs up against Hanna's "Ohio idea." ' Freoport (111.) Bulletin' The bear3 seem to be having things their own way in Mississippi as well as on Wall street Emmettsburg (la.) Democrat: The attorneys for tho coal barons earned their salaries in examining John Mitchell. Crete (Neb.) Democrat: There is little' prospect for any legislation against the trusts or tariff revision at this session. Jackson (O.) Herald: The president says we "have tho power to control the trusts, but he never said that ho felt inclined to exorcise it Hastings (Neb.) Democrat: After strutting around during the campaign. with the anti-trust chip on his shoul der, the president is very tame about the trusts ill -his me...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 December 1902

j 10fimmm wnwvMmmmtwmmiimm The Commoner. Dec, 1 9. 1903. 15 K& Don't Pie of Consumption A Positive Cure Fund by a Celebrated Mich igan Physician He Sends a Urge Trial Package Pree by Mai) to All Who Write At last a cure liaa been found. Incredible as it may seem, after the centuries of failure, a KjikFiB Kfr XLLLamj.? DR. D. P. YONKERA1AN, the Discoverer el Tuberculozyne Endorsed by Stato Officials and Greatest Medical Men of the World as the Only Cure for Consumption. positive and certn n cure for the deadly consunip tion has at lat been discovered. It remained for a great physician of Mich gan to find the only known cure for consura tion, after almost a life's work spent in experimenting and study. Consumptives who have returned from tlic west come home to die Because incy inougm nothing could be done for them have tried this new discovery and uc now well and strong. If you are afflicted, do not fail to send at once to Dr. Derk P. Ypnkcrman, 13U Bhakcspeare Bldg., Kalamazoo, M...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 December 1902

'inmwn sum, iirtjiW wiwftojy 1W-N! lUHLWJMiui I, i iiii wgyuiPWH n i) nyi mm i mium, iwsgfffrn ,v , 16 The Commoner. Vol. 2, N. 45. ro . The Philosophy of Despair In a recently published essay- Dr. David Starr Jordan writes suggestive ly If not convincingly of "The Philos ophy of Despair." Taking Cor his text certain quatrains, of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, Dr. Jordan attempts to state what is tho reply of science to pessimism. "In the presence of the infinite problem of life," writes Dr. Jordan, "tho voice of science is dumb, for science is the co-ordinate and cor rected expression of human experience and human experience must stop with tho limitations of human life. ... It is my purpose here to indicate some part of tho answer of science to the phil osophy of despair. Direct reply science has none. We can not argue against a singer or a poet. The poet sings of what ho feels, but science speaks only of what we know. "We foel infin ity but we cannot know it, for to the highest hu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 26 December 1902

Commoner. I he W WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. B IT Vol. 2. No. 40. PRES. ELIOT AND LABOR President Eliot's eulogy of the non-union strike breaker has called forth the condemnation of the' federation of labor, and excited criticism from all quarters. The first question to be de cided is whether organization among laboring men is desirable. Those, who say that it is, can point to the reforms which have been brought about through, the various labor organizations. The secret ballot, arbitration, the lessening of the hours of labor, legislation against child labor, the increase of wages; the better protection and the sanitation of mine3 and factories; and the discussion among laboring men of economic, social and political questions these are some of the things that the labor organization has accom plished. But for the organization the condition of the wage-earner today would be very much worse than it is now; without the. labor organization it -would be difficult to imagine ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 26 December 1902

ByySngMiyw iiwpiqwiifipfiwiwwm ipwwjff rrjfw,'' j The Commoner. VoI.-'af No. 49. lf -CfQVoland's second administration when he used the patronage of his office Co induoe enough dem-. ocrats to join the republicans to carry through a republican financial policy Indorsed by the demo crats. (The Wilson bill which Mr. Cleveland forced through in the fall of 1893 was identical in purpose and almost identical In language with a bill introduced by Senator' Shermanji year be fore.) ' The statement that the democratic party; was "compact, well 'organized and ably led" is a palp able mistake,, because the defeat cyf 1894, suffered just after Mr. Cleveland had successfully carried through his financial policy, was a more sweep ing defeat than the defeat of either 189G or 1900. The .defeat of; 18p4 came before the present reor ganizing element had openly co-operated with the republicansj'what would bo the defeat nowishould the reor.ganizers, fresh Jrom their alliance, with the Republicans, . at...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 26 December 1902

- t r " ' 1!. ' .. The Commpner. D.ec.-a6, 10;. . 3 to improve thetemper and, -morals--of the soul less "pb'rson' created by law, or to quicken the conscience of the trust magnatos. ' -. JJJ Borie' s Bugle Blast. "The public bo d d," was a classic contributed to American political literature by Vanderbllt A director of 'the Lehigh Valley Railroad com pany, BeauveAU Borie by name; has provided a companion piece for the Vanderbilt statement. A representative! of the Philadelphia North "American, in his Yeport of the meeting bf the di rectory of the Lehigh Valley Railroad 'company .'says: ' .:" Beauveau Borie, one of thd directors who attended the special board meeting, was asked for information as tp what haU beeiidone. "There was nothing of any importance or of outside interest," ,ho replied. ' "That being as' you say, Mr.Bbrie, would it not be to the best interest of the-.company. . and all concerned to let it. be known Just . what the financial matters acted upon were?" "There has ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 26 December 1902

WSIy.. MrA-w'W'vR'',jwW!J" S , . . V r " Commoner; -- : i. t. Vol. 2, No. 49. ft The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. .' Entered nt the tfostdfficc at I,iucoln. Nebraska, second, class mail matter. TLRMS-PAYAULB, IN ADVANCE. . One Year ???...... $1.00 J I Three rienths..... age Slxnonths 50c Slnjjle Copy........ flc 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 n clubbing rjitc, or through local agents, where such agents haveJbecn appointed. All remittances should bcsent by post ofiice monqy 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 wrapper showsrhen your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. 02. "means that payment has been received to and including the last issue of January. 1902, Twp weeks arc required after money is received before he date on the wrapper can be changed. CrlAN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 26 December 1902

up Jim iipipiiiiiiiwyniin 1 1 r "T" "'M"jp- -v ---.tyw .-r-- - yi - -n ( The Commoner. Dec. 26, 19. wtmm&rmwmm immmvi ww t r &.' - ANNOUNCEMENT- -" 1903 " THE COMMONER - 1903 On December 17, 1900, it was announced through the Associated press that Mr'. Bryan was about to begin the publication of a weekly newspaper, to be known as The Commoner. Subscriptions begun coming in immediately, and soon taxed the resources at hand to properly care for them. On January 23, 1001, thefirst number of The C o m -an oner made Its appearance. The paper then consisted of eight pages, but before the end of the first year it was increased in size to twelve pages, and during the second year to sixteen pages. The circulation of T-h e Commoner lias made a steady growth, each week showing an increase over the preceding week until the paper, as it nears the end. of. its second year, has a circulation of 140,000. The year 1903 will be full of interest to' those who are studying governmental problems...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 26 December 1902

i" -'V, 6 The Commoner. ft Vol. a, No. 4b. i - ft Current Copies A YOUNG DESIGNER LIVING, AT GREEN wich, Conn;, is disturbed by 'dreams and as a result of his ldtest dream the young man hag become the champion of a plan for the purchase of Palestine and the transformation of that land into a Christian republic. The Greenwich corre spondent of the New York Tribune says that Ar- thur Smedley Greene, that being the name of tho young .dreamer, recently had a vision in which ho saw the land of Palestine stretched out before him, lilce a scroll., .Suddenly- the scene changed,,, and he behejd Peter the Hermit leading troops of crusaders. Mr. ,Gre.ene adds .that as the vision, vanished he heard a voice calling upon him Jo :re7 deem tho land; frcjn the Turks. The young de signer, then made a flag, which he says is ,ari ex-vj act reproduction, of one he saw in his dream and with this banner he proposes to -go from city to, 'city asking for contributions. He is now paganiz ing a society, which...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 26 December 1902

The Commoner. Dec. 26 1 190a tJ daughter of J. Ogdcn Armour of Chicago Tho operation was a successful one and Mr. Armour has announced that, he will erect -what is to be known as the Lolita Armour Institute of Blood less Surgery which is to he endowed with $3, 000,000. Mr. Armour invited Dr. Frederich Muel ler, Dr. Lorenz's assistant, to become tho head of the institution. This hospital is to be free to any one who may be in need of the treatment pro vided. A knife is never to be used within the place. The new Armour Institute, is to bo, as its name implies, an institute of bloodless surgery and is to be for the benefit of the roor as well as the' rich. A very fine way, indeed, for Mr. Ar mour to show his gratitude for the relief provided his crippled child. AFTER ALL, PERHAPS MR. ROOSEVELT is not to have a walkaway in the republican national convention and perhaps, after all', Mr. Hanna is not entirely out of ihl fight. A Wash ington telegram to the New York world says: "Gen. L. T....

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 26 December 1902

r-offf lgr- UPiinrjiiiiPiijj iiwmmn mmmimwmmnmusm m ' " "! tf 8 The Commoner. ',; c Vol. a, No. 49. & I Ce jjijffe Department ,. Conducted by.. dekn W. TtlcUtp. After Christmas. I have lately heard a secret Heard It, too, from truthful lips; Santa Claus, the sly old follow, Makes his after-Christmas trips! - In these trip3, ho has discovered Many things that cause him pain Discontont, and hate, and envy, Thoughtful love bestowed in vain. He lias soon his choicest presents Torn and broken and defaced; Santa Clr.us, tlio' rich and lavish, Frown3 on willful, .wanton wasted All unknown, he watched some chil-. dren, In their pleasant home, at play With tho very toys he gave them ' : On the latest Christmas day. t. Johnnie's horse was kicked and beaten, Just because it could not neigh! Thought that Santa should have brought him Two live horses and a sleigh! Katie wished her doll was larger,,. Wished its eyes were black, not blue; Finally, in anger, threw it 'Cross the room it broke in...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 26 December 1902

v atSSmmStKH The Commoner. Dec 26, i9oa. 0 great extent will take the placd of the ocean dip. Try it some morning when you feel particularly tired and "no account" Take- great handfuls of tho salty water and groom yourself with 'it. Plenty of towels is a luxury, even if they are not fine ones. Do not, however, buy the cheapest grade. It pays to buy serviceable matorlal. You need half a dozen soft fine ones for pauing tne face and neck dry. Coarse towels should not be used above the shoulders. Crash, in. any of the rougher grades, is all right for the body and limbs; what you need is friction, and this you must get in dry ing off. A rough towel in a strong hand is about the best method. The thousands of refuse outlets are Etriving to rid the body of its waste matter7 and one must aid tho good work in the bath-room. Wrap about your hand a generous sized wash flan nel, dip it into ammonia-sprinkled ;water, lather if well wi'h white castilo Soap; then begin, right up under your eare, an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 26 December 1902

."irr iiiyuymimn -g 'wig;niiimi'" wii ay .yiMv-WPwl tMmiWWjWM1 The Commoner. IO Vol. a, No. 49. 'wp ' ' jp , mtv,' ' " 'pmt"i JRP' r i l Whether Common or Dot te4444 A Lang- Time Ago.' - -.. ' .' -I ft This "world power" business Is causing us,; woo, t . Don't you know. ' e '"' -: . It's hard on the doctrine laid down by Monroe, i. , . And that's so. In days that are gone no time would we w.iqte; ' ' Vj ' .5 The land-grabbing nations would quickly be chased From this hemisphere with the greatestof haste- "" ir But that was a long time; ago. , v ,; . Bravo Stephen Decatur, in long vanished years,. At Algiers, ;'" " Toward the bold pirates see, swiftly he steers! Amid cheers. . ' . "But we've changed the methods, and-now: we. pursue!: i. - A course that is wrong, and fcr JJneJeSslm ew,. -jjM Wepension rank robbers, like those In Sum Jj it ,p .--' ... .. .. . 1 i.i-"'.,H'MJ .' And tue sultan our nag louuiy jeers. ; This "manifest destiny" 'bout Which we blow,. ' . 'Don't you know, " ''...

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