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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 January 1903

The Commoner. JAN. 23; 1903, . , 5 Sonator Dollivor made a very rash move "when fa speech delivered in the senate he intimated that ho was weary or oeing. leu A around by the nose by Senator Rash Aldrich. of Rhode Ialand. Sena- Move tor Aldrich has led his republi can colleagues around by the fnr in fTifisfc mn'nv voftrft and it is very nearly approach to treason for a republican to reject it leadership. Tn his BTioonh rmVlvincr to Senator Dolllver of ra, Senator Aldrich asked Mr. Dolllver what the reciprocity provision in uiw Greed Dingley law meant. "Did it of the mean' asked Aldrich, with I wt mucn meaning, oixumvi, mK wo wure uiu$, LU duukuuv - io industries of the United States to the greed, it mt nionan of fho mrrlniilt.nral interests and the lanufacturers of the west?" Now Senator Aldrich hould tell us what he meant by that T;hat state lent is just about as interesting as the reciprocity provision in the Dingley law. im,q -PhtinriAiniifn. Rp.p.nrd is indienant because le impu...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 January 1903

SWW" J " ...... 9 .. -" -.." . JV The Commoner. 6 VOL. 3, No. 1. CURRSNT GOPICS .lCrr-w .,, i tf .fff , ,,,.,, ..,, SS Br P"1 P. I THAT AT THE VERY MOMENT WHEN THE groat powers of the world aro pretending to bo engaged In an organized effort to preserve tho world's ponco the United States should take stops to increase its naval forces to marvellous proportions, is thought to ho strange by a con tributor to a recent publication. This writer has overlooked tho fact that In tho opinion of military mon, as well as that of many statesmen, "the best mothod of preserving pcaco is for a nation to bo prepared for war." An interesting essay on this subject will bo found In an address to tho house of roprosontatlves delivered January 30, J 824, by President Monroe. Tho house had passed a resolu tion roqucating tho president "to communicate a plan for a 'ponco establishment of tho navy of tho United States." Mr. Monroo transmitted a report from tho secretary of the navy containing tho plan call...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 January 1903

""nnjpr FiSwFrsoTi m Ttm ' '-. . -7, . - 'if. JAN. 23, 1903.. (whatever relief be obtained will be temporary and limited by the designated period. What is to bo done after tha expiration of the ""twelve months, even though the situation is not so acute then as uow? Would not the people bo benefited by the iremoval of the tariff after tho expiration of the period named, even as they would be benefited during tho designated period? Perhaps the real milk in the cocoanut is revealed by Mr. Payne's statement: "While there is a threatened coal fa mine in any part of the country we cannot turn a deaf ear to the cries of the people.' Are we to in fer that if a coal famine was not threatened the republican congress could "turn a deaf ear to the cries of the people?" Inasmuch as the republican congress has for so long a period turned "a deaf car to the crlea of the people" Mr. Payne's state ment in this respect will be accepted as a candid, even though somewhat unnecessary, confession. J? &am...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 January 1903

Vi - I f FQ ii l ' "' ffT i "' ,AnwH- I. (I "! The Commoner. VOL. 3, No. Is 0 of her own way, and should be treated as a "case of temporary insanity." It should be the business of the husband to see that such intemperance is at once stopped, oven at the risk to him self of having to eat cold victuals arid sew on his own shirt fastenings. 8 - Truo Martyrdom. So ho died for his faith; that was ilno! Moro than moat of ua do; But, say, can you add to that lino That ho lived for It, top? In his doath, ho boro witness at last Ah a martyr to truth; Did his llfo do tho same in tho past, From tho days of his youth? It is easy to dio: Men have died For a wish, or a whim; From bravado, or passion, or prido: Was it harder for him? But to llvo! Every day to live out All tho truth that ho dream't "Whilo his frionds mot his conduct witn doubt, And tho world, with contempt Was It thus that ho ploddod ahead, Novor turning aside? Then, wo'Il talk of tho llfo that ho . led ' Novor mind how ho died. Er...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 January 1903

" " -STn The Commoner. JAN. 23, 1903. 9 -rr-r vtV. fnitpiFj' wjfwjifiw "" t- jj "! "Www -T'r-3rir"i T' hardy plants, of which I may tell you in another paper. These plantB are not expensive, and, once started, mul tiply themseLves rapidly. Th "Housework Girl." Although all may not be rose-colored in the life of the housework girl, evon with good wagas and extra priv ileges, is it more so in other employ ments? The housework girl has her hoard and room rent in addition to her wages, and she can indulge in as mucii or as little laundering as she pleasps, free of extra expense. The sewing girl, typewriter, office or 'fac tory girl, -and even the bookkeeper, may pay almost and sometimes quite, all she earns for the essentials Which the housework girl hardly considers a part of her ' wages," while,; to offset their free evenings, she has the cus tomary half-day off' to h'erself, and as many evenings' out asa reasonable, 'modest girl cares to spend away from home; and not the least of her...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 January 1903

E&m&xa iMiwWMPMUMiMWyyCTjBiiMWM ii urn hi miymiia;ffyri 'ii'ii jja w nnrwMiw ' TiTWX The Commoner. 1V0L. 3, No. i, r. v if TrWI'Wll IO t ' t h ... i 8- ,..i pf, ?s&: t V: f , Three Dreamers. iWe.'ro drifting along on the River Dreams, Dorothy, Rona and I. ,,,,, iWo'rc -guided aright by tho firelight's gleams As tho (lancing shades go by. Ah, sniooth Is tho rlvor for such as thoy Who've novor a pain nor caro; Its ripple's aro singing n roundolay For their vlsiqns bright and fair. Two dream with smiles, one dreams with sigh Dorothy, Rona, and I. Thoy dream of a fulurola golden sloro Far down on tho river's sido, " "Whero tho shining sands of tho lovo lit shore Aro their playgrounds clean and wide. I dream of days that will no'or return From out of tho vanished yoars; . And my dreaming oyes feel tho acho and burn Of a dreamer's unshed tears. . -Two dream with smiles, ono dreams with sigh -Dorothy, Rona, and I. " So wo drift along on tho. low wave crost, Dorothy, Rona and I....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 January 1903

ffft "T " liftfrfiW" t,rVW-','i"W-T "t s ' (iTipiwww(rfp i' The Commoner. JAN. 23, 1903. ii s. "& 'J '' 1'YjgWvj if -v -i""j(-'y -y f (ir-r v -f ..Lorenz and His Methods... So much attention has been directed to the doings of Dr. Lorcnz, the Vien na ffurgeon, that The Commoner read ers may be interested in a description of his methods printed in the New York Press and written by Victor Smitli. Mr. Smith's article is as fol lows: Some call him lo-RENZE, some LO rons, some LAW-rens, some LAH rents, some Lah-RENTS. It makes no difference. The Viennese is no giant. I expected to see a Goliah. He was a very tender little street Arab, playing the violin for crowns and florins. The exercise of fingering tho strings must have given his left hand its power of manipulation in blood less surgery. . In his immaculate white toga he looks less like a butcher than many eminent masters of the scalpel and saw. His arm, bared to tho elbow, is brown and hairy. His wrist is flat and broad, a wrist ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 January 1903

rtJlfWl tantwW'iMllw UltillWilllIWWliIWliiiMiiiiWT'Wii'i ijw mnn i s. ;. :' !: The Commoner. 12 SW'1 Jvlr' V.l Jr' Ji ItlAl Ir s Js. ... C .'(..vHU ;,w"V t)lllvrv l v ??a On January 10 as tho Uing of Spain, his mother and tho court wore return ing from church a man fired a pistol at one of tho carriages in tho proces sion. No one was Injured, howovor. Tho man was promptly arrosted and doclarod that ho had not atteraptod to talco tho life of tho king, but wlshod to kill tho grand chamberlain. Tho rocont recall of Dr. von Hol lobon, tho German ambassador to tho Unllod States, is viewed with satis faction In British circles, according to dispatohoB from London. It is said that public opinion in England has bpon strongly directed against Ger many in tho Venezuelan affair, and the recall of tho Gorman minister ia regarded as a humiliation for tho Germans. United States Minister Bowon loft CaracaB, Vonozuola, on January 11 on his way to Washington. Ho was ten dorcd a groat ovation by memb...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 January 1903

The Commoner. JAN. 23, 1903. 13 The Week at Washington. Oh Jamiary 10 it was announced jthat President Koosevelt had consent ed to prepare and have transmitted over his signature the first formal message by wireless telegraphy across the Atlantic ocean. The message is to jbe sefct to the king of England and it is, expected that lie will reply by the eaiuo mode of transmission. J Eepresentative Thomas H. Tongue of the First congressional district of Pregon, died in Washington on Jan nary 11. The remains were taken to Mr. Tongue's Oregon home for inter ment Mr. Tongue was 6ft years of ago and has served for three terms and was elected to a fourth. On January 12 several of the rail roads filed their answers with the interstate commerce commission" in accordance With the request made of them for a statement of reasons for the increase in freight rates on many commodities. The answers embrace citations of the increase in taxation the cost of maintenance and operating the roads, and the i...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 January 1903

w: St Ea?.iiwsBgMw H The Commoner VOL. 3, No. 1. ' .. . - "' ' "" N.,. 4 v -.Chicago Public: republican tonat: Bollcronto (Pn.) Domocrat: Rooho volt and congress will attack the trusts with bags of wind. Iowa City (la.) Domocrat: Tho Standard Oil trust says that It jlocs not owo Its prosperity to tho tariff No, Its piracy Is of tho moro direct sort. Roclcvlllo (Ind.) Trlbuno: No ter ritory Is "ready for statehood" ac cording to tho standard of Bovorldgo, until tho republican party has a lead plpo qlnch on It. Suggestion for a "Hero's to a full dinner pall and an ompty coal bin. Lot tho so-called trusts' alone and stand pat, stand pat!" Loulsvillo (111.) Ledger If organ ized labor wcro holding up tho coal trains tho militia would havo boon . called out a month ago. Why should organized rapacity bo permitted to do tho sumo thing? Mt. Sterling (111.) Examiner: Slnco Socrotary Shaw Is such a good joke mal'or, ho might try to. havo soran practical fun at tho oxponso of Wall street gamblo...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 January 1903

TV "wm " '131" Sit JAN. 23, 1903. The Commoner. m 15 , ,? Leaders of Men. One of the best books dealing with men whose lives have been marked by success is "Leaders of Men," published by the KinRichardson company, Springfield, Mass. The book is a hand some volume of nearly 700 pages, pro fusely illustrated, and deals with the lives and characters of a large num ber of prominent and successful Amer icans. The biographical sketches are written with consumate, skill and without the least touch of partisan bias: Indeed, the writers have ex celled in this particular branch of lite rary work, and the result is a book tnat will be a splendid addition to any biographical library and no better book of the kind could be found to give into the hands of young men and women who are about to enter the business world to do for themselves." ''jueaders of Men" contains biographi cal sketches that well nigh make up the political, religious and commercial history of the republic. FREE ELECTRIC BELT OF...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 January 1903

ityvwy' " yo w 'WT" T'","W 16 .'4fc-- The Commoner, VO& 3, No. L L -., ' Something About Venezuela. Vonezuola has boon so conspicuous ly boforo tho public recently that Commoner readers may bo interested in nn nrtlclo printed in tho Boston Transcript and written by Frederick W. Cobtirn. Tho article is ontitlcd "Venezuela and Its People," and is as follows: It is significant that tho capital, Caracas, eight' miles from La Guayra as tho bird llios, occupies tho crater of an old volcano. "WUti tho aciil ogotism goos solf-assortivenos's eas ily oxcltod, easily allayed. Tho Vene zuelan is just now "blowing his head of" or rather having it done for him. Occupation has boon found for the crowds of idle men and boys who loaf in Caracas streets, always well drossed, woll groomed and with no vlslblo susceptibility toward a job. A gay placo Caracas is, a miniature Paris, though Parisians make wrv faces at it a town of which Richard Harding Davis has told to tho world his love. A town it Is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

tr "'A f Commoner iThe Pi EV .1 F WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 3. No. 2. Lincoln, Nebraska, Jan. 30, 1903. Whole No. 106. a&a&l iy.(5j tkp.&i Our Sister Republicflexico ift.Go The Land of the Aztecs Have you ever visited the land o the Aztecs? If not you have' a treat In store' for you. And r . , "- . even those who have been there before find themselves unable to resist the temptation to return occasionally to enjoy again the fasmnatinff beauty of the scen ery and note' the progress which the young re public to the south of us is making. Having spent the holidays in Mexico I feel that the reader will pardon me for devoting a few columns to the subject-even more, he will expect it. Nowhere in the world can the touris find so much variety in so limited a territory and no country offers to the American so much of interest and of education at so spall an expense The Aztec ruins alone would repay a visit ihey furnish conclusive proof of a civilization far in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

ylftirli."TTfg'n'i:niniMfJiTnrarjiiBcfiiiiiii n l i i """f"""1-""1111" The Commoner, S- . . r-.,Tk .- r- ..'X' V.T. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 3. , ' 38 'march from tho seashore to tho' table-land, tho Intrigues with joalotm tribes, tho .hair-breadth escapes, tho explorations and tho .advanced Ind ian civilization found-all those mako Prescott's volumes intonsoly interesting. Sonor Romero has brought tho history down to dato In two volumes Issued by Putnam & Co., of New York, books that ought to bo studied by ovcry American. Nearly a hundred years ago tho people of Moxlco, part Spanish and part Indian, took up tho fight for independence and, unaided, secured a noparato political existence. This ended Spain's rolgn of three centuries beginning with tho Con quest, during which timo that mother country had glvon to Moxlco a languago and a religion, and had taken from Moxlco about everything valua ble that could bo extracted from soil or people Following indopondonco came an era of frequent r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

KffH JANUARY 30, .1903. 3 t f . ' The Silver Qus'tiori' gestion that birds were sometimes painted for th purpose of giving variety in- color.-' Sufficient time has elapsed, however, to show that in this case the hues were put on by nature's brush and made indelible. I found that the people of Mexico were dis cussing the money question. I did not meet a sin gle person in the republic who- declared himself in favor of the gold standard, but some were alarmed at the possibility of its adoption. State ments eminating from the United States financiers have been quoted in Mexican papers and some of the local financiers have adopted the policy that has everywhere been pursued by those who sought to make a change intho financial system against the interests of the people. NTheso financiers, while declaring themselves averse to the gold standard, were suggesting the fixing of a new ratio between gold and silver -with the idea of preventing the fluctuation of exchange. All domestic business i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

mqWir "W Tr ic Afr 4 the Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. tr .. M- ' Ktitcred nt the postofficc al Lincoln, Nebraska, aa aecond tlaM mail tunttcr. TERA1S-PAYABLB IN ADVANCG. One Year $1.00 I I Three flonths as EtxneHtliit fioc J Single Copy 50 Sample Copies Free, Perclgn Postage 53c Extra. 5UBSCKJPTIONS can be flent direct to Tlie Commoner. They can also be sent through newspapers which have adver lined a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents have been appointed. All remittances should be scut by post ffice money order, express order, or by banL draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual checks, stamps, or Money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. 07, means that payment ban been received to and Including the last issue of January, 190a Two weeks are required after money is received before the date a the wrapper oau be changed. CHANOE OP ADDRES5.-Subscribers requesting a change f address must give the OID as w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

HH1I'-MW"" t" ' The Commoner. y JANUARY 30, 1903.' Not For nilllona. Poor v oid Monopolies. ' It,is reported, tliat JolmD. Rockefeller told Dr. Philip Marvel, an Atlantic City Plan, L11U.U UU yywu .," cj - million dollars lor a bluiuuv.u that would enjoy solid food. A million dollars will accomplish dnnl fnr iroofl as Well as for evil in this world; hut even a million dol lars will not, restore a stomach once it has been destroyed by mistreatment W. H. Seaver, a wire manufacturer, appeared before the house ways and-meanB committee and Steel Bald that the policy of the steel ' Sv!. ' trust has been "to' retain prices Trust Qf raw materiai at so high a Policy. level that independent concerns have found it , difficult to liYe.' Mr. Seaver -added that the trustr has "offered wire rods in Canada , several dollars l"essthan for domestic use. in the light of this statement, the New York World 'observes that the precise manner in which the consumer-is "benefited" by the trust is interesting...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

n,wnift'mivpnwmfnumnmmfi't"i iijMgjf jim wini'miiw '" JjMBJilfff jriyy VW''t'' 'MHWyw'T1 "VpfM V . .' " 6 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBEltl fCURRGNT lrTSSTrrr.. ac V m- --t-- x AN INTERESTING CASE IS ABOUT TO COME to trial bcforo tho fedoral court In Boston. Referring to this caso, tho Chicago Tribune says that hoforo it is finished It may involvo tho In eldo history of tho Porto Rlcan campaign and mako rovoiatlons which will Interest tho whole country. Tho caso Is briefly this: Senor Mateo Tagado of Maynguez, tho richest planter and one of tho most Influential eitizons of Porto Rico, brings suit for libol against P. G. Badger & Co., publishers, of Boston, on account of cortaln statements in a book Issued by thorn purporting to lay baro Inner occrots of tho Porto Rlcan campaign and also making somo startling assertions about Senor Tngado. Tho book In question was written by Karl Stophon Ilorrman of Now York, one of Roosovclt's Rough Riders, and at ono time editor of tho Smart Set...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

Upwwfi? I mwrnwmmuumwrtyr V- yfcftmi- niimrryW ,qf'f fy- R JANUARY 30, 1903. - conference" which was suggested by the Gorman government. The Tribune's correspondent Bays. ; "The main purpose will be the fonnatjpn of an International seismological association. With rei erence thereto the question' has heen raised whether it would not be advisable to have the international association of academies, which was formed recently, work out a common plan for in ternational co-operation in seismological observa tions. The opinion is expressed that if this were done this international earthquake conference might be dispensed with, especially as there are already too many scientific conferences of ail sorts. This opposition comes principally from Eng land, but it Is to be presumed that a large num--ber of expert scientists will advocate the necessity of an international conference." 8. a? EUROPEAN CORRESPONDENTS TO AMERI can newspapers report that the physical condition of Prime Minister Balfou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

-r9- :IJ ISS wnnj.t.wyHiiliiiini i;,n nnvmnpum w uipwf'iyjiw U'" The Gommoner 8 VOLUME .3, NUMBER 2. Once I Wm Pure." 0, the snow tho beautiful snow! Filling the shy and tho earth holow: Over tho houso-tops, over tho street, Over the heads of the people you meet, Dancing, Flirting, Skimming along, Beautiful snow! It can do nothing wrong. Flying to hiss a fair lady's check, Clinging to lips in a frolicsome freak; Beautiful snow, from tho heavens above, Pure aa an angel and fickle" a3 lovo! Oho snow, tho beautiful snow! o tho llalos gather and laugh as ' thoy go! "Whirling about in its maddening fun, It flays in its gleo with ovory bno; Chasing, Laughing, Hurrying by, . It lights up tho faco, and it sparkles . , tho oyo, And even tho dogs, with a bark and a bound, Emu. ?.t the crystals that eddy around. Tho town a a'."o, and its heart ia aglow, To welcomo tho fall ,of Clio VvJLiJul snow. How tho ' wild crowd goes swaying ' along, .,-- riuiung oacn oiucr wun mirtn anu ' with song; How ...

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