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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

The Gomirioner. JANUARY iO.'lOOfc- 03 Mendelssohn, is "sung the wide "world, over. riow Ifttlo the dying poet, when ho wrote the new words for the old air which' Jessie Lewars played, dreamed, dt the fame that awaited them fame which will endure when marble and bronzo shall have crumbled into dust. " Sacrifice Sacrifice is the common action of the world. One sacrifices ease and com fort that he may make money, which, in. turn, is sacrificed for the purchase off Something desired. Pleasure often demands more sacrifice than hardships do. For the sake of one more desira ble thing, how many smaller things are sacrificed daily! We are always giving up the present that is sure for the sake of the future that is hoped fo'r. One often gives up all that he has for -the something that he, ex pects. Sacrifice is everywhere an in vestment a- sort of purchase money ffiF something we hope to gain. The' worthy of the object is the measure of the sacrifice. Nothing is given with out an equivalent. ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

"tw The Commoner. VOLUMES, NUMBER 2. 10 V & w mfitHC I J VN I . rM II I V Xl V- - c J Nothing but Soma Rumors After all DoubtloRB you have hoard It statod Knox would prosecute combines, Well, It' nothing but a rumor after nil. 'And that greed would do full justice to the men who work the mines. Well, it's nothing but a rumor after all. It may be that Rockefeller will reduce the, prlco of oil Ak an answer to the people's earnest call. But you'd bettor not believe it as your plans I'll have to spoil It is nothing but a rumor after all. Once wo heard that civil service was the love of Roosevelt. Well, 'twas nothing but a rumor after all. That a hate for crooked workers we must all, suppose ho felt But it seems 'twas only rumor af ter all. With a Clarkson put In office then sent over southern states Civil service seems a vlituevrather small. , ; Onco 'twas told ho wanted good men, but his action indicates That 'tsyas nothing but a rumor af ter all. Once tho g. o. T.'as quoted as a, ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

vi i ! -' W u;. -wwww r ...,-..,.., ivi'"'""! The Commoner. VOLUMES, NUMBER 2. 10 WT5 : Nothing but Some Rumors After all Doubtless you havo hoard it stated Knox would proBocuto combtnes, Woll, It's nothing but a rumor after all. 'And that greed would do full justice to tho men who work tho mines. Woll, it's nothing but a rumor after nil. It may bo that Rockefeller will reduce tho, price of oil As an a'nswer to tho pooplo's earnest call. But you'd batter not boliovo it as your plans I'll havo to spoil It is nothing but a rumor after all. Onco wo hoard that civil sorvice was tho lovo of RoosovolL Woll, 'twas nothing but a rumor aftor all. That a hato for crooked workers wo must allsuppoao ho felt. But it seoms 'twas only rumor af tor all. With a Clarkson put in ofllco then sent over southern states Civil service sooms a viituovrathor small. .., ', Onco 'twna told ho.wantod good men, but his action Indicates , That 'tw.as nothing but a rumor af tor all. Onco tho g. o. "p.-as quoted as...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

i . t The Commoner. if' JANUARY 30, "1903. ;ion Mi -.... j. J uonsumpt nT ...THE WEEK AT m - - i Can be Cured. On January 17 the house passed the, substitute for tho senate bill to establish a department of commerce and labor. This substitute bill differs from, the senate measure in important particulars such as leaving tho life saving service, the marine hospital service, the steamboaf inspection ser vice, the, bureau of navigation and the shipping commissioners under the con rolof' the treasury department, but authorizes the president at his discre tion to transfer to other bureaus for the collection of statistics and the in terstate commerce commission to the new. department. It' places under the control of the new department the na frbal bureaiTof standards, the coast and,, g6ododlc survey, the bureau of statistics", the, bureau of foreign com merceVthe bureau of immigration, in cluding jurisdiction over "Chinese im &ii.dtflbn, t and also creates the bu rcavjjf manufacturing...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

yrn .ii 0 r JANUARY 30, 1903. 1 tie Commoner IT TIP THE WEEK AT WASHINGTON (D On January 17 the houso passed tho, substitute for the senate bill to establish a department of commerce a'nfl labor. This substitute bill differs from, the senate measure in important particulars such as leaving tho life saying service, the marine hospital service, the steamboat inspection ser vice, the, bureau of navigation and the sapping commissioners under the con-JroV-of the treasury department, but authorizes the president at his discre tion to transfer to other bureaus for ine collection of statistics and tho in terstate commerco commission to the new. department. It places under the control of the new department the na tional bureaiCof standards, the coast and g6odedic survey, the bureau of statistics", the bureau of foreign com merqeVthe bureau of immigration, in bidding jurisdiction over 'Chinese im iuUi.bn, and also creates the bu rcaiqf manufacturing and corpora tions'. - A resolution referrin...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

" '' ''" ' "Ww "WW .4 ' . ' Ic-." The Commoner. ,. VOLUME .3, NUMBER; 2, r 13 WW,.MIHM1l , A cablegram from Berlin under cUto of January 17 says: In tlio nogotia llons which aro about to begin at Washington, Great Britain is quite determined that the irroduciblo condi tion of arbitration is that President Caatro shall pay or give collateral, security for Bums already specified. The powors will not consont to rais ing tho blockadountll Venczuola com piles with tho unalterable condition. Tho alllea placo the responsibility for furtkor dolay upon Venezuela. Tho special grand jury in session at Chicago recontly for tho purposo of investigating tho causes for tho coal shortage In that city has returned in dlctmonts against forly coal dealers. By ah explosion of powdor in tho turrot of the battleship Massachusetts dn January 17 at San Juan, P. R., live men wore killed and four injured. ' Tho entlro ship building Interest of tho Ohio and Mississippi valloy will bo consolidated and merged i...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

r,wwi!rtwl'Wjwiwr 'n-w f The Commoner. JANUARY 30, 1903. 13 N that it is not proscribed either by tb.3 constitution or by the statutes unless tlio practice of reading therefrom takes the form of sectarian instruction." The trial of Colonel Arthur Lynch, member of parliament for Galway, on the charge of high treason because of the aid ho rendered the Boer cause in tho recent struggle, began on January 21 at London. It is said that upwards of sixty years have elapsed since there -was a treason trial in England, and tho progress of tho case is being watched with much Interest. Duncan Clinch Hay ward, democrat, was inaugurated as governor -of South Carolina on January 21 and J. T. Sloan as lieutenant governor. On January 22 it was announced that tho bombardment of Fort San Carlos in Venezuela was still going on, three German vessels participat ing in the attack. Twelve dead and fifteen wounded Venezuelans was the result oZ the first day's bombardment This action on the part of tho Gorma...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

1V The Commoner VOLUME 3, NUMBER 2. 4 ' A mwi Airiii wi i i n 1 ttV Ifll - Emirtettsburg (la.) Domocrat: Tho trust problem' will novor bo solved by Its friends. To liopo for tbo con trary would bo to lgnoro tho lessons of history. Bolivar (Mo.) Herald: Tho fact of tho business Is that democrats woro right on overy question onunclatod In tho platform oX 1890 and time Is vin dicating that fact as rapidly as possi ble Easton (Md.) Star-Democrat: If tho senators woro olectod by tho peo plo they would not daro to pursue thoir prcsont dilatory tactics in tho hopo of preventing anti-trust legisla tion. Exotor (Nob.) JUntorprlso: The Bur lington railroad scorns to havo knocked out tho Union Paclilc-Elkhorn mergu for tho control of tho houso, but got loft in tho sonato. Tho rest of ,tho lntorosts of tho stato got knocked out In Novombor, so honors are itearly oven. Tipton (Ind.) TImos: Tho demo cratic argument that tho nocossarles of lifo should hot bo taxod Is very ap parent now. Tho tax on...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

Wpw1pw The Commoner. JANUARY 30; 1003. 5 . THOUSANDS OF EYE CURES tfected at patlenta own hrnej no sur tary, annoraneaorpoaslblllty fl 4ury by TUB ONEAL DISSOCVCNT METHOD. Oadracts, and all other Cntuea et Xllndncra cared. Win. Cronoble, WnfVinnnll. III., mired of Oat&rocts. rw . .j--"' . r . m . , 4Jress-EyeaBtraiiitcnea. rtoKauoor'A pain. AlwayaSucoesrMl 1 1 lost rated 1 Boole, describing all KyoDla- CDCU J aaesand Dr. Onoal's advlo' I Il.l REN ONEAL. ft. D., Suits 12152 Dearborn St. Chicago. i&W'k w-z -- Ki W STARltBi Feuit WANT BROS best by Test 78 Yearn lABaE8T Nuriery. urr Book free. Wof)AVMcASll MOKE Salzomkn I'A I Weekly , Louisiana, Mo. ; IlnatsvilI,Ala.; Etc jf7P Month and Expenses; no cxporlenco Tfe ?k deeded position permanent ;aolf-sollor. Hf i -PKA8KMrG.Co.,btat'n59,(;inciniiati,0. RUPTURE C SURE CURE SJ.BSS Cant. W. A. Collliur', Box 10, Watortowu, N. T. S7i Wppfr Iv t'lralKht salary and expenses paid to nvvij advertise ami introduco our Poultry Compound In th...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 January 1903

.' The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER X 16 - ' Roosevelt vs. Pliko. In tlio Herald wore published some veekB ago the opinions expressed by President Theodore lloosovelt, in nib most strenuous language, o sorno 01 SSpredecoBBorB In the White house. It is Interesting to compare them with tho opinions expressed by ono o tho greatest American historians, tho lato John Flake. ,- Hero, for instanco, is Mr. Rooao volt's opinion of Thomas Jofforaon: "Tho scholarly, timid and shifty doc trinaire . . . was tho fathorof nullM catlon and therefore of secession. . . . Cheap psoudo-classicism that ho bor rowed from tho Pronch revolutionists. . . . Constitutionally unable to put a proper value on truthfulness." Mr. Fisko, Massachusetts Yankee as ho was, calls Jefferson "tho conservative roformor," and says "as a political loader wo havo hardly seen his equal. ' Mr. Koosovolt says that Martin Vaa Duron "faithfully sorvod the mam mon of unrighteousness. . . . Succeod wi iiftPinifin nf ntwl not In snltc ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 February 1903

1 ' - "" 1 he Commoner. WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 3. .No. 3. Lincoln, Nebraska, Feb. 6, 1903. Whole No. 107. REFORM THE SENATE NOW - . The constitution of tho United States pro vides that a constitutional amendment shall bo submitted to tho several states for ratification whenever two-thirds of both houses shall deem it necessary. The same article also provides that congress shall call a convention for proposing amendments "on the application of the legisla tures of two-thirds of the several states." The people have been trying for years to re form the method of electing United States senators. A resolution proposing the necessary amendment to the constitution has passed the house four times and, as proof that the sentiment was not confined to one party, it may be added that this resolution passed two democratic houses and two republican houses. The last national democratic platform contained a plank demanding tho elec tion of senators by direct vote of tho peop...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 February 1903

7 vrJCW1' The Commoner. .VOLUME 3, NUMBER 3. 8 to cngago In Interstate commerce shall file a Htatomont showing stock, liabilities, indebtedness, etc., and applying for authority to engage in In terstate commorco, and tho commission is not al lowed to grant such authority If tho statement jhows any watered stock or If tho corporation is ttomptlng to monopolize or control tho inanu lacturo, product, salo or transportation of any ar tlclo of trado or merchandise. Tho president is authorized, upon the recom mendation of this commission, to suspend wholly r partially for such time as ha may direct, tho collection of import dues on such articles as com peto with articles produced by any corporation which Ib attempting to monopolize an Industry. If any official of a corporation or member of an association of individuals is guilty of perjury in malting tho statements provided for In tho bill ho ahull bo subject to tho penalties provided for perjury. All corporations attempting to cugago in ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 February 1903

"' -" " '''' The Commoner. FEBRUARY 6; 1903.' f.W?,15VW"i"W "' 3 8fl FAIR V IB W W ' , n i .. i m i . i.t i ... . in., . . i . . I I On this page will bo found a picture of the family residence at Fairview. Tho house was not completed as sbon as expected, and is not entirely finished yet, but sufficiently so to present an accur ate exterior view. The ground upon which the house stands was purchased in the summer of 1893 and the house has been in contemplation ever Blnco that time. The original five-acre piece has been added to from time to time until the tract now comprises thirty-five acres. Ground was broken for the house on the 1st day of October, 1901, the seventeenth anniversary of our marriage and the fourteenth anniversary of our location in Nebraska. We moved into tho barn March 19, 1902, and into the unfinished house 06tober 1, 1902. The architect was asked to p"re paro plans for a house that would cost about $10,000, but owing to the numerous alterations in the plans, to t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 February 1903

-" immmmmmmmummmmmi 4 The Comnaoner. ' ! ISSUED WEEKLY. IJntcrcd at the pontoflice at Iylncoln, Nebraska, u necond. Uat mall mutter. i r TERMS-PAYAULB IN ADVANCO. neVenr $1.00 Elxflontlis 50c Three nonth.t 250 Single Copy 5c Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 52c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to Tho Commoner. They enn nlso be sent through newspnpero which have ndver tUed a clubbing rate, or through locnl agents, where such ngcnla ltavc been nppoiutcd. All rcmitlnnces should be sent by post office money order, cxprcs order, or by haul, draft on New York or Chicago. Do not tend individual checks, stamps, or Money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when yout aubecilptlou will expire. Thus, Jan. 02, ineaiiH that payment bun been received to and including the !nst Issue of January, 1902 Two weeks are required after money is received before the date h the wrapper can be changed, CHANGE OP ADDRESS.-Subscribers requesting a change f address must give the OLD as well as the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 February 1903

ipp' avwvmmhqitmriHfrmM JWMJHiWW''W,fl(Tr r; niftmm wimTmrrn-CrW ' v "vpiqr ww-f-'pKT im4iHMWWBy w jywiwwn"-" The Commoner. 5 New York " and Chicago. JTEBRUARY 6, 1903. Mr. Aldrich of Rhode Island is being twitted oven by eastern newspapers with his reference to the "greedy west" Referring The to Mr. Aldrlch's- "indignation," Greedy the Philadelphia Record says: WosU "This indignation comes with an ill grace from the senatorial champion of rapacious trusts and corporations in the east", for whoso benefit he stubbornly opposes any mitigation of the spoiliatory schedules of the Dingley tariXL" New York has a population of 3,583,930; Chi cago, has a population of l,80v,000. New York's area is 326 square miles; tnat or Chicago is 191 square miles. New York's street mileage is 2,572; that of Chicago, 4,103, and yet according to statistics recently issued in Chicago the expense fdr the administra tion of the chief departments in New York for the past year amounted to $28,610,970 while Chi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 February 1903

-T.WltRflfll : 0U y 6 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER X CURR8NT w&ir i 4 4 fffs WN. I. i i rsgszac r, T . jgte:: ,y m jkfcMi AN IMPRESSIVE SCENE TOOK PLACE RE contly Iti a jury room in Chicago. Patrick J3cehan was on trial for murder and when the jury rotirod for doliboration tho foreman, William II. Diet., suggested to his fellow jurors that they kncol in pruyor and ask for divino guidance. Tho Btiggestion was adopted and Foreman Diet' led his follow jurors In pruyor. Tho verdict of tho jury was not guilty. To a nowspapor reporter Foreman Diotz said: "I felt hoforo wo could ao anything in tho matter of taking a vote on Doc han's guilt or innoconco that personally I needed wisdom. God has said to us when wo needed wisdom that wo should pray for it. I felt that tno Holy Spirit should bo my guido in this matter be causo of tho ovidonco wo had heard. I theroforo naked my brothor jurors to kneel down and ask God for wisdomthat wo might look to II im for guidance. I belloved that ever...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 February 1903

'wnrf" r-Tiipynmmj,iT vgfm r' FEBRUARY 61903.' The Commoner. largo plate glass windows In said store occupied by the plaintiff were blown in and broken by said wind, deflected as aforesaid, on Sunday, November 23, 1902, and again on Friday, December 5, 1902." COMMENTING ON THIS PECULIAR SUIT, the attorney for the owners of the build ing says: "We have received a complaint from Mr. Vincent's counsel. We refused to pay for the damage, declaring we could not admit any such liability. The owners of the 'Flatlron' cannot con trol tho wind, and certainly are not responsible for its pranks. Owners certainly have a right to build on their own property, and there is no limit to the height they may see lit to go. The windows in Mr. Vincent's store, perhaps, were not ilrmly set." Mr.. Vincent's attorney expects to produce the testimony of other tenants in the block, and also that of policemen who, he says, have seen persons blown down at this corner. THE AUTHORITIES OF MICHIGAN, CON fronted wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 February 1903

rjr tw" M$, - The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER X. 8 Po5t-Nuiiilnl. We used to walk togotlicr In the twi light, Ho whispering tender words so hwocL and low, !As down the green lanes, when the dews wcro falling, And thro' tho woodlands whore the birds woro calling, We wandered in thoso hours so long ago. But now no more wo walk in purple gloaming A down tho lanes my love and I ah, mo! Tho tlmo is past for such romantic roaming Io holds tho baby while I'm getting tea. Wo used to sit with lamp turned low togothor, And talk of love, and Its dtvino ef fects, When nights woro long and wintry was the woollier; Far nobler ho than knight of prince ly feather, And I, to him, tho lovoliest of my sox. Now, oft when wintry winds' howl round the gable, ImmorRod in smoke, ho pores o'er gold and stocks, Tho fact ignoring that across tho tablo, "Tho loveliest of her sex" sits darn ing socks. Oft whon orrayod to please my horo'o fancy, I tripped to meet his welcome call, lie looked unutterable things hi...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 February 1903

r?',iv '""" KPV" '"rf7,fl nwwmn "fiyijiniieMM . The Commoner. FEBRUARY 6, 1903. 9 -y work; in most cases respectability of duties is required; sometimes not so much as that But one can win re spect and confidence in whatever line sha undertakes, by respecting herself, and doing conscientiously and pains takingly the duties required of her. " The rule, however, in too many cases, is "not how much, but how little." Whether in the house or out of it, such employes get the benefit of frequent changes. If one tries faith fully to discharge acceptably the du ties given her, she may yet fail to meet the expectations of her employ ers, from- having mistaken her calling or overestimated her abilities in the line chosen; in either case, if she is determined to succeed, she should try to find out wherein she is lacking, study the question in all its bearings, Improve herself as much as possible, and try again. But of this she may be sure she cannot be degraded sim . ply because soma one higher...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 February 1903

- wwmkw ' ' ijfj mnpyim ww - V- -- - "1fTiJ(HpT, jt'Tt II The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER .- 10 jer $mmowot That Dorr. Thnt dog? Tic boaBtfl no pedigree. Juwt dog, nno yellow, too. For i)tnity no great Bhtiltcs to see, lint, lot ri o vuy to you UoV winh liH weight lu jewels rare Bccaiuu IM hnvo ycu know Di'.o bis si-raggly, yeKow hair, Tlio baby lovea him so. Watch dog? He isn't worth a cent For anything liko that. On gnawing bones ho is Intent; Ho wouldn't chaHo a rat. Ho's in my way, disturbs repose By barking to and fro. But ho is sai'o, for well he knows Tiie baby loves him so. Ho buries bones all o'er tho lawn; Ho barks without oxcuso. You d think to hear him bark at dawn I-To'tl baric his Innards looso. Ho'd bo a nulsanco, I've no doubt, To you, and have to go. But wo, well wo can't do without The baby loves him so. That dog! Ho's ugly; yes, I know. But worthless? Say now, seo! Tho finest konnols cannot show A dog "worth moro than ho. Good points? Ho hasn't got a one; His yello...

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