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

-V ip-,rrjfl7n,rTrT.ipiPr -, , The Commoner. --a &ARCH G, 1903. The supreme court of North Carolina lias de cided that applicants for license to practice law must be "able to write legibly, Draw and spell reasonably well. th Thero are many lawyers I jna throughout the country who will not seriously object to the con- 'dition relative to orthography; and yet we may, expect a general .protest from the bar agains. tno "able to write legibly" provision of this opinion. Commentinc unon the "annual currency BQueeze," Henry Watterson in-the Louisville Courier-Journal says that 'the A remedy could be easily found Bit either in some form of an as- Slgnlficant ft currency an emergency issue of bank notes." It is sig nificant that those who so vigorously objected to bimetallism as a remedy for our financial ills on the ground that.it would provide dishonest money take so readily to the asset currency proposition. rroaifioTif i?.Hrf nf -"Harvard said recently that no man can work too hard, ...

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

- Xrrrw,f1 'WJ" J11"'-mwWW The Commoner. 6 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 7. rcuRReNT r?rz&S$r!rr7rwM -, yck-jL.o 7A "n , w0t . Worn (f.(tT(R TN THE PRESENCE OF REPEATED DEMANDS 1 that tho United States increase their naval lorccs, it may bo imagined that no progress is be ing mado in tho effort to increase ihc strength of tho navy. That this Is a mistaken notion ia pointed out by a writer in Public Opinion in this way: "Wo aro already at work upon twenty-four largo ships, of which thirteon are battleships, whilo Franco has under construction only nino battleships, Germany ten, and Russia ten. Tho extent to which we are exceeding these countries in naval construction is better exhibited in a comparison of tonnago of ships under construc tion: We havo 324,351 tons, against France's 277,915, Germany's 159,510, and Russia's 140,558." AN OLD NEGRO BOOTBLACK IN THE NA tional capital who has a stand patronized by senators and congressmen, declared to the Washington correspondent of the Des Moines R...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 March 1903

'-'JR1 '!JpW " ' JF15"1 W WT' J1 V?" -v- ip5 f sj sptt7V :na,Kr7,p,' r . yirvfW'W' The Commoner. MAEOH 6, 1903. Bomo equally well-lmown person. Often the strug feler relapses Into barbarism under the mere -weight of this odious necessity. Still other young Indians are burdened with false and ignorant English translations of the names given them by their parents, like Dog-That-Jumps-Around or Hole-in-the-Day (this great Indian's name should really have been translated Eclipse), or Old-Man-Afraid-of-His-Horses, and so on. With one bother and another, tho young Indian's way in civiliza tion is likely to be seriously obstructed by rea ' son of his name. And even if he Is given a sim ple and reasonable English name it often hap pens that a different surname is given to each one of the children of the same parents a pro cess which results in confusion in matters of in heritance and paves the way for much litigation." THE POSTAL SERVICE OF SWITZERLAND possesses several unique features. A w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 March 1903

- n'T" 'It' The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 7, n '"- et"W 8 H ' -v5f" r ' ---- --- -r tsiiu wi. .u x x jr w . n . n .a n n - k a m. ig YttL5 Conducted by 'tWelen Watts Mcty Robin Redbreast. My old Welsh neighbor over the way Crept softly out in the sun In spring, Puishod from her cars the locks of gray And listened to hear the robin sing. Her grandson, playing at marbles, stopped, And, cruel in sport, as boys will bo, Tossed a stone at the bird who, sing ing, hopped, From bough to bough on the apple tree. "Nay," said the grandam, "have you not heard, My poor, bad boy, of the fiery pit? How, drop by drop, this merciful bird Carries tho water which quenches it? He brings cool dew in his little bill And lets it fall on the souls of sin; You can see tho mark on his red breast still, Of fires that scorch as he drops it in. "My poor Bron rhuddyn! My breast burned bird! Singing so sweetly from limb to limb; O, very dear to tho heart of God Is he who pities tho lost, like him." "Amen!" I sai...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 March 1903

TSRWSyTnOo"' " ,"?5wrwcti tffimrtmWMVtr&m 31wrtm$'mviifffmitff0g$imf a The Commoner. IARCH 6, 1903. 9 ' r-!Tipf' Twvt w i V $, "St!" with a liberal use of disinfectants such as your druggist will recommend to you, will soon rid your rooms of the musty odor complained of. Eda, Sedalia, Mo. In Schiller's poem of William Toll, an old baron lies dying. Some ono says, hopefully, "See, he is better! His face is peace ful, and his pain is all gone!" "Yes," said the baron, "the pain is all gone; but that means that life is also gone. Pain is life." When .the time cornea that we shall havo no more pain, wo shall not care for anything of this world. It is better to learn to bear the pain, and meet life's trials with fortitude. All progress is Dorn ui pain. Young Housewife. Try cutting the figs for your cake with an old pair of scissors; this will do away with the waste of time and strength required for chopping the tough, sticky things. You can readily snip them into tiny bits. Raisins ma...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 March 1903

i """sTB-wpfwwr'JSP'W!! The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 7. 10 Consumption Can be Cured. nrvloH Dlacovary by the Pamoua Doctor Yonkcrman of Knlamnzoo, Mich. Stata Officials and Great Aledlcal fln Pro nounce It the Only Cure for Con aumptlon and nil Throat aud Lung: Troubles 4-lr N !Cv IC ) Cffip ' l'P- Consumptives Given up to Die and Sent Back from California Hopeless and Helpless are Now Alive and Well Through This Wonderful Cure for Consumption A Pree Package Containing Sufficient to Con vince tlio Most Skeptical Sent to all Who Write. ' Consumption enn nt Inst be cured. Marvelous as it mny seem nftcr the many failures, a sure, positive and certain cure for the deadly coii- DR. D. P. YONKERMAN, th Dis coverer of Tuberculozyne, the Only Curo for Consumption. sumption has nt last been discovered by Dr. Derk r. Yonkcrmnn, a srent Michigan doctor, who has made n life study of this fntal disease. His wonderful remedy has been fully tested and rig idly proven n sure cure by state officia...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 March 1903

ifW'HWipW'lWW-iiw pp "mnwwniwp)m,' - - J The Commoner. MARCH 6,-1903. ii Harvesting Golden Dollars pwpp HI 1 IHM9 ?zLs r -h: JJU'itlaWS Stfe J's harvest time JILL the time with the thrifty people who buy their supplies from Montgomery Ward fr Co. You can reap a harvest of golden dollars RIGHT NOW by order ing your Implements, Wagons, Harness, Clothing, Groceries, Farm and Household Supplies, etc., from us that you will need this year. We save you 15 to 40 cents on every dollar's worth of goods you buy of us. Jind we sell you only high grade goods that will give you long and satisfactory service. SEND FOR CJZTJZLOGUB NO. 71 'U3$ It will save many families more than $100 this year. Is such a harvest worth reaping? Fill out the coupon and SEND TODAY. 19 Montgomery Ward & Co., k&ZfZt. Chicago CUT OUT THIS COTToisi Send for Ottalocue TODAY and get lead for Spring "fixW m. Montgomery Ward $. Co., Chicago. Enclosed find 15 ceaU, for Wch pleatc tend bm Catalogue No. yx. Fame Express...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 March 1903

,.-i.im.iFm ;' eygn" The Commoner. 12 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 7. W(gQ)0IMKKHV9GIIWW I'VWrsa TTil i V'" Renewed activity on tlio part of tho ladrones near Manila, P. I., was roported on Fobruary 23 and it is said that recontly thoy captured sovoral of tho native constabulary in somo of tho villages hear Manila. Reinforco monts havo been sont to tho troops who aro warring against theso outlaws. Mr. Russell, tho United States charge at Caracas, reported to tho Btato department on February 23 that a groat deal of apprehension is bo ing felt in Venezuela on account of tho delay in handing over tho cap turod vossols to tho government au thorities. It seems that Germany is still insistent in regard to tho pay mont of hor claims against that coun try and this action is regarded as a breach of trust An Associated press cablegram from Porto Cabollo under dato of Fobruary 23 says that ono Venezuelan vessel had boon returned by Gormany, on that date. It wa3 recently reported that Can ada will make a r...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 March 1903

''J'lqni 'P(f111 11 r Tpnr flp ,. nn.wrn.' ")Kyy " J'jfiwrJt'r . - K njujiyiyWt'W tHiy i , mnjtr i wy j j&wimmwfwr The Commoner I MARCH 6, 1903. 13 ''WW T'"nJVMJ; JtyJjUHf' 9 THE WEEK AT WASHINGTON P Tho corner stone of the army war college was laid at Washington on February 21. Addresses were deliv ered by President Roosevelt, Secre tary of War Root, and Major General S. M. B. Young, president of the war college. The grounds of this new col lege have also been selected as the site of tho statue of Frederick tho Great, which Emperor William pro poses to present to the people of this country. On February 21 tho house commit tee on Indian affairs ordered favor able reports on the ratification of agreements with the" Indians on the Rosebud reservation in South Dakota and with the Indians on the different reservations in Minnesota. According "Ho a recent interpreta tion of the language of the law re lating to tho contingent fund of tho navy department, the secretary of the navy is e...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 March 1903

yvvffwv m ijx m Ji". i"!"J,,",'jp!,!.u'L; im'f,ym.vtJ!il.-Wffy! vrMppTwranifj The Commoner. 14 VOLUME! 3, NUMBER 7. DEMOCRATIC OPPORTUNITY. (Continued From Pago 1.) tho nock of tho democratic party. jGrovor Cleveland cannot come back to tho party unropontant without driv ing out ton votes for every voto that ho can bring back. What 1 say of him, 1 say of othor mon who havo been conspicuous lor their treachery; for their treachery not bo much to tho ticket as to tho prin ciples of tho democratic party. : I boliovo in wolcoming tho prodigal boh, while I havo had somo littlo sym pathy for tho feeling of tho son who did not go astray, and who could not understand why when ho had stayed at homo all tho time ho had no fatted calf hilled for him, but reserved for tho ono who had wasted his substance hi riotous living while I have had, as I say, somo littlo sympathy for him, yet I recognized that there is for glvonoss In tho human heart and that it Is natural to welcome back thoso who como ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 March 1903

"vflpirs ' ''7' W JTt. "reftyinni"rpT '" Pxr-w('iimi ii?'-NWW5 '"ffflffUFsrW'-c The Commoner. MARCH C, 1903. 15 minwnMH)iipHPv'M"ii'w.ny w tfwv j'iiu"T REPETITION Is the II fo of advertising It Is also the life of tho largest mail-order seed trade In tho world BURPEE'S! Were It not for repeat-orders every year from satisfied planters we could not supply the Best Seeds that Grow, atsuch moderate prices. "Wo "want every one who appreciates quality to wrlto for Burpee's Farm Annual for 1903. Long known as '(tho Leading Amorlcan Seed Catalogue," It 1b better now than over before. An elegant book of 184 pages, with hoautlfnl colored plates and hundreds of Illustrations, It tells tho plain truth. Write to-day! Do not delay! It's FREE. W. ATLEE BURPEE & CO., Philadelphia i LUULUJL JJJjJJj $3000. STOCK BOOK FREE Ik Contain 1S3 Largo Engravings of Horses, Coitlo, GOftW.SbMp.IIocs.PoaHry.etc. Itcoit ai $3000 to ham our artists raoko these life engraving!. It gives His tory and Description...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 March 1903

-yfwy ,nttJTW""T tw, , jrj ppr4MV "SP - r WTwr""1W """TT 9" MUm wipgu 'm'pwiii wi'MpBygwwipyi The Commoner. 16 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 7. C1T" " 1T"' CLUB LIST. Anyone of iho followhiff will bo sent trlih THK COMMONER, both onoyear, for the club price: 1'rrlodlcnlB mny bo urnt to dilfrrrnt ndjlrosies if cb'Hirwl. Ynnr frlonds mnv wish to Join with you in urndliiK for ft combinntion. All buL BOilptlonn nro for onn yonr, M.U K now, bo)n rltli tho current nniiitwr tilling ollmrwiK ill recti d. l'rrHnt FiibacriborH need not, wait un til tbolr Mibsrrlilioi.B ixplro. Hncwnls ro ceiTpd now will bo fiitornd for u full your from explrntfnn dnto. Pbcrlptioi)H for Arena, Lit enuy DikonI mid Public Opinion mutboNKW. Hpih will for tlti'fo tliruo not acooptod. ForoiKii poHtiiKo or.tra. AGRICULTURAL. llcfr. Price Farm nnd ITomo, leml-mo .GO Fiirmcr's Wife, mo M) Farm Stock nnd Ifomo, nuinl-nio. .BO Homo nnd Farm, somi-mo M) Mibvnurl Vnlley Farmer, mo BO Onioko Judd I-nrm er, wk 1.J-0 1'ouUry Toirs, mo 25...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 March 1903

ippwwiiifffwwiwipiiliijipiipwiiiiiwiiijiii impwipiiiiw. t ijjiiiwqwDgpiiniiwiiiniiii iJuwuiJJiffvwptNijiwiMwtpwPWppp The Commoner. WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 3. No. 8. Lincoln, Nebraska, March 13, 1903. Whole No. 112. The FiftySeventh Congress Tho adjournment of the Fifty-soventh con gress completes the work of the federal legislators "chosen. In 1900. They have succeeded in increas ing the expenditures of the government ahout tCO per cent over the expenditures of tho Fifty- fflrst congress, which startled the country with fits "billion-dollar" extravagance. Tho increase in the per capita cost of gov ernment is largely due to the fact that the great manufacturing industries are using the taxing power for their own enrichment and they, there fore, encourage extravagance to make an excuse &or a high tariff. Then, too, the imperial policy rapon which the government has embarked is add ing a considerable amount to the appropriation ffoills. The army expenditure is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 March 1903

l-T- WVfffn The Commoner, 9 s -m -r ( Hill typo, but .they arc about all In tbo republi can party. Again, Tho Commoner reminds its readers that now is the timo to organize. Tho soonor this organization is comploted tho sooner tho flght will bo won. If tho reorganlzors find that they cannot steal a march on tho pcoplo they will hot carry their light to tho convention. Tho sooner tho Kansas City platform democrats are aroused tho more harmonious tho convention will be. Initiative and Referendum. In a recent Issue of Tho Commoner the editor called attention to the principlo involved in tho inltiatlvo and referendum, and criticised tho Chi cago Chronicle because of its attempt to defeat tho will of tho pcoplo oh this question. On an other pago will bo found an argument recently mado against tho initiative and referendum by ono of tho citizens of Chicago. It is published be causo it shows tho standpoint from which tho opponents begin to reason. Tho writer of this artlclo asks tho questio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 March 1903

mWfWWyiwi.nW)fWp mmy 'my mwmnt mmitptmfmimirwvFvm,f M The Commoner, MARCH 13, 1903. V The BrooHyn Eagle Candidly Admits That the Purpose is to Drive Kansas Oity Platform Demo crats Out of the Parly and to Frame a Platform 2 hat Will be Acceptable to Orovcr Cleveland. PPIBJIWompW j.'liliWMHW;iU,U,""Pl tp The Plan of the Reorganizers. 11 ' ''& ii?i W$A . ki, j d ,jl r'r irfr . -.. ,'tw 'ft The Brooklyn Eaglo, ono of tho recognized organs of the reorganizers, becomes more and more frank in its statements relating .to the pur poses of the Clovelandites. In its issue of March 12 the Eagle describes at some length tho program adopted by these reorganizers. The Eagle says: "Those democrats who oppose Bryan and who advocate the reconstruction of democracy with Bryanism expunged, are about to carry that issue into the south and west. Ono of the principal battlegrounds will be the state of Nebraska, where Mr. Bryan still retains, nominally at least, the control of the ma chinery of his pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 March 1903

n The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Hntered at the postofficc at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second clncu mail matter. TERMS-PAVABLB IN ADVANCE. One Year $1.00 J I Three riantha SIxfleBths 60c J Slagle Copy Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 52c Extra, S06 SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Commoner. They can also bo sent through newspapers which hare adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents have been appolutcd. All remittances should be sent by post office money order, express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your ubpcriptlou will expire. Thus, Jan. oa, means that payment has been received to and Including the last Issue of January, 1902 Two weeks are required after money is received before the date en the wrapper con be changed. CMANaO OF ADDRESS. Subscribers requesting a change f address must give the OLD as well as the NEW address. ADVERTISING, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 March 1903

iffppiyipi m Mfup w'.tfw1 m r mmmm mi m jima j'whiiiihj i w iiwumaj imj The Commoner. ARCH 13, 1903, V Mmms M j.iii "'m 'V ? - . ' S ( c fft v .ii "5v58 'm sU UK ' r tf.j, $L JV 4 Ajfl LJtl ir .1' , &if- .1M " '& H3fc ' -( xp .-Si r.ii & MWBnmK Wi W In a speech delivered in support "of his antl- diii, mt. juittieneid, tho republican memDer irom Maine, presented a list 01 No 800 trusts with an aggregate Trusts capitalization of-more than ?13,- Hero. 000,000,000. Mr. Littlofleld did not include all the trusts and yet showinc should at least he sufficient to chal lenge the attention n" those ronublican leaders iwho have all along insisted that there are no JtS. A Wf. nf-Tnofl for thrmi?ht a nrnvldert bv the tJndianapolisJournal in a statement that "most of the controversies oetween Searching European powers and South For American states grow out of Trouble. their citizens going there in search of trouble. If there were Collusion between European governments and their Subjec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 March 1903

- -- f tt miMmmm'mimm The Commoner! 6 VOLUME 3, NUMBER J, f ' jSSBRr - - 3g WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY IS ATTRACTING very general attention In theso days and thoro appears In the American Monthly Review of Roviows an articlo written by A. Frederick Col lins relating to this subject. Mr. Collins1 articlo Btaould bo read by overy one. Ho points out that thoro are now nino companies prepared to build and install cableless telegraph apparatus and that theso companies havo equipped six stations in tho United States, Including tho most powerful ono in tho world, at South Wcllfleet, Mass. Other sta tions are at Tablo Head, Glaco Bay, Nova Scotia; three stations are in course of construction in Alaska, five stations aro in operation in Hawaii, twenty aro in Great Britain; in Germany there Is an equipment on Borcum island with its comple mentary apparatus on Borcum lightship; in Bel gium there is ono; in Franco thoro is another. MR. COLLINS SAYS THAT THERE ARE eighteen vessels carrying tho Marconi ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 March 1903

W1 5rv Tr: (f.,y(M'"- " "-ynynwytfy-wif ap ' Mw1&pmtaotipr. t V7 p m S&lBKB still wsnQPWMVnuHtnn BilGH 13,1903r been going on, either now or recently, with tho iiames of the opposing forces: Venezuela Hay tt, three revolutions. The Afghanistan-Indian bor der Waziris .Versus British. Morocco Revolution to dethrone the sultan. Upper. Nigeria Arabs versus British. Somaliland British versus So malia. Southern Arabia Arabs versus Turk3. Macedonia Turks versus Macedonians and Bul garians. Sarawak British native force versus Dyaks. Korea Korean regulars versus rebels. Sumatra Dutch versus Achinese. The guerilla warfare in the lower Philippines and tho after math of tho Boxer troubles in China are not in cluded." Since this London publication presented thin Hsf. npjinA luis hfion declared between l"0 I Dutch and the Achinese; Venezuela's difficulties are well on tho way to arbitration, out tnere are yet enough wars to suit the most blood-thirsty of men while even in the very shadow ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 March 1903

V'T "f Wi,!- .1 "ni- r-"'"' .-.-,.- ,-.-? , T- T-i.--ijmpiniii , jyijM The Commoner. 8 VOLUME A .NUMBER 8. -ii iwww)iWHiPJpippjpi HJt.ll S l. " - - irw rwfarTL i i - ;nu ! x-fc' : rcRj nv ' . r- tassfJi . Amwr YlIt' Conducted by 'WenWatisMcJfy tuini f fDepar rty Doff. "Dead!" and my heart died with him. "Buried! What love lies there. Qono, forever and ovci, No longer my life to share! "Only a dog!" Yes, "only!" Yot theso aro bitter tears! Weary and heartsick and lono, I turn to the coming years. Something that always loved mo; Something that I could trust; Something that cheered and Boothed mo, Is mouldering in tho dust. Gontlo and faithful and nohlo, Pationt aud tendor and brave, My pot, my playmato and guardian, And this is his lonely grave! I go to my empty chamber, And lingor before tho door; Thoro onco was a loving wolcomo I listen for that no more. I sit by ray lonoly hearthstone, And loan my head on my hand; Oh, tho host of my wayward nature Lies low, with ray Newfoundland! O...

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