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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 March 1903

13 MARCH 20, 1903. The Commoner. Younsv, ? I AjJUA" 9 iil h land thM oar. If rtrn'm set MttafieA. that It la tkl ltnnatatTlt.il anil flnixt finllhiul hnarT TOS BTAT WK9 1 lAjonrllle. Jtemembtfweeuum eTwnrt&iavaeri Kalamazoo Quality and do notmll raUrop !&. Oar eo& Uaa la ! h 4tiami1aa Wat Art a-1 anted tk IJrMl mainland eelllBff immiea on irimi. - -i oar narjrr Reek, Hl.Treo andtella .11 about our I full UneofaUkl&dsotYehielM and HariMM. I KALAMAZOO CAWHACr HAINESS MT6L CO. I7B Ran.ome St. Kalmtzt, Mich. THE CZAR'S DEGREE THE PERFECTION FOB AND SKIRT HOLDER. Hot a skirt supporter? but a practical device for holding tho skirt In proper position. Jt relieves tho arm and wrist of heavy strain and will not tear tho fabric Sent postpaid, 25c. Deelrablo SPUING SILKS and DltESS GOODS un derprlccd. Send for samples. You Bhould boo our uuucun 01 .uargmuB. uuui MINGS ft CO.,Dopt. 0, 113falxth AvOv nuo, how xorc i;uy. ,, .. - mpart of North FOB SAJllallway llne8 Nearest Quarter...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 March 1903

v The Commoner. VOLUMB3,NUMBE3R9. 14 ?" B r oru" out StoutBvlllo (Mo.) Banner: Attorney Gonoral Knox flays tho administration is satisfied with tho anti-trust legisla tion. It is easily satisfied. Paulding (0.) Democrat: The Itoosevolt-Knox conception, of public ity for trusts is evidently something -tfictly privato and confidential. Plor0pnrMoftLJ.ournaI-Horfld:n and the Cubans dofil S to Cuba to oxpoct a hold-up or a booffi.UGtuor Anolca (Minn.) Frco Press: Tho re publican party is introducing gag rule in tho Philippines. If successful there, it will bo put in practice in the United States later. Sharpsburg (Ky.) World: Tho dem ocratic party will nominate a man for tho presidency whoso domocracy need not bo cortiflod to by tho republican organs and leaders. Stoubonvillo (0.) Gazotto: Hanna has a follow-feollng for Addicks which is but natural. Hanna had a little of tho Addicks sort of exporlonco about fivo years ago himself. Tiffin (0.) Advertiser: Knox says the so-called anti-tru...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 March 1903

The Commoner. (MARCH 20, 1903., 15 H , mm aTl THE WEEK AT Til W WASHINGTON w On March 8 it was reported that the protocol between Venezuela and Swe- ffiv don and JNorway ior tne aajusimeui. ui f'fo nlnlma rt Vm lnftfr P.OUntrleS Kfagainst the South American republic rr.i Tin! lipnn rnmnietcrt and were ready for signature. As soon as the protocols fwith Snain and Denmark are signed. arbitration proceedings will begin. The United States supreme court on March 8 rendered its first opinion in an interstate commerce case in wnicn 'the Blkins act is dealt with. The case concerned a Question of discrimlna- Ltion on the part of the Missouri Pa cific railway between places, it is re- orted that the bill originally wa3 WinrVif in fho InTPrnsr. of. t.hfi eitv ot rotrtnfiHn K"nn. flip. , nllecatlon beinK pmT"higher charges weremade for irrying freight over the Missouri Ja fk from 'St "Louis to Wichita than jjrere made for carrying it over the une nneirpm flt. juouib .w uiuuua, all nnfTrrlfViafn...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 March 1903

, r . vf-,, ipTTt ' j -v "TyHBiT'Sw yf-r r The Commoner. 16 VOLUME 3; NTMBER 3l q, 5- " " T " 1 7 W jur,; ' Drawing a Fin Distinction. "John," said Mrs. Upjohn, who wma attending, with somo misgivings, a party given by tho Gaswolls, "who ia that distinguished looking man over tnoro by those palms?" "That's Wiggly, tho wealthy manu facturer," arisworcd Mr. Upjohn. "Manufacturer of what?" "Tobacco." "Well," sho said, reflecting a mo mont, "I Bupposo tnat may bo con sidered a respectable business. Who Is that slightly bald man talking to him?" "That's Ilaggly. IIo's another wealthy manufacturer." "What docs ho manufacture?" "Er cuspidors." "John," gasped Mrs. Upjohn, "bring mo my wraps and order tho carriage!" ui an tno logical creatures on oarth," mutterod Mr. Upjohn, as ho wont away to carry out her instruc tions, " a woman is the limit! "Chi cago Tribune. "A PIG IN A POKE' Read tlio Newspapers. Wise Fathor--"My son, if you would succeed In lifo, you must form two good habits. First,...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 March 1903

"WfWWl'W',HWF flBWjW!7'?' FTpil T "ii1' " " W" TV -"It" s The Commoner. WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. rtf trij Vol. 3. No, 10. Lincoln, Nebraska, March 27, 1903. Whole No. 114. raw Wj& iHHa 2fV . nrmmnrr mmg r mwm vajESwifflbiLvs 4 dftlnR9&SUBiBFfl M jH ffime to Organize Now In an editorial in the Louisville Courier-Jour-, Henry Watteraon laments the fact that demo ts who believe in democratic principles as rep- nted in the Kansas City platform aro begin- to organize very generally throughout tho try. Mr. Watterson thinks this is a bad It is, indeed, a bad sign for those whose ition is to persuade the democratic party to diate its principles and to surrender itself the merciless keeDinc of those who stand to the trust magnates and who will cheerful their bidding. Today men, who, after having been honored the democratic party, forsook its principles to ana betrayed it into tne nanus or tne enemy, are u 7 organizing; tney expect with tne aid ana asBist- iTll .'Jb a...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 March 1903

"PtT'S?,P,,sF " i..fJr.AiM.,itrwiinV 1 " "" V" I 9' fidelity to tho party cannot bo made an issue in a campaign. These names will bo presented with out any effort on the part of Tho Commoner to urge tho candidacy of any particular Kansas City platform democrat as against any other Kansas City platform democrat Tho Commoner has no choice between those who stand for democratic principles; it simply draws the lino between those who look to tho rank and file of the party for their promotion and those who rely upon tho cor porations, first, to aid their candidacy; second, to Bocuro their olection, and, third, who will allow tho corporations to dominate their administration. JfJS Platform Building. An Iowa paper, claiming to bo democratic, , eays: "Tho great troublo with Mi. Bryan is that, not being a democrat himself, ho fails to appreciate tho truo principles, tho true ob ject, the truo aim, the true Bcope of democ racy. Ho fails to realize that tho democratic party is a party of tho pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 March 1903

MftPMfUpill'lP' IWW.WHUyn'W, my1"' mivw&m-: r-w. n7VWr"T-qw r""i'.iTiiiiiim..iut," The Commoner. lRCH 27, 1903.- 3 HE -EXPERIENCES OF A JURYMAN mm ritJHpmMmm!mmipmw& IP .' 4 -W The readers of The Commoner may bo inter ted in some comments upon the jury system om a juror fresh from the service of his conn 's . y. For Ave days of last weeit I served as a SJuror on the regular pannel of the district court Lancaster county, and I may add, incidentally, will draw from the county $10.00 for. my services ,'Jknd 30 cents mileage (being five cents for each 11 mile to and from the farm). I was called on three juries, and having neither formed nor ex pressed an opinion upon the merits of the cases, as each time accepted. . A word as to the, method of selection. The ,w in Nebraska provides that each side shall allowed three peremptory challenges. In some laces the attorneys are required to make their remptory challenges from among the twelve en who are not subject to challenge for cause...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 March 1903

m p,. IK w The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Jintcrcd nt the postofficc at Lincoln, Nebraska, as econd class mail matter. TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE . One Year $1.00 SlxnontWs 50c la Clubs of 5 or more, per year 75C Three flonths ...35c Single Copy .....50 Sample Copies Pre. Foreign Postage 53c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Cemmoner. They can also be sent through newspapers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agcuta have been nppointcd. All remittances should be sent by post office money order, express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not scud Individual checks, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thu, Jan., 'aj, means that payment has been received to and including the last Issue of January 190 j. Two weeks arc required after money is received before the date on the wrapper can be changed. CHANOE OP ADDRESS. -Subscribers requesting n change of address must ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 March 1903

twmm,' ,i 7-fw,' wiiniy!n wnpmiM P't'"""1 .' TMrBirw 'wwffWDPW HfWpf "P The Commoner MARCH 27, 1903. M 'TWWP No sooner had the Panama canal treaty passed the senate than It was announced in Wash ington dispatches that "a gl Now gantic syndicate is being formed tho for the purpose of bidding on Canal. tno construction of this canal under one construction company. The Spooner act provides that the sum of $135,000, 000 shall be expended on tho canal. Tho syndi cate is being formed to offer a bid to construct the entire canal for that sum." It is hardly necessary for the dispatch to add that J. Pierpont Morgan is the leading spirit in this movement Armory of Law. In a speech at Chicago Edward M. Shepard, referring to tho injunction issued against Wa bash worklngmen at St. .Louis, said something that might well command the thoughtful consid eration of every good citizen, regardless of politics. In that address Mr. Shepard said: "Is it anything less than calamitous that in tho armory of l...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 March 1903

.rp mimmKwmmfmwmmm i t 6 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER lfl, - .... CURRGNT fflarr P&iv Tssattr NEW MEXICO'S ASPIRATIONS TO STATE hood aro as old as the hills. In an inter view with the ( -rrespondent for the Washington Post, Former Governor Prince of New Mexico said: "Fifty-two years ago the people of New Mexico elected a full state ticket and two United States senators. The latter started to Washing ton and got as far as where Kansas City now stands ere they learned of the compromise where by statehood was given to California and New Mexico was kept a territory. Ever since then the New Mexicans have been bending all their efforts to get into the union, and several times they have but narrowly missed success." j : AN INTERESTING OPINION RELATING TO misers and spendthrifts was recently de livered by a French judge. The Paris correspon dent of the Chicago Record-Herald says that M. Magnaud, presiding in the Chateau Thiery tri bunal, laid down the principle that trustees should he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 March 1903

"tJdWTWe- '-il '"J'S"-W flw ' f awnwgy The Commoner. It&BCH 27, 1903. a of eoldlers at the Crimea will be an inspiration to noble-minded women f6r all time. She battled with fever and disease and won the tardy British government of the day to a realization of their "barbarity in neglecting to provide doctors and nurses for a huge army in the field. When the Crimean war was bver and Florence Nightingale's name was known wherever the English language is spoken a group of English soldiers at a dinner in London were asked to write down the name which had most endeared itself to them during the war. They unanimously wrote ' 'Florence Nightingale.' Queen Victoria proposed her health at a public dinner and the people of England voted her a fortune, which .she generously, re turned to them in thoform of a training school for nurses. She is spending the last days of her life in retirement. 'When she is iaid away, her funeral will be an occasion for greater grief than that of a sovereign....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 March 1903

? Tf. ,' - T 8 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 10. r QiM&LiMzri ann rim AHr w v r Tk. ii -- ii jr - if . - - - . j . . , .-, -, - . & - m u Vlvii1 'Welen Watts Mfr Antlclpntlon. Down tho winding door-yard walk, Slowly moves the homestead's dame, Peering 'mid the dry brown stalks Where, last year, were globes of flame. Hope is sparkling in her oye, For the sun is mounting high; She, expectant, scans tho earth, For somo peeping bud to bring, Somowhero in the gardens' girth Heaven's assurance of tho spring. Now she stands where lilies sleep, Stoops whero rod dice'ntras hide; Looks to see if 46032385s peep, Closo whero daffodillies bide. Do tho peonias show the rod Of their tips above tho bed? Then she hastes whore snow-drops grow, Just beyond tho porch's screen; Pauses whore tho lilacs show Every bud faint-tipped with green. Now she softly hums a tune, Full of hopo and faith tho strain, Blossom-full her happy rune "Spring has surely como again! In their sheltered nook I found Cr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 March 1903

-r-inrsiPtegfljr mwr 4 The Commoner. MARCH 27, 1903. 9 pr- - of snow-White flowers, which covers it in August and September, gives out the most delightful perfume. Its foliage, too, is beautiful. It certain ly deserves the most extravagant praise. The honeysuckles, especially the al most evergreen Halleana, are all fine vines; the old, native Trumpet creep er, the ivies- the woodbines, the "ma trimony vine" of our mothers' gar dens? and many others which the cata logues will tell you about,, are all ready to serve you and beautify your homes, and right now is the time to order them. ill nii.l. . mi fit Ollli.ll III JLII1IC. Do not mako the mistake of put-v - ting the winter garments away un , mended. You will navo need for them some early fall day, while the sea son's duties are pressing, and you lose more than you gain by laying them away out of fix. All wearing apparel should be laun dered and carefully patched and darned. Do not make the mistake of starching any article you put a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 March 1903

4 -rv-as ' - - n. -v.r rr -yl jy .,. R'd' 10. r The Commoner. TOLBMH 3, NUMBER 10. 10 ! mm7r , Ji , The Maule Seed Book for i'903 is free to all interested in gar dening who mention this paper. If you want an up-to-date garden you ought to have it, tfie best seed catalogue I have ever published. The first edition costs over $ 37,000. Address simply MAULE, Philadelphia. im nnltuvfl M B M tiiffl IV I f IUU inHlliKaL-c Kii53iHiaai " uEHaH&flSHftil u II 111 II ! P .2 jiwsw&yim.mm fJH tA 11 11' 1 'i H 1 ' ifc rilfflHfi"t'f'ffti-'" r, 11 rtf mKWVa22Z5MA rrlBL-I Gray Iron Tnn Mtnnt 110ty. Japanned finished nnd Warming 010! complete. Wo will rotund your monoy if upon re ceipt you (i o not 11 n d it Bfttlnfnnl'.n iv Wo Hlilp from St. Louis whl oh means n navlnjr of from $3.00 to $5.00 In freight charges to thnnn llvlnrr In rcciuoatwownBoudourn?iv RflDgG Catalog Ff66 IUYTIFS BflOS. MEIMIITILE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. BLIND FOR 20 YF.ARQ . ci n Mti.i r- it 1 ... "" ir iura. o. u. muuru, uiD...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 March 1903

Unavz " "wgy nw "T ""' "? " ' ' '' Wny '.a,-v""1F'r!, The Commoner. MARCH 27, 1903. if iWP':s3,,wwyi-i'ji,jjniW"u"Mi'Mwj-p" The Week at Washington. It was announced on March 19 that Quartermaster General Ludington "will be promoted to the rank of major gen eral, on the retirement of Gen. R. P. Hughes, who will reach the ago limit on April 11. On March 19 the senate, in special cession, ratified the Cuban reciprocity treaty by a decisive vote of 60 to 16. Two amendments in addition to those already adopted by the committee were adopted. The first of these was the amendment Increasing the rate of re duction on flour, corn meal, and corn imported into Cuba from the United States. As offered it provided for a reduction of 40 .per cent, but the com mittee modified the amendment so as to provide for a reduction of 30 cents. The other amendment fixed a uniform reduction of 30 per cent on American cotton goods imported into Cuba, Im mediately after the ratification of the treaty, the senate...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 March 1903

w ".-. " ,ujw ifjuNiiUjm iapi,-- ' The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 10. 12 hi ir i'f U Srgfie. tMMi -3 It was recently announced from Ber lin that as soon as tho reciprocity treaty between tho United States and Cuba is ratiilcd, Germany will ask both tho Cuban and tho United States for identical privileges. Other Eu ropean governments may follow Ger many's lead in this respect Tho Soneca Indians now residing in a reservation in Canada have ex pressed a desire to settle in Oklahoma. Tho Indians numbor only about 1,500 in Canada and tho numbor of tho samo tribo already in Oklahoma is about 350. No definite conclusion has yot boon reached In regard to tho matter. James J. Hill, president of tho Northern Securities company, is plan ning to invado California with his great railway, tho routo being along tho Pacific coast south from Portland, Oro. This announcement soems to havo stirred into activity several pro jects of a similar nature from other great railway linos. Tho largest natural g...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 March 1903

The Commoner. MARCH 27, 1903. 13 Paragraphic Punched Sioux City Journal: A get-rich-quick man under the name of '.'spec ulation scientist" should get just as heavy a sentence. Indianapolis Sentinel: The sultan of Morocco refers to Secretary of State Hay as "the venerable vizier." But even that is better than "Little Breeches." Joplin Globe: A Massachusetts democrat is under arrest, charged with perjury for swearing in his vote at a republican primary. The charge should be changed to lack of self respect Milwaukee News: President Roose velt ia planning to go on a hunting trip as soon as the senate adjourns. Having hunted' the octopus all winter, it would seem that he would prefer a rest The strenuous life, however, takes no vacation. Pittsburg DiBpatch: Governor Cum mins and the Iowans are still shout ing for reciprocity and the redemption of pledges. Congressional estimates of the work of the last session do not appear to have been readily assimi lated in Hawkeyedom. Atlanta Constit...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 March 1903

r? 14 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 10. RESTORES EYESIGHT. "Actinia," a Marvelous Discovery that Cures All Afnirtluiii ortlin Byo Without Cutting or DriiKslne. There Is no need for cutting, drugging or prob ing the eye for any form of disease. There is no risk or experimenting, ns thousands of people nave uecncurcaoi uiinaness, failing evesicht. cataracts.. crnnulntcd lids nnd other l afflictions! of the eye through this grnnu discovery, when eminent occulists termed the enrcs incurable. Mrs. A. L. Howe, Tully, N. Y. writes: "Actlna romovoil cataracts from both rny cvc. without clnRfCS. Am C5 years old." Robert Juikcr, W Dearborn St.. Chicago, III., writes "I thnuld hiuo been Mind hnel I not ured Actiria." Actina Is sent on trial postpnid. If you will sent! your namenndnddrcesto the New York & London Jilectrlc Association, Dent, r H029 Walnut Street Kansas City. Mo., you will receive free, n valuable book, Trot. Wilson's Treatise on the Hycnndon Disease in general, nnd you can ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 March 1903

r PfM"" MAECH 27, 1003. The Commoner. 15 ""JTTJITW" J"r y- This Man vm perfectly and pcrma ncnlly cured from Hhouina t)m by'lhoJobb Discovery, after suffering for twelve years. NSimWw 1 1 '1H 1 U ' &&afeiar This man Bays: "For twelve years I Btifrercd fear fully with Ithoumatlsm. My back was bo affected that I was nearly doubled toffcther, my head and shoulders being lower than my hips. '1 hanks to Tho Jebb Discovery I now walk erect and tbpugh years havo elapsed, I havo novor felt a return of llhou. matlsm." THE JEBB DISCOVERY for Bhouraatlam Is sent under a guarautco to euro. Two of tho best banks In tho state of Michigan vouch for tho reliability of our Company. A JfKKE TKiAL TBEATj.ENT of this wonderful remedy sent postpaid to any address. The Jebb Remedy Co,, Ltd. 355 Mala St. Battlo Creek, Mich. The Commision's Report. (Continued from Page 14.) decision shall be final and binding in the premises. The membership of said board shall at all times be kept complete, either ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 March 1903

w-fff' wflK?yTO The (kwnmoner. 16 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 10. THE RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL SONS. 1 Vwi sr The Commission's Report (Continued from Pago 15.) 'many hopoful elements for the adjusts ment of relations In tho mining re 'gions." Further on they say: "Tho present . condition of tho united mine workers . of America does not present the most .inviting inducements to tho operators to cntor into contractual relations with it." Tho commission report more than ' onco their incapacity to make an award on tho demand of tho minors ,for a recognition of their union be- ' cause, they say, tho union is not a party to tho submission. Attention is called to tho fact that ? Mr. Mitchell appeared before tho com mission as tho representative of tho " anthraclto coal mino workers, and not Jn his oillcial capacity. They also call attention to the fact that tho agreement to arbitrate was reached between tho operators and a coal miner's convention. The commissioners say that "trades unionism" is rapidly...

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