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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 April 1903

. v UPRIL 10, i903. ( In the newspaper references to Jthe late G. F. fSwift, the" packing house magnate, it Is pointed out that Mr. Swift was once an The humble butcher and this some Efatcher newspapers, claim iB a proof of of Today. what may be accomplished by humble and Industrious men in this country. But there are today thousands of capable butchers in this country and, yet can any of them find under present conditions any reasori to believe that they could make the progress made by th great Chicago packer? -That -Drastic Provision Secretary of tho Treasury Shaw, in a speech recently delivered, said: "The Sherman law con tains quite drastic provisions applicable to both persons and' corporations when one la proven to have combined' or to have conspired to combine for tho " purpose of monopolizing a business or a trade privilege." Perhaps Mr. Shaw referred to the criminal elapse which is the chief feature of the Sherman law; and yet ho neglected to explain to his audience how it ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 April 1903

snhn-n -n 'yj' m ' & - V f 113 f " T . "X I 6 The Commoner. -VOLUME 3, NUMBEU 18, iKZmM w m i0m .i - - , ' aiV rf5. j"k. J.v f CURB6NT GOPICS . -'fagaeggasaa ) lVrrr7053SS? L&VLJacJL. "S rim " zJgzw THE PLAN OP MAKING PAPER FROM cornBtalks has been experimented upon at Kankakee, 111., under tho supervision of repre sentatives of tho national agriculture dopartmont. Referring to these experiments, a writer in tho St Paul Pioneor-PresB says that American farm ers and newspaper mon arc likely to become joint bonoflclaricB of a great scheme- of co-operation in making most of tho corn crops. This writer says that "it is found that high grade paper can bo profitably manufactured in different varieties from various parts of tho plant. One kind is made from tho hard shell of tho stalk, another from tho pith, and a third from the husk. From the pith is turned out tho finest grade of oil paper, almost equal to linen paper, so it Is claimed by experts at tho department. A machine has b...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 April 1903

'mfiFvim-Tryfmvmnmi r - The Commoner &PRIL 10, 1903. ACCORDING TO THIS AUTHORITY, H guard who has been trained in tho use of the signal cod which is practically the African Morse alphabet, heats the message on his drum in the open air and the sound- is carried across tho valleys and glens to the next village where it is Interpreted by another guard. Mr. Rideout ex plains: "There is always a guard on duty ready to receive these messages. Ho- can tell at onco whether the message is for his .chief or the head man of his village, in which case he goes to "tho head man's hut and makes the communication verbally. t If, however, the message is for a dis- t tant part, he repeats .it on his gourd, and so 'it is ' carried from village to village, with very littlo loss of time, until it reaches tho person for whom it is intended. During the war between the Brit ish and the Boers we who were hundreds of miles distant from the scene of hostilities got all the news with surprising rapidity. W...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 April 1903

(PMC s The Commoner. VOLTOB 3) NUMBER la, numbers, on the grounds' of tho WhitA house to spend the day in the timn .honored custom of, rolling eggs on tho lawn. The origin of the custom is not. clear, but for many years children o all. classes, all colors, irrespective of social, race or color distinctions, have met on this common ground, jostling &m k:CrConsy' Al J rr l J 1 1 II 1 1 fcri ll W Poem by Stonewnll Jackf on Tlio Richmond Times Is authority ' for tho statement that this poem was ' written by Stonewall Jackson while he was serving with tho army in tho Mexican war: Tho tattoo heats tho lights aro gone, Tho camp around in slumber lies; Tho night with solemn pace moves on, Tho shadows thicken o'er tho skies; But sleep my weary eyes hath flown And sad, uneasy thoughts arise. I think of thee, oh dearest one, Whoso lovo my early lifo hath blest Of thee and him our baby son "Who slumbers on thy gentle breast. God of the tender, frail, and lone, Oh, guard the tondor sleeper's...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 April 1903

trifrtiiiimtvl'fH'jr'immfttfmv mifWjFtqn'mulmyLp V w""l--ci",lnr-TH'T'"'- i ti.ijmii.njn, i urr-mHr-1 "hbr-wW'WW"' V-wwwp "l1 UPRIL iO, 1903. The Commoner 9 IM-i'wwpv'iwwimumMwgyoi 'tifwvt . spot sticks, touch it very lightly with dear alcohol. If there is much dirt or deep -tarnish, wash quickly with borax soapsud3, wipe dry, then cover all over with the wet whiting and let dry. Brush it off with a stiff hrush and polish it afterward with a soft leather. Good Housekeeping. Little Helps. For patching rents or worn places with the sowing machine, cut out a patch large enough to more than cover the place in need of repairs. Baste it under the place so that the threads will run with the thread of the thing to be'pa'tched; stitch a row all around the patch an inch from the edge; next, turn under the raw edge and stitch it down; reverse the work and cut the thin or torn place out, leaving a three-fourths inch margin next to the first row of stitching; cut half through the corners, turn u...

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

"y' "-yr'y'.Kiiwwiif'ig(t"yn ' The Commoner. VOLUME Zt NUMBER 121 IO " 1 "Ttlllt A-den." SVhen tho light of tho day has van ished away, And hills of tho west hide tho sun; When, the toll and strife of the work aday life For another short season are done; Whon sitting at ease with jay babns on my knees No king could bo happier then, For the two little dears with wkc- opon ears Beg for tho old stories again. With wondering eyes that aro fair as tho shies They barken to fairy tales old; They shout in their joy at the tale of tho boy Who killed the grim giant so bold. Thoy never will lack .in their love for bravo Jack Thoy think him tho bravest of men And when I am done, thon I hear from each ono: "Tell it a-denl P'easo tell it a-don!" Tho laddie who scoots in tho seven league boots Has filled' their dear souls with de light; And thoy oagerly wait to hear me re late Tho ancient old story each night And when tho bravo boy, to their wondering joy, Has rescued tho maiden why thon, With tho...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 April 1903

:,WIUlHlgWI-lJH mum ii "wimyp.fnpinwww) 'WW nwwu flW i ,nf KmtiiifWPr"Wi ,- til APRIL" 10, 1903. The Commoner, .r II WH3WHn UHM.. IP THE WEEK AT WASHINGTON m It was announced from Washington on March 29 that Minister Bowen is at work on the protocol for sending to The Hague arbitration tribunal the question whether the allied nations shall have preferential treatment in the payment of claims of their citizens against Venezuela. It is understood that some difficulty is being made over Mr. Bowen's proposition that -the czar of Russia shall name the members of the court. It is also announced that according to the terms in the protocol of February 13 the first payment of the 30 per cent customs receipts of La Guayra and Puerto Cabello for the montli of March are to be paid to the representative of the Bank of England at Caracas on April 1. This will form the neucleus of the fund with which is, to be paid the claims of the vari-. ous nations that areadjudicated by the mixed commissions w...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 April 1903

-'"' if " - - ? tn t, i""W "ifc M"7 S h i . JV- The Commoner, .VOLUME 3, NUMBER ML mniBTf" iwtt jrv-"-r - - tj( "-(rpHt iv ' 12 -; - r n . j J j ' i-d In proforcnco to a strike among the employes oC the textile mills o Lowell, Mass., the owners o sovon o the big mills ordered an ontiro suspension of work for an indeflnito period on March 28. This moans that 17000 men will ho thrown out of work and business in that lino will bo paralyzed. On March 28 tho reciprocity treaty between tho United States and Cuba was ratified by tho Cuban senate by a voto of 12 to 9. Sccrotary Hay has as sured tho Cuban senate that President Roosovolt will call a special session of congress prior to Decombor 1, and on this assuranco several proposed nmondmonts woro dispensed with. It was" later reported from Washington that informal exchanges of ratification of this treaty will bo made by tole graph so as to moot the rouuiremontp that ratification shall bo mado beforo March 31, tho tirao limit 'A strike ri...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 April 1903

mrwmwmfSiJim5Sm H . The Commoner.. J APRIL 10, 1903. , 3 I A JEFFERSONIAN BANQUET. CK0R? Upwards of three hundred enthus iastlc Iowa democrats gathered in the dining room of the Hotel Savery, Dea Moines, la., on the evening of April 2, and partook of a banquet in honor of Jefferson and Jetfeisonian principles. Ex-Congressman Walt H. Butler was to have officiated as toastmaster, but was unavoidably absent, and George F. Rinehart, editor of the Newton ,(Ia.) Herald, presided with dig nity and ability. The banquet hall -was handsomely decorated for the oc casion and a number of ladies lent their presence to the charm of the occasion. During the banquet music was rendered bjr Kromer's orchestra. Owing to the fact that he was com pelled to take an early train home ex-Vice -President Stevenson spoke be fore the banquet was served, taking for his subject "Jefferson." The ban quet was handsomely served and- at its conclusion the toast list was taken up. Hon. C. O. Holly of Dies Moines made ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 April 1903

flJT-wrn'en TW ppwp!iiiwP!iiti U The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 12. ". jf mi'tmtmn!imn''-"i'iim vTn.iimjimp A wr - " l- " San Francisco Star: Tho only way 'So do anything with tho democratic arty Is to make It thoroughly demo cratic. Rapid City (S. D.) Union: Tho re organlzors should havo long ago heen given their true name tho "dlsor ganlzers." Ponnsboro (W. Va.) Nowb: If ro publicans comblno with trust benefic iaries, domocrats must unite with trust victims. Orlando (Fla.) Star: SpoaKor Hen derson adjourned tho $2,000,000,000 congress "with tears in his oyes." Surely it is enough to make us all wcop. Iowa City (la.) Domocrat: There seems to bo great dissatisfaction con corning tho anti-trust record of tho late congress but it is not among tha trusts. Tiifin (O.) Advertiser: The war in tho Philippines is ho id to bo over, but there is a large army of "ladroncs" 'that aro making things look like war In our colonics. Fremont (Nob.) Leader: The more sin Amoricau ambassador wants to ap...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 April 1903

g m asaajT mm? ' ' ' ih"j.i .-;rr ' The Commoner. APRIL 10, 1905. 15 RlWWWn .payable af ter receded,, . illustrates, describes Top GREAT BUGGY, BARGAINS WE OPERATE OHE OPTHK LARGEST VEHICLE FACTORIES IN THE COUHTRY. jrtera ire Inlke MKhwgrade ot vehicle work of all kinds than you can buy from your dealer at home, and our prices are about one-half Uie price charged by doalers. .9"JLr,nc? VEHICLE CATALOUE EXPLAINS OUR LIBERAL 10 DAYS' TRCE inwi. wrrjn, ynritM Biiblect to examination !r2ili mtK MnMlncr .sruaraatee, "H'T"!! .-V.CliS,w ir .tt-tnea a hlv cuuirtmBnt ACV.,J .v ,.w J" . 1, Kunaoouis, upen bukkw laeM. Phaetons. Stanhopes. V T -.. . - - J... - waffon. Carte, etc Our free vehicle caiaiaa.ua x iJfteo wi make freight charge, very lew ay ShlM1n from Kentucky. Indiana. Mlnnessella, Omaha, Kaneas City or Dee Moln e, the point nearest you. TT Ulwfefate below a few of our new 1903 rig Just to HzJrZxX trio., nf the ralueB we are offering. ,,u. . - irt- tn tiuva ihls7 eur SwiWV Baulevar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 April 1903

,g--TrnyjyplHttlipiil,WllWWBptH)ijypjp r The Commoner i6 .VOLUME 3, NUMBER 18, : Butter by Absorption. When Charles M. Taylor of Phila delphia spillod his cream pitcher on his lunch table, over two yoars ago, ho muttered something under his broath, -but tho peculiar actions of that cream on his tablecloth aroused his curiosity and set him to maiding experiments. The result is an invention for mak ing butto'r by absorption without tho aid of a churn c physical labor. When ho wants butter "now ho takos a tin pan, puts in some absorbent cloth and a ploco of blotting paper, pours in a quart of croam and puts tho whole in the refrigerator over night. In the morning ho opens the refrig erator and finds over a pound of pure, fresh butter roady for his breakfast table. Over two years ago Mr. Taylor had his servant prepare him a lutichcon in his studio in Walnut street. In roaching for a biscuit he knocked tho croam pitchor over with his sleeve. He simply sot tho pitcher right again and deci...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 April 1903

.f . .. ".,. lhe Commoner WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. - v. Vol? .3.. No. 13. Lincoln, Nebraska, April 17 93- Whole No. 117 11 1 JAS, MARSHALL HEAD" The Commoner lias received the following in regard to James Marshall Head, of Nashville, Tenn., whose name has been mentioned in con nection with the presidential nomination. "James Marshall Head was born in Sumner county, Tennessee, July 25, 1855. His father was a prominent physician whose practice in that county extended over a period of fifty years. The son, James M., attended school at Gallatin, .the county seat, and then read law for two years in the ofilce of Hon. James J. Vertrees. He also at tended Harvard university, completing the course and receiving his degree' in 1876. From that date until his removal to Nashville in 1883, Mr. Head practiced his profession at Gallatin. At Nash ville he became a member of the firm of Cham pion & Head, and later of the firm of Champion, Head & Brown, and enjoyed a large an...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 April 1903

Hymn, wipj8y '-' .VOLUME 3; NUMBER 13, V 'U 6". cc ft . A . "shackled force" Tills, too, shows that ho wants tlio trust magnates to understand that tkero is but tho scantiest justification for most of the out i cry against the nton of wealth, as such, hut ho IB willing to allow- tho public to forget tho harsh things that (In a lit of "hysteria?") ho inadvert antly said about the shackling of cunning. Ho says nothing of tho bill framed by a re publican committee of tho houso of representa tives, passed by tho house almost without oppo sition, and then strangled by the trust represen tatives in tho sonato. It was not an adequate roraody and yot strong enough to make Attorney General Knox call it drastic and corfolnly worthy of passing notice if tho president intends to do anything further on tho trust question. ' Tho suits brought by tho government are men tioned as conclusive proof that tho present laws are being enforced. Tho merger Biiit is referred to and yot it is well known that...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 April 1903

wr"w ' - . r APRIL 17, 1903. The Commoner 3 THE REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN FUND THE DES MOINES CAPITAL, A RE PUBLICAN PAPER, CONFESSES THAT "A ClOOD PART OP THAT FUND CAME FROM PROTECTED INTERESTS." When the republican politicians fall out, tho commdn people Sometimes hear interesting con fessions. For more than a year a bitter controversy has been In progress in the state of Iowa con cerning the "Iowa idea." At the last republican state convention Governor Cummins, and his fol lowers caused to be Inserted In the state platform a plank favoring the xemoval of the shelter which the trusts find In the tariff. This has come to be known asathe "Iowa idea." The plank seemed to be a very popular one with the rank and file of the party in the Hawkey e state, although it was openly repudiated by several republican congress men and privately repudiated by others. The republican newspapers of the state are divided on the question. The Des Moines Reg ister and Leader, and the Sioux City Journal are l...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 April 1903

0" : m '-, -M t. V - . i The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. class mail matter. The Commoner. -.. 11. TOQVnU Rtrlkes Missouri wnen iresiuunu iw. -,,.. n ti1Q he will be in a state that does not believe in tho Knoxincation of the trusts. General San Miguel has just breathed his last n(rni Thn irnneral's respiration appears -to bo a Entered at the Posto(r at i.incoh,; Nebraska, ns second. regular contluued-in-our-next sort of an attair. Thoro appears to bo nothing left of tho city eie6tions for the reorganizes to po nt to with pride savo tho result in tho city of Lincoln, Neb. Tho "Subscribers' Advertising Department" ia constantly in receipt of letters from patrons who express great satisfaction with the results secured. Perhaps that Missouri editor who could not explain where ho got a thousand dollar bill had been out and rounded up several delinquent sub scribers. On Tuesday morning of last week the Chicago Tribune shouted, "May the best man win!" Tho Tribune should now be fair enough to ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 April 1903

9 ' . The Commoner. &PRIL. 17, 1903. S v '. 5 Northern Securities Case. The opinion delivered by the United States Court of appeals in the Northern Securities case is a vigorous rebuke to men who would conspire against public interests by engaging in what Mr. Roosevelt calls "the inevitable process of eco nomic evolution," otherwise and more properly Jmown as trust organization. If sustained by the supreme court, to which cour,t the case will, of course, be taken, the deci sion of" the court of appeals will result in the complete destruction of the Northern Securities company, which is the name for the trust ac complished by the merger of the Northern Pa cific Railroad company and the Great Northern Railroad company. In its opinion the court of appeals goes direct ly to the point when it says that the claim that the rate fixed by a combination or a trust is rea sonable is of no importance. According td the court, the vice of such a combination is that it confers the power to est...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 April 1903

-"-Wimtwrrip,- trt. ig j i wffgwgyWHHWW uppipwiiiimwiump v- x - The Commoner. , V0LTJME3, NUMBER 15, yw "CUER6NT wf " ( K ft ' 9 ..s "C - j , 1 ' ' " ' "" -" Ti ' " ' ' . 1 i . '? VVl-V7 y-szzzzgl!izam) V TUB IRISH LAND BILL RECENTLY INTRO duccd at tho instigation of the Balfour min istry by tho chief secretary of Ireland, is tho most important measure rolating to Ireland that has been presented for consideration since Mr. Gladstone's famous home rule bill. In brief, tho purpose of this land bill is to enable the tenant farmers In Ireland to purchase farms and the bill provides that to this end tho British government is to advanco tho cash. Tho measure provides so distinctly a stop in tho right direction that it has met with popular approval throughout tho civil ized world. It is evidont that there aro some English politicians who do not take kindly to the plan, but it is not likely that theso will open ly oppose it, while the general recognition of tho fact that tho timo has coino ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 April 1903

"'- Commoner. r" m J&.PRIL 17j 1903. - - - to hold a broom and,' how to sweep. They are taught, with the use of a doll's house and toy furniture in it, how artistically to arrange the furniture in a r6om and how to hang pictures. The more advanced pupils; are unexpectedly given a room in the Union Bethel some afternoon and are requested to scs that it is properly madcclean and neat The knowledge wliidh they have been given with the doll's .furniture' then, comes into -play. They know how"to make up big beds from learning how to make up small dolls? beds. In two weeks' time the kitchen gardening class has become one of the most popular of the Union Bethel. The children like to learn because the dolls' fiTrnlture interests them and the mothers say that a child who is learning in the class is of the greatest assistance about the house, since interest in housekeeping is aroused." THE BRONZE STATUE CALLED ' HERMES after lying at the bottom of the Ionian sea for nearly , two thousand ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 April 1903

yiwifn vw wimwwwwwyT ffrWWWppwn ,v 8 The Commoner. t - yOLUilB 3, NUMBER 13. ness as housekeeper, In some form or other, and the only way to pro. erly. meet It-is to have her understand business methods. -rT1 S r.kled Mandi. Poor, tired hands, that toiled so hard for mo! At rest before mo now I see them lying; They toiled so hard; and yet we did not sco That sho was dying. Poor, rough, red hands! They drudged the live-long day Still busy, when the midnight oil vns burning; Oft toiling on until sho saw the gray Of day returning. If I might sit and hold those tired hands, And feel the warm life-blood within them beating, And hiss the faded eyes and withered cheeks, Some whispered words repeating, I think tonight that I would love her so And I could tell to hor my lovo so truly That, e'en though tired, sho would not wish to gc And leave mo thus unduly. Poor, tired heart, that had so weary grown, That death came all unheeded o'er it creeping; How strange it seems, to sit hero, all, alon...

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