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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 April 1903

f r t r i The Commoner. APRIL 24, 1003. 3 .i A BEST FOR THE BOWELS If yon haven't a regular, healthy movesaent of tht fcowels every day, you'ro 111 or will bo. Kcopyomr owela open, and be well.' Force, in the shape of violent phytic or pill poison, is danceroui. The smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keepiag the bowels clear and clean is to take CANDY CATHARTIO yyy j w. PmwtftS OPPOSED TO LABOR UNION ORGANIZATION CAT .'EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant, Palatable, Potont, T&sto Good, ! Good, Never Slokon, weaken or Gripe 1 10, 25 as A M oonts per box. Write for free sample, and book lotonhbalth. Address 433 Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN AGENTS WANTED. Either Sox. No canvassing. No soliciting. No time from your regular occupation. No ono will know you aro my representative. No capital, outfit or exporienco needed. Easy.permanent,honorablo and profitable work tb&s can do aono at oomo. Auortw jr. W. KD)1), Key 7008 Ft. Wayne, la THOUSANDS OF EYE C...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 April 1903

-. -,rT-t -tiftv'f y TrtH X The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER U 14 .ru Opposed to Labor Unioa Organization (Continued from Pago 13.) Inflict injury, it must bo taken, I think, to have impliedly glvon- the powor to mako it auablo in a court of law for injuries purposely dono by its authority and procurement." Lord Macnaghten said: "Tho substantial question, therefore as Judge Far well put it, is this: Ila3 tho legislature authorized the creation of numorous bodies of men capable of owning great wealth and of acting by agents with absolutely no responsi bility for tho wrongs they may do to other porsons by tho uso of that wealth and tho employment of-thosa agonts! In my opinion, parliament has done nothing of the kind." Thus the supremo bench confirmed tho judgment of a judge who read into tho trade union statutes provi sions that parliament did not origin ally, nor at any time during tho course of a quarter of a century since inter vening, seo fit to put therein. For tho essonco of tho ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 April 1903

iVT-"'y " ." The Commoner. 'APRIE 24; 1003. 15 act applies to- interstate carriers of freight and passengers as 'well as to all other persons, natural or artificial; that the words "In restraint ol trade or commerce" do not mean unrea sonable or partial restraint of tradQ or commerce, hut any direct restraint thereof; that an agreement between competing railroads, which require them to act in concert in fixing the rate for the carriage of passengers or freight over their respective lines from one state to another, and which by that means temporarily restricts the right of any other carriers to name any rates for the carriage of such freight or passengers over its rnn.ri. n.a it nlon.sos. Is a contract in direct restraint of commerce within i the meaning of the act, In that it tends to prevent competition. It matters not whether, while act ing under such a contract, the rate fixed is reasonable or unreasonable, the vice of such a contract or combi nation being that it confers the pow...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 April 1903

"TfT' The Commoner. 16 ' VOLUME 3, NUMBER H ... - . . """ .. . . . ' - Monopoly and Socialism (Continued from Pago 15) abate not a jot of our disliko of ex tending municipal functions. Nor are wo deceived by the plea that a mu nicipal plant could bo confined to lighting the streets and public build ings. It would bo certain to go on and supply privato consumers, Wo should expect to soo it wasteful and inofllecicnt But what are you going to do when a Snylock company in sists upon tho letter of Its bond? Can wo forever compol taxpayers to put RESTORES EYESIGHT. "Actlna." n Marvelous Dlxcovcry Hint Cures All Afflictions or Hie Kyo Without Cutting or Urucalnsr. There Is no need for cuttincr, drugging or prob ing the eye for nny form of disensc. There is no risk or experimenting, ns thousands of people nave oecn cured ot nununcss, failing eyesicht, cataracts, granulated lids mid other afflictions of U15 eye through tlili errand discovcrv. when eminent occulists termed the ca5cs incurable...

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

WMwpjupbwupi mi, jwnwmiif imififiigS wS5w?flp5Ri5!yww?3SwSiw "' MlVQRMJ i maffHMI)w.ym.Sn.M -mp,.ut.wly,y m.ny y--ii r V k -. , - - - The Commoner. WILLIAJl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol; 3, NO. 15. Lincoln, Nebraska, M ay 1, 1903. Whole No. j 19. ffc C 1 I I IIC Ctr C EZ! r f It JI S Address Delivered hy Mr. Bryan at a Dinner given l L L I O I J U 3 I l L L U J IV 1 a Washington D. C, April 13, 1903, by tlie J Tliomas Jefferson Memorial Association, j Mr. Toastmaster, and Fellow-Citizen: I hard ly feel that I ought to detain the banqueters or take their thoughts away from the magnificent speech to which we have just listened from the governor of the state which gave Thomas Jeffer son' to the Unions It was so complete, so felicit ous in expression and so true, that nothing can he added in the way of eulogy; and if it were not that I have been assigned a particular subject I would not attempt a speech. This evening has been one of great delight to me. I am a believer in Thomas...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 May 1903

-- rr- flr rr-"r?;3KT' "' TW ' ' ,rw,nJrvtfr' . 'rr Organize Democratic Clubs. Tho Commoner has rccoivcd a largo number of applications for form of constitution and member ship blanks for use in tho organization of demo cratic clubs. From all sections of tho country come reports showing that democrats are becoming thoroughly aroused and that thoy do not Intend to permititho rcpublicanization of their party. ' It was tho Kansas City Journal, a republican paper, that, commenting upon an article written by a reorganizes said: "Wo can imagine tho sorry figuro that will bo cut by tho democrats party before the people on tho Issues presented by Mr. Ryan. With scarcely any modification, his presentation of these issues could bo adopted bod ily into tho national republican platform without doing violence to the vlows of that party." Evory democrat should understand just what reorganization means and this republican paper has accurately defined it. Among the democratic clubs already organ iz...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 May 1903

- w Mi The Commoner. MAY 1, 1003. 3 SPEAKING O F MARPLOTS The Boston Herald in a recent issue com plains that Mr. Bryan is acting the part of "a marplot" This is so serious a charge that the editor will be pardoned if he devotes a little time to it The Standard Dictionary defines a marplot as "one who, by meddlesome interference, marsN or frustrates a design or plan." It is evident to all that one must understand something of the plan or design to be frustrated before he can pass judgment upon the merits of the attempt to frus trate it If, for instance, a group of persons should plan to do injury to an innocent person, to a city or to a country it would hardly be fair to denounce as a marplot one who frustrated such a design or plan. The term 'marplot'f can be properly applied only to one who not only meddles with affairs which do not concern him, but in terferes in the carrying out of some good plan or thwarts some laudable effort. What is Mr. Bryan doing to earn the name of marplo...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 May 1903

m - fW tt niTifl, -mp:mji9Miwm V t Ifc The Commoner. 1SSUGD WEEKLY. Entered at the postoffice at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second class mail matter. TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE One Year $1.00 lxftonthj 50c la Clubs ol 5 or mors, per year 75c Three flonths 35c Single Copy $c Sample Copies Frea. Foreign Postage 53c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS enn be sent direct to The Commoner. They can also be sent through newspapers which have ndver Ustd a clubbing rate, or through local agents, wheresuch agents have been appointed. All remittances should be sent by post office money order, express order, or by bnnlc draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your sulrctiption will expire. Thus, Jan., 'c, mentis that payment has been received to and including the lnjt ismcof January 1904, Twd weeks arc required after money is received before he dale en the wrapper can be changed. CI1ANO.EOF ADUREbS.-bubscribers requesting a change o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 May 1903

mvww mwnnnw&SSSwfi!hMif5nw The Commoner. MAY-11903. '5 N. In every precinct throughout the United JBtates, democrat who believe in democratic prin ciples should organize for the Organize fight that is now on. It is lm forth portant that no man he chosen Fight. & delegate to a democratic con vention who may not he de pended upon to faithfully represent the will of the rank and file. v The Philadelphia Record says: "There is no mystery about the presidents attitude no psychological expert is neeuea to explain hiB mental opera tions. As a man he knows the tariff ought to be reduced; -as a the nomination next year he is in the hands of the republican leaders." Not a Great Mystery. Republican politicians insist that the tariff be reformed by its friends and this is inter preted by the Albany Argus to 'By mean "the beneficiaries of govr Its ernmental partnership and spe- Friends cial privilege." " The Argus thinks that it, is about as rea sonable to let the tariff be reformed by i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 May 1903

pfrpy i ZZT-viy'wws immwimmiwk ty i f ip WWWgf 6 The Commoner, VOLUME 3, NUMBER ir WMWMWMI CURR6NT 53 Wmmimmmmmmmimmmmmmf " --- MMtMa- mvn .. . i - i " ""ri-'n i""-""1 '-' . - . -... f I "5 fV-l -.S-" ;S::: tsr- A SUMMARY OP THE COMMERCE OP THE Philippine islands for threo years, the period oC American occupation, has been published by tho Manila Review of Trade, and is referred to by a writor in tho Now York Tribune. It is said by tho Tribune writer that although tho resources of tho islands aro handicapped by tho lack of labor saving machinery, transportation facilities and skilled labor, tho report shows a commercial in crease to which tho Philippine partisans may point with pride. Tho imports in 1900 amounted to $29,601,420, and In 1902 they were valued at $32,141,842. Of theso imports ?1,G57,701 camo from tho United States in 1900, while in 1902 tho United States sent $4,035,243, exclusive of tho goods sent to tho various military departments. Tho exports from tho Philippines I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 May 1903

- 7 J4AY.1, 1903, " - T' HE-TAXPAYERS OF GREAT BRITAIN ARE staggering under the burdens of militarism. It Is announced tliat the navy estimates for next year amount to $172,000,000. The cost of the army and .navy it is estimated will aggregate $345, 000,000. WRITING IN GUNTON'S MAGAZINE FOR April, Eugene Parsons says that the total wealth of the world is estimated at $400,000,000, 000, and of this amount the United States had $94,300,000,000, or nearly one-fourth. It is shown that Great Britain is the richest country in Eu rope, having property and money amounting to $59,000,000,000, or $1,442 per capita. France is the next richest nation of Europe, with $48,000,000,0.00 in money and property, or $1,257 per person, and wih $6,000,000,000 more lent in Europe, Asia, America, and Africa. Germany's wealth is $40,000, 000,000, pi $700 per person, with $8,000,000,000 more lent or invested abroad. The United States has wealth of $1,235 per person. Australia has $i;229,JJenmark,l,105;' Cana...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 May 1903

- w -"m- ' The Commoner, VOfcTJME 8 NUMBER 15, & m " : . Come, Play He That Simple Air. Como, play mo that simple air again I used, so to love In life's young day, And bring, if thou canst, the dreams ,that then Wero wakened by that sweet lay. Tho tondor gloom its strain Shed o'er the hoart and brow, Grief's shadow, without its pain Say where, whero is it now? Bweot air! how ev'ry note brings back Some sunny hope, some day dream bright, That, shining o'er life's early track, Filled oven its tears with light Tho now found life that came, With love's first echoed vow, Tho fear, the bliss, the shame Say where, where are they now? But sing mo the well known air onco more, For thoughts of youth still haunt its strain, Liko charms of some far fairy shore Wo'ro never to see again. Still, those loved notes , prolong; For sweet is that old lay, In dreams of love and song, To breathe life's love away. Thomas Moore. Home' Hints. If you could vonly appreciate the difference between the "mar...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 May 1903

JP"V i""! Hie Commoner. MAT 1, 1903. -ftyw t " fr " 4,'mfp w-- -prpe- ""fcff-r 1''7- , vi , "-tsj, fcfwT. .," I i WhileYouWait Thousands Write Me And Get Well ' Why do you stay sick while an of fer like this is waiting? Why not try to get well? I will mail you an ordergood at any drug store for six bottles Dr. Shoop's Restorative. You may take It a month on trial. If it succeeds, the cost is ?5.50. If it fails, I will pay the druggist myself and your mere word shall decide it If my way succeeds, think what it means to be" well. If I fail, simply Bay so, and the treatment is free. Remember two things. First, I know what this remedy will do, and the pffer proves jny faith in it. Sec ond, it is apparent that I usually suc ceed, else the offer would ruin me. For your own sake, let me convince you. ' My success pomes from strength ening the inside nerves, which alone .- operate the vital organs. I have spent my life in learning how to do .it A weak organ means weak nerve ' power. It is l...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 May 1903

UW'WriYWJlif' ?Tt? I m" t- ( - m 10 The Commoner, t VOLUME Z, NUMBER 15, t" y vu jt( 1 1 ss j v S"Yvy ' in w 9 " nay. I sit at my desk this bright May day And wish, nnd wish, and wish, That I could got up and hike away And fish, and flsh, and fish. For tho big bass bito in the May day light And the muskios take tho bait; But tho work piles high and so there fore I Must wait, and wait, and wait I sit at my desk from morn till noon, And yearn, and yearn, and yearn, For tho broad, bright Jake with shin ing spoon Astern, astern, astern. For tho big bass glides with his gleaming sides Through tho waters cool and deep; While I with a pen in my office den Just weep, and weep, and weep. "The soft May winds in tho waving llnibs Now blow, and blow, and blow O'er northorn lakes whero the big flsh swims Below, below, below. And my old steel rod with a twang and nod Says, "Old pardncr, can't you shirk?" ' But I close my oars and I sit in tears, And work, and work, and work. Tho soft May moon in ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 May 1903

"g' m n m w Twm -rr aw iy'TTW'' " ' JjwirwwrwMnp'-?' a. ' -. -r 'Hif-w1,! mmrrVf-r"rm - v Wv rrfr w -tt Tfy t The Commoner. if MAY 1, 1903. wjr- y Who pays the freight? W Farmtr Ftedricks: I ""Well, there she is, all safe and sound; oo- dcr if I got -wktt I ordered." n ( A Tm Think tf ow2' 'J' Rkef nd Vetden. SUkle Sham. tarn. Ilay Carrier ami Stackers, Waterproof Can ran Com foe Hayitacks, tin- UtntMt, etc., Waifon, Cam- 2??,.Pr,2c'f, eH D,,n ' ', unH minute. Think what you will need Knon, and wrife in TODAY. If yon will tell us what jroti want to Irtjy e will ini you ft qpctUl catalogue ua that article or wtklea Ireo r Ourg. Koci cfo anrf always will. Every article brought into your town has had the freight on it paid by somebody so if you don't pay it who does ? Goods sent "prepaid" or sold in your home town have the freight charges and a profit on the same included in the price to you. When you buy your sup plies from us you pay but one small profit We save you the profits of th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 May 1903

v -J I y ' pV l r -T-w-i'5ViirHrv'yrTji"ifllflr? i The Commoner. iVOLTJME 3, NUMBER VS. 12 1- & DTT- -wfiprri TT'W - Lif1 JktJC jl !o IA On April 18 tho report came from ( Washington tnat tno posimasiur suu cral had decided to malto a cleaii sweep In the personnel of tho commit tee that annually makeB tho awards for postofllco supplies under tho dlvi-' Blon controlled by M. A. Louis, which division Is under investigation. It was also charged that tho dead letter ofllco division will ho accused of fraudulent conduct in tho conduct of its busi ness. Tho Investigation now on foot Is likoly to causo considerable sensa tion beforo its close. It is rumored that Russia is pre paring to take a hand in tho trouble in tho Balkans and troops are be ing massed in readiness for such an event It is believed that tho plan Is to force Turkey to settlo tho eastern question definitely and some reports say that Russia's plan is to drive Tur key out of Europe. Sir Olivor Mowat, lieutenant gov ernor...

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

&Ammm mkwmwAmi The Commoner, MAST li 1903. 3 'mm)i' 'i$umm Dataware Democracy, The democratic league of Wilming ton, Del., recently held the largest business meeting in the history of the organization. At this meeting the fol lowing resolutions were adopted: "We, the members of the democratic league of Delaware, hereby acknowl edge and declare our continued alleg iance to the democratic party of the nation, and reaffirm and indorse the principles laid down in the last na tional platform, adopted at Kansas City. "We congratulate William Jennings Bryan on the bold and manly way in which he so ably and fully represented those principles before the American people during the presidential cam paigns of 1896 and 1900. "We regard those principles now as wo did in 1896 and 1900, as opposed to imperialism and colonialism as nnnncml fr fTnvnrnTnpnr. hv Inllinction. as opposed to trusts, as opposed to that foster-mother and breeder of trusts the protective tariff swindle as opposed to fina...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 May 1903

"MHT-" wn The Commoner. 14 VOLUME ?, NUMBER 15. Stoubonvillo (0.) Gazotto: The sec rot of Tom Johnson's buccgsb: "The common people heard him gladly." Fremont (Nob.) Leador: Over In Olovcland, 0., thero Is a man named Hanna who Is just now afflicted with a smllo that won't stay put Washta (la.) Journal: If the re publicans are so auxlous to havo Gro vor Clovoland run for president again, jhoy ought to nominate him them selves. Koseiuslco (Miss.) Ledger: Again Secrotary Shaw has come to the re lief of Wall street. That unique and delicato presidential boom requires this sort of careful nursing. Do Queen (Ark.) Beo: Clovoland wront democratic. This doesn't refer to Grovor, but to tho city of that name. Grover des'orted in 189G, and has boon trying to pull tho party af ter him evor sinco. Pontlac (111.) Free Trader and Ob server: Tho big stool trust has made public its not profits for tho year 1902, showing tho enormous sum of $90,300,000. This is tho concern which is protcctod by tho ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 May 1903

r a" r " y v MAY 1,1903. 4tr The Commoner i$ 1 - i-i" M R ROC KEF ELLER'S QIFT A great many people "will be sur prised to learn that Chancellor An drews of the Nebraska state univer sity takes kindly to the offer to the university o $100,000 made by John D. Rockefeller, the Standard Oil mag nate. There are many people who have not yet forgotten that in 189G Chan cellor Andrews was at the head of a university ov'er which, by reason of his contributions, Mr. Rockefeller ex erted undue influence. Mr. Andrews undertook to entertain opinions of his own and he was even bold enough to express those opinions. They were not agreeable to John D. Rockefeller and Mr. Andrews soon found himself out of a job. It is to be hoped that the effort of this trust magnate to lay his foul hands upon the Nebraska state uni versity will not succeed. That great. Institution needs none of his ill-gotten funds. The people of this Btate very well know that any contribution which John D. .Rockefeller would make,...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 May 1903

"ST-riyTBw--ririsyiiii ia'iiiwiiiliiwiiniii,j)iirwiwiyfaiMpiiijiii') uj Wi h 6 The Commoner. - VOLDMNB 3, NDMBER 15, jV.. H en en 1 o H 6 -en td " aw -"' -M.i'n.i mi 1 mi 1 .nriiiiiini 1 v . If M L wff32ZEE3 ; t .l.aA-Jiiii'jj

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