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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 May 1903

IS!55tir5TwS T'ijnr"w'Mw'',"''y'iifr' 'mrfvi . 'iivrmim'ym'ihtmmipwm wj.'ww'ywwgwpn "' r . 4 The Goiiiitkoner. MAY 22, 1903. . 9 tho stripes being inrmany varieties of width and very popular. As a ma terial suitable for many purposes and for summer and early autumn suits, -mohair is one that constantly recom mends itself.. Tho line of colorings includes all the standard shades; in white, mohair has largely replaced serge for the separato skirt, as it is very resistent of dirt and also cleans easily and without shrinkage. Mohair is more adapted to the skirt and coat suit than to the entire gown, as it is pre-eminently a material for use and wear. Separate short skirts of white mohair are stylish when made in the sunburst plaited 'model. Ex. Fashion Nets The gay tarlatan plaids in the light-weight woollen goods, ginghams and soft silks are more pronounced than ever in the fashions of chil dren's clothes, both for dresses and as trimmings for dresses of the plain colors. Even hats are ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 May 1903

XHfiJlMiMH W in- Kit "V The Commoner. 10 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 18, IBSftiEEE I - At- W f& tW J X VA Wl 11 x -T s fTTx (oimorohU The Old-Tim Sons Telia songs that mother used to sing! the songs of long ago, That wreathed her dear old face in smiles and made her dim eyes glow. I hear them yet in memory, and mist hedims my eyes, For long sho's read her title clear to mansions in the skies. 'And as I hear the old refrains she al ways loved the hest I feel the waves of trouhle roll from of my weary breast The old-time songs, the good old songs, that mother used to sing As with the eyes of faith she saw the ' Palace of the King. "How firm a foundation Ye saints of the Lord Have laid for your faith In His excellent word!" In- with it and claimed the reward. stantly Samson replied: "If ye had not plowed with my heifer, ye had not found out my rid dle." Which, as you must admit, was a rather neat way of informing them that he knew how they came into pos session of the answer. The songs that m...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 May 1903

r"p'ii nrt(Mp(pw? -gV"-- ff iryrjijni. atffwii wn wpvywwtf f" - -r II- iuWiligiii.iiiif The Commoner. MAt.22, 1903. II jSf w ' W'VWJ'iwtiy "" jwjft "P1 B. A FEW ITEMS OF INTEREST The furniture used in Cuba is large ly from the United States. The average annual temperature of Sitka and Omaha is the same. Seven railroads have recently voted to issue 1230,000,000 of new securi ties. Of the American males over forty years of age 80.9 per cent are mar ried. , The proportion of Chinese to Ind ians in the United States is as two to three. The output of the American furnace is more than double that of the British. . The United States steel corporation has unfilled orders for 6,410,719 tons of steel. The population of Canada - east of Lake Superior is 4,000,000 and west of it 1,000,000. The Canadian government has de cided to add one-third to the tariff duties of all German goods. biying the last three years 22 mil lionaires have died in England. Their average age was 75 years. A count of th...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 May 1903

iWWMWW'iW awgft f 4 ' r " J?" wK-w-1 r"i , . -mtmtm-r -- - M i . 12 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 18. I' :r r ' rin ) ii ii mm n -h y " i n. i ti'.Ti i M if Rich deposits of asbestos have been discovered la tho . Irkust district of Russia, according to a dispatch from Consul General Holloway at St Pet ersburg to Washington. It is reported that this asbestos is superior in qual ity to any yet discovered. From Vienna on May 9 it was re ported that a mosque at Kinprliul, Bulgaria, in which 200 Moslems had asscmblod, had been blown up by dynamite aud tho worshippers woro buried in tho ruins. A daring attempt to destroy tho steamship Umbrla was discovered in time to prevonb its accomplishment, according to a Now York dispatch dated May 9. An infornal machine containing 100 pounds of dynamite and an olectrlcally operated mochanlsm, and which was intended for shipment on the Umb.ria, was found on the pier of tho Cunard steamship lino. The mechanism was set to explode within twonty-four ho...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 May 1903

wpwuiin iFm '"wmmmmimmmnmwMmv s ", The Commoner. MA'Y 22, 1903. 13 UppWippi u imi IJ4PWHIHII miw t ing. a -wireless telegraph service be tween San Francisco and the Faral lono islands, thirty miles from San Francisco. The servico 'will supple ment the cable between these- points, which was broken recently and is. now in course of repair. A dispatch from New York undo. date of May 14 says: A national fed ... eration of employers, it is expected, will be one of the consequences of the movement begun by employers of la bor in the building trades to organ ize for protection and aggressive pur poses against the labor unions. . A dispatch from Washington, dated May 13, says: The war department has received mail advices from Manila that Miss Floy Gilmoro has been ap pointed assistant attorney general for the government in the Philippine is? ands. She is the first woman ap pointed to such an important local position. She went to the Philippines as a stenographer and gained her present posit...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 May 1903

jffijaftAffiffi ' Ei' - MMMWMIVlMrMW "nmrnmFi n tw r - w mmXujvh 14 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 18. Aurora (Neb.) Register: The re publicans would like to get Grove Cleveland elected president and un load another panic on him. Minden (Neb.) Courier: If pub licity is such a remedial exponent of wrong doing, why Ib there so much secrecy attached to tho postofllce scan i flal? "Wooster (0.) Democrat: General Miles seems to have a faculty of tell ing the truth that makes the war de partment norvous every time he opens his mouth. Canton (Mo.) Press: From tho dif ferent tone of the president's talk Da the tariff, it is surmised that tho high protectionists have insisted on hav ing his own views "revised by its friends." Hastings (Neb.) Democrat: The Lincoln Star says that Governor Dock ery, democrat of Missouri, admits that Roosevelt is a great man. Mr. Roop velt is generally admitted to be the greatest trust-buster that never busted a trust. Louisiana (Mo.) Press-Journal: It will tako...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 May 1903

t,w-1 jta. we .sijBja"1 v wwf"'V;wi ' sj rJmH-r'i !' ' "1H W '"liiwiwiwwwiaiwwwyBjiwp1-1 may'' '22V lVo3.: The Commoner. 15 ls There Is No Unbelief. f There is no unbelief! (Whoever plants a seed beneath the eod 'And waits to see it push , away. . tho" . ..clod, .. . Trusts-ho In God. There' Is .no unbelief! iWhoever says, when clouds are in the sky, Bo patient, heart, light breaketh by . and by, Trusts the Most High. . There is no unbelief! Whoever sees 'heath winter's fields of snow The. silent harvests oL. the . future grow, ' - a .'God's power must know. , . ,Thero is no unbelief! IWhoeyer. lies down on his couch to ,, sleep, ' '., Content .to lock each sense in slumber deep, ' nows God will keep. , f here id no unbelief! iWhoever says tomorrow, the un- .., known..., ,. JThe , future, trusts that power alono Nor dares disown. There. is no unbelief! The heart that looks on when dear eyelids close And dars to live when life has only -.. , woes, i God's comfort knows. ' - : There i...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 May 1903

K i.imy PPJWWTr riir.iyiOTiifiwi.iMM'iu'iw n.iwm 1 1 ijniipn wu mmmmfmmmmfvm . The Commoner. 1.6 VOLUMENTJMBER 18. 't"? THEIR THANKSGIVING A FEAST OF CROW, v GROYER."Mr. Hill, -will you please say grace?'9 Copyrighted. Reproduced by permission from "Judge," December i, IS94. The Harm S!ang Does. There is still another serious objec tion to the use of slang. It tends to limit the vocabulary of him who uses it. Now, a limited vocabulary is al most as inconvenient at times as a limited purse, and it is far more in elegant If there was practically lim itless wealth within the reach of him who was minded to take it, It would argue a certain stupidity in any one who declined to avail himself of tha supply The same assertion holds true with regard to him who is will ing to limit his choice of words. There is even more to be said than that There is a limitless wealth of words at our disposal, but the most of ,us are too stupid to make use of them. There are about 200,000 words in the Englis...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 May 1903

n The Commoner WILLIAH J. BSRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. . i Vol. 3. No. 19., Lincoln, Nebraska, May 29, 1903. Whole No. 123, Zm$ Sd2: -. Bd rmiii m Wiiofiiiiu OVvO kr gjpiIIJH?flOpii Pvi IffffaSfisfi Memorial Day. . Memorial Day is here again, and the flowers, fragrant offerings of love and gratitude, will soon make the graves as beautiful as the mem ory of the soldiers' deeds is prec ious. Each year diminishes tho number of veterans who assemble at tho cemetery to conduct tho memorial exercises; each year in creases the number of mounds to bo decorated, but the' living may be trusted to perpetuate the cus tom even when the survivors of our wars hayo entirely disap peared. Sorrow for the dead is tho one sorrow, it has been said, from which tho living do not care, to be weaned, and this is the more true, when with that sorrow there la mingled the appreciation of pa triotic service. The living can ro . joice that the animosities aroused by the civil war have been so completelyv burie...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 May 1903

UJMBtoiitBH j7!f!15y?Tn777Sri!ir3Tiiii)ijiiiiiji''llityw'' . . ft- I I - 9 week's issue of Tho Commoner the attention of every "want to win" domocrat In his neighbor hood. Even on tho low plane of expediency, thero is every reason why tho attempt to ropublicanizo the democratic party should he defeated. It would not, in tho end, profit tho democratic party if it should loso its principles even though it won the offices. Like tho victory of 1892 it would bo an oxponsivo victory; but if after democrats sur render their principles they aro required to sub mit to dofeat, the defeat will bo all tho moro humiliating. It is of tho highest importance that every flcmocrat who loves his party understand the sit uation and realize that disaster will certainly come upon the democratic party if the reorganiz ing element controls in the convention of ly04. It is, therefore, important that every democrat who beliovcs that his party should remain true to its principles and faithful to tho people ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 May 1903

i. mwupwui pwnjW - y 'ff""ra r 7 ffw"r"ryiwa rjfWPWrwr " """ "jr5i The Commoner. MAY 2, 1903. tho American soldier. There must bo a very un mistakable lino drawn between tho great body of honorable and faithful officers and private sol diers whoso records have been commendable and those, of whatever station, whoso acts have re ceived and should receive tho earnest condemna tion of all honorable men." The general is right A line must bo drawn between the soldier who respects his country's po sition and always endeavors so act as to de fend the nation's high position among tho na tions, and the soldier, whether ho be officer or private, who permits an Inherent brutality to manifest itself in cruelty to tho helpless. It is natural for tho guilty and for their friends to resont criticism of individual officers as if it wero criticism of the whole army, just as tho predatory Tich seek to make it appear that punl'hment of them is an attack upon property and property Eights. Tho punishment...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 May 1903

ihwht 'yr!r-W?3Pff I H ywy yM mpwi " i; The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered at the postoffice at Lincola, Nebnuka, as iccond tlass caait matter. TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE On Year $i.o 5lxrientti5 50c la Clubi of 5 er mora, par year 75c Three Hentha 35c Single Copy c Saaaple CopUa Pre. Ferelxa PesUca 52c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Canaienar. Tbey can also be teat through ncwapapers which hare adver tlied a clubbing rate, or through local agenta, where such agents hare been appointed. All remittance should be seat by post office money order, express order, or by bank draft oh New York or Chicago. Do not Ecnd individual checks, stamps, or Money. RENEWALS. -The date on your wrapper shows whea yoar rfaticription will expire. Thus, Jan., '04, means that payment his been received to and including the last issue of January 1904. Two weeks are required after money is received before he date en the wrapper can be changed. CMANOE OP ADDRESS. Subscribers requesting- a change...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 May 1903

"'x'frtrvn ff (Hi'-fvfy!" o-.r jw, -j w The Commoner. MAY 2,9,, 1105., 5 EDITOR RICHARD L. METCALFE OF THE OMAHA WORLD-HERALD TO EDITOR NORMAN E. MACK OF THE BUFFALO TIMES. ' i""i Omaha, Neb., May 16, 1903. Nor man E. Mack, Editor Times, Buffalo, N. Y. Dear Sir: Many western dem ibcrats were interested in the editorial entitled "The Presidential Nominee," and appearing in a recent issue of the ,Times. You say that for the demo cratic party to "incur the hostility of -either Mr. Cleveland or Mr. Bryan ,and their many followers" would he .the height of folly, and you add that friends of both these gentlemen "must e willing to eliminate their individ ual preferences and to join their in terests for the good of the party." You Jiave struck an interesting vein of thought hero and I think that dom .ocrats tlirougout the country who ad .mire you as a man and a democrat jwould he glad to have you go a bit deeper along this lino. . We must agree that it is not too much to ask democrats to el...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 May 1903

'"V i. 1 ; .1 1 --ij- ' ' l ' "1 ' """""' ' '" '1 - The Commoner . VOLUME 3, NUMBER 19. CURR8NT . :i mi 'H ' in ii l Tiki ti i rT'TTm'jfr1"!"1. -W J" K" CvgSlg&teo r I 1 SERIOUS CHARGES RELATING TO IRREG ularltics in tho administration of the postal altairs have been formally preferred by Seymour W. Tulloch, formerly cashier of tho Washington city postomce. In a letter to tho postmaster gen eral, Mr. Tulloch says that in all instances of ir regularities and favoritism, tho proper allowances, records, vouchors, etc., were carefully executed and little Information can be ascertained by their Investigation. Ho says that tho real facts behind these allowances and vouchers are known to few, "those Interested who will not and others, clerks, who dare not talk." This was probably meant as a broad hint to the postmaster general to make it easy for tho clerks "who dare not talk," to speak without fear of injury to themselves. THE THING WHICH LED TO SUBSEQUENT irregularities, abuses, and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 May 1903

"SSP n 'V l,,rr-lt'",,vi'"a,,i;:4'.,u'- t'vh,.i; tjpryts" 6 The Commoner , VOLUME 3, NUMBER 19. fCURRNT k ftV- rfll fcT ' rTTpZS!SIw?ftJS ?' w.Vag'rS .Tsxypg-y vi ni 'TTrw- ;. i iT -tiinii i mmTI ii it rin rr;1; ,-i t". i , , j v jfy 7z's, - SERIOUS CHARGES RELATING TO IRREG ularities In tho administration of ttie postal altalrs havo been formally preferred by Seymour W. Tulloch, formerly cashier of tho Washington city postofflce. In a letter to tho postmaster gen oral, Mr. Tulloch says that in all instances of ir regularities and favoritism, tho proper allowances, records, vouchors, etc., wore carofully executed and little information can be ascertained by their investigation. Ho says that tho real facts behind these allowances and vouchors are known to few, "thoso interested who will not and others, clerks, who dare not talk." This was probably meant as a broad hint to thq postmaster general to make it oasy for tho clerks "who dare not talk," to speak without fear of injury to the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 May 1903

m-mm'fSmiPwfr wr!n?SSr " 'fynrtmv inqpwrt$. . fmiiMpivu-39 -"" V " MAY 29, 1903.v k Rome cablegram-to tlio Chicago Tribune saya that "until the last few years Italy "was tho only" .country In Europe showing an excess of males over females. Tho fact that females are now iu xcess is attributed to emigration. Tho census of hose kndwing how to read and write is not en couraging. In 1872- tho average was 31.2 per cent In 1877 the law for compulsory education - .was put into effect, and yet tho census just com pleted .shows that only 48.5 per cent of tho Ital ians are able to read and write. Newspapers la ment the difference between tho results and the 'largo sums spent for education and advise k stricter application of tho 'law. THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE STEPHEN son county, Illinois, poor farm, James Eells by name,, says that after a careful investigation 'lie has concluded that paupers are longer lived .than other people. In a conversation with a rep resentative of the Chicago Tribune, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 May 1903

KSssww - 9 The Commoner i -; 7 MAY 2.9, 19 0 3.', r Rome cablegram-to tlio Chicago Tribune sayn that "until the last few years Italy was the only ' .country In Europe showing an excess of males over females. The fact that females are now lu excess Is attributed to emigration. The census of those knowing how to read and write is not en couraging In 1872- the average was 31.2 per cent. In 1877 the law for compulsory education -was put into effect, and yet the census just com pleted .shows that only 48.5 per cent of the Ital ians are able to read and write. Newspapers la ment the difference between the results and the large sums spent for education and advise b. stricter application of the law. THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE STEPHEN son county, Illinois, poor farm, James Eells by name,, says that after a careful investigation 'lie has concluded that paupers are longer lived .than other people. In a conversation with a rep resentative of the Chicago Tribune, Mr. Eolls said that he has in his...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 May 1903

- "-- KT-yt" -jrjf ? 8 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER la, ' Jj-W I w lit g x y S MU.JL v j a- s w )Con(fucecf7fP) i 'yelenmttsMc&fa A Dreara of Leve. We all have walking visions I have mine, And, being young and fanciful and counted fa'r, I sometimes dream of love. And, sitting all alone and musing still, While yet the flrolight flickers dim, I ask myself, if I should learn to love, If my still heart could wake to life, How would I love, or how would I be loved? I would be loved in calmness Trusted, not feared; He whom I loved should be my king, And not my slave: I do not ask that ho be proud and cold, But calm and grave and very strong -A king, like Saul among the sons of men, And kindlier o'er himself. Ho must not tremble at my slightest frown, Of trouble, if another meets my eye; Nor must ho, like a vassal, crave my smile Glad in the dust before my feet to lie For I would weary of servility. I would not rule; nor yet would I be ruled; I scorn the tyrant as I'd scorn the slave...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 May 1903

ir?i p ? " ? 4 v1J The Commoner. HAT Zt; DSOJ.. 9 F flf"1 rfWr"- dt, same of nutmeg, and Just enough flour to roll well. To Keep them from being Hard, take out of the oven as soon as done and do not dry them up. Matual Toleratlaa. The woman who is altogether satis fled with the girl her son has chosen for. his wife is seldom met with, while few sisters are able to recognize in a brother's affianced the adorable quali fies so apparent to himself. Natural as these feelings are, they should be sternly controlled, and when an en gagement is an accomplished fact, relatives should skowtheir good sense by accepting it .and making the most of it, oven though it be somewhat objectionable. It is as well to be si lent on the subject, for the young man loves the girl he has chosen, and Is blind to faults which may "bo ob vious to others, and, instead of di recting his attentions to these, let the mother or sister treat the pros pective relative with the courtesy due to the brother's choice, mak...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 May 1903

MMAtfMKfMHMrfM,a "Jt" ' "i 1 '"T'l t wp t' ' I The Commoner. V . VOLUME 3, NUMBER 19 jMnwiTfrinirrr) :V-)'v,"i'trvt'infr"'"iif'litrl"T"frm'f"-fM "' T' """"T 1tiM f ' ' '-- 10 J. It I vr ' RHYMING FABLES OF A FEW SPECIES OF FOOLS The "Always-Buttlng-In" Fool. To make this world of joy and woo It takes all Hind of people, though it Bometimes seems the kind that's wrong make up the hig part of tho throng; that those who are not just au fait increase In numhors every day; while wo who do tho right or try grow fewer as tho days go by. But knowing as wo do tho kinds of people one so easy finds, we do the best wo can to greet with courtesy each ono wo meet; wo try to treat all pcoplo white and only, do what's square and right But there's one species of tho race wo loathe to meet in any place. Wo can endure tho fleshly pains, or business cares that rack our brains. Wo can endure tho gossip's tongue, or oliice-seeker'B wealth of lung. But Dno affliction is to great, and I arise right hero to...

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