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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 3 July 1903

fM)75'-- mi ,i i hi mi in i 1 1 u i i 1 1 The Commoner. JULY J, 1103. 9 riiri less, almost criminal manner in which so many children are called into be ing, and the torriblo prenatal condi tions with which 'they are surrounded, he is brought to a vivid realization of t. mighty law back of and In all things, working for good, and which has brought the race to its present stage of evolution in spite of the un favorable conditions which have been forced upon the children of the race by the immoral, ignorant selfishness of tho fathers, and the ignorance and lack of courage on the part of the mothers. 'Fatherhood and motherhood are sacred offices divine privileges yet many of us treat these offices as a jest, or a thing of which to be ashamed. , . . That which "is of the highest and best of our nature has been brought down in degradation and brutality; that which belongs to the highest manifestation of love has been made the accompaniment of selfish gratifi cation; that which should brin...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 3 July 1903

F,IHggS The Commoner. 10 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 21. "-wf"iffTT' fF" lyf"""! " " to . At '14 .1. : The Poor Klngi. This king life's not so jolly, I'd re mark 'twixt you and me, With all its clianco of being stabbed or blown to kingdom come. It's not the easy-going life that it's cracked up to be, But rather one that's bound to keep a fellow guessing some. Now there was Alexander with a job of being Icing, "Who ruled a dinkey country for a short and stormy spell Once I thought I'd trade -with Alex, but I'vo changed my mind, b'jing, For Alex is a dead one, but I'm still alive and well. .There was Nicholas, czar of Russia, ho had wealth and power untold, And could summon round him ar mies that were thick as swarms of bees; He could feast his optics daUy on his tons and tons of gold, And I- thought, "Well, Nick, you're lucky and can do Just as you please." ,Yes, I rather envied Nicholas' as a man on Easy Street, But since then some things have happened which I need not stop to toll, Convincing...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 3 July 1903

iMfca',J V" -" I-.-,, The Commoner. JULY' 3, 18 03. . .-"t ' JW 1 L AN IDEAL CHARACTER Dr. Hiram K. Jones, long Jackson ville's foremost citizen, has become a citizen of a country on whose borders he had long sojourned while yet here, and with whose Inhabitants he had found congenial companionship and held sweet communion. The most gifted and illustrious names of the near and distant pas, the liglit of whoso transcendent gen ius and works have come down to us, do not eclipse the brilliancy of this il lustrious sage nor surpass the saintli ness of his character and life. An in timate association with him for a period of thirty-five years gave me full opportunity of discovering the rich and rare endowments and attain ments of this remarkable man. Able to hold converse with the most profound scholars and philosophers of his time, he yet was equally compan ionable with the humblest and least cultured. And this communion wa$ always maintained with perfect ab sence of austerity and patron...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 3 July 1903

VrwyrB'iV7,i(ijfc( 12 The Commoner VOLUME 3, NUMBER 2. .tr V? v i "" vi, r --- ran 4 ili! s CSFi 5C3 : 7J 3 'iisn "r-? (ChP r.inWlHin v .rf Jl 1 ' J fl J III II III J uj-j J '" " ' ' ' I 1 Ml I Q Z J 'V'A tf ? 1 i iii According to advices received from London on Juno 20 a bloody battle has beon fought In Morocco in which the forces of El Menobhi were almost wholly destroyed by the rebels under Bu Hamara. The losses are put at 6,000 fighting men, and one report had it that the leader of tho government forces was killed. Tho situation at Sorvia Is growing somewhat complicated owing to the attitude of tho powers toward the new government On June 20 it was re ported that Greit Britain had practi cally broken off diplomatic relations and tho English minister had been ordered to return hone. The Dutch representative at Belgrade has been instructed by his government to as sume the same attitude as Great Britain toward the new government N A project is on foot to build a new railroad in Ala...

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

f iaiT" rr jw-BUp-ir - " fJVWWT'WV"-'PT' " . yiT.iHHHHIimpH,, - t - The Commoiier. JULY 3, 1903. 13 FqMajfipiifMlafilB W'MIT11 ''MP j',uuj u w "irrTEPnuyfr-vw " ' r destroyed by the flood; the other is to extend the authority of county com missioners in cases of dire calamity. All other bills passed are local in character. For the seventeenth time in the his tory of twenty-flve annual Yale-Harvard regattas, Yale won the famous eight-oar contest at New London, Conn., on June 25, as well as several smaller events. An equestrian statue of General Joseph Hooker, of civil war fame, was dedicated at. Boston, Mass., on June 25. The statue is erected on the state house grounds. Many prominent army men were present at the ceremonies. An interesting announcement came from Venezuela on Juno 25 when it was reported that it is the intention of the Venezuelan government to re-establish its legation at Washington and that General Jose Manuel Hern andez, better known as El Mocho, is to receive the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 3 July 1903

'""'"' '''i.!1 T1 ((." " - W" V The Commoner. 14 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 24, " - is tt Emporia (Kas.) Times: Tho Cleve land boom died before it got its eyes .open. Lamar (Mo.) Democrat: When the republicans all begin to say that so and so is a "good man," all-wool democrats begin to get leery. Clinton (111.) Register: Tho re publican editors are giving Cleveland a rest as they have him as near nom inated by the domocrats as they can hopo to get him. Lebanon (Kas.) Times: Mr. Mor gan should not have gone to Europe immediately after launching tho Cleveland booi. It was a tender in fant and needed careful nursing. Koysor (W. Va.) Tribune: It Is safe to predict that whatever tho Aldrlch financial bill proves to bo it will have received the approval of the national banks before it Is submitted to con gress. Fremont (Neb.) Leader: Have you over tried to imagine what would happen to a federal judge who issued an order restraining a corporation from lowering the wages of its em .ployes? Greenville...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 3 July 1903

.tftywn-y - nrj' iw BH''-'y -7W -"J-gH-- yw f iv ;, - "fvpr - w-. 1RJ ' g-jr"r' The Commoner. JULY 3, 1903. 15 iMFtTH Twrr WT-r&r T-WfC i f Iowa Democratic Convention, Tho democratic state convention for Iowa met at Des Moines June 24. The first contest came over the plat form. The resolutions committee composed of eleven members stood four in favor of the Kansas City platform and seven against Majority and minority reports were made. The minority report favored reaffirmation of the democratic na tional platform. The minority report vas rejected by a voto of 354 yeas to 4GS nays. v It was also proposed to include in tho platform a plank favoring gov ernment ownership of railroads. Thte proposition was defeated by a vote of 199 yeas to 628 nays. Tho minority report relating to the reaffirmation of tho Kansas City plat form was as follows: "We, tho minority members of your committee on resolutions, be leave to submit the following minority re port and move its adoption by this con...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 3 July 1903

JgpTf Mtr3rrS!GFij?--v&Hm i'my -wuyjpjiiitiB '.- 16 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 24. TMCK'ttfcr1 wants of man mar not bo perverted into meano for his oppression. The fundamental principle of dem ocracy, "equal rights to all and spe cial privileges to none," applies In full force to tho subject of taxation. The democratic party believes that the burden of taxation should be borne equally by all taxable property and pledge our memburs of tho general assembly to formulate and urge the adoption of such laws as will compel tho burdens of taxation to rest on cor poration and individual property alike without favor to or exemption to any intorest. Tho convention then proceeded to nominate a ticket as fefcows: For Governor J. B. Sullivan, of Union. For Lieutenant Governor J. B. Butler, of Iowa. For Judge of tho Supreme Court John R. Caldwell, of Tama. For Superintendent o Public In structionA. R. McCook, of Howard. For Railroad Commissioner W. S. Porter, of Hardin. Highest Wlnd5. Poin...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 July 1903

nrillln aJu iii Ti' iTT JJ ' i i mmmmtm K - w--rw-'- -ww- "M "'TW,lMiMiW1mwiirW"tr'',T(Wf' "'"'W - YT7Wr " s f Wl?, W The Commoner. WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 3. No, 35. Lincoln, Nebraska, July 10, 1903. Whole No. 139. Gov. James B. Frazier. Governor James B. Frazier, of Tennessee, waa born in that state forty-five yeirs ago, and is a descendant of an old revolutionary family. One of his ancestors fought at King's Mountain and was a member of the constitutional convention of 1796. He is of facotch-Irlsh descent, and learned 'eomething of the responsibilities of public posi tion from his father, who was a man of high Btanding and one of the judges of Tennessee. Governor Frazier completed his education at the University of Tennessee in 1878 and after two years of Btudy was admitted to the bar. While In active practice since that time he has often been called upon to act as a special judge under the laws of the state. He is a Jelfersonian democrat by inheritance and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 July 1903

Tt't -'iSiitLMMlMMjmiiMamamtmSSSmmmmlKM W l fc. . L Wrl I, r. ir. , M 7JM1 2 In a democratic platform. Do they think the vot ers fools and unable to understand the purpose of tho financiers? Of course, the goldites will conccdo a few words about wanting a sufficient volume of money, but they construe that to mean that wo already have too mucn. The convention tloserven credit for denouncing an asset currency and the Aldrich bill, but such a condemnation would have no influence on an oiiicial who showed as much contempt for his platform as some of the delegates showed for resolutions adopted by their counties. A man who is afraid to indorse bimetallism lest he may offond the financiers can not bo depended upon in any contest in which organized wealth is arrayed against the people. . , Tho republicans are now contemplating tho passage of a bill making some six hundred mil lions of silver redeemable in gold a more dan gerous proposition even than the Aldrich bill or tho asset currency, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 July 1903

r, nuntimgMiwiim).,.ww n..rwii iMUjwwm'fii.wiiTyyt The Commoner, JTTLT 10. 1903. MmlfifWIHJM i ui ,tui wUM-mfiiimBMijwu.rmj .nr-ty- i i considering the territory yet to bo explored. But the unexpected Increase in the production of gold does not settle the money question. The increased production of gold that occurred between 1849 and 1850 was much greater in proportion to the quantity of metallic money then in existence than the increase that has occurred stnce 1893. As the Springfield Journal has recently sug gested, the very fact that gold has at times in creased so much more rapidly than silver is in itself proof that it does not for . a reliable mone tary basis. The bimetallism theory is strength ened rather than weakened by what has happened in respect to gold. The increacs in the production of gold that occurred after 1849 would have dis turbed the prices of the world much more than it did had the world been on a gold standard basis. As it was the increased production of gold ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 July 1903

fpw Bf rr ?MMINRWHWW The Commoner. 4 f The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered at the postoffice at I,lucoli, Nebraska, aa uccond class mail matter. TEUMS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE One Year 9i.oa Six rionth 50c la Club of 0 or mora, par year 75C Three Heaths 25c SlnRle Copy 5C Sarrpie Copies Fre. Foreign Pesta.a 52c Extra. SUBSCNIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Comaaoner. They can rIbo be sent through ncwspopeis which have adver Ued a clubbing Tate, or through local agents, -wheie such agenta have been appointed. 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 yoar lutfctiption -will expire. Thus, Jan., '04, means that payment lias been received to and including the lajt issue of January 1904. Two -weeks arc required after money is received before he date en the wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OP ADDRESS.-8ubscribcr requesting a ch...

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

kimui'mmiwuwiuwi JW! ,pWpitk'nr'i"wvwP!f The Commoner 5 ff ULY 10, 1903. Sir Joseph Lawrence, an English manufac turer, has asserted that Mr.chwab of the steel trust told him that the stcol Very trust could, after paying $5 per Complete ton for ocean freight, sell steel Shelter billets in England for $16.25 per ton. The lowest English price at the time Mr. Schwab made this statement was $17 per ton. And yot we are told that the shelter which the steel trust and other trusts find in the tariff must not be removed. Careful About Geography. . The Chicago Tribune asks: "If the Russian government should address to that of the United States a courteous remonstrance on account of the ill treatment of the colored people in the south, what would happen?" Tho Tribune is very careful With Its geography. The Russian government anight remonstrate on account of the ill treat ment of the colored people in certain portions of tho Tribune's own state; or the Russian govern ment might remonstrate bec...

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 July 1903

ihTOf. . . -;.:&J,WMB LIiflllWiMWnWWiCT jJpmmqm0$mwti' The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 25. fCURRGNT '-.; t'?.i S5!rTnff55HSs MIS !t THE CONTRACT UNDER WHICH THE BUN dy Manufacturing company oil Blnghamp Un, N. Y has been supplying time clocks for the postolllce department, is now being investigated. The Washington correspondent for the St. Louis Globe-Democrat says that it is stated that the de partment paid for these clocks from $100 to $125 each according to the size, while in the local market they brought only from $55 to $60 when purchased singly and a considerable reduction when purchased in lots of a dozen or more at one time. The Globe-Democrat correspondent adds: "Some humor is injected into the case by N. H. Baker of St. Louis, representing the Dey Time Register company of Syracuse, N. Y., in a state ment filed with First Assistant Postmaster Gen oral Wynne, in which he makes some caustic comments on the methods employed by the Bundy company to secure the contract. He cl...

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 July 1903

The Commoner. JULY 10, 1903. funic all his own money in tho venture, all ho could borrow, all ho could beg, and still, from all sorts of odd and unexpected corners of tho world, copper came pouring in. As soon as ho ceased buying he had, of course, to commence sell ing, an,d this hastened and accentuated tho inevit able end. By March 1 the price had dropped to less than it was when Thibault commenced opera tions. Altogether the gigantic gamble cost him $ 50,000,000, of which sum fully one-half was lost "between noon and five minutes past on February 28, 1889, when the bottom dropped out of his cor ner.' JC JC IN THESE DAYS OF FAST MOTORING AND high railway speeds, the story of the first steam carriage will bo particularly interesting. A writer in the Philadelphia Public Ledger says that 4t was in July, 1829, some little time before Georgo Stephenson had solved the problem of steam trans port, that Sir Goldsworthy Gurney made his fam ous journey in a "steam carriage" from London to B...

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 July 1903

m rnriKpHUj w The Commoner. 8 VOLUME 3, NUMBBH 25, 1 lie Iwo Glasfcs. There fiat two glasses filled to the brim On a rich man's table, rim to rim; One was ruddy and red as blood, One was clear as the crystal flood. Said the glass of wine to tho paler brother, "Let ns tell the talcs of tho past to each other: I can tell of banquets and revel and mirth, And the proudest and grandest souls on earth Fell under my touch as though struck by blight, "Where I was Icing, for I ruled in might. From tho heights of fame I have hurled men down; I have blasted many an honored namo; I have taken virtue and given shame; I have tempted the youth with a sip, a taste That has made his future a barren waste. Far greater than any king am I, Or than any army beneath the sky; I have made the arm of the driver fail And hurled tho train from the iron rail; I have made good ships go down at sea, And the shrieks of the lost were sweet to me; Fame, strength, wealth, genius before mo fall, For my strength and p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 July 1903

5- wirT - -ftgmtpnK ln The Commoner. JULY 10, 190J; fimnf",,m-iyiryr- young peoplo as only loving parents can. At noon Jennie and I sat long over our simple luncheon, talking of the old days; days when Jennie, Hattie and I were young matrons and mothers of babies. "We are friends still, for wealth and social triumphs have not spoiled Hattie; but wo see each other celdom, for our lives now lie far apart. They have their children still with them, some of Hem grown men and women, while of my little band, all are asleep but one, and ho lives his restless life far, far from his lonely mother. In some things, we each envy the other; but we have long ago learned that each life has its shadows; every shoulder its burden; every heart its bitter 'mockery, and, in our few meetings, look down into each others' hearts and utter, one to the other, a hearty "God bless you," when we go apart Foolish Discontent. One cause of discontent with many a good and true woman is the desire to have as fine a ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 July 1903

The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 25. 10 JMMMMI.BMMWWWWWWWWMIWM,MW'iWMW,WWPM' ?. fr lie Stopped Ills Paper. 'He would stop his local paper to economize, he said. The dollar that it cost him he would save. - Said ho was so busy working that tho sheet was never read, And other reasons weighty then he gave. " "Nothing in it that's worth reading," was the thought he had in mind, And ho chuckled that he'd Baved a dollar bill. iBut while neighbors were progressing ho was left so far behind That the bunco men could see him standing still. "OHo didn't see the warning 'gainst the sharpers going around With cheap pot-metal ranges called the best; ,'And tho contract signed to take one - to his horror soon he found A note he had to pay with interest Next ho signed a little paper for a pair of wily guys "Who said the fact would help 'em 'And in just three nionthB thereafter, " to his very great surprise, Tho local bank wrote: "Pay this, if you please." ".. One bright day a fellow net him and said, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 July 1903

?immfiHmv JULY 10, UOJ. The Commoner. n ttni'jwirwinujpi ' wiimy"nit'"wjnBnji "t The Celebration at Fairview. The Lincoln Daily Journal, republi can, gives the following account of the Fourth of July celebration at Fair view under the auspices of the Fair view Jefferson club: Jeftersonian democracy and in a way Jeftersonian simplicity were ex emplified yesterday at the Fourth of July celebration at Fairview. In a large tent under a sky that was most propitious, people of all classes gath ered to listen to patriotic speeches from guests of Mr. Bryan. It was the initial celebration on the Bryan es tate southeast of the city and disci ples of his political faith hailed it as the first of a series which will be kept up until the triumph of his creed is made known in the world. The cele bration was conducted with the usual accompaniments of such affairs lem . onade, ice cream, basket lunching and lots of gun powder' used by the small boys. The element of politics was not lacking. Tom Joh...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 July 1903

Mmmmsm w - fFj " JJ IV f i rvfpw --'r--. -f The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 25. 12 5flb On Juno 27 tho state department at Washington rocelved from Minister Beaupro at Bogata, Colombia, infor mation that tho extra session of con gress convened for tho consideration of tho canal treaty on June 20. Ac cording to this report tho point in controversy that is delaying the rati fication of the treaty is the question of tho surrender of its sovereignty by tho Colombian government. Much comment has been caused by tho decision of tho president to send to the Russian government tho peti tion of the Jews in this country in re gard to tho treatment of those un fortunate people in Russia. It is an nounced that tho president has made a closo examination of tho precedent in such cases and thinks that no gov ernment has a right to resont the pre sentation of such a petition nor has a government any right to object if such a petition Is declined. The disturbances in Somaliland, Africa, led by the Mad...

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