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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 July 1903

Vr'P(nw'V f The Commoner. JTJLY 10, 1903. i3 ijr '7 if cussed among tjie Jewish people. The central conference of American rabbis 'was in session at Detroit, Mich., on July 1 and considered the question of changing the Jewish Sabbath from Saturday to Sunday. It was .advised that the question bo referred to a na tional conference that shall have pow er to settle this and other disputed points. The corrected lists of dead at the Hanna, Vyo., mine disaster shows that one hundred and sixty men lost their lives and though diligent search has been made many of the bodies liave not been recovered. It was re ported on July 1 that fire had broken out in the lower levels of the mine and it is feared that many bodies will be consumed. On July 1 Postmaster General Payne issued an order abolishing the posi tion of physician in postofllces at the close of business, Juno 30, 1903. This order will affect a class of officials whose employment was without spe cific authority of law. Some of these off...

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 July 1903

wra The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 23. 'If f frJJ' 1 H Fremont (Neb.) Leader. Every tlrao Brother Hanna thinks of Tom Johnson ho puts a new set of buffers on his senatorial boom. ML Morris'' (111.) Democrat: .It is error to say that King Alexander and Queen Draga were murdored. They were only benevolently assimilated. Tarkio (Mo.) Independent: Presi dent Roosevelt's idea ot publicity seems to bo that it is a good thing so long as it does not injure tho repub lican party. M9quito (Tex.) Mesquiter: In some of nis late speeches President Roose velt has been telling his hearers how to be a hero. Yob, and half tho tramps touring the country can tell you how to get rich. Allegan (Mich.) News: A number of republican papers are howling that their party must punish the traitors in the party. What's the matter with tho people punishing tho party by placing the democratic party in power? Great Bend (Kas.) Democrat: An oxchango says "the boom for Grover Cleveland was taken out of cold stor age ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 July 1903

T'wigyr'i hi uwy A. The Commoner. JULY 10, 1903.. 5 --wTpV-av--jij i mmn wyinf w trmr T Pennsylvania Privates Astonished. Governor Pennypacker of Pennsyl vania, who in the service of the Quay machine signed the bill designed to muzzle the press of his state, has dis covered that the thing is not to be done. The press defies him, and treats him as the tool and fool ( he has proved himself to be. The now law Is badly broken, openly and re joicingly, Pennypacker himself being made the special object of the law breakers' contempt and laughter. What Is he going to do about it? Has he the courage to bring suits un der the preposterous statute which, while signing, he defended in a paper that demonstrated equally the empti ness of his head and the soreness of his temper? Or will he order out the militia to suppress the newspapers that most insolently mock him? He intimated that such might be his course on provocation, and certainly no donkey in office was over more cruelly switched than ho...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 July 1903

kj vfjewnqn IT1 -& r-T r The Commoner. 16 .VOLUME 8, NUMBER JB. Oldest Collection of Moral Maxims. Tlio Prosse-Papyrus, recently found In the tombs of Egypt, bus now been translated by the famous French Egyptologist, Philippe Vtvoy, who gives some interesting data as to its character and contents. The docu ment was originally found in Thebes, and was written about 2600 B. C., be ing the oldt-st collection of moral maxims Known. Tho first two pages are tho product of the Prefect Ka kimnia, who lived under the reign of King Senoferus, of the third dynasty (3900 B. C). The second and larger portion, consisting of sixteen pages, is the work of tho Prcfoct Ptah-ho-tep, who lived in the days of King Assas, of the fifth dynasty (3500 B. C.) This man had attained to all the honors that his royal master could bestow upon him, and In his old age he pre pared this book of practical wisdom and philosophy, prima ily for his own sen, but also for readers in general. From the translation as fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 July 1903

fcr JL The Commoner. WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 3. No, 36. Lincoln, Nebraska, July 17, 1903. Whole No. 130. Towne Still in Politics :W .- The speech delivered by Hon. Charles A. Towne at Tammany's Fourth of July celebration Is conclusive proof that he Is still in politics. He took imperialism for his theme and in the course of his remarks thus presented his views on our colonial policy: "At the same instant of time Spanish tyranny was intolerable in two hemispheres. Against it Cubans were in armed revolt at our very doors. Against it Filipinos were in armed revolt half wnv round rh world. Each soucht national inde pendence, and we knew it Fellow citizens, when the inquisition of after ages snail arraign us at the bar of history, who shall answer the questions: 'Why was a war for the ireeaom or one peapie n.hfimrnfl Intn a war for the subJuEatlon of another people. You accepted the services of the Flli- ninna In mnniinrint? t.hfi Snanish: VOU Cave them arms and am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 July 1903

55S8W8?S55W5r55wiijpi "'W .wm flWWJ -'"V"' wy mw ft " "rr raro to p'rotect ub from tho outsldo world, but they uso thorn to enslave people who have as much right to bo free as wo have. (Applause) I don't believe when In tho quiet of a room In Washington, somowhord In tho capitol, or In a hotel, a numbor of men who control tho destinies 'of this country by representing not the republi can masses, but tho republican machinery when thoy concoct bills to subsidize great ship lines now owned by wealthy people who are enjoying other great privileges, I don't bollovo when they pro pose thus to take your money to subsidize ship Hues,' that they lntond to secure to ' us rights. Such laws are inte'ndod to rob us of rights, I do not believe that state legislatures, when thoy make tax laws under which farmers and homo owners and mechanics and men owning small shops pay live times as heavy taxes as are paid by tho groat steam railroad corporations of tho state I cannot beliovo that that is in th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 July 1903

JiPfl rm?mm nuwww mmifwmimw ljPI'lIWillWlll.''PlIWIIIMlW-WfftlWWWIWiilipilfli)jiiiir,lii t pqyiyij;i iiwiiiiiii, yfiii The Commoner. 3 JULY 17, 1003. MWWII bonds. Wo are receiving from shrewd business men from the large trading centers, monthly or ders for certlflca.es, they claiming that the in vestment is safer and the possibilty of largo gain greater than investment in bonds, life insuranco or any of the speculative stocks offered on the boards of trado in the various commercial cen ters. Most of them purchase certificates syste matically, that Is, send in every month for from one to five dollars' worth. Almost every ono can economize a few cents a day, and the funds thus saved can re invested in certificates, and with a hundred or more certificates in your pos session you are likely to wake up some morn ing and find yourself tho lucky possessor of ah independent fortune. It hardly seems reason able that with a hundred certificates ono could miss ALL of the 1,889 prizes." Please ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 July 1903

swiii iim'fjfliXrwamyufwffi 4 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 26. The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Watered at the postofflce at Wacela, tfcbraska, a atcoad tines mail Hatter. TERMSr-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE One Year ...9i.ee Six Henths sec la Clubs of 0 er mote, par yar 75c Three fteatWa ape Slagle Copy f Sample Copies Free. Forclga Postage sac Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS caa be acat direct to The CesasMener. They caa also be aent through newspapers -which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agent, where sack agents hare been appointed. All remittances should be scat by post office money order, express order, or by baak draft ou New York or Chicago. So not send individual checks, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows wkea year subscription will expire. Thus, Jan., M, means that payraeat has been received to and including the lait issne ef January I904. Two weeks are required after mency ia received, before he date en the wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OP ADDRESS. S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 July 1903

lUfnpUl ,.. Illllll i Hil 'WMpPPW in W'lnptwt"' """ wmyiiiw)wMi 'T The Commoner, JULY 17, 1903. 5 WtMHWH iCUPli f HW The Two Wing." Investigate all of Them. Tho Chicago Chronicle say3 that those who Object to tho republtcanization of the democratic party are misiaiten in me as sumption that there are two wings of tho democratic party." Tho Chronicle adds: "There is sl democratic nartv and there Is a populist party." Commenting upon this state ment, the Buffalo (N. Y.) Times says: "Accord ing to this there must be about 6,600,000 populists and 133,000 democrats, judging by the returns of 1890." Under tho title "How to Improvo Your Dic JJon," a writer in tho Philadelphia Inquirer in structs the rising generation In Improve this brief way: "For clearness Your read Macauloy. For logic Tead Diction. BurKo and Bacon. For action read Homer and Scott. For con ciseness read Bacon and Pope. For sublimity of conception read Milton. For vivacity read Stev enson and JCIpling. For imagination rea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 July 1903

5?3ff4 "rvj? mriT rmr "" ifSfScr f t 6 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 28. CCURB8NT :; na r-rrfm '"-rrr-ir V-r rr" .. i.i .1 " """"" -4ijrsg6gcrrvv WHILE IT IS NOT UNCOMMON FOR S0 called conscience money to be returned to the United States government, the Washington correspondent of the Des Moines Register and Leador says that when a man has once secured a pension, it is the rarest thing in the world to find him willing to forego it It is thus that Pen sion Commissioner Ware regards a recently re-' ceived letter of sufficient interest to give it to -the public. At the pension department at Wash ington the following letter has been received: "Philadelphia, Pa., May 3, 1903. To the Commis sioner of Pensions. Dear Sir: I would ask you to please remove my name from the list of appli cants for a pension by request. I am working at my trado now and making a living. I am im proving right along and do not wish to bo a bur don to the government, and don't think I will over bo in need of a pen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 July 1903

The Commoner. JULY 17, 1903. ing -with the empire's fiscal .policy. All that was lacking in the complete Toilt of the protectionist cabinet ministers was Mr. Balfour's official pro nouncement, as premier and on behalf of the government, that the cabinet as a whole refused to adopt Mr. Chamberlain's views. Both the pro nouncement and the premier were absent from the debate because, according to report, Mr. Bal four was endeavoring to persuade the colonial secretary to remain in the cabinet, notwithstand ing his differences with his colleagues," ac 5 MR. JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN IS AN INTER esting character and many people will bo entertained by reading an article written by Lord Coleridge and printed in the North American Re view, in which article an evidently very accur ate description of Mr. Chamberlain is presented. Lord Coleridge says: "The gusty winds of Im perialism are calming down. The war fever is over, and people are now counting and feeling the cost. The colonies do not seem wil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 July 1903

cfiff vv The Commoner. 8 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 26. ' . ' ' ' J Mi ySfefR)eD a rtrrf0nT IP Saint and Sinner. Heart-worn and weary, the woman sat, Her baby slcoping across her knee, And the work her fingers were toiling at Seemed a pitiful task for such as she. Mending shoes for the little feet That pattered over the cabin floor, "While the bells of the Sabbath day rang sweet, And tho neighbors passed by the open door. Tho children played and the baby slept, And tho busy needle went and came, When lo, on the threshold stone there stopped A priestly figure, and named her name: "What shrift is this for the Sabbath day, "When bolls are calling, and far and near The people gather to praise and pray ' Woman, why art thou toiling hero?" Likotpno In a dream, she answered low: "Father, my days are work days all; I know no Sabbath; I daro not go Where tho beautiful bells ring out thoir call. For who would look to the meat and drink And tend tho children, and keep the place? I pray' in silence, and ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 July 1903

i 'P'lwmpm1 'WHWtiPm w maun m 'waim u i m m m h qui quwwui pu W m iiBiiwppmMRV)IMapMPIVvnH''" The Commoner. 9 JULY 17, 1801. WlMnwwwmimmmmu "imifii line is often tucked; for linen or cot ton goods, small pearl buttons are used; for silk, small silver buttons. Shirt-waist sets come in gray-finished silver in shape of various flow ers, and are made to pin on. Jade, turquoise or amythist is set in rims of cither silver, gilt, or gun-metal. "Waist buttons, cuff buttons and belt pins are made to match. A new idea in shirt-waist accessor ies is to use little ribbon rosettes in place of buttons. These rosettes are made to resemble flowers by using an artificial flower center. Sailor blouses are much worn by vounc cirls. and are cenerally becom ing. They arc. very comfortable, as well as effective, for out-door wear. The blouse is usually made with the sailor collar and shield and the now full sleeves. Stoles and clerical effects are favor ite styles in all kinds of neckwear. There are many...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 July 1903

The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 25, : 10 f I I (. An Apt Stery. When Louis F. Post of tho Chicago 'Public spoko at tho Fourth of July celebration at Falrview, ho told a ' story that aptly illustrates tho devious windings of republican tariff logic. Mr. Post did not talk "politics" in the accepted definition of that word, and ho made no reforenco to tho tariff question, but the story Illustrates re publican tariff logic, just the same. "A tariff on wool," exclaims tho re publican spell-binder, "enables tho farmer to socuro an. increased price for wool. A tariff on nails reduces tho price of nails." ; "A tariff on wheat prevents the competition of foreign wheat and in creases tho prico to tho American wheat raiser," exclaims tho high tar iff advocate. "A tariff on manufac tured products stimulates competition and reduces the prico to the con iumer." Mr. Post's story of the scientist and tho grasshopper well illustrates this Bort of logic. A sciontist conceived tho idea that grasshopper...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 July 1903

PfJ-ll1TT'" j 'i-i" mi) wffi if f rrnWWtipi iiiiii n pc ' ." im t :" .,' The Commoner. JULY 17, 1903. if JB4IW 'V " '"' -" fJVWJ!1 VCWJ't1 ' 'fT1' ,,,MU B .- Army Life Caused Chronic Headaches Stomach Trouble All His Life Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills Cured Him of Both Ho thinks ho has the world's record for walking. While he holds this record, he has never received much pay. He has never been able to buy a horse, as ho got only $20 a month. During the quarter of a century that ho has been In tho government employ not once has any charge been brought against him. It is Not Settled. As is very frequently found the stomach trouble and headache in tho following case came from the same cause. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills, like all of Dr. Miles' Remedies, are designed tc cure the disease, not the symptoms. This readily explains why these ster ling medicines can cure such a va riety of diseases. There is no rem edy, formula or prescription which in any way equals Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills for ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 July 1903

5(pywp irtrm 7 w if" r1, i"iw,w"fti The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 26. V On July 4 it was announced that Popo Leo XIII. was dangerously 111, arid that news of his death might be expected at any moment. So serious was his Illness that extreme unction was administered. A slight surgical operation was resorted to which re lieved the patient's sufforlng some what After hovering between life and death for several days, the pope ral lied, and on Monday, July 13, he was reported much improved. His vitality, considering his extreme age, 92, is remarkable. over the Russian massacre petition as well as with respect to the open door in Manchuria, A race war, growing out of the lynching of a negro, has been raging in the town of Bvansville, Ind. It was found necessary to place the town in control of tho militia and Increase the pollco and sheriff forces. On July 6 a clash occurred between tho whites and the militia; seven white men woro .killed and twenty were wounded. Washington city friends o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 July 1903

o V ""' , T- - The. Commoner. JULY 17, 1903. 13 fjrfwi jmr'lnvfi f-- tr-irtrnw ,' AN EXPERT OPINION OF RUSSIA AND MANCHURIA Dr. Morrison, the well-known cor respondent in Peking of the London Times, has been interviewed by the Melbourne, Australia, Argus; and gives a gloomy view of the situation in Manchuria and the far east, as the following extracts show: "This is the year of danger, looked forward to as possibly the most im portant in eastern history, because the strength of Japan is relatively greater by comparison with Russia than it is likely to be in the future. Both the Japanese naval and military programs are complete. She has in her own waters her newest warships six of the Qnest battleships in the world; her infantry have been re armed with the 'thirty-year' rifle; her artillery equipment is modern and complete. It has always been ex pected that Japan would make some effort to prevent the Russian occupa tion of Manchuria; the impediment to popular, if not official, desire...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 July 1903

jpTPVM The Commoner VOLUME 3, NUMBER 2d m, - ?- r 14 Rochester (Ind.) Horald: The pur chasing powor of tho dollar Is about three laps behind In tho race with prices. Zobulon (Ga.) Journal: Just as harmony was about to perch upon the flagstaff and fold its wings for a nap, ox-President Cleveland frightened it ott with an explosive "I didn't say it" Indianapolis (Ind.) Standard: Un do Mark's prayer at the Ohio conven tion, "For God's sake keep on letting well enough alone," met a fervent response from tho Rockefeller corner. Ironton (Mo.) Irontonlan: The re publicans of Ohio have a millionaire candidate for governor and a multi millionaire candidate for senator Tho republican party is fast becoming a millionaire's club. Bonham (Tex.) News: The scan dals concerning the conduct of af fairs by tho present government offi cials grow worse the more they are investigated, and if a full and fair in vestigation is made, and the whole truth is given tho people, wo shall yot learn many things t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 July 1903

"t W r-i ' fjg Jl The Commoner. JULY 17, 1903., 5 vjimn per cent on Tuesday, and only 4 per cent on Ijjriday. By examining the record of railroad disasters from 1893 up to date it was discovered that the nervous person who loars to begin a journey on Fri day can point to some substantiation for the fears. It was in this item eloae that the day kept up its repu tation. Wednesday is tho best day to begin a journey. Saturday, Sunday, and Monday are close rivals to Friday, while Tuesday, Thursday, and "Wad iesday have small records. The greatest danger from fife has been on Monday. Wednesday and Saturday are next, and Thursday Bhows the smallest fire loss. Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday am about on equal footing, Friday having a shado the worst of it A. summary show&.the following! The worst day for murders, Sunday. The worst day for fires, Monday. Tho worst day for ship-wrecks, Thursday. Tho worst day for railroad acci dents, Friday. Tho worst day for floods, Saturday. His conclusions...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 July 1903

EVrifViL 'J,.;. 4,irn.n- , nn iw ijWKumt&m :;5fcl5!5n f The Commoner. 16 t .', VpLUMH 3, NUMBER 2 .: i ....--, : : : - '. 1 Follows the Flag. 7ustico Harlan's diBgenting opinion In the Hawaiian manslaughter case (Hawaii vs. Osaki Mauklchl) contains the following strong arraignment of our present anomolous position, grown out of the Philippine muddle: "Tho opinion of tto court," he con tinued, "would mean that tho United States may acquire territory by ces sion, conquest or treaty and that con gress may exercise sovereignty and dominion over it, outside of and lu violation of the constitution and under regulations that could not be applied to tho organized territories of the United States and their inhabitants. It would mean that, under the influence and guidance of commercialism and the supposed necessities of trade, this country had loft the old ways of the fathers, as defined by written consti tutions, and entered a new way, in fol lowing which tho American people will lose si...

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