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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 July 1903

mimi wwMmwmm9Vw9nmmHTwi wmwmm -'rrr wryyV1" "SP $WHPW!r'l,"'T Commoner. The ,',!:. ,;.'.' WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 3. No. 37. Lincoln, Nebraska, July 24, 1903. Whole No. 131. A College Education. While The Commoner is published merely lor the discussion of political, economic and sociologi cal questions from a democratic standpoint, it la interested in all that is helpful and uplifting, and it has occurred to the publisher that it might be possible for the paper to both stimulate its young men readers to desire a college education, and at the same time enable them to secure it No young man can afford to begin life with less than the Lest equipment that is within his reach. As a wood-chopper can well afford to take the time necessary to sharpen his ax, and the carpenter his tools, so the man who intends to make the most of his life can afford to devoto to education all the time required. With univer sities in every state and private colleges scattered throughout...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 July 1903

rri wirwj i n ' 'W'"W , -y ' ' pg vip wv '' -"Wk3P' "f.uwi'tTtjF'ri r"W" - '-w- iwHiwNjMwi'w.'J f " ' fJtmnm99imim: mi'U v- The Commoner. -.it:r -"linn tot Virginia, has stated that Mr. Bryan In tho fall of 1894 Intended to speak in favor of the pop ulist candidate for governor in Virginia, but wris rpersuaded not to do so by Mr. ' O'Farrall, then 'the democratic candidate for governor. Mr. O'Far xall may have been so informed, but if so his in formant was in error, for Mr. pryan never con templated any such thing. Tho criticism, how over, comes with poor grace from Mr. O'Farrall, for while asserting that he prevented Mr. Bry an's speaking against him when'ho was a can didate for governor, he bolted the national ticket when Mr. Bryan was a candidate for the presi dency. Certainly his fight against a national can didate nominated by tho aiJ of Virginia's votes ' was a mora serious breach than the failure to support a gubernatorial candidate, even if Mr. '' Bryan had opposed Mr. O'Far...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 July 1903

v t- m "-jr,a Frviini-5wtj Tfr -p'f'F-' f The Commoner. JTJLT 24, 190S. J The Keystone of the Republic ADDKKSS DKI.IVEKED UY HOK. IIOWAIII 8. TAYJ.OK OK CHICAGO at niK Fouimi ov .tui,y cklk- BiiATiON It ISM at VAIIIIBW IWmk TIIK AU8ITCK8 OF thm ITAIHVIKW J15FFKIUJON CL.UU. Fellow Citizens: On the second day of Jiily, 1776, tho Continental Congress passed the first Informal declaration of Independence. On the following day John Adams said in a letter to his wife : "The second day of July, 1776, will bo a momorable epoch in the history of America, I am apt to believo that it will be celebrated by succeeding generations, as the groat An niversary Festival. It ought to be commemor ated as tho day of deliverance by solemn acts of devotion, to God Almighty. It ought to bo solemnized with pomp, shows, gauges, sports, guns, bells, bonfires and illuminations from one end of the continont to the other, from this time forward forever." Adams missed his prediction by only two days! . Tho fourth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 July 1903

Ai The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered at the postoffice at Liacola, Kebraske, as secoad 'ttaM nail matter. TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCB One Year $i.o 5lxnaath. 5c la Clubs of 5 or mora, per year 7$c TfereeHaataa ?5C SIrcI Copy S SanpU CopU Fraa. Farelcaeatas sc Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS caa fce seal direct to Taa Camtasaar. They can also fee seat through newspapers which hare adyer tked a clubbing rate, or through local atnls, -where such ageata hare been appoiatcd. All rtinittftacea should be seat by post office noacy order, express order, or by bonlc draft on Hew York or Chicane. Do aot send individual checks, stamps, or oney. RENEWALS. The date on your -wrapper shows -whea yoai. saUctiptionwill expire. Thus, Jan., 'a, means that payment has been received to and including the last issue ef January 1904. Two weeks are requffeo after money is received befora he date en the wrapper can be chanced. CHANGE OF ADDRESS. Subscribers requester a chaagt ef addt ess must give the OLD as well as the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 July 1903

K-j'k 'n - 'V i . 1 1 The Commoner. JDLI 24, lOOlv 5 .1 O POPE LEO XIII IS DEAD !! Wll Bsllevt 4 brMnv l 1m taa OrsaUit Pim In I Ulster "a" Was UalvcrsaHy Retarded Oae ef th Bast Thlakar la the WerltTa HUUry Shm latersst lag Facta as to tlli History, Tef etar with the Dstalfs as te the fletkods Csaploed In Cheeda s 5ncceer. Pope Leo XIII. was taken ill July 4. On the evening of that day a number of cardinals were summoned to the Vatican, For several days the apope lingered between life and death, showing a most remarkable vitality, and the attention of the world has been fixed upon the proceedings at ills bedside. At 4:04 p. m., Monday, July 20, the pope passed cway. nl 1 For a quarter of a century Pope Leo XIII. has been the head of the Roman Catholic church. He jwas regarded by many as ono of the greatest popes and universally ho was understood to be one of tho ablest and most conscientious of public men. The enormous demands made upon him by his church were not sufficient to prev...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 July 1903

- im n f -Tjri i - -,, - -w"" rxr -" w w ysSPSSJBrB iwiti1 t'fyfWgmV' 'WWHWlffii I The Commoner 4 I ' "is ; VOLUME 3, NUMBER Zfc rcuRReisiT Tjy i 'V " K. AN INTERESTING ADVERTISEMENT Ap peared recently in a Pretoria newspaper, and attention is directed to it by the London corre spondent for the New York Herald: "To let n ex-President Krugcr's late residence, a few nicely furnished bed rooms with board," etc A DEADER OF THE COMhOiNER, LIVING AT A Midland Park, N. J., directs attention to an amclo originally printed la the Chicago Chronicle and reproduced in The Commoner of June 1J. This reader says there arc several mistakes in this article. It was said that the Swiss are alone In having no language of their own. T h s Commoner reader begs leave to say that the Bel gians, too, have no language they can call their own; there does not exist a Swiss tongue, neither a Belgian tongue. This reader says that another mistake is to be found in the statement that three fourths of the Swiss spe...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 July 1903

' w'' -- 'T-rwTPHP-'r i- trew mww VSW " -ISiffv-V 'rWWf T--TjP JULY 24, 1901, 6 ?wore varied and important, he has yearned for -the, fteddm whichrftfrquhV- enable him to pursue ny givon course without regard to the dotalU of a. business. Since ,$5, when ho becamoso active in poUtlcs.Tio has carried a double burdon. Hill -political care6r altine was sufficient. to "kilL ny ordinary man, tfut on top of these ho hati it thousand and one details to look after 'in cdniijec tioh,with hla private business." Then this Cor respondent says that Senator Hanna has practical ly disposed of his busihe'ss affairs In such a way as to leave himself 'A care free; tliat ho has dis iposcd of his steamship lines, his iron ore mines, hla coal mines, and his street railways, and that in fact "tho only tangible property possessed at the present time by tho M. A. Hanna company is tho office furnituro.in the building where it has its offices." This correspondent further says tnat "Senator Hanna will play tho...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 July 1903

r! The Commoner, o VOLUME 3, NUMBER a i-nr". ""' rr'-i Tr ft v. cf h yj. - ,ic vcitisoc-kvmi n m y ught - - xsMessHM'.' v- v l-mwbi- i in i rwyivu TLT r v"fc- CS bbk 11 X fil 1 Vlfi if iM7 wf' vJUJ rr t-JrlHrl I 1 tr"- Conducted?? Wen Watts M'lfy IDepanme rrtf Afttr tke Wfddla. , Wo'ro married, thoy Bay, and you think you have won me:... Well, take this whito veil from my brow and look on me. Hero's matter to ,vex you, and matter to grieve you; Here's doubt to distrust you, and faith to believe you. I'm all as you see common earth, common dew Bo wary and mould mo to roses, not rue. Ah, shake oul, the filmy thing, fold after fold, a.nd see if you have me to keep and to hold; iook close on niy heart; see the worst of its sinning "a it not yours today, for the yester day's winning? The past Is not mine I am too proud to borrow You must grow to new heights if I love you tomorrow. We're married. I'm plighted to hold up your praises As the turf at your feet jdoes its hand ful of daisies; ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 July 1903

'"wny',pWiwnwifw"yi 'yB!iW"iiPwawtw'MBwpyfWw IULY 24, 1S03. The Commoner. 9 'W i,iwiiip;ii(ijiii'tM"iiifWiiui)iig.ppjiiiiJii) i m m wm hi yw i we ymw". nu'Wi After using a few fda'ys ra little cream may ba added to it, as the child im proves. Tho offensive Odor of the evacuations should occasion no alarm. Barley water: To two tablespoon fuls of barloy add one quart of water and boil continuously for six hours, keeping tho quantity up to a quart by additions of water; strain through a coarse cloth. Oat meal water:4 One tablespoonful of oat meal to a pint of water; boil one hour, replacing evaporation. Arrow root water: To onejteaspoon iful of arrow root add a little water; rub to a paste. Add one pint of boil ing water; boil five minutes, stirring constantly. Rice water: One heaping table epoonful of rice to a quart of warm water; letstandsQn back of stove fen an hour, then boil slowly to one pint; strain. Beef juice: Take a piece of round steak, perfectly fresh, drop on a hot griddl...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 July 1903

. -w(e r r - t; m--.v ywv " ; VF-, nmnmii vsssifTifv T ;$ The Commoner n IO VOLUME 3, NUMBER 27. i ! flwi " ' '-"BjW"pwr? i t . ,. ..-. .... . . i ii Recompen. Sometimes the days are dreary and tho sky 1s foil of gloom; 'And sometimes the web gets tangled in life's over busy loom, But I .thank the Lord I'm living while the flowers are in bloom, And I hear my babies laughing in ' the morning. Sometimes tho load grows heavy and I bow beneath its weight; 'And sdmotimes the road grows rough er at a most alarming rate, But I thank tho Lord I'm living and I wave my hand at fate, When I hear my babies laughing in tho morning. Sometimes tho nights are weary and the shadows full of care; 'And sometimes I think I'm bearing more of' trouble than my share, But I thank tho Lord I'm living to onjoy a rapture rare That of hearing babies laughing in . the morning. Sometimes I grow downhearted and my plans will all go wrong; 'And sometimes blue thoughts will gather in a swarming, nagging throng, But...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 July 1903

m an rnnmmmm mm'! UltiJijpi i--- -jm MV -' 41 The Commoner. JULY 24, 1903. "A - THE KEYSTONE OF THE REPUBLIC - (Continued from Fago Three) The king of Prussia, successor to the great Frederick, was a mere hog in body as well as in mind, Gustavus of Sweden and Joseph of Austria were really crazy, and George of England, you know, was in a straight waist coat There remained none, then, but old Catherine who had been so lately picked up as not to have lost her com mon sense." These were the divine right rulers whom Jefferson knew; and, if the sage of Monticello were alive today, he could still find a large assorc ment of fools, idiots and luna tics on European thrones, and, crossing back home again he could find in America a newly fledged lot of shoddy aristocrats who claim 0 the earth upon the smallest measure of desert, moral or intellectual, which you Could think possible, even to cli macteric impudence! & The fathers would have none of this artificial aristocracy no shares in a ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 July 1903

jSSgggSJg,ijjVwn T ',wbvV Httt 'Vr'"",",?r"ir l" T . .? ) ; The Commoner. L 'YOLtJME 3, NUMBER SI i 1i I tvfo4U i 7T- iT7 7 pJrr&lf jr. ii.Mmiyriw..!..-.-. n-,.1 mm ... , i iwiin MT mn. 1iJI Premier Balfour haB announced that VVilhytt of Ashland; treasurer, John there will be no discussion of Mr. j A. Black of Barboursville; auditor, Chamberlain's tariff plan during tho George G. Welsh of Danville; attorney present session of parliament The czar has issued a decree abol ishing whipping with cudgels and cat-o-nino tails in the Russian provinces. On July 15 a slump occurred in tho Now York stock. It is said that this was equalled only by the panic of May 9, 1902. Sorious consequences on July 15 being averted by the prompt action of bankers. A "Washington dispatch announces that the Slabey-Arco wireless teleg raphy system has been adopted by tho navy department It is reported that- stations may be established at Capes Elizabeth, Ann, Cod, Montauk Point, Highlands and Newport. An As...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 July 1903

' The Commoner. JULY 24, 1903. i3 granted tho menr a schedule of In creased wages . together with a now system of working rules to govorn the employment and promotion of tho men. These officers Ytcrp chosen at the convention of railroad commissioners: President, John V. Smith, Alabama; first vice president, William H. Mc Collum, Missouri; secretary, Edward A. Moseley of Washington. A tornado visited Streator, 111., July 17, ldlling five persons, injuring a score of others, and causing a prop erty loss estimated at $2,000,000. At focndota, 111., four persons wore frilled and ten others seriously injured by the tornado. Other towns in Il linois were struck doubtless by the same storm. James' Abbott McNeil Whistler, the American artist, died July 17 at Chel eea, England. Another revolution is on in Vene zuela. The revolutionary forces are commanded by General Rolando. The United States postoffico depart ment has issued the following state ment: "There seems to be a wide 'misunderstandi...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 July 1903

V" TXHWWW" The Commoner VOLUME 3, NUMBER 27. f J " Ontario (Ore.) Democrat: Now is the time for democracy to act if they expect to defeat the reorganizes and plutocrats. Indianapolis (Ind.) Standard: Are organizer hasfc no doubt . jabout the "quantitative theory of money" for campaign purposes. Benton (Mo.) Record: What Post master General Payne calls "closed incidents" are not securely padlocked, and are liable to bo pried open at any old time. Iowa City (la.) Democrat: Mark Hanna says ho wishes he had power to touch men's hearts. Still, there is ono kind of "touch" at which Mt has been very successful. WayneBvillo (Mo.) Democrat: Mr. Roosevelt is attempting the impossi ble task of cleaning out the public specter of persons. Myron used to say "Come Boss," but now the boss says "Come Myron." And he comes. Daytona (Fla.) Gazette-News: It's no use to tall: of nominating any man who was even lukewarm in the, Bryan campaigns, for he can't be elected. Owensboro (Ky.), Messenger: The post...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 July 1903

.. iWf " "TH ' m-nvmrm'VfimPi. y r -n, -&rlH -wy immn"n ?' w 9p"&. 'V- s-wjrt- '-'-"'"IWUP1" Ht''iy V """"J' The Commoner. JULY 24, 1'tO !"' 15 !'re v The Keystone of the Republic, (Continued 'from- Page 13.) the increasing power of corporations, said: J & "At the time of, the anti-slavery agi tation I was not sure whether wo should come, out of the struggle with one republic or two; but republics T knew we should still bo. I am so con sent, indeed, that we shall, come out of this storm as a republic unless the labor movement succeeds. . . . Unless there is a nower'in your movement, industrially and politically, the last knoll- of democratic liberty In this Union is struck." Jefferson, Lincoln and Phillips they -uere alarmists, as prophets, apostles; martyrs and reformers evor have been! And were they alive today to see the malign maturity of these monopolistic Institutions whose infancy, even. dls turbed, them, I am persuaded that in weightier and more eloquent words Ih...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 July 1903

tv ww - - "rw-"iwwPe'fl,Wf,'JWiT" W v The Commoner. .win 10 xovvim ijfp;. dWf 3 NUMBER 27. X ,? -tr t . r - - , - ... . mi -, . r-,T It v Paragraphic Punches. , St. Joseph Gazotto: Mr. Cl eland .merely says: "Certainly, if you in sistand I hope you will." Florida Times-Union: In spito of the weather, Perry Heath Is still wear ing that hoavy air of outraged virtue. Seattle Times: Tho spontaneous uprising for G. Cleveland is confined to the ancient and oily order of Mug wumps, ' Minneapolis Times: There is an unpromising look for 1904 in the fact that Mr. Cleveland's fishing articles attract much more attention , than his political utterances. St. Joseph Gazette: Tho democratic party has already given Mr. Cleveland everything to which ho is entitled. Now let him bo content and ask noth ing more at tho hands of his party. Pittsburg Dispatch: Postmaster Gen eral Payno expects important devel opments while ho Is away upon his vacation. It will bo recalled that the present scandal was dev...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 July 1903

W'PPP wfipwvTdpwpM T!T-J"fiiPT"THP''vr - The Commoner. TSr" "X'-iPm 'WpT'm v WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, Vol. 3. No, 28. Lincoln, Nebraska, July 31, 1903. Whole No. 132, On Mammon's Side The Milwaukee Sentinel seems anxious to earn a front place among the champions of organ ized wealth. It recently published an Interviow with Mr. Bryan and then quoting a part of tho interview proceeded to make an ultra-corporation argument on tho questions referred to. Hero is what the Sentinel quoted: "The money question must be an issue so long as the money changers attempt to run tho treas ury department in .their own interests, and tho labor question must also be an issue, involving as it does both arbitration and government by in junction." And this is what tho Sentinel says: "Tho peculiar geuius for politics possessed by Mr. Bryan is admirably illustrated by tho paragraph quoted. He had previously opened the way for these two issues by lining up 'the people' a title which he gives...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 July 1903

ZW'' .On., fktmffJFm K--M2Tfll!' rWWWWWW T questioned tho med of such law, but mairy doubted "Such, thon, were tho conditions of this caso and the circumstances surrounding it when it was called for trial by Judge Thompson. The trial lasted several weeks, and many witnesses were examined and much documentary evidence intro duced. In deciding the caso for tho people Judge Thompson, in a written opinion of considerable longtb, reviewed tho evidence and applied tho law in a manner so clearly and forcibly that tho supreme court on appeal followed without devia tion or halting the new roadway of justice that had been opened and cleared by the powor of his clear reasoning and pure logic. He found from the evidence that the state board did not assess 4ho defendants on their franchiso property. That their refusal to uo so was unreasonable, willful and fraudulent That tho value of such property omitted from assessment was about $235,000,000. That one of tho defendants, a street railway cor p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 July 1903

fmfrmwTFmqp'yiir?mif r vjvaw I The Commoner. FjUIiT 31, 1903. 3 TT A MOMENTOUS PROBLEM Governor LaFoIlettc' s Address on "Rep resentative Government1' WBSW? Governor La Folletto of Wisconsin delivered an address July 18 at Chautauqua, N. Y. His eubject was "Representative Government" That address should be read by cvory Ameri can citizen. It shows that the evils of tho day are recognized by a republican governor who has the courage to speak plainly. It is true that no well informed person denies the .correctness of the charges made by the republican governor of "Wisconsin; and yet it is significant that other re publican leaders keep silent and that those who speak candidly upon these subjects, as the! Wlscon ein governor has done, are not regarded by party leaders as "thoroughly sound republicans-" In his speech at Chautauqua, Governor La Fol letto pointed" out that tho basic principle of this government Is the will of tho peoplo; that its founders devised a system which seemed to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 July 1903

The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered at the postoffee at IhcoU, Kebraaka, an secosd c!m mail matter. TERMSPAYABLE IN ADVANCE One Year Ji.oe Six HaMthx. 5c la Clubs of 5 or more, par year 75C Tbre noalha 5 SlBEte Copy..... 5an.ple Copies Fre. ForeiB Pstae sac Extra. " m. " SUBSCRIPTIONS can be scat direct to The Cemmoncr. Tliey can also be sent throtifih newspaper -which hare adrer UsI a clubbing rate, or through local agent, where such agents fcaTe been appointed. All remittances should be sent by poat effice money order, express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks, stamps, or saoney. , RENEWALS-The date on your wrapper showswhen yoar ratfcripllon will expire. Thus, Jan., '04, means that payment iasbeen received to and including the lat issue of January 1504. Two weeks are required after money is received before fce date tn the wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OF ADDRESS. Subscribers requesting a cbaagc f address must give the OID as well as t...

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