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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 July 1903

I "fif'v trm tfirW"3F "7' Tbe JULY 81 19024, ims '! 5 M Mm na M nw M Ml fr THE COMMON PEOPLE o Snsech deltvsrsd by Lsuto F. Ft Fourth f July slssratlsfi t Fair view under thsauspfssssfffc Fnlr vlswJsfferssnCius. i v. i Rev. Harry Huntington, pastor oC tke Method ist Episcopal chwrc at Normal, wtefl tho divine blessing upon the assembly at tin aslsbration of the Fourth of July at Fairrisw. The Invocation follows: "Let na bow our heads In prayer. Our Father, who art In Heavso, hallowed be thy name, thy kingdom corns, thy will be done on earth as It 1b In Heaven. We thank Thee, our Father, that we are permitted ts observe Independence Day. Wo thank Thee for all that day means to us. We thank Thee for ossr sturdy forefathers who assem bled more than a ceatury and a Quarter 'ago to day to declare in the name of God that we are, and of right ought to be, free and independent people. And wo pray today, In the name of Christ, that we may continue to be a free and independent people. Our Fat...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 July 1903

rSSr-rw-fB(Wiwp'-R 6 The Commoner VOLUME 3, 'NUMBER 24 f" T"7?F'T3TP" iRCCURKeNT TOPICS 11 IT IS BECOMING MORE AND MORE APPAR ent that a rigid congressional inquiry into tue affairs of the postofllce department as well as into those of all other departments of the fed eral service willj)e necessary. On July 22 Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Bristow announced " that Charles Hedges had been removed from the office of superintendent of tho free delivery post oflice department. The charge against Mr. Hedges Is that ho falsified his diary and loaned his trav eling commission. It is alleged that Hedges re ported himself as being at various places when in fact he was not at those places on the dates mentioned, in some instances being hundreds of miles away. Mr. Hedges has issued a statement la his own defense asserting that while Mr. Machen was ill he (Hedges) was called to Wash ington to take charge of the entire service, that while he so acted he received $2,000 salary as as sistant...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 July 1903

" wmn wwwwnfif&r" :'!-w ijkSj' y " ww The Commoner. JULY 31, 1903;; HWWWW tional quantities in the village of Brussa, in Asiatic Turkey, where 2,000 'small mines aro be . ing worked now. The story continues in this way: "Most of the miners aro Persians and Kurds. They dig a hole into the earth till they strike a toed of red clay in which the meerschaum lies in kidney-shaped pieces, usually about as big aa a walnut and rarely larger than an apple. After a piece is dug out of the clay it is cleaned with a knife, and is then ready for sale. Every Friday tho dealers gather, and the meerschaum is sold in open market There are four qualities tiramali, birembirlfk, pambukli and dakmo. The buyers come from Eskieschehr, and about a d,qzen of them control tho market. They wrap the meerschaum carefully in cotton and sell it for high prices. Only about 3,000 pounds of Eskisqhekr meers chaum are obtained in a year." AN INTERESTING AND IT MLY BE IM portant iind wasnnado recently by two ne gro...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 July 1903

PWpWpW,T 8 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, KUMBEU 2J, wjtf "wt'Vp w'W r- 7 mtmmfpfi l" i sot kwawwfe 7 1 ) D 3 rimGlTl V The 5ongr of the Shirt. With Angers weary and worn, With eyelids heavy and red, A woman sat in unwomanly rags Plying her needle and thread. Stitch! stitch! stitch! In poverty, hunger and dirt; And still with a voice of dolorous pitch She sang the Song of the Shirt: Work! work! work! While the cock is crowing aloof; And work work work, Till the stars shine through the roof. It's 0, to be a slave Along with the barbarous Turk, Whore woman has never a soul to savo, If this is Christian work. Work work -work, Till tho brain b'egins to swim; Work work work, Till tho eyes are heavy and dim. Seam, and gusset, and band, Band, and gusset, and seam, Till over the buttons I fall asleep, And sew them on in a dream. 0, men, -with sisters dear! 0, men, with mothers and wives! It is not linen you're wearing out, But human creatures' lives. Stitch stitch stitch, In poverty, hunger and di...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 July 1903

""TrtfFTWWP"" 'TPTW f"lHili"WHiiWiHW'W'WWWim The Commoner. J.TJLT tl. ISO. 9 5"5E5B55pBpS5 . pale straw color; add two table-, cpoonfuls of flour and stir briskly un til smooth; add ono pint of hot milK, milk and water, -or water, pouring elowly and beating hard; add one-hail teaspoonful of salt, one-half saltspoon ul of white pepper and a speck ot cayenne; Just before serving, add a tablespoonful of butter to it To make 9 brown sauce for soups, stews, grav ies, lot the butter and flour brown. To cook spring carrots, wash, scrape and parboil for ten minutes, then drain off water and return to the fire. Add one heaping tablespoonful of su gar, one cupful of stock, tablespoonful of butter, and boil until tender, which will take about half an hour; then remove tho cover and boil fast until the stock is reduced to glaze. Sprin kle a little chopped parsley and serve with the glaze on them. If any are left, reheat in a white sauce. For young beets, cut the tops off, leaving a bit of the ....

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 July 1903

. i--t-v-ATlljr-,,',"wf?'" -yww'TwiMi w wm&i iiipywiepyffi The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 28, &r -! i m. r i 1 f rzm li ii s - - v gf 0mmonor(at Stickers. I There's a proverb old as the ages, We often hear expressed. ' "The crystalized wisdom of sages, : Too seldom self-confessed. Go study the world and what's in it "And quickly 'twill dawn on you That a sucker is born ev'ry minute, And in some minutes, two. No matter how thin the game is, ' It harvests golden store; And often the thinner the same is It gathers up still more. - Just frame up a scheme, begin it, -Cast out your hook from shore For a sucker is born ev'ry minute, And sometimes three or four. r-"A schemer in politics mixes And revels In big grafts; Ho jollies ,us up and tricks usk And robbing us softly laughs. He knows just how he can win it If properly he will strive For a sucker is born ev'ry minute, And sometimes four or five. A looter is sure of his share If h Ho follows the soft-soap plan, And harvests a gai...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 July 1903

lywiyw") ')nmi"giw".iwwnMi' " " nw - ' 'w - jyTO!r'w?n "ipr' "" wKTTy r'UHti WJflHl'lL" " JULY 21, 1103. The Commoner, li ;iJi'UMi iviiiivwa A TERRIBLE SHOWING A Hint as to the Manner In Which Our Wonderful Prosperity Is "Enjoyed by All Classes." A reader of The Commoner sends a clipping from iho St Louis Post-Dispatch, explaining that the situation described shows how our wonderful prosperity is "enjoyed by all classes." Under date of Philadelphia, Juno 20, the correspondent for the St Louis Post-Dispatch says: Pennsylvania took the first step to ward thetotal abolition of child labor, when the state factory inspectors were instructed to demand abirth or baptismal certificate with every min or's application for wont Thousands of cnildren now at work in stores, shops and mills will bo out of- woric. All are under 13 years, and each one represents a specific case of perjury. The great textile strike now on in this city disclosed conditions that hor rified every state official. War wa...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 July 1903

"- -iy""?-" r r.nvTif m w wyr wm! w"yiftyny am pyif mwgM "Vyuv" r The Commoner. TT!"?.rcf-. ;... ! Jrf 'jw vr..4 or k 12 f&i' VOLUME 3, NUMBKR 2 "V west into one large concern tinder a new name. It hi reported that the new concern will control about 1,800 miles of road and will include some of tho important lines west of the Mis sissippi river. SWI ings of the company will be set asMa. and distributed among its employes I proportion to their salaries Satins from July 1. The plan affects several hundred employes, f -pfi fiap .ijHj,'wyn,.firifjj!rr rr-"4' jqmiwv- -" rjTZsrzi : 77 4 ?J? i The fourth session of the trans-Mis-cisslppi eougreas is to Jfc held at Seat tle, Wash-, on August 18 and will ex tend to tho 21st, inclusive, accord ing to the official call recently issued. The Associated press says that among fho topics to be discussed are irriga tion, railroad rates, improvements of harbors and waterways, mines and mining, good roads, commercial rela tions with Central and Sou...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 July 1903

"Ty - "!!" " """ " I y Tt" - wr - t .- " rr w -r- i-wiriffiww S 1 The Commoner. JULY 31, 1S03. 13 ?r that fled from Kishineft at tho time of tlio disturbances must return. During work at tho new smelting works at Anaconda, Mont, on July 23 jthe structural steel inside one of the fiues gavo way and tho walls bulged, burying tho entire gang in the debris. Three men were killed and several u jured. Tho conferences of the American and Mexican monetary commissions with tho German representatives was concluded at Berlin on July 23, and the American and Mexican represen tatives will proceed to St Petersburg. Most of the conference was taken up in discussing tho question of gold and silver money, and it appears that a unanimous report was, reached at Ber lin on a series of resolutions regard ing a uniform monetary system for China on a gold basis with a silver circulation. P. W. Holls, secretary of tho Ameri can delegation to Tho Hague peace conference, and moro recently mem ber of the inte...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 July 1903

- r ' "itp - t ' .- - -nwapt--f. -.-aifyryTHf )'f V" .3,M,Wkyai 'W 'lf)Wp, 'lW'I'RtllPWfPJBWWff! I-9MM1 , The Commoner.- M VOLUME 3, NUMBER 2a. -errfr- v -r- .Twv L Mr mflll llsForiir Rockvillo (Ind.) Tribuno: That big democratic picnic at Chicago ought to ratisfy even the plutocratic press where the "rank and file" stand. JerseyvIUe (111.) News: All demo crats should - understand that the re organizer plea, is nominally for har mony and in reality for the republican party. Hastings (Mich.) Journal: The re publican press is again' nominating democratic candidates for the presi dency. They are getting a lot of fun out of it, too. Rochester (Ind.) Sentinel: Demo crats who do not want to win and re publicans who do not want the demo crats to win are talking in favor of Grover Cleveland. Langdon (N. D.) Courier-Democrat: Senator Hanna says he would join the Salvation Army and go to preaching if he had time. The senator is a good deal like "the rich young man" of the Bible. Ho hates to l...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 July 1903

ry WT 3T T'nr? fWTTwtWiJ s .) The Commoner: JTJI.Y 31. 103. 15 vpJtimf -ggy-nn fWyav j fag - ilon of your progress, but of your aim. It is a question of whether you aro going towards the right or towards the wrong. There is a story which a witty man In New York once told that ill that idea. His story takes us back to thd time when Darwinism was being gHeconaed a great deal, becauso it was sqppoeed tkat Darwinism meant that fpji comes from the monkey. A ?-f ICagllsk student who believed this want to a German university. There he found a professor who be lieved it, too. But the professor hod fnrthtr theory. He believed that man's evolution from the monkey had been caused by the revolutions of the arth upon its axis. He thought ho could prove this if he could only dis cover how to reduce a man to a very email size and then bring him "back again. "For." said he, "if ono could reduco a man to a mere microscopic speck, and place him on a miniature arth of the right proportions, and. re vo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 July 1903

- 4-fV Sq, 4 y The Commoner 16 VOLUME Z, NUMBER 28. Missouri's Outlaw Court. For the first time In twenty years an open session ot the local court has been held In- Sl Clair county, Missouri, The whole county is in contempt of the federal court, and for a score of years the county judges have been dodging deputy marshals and holding "moonshine" Eessions in the I rush with pickets out to give warning of danger. The county was buncoed b iake railroad promoters years ago and issued 11,000,000 in bonds to aid the scheme. No, railroad was built, and the county repudiated the bonds. A federal judge ordered the county judges to levy a tax to pay the bonds, the county judges have refused to obey the order and the people back up the Judges in their contempt of court Citizens of Missouri yearning for a life of adventure and excitement for merly went to the southwest and joined the Texas Rangers, became cowboys in Colorado, dealt faro In Beadwood, prospered in Alaska, "rus tied" horses in Mont...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 August 1903

rvptyifiMfpni vw nvp!. The Commoner. WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 3. No. 39. Lincoln, Nebraska, August 7, 1903. Whole No. 133. THE POPULIST flANIFESTO Below will bo found the manifesto issued by tho national committee of the united people's party at its recent session in Denver: "The manifest unrest which everywhere appears in the nation demonstrates the dis satisfaction of tho American people with tho present management of government and ar gues the necessity of tho reform forces coming together in united action at tho ballot box to obtain proper legislation, whereby tho right of tho people in self-government may be had for themselves and their posterity. Therefore, we, the populists of the United States, having this day, at the city of Denver, united forces, with tho distinct understanding that all past differences as to policy shall be and now aro permanently settled, and experience having demonstrated tho futility of any attempt to secure the enactment of our pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 August 1903

"!gBr MwllJWBIPWIlN y rtnyfrv wrift i ' r w yfr' ' rn y yi T 1 nwj - Jilli'JT' ,V K IfB 2 Gov. L F. C. Garvin Whilo active in politics for a number of years and well known in his own state, Dr. Lucius Fa yette Clark Garvin did not become a national character until 1902 when ho won a closely con tested election and was elected governor of Rhode Island by the democrats of that state. Since as Buming the duties of governor his acts have been closely watched and he has demonstrated not only his ability, but his loyalty to democratic prin ciples. Prior to his election as governor Dr. Garvin practiced his profession with gratifying success, but his interest in good government im pelled him to take an active part In public af fairs, and he was always found on the side of those who were battling for political reforms. His election was a tribute to his earnestness and ability in prosecuting this work of reform, and attracted to him the attention of the entire coun try. Since then he has ofte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 August 1903

WWuwiNpSSnq ' (& -j"r in m 'wyadpi '. r The Commoner. J 'AUGUST 7, 1903. officials, presumably its board of directors, have directed that these passes be sent to members ot congress. As it must bo assumed that these offi cials are acting for what they regard as the In terests of the stockholders, and as, so far as I am aware, no report of the company has oves disclosed the appioximato cost to the company in furnishing free transportation to members of con gress, both the stockholders and the public gen erally who in the last analysis pay for these free rides in higher rates are cnt'tlod to know that such a practice is being systematically prosecuted, and that so great a temptation is being put before the people's representatives. "It is frequently asserted that railroad and other "special privilege" corporations, are forced to comply with demands from legislators for these and other pecuniary favors, and were it not for such blackmail (as tho companies term it) the companies wou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 August 1903

VJ- -C 4 The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered at the poJtoffice at Lincoln, Nebraska, aa second class mall matter. Os Year ,...$1.00 Six Mentha 50c la Ctaba at 5 or nor, per yr 75c Thre Mootbj a5e tagIeCopy 5c Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 52c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Commoturr. They can also be sent through newspapers which have adrer tiaed a dabbing rate, or through local agents, whercsnch agents 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 cheeks, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your rubscriptlon will expire. Thus, Jan., 'M, means that payment has been received to and including the last isiue of January 15W. Two weeks are required after money Is received before the date on wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OF ADDRESS. Subscribers requesting a change of address must give the OLD as well as the NEW address ADVERTI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 August 1903

ipifWMPmii1 tmww? Jr .- The Commoner. SLUGUST 7, 1903. JIMifiliiiJWWPP la its Fourth of July editorial, tho Chicago Record-Herald said: "The Fourth of July is our great national nouuuy. il full of meaning to tho adults as "well as to tho youth of tho land." Should it not also be "full of meanlne" to all people verywhore, who, like our own fathers, Btrugglo for liberty? And is it "full of meaning" to the people of the Philippine islands, who have had the temerity to aspire to a government deriving 1U powers from tho consent of tho governed? Full of Meaning. Flag Waving Feot. Speaking before tho Iowa republican convon JUon, Congressman Cousins said: "It Is tho wall oi American proiecuun uyuu which tho feet of industry and labor leaped out of the panic and disaster of 1896, waving the flac of employment, pros perity and independence in the face of the world." Henry Watterson, who is sometmng of a figure maker himself, deals the Iowa orator a crushing hlow when he says: "Protectionists ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 August 1903

i -vr wt! rriY.P''-"1!,aPWr'lpir'lRMIW 6 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 29. TWimi nWTiiiwMfcMSlw B TOPICS J ; rsy - " ' ...... KCCURB6NT 1 1WW"UA- "". v - ,..".C1. VXXA V TT- : - II il' f -T 11W Bi i !" i"T jT--'t , ify t r. 1 WILLIAM T. STEAD'S OPINIONS ON Eu ropean politics arc always expressed In an Interesting way. Mr. Stead Is a thorough stu dent and while it is claimed that he is a man of Btrong prejudices he very often hits the nail on the head. In a London cablegram to the New York World Mr. Stead declares that Mr. Cham berlain'a political career is reaching an end. Con cerning this interesting English statesman, Mr. Stead says: ".tie falls as he rose by his own hand. He has been Belf-unmade, as he was self made. After deserting the liberal party over home rule he has now shattered the unionist party by his plunge for protection." If IS NOT DIFFICULT TO SEE THAT MR. Stead has no particular love for Mr. Cham berlain, for he refers to aim as "tne man who has exercised a balefu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 August 1903

rrr ' ---'- The Commoner. IS.UGUST 7, 1903. IIRpiMWWIiniMiil Jin pate. BongTatla says it Is believed that Peter tiimself used this ring. The first mention of the ring occurs in a letter of Clement IV., written In 1205. Martin V., who was elected in 1417, left three briefs, all sealed by the ring of tho flsher znan. Eugene- lv., his succesor, also left letters sealed with the ring. In 1448 Gaetano Cenni wrote a treatise on tho ring and published it in Rome. Che custom of destroying tho seal of tho popo immediately after his death is of considerable antiquity. Each pope has had his own ring and eeal. It was of plain gold, weighing one and onc tialf ounces, and had an oval -plate, with a very shallow representation of tho subject" NEWSPAPER READERS IN AMERICA HAVE already been told of the peculiar fad of Charles Rothschild, a member of the famous fam ily of bankers. Rothscmld is devoting his life to the collection of fleas and now he seems to bo zealously engaged in tho search for one ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 August 1903

(, - jprw w " 8 The Commoner. -A Cnnrfimforfftfr S I ,. --..- . w- -- a Ween &&&&& J A epartment la Ibe Mleaca I often think, when loving lips To music's soul is giving voice, And tender melodies out-flow, How those that hear them must rejoice. Twould wake my gratitude, I know, As of the blind, restored to sight; And yet, they seem the draught to drink As though each note was their's by right I catch a ripple, now and then; It thrills my soul, then melts away; The silence might rebellion wake If designation did not say: Keep this dear comfort in thy mind Though deaf, thou art not halt nor blind." For others I can freely feel, And gladly strive to save them pain; To further, if I may, their weal, I all my selfishness restrain. From social throngs I often shrink Though such would pleasure bring to me Because it Is a pain to feel That I, unwittingly, might be A weary trial, or a tax On patience, strength or courtesy; Or, hearing not, may seem to be Lacking in sense ...

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