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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 August 1903

- f if- ,.t yjy ""' y" -nt-WJV - -m The Commoner., 'AUGUST 14, 1903. 3 s 'f-rrre vfrmwmmgJt tMBW "'n " sentativo citizens of his native town, Dumferline, Scotland, a trust deed transferring ti them $2,500,000 in 5 per cent bonds of the United States Hteel corporation, also Pittencrlell park, all to be used for the benefit of the working classes of the town. The labor disturbances in the south of Russia still continue, one correspon dent asserting that no less than 250, 000 men are affected and that the strikes continue to gain in force. At tacks upon the strikers have been made under the direction of the gov ernor of Odessa, in one attack over 400 strikers were wounded by the as saults of the soldiers. It was reported from Salonica on August 6 that the Bulgarian insur gents had dynamited the governor's palace in the town of Krushovo, kill ing fifty Turks. Six of the sultan'n battalions were immediately dis patched to the front. It is rumored that August 31 has been fixed for a gener...

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

VV. IW 5tf R' H 1 anf- rr - '-r TTjfJl" &" " T?' ,- ", W tjt JyyyriT"'''J'f f Wi ijW.tW ' IT"" V The Commoner VOLUME 3, NUMBER 30. 14 in ' ' " WbS:- 1SHa A h 1 1 1 i IT 0 C c La ii i YCl-y Marlon (la.) Sentinel: The duty of ?750 on forolgn elephants was placed in the Dlngley law to kcop out compe tition with the :epubliean party. Clinton (111.) Register: The re publicans have Roosevelt nominated for president and now have nothing left to do but go' Cloveland nominated on the othe- republican ticket the gold democrat. - Tiffin (0.) Advertiser:. President Roosevelt is prolific with promises, but barren with performances. Let him do something to the trusts and monopolies and thereby prove to the public that ho is not all false pro tonse. -Hoxio (KaB.) Palladium: Bryan's masterly assault on G. Cloveland has drawna deep and resounding reply in dofonsNqf Grover from every re publican paper.in the land. Cleveland no doubt feels consoled that his friends are so loyal. . - Paragould (Arl...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 August 1903

The Commoner. 'AUGUST 14, 1003. 5 w 1 The Producers' Club. A Herald reporter found Supt W. P. Johnson of the city schools engaged with the boys of the Producers' Club in their garden east of Dr. Wright's hospital the other day, and stopped long enough to look over the garden and interview the superintendent upon the plan or feasibility of the scheme of directing the energy of boys during the summer vacation. When approached, the superinten dent stopped, leaned upon his hoe, wiped the perspiration from his brow, and gazed with admiration upon the little fellows whoso hoes were plying around the corn hills. "It is pretty warm," said the reporter. "I do not 8mow," replied the superintendent "You see when the mind is engaged, when one's attention is fixed upon what he Is doing, when he is inter ested, then one is not affected by the heat You see that little fellow over there whose head is bobbing just above" the corn. He hoed over an hour and I doubt if he knows the sun shines, and care...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 August 1903

, r.-. T- The Commoner. 16 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 30. J - 'If fr 1r v . fr. but preparatory for Uio perfection and efficiency of an army. "Marked changes at different times havo occurrod in the strength and or ganization of. tho army, resulting from dlffuao influences and various oxperl monts havo been tried. Time has rec tified errors in tho past and will do so in tho future. The lieutenant gen eral has faith that under all circum stances tho army will maintain its I high character, and that its future will J be as honorable and glorious is has been Its history in tho past His earnest solicitude and best wishes will ever follow tho fortunes of the army. (Signed) "Nolson A. Miles. "Lioutenant General, Commanding." THE LAST ONE ? Wall Street Turns to Bryan, While little Is taking placo In na tional politics to warm the cockles of Mr. Bryan's heart, ho must bo deriv ing more or less quiet satisfaction trom tho criticisms directed against tho Hon. Josoph G. Cannon, of Illi nois, by tho easto...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 August 1903

'-Twi Wvi-mm" v" The Commoner. fc WILLIAn J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. -w if - Vol. 3. No. 31. Lincoln, Nebraska, August 21, 1903. Whole No. 135. a THE RACE PROBLEM On another page will bo found a letter re cently written by President Roosevelt to Governor Durbiri on the subject of lynching. Forgetting for the present the failure of the president to enforce the law against tne trust magnates and Govornor Durbin's refusal ..o deliver to Kentucky authori ties a republican ex-governor charged with mur der, let us consider the subject of mob law as it is related to the race question. The president is right in protesting against mob law it cannot be defended. It is a reflection on the people if legal means of punishment are adequate and effective, and it is a reflection 01 the government if the people have reason to distrust its ability to en forc6 the law. All will agree with the president that punishment should not only be sure, but should be as swift as a due regard to the rights ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 August 1903

mtmmmnmm u"-. 2 of his raco to provoke hostility between -himself and the whites. " v . The race question is here and It will require tho intelligence and the patriotism of the peoplo north and south to sottlo it aright. It has too long been used for political advantage. JJJ Judge Lochren's Decision. The decision rendered by Judge Lochren In tho United States circuit court at St Paul with respect to tho complaint that the Northern Securi ios company had violated tho Minnesota state law, does not diroetly affect tho caso already decided by tho United States court of appeals, which caso is now ponding, on appeal, in tho United States supreme court. The case considered by the federal courtof ap peals involved a violation of tho federal anti trust law. Tho caso in which Judge Lochren rendered a decision involved a violation of tho Minnesota anti-trust law. But, in principle, Judge Lochren's decision is essentially at variance with tho decison rendered by tho court of appeals. For this r...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 August 1903

-"W if"" ," IWf",y "5 i ' In i " 'Hi i ' i .,',,' The Commoner. 'AUGUST 21, 1903. mmjn,T-r-jK9ir - empties his purse into his head no man can take it away from him. An investment In -knowledgo always pays the best interest" Ruskin-said that "education, briefly, is leading tho human mind and soul to what Is right and best and to mako what is best out o them, and these two objects are always obtainable together and by th) samo means. The training which man.es men happiest in themselves also makes them most serviceable to others." Channing said: "Ho is to bo edu cated, not because he is to mako shoes, nails or pins, but because he is a man." Every young man and woman should seize tho opportunity to obtain a college training. The of fer now being made by Tho Commoner, places a college education within the reach of every young reader of this paper. The attention of every reader is directed to this offer, tho details of which are stated in another column of this issue. If any Commoner rea...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 August 1903

T c'T ' fir-mtvft "-,(3irB r'i(i'!Kiuwyi-wr':; KK lli?- . - 3 ,. f T- A Trr 4 The. Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered at the postofllce at Lincoln, Nobroska, as second class mall matter. One Year $1.00 , Six Months sOc la Clab et 5 or Biore, per yew 78C Three Months affe 5lHlaCopy 5c Sample Copies Pree. Forclga Postage 53c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can bo scilt direct to The Commoner. They can also be eent through newspapers which Jiavo adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, wrieroBUcb agents have been appointed. All remittances should be sent by post , offlco money order, express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual checks, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The dato on your wrapper shows when your subscription will explro. Thus, Jan., '01, means that payment liwj been received to and including the last Issue of January 1904. vTwo weeks aro required after money Is received beforo tho dato on wrapper can bo changed. . CHANOO OP ADDRESS. Subscribers...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 August 1903

5 AUGUST 21, 1303. PAYING HOMAGE TO LINCOLN'S MEMORY Sow. Intfttlnr QMttatfoa from UtutAn't Apccches 5hewlnjr the Metl4 Employ fey tin Republican of Today In "Pyfg Trltwt" ! th Mna Wboin Tliey Claim a Tlwlr Vttfm 5alnt. si The Commoner. The Commoner has already quoted from a speech delivered by Mr. Roosevelt at Springfield, 111., in which the president emphasized the im portance of paying homage to the memory of Lin coln by deeds as -well as by words, and several quotations from Mr. Lincoln's speeches and writ ings have been presented. There are, however, other pertinent quotations and it may be well to present them. In his Springfield speech. Mr. Roose velt said: "It is a good thing for us, by speech, to pay homage to the memory-of Abraham Lin coln, but it is an infinitely better thing for us in our lives to pay homage to his memory in the only "way in which that homage can be effectively paid, by seeing to it that this republic's life, so cial and political, civic and industrial, ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 August 1903

T$ f -w tj" - " V "F" f ' ., -wi f ?-- 'n.r vw vjv'r'",H 6 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 3S T "4 ' V ' wr" "' jgmMf b& mf w "V Mi Bs w rf Jf fJf ySvf f r t t i GENERAL MILES FORMALLY RETIRED from tho head of tho army August 8. Ho im mediately left for San Francisco to take part in tho national encampment of the G. A. R. and en route was given cordial receptions by the people. Newspaper dispatches report that General Miles was a candidate for commander in chief of tho Grand Army and some republican papers insist that ho is also cultivating a presidential boom. General Miles took occasion to dony that ho was a candidate for commander in chief of tho Grand Army and announced that he would second the nomination of General John C. Black. It is also denied that General Miles has any serious thought of becoming tho candidate for tho presidency al though his name is frequently mentioned in con nection with that high honor. CONSIDERABLE CRITIC3M HAS BEEN Di rected at President Roosevelt...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 August 1903

fWpWiffpyfrfEjjW'w mm wmX i-'". 7 AUGUST, 21, 1903. .090,330, an increase of $1,764,825. Thus, for the jrear ending in 1903, there was a net profit of $20, 934,360, an increase of $930,ul5. During the same period the telegraph revenue amounted to $18, 619.330, an increase of $769,100. During the same period the telegraph department expended $21. 96,855. This represents a net deficit of $2,967,525. The London correspondent for the Chicago Inter JOcean says that "if allowance is made for the JlntoreBt on the capital of $54,338220 credited for the purchase of telegraphs the deficit would bo $4,461,825." ATTENTION HAS RECENTLY BEEN Di rected to the British steamer Oxus which -carried Admiral Dewey's first dispatches out of Manila to Hongkong. Lately this steamer has been engaged in the banana trade between Balti more and Jamaica. The vessel will soon bo re turned to England for a general overhauling. The Baltimore correspondent for the Chicago Inter Ocean says: "This famous ship was the...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 August 1903

TH -"" - 8 The Commoner. VOLTJME 3, fTOMBER m. iKiKfn eo a Firn&nt IF Candor. "I know what your6 going to say," sho eaid, And she stood up, looking uncom monly tall; "You're going to speak of the hectic Fall, And say you're sorry the summer's dead; And no other summer was like it, you know, And can I imagine what made it so? Now, aren't you, honestly?" "Yes," I said. 1 know what else you will say," she said; lcYou'ro going to ask me if" I for get That day in Juno when the woods were wet, And you carried me" here she dropped her head "Over the creek; you are going to say Do you remember that horrid day' Now, aren't you,' honestly?" "Yes," I , said. "I know what you're going to say," she said; . "You are going to say that since . that time You have rather tended to run to rhyme; And" her clear c-es fell and her cheeks grew rod . "And 'have I noticed your tone was queer?' And 'every .one else has seen it here.' Now, aren't you, honestly 7" "Yes," I said. "I know what you're going t...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 August 1903

i -t, The Commoner, AUGUST 21, 1903. 9 can bo given, and In this, the cook must exercise judgment Buttermilk Biscuit. One quart of flour, unsifted, one teaspoonful of so da, teaspoonful of salt, heaping table epoonful of lard, two iupfuls of nice tuttermllk, or other sour milk; sift the flour, soda and salt together; mix, make out into biscuits with the hands and bake in a moderate oven. Another. Three teacupfuls of flour, unsifted, heaping tablespoonful of lard or butter, half-teaspoonful of soda, teaspoonful of salt, one cup sour milk; sift flour, salt find soda together; rub ehortening lightly in the flour,- add milk, and stir with a spoon until stiff enough to handle; knead as little as rossible; roll out three-fourths inch thick, cut into biscuits and bake in moderate oven. Cream Biscuit One quart of flour, pint of clabered cream, teaspoonful of soda, teaspoonful of salt Sift flour, salt and soda together, mix with the cream, work into smooth dough, roll out to half-inch thick,...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 August 1903

" ,.-- . The Commoner. IO VOLUME 3, NUMBER 81, '- 'V " ." L . fSKSS A Picture. Twas In a little packet that long years had been forgot, A bunch of old-time letters laid with a bit of ribbon in a neat true lovers' knot I found it while my children were at play. A relic old and faded, but more prec ious, far, than gold, Or Indian monarch's boasted wealth of pearl, And my tears fell fast upon it 'twas a portrait worn and old A picture of my mother when a girl. 'Twas such a dainty maiden who looked out with smiling face, A maiden in a queer, old-fashioned gown. Her hands so primly folded with a quaint and stately grace, Her laughing eyes demurely glanc ing down. 'Twas such a stately maiden of an age long dead and gone, Whose face peeped out from frame of hair acurl; And as I sat there dreaming fast my teardrops fell upon The picture of my mother when a girl. 'Twos but the briefest moment e'er I was a boy again, And youthful days came trooping back to me. I saw the old home standing just...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 August 1903

rx?T:;WW?'yw'Tr? """? tjpw" - The Commoner. I1UGUST 21, 1903. if rw V9XWJ. Wj9P57","'W ' pany, with a capitalization of $1-1,000,-000 of 8 per cent preferred stock, and 54,600,000 of common stock, on -which 12 per cent ia now paid. The Continental Tobacco company is second. It was organized December 10, 1898, with ?o0,000,000 of common Block, on which 10 per cent is paid, and $50,000,000 of preferred Btock, on which 7 per cent is distributed. This company issued also $2,000,000 of de bentures for the purchase of the P. Lorillard Tobacco comnany. in ex-' change for the Lorillard preferred eliares. It also bought the $3,000,000 of common stock of the Lorillard com pany. The common stock of these two .par ent companies are controlled by a holding corporation known as the Con solidated Tobacco company, which ha3 an authorized issue of $40,000,000 of common stock, on which a dividPnd of 20 per cent has been paid. To buy the common stock of the two controlled companies it issued $166,593,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 August 1903

wpi'mrfuiiiwtr!.,;,.' 0 w-4 .?,( J u - rrf-r WwwjtJf -W9ffc!l .t',' "wHarmtr " P "TfrV The Commoner. 12 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 31, RfW "'yi&0 ' m$twrmfriTr" -y- v ' ' rf a .j,. SF LitfeL w. nri 3? - . . -. . - V. - i ?! ruf During the examination and trial of a negro 'known as Cantrell in Indian apolis, Ind., it became known, that he is the head of one of the most au dacious organizations of murderers ever known in that city. It seems that the3e people have made a reg ular business of robbing graves in various cemeteries, and in addition to such crimes it has become known that nearly r score of known murders have been committed by this gang and the bodies of the victim's disposed of to the medical colleges. Four persons were killed and at least twelve were Injured by tho collapse of '& board walk in Philadelphia, Pa., during the progress of a ball game when the walk was crowded with spectators. A lire in the NaL building, Omaha, Neb., on August 8 caused a property less of over $10...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 August 1903

;, h.iiwi-iw w mi rwmwmmmBmm 4'iyri!M wnxar-XTrv-rw T""TA' wmemm j AUGUST 21, 1903. The Commoner. 13 tain tho facts regarding the anti-Jewish riots there. In his report of tho massacre, it is reported that 41 Jews were killed and 303 wounded, while among the Christians one was killed and 68 wounded. Tho authorities at Kishlneff wero blamed for not pre venting the massacre. A committee was recently appointed to make a trip through Illinois, Ind iana and Ohio for the purpose of in specting and learning the latest and test methods of caring for the insane. This trip was made with the object of determining the best plan for the con struction of the state insane asylum again at Norfolk, Neb., which asylum burned some time ago. This commit tee has reported in favor of the cot tage plan instead of one large build ing and it is believed that the state board of public lands and buildings will consider this plan 'favorably.' The International Typographical nnion which has recently held its co...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 August 1903

'P1C -. rwmv)t ' trT-jT" 1pgiWyyyUrfgS3r'-wiwCT' mvm'y$T?W,rfZPy' K? . - ' The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 31. ' -vviw murntfwtittijm ww u tr t ' m. i Hastings (Mich.) Journal: A tariff that protects monopoly and trusts is a crime against free government Crawfordsvillo (Ind.) News-Review: Until there is a change of administra tion the people never will know how much was stolen hy the postal gang. Frankfort (Ind.) Standard: Senator v Fairbanics says Now York republicans are very fond of Grover. Evidently this not not a case of unrequited af fection. Mason (Mich.) Democrat: Ex-Governor Taylor formerly of Kentucky, cut now of Indiana, would make a good running mate for President Roodevelt He has had experience. . Gainesville (Fla.) Sun: It Is sug gested that.t'he J. Plerpont method of financing has passed in this country. That is a mistake. Mr. Morgan's meth od will prevail as long as the tariff does. Cumberland (Md.) Alleganian: Boosevelt is amusing himself chopping flown trees. The co...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 August 1903

WTTf MwmmiimMwm1 wmw mjniwfii i The Commoner. AUGUST 21, 1S03. 5 Roosevelt on Lynching Under date of Oyster Bay, N. Y., 'August 9, President Roosevelt sent a letter to Governor Durbin of Ind inna, which letter follows:. "Permit me to thank you as an 'American citizen for the admirable way in which you have vindicated the' majesty or the law by your recent ac tion in reference to lynching. I feel, my dear sir, that you have made all men your debtor, who believe, as all far-seeing men must, that the welL teing, indeed the very existence of the republic, depends upon that spirit of orderly liberty under the law which is as Incompatible with mob violence as with any form of despotism. Of course mob violence is simply one form of anarchy and anatchy is now, as it always has been, the handmaiden and foremnnor of tyranny. "I feel that you have not only re flected honor upon the state, which, for its good fortune has you as its chief executive, but upon the whole nation. It is incumbent upo...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 August 1903

w -r -ri ,ji''",-i'i'?4t'ii flr" "jr a' ,- . The Commoner 16 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 31, Does Imperialism Pay? In his spcoch delivered at Tam many's Fourth of July colobratlon, the Hon. Charles A. Towno in presenting his views on our colonial policy thus said in part: "At the same instant of time Span ish tyranny was intolerable in two hemispheres. Against it Cubans were in armed revolt at our very doors. Against it Filipinos were in armed rovolt half way round tho world. Each sought national independence, and we know it. Fellow citizens, when the inquisition of aftor ages shall arraign us at tho .bar of history, how shall wo answer tho quostion: 4Wh was a war for the .freedom of one people changed into a w,ar for the subjuga tion of another people?' You accepted tho services of the Filipinos in con quering the Spanish; you gavo them arms and ammunition; you put them in your trenches; you lot them fight for you, bleed for you, dio for you; you know thoy thought your object to be tho indepe...

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