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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 August 1903

w J'V,"Wr!' ? -v - The Commoner. WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 3. " No. 32. Lincoln, Nebraska, August 28, 1963, Whole No. 136. What About Taylor? . In his letter to the governor of Indiana, Presi dent Roosevelt very properly entered a strong protest against lynching. There are, however, in that letter some statements that, might he inter preted into a rebuke for the course pursued by the Indiana governor with respect to Mr. Taylor, for- mer governor of Kentucky. Mr. Roosevelt probably did not intend that anything in that letter should bo construed int connection with the Taylor case and Governor Durbin probably did not read the letter in the light of his attitude toward the notorious fugi tive. At the same time, however, some of the things Mr. Roosevelt said should be carefully con sidered by tho Indiana governor and should prompt him to surrender the fugitive Taylor to tho Kentucky authorities. Mr. Roosevelt said: "The slightest lack of vigor in denouncing the crime...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 August 1903

ffi$Sgg h t.ujvaepgg IK in I 2 only as it ministered to humai,life. He"bated shams of every sbrt, because ho saw that they soparated men; he despised conventionalities, for ho know they were as fetters or. the souls of his brothers. In his boyhood he experienced the bit terness of struggle. The battle of life sharpened his intellect, but did not dull his sensibilities. By Bhecr force of ability, honestly applied, he won a largo measure of success, even as success is esti mated In our commercial age. And this brings me to the definite thing I would say. Mr. Ben nett did not forget his past; his heart, to the very lost, was with the people. The burning sin among our strong and successful men lies in the fact that they forget their past Sprung from the peo ple they forget the people. In many instances those who are most bitter agains the great masses of laboring men are the Very ones who have risen from the ranks of labor. As I study men I find that worldly success has a way of changin...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 August 1903

?!ffW ' rmr '(W, ify w ' wgp i-Ti w-. nwwtt, nr- ",,'UT"'' The Commoner. AUGUST 28, 1903. THE REPUBLICAN OOVERNOR OP WISCONSIN ASKS AND ANSWERS THE QUESTION: "IS OUR GOVERNHENT OP CITY, STATE, AND NATION THOROUGHLY REPRE SENTATIVE OP THE WILL OP THE PEOPLE?" .... wgmmmmm, m w mw AN IMPENDING CRISIS Governor La a olletto of Wisconsin delivered a speech at Colfax, la., on August 6. The Wiscon sin governor is a republican, but ho made bold to warn his hearers against corporate greed which ho declared is drawing tighter tho halter of com mercial slavery about the neck of the people. Governor La Follette disclaimed any intention to excite the prejudice or invoke unfair judgment yi tho part of Lis auditors, but he said that "a deep conviction impels me to appeal to your pa triotism, your love of liberty, of the country to meet the impending crisis. We owe it to tho liv ing as well as to the dead to make honest answer to this question: 'Is our government of city, stato and nation thoroughl...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 August 1903

' -iWr",''V rvjt mfJf The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered nt the postofllec at Lincoln, Kcbriuka, auseconeM class mail matter. One Year $1.00 lx Months gOc In Club of 5 or more, per yr 75c Tliree Month.;.. ...... ..35c Single Copy 5c Sample Copied Free. Foreign Postage 53c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to Tho Commoner. They can also be sent through newspapers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agentB, where such agents have been appointed. -All remittances should be tent by post ofllce money order, cxprcso order, or by bunk draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual checks, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. Tlic date on your wrapper shows wh on your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan., '01, means that payment Las been received to und Including the last iseue .of January 1904. Two weeks arc required after money is received before the date on wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OF ADDRESS. Subscribers requosting a chaugo of address must give the OLD as...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 August 1903

ANn-- -,.r The Commoner. KUtXEST'XfU&L- Uncle Jo Is in ' Camp. Referring to the "writhing? o the money power," the Atlanta Constitution recently said: out uncie Joe uauuon win uu n hard man to harness to the jug gernaut of Wall street, He has an old tar-heel's faith in any svmnathv for the common peo ple. The money devil will win a famous victory if it pulls him into camp." Later reports indicate that "tho money devil" has won "a famous vic tory" by pulling Uncle Joe into camp. Tho Brooklyn Eagle says that it is "only de sirous that both political parties shall put forth their best men in which case the Two country would have nothing to Peas in fear." "Vvhat the Eagle means a Pod. s that both political parties shall nominate men so friendly to special interests that tho trust magnates will have nothing to fear. It is not necessary that the Eagle be explicit. Democrats have a fairly accur ate Idea concerning the Eagle's purpose. Senator Piatt of New York recently celebrated his s...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 August 1903

t'iyyqqfl'WH'V11 n-"-" ts-i- mtrnW'r''' "' ?l"TW-5,l?jlWt I l HI,' MAI yjp. imt0$H mmvH'vmmmmmmm 6 s The Commoner VOLUME 3, NUMBER 32, CURR8NT 1....I r"ff,i .Cirrs-s. EWKWy n'jiiinrawqiSg I. ' -' ... TT7. r,nr'"g-!.. V..S '- - (!5 .0 It- IT IS NOW PLAIN THAT THE ISTHMIAN canal will figure conspicuously in the com ing session of congress. The rejection of the treaty by the Colombian congress will, in the opinion of many well informed men, open up tho ontiro canal question for gonoral discussion. It is understood that Senator Morg a will insist upon changing tho route and adopting the Nicaraguan lino. It will bo remembered by many that it was freely predicted by Senator Morgan and others wno favored tho Nicaraguan route that tho adop tion of tho ranama route would result in failure and that it was also charged by somo that the Panama route was advocated by a number of men who were roally anxious to destroy the canal pro position altogether. There is nc mistaking Sena tor Morgan's dete...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 August 1903

AUGUST 28, 1903. in London an electric sculpturing machine, the solo rights of,whiclvthoy have purchased from a Mr.' BontempI, of Naples. The workman is seated on one side of the machine. In front is a plaster cast, and with one- hand he guides a rod 'backward and forward 'over the plaster. A revolving steel drill protrudes from the machine two feet. away, and another further on. In front of each of those drills is fixed a block of marble, and a jet of .water is played on the point of each drill. Every movement of the "rod in the workman s hand is followed by a similar movement on the part of the drills, which rapidly cut away the surface of the marble until it corresponds with the sur face tof '-the plaster." . . : rpHE LONDON CORRESPONDENT FOR THE X' . New. York World further say that when he saw .the "m,aqhine jit had roughly cut the face of a classic, poet out oftthe marble, aijd was at work on the side of the head. Some superabundant stone having been rapidly cleared away, 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. — 28 August 1903

X 8 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 32, .1 - : m Hollyhock. They stood in a row by. tlio garden gate, Stately and fair and tall; tt'hero was yellow and red and a sil very white, And tho brown beo loved them all. Pink and cream and tho dark maroon, , Grow neighborly, each in its place; (Their silken gowns with their dainty folds. Wero worn with a dainty grace, WThoy heard, through tho summer af ternoons, Tho drone oC tho bumble bee, And tho cricket's song; and tho whir of wings, As tho humming bird came to see .Which was the fairest, pink or white, Yellow, or heart of red; Ho drank-their wine with his slender beak, And ate of their honey bread. And when ho flitted, on whirring wings, On another, honey-quest, Thoy fluttered their quaint, old-fashioned fans, As they speeded the parting guest. There never was hint of a broken heart, Though lovers would come and go; But "give of your best, and trust for rest," "Was the motto of hollyhock row. "pink and purple, and silvery white, Fair and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 August 1903

jgppjgipippijiiilPW iwwi.w wytu frwr m rv yr -'?? -mppnmr V y-jcw- tyi -r3rr -n-wr v-iB- tjt r- -rn!rv-ilinvn " ' " j-'""" fwVPl'"(P,1) " The Commoner, is necessary at times, and oven in these rooms, the shade has its place. It is best, however, whenever possi ble, to allow the uninterrupted light to fill the rooms in which the family spends so much of the time', aud the sunshine is the best purifier and dis infectant known. Whatever yoi: do with your other rooms, do let the sunshine and fresh air have full sway in these parts of the house. A thin curtain . of some kind, trimmed or untrimmed, should be used at these windows, not alone to take away the bare, uncomfortab a look which an undressed window always has, but to insure a necessary degree of daylight privacy to the family, which cannot otherwise be had. For tnis purpose, there are materials to suit all purses, and the three-cent cheesecloth of the poorest may be made quite as pretty in proportion to its cost, as the dainty dr...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 August 1903

PffWI V&'VSW'9r'lirrymT$m'rrrxv --,:,-- -y- yw"'Tv-yT'.an"TT- """ - ---T'W V"1" r"""W' r -Krrvr T iinf .;n?psf"!iRisMi?'y . The Commoner. 10 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 1 - ,- m y.fjrgrrjtfpmrw ,s '- -' Mllt5. , ,Ho fought his country's battle? liko a ; horo tried and true; Whon he saw a thing was needed that ) . was what ho tried to do; .'.But ho wasn't a physicianjust worked upward from the ranks 'So ho got it in the jugular and went minus Teddy's thanks. -Nqw, perhaps if ho had hired some press agent having skill, Or had posed before some painter as cavorting up a hill; ' Or had signed a big round robin as a protest 'gainst the chuck, . He'd have been right now enjoying quite a diff'rent kind of luck. Amplo Reason. "But why are you so insistent upon going to that particular hotel?" "Because they always have a pen at tho desk that permits you to register without its spluttering all over your shirt front." about tho same things ,.for . dinner wherovcr you go." "I am happy to say that all ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 August 1903

mvn The Commoner. JMJGUST 28, 1903. ft IBWI Gossiping With the Reporters In traveling over the country, Mr. Ervan falls in with many representa tives of the press and they are, as a rule, 'very fair, very intelligent and very affable gentlemen. Sometimes they write up the trip in a gossippy sort of way, reporting the conversation as it changes from subject to subject as new persons join the company. Mr. Louis Ludlow; of the Indianap olis Sentinel, was with the party on the suburban road from Indianapolis to Action and thus writes up the trip: William Jennings Bryan and the Sentinel representative were sitting together in an interurban car as it buzzed through the cornfields en route to Action when the Sentinel reporter said: "John Kern has got a new baby boy at his house." "Well, well," exclaimed the distin guished champion of the free and un limited coinage of silver. "John's good nature always over flows on such occasions," continued the Sentinel man, "and one of his first acts is...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 August 1903

?jr,'if'oWWJirf 'ft The Commoner. 12 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 3 rilPj)Mws ?yT,lj'BW-l'!r'-.'BVw 'P"": " f'fffSf'l lopl: mi; 1 ii iipww,i . J . " C-j(?r2j"t:i'"'(kJr Much interest is being manifested .throughout England concerning tho recent cabinet crisis. In como quar ters it is confidently believed that Mr. Chamberlain's defeat in tho cabinet is at hand and 'that tho now ministry Which will then bo formed will bo of llboral tondoncy. It is not anticipated Ithat tho general election of parlia ment will take place before another ;year and many changes may occur in ihe political situation in that time. A cloudburst in the vicinity of Pa flpillion, Sarpy county, Neb., on August ,14 caused much property damage and .ruined crops in tho vicinity, also caus ing 'gome loss to stock owners. It was announced from New York on August 15 that Joseph Pulitzer has given the sum of $2,000,000 to estab lish a school of journalism at Co- ilumbla university In New York city. A new building for this school is...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 August 1903

HHBMRRMMMHPMMJVIHH '' --ww vj wivT' v '"v 'ni " The Commoner. AUGUST 28, 1003. 13 cial circles, particularly in Bulgaria. Recent advices from Macedonia report creat activity among the insurgents, it being reponcu mui, luoj umo uumcu no less than twelve villages. The Turkish authorities have mobilized their whole force in Macedonia and 18,000 fighting men are there- with largo numbers of Asiatic troops' ready to moVe. The national encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic closed its thirty-seventh annual session at San Francisco on the afternoon of Aug ust 21. The newly elected officers were installed, with the exception of Junior Vice Commander Kessler. whq RCHESTRA Instruments, Violins, Banjos, GUITARS, MANDOLINS, eto mods by Lyon & Heal? are the standard of excellence. Very low nrlood strict na vrellatthlati arades snchM the "Washburn." Aakyon local munlo dealer for them, and It ho doesn't keep them write- to na for "Dent. G" Catalog. illustrated, maliedrre. It tells how to...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 August 1903

Jv. The Commoner. 14 VOLUME 3, NUMBER jj, '.A Cooling Machine. A wonderful contrivance which turns air o a temperature o 100 de grees in an instant to a temperature which Is below the freezing point, and is operated by no other power save the air itsolf, stands in a room at the headquarters of the United States weather bureau in Washington. There is nothing complicated and awe-inspiring about the machine, as it Is taken in at a glanco by the spec tator. Indeed, tho observer at first luvoluntarlly experiences a feeling of disappointment in not seeing nome thing more wonderful-looking and im posing than a plain round cylinder connected with tho outside air by a pipe of generous diameter and having a similar pipe extending from beneath. This is probably due to the surprise that immediately makes itself felt vpon stepping into a room where tho machine is stationed. To pass .sud denly from an atmosphere registering ninety dogrees in the shade to a room registering in its warmest corner b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 August 1903

- Mf: i -f A .w " . 1 1 Tte: CovnSf. AUGUST 28, 1903. 15 "'1" ";;","-fM tm m-t Red Wing (Minn.) News: Possibly the administration has overdone the business the least little bit in stud iously repressing Miles. San .Francisco Star: Senator Gor man Is being "boomed" by Mark Han na and the reorganizes for the demo cratic nomination for president! The real democracy will "none of him." St Cloud -(Minn.) Times: The United States is, not making much ii ogress towards building the Panama canal, but the salaries are going on all the time so that some people are entirely satisfied. Danville (Pa.) Democrat: Next year, when the campaign is on, it will be found that, the G. O. P. is getting financial support from its old-time friends the trusts. How long. O Lord, how long, will the people be fooled? Tiffln (O.) Advertiser: Roosevelt V now sticking closely to New York, for fear it may get away from him TiPYt vear. He hasn't even attempted to kill any more trusts with his mouth since he returned ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 August 1903

ftr 16 The Commoner : VOLUME 3, NUMBER 32, ,wxa Teaching the World How to Die. Popo Leo XIII., in his sovonty years' corvico to his church, has boon an oxamplo to priest and layman. By doed and procopt ho has taught the world how to live. Now ho is teach ing tho world how to dio. At 93, with tho work of life well done, ho faces death with more than tho cold serenity of philosophers. He faces it with the simple trust of tho Christian. It is as if tho poet had fcroseen his death bed when penning tho lines: "So live, that when thy summons comes to join Tho innumerable caravan, which moves To that mysterious realm, where each shall tako His chamber in tho silent halls death, Thou go not, liko the quarry-slave night, Scourged to his dungeon, but, tained and soothed By an unfaltering trust, approach thy gravo Liko ono who wraps tho drapery of his couch About hira, and lies down tj pleasant dreams." Everv incident in the death cham ber at Rome, every word spoken by tho popo to his people o...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 September 1903

',1V" x "f,"y'i The Commoner. WILLIAil J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 91 Vol. 3.- No. 33. Lincoln, Nebraska, September 4, 1903 Whole No. 137. 1. Nebraska Convention The democratic state convention hold at Co 'lumbus, Neb., August 25, was an enthusiastic gathering. The Kansas City platform was reaf firmed and state issues were met- and dealt with in true democratic spirit Judge John J. Sullivan, now chief justice of the Nebraska supremo court, was renominated. Judge Sullivan has made a good record and has adhered to the rule which in his speech of ac ceptance he laid down for the guidance of all judges that the one thing above all others that should characterize the conduct of a judge is "in dependence absolute judicial independence." The nominees for regents of the state uni versity, "William 0. Jones of Adams county and Dr. E. 0. Weber of Saunders county, aro good men. Professor Jones is well known as an educator, al though he is not now actively engaged in educa tional work. He ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 September 1903

The Commoner. V ft w IP 2 ' ' . liearor to tho Roosevelt administration than any other newspaper correspondent. Certainly no correspondent is more friendly to that administra tion than is Mr. Wellman; and it is interesting to bo told by this administration correspondent that feeling that he has the people with him becauso of his "fight upon tho trusts and tho corporations," Mr. Roosevelt proceeds to display his "maBterly skill as a politician" by seeking to win over to liim the representatives of tho trusts and the cor porations. According tp this administration correspon dent, Mr. Roosevelt discovered "that in New York and among these very people (the "trusts and cor porations) there was a general and earnest desire for a reformation of our currency system," and also that "tho president has gone In for that re formation with his accustomed ardor and energy and IT WILL NOT BE HIS FAULT IF THE FINANCIAL PEOPLE OF NEW YORK DO NOT SOON LOOK UPON HIM Wl'irl MORE FAVOR." A very frank and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 September 1903

"pr"- " Thc'Coramoner. SEPTEMBER i, 1003. A TERRIBLE ARRAIGNMENT The Chicago cause filing Chronicle Condemns Governor La Follette Bt Asked to Sneak o.the Subtect of "doe QoverameMt ," he Condemned Cerebri tie Dominatlba. Robert M. La Follette, the republican gov ernor of Wisconsin, is being severely criticised these days by corporation newspapers. We are told that Governor. La Follette is not a good re publican and all this criticism' comeB because the republican governor of Wisconsin has dared, re peatedly and in a very forcible way, to direct at tention to the growing evil of corporation, domi nation. The Chicago Chronicle, owned by John R. Walsh, the well-known Chicago .financier, prints . under date of Kenosha, Wis., August 20,. a very instructive report concerning a speech delivered on that occasion by the Wisconsin governor. In the beginning this Chronicle correspondent says: "Governor Robert M. La Follette surprised and angered thousands of citizens of this county today by la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 September 1903

",tjpv -tir-" rfn 1 ' r r '&&' . v, f The Commoner. r rovv' v-' ' v The Commoner. ISSUEDWHElgY. Entered at the poutofllco K Lincoln, Nebraska, aa second clfiss mall matter. One Year $1.00 Six Month 50c la Clubs of 5 r more, per yr 75c Three Meatks aCc Single Cepy 5c Sample Copies Free. Foreign Pedfage sac Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can bo sent direct to Tbe Cennoner. They can also be cent through newspapers which havo adver tised a clubbing rate, or through locnlngcnln, where such agents havo been appointed. All remittances should bo 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. Tho date on your wrapper shows when your eubscrlptlon will expire. Thus, Jan. , '01, means that payment has been received to and including tho last issue of Januory 1901. Two weeks aro required after money is received before tho dato on wrapper can bo changed. CHANGE OF ADDRES5. Subscribers requesting a ch...

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