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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 October 1903

mwmmiw mm r -r"H " tyi1 tut-"- OCTOBER 9, 1903. tion based on United States bonds thUB released. Wo are reminded that that was the policy adopted by Mr. Shaw fast year. Is it not strange that Mr. Shew abandons that policy this year at the very time when the newspaper dispatches reveal the fact that national banks are retiring their bank notes in such large amounts and numbers that the limit of the amount retired within any one ir.cuth $3,000.000 Is very nearly reached dur ing this period. " If while the financiers are clamoring for an increase in the volume of currency through the asset currency iciite, they "retire the bank note circulation on the government bond plan to such an extent thac business mon will become so em barrassed that they may bj persuaded to urge their ccngrossnjr-n to vote for the asset currency scheme for the sake of "business interests" then it mp,y be possible for the asset advocates to work up quite a sentiment in favor of their unholy Scheme. The retirement...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 October 1903

- rf W i l-thf" fjk i JiiF'l "V f";-Vr- The Commoner. 4 The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered at tbo post office at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second class mall matter. On Year , $i.es Mx Month i gc la ClMbfl of 5 or marc, per yw 7c Tbra Months 36c 5lHftlCepy $t Sample Copied Free. Forelga Postage 53c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can bo Bent direct to The Commoner. They can also be Bent through newspapers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents havo been appointed. Ml remittances should be sent by post ofllco money order, express order, or by bank drait on New York or Chicago. Dd not send Individual checks, stampB, or money. RENEWALS. Tho date on your wrapper showswhen your eubscrlptlon will expire. Thus, Jan., '04, means that payment has been received to and Including the Inst Issue ot January 1CW. Two weeks are required alter money Is received bctore -tho dato on wrapper can bo changed. CHANGE OP ADDRbSS. Subscribers requesting a change of address must...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 October 1903

" n'iinr"&QrttjK" rtfrinrT 'p- . -je- V The Commoner. OCTOBER 9, 1903. -rgr - a- The St Louis Dispatch "'gays: "Perhaps Gen-' oral McClellan's real abilities as a commander, which were undoubtedly very great, will become generally known and acknowledged. Mr. Roosevelt's extraordinary lapse of memory at the Antietam cele bration has refreshed the memory of thousands who are able to measure the little man's caliber with something like accuracy." Not Entirely Forgotten. It Don't Want Harmony. o Once upon a time the Chicago Chronicle had much to say about harmony in the democratic party. In a recent Issue, rd ferring to the differences in the party, tho Chronicle said: "Men who busy thomselves with at tempts to harmonize these hos tile parties waste their., time. They undertake to prolong the agony. They endeavor to unite irre concilable organizations and to compose warring ideas." "This Dishonest Game." Tho Buffalo (N. Y.) Courier says: "Why per sist in classing as democratic paper...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 October 1903

The Commoner. VOLUME 8, mnnjj " w CURB8NT & 6 fflKrav. s vZ2M2 -t rff'Jr f t "s . f.,'JJTW"W IT IS ANNOUNCED FROM WASHINGTON that the subject of uniorm divorce laws will bo treated by President Roosevelt In his message to congress. The president Is expected to suggest a congressional Inquiry In the hope that some kind of reform may be devised. While it is agreed that congress has no power to pass laws relating to divorce, it is thought that a congressional inquiry might result in such an agitation of the question that the states could bo induced to adopt uni form laws. THIS YEAR HAS EARNED THE TITLE OP Black 1903," on the London stock exchange, according to the London correspondent for the : Chicago Inter-Ocean. This correspondent says: "Some firms have not opened their books to enter a transaction for days at a time. Many are not milking enough to pay the salaries of their staff, and it Is puroly owing to tho generosity for which seme houses aro famed that large numbers are not...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 October 1903

The Commoner. (OCTOBER 9,.19Q3;V., lean diplomats it is rumored that should the presi dent be forced by public opinion or a resolution "by congress to turn to the Nicaraguan route ho would encounter as great ufflculties as havo oc curred in dealing with Colombia. Costa Rica and Nicaragua have been thus far willing to grant anything and everything that could be asked to ward getting tho canal through , their territory. But it Is said that with tho Panama route out of the way the attitude of these two republics would change, and they would begin to make demands. Mcaragua has a faction that is not friendly to tho canal on tho ground that if the United States .should build on the Nlcaraguan route it would re sult in the absorption of tho whole state as a de pendency of the United States, and the country would lose its autonomy and become a mere stop ping place for the commerce of tho world. With this sentiment at work thero would arise a pre t6xt for increased demands to appease It, and...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 October 1903

8 -Ri VOLUME .8,'NUMBBtt JJ, Commoner Mm&' r k3 o. 'z i iawQYym. ii.n a w aWfr-tt T- SMdHOft'ilVl ( SKD,j JkMpt f jjlllJljlllllC T . J0 M B t- rm in """" m wrm-mw I I V Conducted f3y tttelen Watts MWj JDeparim - ? i . . : w Frugality sad Lonjc Life. (The title of an epistio to one Fabri cius Rufus, written by the pontiff-poet, Leo XIII., in 1897. It pictures in sim ple, yet elegant verse tho lifo of true moderation.) Seek neatness first; although thy board be sparo, 23o every dish and napkin bright and fair; Bo frugal hero, however, nor decline To put a frequenc water to your wine. Select for home-made bread the choic est wheat, And have in plenty all tho goodly meat , Of fowl and lamb and ox, (but first be euro They're tender), nor with plenteous garniture Of spice-and pickle play the 'epicure. Next, have tho beakers foaming to the brim With milk no thrifty maid hath dared to skim. No draught than this more wholesome shall assuage The thirst of childhood, or declining age. Let ...

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

- - rf, --r j The Commoner. OCTOBER 9, 1501 9 """VSU but little growth the first few weeks of Indoor life.- It Is accustoming itself, however, to its now environments, and will make known its wants, wh2n ready to grow, by throwing out new leaves, which tells yo. plainly it is ready for material to worn up. Plants do not always call for food, at this etago, as It is supposed that the pot ting soil will supply this for a time; but it muBt not be allowed to dry out; and it is hard to tell you Just how much water to give them,' as some will want more than others. You must learn much by studying them. The soil should not at any time be wet, in most cases, but moist. 0 0 - You can learn much from the print ed page, but not all printed matter isv reliable. A good lloral magazine l& one of the best investments you can make, and you Can get them for sev eral years for a few cents. Cuttings taken as late as October of the new, soft; growth of many annuals and per ennials, make fine window...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 October 1903

rr? " v " The Commoner. 10 VOLUME 3, NDMBER 3& , w - I. Ev Cm i ' in vr A J The nn Ahead. Wo liavo heard in song, and story that . gavd honor, fame and glory, In the choicest How of language to tho doughty "man behind;" But it strikes mo whilo hero sitting that 'twould bo meet and befitting Ndw to sing awhile the praises of a man of different kind. Though tho "man behind" is needed, still 'twill have to be conceded That there is one quite his equal, though of him you've seldom read, So a toast I will address him, "Hero's to him, and may. God bless him, To the willing, honest toiler, to the steady 'man ahead.' " Out at break of day ho hustles and with all life's problem's tussels, Full of hope and cheer while toiling. 1 with his implements of trade: Watching not tho clock's hand creep ing, but his mind on his work keeping, And delighting in the product that his brain and hands have made. Homo at eve when work is ended and the day in night has blended, "With his wife and children ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 October 1903

'j-nu 4-i-1 ? "-yrcfflj'j: ' r:vgs JWBWMWtflr Ai ;.;,g' , ti' ; ;, liiyViMm' r The Commoner. OCTOBER 9, 1903. If MHIimnlM !lil ' "" WWW Wu"iMIIH.Wn"y'r'-''-WMin1fa Knox Will Investigate. Washington, Aug. 3. Secretary Root today made public all the papers re lating to thB investigation into the government contract for gloves with E. It. Lyon. This contractor secured the gloves from Littauer Bros., the senior member of the firm, Mr. L. N. Littauer, being a member of congress. Secretary Root has referred the case to the department of Justice in order that it may be ascertained if the law has been violated and if so that ap propriate measures may be taken in the premises. There is a statute which prohibits contracts for the gov ernment being made directly or indi rectly with a member of congress, and this was the basis of the investigation. Colonel Garlington, of the inspector general's department, was directed by Secretary Root to make an Investiga tion of the whole matter, which he di...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 October 1903

KtmF"J)WfWM4.JtlP if t M ' ' f ' wnm Wi I "li. ID i ny.VW HUH-WWWMI djffffiijiiBMWWUP The Commoner. 12 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 3 d-w' tit i 4 M. DematenB, professor of interna tional law at the University of St Petersburg, has Loon appoiLted by the czar as tho third arbitrator in the claims of tho allied powers against Venezuela for preferential treatment. Tho first meetln; of tho arbitrators was held at Tho Haguo on October 1. Tho decline in tho values of steel trust bonds is being anxiously watched by certain college faculties end librar ies in England and Scotland, as some of the Carnegie gifts to thes.o Institu tions took the form of steel trust bonds. It is feared that the securi ties may depreciate in value still more and that in thi3 way tho Income of those schools may bo reduced. Tho democratic state campaign In Maryland was opened on September 20 in Howard county, that state. Many prominent speakers were present as were also all the stato democratic can didates, and the raco quest...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 October 1903

miji.hptw '! ijMPt'mwW mMNmipin The Commoner. PCTOfiBR 9, 1003. 13 WHsff & A SPECIFIC PROPOSITION The EmmertsLurg Reporter is op posed to a bank currency"based on gen eral assets. It -believes the advocates of such a currency are very likely to bo deceived, for . finds that very ablo men and presumably very honest men. have, during the past forty years, ad vocated many foolish .financial meas ures from an irredeemable paper cur rency to "the Bland-Allison silver pur chase act." Amcng those who are af flicted most grievously with the asset currency vagary the Reporter names the Register and Leader conspicuously. At the outset it may be admitted that no sentiment has been developed ir. favor of a currency based on hank assets that encourages the belief that legislation will be enacted in the near future. The discussion is therefore wholly academic. There is not even enough sentiment in favor of an emer gency currency, such as Secretary Shaw has suggested, to secure its adop tion, ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 October 1903

BWWWP'U JUIMiM ) u.,ii. iiimiju j wmn i iptWW , iwnffwui m iwmywMWJw.mwmjjiiwimiyjipiii w$iffi5 14 The Commoner. - VOLUME-3, NUMBER 38. PSHPSiSfflte- :i4ffA A ri 1 1 1 I IPO c c la ti i m J trSSmuMP-i- Jtm I umjr Villi mJr I lr H I 1 1 B lx "Zs Mlddletown (0.) Signal: The reason Mr. Roosevelt docs not dcraa'nd Mr. Payne's resignation Is because he fears the Paync-ful disclosures which might follow. Urbana (0.) Democrat:, Tho Wall street editor, who says that American securities have fallen off $6,000,000,000 in values, erred. Ho should have said in price. Indianapolis Standard: The author ities at Washington are catching tho postofllce rascals with baited hooks one at a time. To use tho drag net might stnggor tho party. Windlo's Gatling Gun; Job's wife advised him to "curse God and die." In advocating the nomination of Gro ver Cleveland the Chicago Chronicle offers lhe democratic party the same advice. Crete (Neb.) Democrat: The stat ute of limitations barred every action against Pe...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 October 1903

5r5v5m-""JH" J""S imsifmsaiiummi ,2 ,..., WWIWWIINIWWPWIP The Commoner, OCTOBER 0, 1903. 15 Rheumatism .Cured Through the Feet Jackson Man Discovers an External Curs by Analyzing Foot Sweat. Cures Nino out of Ten In Jackson Try It-FREE! Anyono cim trywith ut paying n cont-tho famous MRglc Foot Drafts, which always bring comfort and almost always rcrtnancntly euro Kucumatism, cither chronic or acute; no matter how severe Hundreds of thousands of pairs' of Drafts have been sent on approval nil over the world and tho makers aro still sending them to every sufferer they can hear of. Send your name today. You get thcDrafts by return mail. If you are fully satisfied with tho help they give you, then yon can send One Dol lar. If not, keep your monoy. Yon decide. others in some other way. It la esti mated that tho Standard Oil company has taken, by contract or by force, the business of 10.UU0 corporations and merchants in all parts of tho Union. Tho few present great railroad lines of the c...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 October 1903

r.nJ,m)iwMjmafnrH niw w.i wiinpumy n pLppHffmgm 16 The Commoner, - ' VOLUMB 3, NUMBER HPfWtywpipmimn. wwpwwfwn' minium uhhjhwum ini"'fT"iimwi r-tf'V BOCKS RECEIVED. 'The Congressman's Wife." by John D Barry. (Smart Set Publishing Co., Now York.) Mr. Barry is an author and dramatic critic of note and the author of "A Daughter o? Thespis." "A Congressman's Wife" is somewhat unusual as a prizes story. It is simple natural and far from attpmpting tho construction of a new economy for tho universe. Tho main motive Is po litical, a now motive, by the way, that is beginning to supersede the histori cal, for which let 113 glvo thanks Tho scenes are laid first in Washington and then in Near York, Congressman Erlggs representing a metropolitan district; he gets Into tho toils of a lobbyist, Franklin West, and getting out of tho toils cost him his re-election. Mr. Barry's knowledge of the "inside" of Washington life is most accurate. Perhaps tho best sketch is that of tho senator; in which Mr....

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 October 1903

mmwmrmmmwmiiMww mm SwW Commoner. "ininRiwipimQpiinpjpp The WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. zs Vol. 3. No. 39 Lincoln, Nebraska, October 16, 1993. Wholt No. 143 THE BEGINNING OF EVIL There is perhaps no more Important lesson that young or old can learn than that evils are more easily resisted ir the beginning than after they have been allowed to develop. Take, for instance, disobedience to parents. It usually be gins In some small matter when the child feels that the parent has required an unnec scary thing, or refused to permit something that the child do sires to do. If it were in an important matter tho child would shrink from an act of disobedience, but it seems so small that tho wish of the child triumphs over the will of tho father or mother, and that act of disobedience becomes the precedent for others until disobedience is easier than obed ience. Disobedience usually leads to other offenses; untruthfulness, especially, is apt to follow in the wake of disobedience, be...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 October 1903

i-H-Tj. I , '! "IV 2 tM-ji,j iA tf .and ' hideth himself, whilo -tho .foolish . pass " on and aro punished. Tho power to reason from what Is to what shall ho marko the difference be tween the wlsq and tho foolish Whether we are considering tho individual or a nation composed of individuals wo must expect that those will faro host who watch the beginning of evil and apply a remedy while tho remedy is easy. Many an indi vidual has died from a disease which might have boon checked if treated in time, and nations suf fer grievously because they fail to act in time. If our people possess tho intellectual superiority of Which wo aro prono to boast, they ought to " watch every development of government with, "constant vigilance to tho end that only right prin ciples shall be applied or if mistakes are made that "'ttiey bo corrected at once. ... A Dangerous Man. "'" ,,,,... The Milwaukee Sentinel .has , the following, to , ay in regard to-C!overnor La Follette of that state: .; v ,"And this...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 October 1903

flrfljyl IWWPW'WW npfM'"iwf 'iH w 'yri film" u knjmiWMwgw ww m i ijui gTffNTiHfwi iiyM ' 'w '? w i uiiii iip ih;iiiihiimiii,hhiiii miw The Commoner. OCTOBER llJ-1003; , dollar being, too small for ordinary uso, has novcr circulated to any extent, so that the silver dollar has been the dollar usually had in mind when a metallic dollar was mentioned. In describ-ng the silver dollar as the unit, our forefathers did not intend to make it superior in any way to gold, for under the bimetallic system the two metals are on an equality, both as to treatment at tab mint and as to legal tender qualities. The silver dollar then in circulation was simply made the starting point,; and the amount of pure silver in the silver dollar has never been changed from that time to this, although the amount of pure gold in the gold dollar has been changed. JJ In Ohio. In his letter to Chairman Salen, declining Mr. Clarke's invitation to Mr. Hanna for a joint de bate, Mr. Dick, chairman of the republican sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 October 1903

- . t. r & ; ri 4 The Commoner. ISSUED WBGKLY. Entered at tho postofflce at Xincoln, Hcbraska, aBBecondr claw mull matter. One Year $!. lx JVontua 5c la Clitba oi 5 or were, per year 75c Three JVontks 30 Single Copy 5 Sample Ceplea Free. Foreign Poatage 52c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS ctin bo sent direct to The Commoner. They can also be sent through newspapers which have adver tised a clubbing rnto, or through local ngente, where such agents have been nppointed. All remittances should be sent by poat ofllco money order, express order, or by bank dralt on New York or Chicago. Do noteend individual checks, Btkmps.or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your ubscrlptlon will expire. Thus, Jan., 'W, means thatpayment basbcen received to and including the last issue ot January 1WH. Two weeks are required alter money is received beiore the date on wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OP ADDRESS. Subscribers requesting a change ol address mut givo tho OLD as well as the NEW address...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 October 1903

OCTOBER 1G, -19031 0 A Taylorstown, Pa., reader of The Commoner writes: "You canget from the postmaster gen eral of Canada circulars snowing all about the postal savings banks of Canada, in early all the depositors are poor people, but their deposits amounts to more than ?G00,OOO,00O. Shall protection not reach our laboring classes and make their savings safo as our nation?" Postal Savings la Canada. An Explanation Needed, "Some fine British distinctions are thus re ported by tho Singapore Fre Press: "The official list of the strength of tho Man chester regiment, just landed at Singapore, reads: 'Twenty offi cers and two ladles, four war rant officers and two wives. 518 rank and file and ten women and twelve chil dren.' " It is explained by the Louisville Courier Journal for the benefit of "some sensible Ameri can wives" that "all these "ladies, wives and women are the wives of officers and men. in the regiment." In Line With g. o. p. Logic. A subscriber writes to say: "I cannot un ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 October 1903

f- --r q(-q4 .' - ( J r) i F S 6 The Commoner. . ' VOLUSIE 3, NUMBER 3 rr"- fi CURR6NT GOPIGS W PERHAPS THE MOST EXCLUSIVE ELEVA for in the world la the one provided at tho capital at Washington, D. C., for tho supremo court o tho United States. This elevator can be used only bf tho nino justices of the supremo court, and no ono would for a moment consider ontorinuj it except as tho guest of one of these nino privileged men. Tho elevator goes from tho ground floor of tho capitol to tho main floor, on which is located tho supremo court of tho United States. IN THE RECENT SPEECH OF QUEEN WIL helmina bdforu tho states general at Tho Hague, among tho bills announced was one "pro viding for rest on tho Sabbath." Although this bill is ostensibly declared to bo a measure "for tho moral rectitude and temperance of tho na tion," in somo quarters it is regarded as an at tack upon, certain religious factions of tho Neth erlands. On account of this view, tho bill is said to bo unconstitutional,...

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