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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

w i p r Very Interesting FigurM. A Simple Request . Denied. July It, i? 1 Congressman Benton of Missouri has been Investigating the appropriation figures and he discovers that while both ses sions of the Fifty-third congress appropriated $917,013,523, during the single session of the Fifty seventh congress the appropria tions amounted to $1,059,577,052. Does it not seem reasonable that Mr; Benton has good grounds for the charge that the republican party "prefers to expend in needless and wasteful appropriations the taxes wrung from the people." ' ' 4 ft '" I Mrs. McKinley asked for the retention of a PQstmisW&8- in. "Pennsylvania. This- postmistress , was appointed by Mr. Mciviniey Senator Penrose, however, per suaded the Roosevelt adminis tration to reject Mrs. McKinley's Tequest and remove this official. The republican party has repudiated Mr. McKin- loy's Buffalo speech. It refused to give rec'ogni- tipn to a "very simple request made by the late president's widow, and yet wh...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

6 The Commoner. . ". Vol. a, No.. a. R" I mi j iiiiiiii i Miiuiiyu i I Current Topics. 'nil I i ii I i " I '" Tho town of Herkimer, N. Y., enjoys the dis tinction of having a clergyman for president of its board of trade. Rev. James H. Halpln, a Catholic priest, engaged so actively and effectively in behalf of tho business intorests of Herkimer, se curing by his own efforts many now industries for tho town, that ho was chosen president of Her kimer's board of trade. Father Halpln has been a priest for tho last twonty years and for seven teen years has resided at Herkimer. "Cast your broad upon tho waters and it will return in many days," is a quotation that is quite familiar to tho people of Cloveland, 0., theso days. In 1890, tho namo of Andrew Carnogio was presonted for membership in tho Cleveland cham ber of commorco. Mr "Carnogio was black-balled. Tho people of Cloveland aro very anxious to have a public library and when it was proposed to ask Mr, Carnegie to establish ono of hi...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

y M 1?he V 7 I U-. ? t r . Lv I f v ft m July 18, 190a CpuBo, and will thon 1)6 tfarrled on to thtf living apartments. This stairway will be surrounded jtfith balconies. At all receptions in the future ilie entrance will bo on the east side through this colonnade and into the dressing: rooms. Hereto fore the executive offices had to be used for this purpose. The improvement contemplates separate "rooms for the diplomatic corps and the cabinet people and another for specially invited guests or Ahoso' 'whose names appear in the list as Tn tho 3lud Koom.' This stairway will open off all tho drawing! i-oomS, and the procession 61 the presi dential" 'party down ltho grand 'stairway will bo Visible? f roid ' tlhe BW Iloom. Heretof oYd 1 only thoso' gathered in th'e main corridor could see-this entrance: The present private stairway will be Vemove'd and its space1 and the corridor on which tit opens 'Wiirbe thrbwri into tho adjoining apart ment' and will foifnl'thd hew state dining room, a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

-1, ' ' vPi f T! rSKV? .w . 3 1 The Commoner. 8 Vol, 3, No. 26." u fr- F THE HOME DEPARTMENT. Better te Climb ana FU. ' GIvo mo a man -with an aim, Wliatovor tliat aim may bo, Whether it's wealth, or whether its famo, It matters not to me. Lot him -walk In tho path of right, And keep his aim in sight, 'And work and pray in faith alway, .With his oyo on tho glittering 'height. Givo mo a man who says, "I will do something well, 'And mako tho fleeting days . ' A. story of labor toll." - . .Though tho aim ho has ho small, It is hotter than nono at all; With something to do tho wholo .year through Ho will not sturahlo or fall. But Satan weaves a snaro -, For tho foot of those who stray (With novor a thought or caro Whoro tho path may lead away. Tho man who has no aim, Not only loaves no namo When this life is done, hut ton to ono Ho loaves a record of shamo. - ', '' Give mo ft man whoso heart t. fliinri with amhltious fire; - ,Who sots his mark in tho start And keens moving it higher hig...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

yJT'H , 7 ft)., ' 1. V "v V 8 The Commoner. Vol , No. a; . i' v. THE HOME DEPARTMENT. Better to Climb and Fall. Givo mo ft man "with an aim, Whatovor that aim may bo, Whcthor it's wealth, or whothor it's famo, It matters not to mo. Lot him walk In tho path of right, And koop his aim In sight, 'And worlc and pray in faith alway, With his oyo on tho glittering tooiglit. Givo mo a man who says, "I will do something woll, 'And mako tho flooting days ' A story of labor toll." . .Though' tho aim ho has ho small, It Is bettoY than nono at all; With somothing to do tho wholo yoar through Ho will not stumblo or fall. But Satan woavos a snaro For tho foot of thoso who stray With never a thought or care Wlioro tho path may load away. fTho man who has no aim, Not only loaves no namo iWhon this llfo is dono, but ton to ono Ho leaves a record of shame. - Givo mo a man whoso heart la filled with ambitious flro; ,Who sots his mark in tho start And keeps moving It hlghor and hlghor. Bettor to dio in...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

t I li. "- Tf' N July 18,1943 The Commoner. 9 far r- &. u, . PT Lu is awejnsplring when wo understand it. "Thin knowledge I of greater im portance to the world than all other knowledge on all other subjects. Yet our colleges never Include one' single referenco to it in a five years' course of study to the Xuturo mothers of men. Parents never refer to it Men are equally ignorant, and they marry with no recognition of the duty incumbent upon them to specially guard, protect and render peaceful and happy the mothers of their unborn children. TJot long ago it was my misfortune to overhear a conversation between a young wife and her husband, the par ents of one child. .The wife intimated that she feared another addition might be made to the family. The husband replied angrily: "Well, if there is an other kid., coming I'll skip tho coun try." -- Could anything be more brutal and , inhuman? And yet it is not an infre quent caso. Hundreds of men become" violently angry when they know th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

N The Commoner, July 18,J95 9 F. I- in ? Is awcrinspirlng when we understand it 'This knowledge is of greater im portance to the world than all other knowledge on all other subjects. - Yet our colleges never include one single reference to it in a five years' course of study to the future mothers of men. Parents never refer to it Men are equally ignorant, and they marry with no recognition of the duty Incumbent upon them to specially guard, protect and render peaceful and happy the mothers of their unborn children. Tfot long ago it was my misfortune to overhear a conversation between a young wife and her husband, the par ents of one child. The wife Intimated that she feared another addition might bo made to the family. The husband replied angrily: "Well, if there is an other kid-coming I'll skip the coun .try Could anything be more brutal and ,. inhuman? And yet it is not an infre quent case. Hundreds of men become"" violently angry when they know their wives are to become mothers, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

IO The Commoner. Vol a, No. 26i r u v WHETHER GOnriON OR NOT AflerWhlla. ."Wo'ro going to bo Just to our wards o'or tho sea, I After while But iyo'rd going to exploit thorn upon v All tho whilp. , ... 'And till wo havo gobbled' their land, every foot, ' ' ' Toucan bet. .your last dollar tho, flag will Stay put, And ' tho r rfght of our 'actions Vd'll .iprovo by B. IlooV j" '' " jr After while. . , ,i ,- i, I'll shacklo the trusts with' a stronu- ous hand; ..,- " After whilo. - I'll stranglo tho throats-.oi itho robber trust band, After whilo. ' ' I've got my own method, -'and-got It down pat, ' And by tho broad , brim of my bat tered' felt hat Wo'vo got to' go alow till Wb'r6 dono frying fat ' ' After whilo. ft . "Wo'vo got to havo monoy to make a .' campaign, ' 1 " . - -After whilo. r .? tj5v And I!m looping that Marcus will, fry fat again, After while. So I've vgot to bo careful and not . - alienate Tho. bjg corporations that, pay a.l.th.0 " freight, . , , So a trust-burdened poop...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

The .Commoner. July 18, 190a 11 d I 3sffi? . - - ; K. 5 MRU. 7 kM. A Pertinent Query. The president, we are told, is going to insist upon the next session of con grew doing something against the trusts. Why did not this insistence come hefore adjournment; and "Why does the announcement of It come be fore election? Great Falls (Mont) Tribune. CREAM SEPARATOR FREE ' Thiftisacreniiinc offer made to introduce the Peoples Cream Separator in cVcry neighbor hood. It is the best and simplest in the world. We ask that you to show it to your neighbors who have cows. Send your name and the name of the nearest freight office. Address PEOPLES SUPPLY GO, DEPT. 177. KANSAS CITY. MO. TYPEWRITERS All standard makes sold and rented at lowest prices. 'Write for Terms. llontaU $3 1'er Month. O.K. CAKPENTER, nriOl Jackson Boulevard - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS LKAKN PROOF BEADING. M you possess a fair ed ucation why not utlllzo K at a genteel and uncrowdod profession paying $15 to $35 weekly, bltuatlons al ways ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

'ASSW& 'qr TPJtrf";W The Commoner. 13 VoL 3, N. afi. . THE NEWS OP THE WEEK. On ftily 6 tho popo colobrated tlio twonty-fourth anniversary of Ills ele vation to the pontificate Rov. George J. Johnson died in St. Louis, July 7. Ho wan 78 years of ago and for 59 years had boon a Baptist minister. ' ' ' Reports from London assort that al though, no. official announcement of tho fact has yet been made, King Ed ward w'llf bo crowned August 9, Tho democratic congressional com mittee for tho Eleventh district cf Texas nominated W. L. Barry lor con gress on July 7. Tho navy department Is lnformod that tho first consignment of armor for the now battleship Nebraska has been shippod. Tho president has issued a ' pr6c lamatlon dated July 3, romoving dis criminating duties upon Cuban ves sels ontoring United States ports. Tho Cuban governmont has signi fied a desire that tho United States abandon Its coaling station and rail road at Triscornia, established in 1899. today. Major Garuoner decl...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

'JKf The Commoner. July 18, 1902 13 ," H " f JL r 1- K r 5?' fc f ' . i' 3k. Co Democrats. DO YOU WANT TO KNOW IIOW TO WIN IN 1904? Dr. Geo. H. Sherman, Detroit, Mich., says: "Itisthe only Issue that will keep all the factious together and prevent third party organizations." , . H0WT0TREATTHBTRU5TS AND HOW TO WIN IN 1904. "With list of 300 Trusts. By J. HAGGErty Price, 25 Cents, Postpaid. The Abbey Press, 114 Fifth Ave., N.Y. City. GINSENG f25,000 mado from ono-half aero. Easily irrown throughout tho United States and Canada, ltoom in your garden to crow thousands of dollars worth. Hoots and seeds for salo. Send 4c forpostago and get our book let telling all About It. flcDowell Ginseng Gardens, Joplln, flo. VO AUTHOR SEEKING A PUBLISHER. ' Manuscripts In all branches of Literature, suitable for publication In book form are required by an cstab liFhed house. Liberal terms. No charge for examin ation. Prompt attention and honorablo treatment. HOOKS," 141 Hernld 3d St., Now York. TVDCU...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

4 The Commoner. Vol. a, No. aJ. 4. .. , , ; j $ $ FORUM OF THE WEEKLY PRESS . '..'" .. 1-Vtfi Franklin (Tonn.) News: .To dosort the Kansas 'City platform would bo a conicsaioh' of weakness and dishonor. ,33atavi:a;(0;) Sun: Mr. Roosovolt's devotion fo Gonoral Wood equate Sen ator Hanria'p intorost in the wolfare of Mr JltUhbono. Chicago (111.) Dispatch: As the Dis patch statod four wooks ago, plain sugar has more influonco In congress than iilain duty. Stillwater (0. T.) Advance: It is hard to distinguish tho 'Clovoland brand of democracy from republican ism puro and simple. Fulton (111.) Journal: Mr.- Cleve land is a great fisherman, but ho is thoroughly convinced that the" Ashing in Kansas and Nebraska is mighty poor. " Gonzales (Tex.) Inquirer: A great many people now say tho silver ques tion is dead, but it is vory noticeable that some of them aro afraid of tho corpse. Harrodsburg (Ky.) Democrat: It Is time tho country was waking up to tho dangor-tondoncy of tho time, and, befor...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

The Commoner. -July 18 ipola 5 ! ; ' " J .r 4 ) afcf -Hi r w & m& , '..' 1A fc-- .' SXx. ,l (k- W4, '. ' ' v. ' 4. - ItH -. HI; fir ; 1 i News of the Wcefi '" "(Continued from Page 13.) girding the friar lands in the archipel ago, the Vatican finds one very great obstacle to the withdrawal of the friars. The Vatican would not object if the expulsion of the friars were arranged and carried out by anotner power, so that the holy see would only have to recognize the accomplished fact, but it shrinks from appearing as a direct party to the withdrawal, especially since the religious orders are power ful' in Home, and above all others in the sacred college. The efforts of the Vatican are 11 rected toward finding a way to con sent to the withdrawal of tho friars from the islands without appearing to do so. In fact, the Vatican, it is be lioved, would welcome a show Qt force to which it could submit, It would much prefer, however, a compromise prohibiting the friars from returning t...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

I rt h- - P1 y Vn The Commoner. Vol. 2, No. 2$. 1( - The above pioturo presents tho ohild of Q. "W. Preston, of the Detroit Journal, and the child's dog. The picture is copyrighted by Jamcg Arthur, photographer, of Detroit, Mioh., and published by his permission. War Vs. Agriculture-. We offer you as food for reflection two-Items in the work of the United States congress which has just ended its session. For the army and navy branches of the government devoted to," killing congress , appropriated the sum of $180,075,273. For the department of agriculture, that branch of the government devoted to feeding the population, congress appropriated $5,208,900. The business of Soldiering is, of course, important and honorable. In order to avoid sudden death wo must be prepared at all times to in flict sudden death on others, Wo have things that other nations want and are willing to flght for, Therefore wo must have plenty of sol diors, sailors and weapons to use. But if' wo need soldiers wel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 July 1902

The Commoner. WILLI Ail J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. fy f-: . pi '. v p hmr' r i& rs . y tic UW&t m efr j" n Jr" B far hna- Vol. 2. No. 27. Lincoln, Nebraska, July 25, 1903, Whole No. 79. ; Missouri Calls a Halt The Now York Evening Post says: "Missouri halts tlie movomont lor democratic reorganiza tion." In a mournful strain it tells how the re organizers "wanted to leave all the matters per taining to state and national affairs to a later con vention, and have no more platform now than an indorsement of the democratic governor and their state officials," and the majority of the committee on resolutions fell in with the idea. "But," the Post sadly relates, "a Bryanito promptly moved to amend by adding a resolution indorsing the Kansas City platform." The -Post says" that it is a significant fact that "all hut four of the 122 delegates of the city of St. Louis were jagainst tying to the silver folly any longer, but most of the farmers remained faithful to Bryanism." The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 July 1902

pwipifiKrw rjpr V rq pji'i ifiiip hi " y ernmont controlled by tlio pcoplo and favor politi cal and legal oquallty." . Jofferson "was born of refined and well-to-do parents; ho was oven rich for ono of that period, and ho was oducated far above tho moat of his as sociates; ho was a lawyer and his social connec tions woro favorablo to aristocratic Idbas, but ho was a democrat, Ho believed inthp brotherhood ofman; ho asked fpr no priyllogps that could not bo granted to all; ho claimed no rights that all did noj; enjoy, and ho sought for himself no gov ernmental caro that ho did not domand for others. Ho bqlioved in tho rule of tho people,, in their ca pacity, for soifTgovornmont and In tholr right to tho control of their own affairs. Ho did not doubt that they would make mistakes, but jio know that $hoy would bear punishment fot; hoir own mis takes with more, complacency than they would en dure punishment for tho mistakes of others, and ho was certain that their errors would bo uninte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 July 1902

prow The Commoner July 25, 190a KSW- LT' ' Hi' BJii,i J&&J i.'ir .jsk L .. '. . v &. t X Srr quonces that our party rightfully declared It to bo ' ;the paramount Issue. Without abandoning its position on the tariff question or on th.o money question it again espoused, the people's side of a great issue. That it did not win that year was p duo to a conjunction of causes any one of which would have been insufficient io have accomplished defeat. The administration having carried on a lirief and successful war fell heir to the enthusiasm . which usually attends a victorious conflict;, an unexpected increase in the supply of new gold jynd an unexpected influx of European gold, due to ( large crops hero and a famine abroad, increased prices, relieved the stress of hard times and gaVo to the .people the benefits that always flow from a growing volume of money. While the advantages which , followed a larger volume of money vindi cated the principle contended for by bimetallists ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 July 1902

T0I BKMBRPBWS , The Commoner. . Vol. a, No. 37. The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Kntcrcd nt tlic postoflice at Iylncolu, Nebraska, as second, class mail matter. , TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. One Year $1.00 filx Months , ,... oc Three flonths.,.. .-35c Single Copy 5c Sample Copies Prte, Foreign Postage gac Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to "kie Commoner. They can rilso'be sent through newspapers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents have been appointed. All remittances should, be sent by posti office money order, express order, or by baitic draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. oa, means that payment has been received to and including the last issue of January, 1902 Two weeks are required after money is received before the date on the wrnpper can be changed. CHANOB OP ADDRESS. Subscriber requesting a change of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 July 1902

July 35, 190a i JpBoph IL Choate, ambassador to the court d St James, recently advocated the abolition of Fourth of July celebrations in England, "because of the un pleasant' significance of tho event they commemorate." Mr. Choate Is the favorite candidate tor the presidency of that eminent reorganize Don M. Dickinson. Are we to understand that this will be the Choate platform? Mr. Choate' s Platform. Tha retirement of Wu Ting Fang, the Chinese minister to the United States, will be regretted by the very large number of people who have learned to ap preciate the great ability and rare good nature of this Chi nese statesman. Mr. Wu ha3 been able to beat down, so far as ho is concerned, the" prejudice in this country against the Chinese character, and his departure will be generally regretted. f Goodbye' to Mr, Wu. v The Commoner. rigidly to account under tho criminal law as tho less influential violators are held?" If, howover, Mr.' Roosevelt's sincerity In his anti-trust crusado wil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 July 1902

,q'MHt""MIH3rt witwffvrtit ?rwrjw w ftrr WR 6 r ft Current Topics. IT IS PROPOSED BY A NUMBER OF AMER icnn citizens of Polish birth to erect in the city of Washington a statue of Count Pulaski. In a gcn oral way the people of today know who Pulaski was, but if tho American people. generally wero thbroughly familiar with tho history of this great man tho effort on tho part of American citizens oc Polish birth to erect a Pulaski statue would very soon bo reinforced by tho vlgprous efforts., of Americans generally., Pulaski was born for ser vice in liberty's cause. He was but 22 years of ( ago when ho joined with his father and two brothers in a strugglo against despotism. Benja min Franklin, who waB ono of the best judges of men, formed Pulaski's acquaintance, and being apprisod of tho character of the struggle in Ameri ca, Pulaski offered his services to the causo of the American colonists. In 1777 ho enlisted in the col- onial army. At tho battle of Brandywine ho dis played fine cou...

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