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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 July 1902

The Commoner. 7 ,. J 1 July 25, 190a most happy if he could follow faithfully in tho foot-steps of his distinguished predecessor. ARTHUR JAMES BALFOUR, SALISBURY'3 successor, is conceded to be a man of great abil ity. His ancestors were known as "the bloody Balfours," and while for many years the Irishmen were very unfriendly to him, it is said that in re cent years they have entertained for him more kindly views. Balfour is 64 years of age. He en tered parliament in 1874, and in 1878 ho began service as private secretary, to the Marquis of Salis bury, who, by the way, is his uncle. A writer In the New York World, commenting upon Balfour'3 career, says: "He began by being despised; no went on to be hated; and he has now conquered respect." ' This same writer quotes a distinguished Irish clergyman as referring once tp Balfour in these words: "If the people only hated the devil half as much .as they hate you, my occupation would bo gone.i' But this same writer adds: "At last tho Irish...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 July 1902

PMTCw" fg.'jw 8 The Commoner. Vol. a, No. 37. ' ' i - p - - THE HOME DEPARTMENT. Silent Sound. You do not hoar it? Unto mo ,Tho sweot, low Bound coinos cease- losslv 'And, floating floods tho earth and sky With tender tono. You do not hear tho restloss boat Upon tho floor of childish foot Of foot that treat tho flow'ry street Of heaven, alono. 'At morn, at noon, at eve, at night, I hear tho pattor, soft and lignt, And catch tho gleam of wings, snow white, About my door. rAnd on tho silont air is borne ,Tho voico that from my world was torn That left mo, comfortless, to mourn, Forovor moro. Sometimes, thoro floats from out tho streot, , . rA burst of laughter, shrill and sweet, And I, forgetting, turn to greet My darling fair. Soft as tho rlpplo of tho stream Breeze-hissed uoneath tho moon s pale beam, How strangely real doth it soemi, And ho not there. rAh, no; you cannot hear him call; You catch no laugh, no light footfall; I am his mother that is all. And Ho who said "I will not l...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 July 1902

k . The Commoner. vaEH July 35, 190a & & r 1 . ' cheerful encounters with obstacles which only cheerful industry can over- . como, and there must ho no despising - of tho plain, common, coarser duties, which are no, less duties, because of their uninviting looks, and the care ful accomplishment of which is so nac cssary to the comfort and health o the home; there must be conscien- - tious, vigorous, faithfuLand intelligent work and purpose along all needed lines. Deal honestly with your duties, take a pride in doing all well. Do not al low yourself to form habits of shift lessness and shirking. "Your sins will find you out" at tho very mosl iriopportune moment, If you do. Go into tho kitchen with your mother, 01 some practical friend skilled in all housewifely arts, and learn to make bread, biscuits, rolls, the commoner puddings, pies, sauces, salads; to roast and to broil and to boil; to cook - the coarser sorts of food well, and to dish up daintily the commonest ar ticles ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 July 1902

The Commoner. 10 Vol. a, No. 27. k' WHETHER COninON OR NOT. r. Wnltlnjf Stool rod oiled and po'lfsliod And th'o rcol is running froo; Linos havo nil boon tosted Box of tacklo good ,to soe; y Waltfng for iho signal 4 NoW to talco tho trajn and go,. A flslilng in Lake Ida, ,-,. Wlibrp tho ''; " I . ( ;. " BJg , ' ' . f ''" .'.''lias's. t i'. ,Ml " ' Grow. t- Charloy Bidman waiting ,, jyith tho-minnows for my books; Overalls and straw hat Comfort takes tho place of looks. Rocky Point is waiting, And tho waves wash'soffand low Along tho shores of- Ida Whoro tho Big ' 'Bass ' ' ' " 'r Grow. : "' ; Brqezcs- softly blowing' O'or, tho waters cool and deep; Song birds sweetly singing Whore woodland shadows creep It'tf hard uponr a fellow (Waiting for tho day to go A fishing in -Lake Ida 'Whoro tho , Big . . . ' Bass . -s -' Grow. A Pitiful Plaint. To the Editor of tho .Housewife's Homo Comfort: As a husband and a father I have a complaint to make con cerning your journal, and others of the s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 July 1902

fwwjr Hi ' The Commoner. July 35, 1903 11 J J Prt .41 m m m w 4' THE SMITH COURTMARTIAL. Tho findings in the court-martial proceedings of Gen. Jacob H. Smith were made public July 16. General Smith was convicted because of his famous kill and burn' order .and was sentenced to be admonished hy the reviewing authority. Secretary Root's lettor transmitting the court proceed ings, is as follows: "I transmit herewith the record and 1 proceedings upon the trial of Brigadier General Jacob H. Smith -by court-martial) convened under your order dated April 21, 1902, and now Drought before you as reviewing authority. "General Smith was found guilty of conduct to the prejudice of good order and military discipline, in that he gave in the. fall of 1901 to Major L. W. Wal ler of the marine corps, then serving with a battalion of marines under hi3 orders, as commander of the Sixth sep arate brigade in Samar, the follow ing oral instructions: "'1 want no prisoners. I wish you to kill and burn; the ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 July 1902

' wnf 13 The Commoner. Vol. a, No. a7. .v H Iff ; , " r,- THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. A Denvor, Colo., dispatch reports tho death of Mrs. Thomas M. Patterson, wife of Sonator Patterson of Colo rado, on July 10. Tho United States navy department has decided to send an additional war ship to La Guayra, ahd the Marietta has been selected for tills sorvico. IClng Victor Bmanuol of Italy ar rived in St. Petersburg on a visit to the czar on July 13, and great festivi ties aro boing colobratod in his honor. been implicated, are under arrest. Tho feonato protests against tho action of President Cucstas as unconstitutional and accuses him of desiring, to estab lish a dictatorship. Two powdor magazines at the 1,200 foot level of tho Daly-West mine near Park City, Utah, exploded on July 10, and tho loss of life cannot yet be esti mated. Twenty-seven dead bodies wore recovered that day, and it is feared that many more aro yet in tho mines. It is rumorod that Goneral Leonard Wood, recently governor ge...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 July 1902

The Commoner. July 35, 1903 13 '." tf-r IT . "i l.i , r 'Aii -ra &k: ? ME i&i tS PTj ' j 3P - it ' e. but two escaped. The cruiser went up like a flash, the explosion-being heard for several miles and sriowers of debris were scattered far and wide. Three small boats lying alongside were de stroyed with their occupants. The United States cruiser Helena, which was in the vicinity, picked up the two survivors from the wreckage. ' . ; A dispatch from St Paul, Minn., dated July 12, says; Four hundred boiler makers and helpers on the Great Northern railway system, who wont on strike for higher wages some -six weeks ago, will return to work on Monday morning. The strike was set tled at a conference between a com mittee of strikers and the officials of Co Democrats. DO YOU WANT TO KNOW HOW TO WIN IN 1904? Dr. Geo. H. Sherman, Detroit, Mich., says: "It is the only Issue Hint will keep all the factions together and prevent third party organizations." HOW TO TRBAT TUB TRUSTS AND HOW TO...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 July 1902

'WP ,h The Commoner. t. 14 Vol. 2, No. 37. . THE FORUM OP THE WfiEKLY PRESS -- fl r k r & B. THE PRESIDENT AND THE TRUSTS THE BLIGHT OF CLEVELANDISM Scrlbnor (Nob.) News: How dons President Roosevelt know 'that the Shormah anti-trust law is not suffic iently stringent wlidn his attorney general has novor tried to enforce it? Eastbh (Md.) Star Domocrat: The success of Mr. Roosovelt's efforts to socuro tariff- concessions in behalf of Cuba may bo regarded as typical of tho support lio will rocolvG from a re publican congress in aiiy effort he may mako to curtail tho power of the trusts. , Franklin (Pa.) Spectator: President Roosovolt never once asked congress to do a thing against the trusts. Ho waited until ho camo to Pittsburg to dolivor that dramatic "pronundtamonto, knowing it to bo a harmless thunder bolt as long as Ntho republicans have control. Centorvtllo (Miss.) Joffersonian: President Roosevelt has decided to mako war on tho trusts. Mr. Prosldent, tho people know that co...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 July 1902

July 25, 190a 1 15 I tie Commoner. News of the Week w (Continued from Pago 13.) build a lino from Galveston to Du luth, with a line running up the Sioux river valley into North Dakota, with a branch line from Brookings to tho Missouri river along the North and .South Dakota lines. , i 1 A message from Honolulu, July S, ' via San Francisco to tho Chicago Tri bune, says: A. S. Humphreys has an- nounced his resignation as circuit judge. He was the first judge op pointed in Hawaii after its annexation as a territory. He Vas appointed by President McKinley, Soon after tak ing tho bench he became involved in difficulties with local attorneys, part ly on account of his seventy In court room pra'ctice. In June, 1901, he went to Washington to. defend himself .againgt charges preferred by tho Ha- , -waiian Bar association, which sought his removal. He was sustained by tho ' attorney general and' the president, t and returned to Hawaii to resume, his .place on the bench. According to the censu...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 July 1902

! 1 6, The Commoner. Vol. 2, No. 27. i , Items of Interest Hamburg's shipping trade with Aus tralia doubled in 1901. Thirty thousand Filipinos havo boon vaccinated by Americans. Practically all of the nitrato supply of tho world cornea from Chile. " Quarantine wa first established against Infectious diseases in tho tenth contury. Tho soil of tho- larger part of Man churia and Mongolia is of a sedimen tary formation. Tho winters are very cold In Man churia, tho ground being frozoh to tho depth of sovoral fcoL Two coal mines aro now in success ful operation in Alaska. They produce good steam coal. Tho volume of tho world's com merce is two and a half or threo times as great as it was 30 years ago. Two modern flouring mills, with 'Amorican machinory, havo recently been constructed at Harbin, Man churia. Seattle's oxports to Japan aro now about $5,000,000 per annum, which is cloven times what thoy wore six years ago. Tho highest mountain's in Cuba reach -greater hoights than any peaks I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 August 1902

The Commoner. WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, J c i i. u w -i i Vol. a. No. 28. Lincoln, Nebraska, August 1, 1903. Whole No. 80. Morgan Rightly Measured. 2. Americana will be interested tor-know that Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany has surveyed J. Pier pont Morgan and correctly measured him. The kaiser is reported as saying: "Try as I could his conversation failed to reveal to me that ho had any clear comprehension of the vast harmonies and conflicts of the commercial universe. I was amazed to find him not well informed regarding the historical and philosophical development of nations." He added that Mr. Morgan struck him as being "a man who is absorbed in Immediato problems and incapable of seeing consequence? far ahead." The kaiser is a discerning man; in a Bhort visit with Morgan ho found out what seems not to be apparent to many Americans, namely, that the. great financier is perfectly blind to tho natural and necessary consequences that will fol low his schemes. If Morgan w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 August 1902

' -L. ..'.! 1!" 2 for twenty yoars been tho oarnost, conslstont and unswerving advocato of low tariff.' If the editor of tho Telegram will exaraino tho record ho will fcavo ta admit that Mr. Cleveland has neither boon earnest nor conslstont nor unswerving in his ad vocacy of a low tariff. On tho contrary, ho has by his conduct shown very llttlo Interest In tho sub ject of tariff reform, and oven his speeches (which havo been moro conslstont than his acts) do not discloso any broad understanding of tho principles Which control tho quostion. Ab to tho second proposition, that a low tariff Is "tho present livo issue" and that it Is "tho only rational means yet discovered to properly curb thp trusts," Tho Commonor has already spoken. Imperialism is a live issuo; tho money question must bo alivo or tho republicans would not oo uttempting to socuro an assot currency, branch banks and a redoomablo sllvor dollar, and tho trust quostion, whllo related to a high tariff, is oven broador than t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 August 1902

The Commoner. Aug. i, iooj re LX - s 117. L 7 t. ft: ? F?t working them off on the public." Well, the trusts need not fear much harm from a president who does not object to private monopolies, does' not object to their methods or to the destruction of individual enterprises., but only objects to the frauds, practiced on stockholders by promoters. It would seem that the president has either been scared out or that he never had much in tention of interfering, with the trusts. jjj v Letter to the Tilden Club. v In a former issue of The Commoner notice was given of the finding and answering of the in vitation sent by the Tilden club. It was also stated that the answer would bo published in The Com moner if given to the public by the club. As tho letter has been published in the eastern papers It is reproduced below. As the invitation did not disclose the name of the officials, the acknowledge ment was addressed to "The Secretary of the Til den Club;" Lincoln, Neb., July 8, 1902. Secreta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 August 1902

wir1' ;"jniffidtii V- The Commoner. Vol. 2, No. 38. ': The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Kntercd at the jipstofficc at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second das mail matter. fc TERMS-PAYAULB IN ADVANCE. OrjeYear ti.oe I I Three rienttis...,., 35c Six Mentha 50c J Single Cepy 5c Sample Copies Pree. Foreign Postage 53c Extra. 1 : ,., m:.:.t" , " :' , ' , ' . : SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Commoner. They can also be sent through newspapers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents have been appointed. ATI remittances should be sent by post office money order, express order, or $y bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual checks, stamps, or saoney. RENEWALS. -The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. 02, means that payment has been received to and including the last issue of January, 1903 Two weeks are required after money is received before the date, on the wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OP ADDRES...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 August 1902

; 5 1 HTi I - 'T- t Ati..itioo3 Mrs. Thomas M. Patterson, wife of Senator Patterson of Colorado, died in Denver, July 16. In his great bereavement Sena tor Patterson will have the ten der sympathy of a very large number of people who have como to know him and to re spect him W his ability and fidelity to duty. Senator Patterson's Loss. . Investigate ' , These. . . Things.. Mayor Low of New York lias" made an ap peal for funds to be used in the erection of a f monument in Manila to Doctor .Better Rizal, the Filipino patriot Than Rizal, it will be remembered, Granite. sacrificed his life in the cause of Filipino liberty. It will occur to a great many people that a Philippine republic would be a better monument to this patriot than, any block of granite that could bo carved by the hand of man. Senator Thomas C. Piatt of New York is fluoted as saying: "We can elect a yellow dog for governor this year," There Tlmo Is such a thing as being alto- to, gether too sanguine, and while Think. t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 August 1902

-Jf" The Commoner. Vol. a, No. 28. -- mnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmtmmmmmmwmmmmmmnmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmm Current Topics. mmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmwimmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmKmmmummmtmtmimmmmm AN INTERESTING GAME OF CHESS BY mail Is now In progress. S. Knisor, a resident Of Canton, 0., and II. Bloch, of Warsaw, Russia, are tho contestants. Fourteen days are required for atN letter to pass between tho players and it Is esti mated that tho gamo will last for three years. Tho purso Is $5,000, three-fourths of which goes to tho winner. ALFONSO, THE YOUNG KING OF SPAIN, has had tho honor of signing a docreo establish ing within his kingdom tho eight-hour law. This docreo limits to eight hours tho working day for womon and children. Tho real credit for this good measure, to bo suro, belongs to the ministry, but tho young king's name is associated with tho plan and many good things are now being said of young Alfonso by tho working classes of his country. AN INTERESTING EXPERIMENT HAS been made in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 August 1902

The Commoner. Aug. 1, 190a 7 r'v I.V: 11 Iflfi I ifletermlned to remain In South" Africa and that they wcro anxious that every Boer should remain iwith them and contribute to the general welfare oi the Dutch people. MANY YEARS OF EFFORT WILL BE RE emlred to repair the damage done the British finances by the South African war. The present cash balance In the British exchequer is $15,000, 000, said to be the lowest amount held in years as a balance. For tire last quarter Great Britain's expenditures have exceeded her receipts by $89, 848,290. Since 1899 Great Britain's national debt lias risen from $3,200,000,000 to $3,690,000,000. A writer in the Boston Herald, referring to this subject, says: British revenue was unusually large for the quarter. The effect ofnew taxation was felt; the new tax on grain brought in $3, 500,000 additional, and the taxes on sugar and coal exports, in force only a small part of the same quarter in the previous year, contributed a full quarter's receipts, a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 August 1902

R 8 The Commoner. Vol. a, No. a8. i THE HOME DEPARTMENT. Ilavlnjt no Time. It Is a constant complaint among woman, wliothor thoy lccop ono servant or nono, that thoy "havo no time" that thoy aro "hurried to death," "tied down" and ovorburdenod with- tasks thoy hardly hopo over to see finished. Indeed, the avorago woman at homo or abroad would seem to bo "ovorlaBting y at it," for sho carries her work, or tho worry of it, with hor, wherever sho go 08. Thoro aro always a hundred things uncommonccd, or unfinished that de mand her attontion and command tho employment of hor hands. Outsido of hor regular routine work thoro arise numberless unloolced for, unforsocn, and utterly unprepared for Interrup tions which involve a great loss cf timo as woll as an upsetting of all woll regulated theorios, yet which can not bo sot aside or ignored. There must bo numberless turnings asido to meet thoso oxtra issues, and In the meantime her regular duties must go on, or tho neglecting of thorn involv...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 August 1902

The Commoner. Aug. it 190a 9 v !, ;,.- f - eggs should ever boll, otherwise you Will have a curdle Instead of a cream. Make dish cloths of glass toweling or thin, coarse muslin. Always wash your dish towels out In water con taining a very small amount of bak ing soda, and hang in the sun, or dry with heat. Do not allow any cloth used about dishes "or cooking vessels to lie about In a wad, wet with dish water. Rub out your family or kitchen wash basin every day with a cloth, or.paper, slightly wet with" coal oil. Whatever elso you neglect, do not neglect your towels, or kitchen cloths. Keep them perfectly clean and sweet with soap, water and sunshine. It saves doctor bills. Do riot despise the "small things" which conduce to sanitation. A box of powdered borax is a good thing to have in the house. The sink and drains should be well and often sprin kled with a solution of copperas or carbolic acid, and a good disinfectant should be frequently employed In hot weather. All beds and bedd...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 August 1902

i The Commoner. "Vol. a, No. a8. I.O Ft ( TS WHETHER COnnON OR NOT. Ren! Heroe. Whllo wo'ro giving our attention to tho heroes of tills earth And are boosting some to glory ov'ry day, Lot us, not contract tho Idea that the . men of greatest worth Aro tho men whoso deeds consist ' of great display. .War produced somo mighty horoos wlio have loft a deep Impress And aro worshipped by tho mon of ov'ry climo; But when talking of real heroes let us honestly confess Thoy'ro tho mon who Icoop on hust ling all tho time. Lot us not annox tho idea that a hero's horn of war, For tho greatest heroes novor fought And the mon who did most fighting as a rule you'll And thoy aro ' Fellows who wore very seldom in tho right. No, tho very groatest heroes that tho roll of history fills Nover had their deeds or worth writ up in rhymo. Thoy'ro tho heroes of the workshops, of tho farms and of tho mills They're tho heroes that keep hust ling all tho time. You may talk of martial horoos till tho toot of Gabr...

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