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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 August 1902

? The Commoner. Aug. i, 196a 11 I- ' IN THE POLITICAL FIELD. i 'I 1 1 .i 1 M H 1 . Missouri held two state conventions this year. The first one was held at Springfield and was called the judi cial convention. At that convention candidates for the supreme court were nominated. It will ho remembered that the resolutions committee in the Springfield convention reporteda plat form which ignored the national plat form. A minority report providing for the indorsement of the Kansas City platform was prepared hy David R. Ball, and the minority report was adopted by a vote of 601 to 199. The second convention was really the state 'convention proper and met at St. Joseph, July 22. This conven tion nominated John A. Knott of Han nibal and Joseph Rice' of Moberly to be railroad and warehouse commis sioners and William T. Carrington of, Springfield to be state superinten dent of public schools. The platform adopted indorsed the administration of Governor Doclcery and related largely to state aff...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 August 1902

WWWWVWJBP The Commoner. 13 Vol. a, No. a8. V PWfl THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. On July 10th tho convention of the united mine workers adjourned at Ind ianapolis after declaring against a general striko that would involve tho soft coal minors, providing for tho raising of a fund with -which to aid tlio striking anthracite miners, and Is suing an appeal to tho American peo ple for support. The resolutions adopted to this effect set forth in do tall tho hardships and injustice undpr which coal diggers labor and esti mated tho number to bo taken caro of as 150,000 mon and their families. On July 21 tho first financial assistance was sent to tho strikers, when $50,000 was forwarded to tho secretaries of the threo anthracito districts to bo ap plied to the relief of tho sufferers. As regards tho status of Filipinos abroad, a dispatch from Washington says: Gradually tho status of the Filipino In his relation to foreign countries Is being established. Tho state department has Anally decided how it...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 August 1902

The Commoner. Aug. i, 190a 13 f h r I To Democratic Readers It was the Treat Werkers that defeated us In 1900. They Wanted to Vote for Mr. Bryan, but weuld net vote themselves out of their jobs. But If we make the Referendum the Paramount Issue, by -which to settle the Important questions, we will have all the (Jules Caber ofthc Country, and 2,000,000 Republicans to help us get it. Rbad HOW TO TREAT THp TRUSTS ...AND HOW TO WIN IN 1904..- Price, 35 Cents, postpaid. Abbxy Pxkss, 1x4 Fifth Avenue, N. Y. City. TO. ENCOURAGE SETTLERS we Rive away free 63-acre tracts iu Montgomery county, Georgia, and 78-acre tracts iri Fenery county, Tena. All we charge is $3 for making out deed. Good title. Healthy climate. Soil the best for fruit and grain. Send for circular?. No restrictions. U. S. LAND SYNDICATE, '55 Washington Street, Chicago, IU. FREE FARMS. LEAHN PROOF It KADI NO. If you possess a fair cd ucatlon why not utilize It at a gcntccl and uncrowded profession paying $15 to $35 weekly. S...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 August 1902

The Commoner.. i-4 Vol. a, No. 28. 9 s . 4 FORUM OF THE WEEKLY PRESS ' " C5 fe 1 . . . . Rogers (Tox.) Nows: Tho reorgan- izor is a republican in tho guiso of a democrat. Rockvlllo (Ind.) Tribune: Tho Min nesota democratic platform noeds no interpreter. Bolivar (Mo.) Herald: Whenever a . follow gets to bq a dead duck In the democratic party ho at onco becomes a man of somo importance according (o tho republican press. Sulphur Springs (Tox.) Democrat: The groat mass of tho democratic parr ty believe in tho principles of their party, as enunciated in their national platforms at Kansas City and Chica go, more strongly, ir possiblo, than whon they wore adopted. Upper Sandusky (0.) Chief: The Declaration of Indopondonco was not road in tho Philippines on tho Fourth of July. As a substitute a proclama tion was read, granting amnesty to the Filipinos who have been fighting lor their freedom. What a change in principle in glorious America since wo have colonial possessions. Batavia (0.) Sun...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 August 1902

ftt The Commoner. I - J Aug. i, 190a 15 4 ' News of the Week '(Continued from. Pago 13.) slon to proceed to South Africa Aug ust 9, and inquire into the sentences Imposed by the military courts, wltn the view of ascertaining whether it is expedient that such sentences and fines be remitted or reduced. In denying a rumor that Dr. Leyds, who was the European agent of the Transvaal, was returning to South Af rica, Mr. Chamberlain, the colonial secretary of England, made th1o im portant announcement on July 23 that all those not of African birth who had fought against the British could not be allowed to return to South Africa. Reports as to the health condition? among the American soldiers in the Philippines contain records of hero ism of the men detailed to serve as nurses for the cholera patients, and the commanding officers are taking opportunities to make special mention of the brave work of those engaged in the work. A report dated July 25 says: Four wrecks, three of them resulting...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 1 August 1902

KS&" : ' "'. - !fi f 16 The Commoner. . wi.ss.- I 1 Society. la it progression or a reversion to type ? New Yorlc Times. MBMoMnruiRffraannMiHHvanMainMaHnHHHaaHM GOOD SHORT STORIES. . i An interesting story showing-how on tale of woo as ho stropped the razor: old colored -woman- oncer worsted Col onel Ingorsoll is related by a writer in the Woman's Homo Companion. When Robert G. Ingorsoll came to Washington from the west, his head filled with legal lore and Infidelity, or it would be batter to call It agnost icism, ho encountered in one of the corridors of the capltol an old negro woman vigorously scrubbing the floor when she heard any one coming, and "when the footsteps died away busily reading her Bible. He slipped up on her very qulotly one morning, and taking her by sur prise; with her Bible, he said: "Mary, do you believe all you road there?" "I sutanly do," she replied; 'obery word, Colonel Ingorsoll." . "Do you bellevo that God made man out of dust?" Tn onnnn T Anna ill UU...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 August 1902

m Ine Commoner. r V WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ol. 3. No. 29. Lincoln, Nebraska, August 8, 1902. Whole No. 81. iovernment by Injunction. The democratic party aroused the opposition the corporations by declaring against govern ment by injunction both at Chicago and at Kan- vJas City. The leaders of the party saw the dangers that lurk- in that extraordinary process when m voked by corporations against theljr employes. Somoxof the laboringmen recognized the fidelity of the democratic party to the rights of the people and supported our ticket, but many of them, blind to their interests, were misled by republican promises, while others yielded to the coercion practiced by employers. There is an old proverb which says that the wise man foreseoth the evil and hldeth himself while the foolish pass on and are punished. This proverb in its condensed form reads: The wise man gets the idea into his head, the foolish man gets it in the neck. Judge Jack eon of West Virginia is now ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 August 1902

. 1 ' a The Commoner. t ' Vol a, No. 29.' A i'J eulogized and omulatod; evil and only evil can como from Idealizing the blood-thirsty soldier. On nnothor page will bo found tho very conclu ulvo roply mado by Dr. Spraguo of Ea'st Orango, N. J., to another and oqually vulnerable part of tho president's West Point speech. It Is worthy of porusal. JJJ Iowa Republicans and the Tariff. Govornor Cummins of Iowa has entertained vory pronounced views on" tho trust question and ho has had no hesitancy in giving public expres sion to those views. Largely through Governor Cummins' Jnflu nco tho Iowa republican convention of 1901 de clared for such modification of tho tariff schedule as might bo required to provont tariff sholtor to monopolies. When tho republican convention met at Deo Moines July 30th Govornor Cummins led tho light for tho roltoratlon of tho 1901 plank. Influential republican leaders objoctod to the reaffirmation of that planlc, declaring that it was "virtually a plea of guilty...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 August 1902

Commoner. 3 tr v- . s? Aug. 8, "19'oa I . relt's attorney general has instituted civil pro ceedings and 'in tho bill by which these proceed ings were commenced the attorney general referred to tho defendants as "conspirators," and referred to their offense as a "conspiracy But no effort Has been made by this attor ney goneral to proceed against these conspirators under the criminal clause In tho federal an ti-trust law. If there were no good grounds for believ ing that these men had engaged in this con spiracy, then the attorney goneral was" not Justi fied in beginning tho civil proceedings. If he had good- ground for charging In a civil bill that theso men had entered into a conspiracy then it is hl3 duty to institute criminal proceedings also. . . To' insist that criminal proceedings' should bo commenced is neither "hysterical" nor "demagogic y clamor," because Mr. Roosevelt himself, in his Fourth" of Jufy speech, declares that "above and beyond all legislation we need honest and ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 August 1902

WWw'l ,-. - 7 "Thp Commoner, King Ed ward's wound is, healing nicely, but the wound to Mr. Whitelaw Reid's ambition to wear ctito little knickies at a coronation never will. . .? . .'& Vo!. a, No. a9. The Commoner. Of course Mr. Bragg will bo provided for elsewhere. A Roosevelt administration without Bragg, to say nothing of bluster, would bo very tamo, indeed. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered nt the postoflicc at Iylucoln, Nebraska, us second class mail matter. ' TURMS-PAYABLG IN ADVANCE. OneYcar $1,00 Slxriontlts 50c Three, Months..,. 35c Single Copy 5c Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 52c Extra, ... i-iii...i iin 1. 1 .11 . ,1 li 1 . .! -... mi. ' SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Commoner. They can also be sent through newspapers which have adver tised n clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agcuts have been appointed. All remittances should be sent by post office money order, express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. So not send individual check i,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 August 1902

aL-.'Sl The Commoner. A Washington dispatch to the Chicago Tri bune under date of July 2, refers to the speech de Aug. 8, 190a Rear Admiral Crownlnshleld presided at the Aa Interesting Inquiry. iqulry concerning the grounding of the battle ship Illinois, which was Crown inshiold's flagship. The result was that Rear Admiral Crown inshleld absolved himself from all blame in connection with tho .affair. Then Rear Admiral Crowninshield pro- 3ded to approve the verdict of the court of in- inlnr. ThAHo thlncH nromnt the Utica Observer to Bay that "he will be voting himself a medal next ling you know." T-n Tii Rnponh from t.hn bench after sentonc- flng certain labor leaders to jail, Federal Judgo Jackson of Parkersburg, W. va.r referred to labor organizers as "vampires that live and fatten on the honest labor of the coal miners of the country." One may search this judge's speech in vain to discover any reference other than a complimentary one to 'tho coal barons who not only fatten on the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 August 1902
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 August 1902
Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 August 1902

- ' !.- t 8 The Commoner. Vol. a, No. a!. ;i ,v - V V T fc THE HOME DEPARTMENT. Put Out the Lights. Put out tho light. Tho curtains draw asldo. Tho vigil's done; opori tlio -windows wldo. i , Tho ghostly gleam of ovoning's fading light, TV ,Tho deathlike stillness of the middle night, . , ', Tho monstrous fancies of tho fovored brain, ,Tho trembling grasp of lifo, tho puls ing pain fAro over. Sot dlsordordd things to rights. Tho Jiawn is hero at last; put out tho lights. Let in the morning's freshness. As a dream It, flows upon us In a fragrant stream Of strengthening. Par on its joyful way rA soul Is travelling to Immortal day, Safeguarded in tho path that saints have trod By lovel lances of the light of God, Feasting new-opened eyes on holy , ?ishts, ,, , ; Jts, night forever done. Put out jtlio - lights. The birds break out in song. Away with grief! Joy Is the blossom of sincere .belief. Sorrow at best is but a mist-born wraith. Take up again life's duties in .the ";, - faith ......

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 August 1902

r I "K V7 M.t t-tK., The Commoner. Aug. 8, 1902 9 w ffV Ail "i .( 6 tt : I 1 1 V this makeshlf t home for those who iepend upon the wages earned tnerein. Soma Nsted Wenea. Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton callod the first Woman's Rights convention at Seneca Falls, N. Y., in 1848. She is now 87 years old, and lives in New York city a fine, stately old lady, her mind still vigorous and busy, and she writes much on the various questions of the day. Susan B. Anthony, at 82, is still a lion, showing no diminution of physi cal or mental vigor. She delivered her first public address at Cana Joharie, N. Y., in 1849. She was then a school teacher, and society was wonderfully shocked that a woman should dare speak inspublic. Miss Anthony has a comfortable home in Rochester, N. Y., and an income sufficient for her need. Isabella Beecher Hooker, lives in Hartford, Conn. Her first "Woman's Rights address was delivered in 1869, at a meeting in Newport, R. I. She is i widowed, and is 80 years old. She ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 August 1902

KiBB?,T?y,Tff'MM ' v A', The Commoner ID Vol. 2, No. 9. WHETHER COnnON OR NOT. L YES WHEN. i .,'- V .-; fr Wl V.- Strange doings there'll be in the sweet by and by.,, Wlien Philander biffis up a trust. Tho east will be West and the wet will be dry When Philander busts up a (nut. , " Th6 pigs will bo flyiqg on wings of puro white, Tho aun will bo shining through hours of tho -night, And machine politicians will strivo .to do right -1 When Philander busts up a trust. El-e-pbants will grow smaller than little black fleas When Philander busts up a trust. Tho moon will thon furnish all men with greon choeae When Philander busts up a (rust. The trees will grow backwards with roots to tho sky, Old ocoan'a wido bottom will stand high and dry, " The falso will be true and tho truth bo a lio, When PJiilander busts up a trust. The waters of ocean will turn into ink , t,1 WJich Philander busts up a trust. Load bars will float lightly and cork quickly gink. WheH Philander busts up a trust. Tho w...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 August 1902

rTf-" jaMUMMMfcHl The Commoner. 11 Aug. 8, 1903 IK" !?i r IN THE POLITICAL FIELD. The republicans of the Fifteenth Texas district nominated Hon, J. C. Scott for congress on July 28. Thos. H. Grisham has been nomi nated vby the populists and democrats of , the Fourth district of Kansas. The democrats of the Fifth New Jersey congressional district renomi nated Dewitt C. Flanagan of Morris county. The republican campaign in Wis consin is particularly interesting be cause of the peculiar relation occupied by Senator Spooner to the dominant cloment in the part. Mr. LaFollette was renominated to be governor, and while Senator Spooner's services werG commended in the platform, his re election was approved only on condi tion that he indorsed the platform adopted. It is generally believed that if the LaFollette faction control the legislature, that Mr. Spooner will be retired. The Wyoming republican state con vention has renominated the present state officers. - The democratic nominee for go...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 August 1902

I v V V" ll'fvi t The Commoner. 13 Vol. a, No. 29, "t&m&wi MtiJipwjwiwp'i'i"MH )ii ''M'iwiwbii i i n M..MM THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. .11 I III ''"! II MIHI I , II "I " ' " ' ' Dr. Charles Kendall Adams, formor ly prosidont of the University of Wis consin, died nt Itcdlands, Cal., ou July 27 nt the ago of 07 years. Van II. Patterson, formor Judgo of tho supremo court 'of California, diod in San Francisco July 28. Ho was a ntttivo of Now York, and was 64 years old. Jean Georges Vibort, the painter and author, died in Paris on July 28. Ho was born in 1840. Tho president's amnesty proclama tion of July 4 has boon roforred to tho navy department, especially invit ing attention to tho Filipino prisoners at Guam. Tho govornor of Guam has boon notified in turn and tho prisoners yill bo released to any war depart ment transport authorized to return them to the Philippines. The war department at' Washington haB boon advised of tho sailing of tho transport Buford from Manila with 4G2 enlis...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 August 1902

m - - s Tfae Commoner. Aug. 8, 190a 13 I l M . ht - i'p fc fe a patrol of Mexican troops galloped down to the rescue, two of the women and live of the men lay dead. The Yaquis were completely overwhelmed. They were wealc from hunger, and when attacked by superior numbers they wore compelled 'to surrender. Pifteen prisoners were marched to 'Hermosillo, where they will be sen tenced 'by General Torres. There are two YaquI chiefs among the captives. These Indians are supposed to be the last remnant of those who took to the warpath some time ago. A cablegram from Aden, Arabia, un t der date of July 26, says! The British expeditionary force operating against the Mad Mullah in East Africa,.after ' scouting northeast of Damot over an absolutely waterless country, learned the general direction of the. Mullah' forces and his prisoners, and sent off a mounted column, under Colonel Cobee, which, after an eighty-mile chase across the desert, came in con tact with the tribesmen, killed 150 of th...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 August 1902

The Commoner. 14 Vol. a, No. ap. ? n 1 r 6 THE NATION'S HONOR ROLL i "Wut did God mako us raytional crcoturs - for But glory and gunpbwdor, plun . dor and blood ?" Lowoll. "A good soldier must not only bo willing to fight; ho must lo anxloui to fight I do not want"to have any thing to do with him, If ho Is not." Thoodoro Roosovolt. "Put up again tho sword Into hlfl placo; for all thoy that tako tho sword Ehall porlsh with tho sword." Jesus Christ. "Woro half tho power that fills the world with terror Woro half tho wealth bestowed on camps and courts Given to redeom tho human mind from orror, Thoro wore; no need of arsenals and .forts." Longfellow, on the Arsonal at Springfield. f "Peace' hath hof victorlos No less ronowned than war." Milton. Mr. Chairman and Gontlomon: With in tho last two weeks our brilliant and woll-meaning but somewhat impul sive president of tho United Statos declared to a largo audience at West Point as follows: "This institution has completed ics first hundred...

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