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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 August 1902

"? 4 W W i The Commoner. 15 Aug, 8, i TW - -""'' 7' MB r i (5? win Ms, J5w A Satirical Novel on War By ERNEST CROSBY With as Irresistible Drawings by DAN BEARD. V It is a merciless satire on war and militarism in which the parallel be tween savagery and soldiery is unerring ly drawti. It is a biting burlesque on the various forms of cheap hero worship. It holds up to witliering scorn every im portant feature of militarism. It is striking fire everywhere. Authors, artists, public me,i, the press all greet it with enthusiasm or rage, according to their points of view. army with a new riflo and 'la welling the old rifles to China. TuII of wit, sarcasm, and fundamental truths Tins PnmADKi.vniA Icvknxno TKLEaitAPn-"iruU ol good things and overflowing with sharj) stings.' Wm. Lloyd Gajirison "It la a kocn and Just 8atlro on oar military loollshnoaa and crime. It paints tho picturo to Wo." Hodkkt Tiieat Paine "Perhaps Buch books as this, written with witty pen and full of popper and salt, ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 8 August 1902

H0 s The Commoner. Vol. 2, No. Z9. 16 t ! -.' Kb K t m III . . GOOD SHORT STORIES.- Tho Dotroit Froe Press provldos the following: "Very amusing aro tho struggles our jGerman frlonds have with tho Eng lish vocabulary," romarked a gentle man I mot on the smoker' platform. "We had a rollglous revival In our neighborhood, and Annie, -oUr Gorman housoinald, docldod to become ft church member. It was a sect of a lib oral croed, somo of whoso members favorod baptism by immoralon, somo by sprinkling. "Wo did not know which Annie , proforred, although tho question was a nlco ono with ray wife, sho did not think best to urgo or adviso In tho mattor. Tho coromony was porformod one ovonlng, and tho morning there after Annie prosonted horsolf with smiling faco. "Well, Annie said my wife, 'you '"'wore baptised, wore you?' "'Yayes,' said Annio, 'a lootlo.' "Wo subsequently loarned that her Mooter baptism was a sprinkling. "Wo never learned why sho chose tho 'lectio' instead of tho 'big'." The Bal...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 August 1902

HPrW t ; I The Commoner 7 WILLIAT1 J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol." 3. Ttfo. 30, Lincoln, Nebraska, August 15, 1902. Whole No. 8a. A Quiet Little Meeting The New York Commercial Advertiser, In Its issue of August 6, prints what it calls a good story relating to an interview between John W. Gate and JS. H. Harriman. Mr. Gates called on Mr. Harriman who, by the way, is chairman of the board of directors of the Union Pacific Railroad company, and said that he and his friends thought of buying a majority of Union Pacific stock. Mr. Harriman, according to this "good story," took the information very coolly," whereupon Mr. Gates asked him what he would do about it Would he give Gates and his friends representation on the board of directors? "I'll toll you what we will do," replied Mr. Harriman. "When we haVo got you and your friends loaded up with the stock ,we will have a quiet little meeting of the directors and issue $100,000,000 more stock, and that, per haps, will keep you and ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 August 1902

V." -? . .-.' !, ft l.W -Ti r-t IKM rjllJTBV .. PI5,;I ;&f..y.;....,j ni wwWKjr " i' J iv;mv' ' 1 " . ".". The Commoner. 3 'V' Vol. -a, No. 3o. .if i 1 i1rww&m Wr$!Ww$ 4 bl FA announcoa that ho will "in his county convention opposo a general Indorsement of the Kansas City platform and Insist upon specific declarations on each subjoct Included In the platform. He ought to bo accommodated, for the friends of tho Kansas City platform aro not dodgers. A general Indorsement of tho national plat form iswusually sufllclont in a county convention bocauso It covors all national Issues and a reitera tion of each plank, added to the declarations on state and county matters, would make tho plat form unnecessarily long; but If any Hopkins man thinks ho can. prevent a roforohco to tho money question by-demanding a specific plank ho should bo answered by a demand for tho specific indorse ment of evory plank in tho platform. If he objects to the wording of any plank, lot him present his sub...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 August 1902

3 & An. 15, 1903 report the facta to the president; setting forth specifically each and every auch aricle. It was then to be made the president's duty to issue a proclam ation "placing each and every auch artidle when imported Into the United States upon the free list;" and the president was authorized to "fix a .lime not exceeding thirty days from the receipt of the findings of the court at which such article or articles shall be admitted free of duty, and on and after the date fixed by said proclamation, such article or articles shall, when imported Into the United States, be admitted free of duty.' It was provided, also, that whenever such articles are subjected to a tax under the internal revenue laws, the duty on such articles should bo equal to such internal revenue tax and that from and after the 'date fixed by the proclamation, such articles should be admitted, whon imported into the United States, subject to a duty equal to the internal revenue tax. JJJ A Piece of Polit...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 August 1902

rvv-SnwmmmrnmFi ! r,i rjUr ; b r rtrtn ' IH'lB'ljP f"(" 4 The Commoner. LN. The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY, Kntcrcd nt the postofiicc at Iincolu, Nebraska, as second dM uinll innttcr. v. , , , , .,'',, ,', v TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. One Year .'.... $1,00 .SIxHontlis eoc Tli re e TlentUa age Single Copy fie Sample Ceples Fret. Foreign P&ttaqe ga Extra. 1 ' ' , , SUBSCRIPTIONS can be flent direct to Tha Commoner. They can also be sent through newnpnpera which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local ngenta, where such agents kftve been appointed, All remittances should be sent by post ffice money order, express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual check I, stamps, or money. RENBWALS.Thc da,te on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. oa, mean that payment laaa been received to and including the last issue Qf January, 1903 Two weeks are required after money is received before the date a the wrapper can be changed....

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 August 1902

:S t i Aug. !, 190a The Dallas '(Tex.) News makes proper xdistinc tlom when It says: "The accumulation of wealth by American citizens is not A wrong, provided it comes by in- Proper telligent and honest effort. It is Distinction, the accumulation of money through legalized privilege and the oppression of the masses by exacting from them tho fruits of their labor unjustly that plays the mischief. Tho trains of prosperity will not al ways be able to make time on tho Dlngloy sche dules." In a recent address Rudyard Kipling said: ''Recent experience has taught us that we must j not allow a whole population to Teaching grow up In Ignorance of shoot Men Ing. Rifle shooting should be to War. taught tho same as are the A, B, C's. Such a course would not 'produce barbarians. Everything must be sub ordinated to shooting quickly." Mr. Kipling's re mark certainly represents the spirit of the times; but there are yet" a few old-fashioned people who will bo content if rifle shooting is not made a...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 August 1902

rrk-xv 'fvvmamt Ifc, " WBT DHrasrar .-5 tomjsxmxzMsn'' ,4 4 - 6 ' I U Mi. 4 e Current Topics. ' ' mmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmamtmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmt THERE ARE INDICATIONS THAT THE COM bination of all tho great packing houses into one trust Will bo accomplished at an early day. Negotiations to this ond havo beon under way for somo time. Tho purchase of tho Ham mond company by Armour & Co. has beon formal ly announced, and It Is believed that this is but the initial move toward an organization of all tho concerns. Tho Tow York World prints an inter esting table showing that tho probable total capi talization of this groat trust will bo $201,000,000. Somo idea of tho immonso Interests affected by this proposed organization may be obtained by a glanco at the following figures: Swift & Co., capital, $25,000,000; annual business, $200,000,000; stock value in morgor, $75,000,000. Armour & Co., capital, $20,000,000; annual business, $200,000,000; stock value in morgor, $60,000,000. Nolson...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 August 1902

Aug. 15 1 190a I -7 The Commoner. t-nswer: 'If, perchance, some of our tariffs are no longer needed for revenue or to encourage and promote our industries at home, why should they not be employed to extend and promote our markets abroad?'" Ott THE QUESTION OF TRUSTS ATTENTION Is directed by this same republican corre spondent that "the republican orator looking for material for denunciation of the trusts will find little of it in this text book. He will find what his democratic opponents will probably declare to be a republican apology for trusts in the shape of figures reprinted from a special bulletin of the de partment of labor tending to show that since trusts have been organized in certain industries the number of men employed has been increased and the average rate of wages has advanced." THIS PUBLICATION IS REFERRED TO BY this writer as an "arsenal of information." Referring to the tables printed in this book, which tables seek to show the great advantage, to the people, of r...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 August 1902

mmmm&miwimm-z4mmmi 'W1'5.T'-'V'- V7wpifl UiPJJUiLJiLLI W'" ts, f V' VxtWV ' .11 wwprr" ?'H',y '- V. ''. t. 8 The Commoner. Vol. a, No. 3o. m -7. . ,. - y' -. TMK - f i.t, ? t M :n THE HOME DEPARTMENT. The Hutch. If lovo were what tho rose Is, And I woro lllco tho loaf, Our Uvea would grow togothor In sad or singing weather, Blown fields or floworful closes, Groon pleasure or gray grief; i If lovo wero what tho roso is, t And I wero llko tho loaf. If I woro what tho words aro, And lovo wore liko tho tune, With double sound and single Dolight our lips would mingle, "With kisses glad as birds, aro That got sweet rain at noon; If I woro what tho words aro, And lovo woro liko tho tune. If you woro life, my darling, ' And I, your lovo, woro death, We'd shiuo and snow togothor Ere March made sweot tho weather With daffodil and starling And hours of fruitful broath; If you wero llfo, my darling, And I, your lovo, wore-death. If you wero thrall to sorrow, And I woro page to joy, We'd pla...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 August 1902

The Commoner. 9 Af. 151903 one full pint of vinegar, three lemons, chopped. Slip the skins from tho ber ries, put them to boll In a porcelain kettle, press the pulp through a wire seive to remove the seeds, and when the skins are cooked tender, add to the pulp, with tho sugar, vinegar and lemons, tying the spices up in a thin cloth. Cook gently for one hour, or until it is well thickened; seal in air tight glass jars. Grape Catsup. Boil the grapes with out skinning, first mashing them a lit tle to extract ..the Juice, about ten pounds. Strain through a coarse solve, removing skins and Seeds; add to the pulp one pint of vinegar, one tablespoonful of cloves, two table spoonfuls of ground cinnamon, scant half teaspoonful of cayenne pepper. Let boil about one and one-half hours, stirring all the time; when thick, bot tle and seal. The Good Time Coming. More and more, it is becoming rec ognized that all women are not equal ly endowed with abilities ndcessary to enable them to become sati...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 August 1902

aaturswujm :tw f i&sjt M The Commoner. W Vol. a, No. 3o. ' --- "-- 10 1 i i I i i ' ' '" WHETHER COnnON OR NOT. ., 1 ' Whtn the Clock Strikes Nine 'Back to tho homo of childhood days, To scones of long ago; 'AUdst old-timo scenes and old-tlrao ways To wander to and fro. Beneath tho moss-grown old roof tree; " 'Midst lilac htish and vino HarlcJ Through tho mlBt of gathered years Hear tho clock strike nlno! Woot visions come of days agono When on this porch we stand; Wo feel again tho loving touch Of mother's tender hand. .Wo hear tho slow and solomn tick, Tho same low, warning sign That always camo from out its wheels Ere tho clock struck nine. In yonder room the old clock stood With quaint and solomn faco; Thero, too," each night we'd gather 'round Tho cheery old flro-placo. Thoro 'round each child a mother's arms , , Would lovingly entwine, A mother givo a good-night kiss When tho clock struck nine. Thoro, too, the ancient bookcase stood Well filled with treasures rare, But one...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 August 1902

The Commoner. 11 Att. I5 1903 , IN THE POLITICAL FIELD. A dispatch from Detroit, Mich., un der date of August 8, says: The prohi bition state convention , today nomi nated a complete state ticket, headed by Walter S. Westerman of Adrain for governor. The platform adopted con tains but two planks, one protesting against the legalization of the liquor traffic and the other declaring for equal suffrage. Chairman Cosgrove of the demo cratic congressional committee of the Second Nebraska district has called the convention to nominate for con gress on Saturday, August 16. Douglas, Sarpy and Washington counties com prise this district mm 1 A dispatch from Nashville, Tenn., under date of August 8, says: Chair man Thompson of the democratic state executive committee estimates a ma jority of 40,000 for the ticket in yes terday's primary for judges of the su preme court and court of chancery ap peals. M. C. Fitzpatrick (dem.) has defeated Hon. C. E. Snodgrass (dem.) for congress in the Fourth ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 August 1902

m wpwpw The Commoner. 13 V a, fo. 3o. v -- THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. An intorosting dispatch from Balti more, Md., Bays: A unique ongino has just boon completed by tlio Baltimore & Ohio railroad at its Mount Clair shops, this city. It is designed for tho use of ofllclals in making Inspec tion trips. Though called an inspec tion ongino, it roally answers tho pur poso of a whole train. Tho ongino has a small passenger coach constructed on top of tho boiler, back of tho smoko litack. Tho boiler is heavily covered with asbestos and tho floor of tho car with Brussels carpot. Tho seats in tho coach aro arranged in amphithca tro stylo, so as to glvo ovory ono In thd car full vlow of tho track and sur rounding country. Passengers enter the car by winding stairs on olthor side of tho front pilot. The ongino may bo readily run in olther direction. Tho socialists of Franco have taken position in support of the govern ment 6n tho school closing question. Tho offects of tho police have suc ceede...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 August 1902

-The Commoner. Aug. 15, 190a 13 j v To Democratic Readers. It -was the Trust Werkers that defeated as in 1900. They Wanted te Vet for Mr. Bryan, but would aet vote themselves out f their jobs. But if we wake the Referendum the Paramount Is5we, by which to settle the Important question, we will have all the Uaien Labor of the Country, and 2,809,909 Republican to help us get it. Kkm HOW TO TRBAT TUB TKUSTS ...AND HOW TO WIN IN JM4... Trice, 25 Cents, postpaid. Abbxy Frss, 114 Fif h Arenttc, N. Y. City. t aacperlee Beaded sealtloa Beraaaaeat; self-seller, Ht P lsT.amtta.aua4 aj jjg fjr Pbjjib itr. Oo.,atara WCtaalaaaVl O. 5 to 12 WEEKLY for copytag letters for us In your ana hone, outntaand particulars free. Address, ladies' Home Magazine, PMUdel&kIa,I?eaaa7lYaala. ABOUT PATENT MATTERS WRITX TO WALLACE A. BARTLETT, PATENT ATTORNEY, Washington, D. C BOOK vTells yoa how to grow Ginseng Its. cultiTation at staple and easy an anxxarden plant. Thegreatest mnn.v M.litnv nlanl at nartb. A...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 August 1902

g77iJ y'-fWRwmjp'yfrw wi IJ L1 JJPUP FJR ' 4 N j ?-: 4 'A H The Commoner. Vol. a, No.3o. H t i - - -r ' I . , FORUM OF THE WEEKLY PRESS , s I ' ' ' ' ill I II . - , . ff iT Batav'ia (0.) Sun: Tho recent har- jnbny dinner in Now York held un- dor Now Joraoy auspices was notablo for tho absonco of roal democratic leadors. "; Hamlin (W. Va.) Monitor: How would ttoo sugar beet do for an emblem in tho next presidential campaign? .Thoro is some doubt about the, "full dinner pail" working again. Bonton Harbor (Mich.) Times: Tho republican party stands for slavery and polygamy at least congress voted in favor of it, by voting against a bill' to wipe it out. Memory of Lincoln, whore art thou? Gunnison (Colo.) News-Champion: Roosevelt said ho pardoned those Fili pinos on tho Fourth of July by virtue, of power vosted in him by tho consti tution. But tho supremo court told us tho constitution did not apply to Filipinos. Albia (la.) News: The democratic party will bo true to its best tradi tions...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 August 1902

The Commoner. 15 Aug. ig, 190a GOOD SHORT STORIES. First Prayers. William E. Chandler and Henry W. Blair, the New Hampshire statesmen, were bitter enemies for a time, but have become reconciled, in a measure since the former's defeat for re-election to the United States senate, says the Philadelphia Times. Meeting re cently, Chandler said to Blair: "I'm not feeling well this morning. Awful pain in my back lumbago or lomething, I fear." "Too bad!" said Blair, sympathetic ally. "When did it come on?" "Last night," replied Chandler, "just aa I kneeled down to say my prayers." "Too bad!" said- Blair again. "Must be awful discouraging to have such a thing happen the first time you ever tried it." you mean?" "Well, ma'am, I am just returning to dust" No Doubt of Identity. One morning a banker stepped into his office, says the New Yorker, and most effusively greeted his bookkeep er who had entered his service just twenty-five years before, at the same time handing him a closed envelope wit...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 15 August 1902

isi '. c''"im ni9mA wytjiwe ?7 trsfFr-wT"- EH.TT Li,hJl' ALauiAlMM "j?HrwwTwfl,jiwK'wmtri The Commoner. 16 Vol. 2, No. 3o, With the Pararapfcr. df Houston Pout: Smith would doubt less like to give order to kill and bum jfvery president over 10 years of ag. Columbus Press: Judge Jackson has fV enjoined the miners from doing al- most everything except slaving for th , coal trust and broathlng. i Pittsburg Dispatch: It Is now given tout that General Smith did not Issue ' that "klll-and-burn" order, but mere ly hinted It. Which defense Is worse ' than the Indictment ' Now York Life: It Is officially re ported that the Filipinos are learn ing to love our institutions. Is this anothor oxompllflcation of tho old say ing that "many waters cannot quench love?" Momphls Nows: Tho Llttleflold anti trust bill will oithor bo so bad for the trusts that tho g. o. p. campaign man ager will say to the magnates, give us tho campaign funds and wo will not pass it, or it will bo so favorable to tho trus...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 August 1902

The Commoner WILLIAfl J, BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 2. No. 31. Lincoln, Nebraska, August.22, 1902. Whole No. 83. Optimism That is Fatal 'God bless tho optimist!" shouts the republi can spell-binder. Well, optimism is good when it rests upon a sound foundation; it is bad when it blinds one to approaching dangers. It is one thing In havn friith In tho ultimata triumnh of a cause f;and quite another thing to ignore reasonable warnings and the lessons of experience. Wo don't 'say: "God bless the man who stumbles into a f'holo without seeing It," or "God bless the man ;wno sleeps while Ms nouse is miming, xnere is io. golden (and silver) mean between -the doubt (that retards healthy progress and tho over-confl- fidence that invites catastrophy. Just now the republicans are very optimistic; fthey want to "let well enough alone." They re- rsent any suggestion of reverse and scout at the possibility of calamity. They are rushing fteau- ang into new conditions and are leading the cou...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 August 1902

ISA , &xi.z "IWwirii Vol; 9rNo. 3f. k P ? i adopted tho moro simple couim Thoy appealed to congress to propose ono specific amondmont .that provldod for tho election of United States sen ators by tho people. Had congress proposod this amondmont It would, after ratification by tho leg islatures of throe-fourths of tho states, have be come a part of tho constitution. A republican sonatc did rofuso to adopt this more simple plan, and becauso of this refusal, and in tho prosonco of tho very plain public sen timent on this proposition, It is fair to say that "tho republican senate has refused to grant the demand of tho people for tho election of United States senators by direct vote." Tho Journal says: It is desirable that tho present system of cloctlng senators should bo rotaincd. It pre- serves our organic form of government and maintains a highor level of dignity, honesty and ability in tho upper house of congress than might bo secured if popular elections , woro made tho rule. Th...

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