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About The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1901)
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The following resolutions ' were
adopted by the students of the Ne
braska Wesleyan university:
Whereas, The sentence has been pro
nounced upon Leon Czolgosz; tho as
sassin of our lamented national exe
cutive, William McKinley; and
Whereas, We believe that, the re
cusal to allow the assassin's remains
a resting placo upon American soil,
'would be as powerful a rebuke to an
archy as even his execution; therefore,
Resolved, That we, the students of
tho Nebraska Wesleyan university, in
chapel assembled, hereby indorse as
most appropriate the disposal of tho
assassin's body suggested by Chancel
lor Huntington' In his memorial ad
dress for the late president, namely:
"I crave for the assassin one mark of
distinction. He has earned it and I
, would it might be awarded him. His
bones should never- be allowed to min
gle with American soil. When the
death sontence shall be pronounced
and executed as it should be with tho
swift justice becoming such an un
speakable tragedy, I would wish that
the United States government would
. take the remains of the atrocious mur-
deror a hundred miles to sea, and then,
pinioned and manacled, with his re
volver in his belt and a millstona
chained about his neck, sink the corpse
a thousand fathoms to the bottom of
the ocean, that thus tho anarchist
might be warned that he shall not have
so much as a grave in a civilized land."
That Co-Operative Scheme
The Lincoln (Neb.) Post published
the folfowing contributed article:
Some time ago it was announced
through the press of the United States
that J. P. Morgan proposed to make
the United States Steel corporation a
co-operative corporation by setting
aside a certain amount of the capital
stock of tho corporation to distribute
to employes at "inside figures."
The writer through various conver
sations with people in touch -with tho
I Can Sell Your Real Estate
forcash.no matter where it is. Send descrip
tion and price nud get my successful plan.
W. M. Ostrandcr, North American Bldg.,
Philadelphia. See my big ads. in Saturday
Fvening Pout, Outlook, and nil the magazines.
mm new steel roofing
Bought at Receivers' Baltv
Sheets either flat, corra
gated or ,V" erf tnped. No
tools except a hatchet or
bammorla needed to lav
the roofing. We furnish
frco with each order
enoucrh paint to fd TTC
cover and nallsto lay. Frico per square, I l
A square means 100 square ft. lyrlia forl'Ma CaUIogao
Ho. m on General Herebandtea. Chicago House
Wrecking Co., WeotSSth and Iron 8tB., Chicago, 111.
Extracts from the speeches, letters
and writings of the Fathers and De
fenders of the Republic on these
themes. Also, all Important documents
relating to Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii
and the Philippines. Comment by the
Endorsed and used by the Democratic
National Committee, personally en
dorsed by Senator Jas. K. Jones, Willis
J. Abbot, Dr. David Starr Jordan, and
others of National repute.
"It is the most complete compendium
on the subject yet published, and will
be invaluable to every political writer
and speaker. It ought to be in the
hands of every voter." Ex-Gov. John
160 page book. Price, 25 cents. Ad
dress tho Editor, E. G. Ballard, 807
Chamber of Commerce, Chicago.
scheme of organization of tho United
States Steel (Steal) corporation, has
come to tho conclusion that basing
actual value on thtf actual cost of tho
various plants and equipments of tho
United States Steel corporation, Its ac
tual value is approximately one hun
dred million Instead of eleven hundred
million as it is capitalized. Tho writer
has also learned through sources
which .he believes to be accurate, that
tho preferred stock is, to all Intents
and purposes, a first mortgage on the
various plants of the United States
Steel corporation. This state of af-.
fairs in a time of industrial depression
which is sure to follow the inflation of
the past, three years, would leave tho
holder of common stock with, a piece
of worthless paper whero ho .had paid
perhaps 40 .cents on the dollar for it,
"insido figures." If I were an employe
of the United States Steel (steal) cor
poration and were asked to co-operate
by investing my surplus earnings in
stock of the corporation, I should look
very carefully into tho matter before
I invested to see that my hard earned
money did not eventually co-operate
into the pockets of J. P. Morgan & Co.
The writer, one of the seventy-fivo mil
lions, one of tho common people, would
suggest a plan of co-operation for J.
P. Morgan, which he believes is in
marked contrast to the Morgan scheme
but which he' believes is founded on
principles of right, equity and justice.
Lot J. P. Morgan & Co. first squeeze
the water out of the stock of the
United States Steel (steal) corporation
and then let him address tho thousands
of intelligent American workmen in
the plants of the corporation, and say:
"Men, we have acquired plants to the
value of so much (probably about one
hundred million dollars) and we are
wiling to form a co-operative corpora-,
tion on the following basis. We will
furnish tho capital and you furnish
the brains and brawn, and we will pay
you at the regular scale of wages ac
cording to your ability. We will then
figure our capital invested at the legal
rate, G per cent per annum, and what
ever profits there are over the 6 per
cent shall bo distributed to the labor
and capital pro rata, at the end of the
year. If we find that our profits are so
large that we are unnecessarily tax
ing the consumer of dur goods, we will
reduce the price till there will be only
a legitimate and equitable profit, and
cheapen the cost to the toiling millions
who use our goods."
What do you think, kind reader,
would be the effect of such a co-operation
faithfully carried out? Would it
not send a chill like an Arctic breeze
along tho spine of tho light-fingered
gentry on Wall street who live by the
sweat of other people's brows instead
of their own? Would it not fill with
warmth and happiness, like a summer
breeze, the breasts of the toiling
masses, and would they not go forth to
their toil with light hearts, and say
to themselves and to their fellows,
"This is indeed the beginning of the
dawn of the perfect day, when tho
teaching of the Nazarene is beginning
to take effect in deeds instead of
words; when the 'Hon and lamb shall
lie down together?'"
St. Louis Republic: Defeated by
American athletes on the land and by
American sailors on the sea poor old
John Full has necessarily "gone up in
the air." He expels American jockeys
to get even.
Washington Post: There is a bare
possibility of President Roosevelt not
needing all the advice the Hon. Henry
Cabot Lodge is traveling homo with.
Oil Curo for Cancer.
Dit, D. M. Bye has discovered n combination
of oils that rondily curo canccr.cn tnrrb, tumora
and malignant skin diseases. Ho has cared
thousands of persons within tho last eight
yonrs, over one hundred of whom wero physi
cians. Rondom having friends a.ttlicted should
cnt this out and send it to them. Book sent
free giving particulars and prices of Oil. Ad
dress Da. I). M. Bye Co., Box 325,, Indianapolis,
Tho MacGregors, by Marshall Home;
published by tho Todd Publishing Co.,
Her Royal Highness, Woman, and
Her Majesty Cupid, by Max O'Rell;
published by the Abbey PreBS, Now
Prose and Verse, by Rev. J. M.
Greene; published by the Franklin
Publishing Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Tho Lawrence System of Vocal and
Physical Expression, by Edwin Gordon
Roberts; published by the Lawrence
Publishing Co., New York.
The Good Old Times of the Long Ago
and Other Jingles, by Thomas B. Ford;
published by Standard Printing Co.,
Cant and Canteen, by S. B. Dexter:
published by the Hcnneberry Co., Chi
Tho Kidnapped Millionaires, a Talo
of Wall Street and. tho Tropics, by
Frederick U. Adams; published by.
Lathrop Publishing Co., Boston.
Borrowed Bits of Humor.
Philadelphia Press: Lushley--"No,
he can't stand as much liquor as he
used to." '
Tankley "I guess that worries him,
Lushley "No, indeed. You see, it
does not cost him so much or take him
so long to get a jag now."
Philadelphia Press: "Well, no man
has to die more than once; anyway."
"I don't know about that. How
about 'the youngest soldier to enlist
In the civil war?' He dies regularly
every year or so."
Detroit Free Press: Raggles
"Weary's gittln' loony readln' them
scientific patent med'eino books."
Trotter "W'y, w'ats do row?"
Raggles "Aw, he's a tryin' tor
work er racket on do gang erbout in
dlvljool tomatter pans, cause he's
'frald of dose backteery.
Now York Weekly: Sambo "Whar
you get dat chicken?"
Mark Anthony "Nebber you mind
'bout dat chicken. 'Taint yours."
"How you know 'tain't?"
"'Cause I found hit in youah coup."
Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph: Mr.
Dukane "How do you account for the
longevity of Methuselah and the other
Mr. Gaswell "Oh, that; was before
so many new diseases had been in
vented." Chicago Record -Herald: "Has your
husband ever been accused of plag
iarism?" "No, and It discourages him, too. It
shows -he has never written anything
that's so good other people would like
to claim it."
Philadelphia Record: "All right,
Madgo," said Jack Huggard, who was
going to accompany his fiancco over
tho links. "I've engaged young Far-
raway for your caddie."
"Tho idea!" she exclaimed; "he's
"Ah! but he's discreet. He'll al
ways turn his back when you want
Baltimore American: "Did you hear
that drinking song of mine in the last
act?" asked the prima donna.
"I thought that was a drinking
song," responded tho low comedian,
"because it was such a high bawl."
Philadelphia Press: Townc "You
know Gronoleaf believes In tho theory
that wo all becomo what wo eat."
Borwne "But he's a vegetarian,
Browne "Then how does he account
for his having become such a lobster?"
CAIU'ENTKUS.-Send P. M. O.or drnft for
$1.51) and rcruivo a chart and lenthor bound
hook on Roof Framing and other difficulties of
framing. Everything worked out in plain fig.
uros-uo algebra, no geometry. Jsxcola nil
other worku. C. M Onborn, Pub., Lincoln, Nob.
Sharon Stock i'urin.
Thoroughbred IIolatoin-FrJcsinn Cnttlo. Four
miles cast of Univorsity I'Joco. Nob. A fow
choice young bulls for tnlo whoso dnma wore
from rich milking strain, and winners al tho
State Fair butter tosts for several years.
John 0. Douiit, Univorsity PJaco, Nob.
rATOLKS reduced 15 lbs a month.
P r I iou con mnko remedy at homo. Bamp
lofrco. Ball Chcm. Co., Dept. 200, Bt. Louis, Mo.
TARKbcfitbytcst-74 Years. We DAY CAS
M&sC and want moro wilcamcn. Y f 1 VftfKU
GTlKUO Outfit f W. STARK NURSERY, gtark, Me
AgonU Hero is u rapid sollor, 10x20 Photogra.
vuropicturooftho Presidents and Capitol Build
ing at Washington. Sample post-paid 35o; one
dozen $&00. fiept. 20. 0, P. Cory Co., M5 tf.
JeflorEon St. Chicago.
If jaa twmeM i fair education, why not utlllto It at a fenteel
and uocrow'lrd nrofculou (.tying $15 (4 $35 wt-cktyT Situation
alwitf obtainable. Wo uro lb original Imtructor by mall.
HOME COHUEhTONDENCE SCHOOL. Philadelphia
This is what r Missouri man mode last year.
Seo St. Louis Republic, August 12, 1000.
Easily grown and hardy throughout tho Union.
Staple in prico as wheat or cotton.
Prico has advanced for 25 years.
Wild supply on point of extermination.
Complete book, 10 cents. Circulars FREE.
Chinese-American Girucng Company, Toplln. Mo.
This wagon is the accumulated result of fifty years of successful wacron
'construction, and therefore should be as wo believe it is, tho best farm
"ogu uiuuu. iuo gutti jo duuu Alum wuuu. uiui urns uret uecu carciuny se
lected for its high quality and then air-dried under cover from thrco to five
years before use. "When completed tho gears aro soaked In boiled oil, specially
prepared for us, to expel all moisture and to further season and toughen the
wood. All skeins aro made by usfrom tho best Lake Superior Charcoal Iron.
All wrought iron and steel used is of the very best procurable and treated
In a special way. The finish and painting is undeniably tho best applied to
any wagon. Tho box is our famous "Twentieth Century" pattern which
possesses many advantages over the ordinary box, both in material, construc
tion, convenience and durability. Tho whole completed constitutes the
"Stttdebaker" and wo aro glad to know that tho name is a sufficient guarantee to quality
wherever wagons aro known. Go to your nearest dealer and look over tho Studcbaker
Wagon. If not found thero write us direct and wo will tell you where you can see them.
Studcbaker Bros. Mfg. Co., Sovjh Bend, Ind., V. S. A.
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