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VOLUME 6, NUMBER' 14 - T' & .:.-
THE INLAND FARMER
Published at Louisville, Ky.
On of tho lanrost, mont Influential and
, substantial n&ncultural papers published
In tho Houth-contral oLatea. Sixteen to
twonty-four pngc3 weekly. Subacrlptlon
Brlco ono dollar per your.
PBCIAL OPFKIt: For a limited tlmo
only wo can make readers of Tho Com;
monor a special clubbing prico of SI, 20
for both papers for ono year. Send all
ordora to Tho Commoner. Lincoln, Nob.
The SOUTHERN IfAILWAY is
many miles the shortest and best
road from St. Louis lo Louisville,
Ky. For particulars as to the trip
in June write to
Traveling Passenger Agent,
Board of Trad Building,
Kansas City, - - - - - Mo.
of tho democratic state committee, and
Fred W. Fleming of Kansas City, were
the speakers. E. W. Stevens of Co
lumbia, Mo., acted as toastmaster.
Washington dispatches say that
President Roosevelt will favor tariff
revision at tho next session of con
gress. An Associated Press dispatch under
date of Denver, April 13, follows:
"Chief Justice Gabbert of the state
supremo court yesterday filed a sup
plemental opinion in the Moyer case.
It is generally conceded that this new
opinion Will take precedence over the
former majority opinion as the latest
expression of tho court. The chief
justice declared that the governor of
tho state has the power to suspend
habeas corpus at his discretion and
that the courts can not review the
action. The body of the new opinion
is taken up with excerpts from an
opinion of Justice Johnson In a case
in the Philippine islands in which the
power ofhe governor general to sus
pend the privileges of the writ of
habeas corpus during a state of in
surrection in the province of Bantan
gas was upheld. The chief justice
finds the case analogous to the situa
tion presented in Colorado during the
labor troubles and draws conclusions
in which the incarceration of Moyer
by the military is upheld."
An Associated Press dispatch un
der date of "Washington, April 13, fol
lows: "Senator Tillman today filed
formal charges with the sub-committee
considering the nomination of Ben
jamin F. Barnes, assistant secretary
to the president, to be postmaster at
Washington, and protested against
his confirmation. These charges re
late to the expulsion of Mrs. Minor
Morris from the executive ofilce, and
assert inhuman and brutal treatment
of the woman, and also allege that
Barnes made a false statement about
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" President Roosevelt was the orator
at the laying of the corner stone of
the building to be used as offices for
the house of representatives. "The
man with the muck rake" was his
subject and he rebuked magazine and
newspaper writers for exaggeration
and unfair assaults upon public men.
Six men were killed by an explosion
In the United States battleship Kear
sarge. The ship was in Cuban
Senator Beedle, republican, and Rep
resentative Potter, democrat, of the
Wisconsin legislature, members of
the committee appointed to investi
gate the Wisconsin insurance compa
nies, visited Lincoln recently and
were callers at The Commoner office.
Representative Potter says that Wis
consin will soon be in the democratic
This department is for the exclu
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m o n e r, Lincoln, Nebraska.
710R SALE tlNE NINE ROOM, ALLMOD
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lights, pas, cistern, hard wood floors, city wat
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street in south-east Lincoln, the llnest resi
dence portion of the city. 1 blook of street car
and two blocks of line public school, flee lawn
and shade. If you desire to move to Lincoln
here is an opportunity to secure a nice home at
a very reasonable prico. If you desire an in
vestment the rental money would pay ten per
cent on purchase price. If interested address,
WrO.. care of Commoner. Lincoln. Nobr.
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Volume V of "The Commoner Condensed"
' ' ' ' " '" "" ' I 1111 II" II 1 I III I I i
WILL SOON BE READY FOR DELIVERY
A Political History and Reference Book for 1905
deRlmnr1 KJlSS' t?l8Ti50?5r is 5 condensed copy of The Commoner for one year. It Iff published annually and the different issues are
ttlf the VOlUme of The C t issue is Volume V, and- contains
causeVofU?PT "S iS discus?ed in Commoner at the time that subject Is attracting general attention. Be-
man ami othe, studenTof affairs - aS a referenC3 bk and ShUld 0CCUpy a place on the desk of ever w. editor, bSsiness
inStaRnco!rereLVnceT1to lSSmm r?' ? lf mGmTy concernInS a B Pitted event in 1905. For
, icuuu lu luc nun volume of The Commoner Condensed will refresh the memory as to the details of:
THE DEMOCRATIC DEMAND FOR ENFORCEMENT OF THE
CRIMINAL CLAUSE OF ANTI-TRUST LAW.
THE AGITATION OF RAILROAD RATE QUESTION.
POPULAR APPEALS FOR GOVERNMENTAL REFORM.
THE BATTLE FOR MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP.
T,HE.,EASTERN WAR AND THE REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA
dem'SMS SS?,8o8ELT WN popularity y RaUDoSPt(Nq
JUDGE PARKER'S TALK ON "FADS." '
SECRETARY TAFT'S FREE TRADE ORDER.
THE GREAT BATTLE IN OHIO AND PENNSYLVANIA
DISCLOSURES BEFORE THE INSURANCE COMMITTEE
"MAN," THE COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS DELIVERED BY
l:R. BRYAN BEFORE THE NEBRASKA STATE UNIVERSITY
TRIBUTIONAsT,ONS C0NCERN,NG REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN CON-
THE PEACE AT PORTSMOUTH.
SECRETS OF "LET WELL ENOUGH ALONE." ' -'; f.
FACTS TO BE FORGOTTEN. ' ' t" V,
five,! J, E PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.- .-'-"
HYSTERIA AND RANCOR. -. .'V-C. , "
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