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non with violence and was Invited
to come on. Senator Bailey tendered
his resignation, but withdrew It.
The senate rejected tho appoint
ment of Charles F. Hackett to be
postmaster at Harker, S. D. The
rejection, it was said, was due to tho
ract tnat Mr. nacKetc, wno is an
editor, and Incurred' tho displeasure
of ono of the South Dakota senators
because of attacks made upon him
in Mr. Hackett's paper.
There was not much rest for sena
tors during the closing hours of the
late congress. The senate passed the
postofllce, naval, sundry civil and
general deficiency appropriation bills.
The plan for increased postage on
magazines was abandoned. Lorimer,
on his own motion, caused the strik
ing outing out of an appropriation
to reimburse him. Peary was given
recognition and is to be retired as
a rear admiral.
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Kansas, republican, delivered a
speech in the house in which he at
tacked the Initiative and referendum
and recall, characterizing them as
"revolutionary and subversive of our
present system of crovernment. ' n.
declaration in effect that represen
tative government is a failure. He
said he should hesitate to introduce
into our system of government a de
vice which, had it been in vogue in
the past "would have made it pos
sible for the tories to have recalled
Washington, the copperheads to have
recanea .Ldncoln and the jingoes to
have recalled McKinley." Above all
he said he should hesitato to intro
duce into our political system a de
vice which would subject to recall
a judge whose decision happened not
to accord with, the passion or the
prejudice of the hour. He said the
statutes of every state in the union
provide a way by which recreant
officials may be ousted from office or
otherwise punished. He said the
initiative and referendum made It
possible for a few people to suspend
a law which a' legislature may have
yaaauu in piam obedience to the
mandate of a majority of the people.
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increasing the number of representa
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Addre THE COMMONER BOOK DEFT, Lincoln, Neb
Breaking all records by some
thousands, the total number of pul
lie and private bills introduced in
o the0U?.tvUflrInf the three sessias
nnn I t7,fTat, coneress was over
33,000, besides 1,500 resolutions of
various kinds. The highest "umber
Fiftv fhiJ f was y'800 in the
iJ If ty-thlrd congress, the increase in
number since then reflecting the ex
pansion of business of the govern
ment, particularly in insular linea
depends innTvJnn?l"J2'. Tnat
people aro earnestl5; readyfor a dem!
ocratic government, and wheth
they are willing to take Si !r
assist In organizing one X?"8 to
men are needed and hrfdi : Q 70ung
namedon't sav that ISS? a of tho
rotten for mi5,??
their votes? aS them115 Bold
isters and dnX Sih.em, belD-S mln-
4 m eaucated, and
but few negroes the illiterate, last
October, it is about time that our
young men organized to protect
themselves against thieves. At
times when burglaries become so nu
merous, thatthe police are unable
or unwilling to protect the people,
vigilance committees are organized!
and thus the people protect them
selves. This is the primitive form of
theft, but the remedy Is democratic
and proves sufficient. The commer
cial thief has been abroad in th
land for many years. Of late the
people have gotten into the habit
of watching their lawmakers, as they
used to watch their -police, and they
have discovered that lawmakers are
in partners with the commercial
thief. The servants of tha people
have been leaving the windows un
locked so that the commercial thief
might rob them, and even when
these servants are discovered, an
enormous amount is easily raised
from this plunder fund, to tie
used to corrupt the voters so .that
the thieving may continue. Vigil
ance committees are badly needed,
for theirs must be organization of
the people to offset the perfect or- ,
ganization of the monopolies. They
must be shaken loose from their
power to rob the workers.
Don't be misled by a monopoly
candidate labeled democrat to be
placed in the presidential chair in
1912. In 1896, this same brand of
democrats financed the Palmer and
Buckner party, but voted the repub
lican ticket. In 1900 "they stood
with the monopoly interests, and
again in 1908. In 1904 their Parker
ticket fooled only a few. Now is the
time to commence organization in
every voting precinct so that the
coming victory may be a victory, for
democracy in fact as ' well, as in
name. Northern Illinois Democrat.
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OWEN AND BAETiEr
Always down under the 'surface,
the preliminary tests in a great con
test for the leadership of the demo
cratic side of :he senate are being
carried on, in a series of highly in
Democratic leadership has had a'
curious experience in recent times.
Senator Culberson of Texas was lead
er till ill health, and inability regu
larly to attend to the arduous duties,
compelled him to retire from the
watch tower. Senator Money of
Mississippi was selected by the cau
cus to succeed him. He is shortly to
retire from the senate.
With the democrats hopeful of a
senate majority soon, what is now
the minority leadership may soon
become one of the most powerful
positions in the government. Small
Wn.der W ambitious statesmen look
with avid eye to the possibility of
one day wielding even a, fraction of
the power which Aldrlch has held
during the long period of his dom
ination. T iu ?! new republicans come, like
LaFollette and Cummins, and have
the temerity to aspire to republican
leadership, so there is intimation
tnat some democrats of comparative
ly short service nnv niro ,!
Jw . ?!de- AmonS these Senator
irL nC 0klaaoma has been brought
into the spotlight by his coup in in
troducing a resolution to unseat Sen
af Lorimer- This bold bid for a
commanding position on an issue
SlSSai b.eon ono of the most
w2r ns b!fore the senate for a
Jong time has compelled attention
to the possibilities of tho Oklahoma!.
rw ?no thIng lt ls accounted that
or?, nerVG en-ow6h and brains
enough to emancipate himself from
5SLn.a? ?,e caIled the terro of tho
galley intellect. Senator Bailey does
a iio JquIrGrTany bad&e of olce to be
vr?de5- His knowlodge of law, his
knowledge of tactics, his constltu
iImS ru"tlon, his intimacy "with
legislative methods and his long ex-
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