The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923, March 07, 1913, Page 10, Image 10
-nwrwp&mZRSW t.t I It I . V 1 I;. fe IL 1 i K 10 The Commoner. VOLUME 1J, NUMBER 1 Don't Wear A Truss! After Thirty Warn Experience I Ilnve Produced An Apnlluni'c for .Men, Women or Children Tluit CurrM Itupfure I SmmI .ft Oh Trial If you luivo tried moHt ovcrylhliifr oIho, cotno to mo. Whore ot .ors full Ih wlioro I luivo my greatest huccchh. Sond attached coupon today am' X will uuiid JHmm 4$&!k v?vV The Hbnvc In C. 10. IlroolcH, Inventor of the A ppl I ii nets who cured hliiiNclf mid who linn linen curing oilier for over :t0 yenm. If rup tured, write hint toduy. you fruo my lUuntratvd book on Run turo and ttu cure, showing my Appli ance and giving you prices and numes of many people who have tried It and waro cured. It given Instant relief when all others full. Remember I use no salves, no harness, no lies. I sond on trial to provo what I say la truo. 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J., dispatch says: Tho lower house of the New Jersey legislature adopted, by a' vote of 46 to r the senate concurrent resolu tion providing for woman suffrage. The resolution will have to be adopted again by next winter's legis lature, and then at a special election tho proposed amendment to tho con stitution extending the franchise to women will have to be submitted to popular approval. men voted in effect against the gov ernor. "Yes, it looks as though the bill were beaten," Mr. Wilson said, "but it is not dead yet. It is perfectly well known that the persons who are exerting pressure to defeat this bill are those who wish to control grand juries because they want to break the law, and the people of the state will understand that abundantly be fore I get through with it." The president-elect said that if the jury reform bill were defeated he would consider that he was 'booked to speak in tho primary campaign next fall against assemblymen seek ing renomination who had voted against tho measure. The governor's declarations caused a flurry of ex citement in political circles. Theodore Roosevelt says ho favors fusion in New York City in order to defeat Tammany. A Trenton, N. J., dispatch, says: Governor Wilson warned tho mem bers of the legislature that-as presi dent of the United States he would fool privileged to come back even as early as next week to light before tho people of the state for pending reforms. Mr. Wilson resigned the governorship. Both houses hardly had received his notice of resigna tion when the assembly went on record by an overwhelming vote against pushing the jury reform bill from first to second reading. This bill had been urged particularly by Mr. Wilson in his messages. It would take away the power to draw juries from the sheriffs, lodging it with a commission appointed by the governor. Mr. Wilson regards the develop ments as a breach of party discip line. Ho believes, however, that the principle of justice in this country is at stako in the progress of select ing juries, and he considers the is sues so vital that he declared that soon after his inauguration he might deliver several speeches on this sub ject before the people of northern New Jersey, most of whose assembly- Rare Small Farm Opportunity In 1 exas Gulf Coast Country If you aro looking for an ideal location for a home, a placo where you can make immediate profits, or an investment that will bring you futuro returns, I want you to investigate my ctfoice 30- !J ?Ct m land' 1.oeJltt2d two miles from th0 thriving little city of Mission, Texas right in tho heart of the very best section of tho famous Lower Rio Grande Valley of the Gulf Coast of Texas NrinonMUii? olS5TOd; ln cultivation and under irrigation, and mill be sold with or without small improvements, with privilege of J3S ? 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Xocal unions Nos 9 and 134 are named aff defendants. The suit is of peculiar interest be cause an amendment to the sundry civil appropriation bill, adopted by tho house at Washington, provides that no part of the anti-trust ap propriation shall be used to "prose cute workingmen's organizations. Several futile, attempts have been made in congress in the last few years to exempt labor unions from the Sherman law. As part of the labor war against the telegraph company, the govern ment charges officers and employes of the unions with combining .and conspiring through acts of violence and depredations to injure the Postal telegraph wires, to interfere with the transmission of government and commercial messages in interstate commerce. The alleged interference is declared to have been deliberate. The government asks that the de fendants be enjoined from obstruct ing interstate and government mes sages over the Postal, from: cutting, burning or otherwise injuring its telegraph, lines and from interfering by threats', intimidation persuasion or force, with employes or prospec tive employes of the company. Pend- iuB uuui uearmg tno petition pleads for a temporary injunction against the alleged unlawful acts. A Springfield, 111., dispatch to the bt. Louis Republic, says: Backed up by a telegram from William J. Bryan at Miami, Fla., Governor Dunne re turned to Springfield from Chicago declaring the democratic party will sacrifice both United States senator ships rather than surrender the lone term to the republicans. The governor's telegram from Mr Bryan read: r "The papers report the republi cans demand the long term as the only condition upon which they will co-operate. I think it would be a serious mistake to agree to that The democrats aro entitled to the lone term. Horror ii, u u Vie republicans to combine with the Jlro- Republicans and progressive re turning jitter tho week-end recesa were practically agreed that all po? sibility of a combination between these two parties was vanished. Tho This Washer Must Pay for Itself. A MAN" tried to sell mo a horso onco. ITo said tt was a Qno horso and had nothing tho matter with It. I w natod a flno horse. But. I didn't lenovv rin vt.hlfitr fttimil Iinmna tnunli. An.ll ,ii,iii :::z :. ------ --... ... ..nmuwui kuow incm.-m very won either. So rtold him t wan'cd to try tho horso for n month. Hu nald "AllrlRht, hut pay mo. nrrt.nnd I'll pivo.voti back yourmoney 11 tho hon-olHii't all rlKhL" Well. I didn't like that. I waa afraid the horso was not "all rleht" nnil Mint I mlRhthavo to whlstlo lor my tnonoy irT onco parted With 1L Hr T dlil n't Imv tho horso although I wanted it hadly. Nowth'ls aotmothinklnR. rou bpo I make wash-c ngf Machines--the "1000 oravlty" Washer. And I said to mysolf, loteornooplo may think about my Waahlnjr Mo- ciiino as i inonRht about the horso, and about- tho man who owned It. Hut I'll nntrnr Irnmu because they wouldn't write and teU me. You sea I nil my Washlnar Machines by mall. I have sold over half a million that way. So, I thoujrht I It Is only lair enough to let people try ray Washing Machines for a month, boford thoy pay for them. Just aa r wanted to try the horso. .now, I know what our "1900 aravity" Wahor will do. I know It will wash the clotb.08, without weartiifrerteai'injrihem, ln.le than halftliotlme uioy can be washed by hand or by any other machine. JJF now. ,fc wttl & a to taU o f vory dirty clothe m Six minutes. I know no other machine evorln vented can do- that, without wearing out the clothes, i.. t1 Gravity" Washer doeaUie work so,casy tnat a child can run It almost as well as a stronp woman,and It don't wear Uie clothosv fray tue.edRoa nor break buttous the way all other machines do. .J"3! otlvos soapy water clear through the nbrcs of tho clothes llko a force pump might. Jr.?5?,d. x mysir. I wm do with my M1000 Grav ity Washor what T'wantetf thu man to d6 with the norse. Only I wont wait for pceple.toaslt me. I'll oner nrat, and I'll mako good the oflbr every tlmo. IasI mo send you a "1DQ0 Qravltyr Washer on a S?.8Strta! III Pay Uie freight out of my own pocket, and If you dunt want th machine . .?tv?l!fC,lltH months rutafcltbacfc and pay the freight too. Surely that Is fair eneuiJa, Isn't Doesn't It prove that thVlSOO Gravity" Washor must bo all that I say It is? t?. you ft? D?y me outof what itsaves foryou. It will save its wholecostein a few m- nthsln wear ??J? ?rJ?h9 d0""1 alone. Aad then-It will save 60 cents tc 75 cents a week over that in washwo SJJlIM.E'i8? IfyoufceeP the' machine after the 222HL "S'.K11101 you W tar it utor what It Sou- If.,t.?5vea you centra week., send m fEnl0-?? ""I1 ,or- nitoko tllat cheer lEif J5 .u wU,t for my money uatu the raaehlne itself earns tho balance ..rfOITJne a IfaB tb-day, and let me send you a SSUl!,1,MQ aravity" Washer that Twashw clothes In.c minutes. Address mo Uils way H. L. Barker. 894 Court St., ?riJJ.'?SfmtonN' Y If you live ln Canada, addresa 1900 Washer Co.. 357 Yongo SL, Toronto. Ont. 1 m Vil I i i5l BR .11 I I'iirf ijjnhu) bJjITiT "! MJeWHHHBftg nmm &0& liSj.' WANTED 2000 Railway MaH' QetUs, anit clerk carriert for Parcel Post Examlaatldni sooni Splendid saUrle s. Trial Examination Free. Write. Ozment.93R. St. Uouts. BOO .men 20 to 40 years old--wanted at once In evocy stato for Electria Rail way Motormon and Conductors; $60 to $100 a month; no strike; write imme diately for application blank. Address Manager, W-245 Dwlght BIdg., Kansas City, Mo ADMITTED ASSETS December 31, -190S ...,,i., $115,82911 December 31, 1007 134,041.54 December .31, 1908 101,502.24 December 31, 1909 ., 10ff,474.ai December 31, loio H3fr,7lW.1B December 31, 1911 , fci 293i872 December 31, 1912 37,ttil.58 INSURANCE IN FORCE December 31, 10OG ;.f 'KS,000 December 31, 1907 . t&Z3S9 December 31, 1908. l,4Sff,21S December 31, 1909 S12,S01 December 31, 1910 2,41,084 December 31, 1911 .., 3,587 51 December 31, 1912 4,80G,514 The Midwest Life . 2. Until, Prfrfwt First National Bank Building, Lincoln, Nj - . M)'-aif " 'r- vju.. ji . . tl tt.