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commission will be thorough and HWeoriini!. unit the rrmmrilKKion nwts to be able at the beglnnli-g; of the next nr'SHlon of connresH to lay before the senate such Information as may be of value to it in the formulation of legis lation regulating the interstate grain name or the country. CAN MAKE THEIR OWN BOXES Concession From Pottoffice Depart ment to Rural Patrons Wanhington, D. C On the first day of August next a new order, de signed to simplify the regulation in regard to rural delivery boxes will go into effect. The postmaster-general has directed that on and after that date patrons of rural delivery need not purchase their rural boxes from one of the 200 listed manufac turers who have put upon the market 300 different styles of boxes, approved by the department, ranging In price from 50 cents un to 14. but mav. if they choose, cohHtruct their own boxes or have then? made to order, provided that in so doing they con form to the requirements of the de partment as to size, durability, Bafety and protection from inclemencies of weather. In order to maintain the essential principle that all boxes established on rural routes must be brought under the protection of the United States statute, which provides penalties for anyone molesting a letter box "estab lished by order of the postmaster- eeneral or nnnrrwert op rtpsiennterl hv him," the modified order provides that individuals who desire to make their own boxes or to have boxes made to order after their own design, must submit a sample of the material of wnicn tne dox is to De constructed, or of the box Itself, to the postmas ter of any first or second class post office in the county where the rural service-is in operation, and the post' master, if be finds Riirh host conforms to the specifications and requirements or me department, is autnorizea to require the owner .to paint conspicu ously thereon the words "approved by tne postmaster general." The same order nrovides fnr an early reinspection of boxes heretofore annroved with a view to the rradi:al elimination after reasonable notice, of such boxes as are not found to com ply with the requirements of the de partment, witn this object in view it is directed that all sample rural boxes on file at the former henrtminr. ters of division superintendents of rural- delivery or in the offices of post-office inspectors in charge shall be transmitted to the fourth assist ant postmaster general at Washing ton, D. C, to be examined and tested by a committee to be appointed for mat purpose. HE HAS NOT CHANGED Bryan Says Time Has Strengthened . Cinvlctions, Not Changed Them is More Radical Than Ever NOTICE $1.00 Dav. for scriptions to the Independent until after the November election.. 25 cents pays for a sinale subscrlntion until after election. Send in your subscrip tion. Address Tne independent, Lin coin, Neb. NORMAL COlitBCML SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY STUDENTS ENROLLED 96I Pesitleni Second - or Tuition Refunded CAR FARE FAtO by the School. For fall Information or Free Catalog address Alloa Mooro, Pro., Chillicothe, Mo, Mothers! Mothers ll Mothers!!? Urs. Wnslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over SIXTY YEARS by MII, HONS of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN while TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS. ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and is the best remedy for DIARRHOEA. Sold tn Druggists in every part of the world. Be sun and ask for "Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup,1 and take no other kind. Twenty-five eta. a bottle. An Associated Press cablegram un der date of London, July 12, follows: "William J. Bryan, having had the opportunity of reading American news papers, consented today lo discuss some of the questions which have been raised since he has again become prominent as a presidential possibility. He said: 'I notice that I am describPri hv some as conservative, ."and in order tnat there may be no misunderstand ing on that subipet that in one sense I have always been conservative, ,The democratic pol icies are conservative in that tw, om body old principles applied to new con- uu.uijs. jnere. was nothing new in principle in either of the platforms on which I stood. We were accused of attacking property, when in fact the democratic party is the defender of property, because it endeavors to draw the line between honest aeeum- " u y "onest methods on the one side and predatory wealth and im moral methods on the other. " 'It is to the interests nt i eat man that dishonesty should be ex posed and punished; otherwise the deserving are apt to suffer for the undeserving. m ' owever. W the word censer J I lGy mem that 1 have chand or moderated my opposition to cor porate aggrandizement, they have a surprise waiting tor them. I am K Ta1 !han 1 was in 196 an nave nothing in n,:ti,j. , uu econom ical questions which have been under J",T on,y Question we discussed in 1896, upon which there has been any apparent change, is the silver question, an tht t. . bnyer , . mW t, u no not DGr?n ft -HcgK n. the ,advocates of bimetal. inr'V wuaitlons. We contended tor .more mnnev an.i it . . ' "'ecu me iree coinage of silver- QO . , I!.!? ringrT in v "u T10 n or sold has brought ll,?Le enefit. ejected to rc . X resloration of silver. thV TTi 1 , volume of money in the United States t r Zl t t was in 1896, crenel T" "roue?t by thig in- the quantitative theory "of money &S lthmJot the fargeJ mm ;t o wvocate of the of h. wTu CM Cla,m the triph me mi OMAHA COMMFRTir- Can't supply demand for sLo" Zki I Head-LuhfFREE 3 mo. for name, t ROHRRrtiiru a ".rm- luiaTfi"".D"US. WSnSKSKar uj... 1 COlRsfJ BooU, Fall Term Opens Sept. 3 "tHM t ... .-ii ami man rr n- riMM".n.-.wiM.. of his logic. n v 'fve in bimetallism and I be lieve that tho ron..:.. . 7. De tween iU xcnange be- but i zL"u::zrM ci,wclea ana unDrece. dented ncreaso in ,., u7prece ha 6"'u proauction has for the present removed the silver v,a ,o au IMSU "'While t.hA mnn0 - v.v luiguig to mo rront and to these questions we must apply the same principles we 9niiP.: hne money question and seek to secure ber by eeislafinn mm pnvneges ror none. On the new n,mc-(,v. act with us who wTgVnTVo TZZ?"' rnotwithsUtandn vunsiuu OI tnat OUestinn millions d d nnt n.i.I on were frightened inio" option W can not expect the support of anv one who is vantage of the people, either through trusts or through any other Tlffi mate form of hnsiTi. '"Z. corporations which are legitimate and e aggregations of wealth which are organized for purposes of public plunder and appeal for support to the only who are willing to have the government protect each person m the enjoyment of his own earn ings. " 'The newspapers have been tryin to create friction between whut call "old friends" and "new tvipnfic in politics. Those are friends who are! working toward each campaign brings to some extent a new alignment. In 1896 the party lost many democrats and was re cruited by a great many who had been republicans up to that time, and we welcomed ftem." In 1900 some came back who were against us in 1896 and we did not shut the door against them. I have no idea that the party will re quire tickets of adrrissinn in m ing campaign. Usually parties are so anxious to secure recruits that past differences are nnt. pmnt,n0i,n.i ;t tu , , luuoiAVll li LliCI C as a sincere agreement on present is sues. "' I do not know that we can find a better plan than . the Bible plan, "men admits tne eleventh hour comer to a place in the vineyard atid to share the reward with those who began earlier. I think this sound politics, as well as sound religion, provided the new recruit comes to work and not to interfere with the other laborers. But of course when an overseer has to be selected experience can not be left out of consideration. The worker ; came late, if honest, would be too modest to assume an attitude of superiority over those wbo had toiled uunng tne earlier hours. " 'While the question is one of pur pose, a man who recognizes the dan gers that threaten our country and s anxious to avert them will not find it difficult to establish friendly rela tions with those who saw the dangers at an earlier date. 'If the differences between the sin cere and the pretended friends of reform can not be discovered before, they will become apparent when the platform is written fnr if s dications count for anything, that plat- ..u- io uneiy iq De so plain that no one can mistake it and so strong that no enemy of Acmnrrntin .r t)e drawn to the party.' I Mr Bryan added that he would dis cuss the tPllSt tho ror-iPP j 1 -"v, loiiu, laillUctU UilU labor questions, imperialism and other .saues at length when he reached ttuienca. A POINTER men T"'y 'S teaching e.,,;-1 CJ onstrated daily by tiu, ar . mands it has for them court investisa.ion of r Z ods a d on, ,y jnv.t voei call and sen tor yourself Fall term opens Sentemlw 3. Write for catalogiie N0. 15, usioess 13th a P Sts. Lincoln, Nebraska. Better Than Spanking Spanking does not cure children ol bed lu ting. If it did there wonia be few children thu would do it. There is a coaititMionjl nnt lor tins.,. Mrs. M, Summers. M01 189, Notre Damp. tnd . will spnd her bnmp Irpfltir.pnt w any mother. She asks no money. Write to trt-rtav if vnnfchildrpn frrnnhlp rnntnthk H Don't blame the child. The chances ire il can t help it. Nervous Trust Sued for Damages St. Louis Suit for $250,000 damaees ana reasonable attorneys' fees, was nied today in the circuit court bv the Coyne Brothers Plumbrasi com pany against the Crane company, the U M. Rurcsey Manufacturing com pany and the N. O. Nelson Maniifcin. turing company. The petition alleees 1 1. i. 1 . iudi uie tnree firms sued are in trust ana tnat thpv rpfnoo n con plumbers' supplies to the Coyne firm uccause it was not in the master plumbers' association Tha t,it i brought under article one of chapter 110 01 tne revised statutes of Mis souri, concerning nool s. trusts an! conspiracies. Petroleum to Fight Plague Bombay. India Tlr Tnrnpr alfli officer of Bombay, successfully demon strated the extraordinary efficiency of crude petroleum na H ln criiA flic in. fectant. It. is believerl that hi pt. periments have materiniiv the Worn-Out' ' If 3'ou are in this condition, your nerve force is weak the power is giving out, the or gans of your body have "slowed up," and do their work imperfectly. This failure to do the work required, clogs the system and brings distress and disease. When the nerves are weak the heart is unable to force the life-giving blood through your veins; the stom ach fails to digest food; the kidneys lack power to filter impurities from the blood, and the poisonous waste remains in the system to breed disease. Nerve energy must be restore a. Dr. Miles' Nervine will do J because it strengthens tne nerves; it is a nerve media" and tonic, that rebuilds W entire nervous system. "Several years ago I w au M down. I was nervous, w" not .leep and w. sftPt I doctored for months, an an fof doctor said he cuid do m me. I began takin? W- m Nervine, ' and ufd a!t"s"" e rd bottles, and I ,"'a.:;. .nds." healthy, and now weish 11,.. u 10S Ellsworth1 Ave., Aliihuir. J Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by druggist, who will arr.:cft faiis, M first bottle will benefit, it will refund your money. , Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, m plague.