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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 12 September 1902

The Commoner. 3pt. i2,MQoa 15 ConsumptioB Can be Cured. GOOD SHORT STORIES ffESSfe 31ii oott Mk how u fMt nonjr e tk Hem arm owunei our num i fcotn 14 f la Alarvtleaw Dkeevery fey tk Pshmmhi Dacter Yoakerauia f KaUtaaazee, nicfc. Stat Officiate MUf Great Medical MaaPre new ace It the.OsIy Cure for Cen- SHsaptlea aad all Threat sad Lung Trouble Consumptives Given up te Dk and Sent. Buck Prom California Hopeless and Helpless are New Alive and Well Through This Wonderful Cure far Consumption. A Fre Package Containing Sufficient te Cea vlaee tke float Skeptical Seatte all Wiio Write Consnraptjpa caa at lait be cared. Marvelous as it may seem after the many failures, a sure, positive and cortaia cure for the deadly con- DR. D. P. YONKERMAN, tke Discoverer ef Tuberculozyne the Only Cure for Consumption. sumption has at last boon discovered by Dr. Dork P. Yoakerman, a groat Michigan doctor, who has made a life study of this fatal disoase. His wonderful remedy has been fully tested and rigi...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 12 September 1902

immmmmmemm. FW 16 The Commoner, Vt 2, No. 34. 9 F g p Carmacfc on OiMMtag. ; On the flyleaf of the campaign book recently Issued by the republican con gressional committee, these words appear: "Yon do not kare to guess what tkt republican party will do. The whole world "know ft purpose. It ban em bodied them in law and executed them in administration' Senator Carmack of Tennessee, com menting upon this statement, recently gave out the following interview: "I thfnk there Is a measure of truth In this quotation. The whoe coun try, if not the whole world, is begin ning to know the purposes of the, re publican party, though it has not as yet fully embodied them in law and executed them In administration. There is a pretty safe rule to follow in de termining what the republican party will do, and that Is that it will not do what It professes to Intend, and that it will do what is seems most anxious to avoid. "If the world knows the purposes of the republican party it does not gather Its ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 September 1902

r r p , t The Commoner. W-ILUAil J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. I? , Vol. 3. No. 35. Lincoln, Nebraska,-Sept. 19, 1903. Whole No. 87. T r - BANKING MERGER The United States Banking corporation, with a capital of six millions and headquarters in Now York, is inviting subscription to its stock and in doing so gives an outline of 'its plan of operations. According to tho prospectus it is the present in tention of tho corporation to "organize a trust company in forty cities." It will be possible, it adds, "to extend the operation of the United States Banking corporation to more than one hun dred cities and towns of importance whenever it is deemed desirable." The corporation will "ac quire existing trust companies by purchasing a controlling interest" unless it finds it more profit able to organize a new company. A reader of Tho Commoner sends the pros pectus in, and asks if it is the first fruit of tho scheme embodied in tho Fowler bill. No; the Fowler bill has not yet become a law, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 September 1902

, The Commoner. 2 n Blv 1; Mr- loavo it master of tho Hold. If you took Sff 'the duty on woolons tho wool trust would prob ably closo every ono of its mills. t Senator Lodge thought tho .methods of regulating trusts by putting them injo tho control of tho public through tho government is tho silliost remody over suggested. , Ho thought tho first remody is supervision and publicity, and tho latter is tho first thing to seek. Ho ndra.its that five per cent of the .trusts are bad! Can it bo that so many have failed to con tribute to tho republican campaign fund? What candid man, can read Senator Lodge's speech and thon believe that tho republican party Intends to employ any effective remedy or is competent to do so? A few years ago all trusts wore bad, now ninetoon out of twenty are good and harmless, and no earnest effort is being made to curb tho other five per con t this is the history of tho republican party on this question. If tho republicans are indorsed by tho people again thoy...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 September 1902

The Commoner, Sept. 19, 190a 3 The Tariff Question In response to numerous requests (or copl Speech of Mr. Bryan In the House of Representatives, Wed of tills Speech, it Is published In The Cem moner. The principles then discussed are ytt vital ones nesday, flarch 16, i892. The house, being in committee of the whole on tho state of the union, and having under con sideratfon the bill (H. R. 6007) to place wool on the free list and to reduce the duties on woolen Bryan said: Mr. Chairman: The gentleman from Maine (Mr. Dingley) put forward to open tho debate by our friends who occupy the wedge-shaped spaco on what used to be called the republican sido, has seen fit to criticise as sporadic the bills so far reported by the committee. He has also found fault with the method which has been adopted. I desire to say tnat I am in hearty sympathy with the majority of the committoo in its decision to attack the tariff in detail; and I think that the bills which have been reported and tho bills ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 September 1902

The Commoner. 4 jr ;' f a Vol. 3, No. 35. J It The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Kntered at the postoflicc at Ijncoln, Nebraska, a second c!hm mail matter. TLRMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE; One Year.... $1.00 EixHonths.. 50c Three Jlonths...... 35c Single Copy , se Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 52c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Commoner. They can also be scut through newspapers which have adver tised n clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents have been appointed. All remittances should be sent by post office money order, express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not scud individual check t, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your ubjc Iption will expire. Thus, Jan. w, means that payment has been received lonnd includingthc last is-ueof January, 190a Two weeks are required after money ir received before the date on the wrapper can be changed. CHANOB OP ADDRBSS.-Subscribers requesting a change ef address must giv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 September 1902

The Commoner. Sept. 9, 1'poa 5 m Trumbull on Imperialism. ' The advocate of Imperialism are respectfully fcommended to the words of Lyman Trumbull, once a conspicuous figure in tho re publican party, but later one of the most consistent and earnest democrats of the nation: "When freemen unsheathe the swdrd it should be to strike for liberty, not for despotism or to uphold privileged monopolies in the oppres sion of the poor." In his Dalton (Mass.) speech Mr. Roosevelt paid: "When I talk to you of my own executive duties, I can teii you definitely what will and what will not bo done." Well, as a starter, Mr. Roosevelt might say whether he intends to bring criminal proceedings against the violators of the federal anti-trust laW. So far ho has maintained a signif icant silence on this interesting topic. It is said that the Michigan Central railroad is threatening to demand of the stato of Michigan j 4 Just a a "Starter." Want to Handle Both Sides. a large sum because of the re peal of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 September 1902

"IT-1" , t 6 ii Cumnt Copies HARRY PANNURB GORDON, WHO DIED RE contly In England, declared that $10,000 per month was necossary for tho necessities of a gen tleman's life. "You know, of course," added Mr. Gordon, "if you want luxuries, it costs more." There are, howover, many men who are known as gentlemen among thoir acquaintances who could get along with $1 0,000 per month and havo oven a few luxuries thrown in for good measure LEAGUE TO REFUSE TO PAY TAXES IS A peculiar organization that has grown up in Paris as a result of tho closing of tho Congrega tional schools. It is icporteu that several thou sand people havo enrolled themselves in this league. Tho intention of tho memhors of this league is to resist tho payment of taxes on tho ground that by tho closing of the Congregational schools tho government encroached on "public liberties." A NUMBER OF FRENCH DEPUTIES HAVE agreed to support a bill which provides that all men and women contemplating matrimony must produce medical ce...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 September 1902

The Commoner. 7 Sept. 19, 190a It will bo Interesting to observe the attitude of the republicans .of those states. In Alabama tho republican committee issued an address in which it insisted that tho republicans were entitled to a share of the credit for the adoption of tho Ala bama constitution and that while tho constitu tion was really adopted by tho democratic vote, it had tho cordial sanction of tho republicans. Tho republican stato convention of North Carolina that met recently excluded negroes from partici pation in tho party affairs. Tho chairman of this republican convention congratulated his delegates that thtey had released themselves from "tho body of death," as he called it, which, being interpreted, meant political "affiliation with tho negroes. 1. AND NOW THE SPIRIT APPEARS TO BE contagious and even that staid old repub lican newspaper, the Kansas City Journal, in an editorial printed in its issue of August 30, de clares' that it is tho part of wisdom for other souther...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 September 1902

8 The Commoner. Vol. a, No. 35. if IK THE HOME DEPARTMENT. We Two. In tho bright October weather, At tho closing of tho day, In tho golden mists of sunset, Wo two met my love and I. Many a long, long year had faded Sinceour lives all sweet and new "Wo had pledged our truth and promised-Promised to bo "always truo." Wo woro joung and joyous foolish, All our path was strewn with flow--. ers, Whilo with mirth and song and sun shine, Gaily sped tfio morning hours. 0, our morn was golden, glowing, 'Blue, unclouded was our sky, And youth's joyous, glad ambitions Lay about my lovo and I. Then our clasped hands idly parted; Still wo smiled, nor dreamed of tears; So, tho way between us widened Widened Into years and years. Now tho sombor shades of autumn Darkens all tho daylight gleam, And tho hush of drowsing nature Lios o'er woodland, wold and - stream. At our foot, tho dead leaves rustle, Stirred by autumn's fitful sigh, j And our arms are full of thistles- Gleanings from a toilsome way. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 September 1902

wspt -r The Commoner. Sept. 19, 190a 9 tfjmr mother or sisters to pick up and put away. A boy can .sew on a pant button just as strongly and as neatly as bis si3ter can; he can sit down to the sewing machino and sew up a rip as good as a girl can, and he can press the creases in his Sunday trousers, smooth out his "ties," hang up his clothes, put his "best things" away in the closet, and wait on himself generally, very much to the satisfaction of both him self and his tired mother. He can fill the teakettle, black tho stove, put the fuel, sweep up his own litterings, lend a hand at the washing machine, help about tho dishwashing, and, in hundreds of ways, ease the burden that is breaking down his over worked mother, with little or no in convenience to himself. Clothlnjr the Children. In providing clothing for the chil dren at school, there should be four suits; one, for very best; one for sec ond best, and two for tho wear and tear of every day. It is almost im possible to,gct on wi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 September 1902

4 The Commoner. Vol. 2, No. 3s. 10 h WHETHER COnnON OR NOtTI Not Every One That Ssyetli. ("Tho rights and interests of tlio laboring man will bo protected nnd cared for, not by labor agitators, but by tho Christian men to whom God in his inflnito wisdom has glvon control of tho property lntorests of tho coun try." Mr. Boer.) Not ov'ry man that sayoth, "Lord, Lord," in oily.tono Has made his calling and election suro. ? For many, asked for bread, but glvo a bit of broken" stone To stay the bitter, hungor of tho poor. Tho Pharisee that prjitoth of partner ship with.Godft. -But holpeth not "tho least of these" of earth, Will, soon or late, bG chastened by a bitter, scourging rod, And learn just what his boastful' claim is worth. Not ov'ry man that sayeth, "Lord, - Lord," shall enter in; 'Tis not a place for greed, nor pomp, nor pride. For scheming mon of money whose wealth was won In sin Tho pearly gates will never open ' wido. Tho Pharisee that standeth puffed up with lordly gain, Tha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 September 1902

The Commoner, Sept. i9, 1902 11 Mills, Arapahoe county; congressman at largo, R. H. Northcutt, Washington county-; state treasurer, James L. Hurt, Saganche county; attorney general, Charles C. Post, Clear Creek county; state auditor, Matthew J. Laydcn, El Paso county; state superintendent of public schools, Mrs. Helen M. Gren fels, of Gilpin county. Two democratic conventions were held at Council Bluffs, la., on Septem ber 10, that of the Ninth congressional district and that of the Fifteenth judi cial district The congressional con vention nominated G. W. Cullison of Shelby county for congress, and by a vote which was declared to bo 49 to 17, refuted to pass a resolution indors ing the Kansas City platform and the recent Iowa state democratic platform. The judicial convention nominated S. B. Wadsnvorth of this city for district judge. A Portland (Me.) dispatch of Sep tember 8 says: Returns for governor in today's election from twenty cities and towns give Hill (republican) 3, 329; ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 September 1902

m? 13 The Commoner. VI. a, No. 33. and keop tho latter noutral. It is ex pected that tho Mucin movement will foe followed by an expedition against tho sultan of Bacolod and Negroa isl and If ho continues hostile. It Is reported from Rome that tho volcano on Stromboll island is in full eruption and is throwing great col umns of fire and torrents of stones. Large volumes of flamo aro also issu ing from tho crator of Mount Vesuvius. anco of military servlco. Tho bill also provides for strict control of emigra tion companies and prescribed severe penalties for persons attempting to in duco emigration by means of mislead ing statements or overflowery advertisements. A dispatch from Guthrie, O. T., dated September 9, says: ' A charter was granted today to the Oklahoma Cen tral Railroad company with a capital of $5,000,000, to build a lino from Fort Smith, Ark., to Vernon, Tex., a dis tance of 350 miles. Tho Incorporators aro L. W. Van Homo of Salt Lake City, Utah, and a number of Oklahoma...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 September 1902

The Commoner. Sept. i9t 1909 13 framed to meet conditions, and wo And now that infants that could get along on 10 per cent when they were born, and 20 per cent when they were chil dren, and 30 per cent when they were young men, have required 40, 50, 60, or 70 per cent when old and entering upon their second childhood. Therefore they had to frame new ar guments. What is tho argument ad vanced now? It ia that the conditions in this country are such that wo can not compete wltn other countries, "and that therefore we must put upon the imported article a tariff making the price so high that we can afford to produce the article in this country. Do they say that they need a protective tariff to help tne sheep Industry get upon its feet? Not at all. Mr. Law rence in his speech said in regard to the impossibility of competing: "And these are the existing con ditions. In Australia merino wool can be and is produced at a less cost than it can be in tho United States, because. (1) pasturage ca...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 September 1902

Vol. a, No. 35. H The Commoner. h l Ij " 1 1 . but cannot exist. And thon to add to their inconsistency, after telling you that the competition in this country is Biich that no combination can exist (In spito of the actual fact that it does exist) they tell you a littlo further on that they aro not willing to destroy the competition of tho American man ufacturer and leave tho farmer entire ly at the mercy of tho foreign producer and importer. In othor words, it Is impossible for tho manufacturers of tais country to combine, but just take off tho tariff and all tho factories in tho world will comblno against tho poor farmer of tho United States. Again, they state that If wo take the tariff off, tho imported will chargo his per cent and tho farmer will not got his binding twine any cheaper than ho did before. At what straws a drown ing mnn will catch! Why, Mr. Chair man, if it is true that tho. amount charged by tho importer will offset the tariff, then what becomes of all this gloomy...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 September 1902

The Commoner; Sept. i9, 190a 15 protect an Industry. You can give it a bounty out of the federal treasury, or you can authorize Jt to take up the collection itself. This Is the only dif ference. Suppose that the chairman desired to help some particular in dustry for instance, one in the home of my friend from New York (Mr. Raines), who has asked the question. He might do it in either of two ways. He might pass around the hat here and collect the money and turn it over to the favored industry, or he might simply say to the man, "I will put a tariff upon' the imported article and make the price so high that you can collect the additional price for yotir home-made .article." Now, vhat is the difference except that in the one case thq chairman passes around the hat and turns the. money over to -his' friend, and in the other case he authorizes the friend to pass the hat himself. Mr. Perkins. May I ask 'the gentle man one Question to clear up a matter in my own mind? Mr. Bryan. Certainly;...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 September 1902

- i 16 The Commoner. Vol. 2, No. 3s. how will you justify tho taking oL that 'which a man raise on ma iana, &ii Hint makes the land valuable? Whero is tho difference between the. soil and tho product of tho soil? wow can you justify tho ono if not the othor? Mr. Lind. Will tho gontleman from Nebraska yield to another question? ' Mr. Bryan. Most willingly. ' Mr. Lind. I boliovo tho gontlom&n from Nobraska voted for a bill tho 'other day taxing tho public at largo for tho purchase of text-books for chil dren who attond tho public schools. How does ho justify that? Mr. Bryan. I think, if I remember correctly, Mr. Chairman, that I havo also paid a littlo tax for tho support of public schools upon tho theory that it was a public purpose, and I voted to buy school books upon tho samo the ory. If I am wrong,t I will bo glad to bo corrected. Did th'o gontleman from Minnesota vote for that with tho un derstanding that it was for a public purposo or for a private purpose? Mr. Lind. A ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 26 September 1902

The Commoner. W1LLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 2. No. 36. A Lincoln, Nebraska, Sept. 26, 1902. Whole No. 88. Speaker Henderson's Withdrawal Speaker Henderson's withdrawal from the con gressional race furnishes the most sensational fea ture of the campaign. Ho is the present speaker of the house of representatives and was a candi date for re-election. His district having an over whelming republican majority his election seemed assured, notwithstanding the activity of the demo crats and the desertion of some republicans sup posed to be comparatively few. It must have re quired some powerful cause to have forced a with drawal under such circumstances. What was the cause? In his letter he gives but one, namely, that he finds many republicans in his district in favor of putting trust-made articles on the free list as a' remedy for private monopolies, and as lie 4s opposed to that remedy he declared that he preferred to retire to private life rather than strike such a blow at...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 26 September 1902

n : The Commoner If l- tors and speakers dofend thorn' asa necessary' evil. The democrats havo a great opportunity;, they should improve it' Let them urgo the free list as a protection from extortion and let them advocate publicity, not as a remedy in itself, hut as an aid to a remedy, and then let them demand that tho republicans accept or oppose tho Kansas City platform remedy which lays tho axe at tho root of tho tree and strikes a blow that will kill. Let tho corporation l,o shut up in the stato of its orig in and let it bo denied tho use of the mails, tho telegraph lines and tho railroads until it shows by conclusive proof that it is not trying to monopolize any branch of business or the production of any article of merchandise. This is a remedy, easy in application, offectivo and complete. No, other has been proposed. Republicans and the Tariff. While it is true that among tho rank and filo of tho republicans of Iowa tho sentiment against trusts and in favor of tariff revision...

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