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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 October 1902

HMSiAJ vnr s - The Commoner, Oct. id, 1902 s r it will be much more satisfactory for .the. average, busy woman "with little garden or window space, to order mostly hyacinths, 46032385s and crocuses. Narcissus are lovely the hardy, gar den sorts, if they were as sure to bloom as the others, but some sorts just glory in disappointing the planter in the matter of flower. Scilla Siber ica, Glory of Snow, and the dainty lit tle tritellias.with their smell of wood violets, are all desirable, oven for house culture. A half dozen of these should bo planted in a small pot I do not think crocuses will be as satis factory indoors as out They, can bo planted even in the grass on the lawn, and they are beautiful. "Wiion you. have finished planting your bulb bed, sow one or more papers of mixed petunia seeds over them, and there will bo one beauty spot in your garden from frost to frost Border Land. Wo are on the last quarter, while the darkness creeps down upon us each day ' a few seconds or min...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 October 1902

The Commoner. 10 Vol. aj No.38. fj w o r 4H4Mf4H444iM4MWS Whether Common or Dot O Pa's Troubles. I can't imagine what pa's dono, but it's somothln' bad I s'poso; I've asked my teacher 'bout it, but she says- 'at no one knows. An' pa ho scorns so worrited, an' anx ious like an' bluo, He's got ma frottin' also, an I don't know what t' do. Pa's alius ben real good t' mo, but 'long sinco oarly fall ' Ho's had no time t' spond with mo an' ain't been homo at all. I ast ma what the matter wus with pa an' she replied, -"Yor, pa's beon nominated,'' an' I just sot down an' cried. Why wus pa nominated? That's what I want t' know. . Jack Jones ho said 'twas politics, but .1 know that ain't so. I bet some other feller has gone an' broke a law An' then turned 'round just like a snitch an' swore it wus, my pa: But anyhow pa's worrited an' stays out late at night, . An' says ho's got t' do it 'cause ho's flghtin' f'r th' right. Ned Smith ho said- they'd- send my pa t' legislative hall Nd I just sma...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 October 1902

The Commoner. Oct. io, 1909 11 The democrats of -the Ninth congres sional district of Ohio have nominated Hon. Charles J. York of Genoa for congress. In the kld of Politics, i fVWWWWArV nominees: First district, Thomas Hedge, Burlington; Second district, William Hoffman, Muscatine; Third district, B. P. Birdsall, Clarion; Fourth district, G. N. Haugen, Northwood; Fifth district, Robert G. Cousins, Tip ton; Sixth district, John F. Laeey, Oskaloosa; Seventh district, W. P. Hepburn, Clarinda; Ninth district, Walter I. Smith, Council Bluffs; Tenth district, J. P. Conner, Denlson; Elev enth district, Lot Thomas, Storm Lake. The populists have not entered the field in Iowa this year. Last year L. H. Weller, their candidate for gov ernor, received 780 votes and this year they held no state convention and they held 10 w district or county conventions. The republican state convention of Montana indorsed Roosevelt for presi dent in 1904. Joseph M. Dihon of Mis soula was nominated for congress...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 October 1902

t-p The Commoner. 13 Yt a, N. 38. V. t MWMYVWW J e flews of the Week Affairs in Iroland nro again attract ing tho attention of England and it is said that tho condition there is caus ing "considerable anxiety." Tho land lords have refused to attend tho pro posed land conforonco and this is taken as a bad sign for tho peace of Iroland. Tho nationalists continuo their anti govornmont campaign, and tho govern ment retaliates by onforcing tho crimes act and interesting complications aro expectod. A California report has it that J. Piorpont Morgan is about to identify himself with tho oil interests of that state. A company having a capitaliza tion of $5,000,000 has been organized and this money is to bo dovoted to tho construction of linos, pumping stations, storage tanks, and tho like. It is statod that Mr. Morgan and his asso ciates havo also formed a separate company, capitalized at $20,000k000, half of which will be invested in im proving ground and tho other half turned into a reser...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 October 1902

The Commoner. Oct. io, 190a 13 m iv mt Democrats May Ask ' ' "Why organized Labor -wants the Referendum. Why, to stop the strikes, and the shootings, and the "Vampire" Judges. They know that if the people were in power that if wc had a HEAL DEMOCRATIC GO- TEBNMENT, that I,abor would get justice. Public opinion, WITHOUT THE POWER to enforce its sentiments (sec the coal strike) is a farce, but Public Opinion BACKED BY VOTES is omnipotent. See paragraph on "Strict Constructionists" fn HOW TO TItEAT THE TKUST8 AND nOW TO WIN IN 1004 Price 25 Cants Postpaid. Hie Abbey Press, 114 PIf tli Ave., N. Y. City. Br VtrBBBBBBBBB&lBBr JVVblE!!9BSLBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr J' BmrnW SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBP" m BAER VERSUS MITCHELL. 'ccf 4 1. BUd BUTtriot, dart " . and dap proof, vlllwurfonrer. Warrtatedby DUEBERb"m,d' (rtiLit Vkteh e mtnnfuttmr. TltUd.ltli bit mtio JewtUd Americas BMTratu)d. Atrfstt!rokpuflirunUt4 JorSOj.n. Cat (hi eu t nd od 1 1 to u with your nun,poit tSw nd iprt off...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 October 1902

!?B5BEHslOT The Commoner; 14 Vol. 2, No; 38. 4 -. ' k , j . " " I ... .PRESIDENT JOHN MITCHELLS STATEMENT. . . , f$ W -I b II? Phlladolphia, Sept. 28. Prosidont Mitchell of tho united mlno workers tonight gave out tho following state ment: "Tho recent utterances of Mr. Baer, spokesman of tile anthrnclto coal trust, Mr. Hewitt and other Interested per sons dlselo3o a woJl-definod purpose to confuse and cloud tho real causes which resulted In tho coal strike and nn attempt to divert attention from tho actual lssuos Involved. However, misleading as are their utterances, it Is a relief to know that thoy now ad mit that tho public has righto and In terests which cannot bo Ignored with Impunity, and, Inasmuch as tho pub lic muBt bo the final arbiter of tho coal strike, it Is imperative that it shall not be deceived by statements which aro at variance with tho facts. "With tho purpose of correcting some of the false impressions and misrepresentations contained in tho statoinonts of tho gen...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 October 1902

" The Commoner. Oct. io, 190a. 15 m $4.60 Guaranteed Oak, No. 11 for coal, wood and lignite, lar- cr sized uaks and Kanrcs, teeKS and Heaters in all styles a t factory prices, save you nearly one naif, stoves shipped sub ject to examination at .your depot on receipt of 11. if not exactly as represented and satisfact ory your money refunded. CATALOGUE FREE. $4.60 (3' Empire Stove MaHBftctttriif C. Minneapolis, Mint)., and Box 2, Oroahn, Neb. We toaok you rr will not cost you a dollaii to nt for a first . class Bookkeeper If you will giro us a few hours of jour tlmo. Address, BOOKKEEPING BUREAU, TICK'S FAMILY MAGAZINE, ItOCHESTER, N. Y. .aaa . "v ! .aH -w 10 mmlt$FvfL KEEP BOOKS FREE fflT f Month and Expenses; no experience ife needed: position permanent; self-seller, P M J Pka.sk Mm. Co.,StRt'n Cincinnati, O. $5 to $12 WEEKLY for copying letters for us In your ctrn homo, outfits and particulars free. Address, Ladlos' Homo Magazine, rhlladolphla, Pennsylvania. WANTED Active canvassers...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 10 October 1902

H 16 The Commoner. - Vol. 2, No. 38. '1 1 11 c n Jt 1 B Eastern Political Situation. An Associated proas dispatch from New York, undor date of October 2, glVes an Interesting rovlow of the po litical situation in that section. It Is roportod that conventions woro hold In the congressional districts within the boundaries of tho boroughs of Manhattan, tho Bronx and Richmond, The nominations follow: RepublicanEighth district, Mon tague Lesalpr, renominated; Ninth, convention adjourned; Tenth, con vention adjourned; . Eleventh, Henry Blrroll; Twelfth, Charles Shongood; Thirteenth, James W. Perry; Four toonth, convention adjourned; Fif teenth, William H. Douglas, ronomi natod; Sixteenth, convention ad journed; Seventeenth, Harvey T. An drews; Eighteenth, Frank 0. Shaof fer. Democratic Eighth district, State Senator Timothy D. Sullivan; Ninth, Henry M. Goldfoglo, renominated; Tenth, William Sulzer, renominated; Eleventh, William R. Hearst; Twolfth, Georgo D. McClollan, renominated; Thirte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 October 1902

The Commoner. WILLIAI1 J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. , i ir k v . VbL 2. No. 39 Lincoln, Nebraska, Oct. 17, 1902. Whole No. 91. 30O3fr f - - - i 0Ofrfr3Cfr$frC"&Ofrl'4 A PROSPERITY CATECHISM ? Nearly every republican spell-binder begins his speech by asserting that we always have good times under a republican administration and al ways have hard times under a democratic admin istration. This is a sweeping statement and it is seldom safe to use the word "always" in a politi cal argument. It is very easy to show that the re publicans are entirely too emphatic In their in dorsement of republican times and in their con demnation of democratic times. One is reminded of the experience of a man in Memphis, Tenn., who, having imbibed liquor until he felt In a fighting mood, went out in search of a row. Ho met a stranger on the street, and stopping him, said: "I can whip any man in, the city of Mem phis." The stranger saw that he was under the in fluence of liquor and passed by and le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 October 1902

a dollar If thoy had Intended to raiso prices and lowor tho purchasing power of the dollar imme diately afterwards? In tho second place, the republicans called ua ropudiators because wo promised to increase tho volumo of monoy and raise prices. Thoy charged that a riso in prices would cheapen tho dollar and that a choapor dollar would enable pcoplo to re pudiate thoir dobts by paying thorn with less pur chasing power than thoy borrowed. Is it fair to assumo that tho republicans would have called us ropudiators if they had thomsolves intended to do tho very thing that wo promised to do? In 1890 the republicans not only said that wo had enough money, but thoy said that It did not matter Whothor wo had much or little provided It was all good. Thoy now boast that wo have flvo hundred - millions of monoy in circulation more than wo had In 1896, and thoy claim credit for tho im provomont In industrial conditions caused by tho Increase in circulation. This increase in tho cir culation can ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 October 1902

tufi-jj3 The Commoner. Oct. 17, 190a THE TRUSTS AND THE FREE LIST STRONG REPUBLICAN TWTJ MOtfY Ilf SUPPORT Or THE KANSAS CITY PLATFORM. MAM Op) r i . I IV V- Tho proposition mado in the Kansas City platform that "Tariff laws should he amended by putting the products of trusts upon the free list to prevent monopoly under the plea of protection," -would not provide a complete remedy for all trust evils. This proposition suggests one of the sev eral remedies. That it is an important and a valuable remedy is indicated by tho fact that" tho trust-magnates vigorously object to its applica tion. So far as this suggestion applies to tariff protected trusts it is, indeed, a plausible remedy and it must appeal to tho intelligence of tho people. It is hy no means a new remedy. Ten years ago' Mr. Bryan, then a member of congress, introduced in the house a bill providing for tho removal of tho tariff on the products of . trusts. Mr. Bryan's bill was introduced May 20, 1892, and yet this proposit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 October 1902

9Vi The Commoner. t W f,r h If ! The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Rutered nt thcpostofllcc at X,lucolu, Nebraska, as second class tunll matter. t " TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE, One Year $1.00 I I Three 1onth5 35c Elxflonths 50c Single Copy 5c Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 53c Extra. i . ' . ....: SUBSCRIPTIONS cnn be sent direct to The Commoner. They cnn also be sent through newspapers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents Imvc been appointed. All remittances should be scut by post ofllcc money order, express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual check-, titanips, or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your subsaiption will expire, Thus, Jan. 02, means that payment has been received to and including the last issueof January, 1902 Two weeks are required after money is received before the date en the wrapper can be changed. CI1ANOE OF ADDRESS.-Subscribers requesting a change ef address must g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 October 1902

The Commoner. Oct. 17, 190a , ! r If . ; A republican paper says that the sign "Help (Wanted" is conspicuous an over the country today and is one of the evidence of re . Help Wanted publican prosperity. This ropub to be lican paper has forgotten that Sure, in many instances the help is wanted to tako the places of workingmen who are striking in the hope of ob taining sufficient wages with which to support their families in these days of republican trust prices. The Now York republican convention, domi nated by Senator Piatt, who was reported to bo very antagonistic to President Has Roosevelt on account of the Piatt president's attitude toward Changed? trusts, declared in favor of Mr, Roosevelt's nomination in 1904, and pledged the earnest efforts of the republican party of New York to bring about that end. Has Piatt become convinced that trusts are not good for the country? Or have those who have placed their confidence in Mr. Roosevelt's "campaign against trusts" been deceived? The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 October 1902

6 Current Copies THAT WAR MAY SOMETIMES DE A MEANS of good Is illustrated by recent advices as to tlio intornai progress and prosperity of Spain and her people sinco the termination of the war with the United States. Dr. Florcstans Aguilar of Madrid, who Is on a visit to this country for tho purposo of arousing interest in tho international medical congress to bo hold at Madrid, April 23 to 30, 1903, gives in tho Chicago Chronicle an In teresting account of tho feeling in Spain? After denying tho stories circulated as to tho young Icing's escapades and tho claim that ho is unfit for his high ofllco and its duties, the doctor said: "Tho governmont Is in sound condition and has. gainod materially by tho war with this country, Getting rid of tho Philippines, receiving 820,000, 000 in cash, which sho needed, and tho influx of Cuban capitalists to tho homo country has proved of great boneflt to us and wo are having a period of great financial prosperity. Wo should nevor havo entered upon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 October 1902

The Commoner. Oct i7, 190a .- print nothing concerning the movement in the higher schools. No. 3,85? Absolutely no com munication concerning the commercial conven tion drawn up between Russia and Persia; nor anything about tho pending discussion of tho Erzeroum treaty by Persia and Turkey in Con stantinople. No. 9,200 In Jaroslaw the trial ia proceeding of some students of the Demidow Lyceum, who aro accused of disturbing public or der, rioting in tho streets and ill-treating police officials. You are recommended to say absolutely nothing about this matter. Per Telephone You are recommended to say nothing -about the ap pointment of the Austrian ambassador. No. 6,733 Until further notice nothing to be said about tho suicide in tho Wladimir district court. No. 10,490 Absolutely no news or articles to bo published about the disorders in tho. seminaries. (Quito secret) No. 302 To publish nothing about the suspension of tho "Rossia" newspaper, nor to give the reasons for thia suspension....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 October 1902

rijiiiwuywimwiimwPtJiW 8 The Commoner, Tol. a, No. 39. f ,99$V(i TU fZktm Ttsmtitifttti t MjViniX. JLSfll liii .! 7Al&4,&&'k'k&AA&&&!k&&'kA&iVC!CC.'lCiC!fip. The Two Armies. (This poom was written soma years boforo tho civil war.) As life's unonding column pours, Two marshaled hosts are seen, Two armies on tho trampled shores That death flows black between. Ono marches to tho drum-beat's roll, Tho wldo-mouthed clarion's bray, And bears upon a crimson scroll, "Our glory is to slay." Ono movesln siltfnco by tho stream, With sad, yet watchful eyes, Calm as tho patient planet's gleam ' That walks tho clouded skies. i Along its front no sabres shino, 'No blood-red pennons wave; . Its banner bears tho single lino, "Our duty is to save." For those no death-bed's lingering shade; At honor's trumpet-call, With knitted brow and lifted blade In glory's arm's they fall. For those no clashing falchions bright, No stirring battle-cry; Tho bloodless stabber ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 October 1902

r 3 - - --' iipijjiWiwu;iuyywywi.tiWAiy"vr.lw miw jufi, mm , " 'tWf19W Ji -4PJWJ Wl ''IpWPItfWWflPfW ' The Commoner. Oct. i7, 190a 9 hang it up by; nails or hooka hero and there over its surface, on which to hang spoons, skimmers, ladles and other necessary kitchen articles that are in almost constant use; little leather straps nailed on in which to slip the knives and forks, and a hook or two at the bottom on which to hang holders. This should ho hung on the .wall over the cook table. ttt For the laundry, take a piece of smooth board, 8x16 inches; bore a hole in one end to hang it up by. On one end, tack a covering of screen wire, such as is used for doors and windows; over the other half tack a pad of several thicknesses of cloth. When the starch "sticks," rub your flat-iron, holding both over the cloth pad which should catch all dripping wax; rub the flat-iron over the pad; and then over a clean cloth, and see how beautifully smoo.i it works. ' Whenever changing flat-irons, re pe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 October 1902

glffllfllHHpimiM t ivMrP"" The Commoner. 10 Vol. a, No. 39. frs miiii I Whether Common or Dot fr0 The Versifier Plaint. I could sing of "Brown Octobor" as the stately troes' disrober In au tumnal season sober, were it not , my vagrant thoughts so often turn JTo.a question now so pressing that It always keeps mo guessing, with - effects that are depressing, "Whoro and how may I got anthracite to bum?." I could sing of "Autumn Season" in fc a mariner perhaps pleasin' were it not.for this one reason there's an empty coal bin yawning and I'm broke. &nd my mind with consternation goes through multiform gyration at the awful elevation of the price of Rock Springs, Hanna Nut and coke. I could sing of "Leaves Turn Yel low" or of "Chestnut Burrs That Swoll-o," if I knew just where a fellow could procure three tons . of coal upon his note. But the "Cash" sign greets my vision, while the dealers with decision shake their heads in mild deri sion when for coal some of my v.orses I would quot...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 October 1902

The Commoner. Oct. 17,-1903 11 toe- X" ,' "Starch n." The people by thousands were crowded about And the president spoke, with intent to give, out His position on trusts and the things that ho said Caused every old codger to doddle his head And remark: "Well, whar does ho stand? D'yo see?" And I said "Search mo!'1 The newspaper fellows were writing like smoke, Shorthanding every darn'd word that he spoke, But when all the pothooks and curves were unspun I heard each afasking the next other one This remark: "Where did he land? Could you see?" And ho said: "Search me!" The folks read the papers, all anxious ,to see . How dead right on trusts our Teddy must be, But when they had scanned all thor ough and clean Each turned to his neighbor with questioning mien , And remarked: "Well, whar in this d d trust busi ness is he?" But t'other un said: . "Search me!" Atlanta Constitution. Slumbering in Ignorance. Philippine affairs are forgotten. Ex cept attention is attracted by the hor rid mar...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 October 1902

13 The Commoner. Vol 'a, No. 39. cpe news or xm wtw. KmMmmmmmmmmttmnmmmmmmmmmmmmfminm? Later reports of tho destructive typhoon that visited Japan early In September camo by way of Victoria, B. C, undor date of October 4. It is Bald that in and about tho city of Kagoshlma GOO fishing smacks and 1, G00 men wore lost Other provinces also suffored heavily. It is reported from Manila that tho Amoricans undor Captain Pershing have completely routed tho Maclu Moros in tho Island of Mindanao, kill ing or wounding 100 of them and cap turing and destroying forty forts. Two Amoricans wore wounded. The dis patch says: It Is believed tho moral effect of tho defeat of tho Moros will bo great. General Davis has ordered that hostilities bo stayed In drder to pormit tho sultan of Bacolod and other hostile sultans to make peace. A Washington dispatch undor date of October 4, says: Secretary Moody has issued an order creating tho now Caribbean division, with headquarters at Culebra, Porto Rico. Admir...

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