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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 October 1902

The Commoner. Oct; 17, 190a 13 i? , r r . 1.'" h.- S t!" r- $4.60 Guaranteed. Oak, No. 11 for coalj wood and lignite, lar ger sized Oaks and Rashes, Ceoks and IlHjtcrs in, all styles at factery prices, save you nearly one naif, stoves snipped sub ject to examination at your depot on receipt of II. if not exactly as represented and satisfact ory your money refunded. , . CATALOGUE FREE. $4.60 ($ Empire Stove Manufactarlig Co. Minneapolis, Minn., and Box 2, Omaha, Nob. Blind 20 Years SS Mrs. S. G. Willard, Liborty yillo, HI., was blind 20 yoars from cataracts and was curod by Tho Oneal Dissolvent flcthod, wlth eutthe knife. Your case is no worso. Writo to Dr. Ouoal and toll him youroyo troubles. Ho willadviso you just what to do. Cataracts, scums, granulated lids, ontlc nerve diseases all causes of blindness yield to Dr. Onoal's mild treatment. Ho has restored sight to thousands and has never injured an eye. Dr. Onoal has a now mothod by 'which ho STRAIGHTENS CROSS-EYES without the kni...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 October 1902

The Commoner. H Vol. a, No. 39. THE WEEKLY PRESS FORUM. MR. MITCHELL IS OBDURATE i-tx Scott City (Kaa.) Chronicle: The president's attitude toward the trust question is growing milder and mildor as tirao goos on. Ho already thinks if ho had the powor ho would bo very, very cautious about shackling cun ning lost ho crlpplo its power to do good. Just notice tho soothing effect Teddy's demeanor is having on tho trust magnates. Fairbury (Nob.) Journal: President Roosevelt is quite positive that tho trust ovil cannot bo dealt with with out a constitutional amendment, but ho believes tho powers of congress aro unlimited when it comes to dealing with tho Philippines. Tho president's constitution interpreter is on back wards. Algona (la.) Courier: There is no doubt that tho withdrawal of Speaker Henderson is primarily due to Gov , ornor Cummins and his insurgent fac . tion. They put tho "shelter" plank in to their platform last year and again this year, thus developing tho anti tariff senti...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 October 1902

The Commoner. Oct. 17, 190a. 15 Ur- & 11V ered the local authorities to preserve law and order." Great care should be exercised that those on strike do not pormlt them selves to be provoked by the coal and iron police into the commission of overt acts. The operators, failing to break the strike and deprive you of your well earned victory, are now at tempting to array public sentiment against you by malting false claims that a reign of terror exists in the coal fields. Be steadfast and true while this struggle for living wages and American conditions of employ ment is going on, and we have no hesi tancy in saying that victory will be achieved in the not distant future. The heart of thenation beats in sym pathy with you and all good citizens favor your cause. Do not fail to have resolutions drafted in plain, temperate language, telegraph them at our expense to President Mitchell's- headquarters im mediately on the adjournment of the meetings. (Signed) JOHN MITCHELL, ' President U....

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 October 1902

n, i6 The Commoner. Vol. 2, No. 3p. . -? News of the Week REPUBLICAN "HARMONY" ON THE TARIFF. , 4- i t V e - if 1 1 ' !-? (Continued from Pago 12.) coedlngs looking to tlio onforcomont of the Interstate commorco act against the companlos and criminal proceed ings against their officers; petitioning tho governor of Pennsylvania to call a spocial session of tho legislature of that gfato to condemn all tho coal-carrying railroads and sufficient of tho mines to supply tho demands of tho people. Fur ther, tho resolution petitions tho pres ident to call a special session of tho house of representatives and to recom mond to thorn the appointment of a committeo with full powor to investi gate tho causo of tho striko and to place tho blamo therefor. A supple mental resolution, offered by Judge Frank B. Garvin of Indianapolis, was also ordered attached to tho main res olutions. It urges that tho president at onco institute proceedings "to pre vent a combination of tho coal opera tors" and to ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 October 1902

' "w;1 ll . jvi'w"1 pipppw - ' zv i. - - ' J ' - ? - V n The Commoner WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 1 S s !. . V- 4 t . , w - & : .j - 7. "V0K3. No. 40. Lincoln, Nebraska, Oct. 34, 1902. Whole Np. 93. Arbitration Commission Appointed. For the present at least tho coal striko Is set tled. A commission of six men has been appointed to consider and report upon the facts in the case and the public ivill suspend judgment until the re port is made. Instead of leaving the appointment of the commission to the president, as Mr. Mitchell on behalf of the. minors suggested, the mine own ers tried to v pack tho commission In their own favor by designating the kind of men to be chosen and limiting thein to certain occupations. Mr. Gompers, president of the federation -of labor, pointed out that the mine owners had so limited the appointments that .it would be impossible for the president to select a laboring man or ono spe cially representing them. The mine owners In sisted that t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 October 1902

nm"f" r "" wnw w-y S v- v v 1 I i k a The Commoner. Oct-- afjo02 . been' rosorted to with, respect to the tniat mag nates? And is it not strange that after It has been ' demonstrated that tho 'hoof trust magnates have practically Jgnorod tho injunction and have con tinued their combination in the face of that injunc tionis it not strange that tho indictment has not boon resortod to as tho offcctivo weapon in theso cases? It is significant that in tho presonco of this gigantic ovll, an ovil which is hoing felt by every consumer in tho land, tho attorney general, repre senting a party that has boon in control of all branches of tho federal government for nearly six yeard, could only cito four instances In which pro ceedings had been taken against monopolies? Ono of tho most Interesting features of Mr. Knox's address was. that wherein ho gave an il lustration showing tho difference botweon a rea eonablo and an unreasonable arrangement or con tract at common law. Ho cited as a reasonabl...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 October 1902

- (1 The Commoner. Oct. 34, 190a MMIMM4 ii Bow Did That Coal Tariff Get In ? Secretary Mody Saya It wa Smug gled Int th Dlngtey Law, but tfc Congressional Record Shows Dint it was placed thera after Warm Debate. i i i 4HfrHMfrfrfr'M v -J 1 - .v. On theovening of October 10 at Madison, Wis., Secretary of the. Navy Moody delivered a speech .in which ho apologized for-the tariff on coal by saying that the coal barons "felt secure in their independence as a result of the duty of G7 cents per ton on anthracite coal which had been covertly and In a cowardly manner smuggled Into the Ding ley bill." j.- It was necessary for republican leaders to malco some? defense for the tariff on coal at this time when the popular resentment against the coal trust ' is so strong; but it is amazing that a member of the president's cabinet should go so far a to ' actually misrepresent the facta. " The Dlngley bill was passed in 18D7. Mr. Moody, now secretary of the navy, was at that time a member of the lq...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 October 1902

'-.giwwiPWfPPWWPiWWTWWPip The Commoner 'ft The Commoner. i ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered at the poslofficc at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second class mail matter. TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. One Year. $1,00 Ejxflonths. ,....,.. 50c Three flonths 350 Single Copy 5c Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 52c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Commoner. They can also be Bent through newspapers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents have been appointed. All remittances should be sent by post" office money order, express orderr or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual check j, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. oa, means that payment has been received to and including the last issue of January, 1902 Two weeks are required after money is received before the date on the wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OF ADDRESS.-Subscribera requesting a change of address must...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 October 1902

Commoner. 5 Oct. 3, 1903 M fM-' -j .rir ' ' - In a speech Senator Piatt of. Connecticut de clared: "We affirm that the 'tariff is the parent 01 prosperity. 11 mc aeuawk means prosperity that is con fined to a limited circle of men who refer to themselves aa "trustees of Gdd" in the monop olization of property, then feVrwill ho inclined to take issue with him. Monopoly Prosperity. A Delusion and a Snare. - r r t . Professor Zeuhlin in an address at the Min neapolis convention of mployers and employes, ' - referred to "the impudent and " Baer blasphemous and inefficient rep- " the resentative of the anthracite "Trustee. trust who proclaims himself the chosen of God." Professor Zeub lin's reference was complete and needed no dia gram in order to meet with full appreciation at the hands of his audience. The St Louis, Globe-Democrat says: "Neither the republican party nor President McKinley ever favored reciprocity on articles produced by American indus tries." Why then all this talk abo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 October 1902

0 Commoner 6 v V Current Copies AC 00 UN TS OF ACCIDENTS IN "WHICH tho automobile lias played the leading part are alraoat of evory-day occurrence, but It is not so common to hear of a case where the horse came off victor. Such a case is reportod from Chicago on Octobor 12 wherein tho automobile struck a horse hitched to a milk wagon and instead of tho horso getting tho bad end of the bargain, ho begail to kick tho machine. Finally the horse and ma chine were soparated and tno animal was again hitched to the wagon, but iuo auto is laid up for repairs. AN ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION IS SHORTLY to loavo Scotland unuer tho leadership of William S. Bruce, who has already made four arctic voyages since 1896. Tho expedition is un dertaken in tho hope of reaching as far south as possible without being frozen In and also to spe cialize in oceanography and meteorology. It is intended to sail south of tho Sputh Atlantic ocean between tho zones at present being navigated by the Swedish and Gorman exp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 October 1902

The Commoner. 7 imh V:V R 5v &; ix . Oct 34, 190a ' general laws regulating the admission of alien citizens. The treaty of Paris, unlike earlier trea jtiee Which dealt with Louisiana, Florida, Califor nia, and Alaska, did not undertake to make native lrorn citizens of Porto Rico citizens of the United States. It expressly provided that the civil rights and political status of the native inhabitants of the territories ceded to the United States Bhould be determined by congress." THE DAY IS FAST APPROACHING WHEN ,the Journey from this country across the 'Atlantic may be made in Very much less than the 'time it now consumes, which is some hours more than Ave days. Tho two speediest vessels in the - service are the Deutschland and Kaiser "Wilholm der GroBse, and their record in reducing the tima limit leads tho Chicago Record-Herald to express the opinion that in the course of a few years it will be possible, to reach Liverpool from New York in seventy-two hours. The Record-Herald s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 October 1902

Kk.ailKJB.HdM .JP S..V w " -.. -' . ' 8 The Commoner. Tol. a, No. 40. . I- It I 'I ' i iM6 f...Xbe Bome Department... fraftittte3 To My Only Son. Do you know that your soul Is of my soul such part That you soom to bo Abro and Strength Of my heart? Nono other can praise mo, As you, dear, can do; Nono other can pleaso, mo, Or pain roe, as you. Remember, tho world will bo Quick with its blame, If shadow, or stain over . Darken your namo. "Llko mother, like son," Is a saying so true, Tho world will judge largely Of mothor, through you. Bo yours, then, tho task .If a task it shall bo To forco this proud world To do homage to mo; Be sure it will say, When its vordict you've won "She reaps as sho sowed For this man is her son." or, or mako them felt in so great a measure upon tho moral a!hd social questions of tho day, as by carefully and wisely roaring honorable, close thinking, broad-minded sons and daughters. This is the highest duty tho greatest distinction conferred upon any one in th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 October 1902

HBBIBH tliS mMumumm 'Mrnw, ryW" '1 -jB-wsFinfruw ''WWMP'W Hmsab.MnteftM&. , "j " The Commoner, Oct. 34 , 1909 rmmm 9 "jt i'i bo long as men praise that type; but it is a cheering sign of the timesth'at women are becoming more and more self-reliant, and that men are more and more learning to respect them be cause they respect themselves. Letter Writing. There are few thing's which more completely "give away" a woman than the letters she sends out of her home. Every letter bears upon its face the impress of the one who has written it Let it always say of you, then, "She is a lady a woman of refinement" Smooth white paper, of whatever size you like best Of course, there are "fads" in letter paper, as in evr erything elsoj but wo are considering plain common sense now. Let it bo ruled, or unruled; as you prefer; all the sheets of one size; neatly written upon, with good black or blue-black ink; free from ink blots, interlinings, or erasures; carefully folded; and showing no "finger-...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 October 1902

The Commoner. IO Vol. a; N. 40; TOM JOHNSON ANt THE DISORGANIZERS ae I Whether Common or Hot LOUIS P. POST ..IN.. THE PUBLIC. jC , jl A Prayer. IIolp mo, dear Father, that I jmay Walk upright, in Thy sight; Koop Thou myTfeot within Thy way And guard mo with Thy might. Bind mo toTheo in love's strong, bands , Thy woridrdus lovo so mild I trust myself within Thy hands, Even as a child. Bo THojli my stay unto the end, My cbmfort and my guide; Thy lovo upon my ways attend When dangers dread hotido. O, tender Shepherd of tho shoop; Bo with mo in tho wild, That I at last may sink to sleep, Even as a child. Sure Plan. "I saw an advertisement in the pa per tho other day,. It offered to tell for $2 how' a fellow' could savo one-half of his coal bill this winter." "Did you, send for it?" -t "Yes, sent 'om ?2 and got tho in formation. It was correct, all right. I know how to save half my coal bills now." "How nro you going to do it?" "I'll tell you for half what It-cost me." "All right, here's...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 October 1902

1 r' The- Commoner. Oct, 24, I03 ii -VfV s . I ft l r Dootey on Bjfer, I can get up th' clrcylation iv me blood principally in me neck by read in' what me frind th' outspoken, oft spoken, janial, tolerant, thruthful an' religious President Baer has to say. .There's a thruly great man, th' first prlsidint wo have raaly had that come up to mo Idee iv what a prlsidint ought to be. He's a gr-reat llthra choor, a. gr-reat dayflnder iv th' hearth again' hard coal, th' protictor iv chill- blains an' croup, th' inlmy iv prlckly heat an' arnlchy. List, will ye, to What Baer, th' gr-reat Baer, Ursa Major, as Hogan calls him, has to say iv th' L-sthry Iv th' wurruld an' th' ways iv Providence as revealed to him -wan day as ho was readln' the scriptures on th' ticker: " 'Years ago,' says Baer, 'naturo de cided that some day, afther she'd bad a long peeryod iv practice, an' got her hand in be makin' th' stars, th' moon, th' sun, th' stock exchange, an' other divine wurruks, she'd" compose mo he ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 October 1902

W7l fy- ' pwiW r-ffrf"p7 . The Commoner. 12 VoU a, No. 40. IMaMHUMiMabKMMH Hv 1 Ce es of e Week On Oct. 11th th& American Federa tion of "Labor issued an appeal to the public for financial and moral aid for the striking minors. This appeal de nounces the attitude of tho mine owners and says that upon them must rest the responsibility for tho hard ships resulting from tho presont coal famine. An interesting boundary dispute be tween tho "States of Missouri and No braksa is being hoard at Auburn, Neb. Tho controversy aroso by reason of a change in tho channel of the Missouri river, In which about 3,00 acres of land from Nemaha county, Nob., has been shlftod to tho Missouri sido. A Boston, dispatch of Oct, 11, says: Sir Frederick Birdon, Canadian minis ter, who is a Visitor in this city, in an interview today made known tho fact that tho Canadian and British govern ments havei'declded to jointly establish a fast steamship service between Hali fax. Nova Scotia, and Liverpool ports w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 October 1902

- The Commoner. Oct 24, 190a 13 "! w r I V. R31 College Education At Horn. tXnv Tntrraltlu4tff iTnuUrf merit offer courses by mll la the Ancient and Modern Lanjrutgtt, Utefure,HWary, Mathematics ad Sciences. Students under direct persetwt rVirsii nf Mhuatla llarvaffl. Yale. Cornell and leading eel l Pull Normal and Cemmereta! departments. Tuition noMlaaU Text booka free to or students. Catalog and Particulars frtt. fyrue lo-atrjr. Zm HOXX OORBZBTOKSXXOX SCKOOX, Dspt. 12, SprlngflsM, Mas. WANTED-6aieemen la all unoccupied territory ; ICO per month easy; or bettor still on commission, if preferred, bpauldlng Kursory & Orchard Co., Spauldlng, 311. $75 Mentis, am Xxweatsee; no experience needed; poaltlon permanent; self-seller, PJU.BB HT9. Co.tBtat'a MClaetBBatt. O. 95 to $12 WEEKLY for copying letters for us in your own home, outflta and particulars free. Address, ladles' Home Magarlne, Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. Tin Old Lini Bankirs Life Insurance Go. of Lincoln, Nebraska, will w...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 October 1902

m " IMHHHH 1., "t Wl ( . The Commoner. 14 Vol. a, No. 40. I u IMY OUTRAGEOUS RAILWAY MAIL RATES. Tho railroads of 'the United States are defrauding and overcharging tho ' government to tho extent of $10,000,000 per annum, and tlils public plundering is going on whllo statesmen and dab ster at -Washington are vacantly go ing about for means whereby they may 'avoid deficit of eight million dollars per annum in running tho postofllco de partment. Tho frauds are notoriously open and admitted - Railroads are receiving over $32,000, 000 per annum for . service, though thoy aro not entitled to more than $22,000,000 on any fair 'basis of gov ernment allowance. Railroad managers havo stuffed the mails with free postal matter during . a period of thirty days every four years when "the government made its quad rennial rowelghlng, and for tho other forty-seven months oT tho term thpy N havo drawn vast sums from tho treas ury. i Some fooblo vaporings have gone out from Washington that congress h...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 October 1902

si m J Oct. 24, 190a. The Cammoner; 15 ;. 1 iff te Y if. - v- tit. 1 p i ' W e . MR. BRYAN IN 1893 & Tho Chicago Chronicle is respon sible for the fact that a number of newspapers have printed the charge that in 1892 Mr. Bryan bolted the dem ocratic national ticket Although the Chronicle's attention has been called to the falsity of this accusation, it has printed and reprinted on several oc casions the false statement In the Chicago Chronicle of July 28 the following letter appeared: Bourbon, 111., July 25. (To the Edi tor of the Chicago Chronicle.) While not a subscriber to nor a believer in all the doctrines of William J. Bryan, as a democrat whose only politicat "wish is for harmony and the success of democracy t "object to those who live in glass houses tbrowing stones at Mr. Bryan or any other of the great lead ers of democracy. In a recent editorial you accuse Will iam J. Bryan of-voting for Weaver in 1892 Wheher a vote for Weaver in Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas and some ot...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 October 1902

I f nirnfB i-i 'Itv f s The Commoner. I lit?. AIIIUUVUVI ' ;.,VIr25iN . FORUM OF THE WEEKLY PRESS "il iv ik," -i W Savannah (Mo.) Democrat: The best evidence that the tariff Is a shel ter and a foster mother to the trusts is the fact that every time the pro posal to revise it Is made the trusts hold up tholr hands in holy horror at the proposition. Alma (0.) Democrat: "Cunning" still stands at the toll-gate down the pike making the common herd go down into their pockots, while our stronuous president holds tho shackles up to public view with that terrible wild cat killing expression spread over his face an incfc deep. York (Neb.) Democrat: The last trust formed throw out of employment 10,000 mon. These men must go to farming perhaps. Tho republicans justify high tariff on tho ground of " furnishing employment in factories and thus building up a homo market Does tho above fact look like it? West Point (Neb.) Democrat: Gar field announcecrthe doctrine of his par ty to be "protective t...

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