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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 October 1902

B3 w? wnW!W The Commoner WILLlkH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. fr- j. Vol. 3. No. 41. Lincoln, Nebraska, Oct. 1, 1902. Whole No. 93 r:-::fi3 "-. -- V c Pr ma. KM1 R--' Br- Ej Pr'fT . !WA mVVAMWVAVyAYAM C iWMMIMHtMUMMtttHmM A False and Fraudulent Record WWVWWWmWflW Republican loaders have caused to bo circulated In nearly every congressional district of the coun try a publication which pretends to be a copy of the record of the proceedings of the lower house of congress for May 21, 1000. According to this spurious record it would ap pear that on May 21, 1900, the republicans of the house voted In the affirmative, and democratic and populist members voted in the negative, respect ing a bill designed to give to the government the "power to create any corporation for the purpose of commorco between the "states, including rail road, telegraph, telephone, transportation, express and sleeping car companies." The purpose of this presentation is evidently to take undue advantage of the pr...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 October 1902

wrwwm BgW The Commoner. "3J ? Volhai, No.Mi. -3 ..A Catechism on Imperialism.. ' Q. Is the Philippine question settled? A. No. ' Q. How can it bo settled? ; A. Either by applying American principles to the Filipinos or by abandoning those principles in the United States. Q. Why do republicans declare that the ques tion is settled? A. Because they do not dare to discuss the principles Involved. Q. Is "it possible to have self-government in tho United States and a colonial policy in the Orient? A. Not permanently. As a. man may for a While lead a double life, so our nation may for a while proclaim the principles of tho Declaration of Independence hero and deny those principles to the Filipinos, but the irresistible tendency to recon cile preaching and practice will ultimately compel us to stop preaching self-government hero or to stop practicing colonialism across tho Pacific Q. By what title did wo acquire tho Philip pine islands? A. "Wo have no title to the Philippine islands that c...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 October 1902

3 a'V Oct3lv If3 monopoly" plank different Interpretations have been made of tnat platform. Some republican leaders have contended that it does not mean that tho tariff provides shelter to monopolies; but in a speech delivered at Chicago on the evening of October 9, Governor Cummins, who led the forces .through whoso -efforts that plank was adopted, made if very clear that tho "no shelter to-monop-ply" plank meant exactly what it said: , In that speech Uovernor Cummins declared: -"Corporations and combinations to which the Iowa platform refers, are those brought together, not to outstrip competition in aAfair race, but to destroy competition by tho actual obliteration of Independent establishments and which establish their purpose either by pur chase or by piracy. They are invariably ac- cpmpanied by the issuance of vast quantities of stock which have no basis save tho audacity of promoters and which serve two ends equal ly objectionable, first to enrich beyond compre hensibn tho mo...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 October 1902

"l.pW," B P settled woro It not for tho fact tliat the continua tion of that Btrlko would throatcn republican suc cess in tho congressional elections. Lot tho thoughtful cltlzon Imagine tho situa tion if tho people woro pormlttcd to vote only onco In twonty years as Sonator Spooner suggests. It will not ho difficult for tho intelligent man to understand that under such conditions tho trusts would run away with this country. It would be surprising that a United States senator would mako such a proposition as this in a country pre sumed to bo controlled by popular vote and for tho benefit of public interests woro it not for tho fact that Sonator Spooner In this statoment rep resented tho republican idea as it exists today and as it has existed sinco tho beginning of tho Mark Hanna regime. In 1900 in a speech In Chicago David B. Hen derson, speaker of the house of representatives, said that the republican party as it existed then was strictly following the idoa and policy of Alex ander...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 October 1902

The Commoner Oct. 3i 19'ti 5 PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ON THE TRUSTS 4 Harper's Weekly JWakea mi Interesting Aaalysls ef the PresMeat's Speeekes, Declarer that He Hm "Net Uiter4 Slngt StaeauMce We-rtfs tka SuhfrcV & W- tef m w. Referring to some of the recent speeches de livered on the trust question by Mr. lioosevelt, some republican papers claim that the president had taken a very pronounced position. Harper's Weekly, however, does not agree with this view. On the contrary, that publication thinks that "the truth is that the president has not uttered a single statesmanlike word on the subject Ho has dealt with tho vaguest kind of generalities." Proceeding In its criticism Harper's "Weekly Bays: "Mr. Roosevelt speaks of evils without specifying them, and has even seemed to admit tkat tho ills he denounces with his customary vigor are yet to be discovered. Ho says that he believes that the national legislature can do something more than it has done for the prevention of these mysterio...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 October 1902

I ' .. ' 6 Vol. a, No. 41. e- fc' The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. ' Kntcred at the postofficc at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second class mail matter. TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. One Year Si.eet JThrea Heaths.... ajp EixJIentk o SlHgle Cepy to Sample Copies Pree. ParelgB Pestajf sac Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be wot direct to The Commoner. They can also be sent through newspapers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents hare 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 send individual checks, stamps, or Money. RBNBVAL3.-The date on your wrapper shows -when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. oa. means that payment has been received toaud including the last issue of January, 190a Two weeks are required after money is received before the date on the wrapper ean be changed. CHANOB OP ADDRES5. Subscribers requesting a -change of address must give the OLD as wel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 October 1902

The Commoner. Oct. 31 1 I9Q3 V' ' Mr. Roosevelt has had much to say concerning - bad trust and a good trust, hut he has not yet told us the difference Between the two. Indeed It Is doubtfui whether any republican leader would dare to undertake speci fications on this Interesting Good and Bad Trusts. Question. Next 'Thing to Guessing. Quarles and Roosevelt The republican text-book says: -"You do not fcavo to guess what the republican party will do' and a newspaper bulletin Issued by the democratic congressional committee makes the apt retort: "On the other hand, President Roosevelt says that he cannot promise what a republican cpngress will do. He says that as for his duties ho knows what he will do, but he couldn't speak for congress. Isn't that the next thing to guessing?" United States Senator J. Q. Quarles delivered a speech at Duluth recently in which ho pleaded that exclusive control over tne trusts bo vested in the federal authority. And yfct it will be re membered that in one...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 October 1902

Wiw'wlit'wifw,l - s &' r WW Ml I " ""' " . II'. Current Copies . - nm- ttao rrTTTTIT- ONE AMERICAN NlflWBJfArjuu oao u "" talcon to avoid the exactions of the paper trust Tho Kansas City Star Company has pur chased a block of ground and will erect a mill for tho purpose of manufacturing all tho white paper used in tho publication of the ICansas City BUur and the Kansas City Times. This mill will have a capacity of one thousand tons of whito paper per month and its cost is estimated at two hundred thousand dollars. It is reported that it will givo employment to one hundred persons. Thd managers of tho Star claim that they are tho first newspaper publishers in tho world to ongago in tho manufacture of their own paper. TT HAS BEEN GENERALLY UNDERSTOOD I that an unusually largo number of railroad accidents have occurred during tho present year, but a recent bulletin Issued by the interstate com merce commission throws new light on this sub ject According to this bulletin, .which to ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 October 1902

mSl The Ckjmtrioneiv Oct.3iTx9oa. 9 vvm i.iin ,-. tor, and as durability must bo considered, lt Is agreed that this umbrella must be fashioned of lock. This structure would- probably only add to the impressiveness of the statuo and indeed it is feared by some that tho Sphinx itself will sink in the estimation of sight-seers when it shall be overshadowed by this massive stone umbrella. art 6$ THE OLD MAXIM THAT SILENCE IS GOLDEN would seem to be disproved in some cases as those cited by a writer In a London periodical of recent date. This writer gives several in stances where the value of important Inventions has been lost on account of tho fact that tho secrets of construction havo been withheld. An instance is cited of tho invention of an explosivo called fulminite. The inventor was a scientist named Sawbridge, and he was offered $20,000 by the Ger man government for the oecret of his new process. He refused this offer on the ground that his homo government should have tho first op...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 October 1902

at . .. ift -.... WTT? W!Wif3WSHMB EFKsMMRH - - " UMUMUMaa -lukiMUaMMdAMMMMMuM s- ' fr. '-. ft.v The Commoner. Vol. a, No,, 4 1. 10 'V Bf l yn i, - ev1- je fV fit t V HiHMiiittmttttwew .XAe fivme Department... , fcaW6Cfcfc , The Lamb Without. Whene'er I close the door at night And turn the croaking koy about, 'A pang anew assails my heart I think, "My darling is shut out" Think that beneath tho starryiskles He wanders, with his littlo foot, The pines stand still in glad surprise The gardon yields its welcome sweet Through every well-known path and nook I see his angel footsteps glide, As guileless as tho Paschal lamb That kept tho Infant Savior's side. HlB earnest eyo, perhaps, can piorco The gloom in which his parents sit, He wonders what has changed tho houso, And why the clouds hang over it Within tho darkened porch I stand Scarce knowing why I linger long; O, could I call theo back to mo, Bright bird of heaven, with sooth Vr song! But no the v meanest wrotch may pause ' To bless...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 October 1902

aSS? The Commoner. Oct, 3 1,19 a ii '.. r" ir ' in : . & " imiy m 1 needle, thimbles, etc, is easily made with a board a foot square for the bottom and four pieces of screen wire for sides five inches wide and one foot long. Bind each piece all around with red mohair braid and tack them to the sides of the board, which. should first bo covered with red satteen. Use brass tacks. Sew the corners careful ly and add, if you wish, a tiny bow of ribbon at each corner. Boxes for ribbons, handkerchiefs, collars, belts, and ties; lined boxes for napkins and unlined boxes for the em broidery materials, the crochet work, or the Battenburg centerpiece which is the pick-up-work of the hour. A va riety of wall pockets, shoo pockets, glqyo holders and hairpin cases, may all be concocted from plain old fash ioned screen wire, a few pieces of boards, some tacks, a few yards of braid a lot of taste and ingenuity. Try it Pood for Thought Just take an inventory of the young people of your acquainta...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 October 1902

TW The Commoner. 13 Vol. a, N. r; . n Whether Common or Dot l 2 i The oMamist. Lookin' on th' bright side, Got no time f'r sorrqw; Bound t' catch th' right tido Startln 'fere t'morrow. ThaUltful that th birds sing An' th' sun is shlnin', Happy that God's words bring Poaco an' not ropinin'. This may bo a toligh day; Bettor no before ub. Ours will be a retigh way With a doleful chorus. With a song f strong hopo Make our lives soom brlghtor;. And adown lifo's long slopo Mako our burdens lighter. tors is that which confronts him when ho undertakes to ask her for the first time if ho can "see her home." When father and son are compan ions both aro made bettor by tho fact The boy's bedroom should bo one of tho brightest, lightest and most cheerful rooms in tho house. Boys aro never made bad by being given plenty of good books to read. Phflaatkraplcaf. "Your money or your lifol" hissed tho highwayman. Whilo allowing tho knight of tho road to riflo our pockets wo could not refrain from chid...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 October 1902

The Commoner. Oct. 3 1, 190a From Ward's to You 5fc sale The Ideal System of Merchandising Buv vour stiDDties direct and save thm tiswat mtddlammn0 'profits. Jire you se rich that you arm net interested in making vourmanev - , - ff A W 4 b a .. A. A 5.L M w y r s possioimr cue can save you ai.uu muz or every ss.oo veu smona. uur goods are purchased direct from the manufacturer and seld to our trade at practically whole prices. Over two millien peomle are now patronizing us and buvinsr eoervthinr thev ti at m sanin of 15 to 40 per cent over the usual prices. These people arQ not going it blindly they are the thinking fwfft.ts tunv kiivuj uiwLi m. uuitur auvma is a uouar gamea. Our $2,500,000 stock of general merchandise is illustrated and quoted In our I,tOOpage f-i catalogue No. 71, just from the printers, and it will be sent anywhere upmn receipt of 15 cents to j&'J help paif the mostaze. Write todav. enclmxe IS cents In starmmx or noln. and ask fnr nntnlnm J and Buyer's Guide ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 October 1902

llfrijHwwwiffl'igiw'ji wj1 m'' 'rw-unitii"wli"ftWf ,T , , "v. . The Commoner. 14 Vol. 2, No. 41. A ? - ' k & MYWiNWWWyWW Oe lews of $e Ceefc wmmmwmimmnmmMimmmMtttmmmmmmmmmim? It was recently reported that Attor ney Goneral E. R. Hicks had rondorod an opinion that women in Wisconsin are eligible to voto on the constitu tional amendmont relating to the 'term of the state superintendent of- schools. On October 18 it was roporled from Voriezuola' that aftor seven days of terrible fighting tho revolutionary troops had abandoned the field. Tho numbor of hilled and wounded is esti mated at 3,000. In conclusion the re port says: The victory of tho govern ment troops, which is said to bo duo to the personal courage of President Castro, who twice, with a Mauser rifle in his hand, charged at tho head of his soldiers, is considered a serious set back to the causo of tho revolutionists. As regards the Insurrection in Hayti a dispatch from Kingston under date of October 18 says: Word has been...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 October 1902

9T L.itMJM - ' V The Commoner. Oct. 3if 190a. 15 ts.i VI ' .. rfSrt Ik ' !'.! vst IfS 350,000 Machines in Use. Times All Other Makes Combined. i Staadard of All That's Best in Dairying 3a Every Country Jn the World. That's the history of the DE LAVAL IEAM SEPARATORS Had for new "20th Century" catalogue. 1 'HE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR GO. iih & Canal Sts.. I 74 Coatlanbt Stmet, t . "i is i CHICAGO. NEW YORK. (Don't Struggle Along Without a Power. Kvwa It Is neither reasonable nor economical. -Tals WEBSTER Tirllcal Catenae ENGINE, entirely self contained, 4UnnTrrnftdnf th. firm. er, miller, eawyer, dalry- eic ran nemo I nnwF. impio, eniraons TIIILM. BIC Mft 1HI1 Costa only 3 to 3 cents per hour. Safe, nDle. efficient, rally guaranteed, catalogue of Vertical And Horizontal Engines or. au jonaa I mailed free. wriitTFD Hrn. .. h .." "" T! i .".' ... ! 1072 West I5tn street, unicagOf imb. I t ist Marvelous Toilet Preparation mJTor the-Tollet. 'Makes an insttin- iess, loss of hair, dryness a...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 October 1902

t . ,'i ' V 1 tx k'F- The Commoner. iS Vol. 2, No. 41. . ti'iU . ". . u.. !Pf ;. i . ': :- l-r t f kf" ft &;":' I: . .4. fe -y. fcv-'." Torum of the Weekly Press. Staunton (Va.) Argus: The repub lican party Is having a dosporato in testinal tear-up in its efforts to reform tiio tariff within itself. Polcin (111.) Times: The republican party is bavin a bard tlmo trying to explain how it Is for revision of tho tariff and against rovision of tho tar iff at tho same timo. Fotoaux (I. T.) Journal: Labor or ganization is the only force that can successfully resist tho steadily increas ing encroachments of tho trusts. Is it any wonder, then, that tho trusts seek to outlaw tho unions by prodding thom into conflict with tho militia? Tunkhannock (Pa.) Democrat: The democracy stands on tho tariff and trust questions whore it has always stood, namely, "Equal rights to all and special privileges to none." Canton (0.) News-Democrat: Since President Roosevelt has been bold enough to declaro th...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

!Er'"3 ri&!jjaul Commoner WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, The Vol. 2. No. 43. Lincoln, Nebraska, Nov. 7, 1902. Whole No. 94. SAME OLD SERPENT Governor Taft recently said that the admin istration's Philippine policy was to hold the islands indefinitely so as to educate the Filipinos up to a stage where they would he qualified for self-gov-ernment In other words, the Filipinos are to be given, in the 'language of the republican national platform of 1900, "The largest measure of self government consistent with their welfare and our duties." The Chicago Tribune says: The "anti-imperialists" will argue that the. United States has no right to set itself up as a ""judge of what constitutes ability for self-government in others, and no right to educate Filipinos up to such a state without their con gent if they have not reached it The "anti imperialists" regard it as a crime to do good to others against their will. The Tribune also sounds this high note: The disinterested arid...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

' 2i ...... iA, V ... ' ?V 'V The Commoner. -y rwi ""5" h ,w s . & 5 ., ' 3 vm fit HI Pi -. ir .' A is. '? act total vote, an extraordinary divi- ' . ' , -and.falr weather in all the states would largely in- ' dond of.... :...T.. ....:..-..... -000 Vrekse the vote. . V iVnoo Th0 guessing contest, as conducted by the To Da ly TriUune' readeVsV VMOo'addl- Tribune, Is so purely and clearlr a lottery that the tlonai .A";;.. ;!:....?.... MOO federal authorities ought to exclude the paper from the mails even though the publisher 0f tho In all . .$35,000 . Tribune, Mr. Perry Heath, is a prominent repub- t,SBaw?ofSrru! tSSA Vf - 7- -SSMES ' ious votes for congressmen in tho three states department If, however, the Washington officials involved, viz: refuse to prohibit such contests, congress ought to In 1892 71.2QG talcQ thQ mattor up at 0nce and so enlarge the m ; ; ; ; ; ",','f. .' I27!l20 scope of the anti-lottery law as to protect the pub- In 1898!!!,.!!!!!,.!,.'.,.".!,.,."!I.r.".r....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

The Commoner. Nov. 7, 190a. TO GUARD AGANST DECEPTION. JL m It is well for the people of the United States to understand the methods adopted by the republican leaders in the lato campaign. Reference has al ready been made to the fraudulent record of the Juouse proceedings with relation to house joint "resolution No. 138. In the campaign book issued by the republican committee houso joint resolution No. 138 was cor rectly printed, but subsequently the republican managers caused to be circulated throughout the congressional districts an irresponsible eight-page publication purporting to present the record. In this publication it was made to appear that the measure under discussion in the house was as follows: (House joint resolution 138, proposing an pmendment to the constitution of the United Stales.) Resolved, By the senate and houso of rep resentatives of the United States of America in congress assembled (two-thirds of each house concurring therein), that the following article bo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 November 1902

3M i f laiTiLliMmi imrtlwi i UMWjW jHitllgliTTTilf "ilTIIITIi 2 ,-, 7-r ' V; The Commoner. Rf, ' i '? HSSrrlfflSBiH F.'S te W- I"''. V- -1- The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered at the postofflcc at Lincoln. Nebraska, m ccoad dass mail matter. i ' " i ii s TERMS-PAYABLB IN ADVANCE. One Year............... $1.00 I I Three flontha age eixrientltf. fioe Single Copy 8 Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 52c Extra. 1 a SUBSCRIPTIONS cnu be sent direct to The Commoner. They can also be sent 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 order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual checks, stamps, or Money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when you subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. 03, means that payment has been received to and including the last issue of January, 190a Two weeks are required after money is receiv...

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