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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 November 1902

f? .TV ' (s The Commoner. Nov. at, if ii .. i-i jFrorc Ward's to You r "4': Tfee icfeal System of Merchandising EHH elff Buy your supplies direct and save the usual middleman's profits. Jire you so rich that you are not interested in makinsr vaurmnnmu go as far as possible? We can save you $1.00 out of everv &S.OO vou snend. Our goods are purchased direct from the manufacturer and sold to our trade nt nmriinnttu ,nUim. sals prices. Over two million people are now patronizing us and buying everything they use at a saving of 15 to 40 per cent over the usual prices. These people are not going it blindly they are the thinking gjmvfje uu9i ikiiuw itcic. t uutmr ouuuu. is ct u-uiiur guinea. Our $2,500,000 stock of general merchandise Is Illustrated and quoted In our IJOOipage catalogue No. 71, fust from the printers, and it will be sent anywhere upon receipt of IS cents to help pay the postage. Write today, enclose 15 cents In stamps or coin and ask for Catalogue Mi JLtwjwr wucuv iv u...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 November 1902

The Commoner. 13 ! a, N. 44; ; i i " ' S'- - rt ' iMWMMWMMMMMMi the Dews of the Week FmmmmmNNtNmmNfNPmmmNmmi WMMAfc. An Associated n.ross cablegram from Madrid under date of Novembor 8 Bays: At Bilbao today the jury In the trial of Sablno Ariana, tho leader of tho autonomist party In tbo Basque provinces, who was charged with hav ing sent to President Roosevelt last eprlng a congratulatory dispatch on tho granting of Cuban independence, returned a verdict of not guilty, and the court discharged tho prlsonor. The public recoived tho decision of tho court with expressions of satisfaction. At tho opening of tho trial Senor Arla na, the "public prosocutor, took tho ground that tho prisoner's telegram to President Roosevelt infringed the in tegrity and dignity of Spain, and he demanded that a sentence of eight years be imposed. as tho Bond-Hay treaty, providing for reciprocity botweon tho United States and Newfoundland, covering flsh prod ucts and bait Tho treaty will be sub mitted to th...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 November 1902

ST '. . i The Commoner, Nov. ai, ioe a 13 m.K' wmmmrTmr , SWake the Farm Ply 1 v. i There's weHcylB"' jBSV ftmP forming If yon under if MSSSBTrferi kA-ri stand modem methods and farm iBteJIffeotly u taught by oar csrrespead eace course la Modern Agriculture. Under Fref. Wm. 1 ltreabH. Ph. D.. of iCgrlcHlturat CoUete. Treats of tolls, tllugt. s?zm) Maul drala4e.fertIlIre,crop rotauon. stocK-ieeuiiHr.pwiiaT-nUina-jiairvinfftcAlcoirartliMltareuDder Fref. il BaUey, of Coraell University, and A rlenlttiri Jiaeterlelecy aaderPref. Oenii. cWeiJeyaa. paLrtmefiU. Tuitlcm no m! nil. Text books treo to our lifUucniS Ltulucue anuimuuiwis u ''j,1,' THIS EQELE CQKJLBrUnflJK.AU BUilUUli, obliterate tho middle man. All of the orange produced by tho trust will be shipped east under one brand. It Is proposed to obtain the land outright by direct purchase from tho rancher. With tho money ho thus receives It is expected that ho will buy more land, plant fresh orango groves, bring them to bearing, and t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 November 1902

J1 The Commoner; 14 Vol. ai, No. 44. IN THE DOMAIN OF TRUSTS. lW ! I I I I' WP P " I II IN THE FIELD OF INDUSTRY. E Motal spinners throughout Connecti cut are organizing. Birmingham (Ala.) trades unions will erect a labor tomple. Commercial telegraphers at Colum bus, 6., havo formed a union. . Embalmers and funoral directors at Chicago, 111., have, formed a union. f " Iron moldors at Beaumont, Tex., have asked for an increase- of 25 cents a day. . Union nanorhancors at Cincinnati, O., will ask for a 20 per cent increase in wages. An amicable adjustment of the tail ors" strike at New Havon, Conn., has been reached. Grocer clerks at Richmond, Va., will orgr.nize with the intention of demand . Zing shorter hours. ., A bill will bo introduced in tho next Massachusetts legislature looking to f the Incorporation of labor unions. r Overworked seamstresses in Berlin are to benefit by a. legacy of $25,000 left by a German bookseller named Balm. . . The western federation of miners , may .ere...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 November 1902

"! 3S P""-!- - Ttie Commoner Nov. ai, 190a. 15 aW V Mr f-WVk inaftMb iave You Seen Your Neighbor's New Sew ing Machine? A samtwr of finest Fire-Drawer, Drop Ho ad CMat Sewiar Uaehiaes hare recently- been hipped to families in erery town in the United States oa three mentks' free trial. The prices ara$4.9,$ia&, $11.95, and $12.85, aecordinc to make and style of machine. If yon will mention the same of this paper er magazine, cut this notice out and mall to us, so matter -where too live, what state, city, town or eoMHtry, we will immediately write yon. glv tag you the names of a number of people In yomr neighborhood wtioare using oar machines, - soy on ean see and examine them and convince yourself there are no better machines made at any price. We will also mall you, froo, our new special tewing machine catalogue, showing handsome illustrations, descriptions and prices' of an immense line of machines at 5.00 to $12.85, special three months' free trial offer and most liberal sewin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 November 1902

.- -X i6 The Commoner. Vol. Z.vit. 44. V i f'fl IN A NUTSHELL The Shameless Way Uncle Sam Is Worked by the Railways It will bo surprising to President iioosovelt's warm admirers, if, before his administration is over, ho does not get around to cdrrect the gross abuses of tho railway mail service. Although the scandalous pvorcharges tho rail ways are pormitted to make for car rying the mails are notorious and many attempts have boon mado by reformers outside tho department to correct tho abuses, nothing has so far boon ablo to shako thom. ' Postmaster Gonoral Wilson is the only postmaster gonoral who ever concerned himself enough about tho matter to ondeavor to secure honest weighing of the mails. Ho caught ono railway com pany in tho act of padding tho mails, and tho manager, of tho company can didly confessed thaf ho crowded free postage matter into tho mails during the quadriennial weighing period in "orjder to got as largo a weight-basis for calculation of payment as possi ble. T...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 November 1902

V ". - " v.-. '.5 , x.sj Commoner. The ' .,. WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, , Vol. 3. No. 45. Lincoln, Nebraska, Nov. s3, 1903. Whole No. 97. Fear Political Effect . During the course of the examination of Mr. Mitchell, Mr. MacVeagh, attorney for the mine owners, referred to the strike which was settled just before the election of 1900 and developed the fact that Mr. Mitchell was in telephonic communi cation with Mr. Hanna just before the settlement Continuing Mr. MacVeagh said: "Mr. Bryan was again a candidate for the presidency, and you were conscious of tho. great apprehensions entertained by the financial interests as to the possibility of his election?" " - "I believe," replied Mr. Mitchell, "vthat the. fact that an election was pending had something to do iItli tho early settlement of the strike." Hero is proof, brought out by tho attorney of the mine owners, first, that the financial interests . of the country were arrayed on the republican side in tho campaign of 1...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 November 1902

Mr" &" wnyi?i'$''"""t 4JL , kf 1 J The Commoner. Woh a, No. 45. I . -, -sagi .ft. V? if oront schools of thought and 'different .views on y. the prosident has no use for men of the AddlcTcs puuiic questions, ror irutn is, uorn gi curnuou ,, Besides weeklies dovoted to national politics there ought to he weeklies in every state devoted to' the discussion of stato issues so that tho voter can hy taking papers on hoth sides keep hlmsolf informed In regard to the act of officials and tho policies of parties. JJJ Amazing Credulity ; While In Chicago a few days ago I mot a re publican business man of Ohio who became con fidential enough to say that tho harshest criticism ho had heard against me was that I charged for tho campaign speeches made during my candidacy in 189G and 1900. Tho following dialogue on sued: "Did you ever hoar any one say that I re ceived pay for speeches made in support of my own candidapy?" "Yes; they said that you charged a certain amount at each place and refu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 November 1902

: - The Commoner. No,v, 38,1903. tf 1 i' ' if W, 3r , t r v ,C mm it L.N. u.r "t7i. tf? unre Idea that.no person because" of-Tace or olor sliould 1)0 excluded fronl fret participation, in Apolitical action; anU yen Mr. Roosevelt htm not taken ad vantage of hi opportunity. Mny nefcrpes.hare been appointed by repub lican administrations to office in the south; but "" no iniportant office In the north has .been be? towed upon trie black man. ,, Mr. Roosevelt might display a bit of genuine courage and appoint some reputable negro to a pOBtqfflce In some republican city of the north. Undoubtedly there are many reputable negroes whose services to the republican party entitle ttiem, to such an honor arid 'doubtless few Of these could bo persuaded to reject siich an offer. It is hartlly probable that Mr. Roosevelt, woul I dare 0 appoint a negro to "a posofflce in any re publican community in a northern state; and 'yet why should he' hesitate to do so? -Why should he not display genuine 'cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 November 1902

W IV fmt WfW ' VJf JU L ..M fiWf s MWV'lli "i- 'flr KEa!5ESSn22gS( 7 J ! mm, j fwpt- f 'V v- " I U if r. ' . ix .;' r' J' t. "b. J.J t-f 1 t f - rev ( :' ' -"' 4F - - ..1. 1. . jV fc - T 1 4 r 1 I'm re '. . ,v ' v v: a i r' ' T Tl . i- f L" :V w r i I t K. v b ' The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. ' - Hntercd nt (lie posioffice at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second, class mail mutter. c "T" TURMS-PAYABLB IN ADVANCE. , One Year $1.00 I Three hontlia , "a si Clxflontlis. ........ '50c J J Single Copy... :.. oe Sample Copied Free. Foreign 'Postage 52c Extra. " ' ' ' ' - SUBSCRIPTIONS can be scut direct to The Commoner. They can tilfib be tent through newspapers which have adver 'Utaed n clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents ' tiavcbecn appointed. All remittances should be sent by post- eftlcc money order, express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. ,. Do not send individual check, stamps, or money. . RENEVVAL5. The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 November 1902

L-"' - V , -M jf . Nv."a, if mi e - 4 t v 5 The Chicago Tribune says the election of -Mr.., Cannon as ipeaker is apparently assured. The 'XTiDune need not nave, wuwu this long for its discovery. It might havo known that whon lt was authoritatively announced that Mark Hanna was In favor Cannon Had "the Support." Drifting . From Us. of Cannon, that Cannon would bo the man. Washington dispatches have announced that Cuba is drifting away from us and that foreign diplomacy is me cause 01 iu This prompts the Dallas (Tex.) News to say: "This may bo true, but tho people have here tofore believed that tho reason the drifting is going on is simply that this country keeps up tho bars against Cuban sugar and to fcacco." A republican paper says: "The industry of President Roosevelt is remarkable. He has al- ,, .. ready dono most of his work for Well J904;" to which Henry Watter- Why son retorts, "Ho ought therefore Not? to navo considerable time now to devote to tho work of his office." The work...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 November 1902

,.. 'mmni.wiS';iJfli I . it w. " til 4 & & it ' a T. - The Commoner. e& Vl. a, N.4& t l I 'V Rfift. .'. ' - Current tldnks mmmfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmamm MZUOMTO, THE JAPANESE EDITOR OP i tho only newspaper in Japan printed in Englishand known as the Japanese Times, recent ly delivered a lecture In London. A writer for tho Westminster Gazette, describing this lecture, says that there is not a town of ton thousand people in Japan which does not possess at least one news paper, that two or three cheap popular papers in tho capital have circulations running from 100,000 to 150,000. Obtaining his information from M. Zuomto's address, the Gazette writer explains: "Apart from liability under the libel law, the fullest freedom is permitted, except when the coun try is on the verge or at war, when the reasonable intimation is conveyed that news as to the move ments of ships and troops must not be published. Fiction Alls the most i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 November 1902

Watfv w-t" K.iP7I5 vjm The Commoner. 7 F. V?v i Jr. fcfr s XI Nov. 28, 1903 there is some little local business between Lulca and the farming towns along the line, thirty or forty miles north. The countryman along is pretty and green, and it is hard to realise in the sum mer time that the same parallel in which Malm berget is located, continues east and west, leaves Iceland and the Klondike to the southward and cuts across the White sea 195 miles north of Archangel. THE FALLING OF THE CAMPANILE AT Venice recently and the gradual dissolution of the Sphinx in Egypt has caused much attention to be paid to other notable structures that have withstood the test of time. A writer in the Chi cago Inter-Ocean gives an, interesting description of certain' famed buildings that have been found to be in some danger of going to ruin. Recently it was pointed out that St Paul's at London must be repaired at once, and in commenting on this the Inter-Ocean writer says: "The general uneasiness over St...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 November 1902

( r L 8 The Commoner. Tol.- a, Not 5. M 4, r .w- MMWimMMMmMMttM WffltMM ? dome Conducted fwwww Beyond tho Hill. Long, long ago, when life was sweet,. And days with love and hope replete, I lived where shade and sunshine meet Beside a rill. I used to gaze, with wondering eyes, Away to whore the hill-tops rise Where bending low, tho purple skioi Caressed tho hill. The blue rim of the horizon, The vaulted skies at rest thereon, And over all, tho yellow sun Poured mellow light. My fancy, with a strange unrest, Went often to tho far-off crest Of hills low-lying toward tho west, With eager night. What strange now things beyond might hide! My world so narrow that, how wide! What was there on the other side? . I questioned still, Till one sad day my restless feet Went out across the meadows sweet Went gaily out, the world to greet Beyond the hill. How long I journeyed, where I left. The blue hills which the distance cleft, Or how, or when, of hope bereft, I" do not know. The way led through...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 November 1902

Commoner. Nov. 33, 1903. 9 m -il W it' . J &i k'l-- 'J Ud fcr- PL .1 IK , to- meet their spiritual needs. If you like his sermon, tell him so; if you don't well, you need not be "brutally frank." Try to make hin wprk as effective as possible and up hold him in every effort to raise the moral tone of his flock. When you do pay him his stipulated salary, do not make him feel like ho wore receiving a charitable donation. The laborer is worthy of his hire, even though ho is but a preacher. Call upon him, when you can, and encourage him to greater efforts by telling him any little pleasant thing you have heard spoken of him. If somebody has praised his work, don't forget to repeat it He will be pleased that he is appreciated. If something in his sermon has particularly pleased or enlightened you, don't forget to mention it, and thank him for it Try tb show your wish to be of as sistance to him in the good work by always filling your seat at the ser vices, and evincing an interest in ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 November 1902

mn.aJaaam ! $ The Commoner. IO Vol. a, No.' 4 5. IT.V M ' i i s. Jfi ir i V 'f I ' ttMQMQQM4WWQQQQ& 7 i O4HfM.4h00'044''4'4'&4&04'Hh The Old Cottage Orjjair. t ! Wbtthw Cotnmott or Dot Those grand, pianos are all right; thoy mako a fino display, ; 'And long-haired men can play 'em In an entertaining way, They beat 'em and . they pourid 'em, an,d wo glvo 'em hearty cheers, A wishing while they do it wo had cot ton in our ears. ,Wo flock to hoar their playing 'cause the fashion's sot for us, And . pretend we dearly love it and kick up a classic fuss, But all tho while we listen in our hearts we softly pray Wo could hear the cottage organ that our mother used to play. 0, that little cottage organ with a bel lows full of wheeze And a screechy pair of pedals and its yellow-tinted keys It would make a poor appearance in these days of much pretense, But when you and me were youngsters we looked on it as Immense. And when evening shadows gathered and the supper work was o'er Mot...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 November 1902

tf3U.i V lANMiii The Commoner. Nov a8, if a ii r7jkilK?SB&X-ViSi.UV-49 IN THE FIELD OF INDUSTRY. .-- Carpenters at Tuolumne, Cal., re cently organized a union. Railway clerks have, organized a union at Now Haven, Conn. The Southern Pacific will probably give its engineers an Increase in pay. Union Pacific yardmen at Omaha, Neb., have made a demand for an in crease of 5 cents an hour. Alolders at Cleveland, 0., are on strike. They demand an increase of au to 15 per cent Switchmen of the Colorado & South ern have been granted an increase, amounting to 11 per cent It has been announced by the paint ers at Portland, Me., that 'a nine-hour day will go into effect on January 1. Striking telephone linemen at Now Orleans, La., have lost ' their strike, the men accepting the terms offered. Woodworkers at' Jonesboro, Arlc, are on strike In support of a demand for a 20 per cent increase and a fixed scale. A movement is on foot to bring the brotherhoods of engineers, conductors, firemen...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 November 1902

r. fw y s 12 S ' . The Commoner Vol. a, No. & w '-i, I Cfte Dews of the Week On November 20 It was reported from Salt Lake City, Utah, that Judge Jabez G. Sutherland, formerly one of tho moat prominent lawyers of Utah, and author of several standard works of law, is dead In Berkley, Cal., after a long illness, aged 77 years. Ho was a mombor of the constitutional con vention of Michigan in 1850, a mem ber of tho Michigan state legislature In 1860 and for seven years circuit judge of the Tonth district of that state. Ho alsoeorved as congressman In the Forty-second congress. Judgo Sutherland came to Utah in 1873. Complications have recently arisen between the United States and the gov ernment of Colombia In regard to tho route for tho Panama canal, and In some quarters these complications are tending to revive tho Nicaragua pro ject Secretary Hay has several times called the attention of the Colombian government to the fact that under one section of the law passed fa regard to the...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 November 1902

Ij j The 'Commoner. Nov. a8,iooa 13 ( sr i rv fcv k'3 1 1 f ,$f STUDY LAW AT HOME Prepare for the Bar or for advanced eUndlnfj In a resident school by using your eparo time only and at your own homo. Courses of study, text booko. practice work and Moot Court same as- In resident school. Superior to studying In u law olUco. Ono utadont write : "Havo learned more law In three weeks In ynurschool than I learned in foar months In a law ofllco. ' ' Bo jfular College Course (2 yearn), Poet-Graduate Ooutbo (I year) and Buslneas JLaw Course 16 weeks). Endorsed by the bench, and bar. For full particulars address CHICAGO CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL OF LAW, Reaper Bleek, Chlcage. YOUR EYESIGHT Is priceless. Guard It carefully; tbo least ailment may mean bllndacss. You can be cured In your awn homo without pain or the knlfo. tend mo a statcmeat el your case and recolvo my nrorcMlnnftl nnlnlnn and D-rand 'Ulustratcd book frco. Dr. V. Go. Gnrta, Eaalcort Bldg., Kansas city, Mo. vS' 1 -wmmmm -XH h Can S...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 November 1902

1 1 t4 m f The Commoner. (Vol. anNo. 5. , MB j. . . k ":c?L. jl V.CT ,v 1 T a m : iiiiiiii -:. ' I I A w i v . :J . . FORUM OF THE WEEKLY PRESS V ' J if V r V i Carrollton (O.) Chronicle: Pennsyl vania is liko Eptiraim. Frankfort (Ind.) Standard: ,Say, Mr. Rcorganizor, study -tho returns, will -you? It is a good lesson.- Ynric iNob.'i Democrat! Fellows who don't think it worth their while to go to the polls and vote should bo dls- franchise 1. . rin Porn rwis. Democrat: At any . rate, the Kansas City platform or the J free silver issue cannot be held respon sible this time. Humboldt (la.) Domorat: Seventy thousand 'ropublian majority in Iowa. That's the way the reorganizes cap tured tke state. Kearney (Neb.) New Bra-Standard: The fight for honest government and- just taxation is still on. The battle will go on until victory is won. Duluth (Minn.) Herald: It will be noticed that when tho government buys bonds it always pays a much - higher premiums than it receivos when it sells them...

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