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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 November 1902

ft ) - . - The Commoner. Nov. a8, 190a, 15 RET!-' .1-. . & iV, ift'a ' iT fe- ! 4 Kffl" Philadelphia Frauds. Wo 1 vo had some crooked work in tho late election in Marion county, but it must ' 3 confessed that it is noth ing compared with the work ot tho Quay machine in Philadelphia. Tho Record calls attention to the evidence of it in tha total ypto of the Third and Fifth wards of that city as com pared with 1900, when a very full vote was cast. The presidential contest and the rough-and-tumble light for congress between McAleer, democrat, and Burk, republican, brought out a full vote. Whn tho count was Com pleted the poll stood as follows: McKin loy. Bryan. 3rd ward.. 1738 948 6th ward..lOG7 817 Mc Burk. Aleer 1G50 1023 1560 1288 S 3705 17G5 3120 2311 Tho total voto cast for McKinley and Bryan was 5,470; the total voto cast for Burk and McAleer was 5521. - Nothing was left undone to bring out evory votor. Contrast the above showing with the vote cast on Tuesday last for Pen ny p...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 November 1902

i ' x6 The Commoner Vol. 2,,N6. 43. , . Vol. 2, No. i(5. J I ri$ u f H ! ? I. P,. r 8. .i Tired of Teddy. Tho country is not satisfied witbtho spectacular methods of the rough Hder presidont. This was demonstrated In tho elections on Tuesday, and nowhero so' strongly as In his own state of New York, where therd has been an almost unprecedented change in political sen timent, resulting, if not in the defeat of tho republican ticket, in a reduc tion of tho majority for it to a size that, practically is a defeat. The republican majority in congress has been decreased one-half from , fqrty-three to twenty until the parties are almost equally divided. ' ,Tvo causes have led to this revulsion i:, public sentimont- tho trusts and " T4eddy. Tho people are determined that a curb shall bo put on monopoly and thejr have no faith in Mr. Roose velt's disposition or ability to do it The fact is that tho president is a light weight. Ho possesses a certain amount of dash and vim. But he is erratic,...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 5 December 1902

The Commoner. WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. .1'-' . Hi Wr ,f VjT' 3 Vol. a No, 46. Lincoln, Nebraska, Dec. 5, 1902. Whole No. 98. THE DOCTRINE OF DESTINY ..& ,.ir?j T m ytf: '1j W t " i j , z;1 i.jt jft '4a Ik,:;- President Roosevelt went all the way to Mem phis to join in welcoming General Luke B. "Wright ipon the latter's return from the Philippines. rhllo there the executive took occasion to exploit lew the convenient theory of destiny which has sn urged as an excuse for the permanent roton- lon Of the Philippines. Ho said, among other tings: "Whether we are glad or sorry that livents have forced us to go there is aside from tie question. The point is thaj:, as the Inevitable result of the war with Spain, wo found ourselves the Philippines, and that we could not leave the islands without discredit" The statement that "events have forced us" exercise dominion over the Philippine islands Is )t true. The demand made by this government r the islands was not a rorcoa on...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 5 December 1902

.5-Tv WWl'll-X gWHBffiBW w 4& The Commoner. 3 ';--v IE 9B i' 9R SI II IB HM -i H' i it i I y r sfb'lllty bo romoto that no one should assume it) Mr. Cloveland should bo tho nbmirieo, for ho In his own person represents tho wounds and bruises received by tho reorganizes as well as their aims and methods. If there is to bo "a complete aban donment" of the party's position, if the- party is to stand for "an absolutely changed policy," then no othor candidato should bo considered. He com bines, as no other living person does, thoso pecul iar and, let it bo said with gratitude, rare intel lectual and moral characteristic which embolden a public official to betray the voters of his own party and deliver his country into servitude to the money changors. Of all thoso who gather their political in formation from the' ticker and whose party en thusiasm rises and falls with the stock market, he is tho 'only one of prominence who is shameless enough to pose as a democratic leader or offer s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 5 December 1902

wwTOm-, The Commoner 58H Doc. 5, 1 90 j. 3 yg apyapaagy jPicjCjC! K jCjjCjCjjOjCaaiJfJiJ 5 5 " '.aft in Gary's Idea of Competition. A Steel Trust Magnate Undertakes the In teresting Feat of Condemning flonopoly While Justifying the Methods of the Greatest Trust in tit Country. &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& & W iW V 'JUS Ik, .r,.J, -m J VT' 0 .j 14 AMES CREELMAN, tHo famous correspon- M .i nn-tnn a tho anopfnl rnnrnsRntJitlVQ of the New York Yorld, recently visited TCihnrf w. flarv. chairman of the execu- A-IAMW W V f Itive committee of the united states sieui uui- ration. Mr. Creelman says tnat it was Mr. ary who organized the Federal Steel company and that It was "his brain more than any othor Which limited fifteen great companies wnicn iorm mo Fnited States steel corporation with its ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 5 December 1902

SrWWa-L-fro.PHTWWWBWJ BTffg WH WagjWJL ! The Commoner. 4 i .4. f li The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered at the postoflice at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second. class mail matter. ThRMS-PAYABLB IN ADVANCE. One Year $1.00 I I Three flontha age eixflonths 50c J Single Copy &a Sample Cople Free. Foreign Postage 52c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS con be sent direct to The Commoner. They can also be sent through uewspnpers 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 checkj, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. oa, means that payment lias been received to and including the last issue of January, 190a Two weeks are required after mouey is received before the date on the wrapper can be changed. CHANOE OF ADDRESS. Subscribers requesting a c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 5 December 1902

The Commoner. Dec . 5, 290a STV i'.'t.ti vm .; , B'a t fj "Airn ww'.-a to.m S'J . vl 5'.' vM .' iavi I 'm hir- (Kf. mm w It is estimated that the advance in wages by the railroad companies will moan $50,000,000 tor railroad employes. It is also es- ShippwB timated that the advance in Foot freight rates will mean $120,000.- the Bill. 000 for the railroads. This is at. least one instance where It pays I. certainly pays the railroads to he "generous. and the shippers foot the bill. It seems to ho generally admitted after a Careful reading of the scenes before the arbitra tion board while John Mitchell Mitchell waa on tne ojgMVthat the rep as resentativo of the workingmen Witness acquitted himself much more creditably in the role of witness and gentleman than ilr. Wayne MacVeagh or any other attorney for the coal barons did in tho role of gentleman and lawyer. Congressman Hepburn of Iowa says that should Mr. Cannon be elected to the speakership, there would be but little neces Weary of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 5 December 1902

v.. 6 The Commoner. Voti3.No.46. Current topics n v i t 7 AN ORGANIZED EFFORT TO RAISE ALL freight rates in territory between Chicago ana the Pacific coast is, according to Paul Morton, second vice president of the Santa Fe, soon to he made. Mr. Morton says: "Railroad frolght rates are lower than they ought to he under the now scale of wages and the present cost of supplies. Some measure will have to bo taken very speedily to readjust all our freight tariffs to meet the de mands of the situation. Everything that the rail roads need and deal in has been raised in price. The views I express are the views of others also and we are going to try to do something toward readjusting our rates." IT IS BELIEVED BY MANY THAT THE RE cent increaso in wages given by a number , of railroads to their employes was for the purpose " of.,la3ring the fo:ndation for a radical increase in " freight rates. Shippers do not take kindly to' the proposed increaso and they insist that it is not justified by th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 5 December 1902

PUJT" r t The Commoner. Dec. 5, 190a m .si ,.i M& : liu, J3 KtfWtfMTCi M'WSEBB', iiLfarr the greatest political and military achievement in British annals, instead of the most cotftly 'and calamitous, his satisfaction could not bo more su premo or his popularity greater His egomania carried him to tho length of Issuing to the people of Birmingham a message of thanks for the re ception, modelled exactly on tho lines of the one promulgated by tho king after his coronation." THAT ANDREW CARNEGtE IS PROUDER OF anNold hand-bill than ho is of his new title of LL.D. is a notion sought to be cultivated by a writer in tho London Gazette. According to the Gazette writer, Mr. Carnegie refers to this hand-bill as his "best title of nobility." He received this patent tho other day from an old lady in Dunform line. It is an appeal for 300 made In the Chartist days to defend his uncle from a charge of con spiracy in holding a meeting that had been dis persed by the sheriff. Mr Carnegie had ano...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 5 December 1902

,1 8 The Commoner. Tol. a, No. 46, I . t . i if T h V ) WMWWWiWMVm. 5 Ce ? Department. Conducted by Bekn Watts WlcUey. Tlic Conductor of this De partment will undcrtalte tot answer questions that interest Housekeepers. Address care Commoner. iLwWWWMJY t Her Choice. She writes: " 'Tls a weary head that wears This wreath from the hand of fame; I bartered the peace of a yearning heart For this, and an emnty name, i. weary head and a famished heart, A hand that has nerveless grown! I walk with tho restless, surging throng , And feel that I walk alone. I look on a picture of sweet homo love, . And envy its simply fare; For I bartered all when I chose the crown , Ambition bade mo wear. 7 Love came to me; but his shining eyes Were eclipsed by this costly thing; I would not fetter my spirit proud In the space of a wedding ring. So I chose to walk as I walk today; 0, desolate, hungry heart! Aud the path for me has ever led, From my sweet, lost love apart. Yet I hear the cooing of baby lipa I...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 5 December 1902

m The Commoner. Doc; 5, 1903. 9 w f. '.' .A i MV ., s -A.tf fet'. JTxi utTV! .'PC lilL f.nm k IT '.""' H : V, 'J to iI. V ''', Itf i a i KV. n. " ". i . ,w , tS. Q cur very often, and- that you know she did tho very beat that a dear little wife eould under1 tho circumstances. And when the meal is eaten, and you are on your way out of the dining room, just give 'her a nice little hug and a kiss, and tell her she is "the dearest little wife in tho world." If that don't convince her of the di vinity of your origin, I don't know what will. Importance of Health. Did it ever occur to you, dear girls, that you have many lessons to learn, outside of tho school room? One very important one is, that, no matter what else you may have, if you have not health, life will be very miserable to you. In order to enjoy and use the possession tof character and mind, this one thing is needed more than all else. Tho question is discussed about you. and you probably 'read books on physiology and hygiene, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 5 December 1902

mwtmwmf w The. Commoner. i - IO Vol.2, No. 46. Wbttbtr Common or Hot 50ME LITTLE FABLES IN RHYME. Prjcvrence. John Smlthers studied politics and for the right put in good licks. He strove to work for public good, and all know just whore Smlthers stood He did his thinking with his head, and more than once John Smlthers said: "My stomach cannot master be; my reason is what guideth mo." John worked away in each campaign and strove with all his might and main to bring about a triumph grand for justice In his well loved land; and though he fought a losing fight against the hosts of greed and might, he never paused and never Said: "I'm well con tent, my stomach's fed." Ho voted on election day as ho thought was the proper way just as his reason said he t should to bring about the public good. And when the votes were counted o'er John found that he had failed to score. "All right, said John, "I'll win some "day; the right will win and right's my way." So John refused to sulk or pout be cau...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 5 December 1902

ffwpw liUVt u ft' Mm i , j fcii a The Commoner. Dae. 5, if a ir is ' H -,; j v, r ? . ? ' ?? ,& V,' i.'-U'nf r. 'irt fir. . WW ? .a tv ,lt. . i 'f'ja M I f$ I. .A . a . P', vwSBb 4. V' tfJlBL 1 1 jitati&&; One Step Nearer Cost Our New General Catalogue No. 71 brings our 2,000,000 customers nearer than they have ever been before to the actual manufacturing cost of everything they eat, wear or use. We buy in largest quantities for spot cash, besides having many factories of our own, and sell direct to our customers tsavins them the profits of the jobber, wholesaler and re taller 'that's the secret CHRISTMAS BUYING has already begun. Retailers are advancing their prices for the holiday trade. Our prices are never advanced, our goods are of the very latest style and best quality, and Our customers save one'fourth to onehalf on the orders they send us. Our Catalogue coata us nearly a dollar each to print and forward. Wo cbargo 16 cents for It to prevent a wasteful distributio...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 5 December 1902

Lmmma. 'ip'y ''lt"ffl?itF"Mil'e .''-T'"5"Tl The Commoner. 12 Vol. J, tf. 46; MMMWMMtMMMMMM ceeded with the aid of the police' in quelling -the disturbance: Iff 1.1 i .' 'U u h !rt 1 f- if H1 SXsJMtfl f UU ChrittaiM B4at4. Yon bare IB7nuHmr E3ESTU-3Bli- IIOO 01 ring, brooch, locktt, llud, earring, cuff but tonioraWaUh. We end it for roar ex- amlnation, If H pleam yon, pay ono fifth of the price and beep it. Bend tht btluM In 8 equal monthly panneou. W a-lre a wrlttaa fuaranlee with etery diamond, make excbanc at any time, or cheerfully refund money If good ara not latltfactory. Writ for catalogue. It ehowtthon. aandt of UattlfalthlDRiforChrlitmaiwlUiiB too reaen of all, through our Liberal Credit fliteta. Our price are . in on aank. Inuir than laeal dnalara. L0FT1S BROS. & CO., $S&EflZ&Z Bept, 8.0, 99 te S3 Wale Bt. Chic , ill., u. e. 4. A CHRISTMAS CARD. Wo will Bond prepaid ono 7x0 card, gold finish, on receipt of 50o, or ono 7x0, plain finish, 25a hraallor card, aamo d...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 5 December 1902

L The Commoner. Dec. 5, I9a 3 ' mSLA. trauma ui&frv u,J' ,'wv iTj fJ , (k'M'd : :) H ." v.,.wJ ";.' V;. 'ff 3r fcf$ R aw i-'-ys btu; . v j &", ,.f.'MH?a ENU. !.tS3 IUAM1 S'.iH ;vu v"l " .-i3B 'J. .:? ;;. , :' ;,a rww' .' .'-sw ' Wi , " ; ' t , "j7 t- T ' -., -'-.,- ', ' '-i" sasn "fi t c.,TZM71l ; .J',i X' position to build the canal itsolf or sell a now concession. Such a course would raise a serious question between the Colombian government, the Pana ma company, the French government and the government of the United States as to whether or not a supple mentary decree extending tho. conces sion ten years from 1904 was valid. OearMM by Mall In Americas Politic. HUtet-y, Civic, Uvon unt ie and Elementary Luw. Eminent professors in charge. Courses endoitetl by John u. lAing, Benuier rtpoonci, Joka W, Foster, Ex-dov. Bontwell, i Wm. J. jsryaa ana leaning rmoucuKS. Full Commercial, Normal and Aen dcrata departments. Text-books I rco to our foments. I uiuon oommiu Catalogue andpa...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 5 December 1902

ktfhiMCJtfnM KSTT?Ll --jtftJ B The Commoner. 14 Vol. a, No. 46. BTWIimP oo,3,n,,''J By drover Cleveland I The Future of Democracy fas .fr0GMW 0 $4M$gcho&&W''&0'& lyrignt by 1 n inw k World. Keprlnt- permlsslon. Future of Democracy. My opinions on political matters aro well known, and. I should hositato to malto any further statement were it not for the urgent solicitation of the "World, which is pursuing an editorial policy that must, in my judgment, tell for democratic success and the puhlic welfare. Moreover, what I say to the World's representative will, I know, be entirely free from the outrageous attempts lately made to represent mo as indors ing not only undemocratic policies, but It m men who have unfortunately gained temporary democratic notoriety. It seems to me that tho' democratic situation is such as to awaken the sat isfaction and hope of every thorough and consistent democrat. Our party has certainly regained its old-time lighting condition and recovere...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 5 December 1902

'! JB f AkK Dec. 5, 190a. ' 15 rwh! !.' ! iV KM iV i V, "T ?4rii lit' ca & JKSkJCT' ' l v i v iv r n ' ' r&YVJ t Tfc .i , . .. -1 .'(! W , IKifl ft-l c tfs. i.W,'li. X MH Bftiv: e mt v rO ;yyi'- V ' ' J,'! , , . ' f -': H V f JfVjrfC K-W li?,i.-'v(,Ti.V sn'"! ?-;' , I , V Jil On the Overland Trail. Here's a song for the '(lays, the heroic old days When the west tried thotmettle of resoluto men, Ere the sun of progression had melted tho haze Of the mystery hiding tho landfrom our kon Here's a song for tho heroes, tho cusses" so - tough, Who popped their great whips when the schooners set sail JAnd sang their wild songs as their pipes tliey would puff While pounding along on the Over land trail. INot a snap of their calloused old fin gers cared they For the dangers awaiting them out or me plains Ls they yellel at their hulls and went roiling away gin the alkali dust of the slow-mov- Inn trains. igray through the billows of flicker ing neat. iUpheld by a courage that never coul...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 5 December 1902

''"PWwWMWilJipppiipiiPIIP r ;. toi, The Commoner. 16 Vol. 2, No. 46. A r U HI I J An. Editorial Reprinted f A Revolt in Maryland BMlmon S(m. After every election the political an alyzer comes to the front to explain the causo of the victory or defeat and to prove by the accommodating logic of figures that the result was satis factory or at least encouraging to tho party to which ho belongs. To the philosophical observer partisan ex planations are rarely convincing, and those who desire to understand the situation, not as they might wish it to bo, but as it actually is, do not ac cept as conclusive the explanations of the political mind-readers who un dertake to tell us what influenced voters to vote this way or that, or not to vote at all. To get at any thing like the truth in such cases it is absolutely necessary to consider them from a non-partisan standpoint and to study them in the light not moroly of election returns for this or that year, but in the light of political history ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 12 December 1902

iiniupvn MMMMM I i ft fy BIT '"H The Commoner. WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. uny null wii -aw tfSI k? - , hk . , s . W'X. rt 1 . .' VMS ft!' r 'aim m ai -' K P 'fvSBm. I Jtw &v 'IB Vol. 2. No, 47. Lincoln, Nebraska, Dec. 12, 1902. Whole No. 99. I 9 The President's Message. , m IiJHhUj 'W ''-See ' AgW ? The president's message, sent to the senate and se of representatives at the beginning of the md session, is important because it is the first m paper in which Mr. Roosevelt has been able t Outline a policy. The message which ho sub- ited at the first session of the present congress i; written soon after President McKinley's death . I iffiSt before the new president had had time to fully , X?uaint himself with his official duties, and, there- ;-ilU . .. . ,, . 1 .n,l nnln , couiu naraiy present a cumyiuLu uuu wudio t plan for dealing with public questions. His to message, however, the important parts or tah are reproduced elsewhere in this issue, is itinctly Rooseveltia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 12 December 1902

VWjww " The Commoner; . Vol. a, No. 47. M". tho question ofa bank lssuo plainly before tho country. . The president thinks that "some additional leg islation is desirable" and we can obtain an idea of tho magnitude of tho word "some" when wo read tho next sentence and And that a "more out line of any plan sufficiently comprehensive to meet these requirements would transgress the ap propriate limits of this communication." He advises against a reduction of the tariff, and yet ho could bring an elaborate discussion of the subject "within the appropriate limits of this communication," but space forbids an, elaboration of tho currency scheme which ho indorses. Ample space for tariff, but no space for tho statement of a definite financial plank. Why? Those who aro at all conversant with the history of financial leg islation can easily answer the question. Because the public is never consulted in advance about financial legislation however important. Backed by a blanket indorsement from t...

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