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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 12 December 1902

Dec. 12, 190a. 3 M jS .) '& refl ,OUl& ito aV' ivm n had it not been for the-old proverb that is golden, while speech is only 'silver) mtment of the Indian question, irriga iral delivery, Alaskan legislation and safety ;es for cars can also be commended. JJJ v t lTlUH3ClUU.fi JLSCUUl. Kansas City papers are discussing the new ject and deploring the fact that the vari- ads have thus far failed to agree upon a lans for a joint building. Kansas City characteristic enterprise might build a ot herself and not only solve the problem n advantage, but set an example to other hy should .she permit a conflict of inter- e part of the railroads to delay a long provement? It is even suggested tliat U13 roads may build separate depots in dlC-, ts of the city and thus tax commerce to Several buildings instead of one. are many advantages that would accrue y depot. It could be located at a cou nt and the tracks for ingress and egress nflned to a certain territory and ralso 1 do crossings. Ne...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 12 December 1902

IflBHl WTSBBI Wrv' T!S5if rMi( iiwpWii'M t'JWP' jMg r 4 The Commoner. v. U h i il , The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered at the postofllce at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second class mail matter. TERMS-PAYADLE IN ADVANCE. One Year $1.00 Eix Mentha 50c Three lentha ag Slngl Copy 5c Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 32c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Cemtnoner. 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 postoflice- money order, express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send -individual check, stamps, or money. , RBNEWAL5. The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. 02, 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. CHANOE DP ADDRESS. Subscribers requestin...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 12 December 1902

The Commoner Dec. ia, 19?, fcV ' V, The Weaker ipetltor. Mr. Roosevelt objects to the removal of the as a measure agalnBt trusts Decauso ouuu removal "would movitaDiy reamc iti ruin to the weaker competi tors who are struggling against them;" and yet In the same message Mr. Roosevelt recom- jtis "the removal of the tariff on coal." "What it the "weaker competitors" otherwise Known io Independent operators ( win tuey uui led" by the removal of the coal tariff? tfSSS rr. TfnoRnvoH savs: "Great fortunes have accumulated and yet in the aggregate these fortunes are smau mueeu wueu Q've compared to the wealth of the ?Them people as a whole." Did Mr. s Time. Roosevelt expect tnat tne nauu- S nil 01 men wno nave grown enui- y rich through the favor of the republican kwould be able to gobble up all of the wealth people during six years or a repuoncan au tration? Give them time, Mr. Roosevelt, give lime, and under republican policies there will Proom for complaint on this line. n niovplanrl L...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 12 December 1902

wwpf wimwiii wumni wmmsmmm The Commoner. f M I -! i a J r? KM s I' J i I, I n i ii t J. Current topics SOME OF THE LARGER CITIES ARE CON fronted with the problem of overcrowding in the public schools. The portable school house has been suggested as a solution. This plan if? described by Harper's Weekly in this way: "The idea of portable school buildings first came from Paris. Then the idea reached th United States, about five years ago, and Milwaukee was the first to adopt it. In St. Louis, which next adopted the portable school house, the plan was a great suc cess. Several large eastern cities have within the last year or so commenced on a small scale to have portable school houses as a part of the edu cational facilities. In St. Louis there has been a great influx of people on account of the world's fair. When the city schools-opened a few weeks' ago "the increase was enormous, but the schools were well able to care for them. The portable school building, however, is all that save...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 12 December 1902

The Commoner. Dc 13, 190a t iii.-.a J.1 Wfc."! L .- 11 r w. ? -a r-i. $$ El' Kit -iR -.- l.V K The total number of pieces of mail matter -opened I was 8,210,407. Total number delivered unopened, l? 1,843,231. Of tho letters and parcels opened iu,- 865 were found to contain money to the amount or $48,498 and 50,874 commercial papers with -an ag gregate face value of $1,399,926. RECENTLY A" DEMOCRATIC CANVAS ser in Rochester, N. Y., found the name of 'ti. B. Anthony" on his list He called at the resi- r, dence number given and asked if S. B. Anthony was a democrat. Ho was answered m tne auirma tive. Si B. Anthony was in fact none other than Susan B. Antnony. A few days later Miss Anth- ony received a postal urging S. ,B. Anthony to reg ister. The veteran female suffragist sent the democratic committee a letter in which she said: r "In response to a notice of this kind in 1872 1 did register, and later I voted. For this I was ar rested, fined $100 and sent to jail. You will please excu...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 12 December 1902

Hi;'iilWjHWMmil"fH"lW"li ii. i i iiiiiii iniwmwi 8 The Commoner. Tol. a, No, 47. MMMl C J5we Department. I 27ic Conductor 0 tifs Dc- jarifiicric mm ihiuwiww to ain(W Qcifoi8 Mat interest Housekeeper.. e-MAttcUti 1w KpIom Waffs meUov. AMm m ammam' SSTTlfiwfT"' 'rmn"''' ""yfWP"" " it ... ............ .... . 1 ...in. it. i-i rtn4-tnn skill with the tools necessary to tne to our uemanu yriui lub ib.;oi uiuiuu. task. Many women can handle the But we' should never forget, while saw, hammer, hatchet and smoothing watching every band and pulley, that nlnnn wlfh nrmaWlorohln nhllHv. nnfl tlioro 1R KOmethinC bOVOlld the "cai'3 IIIM.AW 1VAWAX U.hJ.Vl K Kt f - - . , w - after, in upholstering- and like work can turn out a very creditable job; but you don't find such women root ing about the rubbish piles for moth eaten cloths or time-rotted lumber. With them, durability, as well-as fit ness is considered before the price is paid. The Little Chair Nobody sits in the little arm-chair, It stands i...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 12 December 1902

The Commoner. Dec; is, i9oa. ! quantity given at a time. In case of much indlsppsitlon, 'a -dose 01 some gentle laxative may be given. JLa dies' Home Journal. Cold "Weather Cooksry. As the cold weather settles down upon us, much flesh of various kinds will be served at table, and, in order to get the best results; there aro a few principles which the cook should indorstand and conscientiously apply n the preparation of them. Much of rhe nutrition and palatableness of the meats depend upon the conserving )f Tho juices, and to this end, the surface of .the meat should be exposed to a 'ieree heat long enough to sear the outside, and the bulk be cooked at a temperature of 1G0 to 200 degrees, al lowing time for the thorough cooking of the inside. For roasting, all meats should be raised a little from the bottom of th pan, placing it on a rack, or trives made for the purpose. Rub well witd salt and pepper and dredge over it a little flour as will give it a dry surface, yery lean meat shou...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 12 December 1902

PWPW The Commoner. Vol; a; No. 47. 10 Is l f X Wi)Wt)Kr sjvmmvu vr iivl I i not able to work,," said the Business Man when asked about it Moral: Still there are some people who wonder why silver is only 39 cents an ounce. ClirlstmaflTlme. !Ain't too old f'r Christmas time, , Same ol' joyous season; ju's fergit my growin' years That's the simple reason. Forty years roll off my back "When th' sleighbolls tinkle; Kick my heels an' plum fergit 1 I've got airy wrinkle. Christmas time's a time f'r joy - Drop yer years an' be a boyi 1 Don't you sit there by th' stove Broodin' o'er yer trouble. Ev'ry U&re ye brood erbout You air sure t' double. Jump right up an' crack yer heels, Join th' Christmas singfn'; Snap yer fingers at 01' Time Christmas bells air ringin'. Christmas time's a time f'r play, Lay your troubles all away. Dance a breakdown on th' floor, S'lute an' swing yer lady! Laugh an' sing until you feel You air In Arcady. Al'man' left! To feel your years Time like this is treaso...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 12 December 1902

f&mwmmmmpSE5mSijBmmS 111,11 tifiS Oec. iat rpa The Commoner. if SllBPI(WWfP',WPffll I M t re ? ' . i. 4" . - V iMA-xsuMMjimiMXLusjmmmmimmm. 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 Gat, wear or use. We buy in largest quantities for spot cash, besides having many factories of our own. and sell direct to our customers,saving them the profits of the Jobber, wholesaler and rotailenthat's iht Tsecret. CHRISTMJtS BUYING has already begun. Retailers are advancing their prices for the ttpliday trade. Our prices are never advanced, our goods are of the very latest style and best quality and our customers save onefourth to onehalf on the orders they send us. AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT Sond for Cataloguo TODAY and got atioad of tbo Christmas rush. Montgomery Ward Co., Chicago. Enclosed find 15 conts, for which ploaso Bond mo Gatalocuo No. 71. Name. Exprcso OfHcc-...

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

i The 12 Yl. J, N. 47. te I H it to the consideration of the congress with a view to the passage of a law ; reasonable in its provisions and ef fective in its operations, upon which the questions can be Anally adjudi cated that now raise doubts as to the necessity of constitutional amend ment. If it prove impossible to ac complish the purposes above set forth by such a law, then, assuredly, wo should not shrink from amending the " constitution so as to secure beyond peradvonture the power sought The congress has not heretofore made any appropriation for the better enforcement of the anti-trust law as it now stands. Very much has been done by the department of justice in securing the enforcement of this law but much more could be done if con gress would make a special appropria tion for this purpose, to be expended under the direction of the attorney general. NO REVISION. One proposition advocated has been the reduction of the tariff-as a means of reaching the evils of the trusts whi...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 12 December 1902

'rf . ' The Commoner. Dc. i39i9a '3 1 : V . ,$ - to 4 EZa:t. (ys r 1J. Wt- &, ' S t r FREE ELECTRIC BELT OFFER UHYU TfUll nununtnia iBBamBVu; FftEEWEARIMI 'wJflHwS' TRIAL yoiroirn tome, we furnish the rentifne andnly HKlUKLBkRa ALTKRSATWO CUR Kit ST KLKCTHIC BKLTBto ny reader of this paper. He ojr la adtiaret very law wrtiMtUTCrurto. CASTS AlMBSTr10THINw--pw 'with most all otbor treatments. Caret whea allotaer ee trie belle, appllaaeta tad martlet fall. (JCICItCCKK for Mere lam 80 allmeata. Only ear care for all nertese dkeaaea, weakneeaea and dlierder. For cerapleto nenled eoi fMctttlal catalogue, cut this ad. out and mail to tin. EARS,, ROEBUCK & CO.. CHICAGO. CREAM SEPARATOR m ill 3S FREE This Is a eenuine offer made to introduce the Peoples Cream Separator in every neighbor hood. It is the best and simplest in the world. We ask that you show it to your neighbors whohave cows. Send your name and the name of the nearest freight office. Address PEOPLES SUPPLY CO., DCPT. 177...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 12 December 1902

1 14 The Commoner. - i Vol. a, No. 47. world. It will be of advantage .to us Industrially, and also a improving our military position. It will be of ad vantage to the countries of tropical America. It is earnestly to be hoped that all of these countries will do-aa some of them have already done witu signal success, .and will invito to their shores commerce and improve their matorial conditions by recognlzinr that stability and order are the prere quisites of successful development. No independent nation in America need have the slightest fear of aggression frpm the United States. It behooves each one to maintain order within, its own borders and to discharge its just obligations to foreigners. When this is done, they can rest assured that, be they strong or weak, thdy have noth ing to dread from outside interference More and more the increasing interde pendence and complexity of interna tional political'and economic relation render it incumbent on all civilized and orderly powers to...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 12 December 1902

wwpfiPFWBw The Commoner. Dec, la. 190a. durasj Arthur S. Hardy, Now Hamp shire, to Greece, Roumania and Ser via; 'William H. Sorsby, Mlsaisaippi, to Bolivia; David B. Thompson, Nebras ka, to Brazil. Consuls of the United States Will iam F. Doty, Now Jersey, .at Tahati, Society islands; Albert A. Morwltz, Arizona, at Nogales, Mexico; John B. Richardson, KanBas, at Utilla, Hon duras. Director of tho Census William R. Merriam .of Minnesota. On the opening day of the session Gen. Russell A. Alger of Michigan, former secretary of war under Presi dent McKinloy, was sworn in to fill the vacancy in the senate caused by tho death of Senator McMillan from Michigan. On December 2 it was reported from "Washington that Attorney General Knox, in his annual report, renews his recommendation for an increase of the salaries of judicial officers throughout the country. The report shows that the number of cases remaining undisposed of In the "United States supreme court at the close of October, 1902, ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 12 December 1902

'- -,- - U: ill 16 The Commoner. Vol. 2, No. 47. AJ THE PRESIDENT HAS A HEART-TO-HEART TALK WITH THE VAST.COR PORATION POPULARLY KNOWN AS THE TRUST. ' ' - . 1 NO. L-'TOUJl INDUSTRIAL v DEVELOPMENT MUST NOT BE CHECKED." NO. 2 "YOU SHOULD BE MANAGED UNDER PUB LIC REGULATIONS." - . p -n rr V" J NO. 3.- "YOU CAN DO NO HAJUtf IP YOU ARE HONEST.-" NO. BUT I SHALL FAVOR PUBLICITY." ) : '7Ti lT.y) 7T ' JMrHK .'; .NO. 5-" AT THE SAME TIME I AM NOT HOSTILE NO. 0-"BUT I AM GOING TO ASK AN APPROPRIA f. YOU." j , , TION TO ENFORCE THE ANTI-TRUST LAW." . . , , ' I 4 ' !iwama J Z. ----. - 1 cj 'h 1 , - 11 MctyrcH6t- 1 i-ml 1 1 1 . X J rs. NO. T "THE TARIFF MAKES MANUFACTURERS PROSPEROUS," ' ... - . V NO. 8 "BUT THE QUESTION OF" THE REGULA TION OF TRUSTS . STANDS APART FROM THE QUES TION OF TARIFF REVISION." Courtesy of the Otettgo Record-Herald. News of the Week n Iti view of the aspect of affairs in Venezuela it is evident that that coun try is seeking tho resumption of dl. plomatic relations wit...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 December 1902

"- pr VN i -" g The Commoner. WlLLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. a. No. 48. Lincoln, Nebraska, Dec. 19, 1902. Whole No. 100. I Republican Money Policy While the president has studiously avoided sug gesting a specific financial measure, ho indulged in some glittering generalities upon which the financiers will rely when they attempt to secure what they want The president's message, how ever, ought to be read in connection with the recommendations of Comptroller Ridgley. This official, who boasts of being a descendant of one of the officers of the great na tional bank with which Jackson had his celebrated contests, attempts to defend an asset currency on the ground that "all bank note circulation is asset currency and depends for its value upon the assets of the Issuing bank." This is not true in the sonse in which the phrase, as set currency, is now used. The bank note circu lation of the present national bank, objectionable as it is from a democratic standpoint, is at le...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 December 1902

II 1 I yx , ( II l A. ognitio'n of the rights, of others; botweona meas ure of greatness1 that estimates a man by what he has absorbed from society and that which estimates men worthy' in proportion as they do service and diffuse .blessings these differences surpass comprehension. If Jesus had left nothing but the Parables, His name would have been imperishable in litera ture; if He had bequeathed to posterity nothing but the simplicity of his speech and the irresisti ble logic of His argument, Ho would have had a permanent place among the orators of the world; if Ho had given to the world nothing but the commandment "Thou shalt loveHhy neighbor as thyself," enforced as it was by His own example, this one gift would have been sufficient to out weigh all the wealth of all the world; if He had left no record but the Sermon on the Mount, it alone would have made His natal day worthy of perpetual celebrationbut all these added to the matchless majesty of a perfect life and the in spirin...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 December 1902

fwiP,''Pf,Wi'S5SI55SP5R5!S!lW; rk . v The Commoner. Dec. 19, 190a. A REPUBLICAN PAPER ....ON THE flESSAGE. Republicans who condemn democratic papers bccauso of their criticism of Roosevelt's message may bo interested in an editorial that appeared in the Chicago Record-Herald of Wednesday, De cember 3. Tho Record-Herald is a republican pa per and yet during tho past year it has shown a disposition to bo thoroughly independent in tho discussion of public questions. Tho Record-Herald says: "President Roosevelt's second annual message to congress has one and only one advantage over his first it is about half as long. In every other respect it is singularly lacking in recognition of ' tho truism incorporated in its reference to marks manship " in tho navy, 'In battle the only shots that count are the shots that hit' So in a presi dent's message the only passages that count are those that hit, and upon tho real questions be fore tho country trusts, tariff and the disposi tion of the Phili...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 December 1902

MiV'wi'iiiiii:ii"l'llll''wtlMP'JI'''- 'H'ntymiPpp ' - fS, yt.' I V , s' The Commoner. i?r- ri I i US I - Sv The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered at the postofficc at Lincoln, Nebraska, at second tins mail matter. TERA1S-PAYABLE IN ADV.ANCB. One Year $1.00 Elxflonths 50c Threo flonths... 35c Single Copy c Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 52c Extra. . SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Commoner. , They can also be sent through newspapers which hare adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents have beeu 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 yonr wrapper shows when vour subscription will expire. Thus, Jad. 02, 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 8c changed. CHANOE OF...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 December 1902

v.--irwvv0Mmm' wMEE!wm&Sm5 The Commoner. 5 Wanted Another Letter. Doc. i9, ioJ. - 'And now the Washington Post Joins with other newspapers that have long shown a lively in terest in tho fortunes of Mr. Et Hill, but have now turned tu against him. The Post says: Brute '"lh Hon- Davo Hil1 way d0 a little wriggling, like a snake's tall, hut for all practical political purposes ho is as dead as a mackerel." Major Jenkins, who was recently appointed collector of revenue for Charleston, S. C, re moved one of his deputies, a ne gro by the name of George W. Murray, in order to make a. place for a white man. It is now in order for Mr. Roosevelt's literary bureau to make public a letter of re buke to his new collector of revenue in South Carolina. V. H. Lovejoy, editor of tho Jefferson (la.) Souvenir, a republican paper, responding to an inquiry by tho Chicago Tribune, What wired that paper as follows: Hanna "I am heartily in favor of a Wants. slliP subsidy and tho placing of American com...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 19 December 1902

6 The Commoner. 'II 11 ff ft rii B p, 1?' L . ' r ml Current topics SEVERAL YEARS AGO MORRIS K. JESUP contributed $50,000 to the American Museum or Natural History for the purpose of financing an inquiry concerning the East Arctic Siberian tribes. The American Museum co-operated with the Russian Academy of Scionce and their agents have recently made a report to the effect that the American Indian and the Asiatic Eskimo are re lated and that both originated in China.. THE QUIETEST AND YET THE MOST STUB born strike is reported from Bridgeport, Oonn. A correspondent of the New York World relates that one year ago 100 men walked out of Parson's foundry. Seventy of these were iron moulders and thirty were their helpers. The con tention relates to piece work. Since the day of the walk-out noither side has sought a conference looking to the termination of the strike. The foundry people have managed to keep running, but they have been sadly handicapped by inex perienced men. The strikers st...

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