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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 January 1903

wiPiwBwwiijwaiiwiipiiiwwwwwN'i''" v. ' i r-mi&yvp?tpiwtigqmiimllai' vwymymia 'AII'W'U'j.H JHW'H! Jan. a,i3 The Commoner. 13 gard paid to the signals by one of the engineers of the colliding trains. The Austrian government is about to undertake the regulation of immi gration as is shown by the report from Vletina of the proposed introduc tion of a bill in the reichsrath to that effect One of the objects of this measure will bo the transferrence o? all Austrian emigrants in Austrian vessels from Trieste, instead of per mitting them to travel by German and other foreign steamship lines. On December 21 it was announced from Shanghai, China, that the North China Daily News has received the serious news from ShenRi that Tung Fu Slang, the exiled Chinese comman der, whose execution was demanded by the powers, but who is supposed to be protected by the dowager empress, is mobilizing in Kansu 10,000 well equipped troops, among whom are in cluded the provincial garrison of 4.00U men, who ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 January 1903

n" e ', The Commoner. H Vol. a, No. 50. wrmvmupjimmim I i FORUH OFT HE WEEKLY PRESS Gunnison (Colo.) News-Champion: Just as long as we hesitate to touch the tariff, the trusts will continue to touch the people. Webster Springs (W, Va.) Echo: "Wo won't touch the tariff," says Quay. It is the tariff payers that the Quayites prefer to touch. Wheeler (S.' D.) Courier: The pres ident's messago constitutes an able brief for the defense in the case of the People vs. Special Privilege. Mankato (Kas.) Advocate: The re publican papers are beginning to boom Qrover Cleveland for the democratic nomination for president in 1904. As the democratic candidate Grover would bo highly satisfactory to the repub licans. Manchester (N. H.) Union: As President Roosevelt in effect said in his messago it is no longer any affair of ours. Wo havo become a world power now, and are in the business of interference with weak people our selves. Greenfield (Mo.) Advocate: A tar iff commission of so-called "tariff ex...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 January 1903

58 fjp-T t-T - w ,"1'TPI'M The Commoner. Jan, af 1903. 15 The Week at Washington. On December 20 the senate after a session of less than three hours, ad journed until January 5. The session ' "was largely occupied in listening to an address by Senator Morgan on the isthmian canal construction question. The senator declared that it would he in the interest of the United States to resume negotiations with Nicaragua and Costa Rica, with the view of utilizing the Nicaraguan route for the reason, a3 he believed, if we should continue to depend upon the Panama route we would never have a canal. On the same day Senator Jones of Arkansas introduced the following Don't StraggSe Along Without a Power. It la neither reasonable nor economical. Tide WEBSTER Varilcal Gasoline ENSflNE, entirely oelt contained, fltsoverynocdotth.. farm or, inJUur, Bawyer, dairy man, etc. & full horse power. Costa only 8 to 3 conta por hour. Safe, simple, efflclont. Fully guaranteed. Catalogue ot Vertical and Ho...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 January 1903

YVWVT' I 16 The Commoner. Vol. Z, No. 50; SUBSCRIPTION BARGAINS. m I K Last year The Commoner's special clubbing offers proved very popular with our readers. Many thou sands took advantage of the low rates made. This year we have some even better subscription bargains. In this advertisement will be found a list of combinations that we believe have never been excelled. The quality of the periodicals, the arrangement of the clubs, and the low price, all combine to furnish an opportunity that no one who reads should overlook. $ 2 Our Leading Combination Offer Rcffulur I'rfco THE COMMONER . . $1.00) 0 f Kfl ,N value Thrice-a-Week World . 1.00 ( 0 J JU Farm and Home ... 50 f , . pilgrim 1.00 U Our Price. SUBSTITUTIONS Any periodical in class B, listed below, may be substituted for Thrice-a-Week World in tho above combination. Missouri Valley Farmer may be substituted for Farm and Home. Home and Farm or Farm, Stock and Home may bo substituted for Farm and Home by adding 15 cents to combin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 January 1903

Wmtr J r in iiiiim jy) iji'l'V'1 Pi T 'fcJP J1 The Commoner. WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. . It' ,. Vol. 2. No. 51. "LITTLE JOKERS" IN THE TARIFF LAW Tlio tariff on coal is not the only "little joker" in the Dingley act The New York Press recently printed an editorial in which it insisted that "there is no tariff on petroleum." The Chicago Chronicle reproduced this editorial and, perhaps inadvertently, gave assent to this as a correct statement. But Mr. William Ritchie, a reader of the Chronicle, makes an interesting statement by way ' of correction. Mr. Ritchie says that while it is true tho-Dingley act purported to include "petrol eum, crude or refined," in the free list, in the very next line of the same clause appears the following: "Provided, tnat if there he imported into the United States crude petroleum or the prod ucts of crude petroleum produced in tiny country which imposes a duty on petroleum or its products exported from the United States there shall in such...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 January 1903

.-. a Vol, a, No. 5i. . A ' made to alarm tlio wliolo people by painting tho depression in the price of property and produco and the general loss, inconvonionco, , . and distress which it was represented would -immediately follow tho re-election of the pres ident in opposition to tho bank." Jackson added: "Ho (tho president) met tho challengo and willingly took tho, position into which his adversaries sought to force him and frankly declared his unalterable opposition to tho bank as being both unconstitutional and inex pedient." Tho methods referred to in this address by President Jackson are tho methods that are .re sorted to by tho representatives of special inter ests whenever an appeal for relief is mado by tt-3 people. Enormous literary bureaus aro constructed for tho purpose of influencing public sentiment, newspapers are brought under the control of theso interests, debtors aro warned of tho ruin which awaits them should any plan intended to protect public interests be currie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 January 1903

iumjjj'j'''isww The Commoner. Jan, 9, 1903. 3 UNPARALLELED IN MAGNIFICENCE. Description of IboPomn and' Pageantry that Mnrkod tho Entry of Lord Curzon into tho Cupital of tho Moguls. & " "a V"w M Tho American people have a lively recollec tion of the appeals made to them at various times in behalf of the famine-stricken people of India. It is to the credit of tho American people that they have never failqd to respond to these or any other appeals made in behalf of human beings who were suffering. Enormous contributions of money and supplies were sent from this country for the aid of tho people of India who were Brit ish subjects. Even during the South African war while Great Britain was spending millions upon millions of pounds in an effort to subjugate tho Dutchmen of the Transvaal, British subjects in India were suffering and tho generosity of tho world was called upon to provide them with re lief. The distress in India has been so recently brought to the attention of tho worl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 January 1903

IF I it The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Kntercd nt the postoflicc nt Lincoln, Nebraska, ns second class mail matter. TERMS-PAYABLB IN ADVANCE. One Year $1.00 Slzriontlis 50c Three rionths...., 35c Single Copy 5c Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 52c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Commoner. They can also be scut 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 oflicc 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 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. CHANGE OF ADDRESS. Subscribers requesting a change ef address must give the OLD as well as the NEW a-ldrcss' A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 January 1903

- wt wHMKJww,,' The Commoner. Jan. 9, 1 9 3. r On January 1, John D. Rockefeller received a check for $4,000,000, which was his share of the Standard Oil company's recent dividend. It is said that Mr. Rockereller's share for the en tiro year of 1902 amounted to $18,000,000. It is not difficult to understand why Mr. Rockefeller is so anxious to "let well enough alone." Somo Big Dividends. The Salvation Army. Not so "Deeply." A well deserved tribute is paid by the Kansas City Star in this way: "It would be a pretty mean ana captious sort or person wno would say now that the Salva tion army is not a good institu tion. An organization that feeds the noor and seeks to reach the souls of men by ministering to the necessities of their bodies is in possession of a philosophy which cannot be condemned because its followers wear queer clothes and make rather a travesty of music." It has been announced that Admiral Cervera has been chosen chief of staff of the Spanish navy. In the great battle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 January 1903

,.-T? ..- ,T i The Commoner. Wt 6 Vol., No. 51; IK CURR6NT GOP1CS ' mzzmkzZ , "WfW1- Wrn' WtlwygS!MlfrrnS& ihy (fire'! I C.XJs ll 1 THE AGREEMENT TO SUBMIT TO ARBITRA Uon tlio controversy between the British German alliance and Venezuela has directed gen eral attention to yrat'Is known as The Hague, that being the terra popularly used to designate the international court of arbitration. The Hague is the name of a city in Holland and it was there that the representatives of the leading govern ments of the world mot on May 18, 1899 for the purpose of holding an international conference. This conference was suggested by the czar of Rus sia and its original purpose as defined by that ruler was to grapple with the evils of militarism and consider measures for disarmament. The dis armament proposition was not regarded as prac tical, but the result of tho conference was a gen eral agreement that the governments represented in that conference would co-operate for tho main tenance of the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 January 1903

CS&l - - -v yf'wwilj HJurn n 'wy wmjEiwawiM' OTMjH " " ' "' "-V KnwnHnMiMBllnMaH ' ' fc f-Tn" 7H Jan 9, 1903 r' share of Venezuela's exports. The imports of 'this South American republic amount to nearly -'$9,000,000 per year -while the exports amount to -nearly $18,000,000 per year. "Venezuela's annual ".revenue is in the neighborhood of $7,000,000. Its national debt is estimated at $40,000,000. Owing v to the largo number of revolutions which havo confronted the government in recent years, the an nual expenditure of the little republic has been about $9,000,000 per year for several years past. THE WIDOW OF THE LATE GEN. JOHN C. Fremont, Mrs. Jessie Benton Fremont, died December 27 at her home in Los Angeles. At the time Qf her death Mrs. Fremont was seventy eight years of age. In her youhgeV days Mrs. Fremont was one of the best known of American women. She was a daughter of Thomas II. Ben ton and was only fifteen years of age when John C. Fremont fell in love with her. Fremon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 January 1903

twTTm Tf- m ttl I '. Z- . r 8 The Commoner. Vol. a, No. 5i.s v t li. It iEKW,Erfii 'iwwtf f ' v r vvttvnkvii. h -- "m m m m m . y saay v-. sGisf 1 1,1 v -i" wlkf a a ilUli8 1 0 D 7 VCTli- CondiicftxFIfr y tee?WsAcp& J (II 1 In Winter Time. About tho dreary fields, today, Tho winds go wailing up and down, Tho brooding skies aro chill and gray, , The hills are bleak, tho woods aro brown. A little while ago they wore The gorgeous court-dress of October, But now, their masquerading o'er, Tho fields, the hills, tho woods once more Put on their homespun sober. . Ah, what care we, if winds are chill If woods aro bleak and skies are gray While in our hearts love's summer still Abides, and will not fade away? Thero is a sunshine on the hearth, A gonial brightness, broad and tender, That compensates for wintry dearth, That makes tho humblest home on earth A world of warmth and splendor! i So, when the twilight gathers slow, The welcome hearth-fire's ruddy light Makes our low cottage windo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 January 1903

,-M..'.i''"yw.'i.tnmwjuywi""iM mmi wwwf","w-.M-' Vr'T ar- " ' ""ljfl -,. : jr?,: '.-ir The Commoner. Jan." o, i9o3. 9 very recent date, pure food bills have been "hung up," because no one really nas been absolutely suro as to the ex act nature of the evils which needed to bo remedied." A Homc-Grown Christmas Tree. Shall I tell the little readers of The Commoner how Christmas came to two littlo orphan children down in the heart of the Ozark country? A year ago, these little children had no home, but an old gentleman and his wife had room in their home for the children, and they came away from tht: great city, and, -in tho loving care lavished uron them, they grew strong and well and happy. They lived on a big farm, nested away in the woods, and there were few neighbors near. A few miles away, in the village, the Sunday school they attended was to have a Christmas tree, but tho roads were rough, the weather bad, and the nights were dark, so they knew they could not go. They felt that ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 January 1903

4 ' The Commoner. IO Vol. a, No. 5 1. s'dli5fIllmoil(,r The Greatest Hero; Here's a song for the man, the strong- , liearted man Who whistles and smiles through tho hours of the day; Who sets a high standard, does all that he can, And scatters bright sunshine along his life's way. Wo sing of tho heroes on war's bloody field Who faltered not, facing tho battle's grim test, But here is a song for tlio.man who Svon't yield r In every-day life, but keeps doing his best. ,- Wo sing of tho man who, behind tho grim gun, Brave, steady and true, with unfalt ering aim, For country and flag greater glory has won, And honor by cheering tho sound of his name. But here is a cheer for tho man bravo and true Whose patient endeavor knows nev er a rest; Who cheerfully labors, ne'er downcast, or blue, And brightens the world just by do ing his best - i . Wo cheer when they mention the man of huge wealth Who builds ornate temples of mor tar and stone With millions secured by a legalized stealth, A'nd g...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 January 1903

WmmA "wvm "winwirmmimMf Pm "a'i'wuim'iiin mmmmm Jan. 9, 193 The Commoner. 11 White and Black 1 The President Outlines His Position on tho Raco Question. Washington, Nov. 27. Tho presi dent has sent the following communi- cation to a well known man of Charles ton, S. C: "Porsonal. White House, Washing ton, November 2G, 1902. "My Dear Sir: I am in receipt of your letter of November 10, and of one from Mr. , under date of No vember 11, in reference to the appoint ment of Dr. Crum as collector of the port of Charleston. "In your letter you make certain specific charges against Dr. Crum, tending to show his unfitness in sev- . eral respects for the office sought. . These charges are entitled to the ut most consideration from me, and I shall go over them carefully before . taking any action. After making these charges you add, as further reason for . opposition to him, that he is a colored man, and after reciting tho misdeeds that followed carpet-bag rule and ne- ' gro domination in South...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 January 1903

WMim wiwMWi ' i The Commoner. 11 VI. a, No. 5f; 'gpijw"niipiw,jiui I & i-jvr V JS - -T 777 3 iggpji rr (sue. t aa VTOLgS -k'p An accident on a branch of the Grand Trunk railway near London, Ont, caused the death of twenty eight persons and the injury of many others. The accident is said to be due to some mistake in the orders of the dispatchers and on account of the severity of the weather at the time the accident took placo, the injured suffered severely. tlonal banks of this city. The bank will bo known as the Commercial Na tional and it is likely that its capi tal and surplus will amount to $100,-000,000. From various provinces in China come reports of a grave state of af fairs as regards the activity of the rebellion. It is said that the people are not only suffering lrom the de predations of the rebels, but also suf fer from the destruction of property :by the imperial troops, in some places this destruction being carried on so wantonly that it is feared that a famine nlay ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 January 1903

BSssJ 'fTWMpV -""- wy"iw ". in nwn ,-,,rrtn. mp HMWpiUHJijii)Hpnwiii nwj Jan. 9, 1903 The Commoner. Battling there. The American Free Trade league hold a meeting in Boston, Mass., on December 30, at. which meeting the following resolutions were adopted: "Whereas, the tariff duties upon beef and coal, by assisting the extortions of monopoly or by withholding relief from them, have proved a11 serious hardship for our people, and, Where as, such abundant evidence is easily accessible to congress that iavestiga tion need "not cause delay in the re moval of this hardship. Resolved, that as American citizens we ask that the tariff duty on beef and coal be now removed. Resolved, that if the tariff duties in general be postponed, we urge that an exception be made in the case of these duties " upon beef and coal and that they be removed and those articles placed on the free list at the present session of con gress. Resolved, that a copy of these resolutions be sent to each United States sena...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 January 1903

I: I 'ntftPW rw'v)Ktimvfirmmmmrvv'"mr-w"mm-'r " aV fWwWJRmP 14 The Commoner. Vol. a, No. 51..' : ( SPPlill vCKll 1 1 J d I II 1 i I III I III lr i vi uiiif Lancaster (0.) Democrat: A char acterless presidential message prom ises to bo followed by a characterless congressional session. "West Bend (Wis.) Pilot: The sacred tariff schedules will not bo touched ot this session of congress and the pro tected intorests will bo looked to for the usual campaign contiibutlon two years hence. Long Island (Kas.) Leader: The papers say that the results of Ameri can imperialism are the same as that of European brand. Starvation is staring the people of the Philippines In the face. Urbana (0.) Democrat: All that the present republican congress is do ing to the trusts consists of talk, talk, talk, and it will all end in talk not withstanding the multiplicity of bills that have been introduced. Willmar (Minn.) Tribune: No mo nopoly is good until it is killed. This does not mean that the corporation ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 January 1903

''Wl vm Jan. 9, 1903. The Commoner. Offering Dishonest Testimony. Having paid good wages to their employes, of courso it is not the con cern of the coal operators if four or six men are necessary to do the work they assign, officially, to one; and that these men have to be paid by the em ploye instead of the company. The more there is learned about the af fairs of the mine operators the more one Is inclined to believe that they could have made money and saved re putation by paying the price of the compromise. Indianapolis News. The Connection. "What do the boys mean when they yell 'Cheese it'?" "It means that something mischiev ous has a curd and they want to get a whey." Philadelphia Press. Cheap Trip California In Pullman Sleepor on fast train, with pleasant people, in charge of experienced agent. Save money and travel com fortably. Personally Conducted excur sions three times a week, Chicago to Lps Angeles and San Francisco. Ask for tourist sleeper leaflet. Address GEN. PASS. OFF...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 January 1903

' mrnmw mmmmmmm flW?! tiip.H i .iiwi iwWgWPiMilWW 16 The Commoner. Vol. 2, No. si; . - ...,,:.. j.. lt , jji.i . -.I. 7hfrirMrtOTnrrrM-MrfiTllifitrir if 9mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, i hmhotmmmmm mmmm mmmmm mh mmmmmb mmmhmh KJ I v ft it DO YOU READ ? Of course you do. Never in the world's history has tho reading pub lic been so well supplied with periodical literature. Your home has its share. But periodicals differ widely in character, as do the tastes and requirements of the individuals of the family. ' No single publi- cation will cover the ground. The Commoner offers here some suggestions as to selection, and gives an opportunity to combine, two or more subscriptions at bargain prices. Last year The Commoner's special clubbing offers proved very popular with our readers. Many thou sands took advantage of the low rates. This year we have some even better subscription bargains In this advertisement wiJl be found a list of combinations that we believe have never been excelled. The quality o...

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