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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 January 1903

mwmpwmwimwm. -5".. j The Commoner. - WILLIAn J- BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. r ppMp Vol. 3. No. 52. Mr. Knox on Trusts. On another page will bo found the abstract of Attorney General vnox's anti-trust recommenda tions recently given to the public. "While they go farther than he has gone before, they come far short of what was reasonably expected of the law officer of the government. He seems worried lest there may be unnecessary severity and says that "it is not nearly so important to act quickly as to act wisely," assuming that it is impossible to do both. He recommends action along four lines: First, the prohibition of rebates and discrimina tions by railroads. This is good as far as ic goes, but the legislation should be even broader and prevent extortionate rates as well as discrim inating rates. His second recommendation is that corporations should be prohibited from making discriminations in prices for the purpose of de stroying competition. This also is worthy of trial, but ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 January 1903

fT T2S I. ? Yo!.';a,)Np.i52, ," "' T" ' t v7f " St I ment. Tho conscientious observance of this com mandment would oven lead the citizen to examine tho systems of taxation and the matiner in which they distribute tho burdens of government, and this examination could not bo carried very far vithout raising a question which many now ignore, namely, whether taxqs collecte'd almost' en tirely from consumption are just and equitable, and another question, closely related to it, "Can the mass of the people, laboring for small compensa tion, be equitably taxed for tho support of manu facturers who enjoy a largo income at public expense?" xl that commandment wore the rule of con duct it would not only abolish petty larceny which sometimes accounts for tho loss of a chick en, a pig, a coat or a pocketbook, but that grand larceny also which is perpetrated through legisla tion which robs the many for the benefit of tho few. A proper observance of that commandment would create a public opinion ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 January 1903

-rr" ' n s H T-' Jan, 16, 1903. The Commoner. Out of 1,300 School Tenchern 1,392 Give As sent totlie Democratic Method nf Dealing with tho Philippines. 'Wyw 1 I ' v foifsas City Platform endorsed Jacob G. Schurman, president of Cornell uni versity and formorly president of the Philippine commission, delivered an address before the Ne braska State Teachers' association at Lincoln on tho evening of January 1. Mr. Schurman's subject was "Our Philippine Policy." The Lincoln Jour nal, a republican paper, says that there wero in Mr. Schurman's audience l',300 school teachers. From the Journal's report of tno Schurman. ad dress this extract is taken: President Schurman said that there wero three ways left for the treatment of the isl ands in the future. "Filipinos who want American sovereignty are known as the federal party. Their tfunda mental plank is incorporation into the Ameri can union. Do you want that? I don't be lieve that one; in a thousand wants it. If we do not our duty is to i...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 January 1903

TTTtrWiTmTJmm 11.1 f , , l' A. ' Jl"l , ' .". ?. S ' I I Vol. a, No. S3. J in K" The Commoner, ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered nt the postoflicc nt Lincoln, Nebraska, as second class mail matter. TERA1S-PAYABLB IN ADVANCE. One Year $1.00 ElxHonths 50c Three J1onth5 . 350 Single Copy 5c Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 52c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS enn 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 scud individual checks, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your aub.cription will expire. Thus, Jan. 02, means that payment has been received to and including the last issue of January, 190a Two weeks are required after money is received before the date on the wrapper can be changed. CHANOB OF ADDRESS. Subscribers requesting...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 January 1903

H"mtHWl.WM'M4U- M1M Jan. 16, I93. A reader of The Commoner writes: "The Standard Oil company lias advanced the price of oil one-half of a cent per gallon A live different times in almaflj, as pair man) weeks. Is that a sample Sam Die. of tho" way comhinations with v improved facilities cheapen the product?" The. Standard Oil company as a rule provides pretty fair samples of the way combina tions operate for "the benefit of the people." :vy The 'Atlanta, Constitution thinks the old fal lacy that "the foreigner pays the tax" is dead , . beyond resurrection. If the edi Tho tor of the Constitution will Old crowd the average republican Fallacy. editor into a corner, on this point he will learn of' his' mis take and will ascertain very readily that the pro tectionist is wedded to his idols and does not hesi tate even at this day to reassert the absurdity that "the foreigner pays the tax." The Chicago Tribune says that the president has made "a serious effort to enforce the anti trust law....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 January 1903

The Commoner. Vol. a, N. 5t ft CURB8NT tv d y2t xAwTf .I. j. (ft-' -t , 5 'i !. ; fr v i 4. THE OHARTIBRS BRANCH OF THE PAN handle railroad of Pennsylvania Is said to bo ono of the shortest as well as oner of the most profitable railroads In this cpuntry. This road is 32 miles long and was constructed In 1871. It do rived its name, because of the "fact that it ran along Chartiefs 'creeK. During the past year this little railroad carried 1,642,500 paengers. It is estimated that its revenue amounts to $3,000,000 a year. Tho road runs througlu a -very thickly settled portion of the country and in. a distance of 23 miles there are 10. towns along the lino of this railroad. WHILE DR. LORENZ, THE FAMOUS VIEN na physician, was operating in Philadelphia, he delivered an interesting address to the assem bled surgeons in which he explained how he camo to adopt his plan of operation for congenital dls , location of the hip. In this address Dr. Lorenz .said: "Seven or oig.it years ago, r operat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 January 1903

Jan. x6, 1903 joined himself with the fortunes of Isabella's son, Alfonso' XII., and made an attempt to form a lib eral constitutional party in the interests of the monarchy. From that for six years Sagastawas shuttlecocking about the administration first in high office, -then, in bitter opposition, but never inactive. In 1881 he again was raised to the head of the council of Spain. Again, 'in 1888, Sagasta's character seemed to undergo a change. Attired in but slightly restricted power, he became striking ly democratic and swept from ofdco all those who were opposed to or not useful to him. Shortly afterwards his opponents gained the ascendency again, and again Sagasta was temporarily pushed to the background, but In January, 1890, he again was put in charge of. the ministry. Seeing inevit able trouble ahead Jf Spanish oppression of Cuba and other provinces continued, Sagasta sought home rule for Cuba and forced a law through the cortes giying Cubans comparative freedom. The law wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 January 1903

BHMffi M: 8 TbI.aVNo. 52. ITaMTjU. 4..Ch. C ggt'Jfcfl f t fr ! f r. ( .o seD.j mef i jJLOjBPBft-y txstsj JvLj) Conduct edtfr tee7MsMJp& M&ftjSk r intent ? fDepa Some Doy; Some Day. Somo clay: so many tearful eyes Are watching for the dawning light' So many, facing toward the skies, Are weary of the night! So many heart-sick prayers that reel Or stagger upward through the storm; . And aching hands that reach and feel No pressure true and warm! So many hearts whoso crimson wirie Is wasted to a purple stain; And blurred and streaked with drops of brine Upon the lips of pain! So many, helpless, trodden down O'er-ridden by the strong; So many, trying from the depths, Too weak to cope with wrong! O, come to them these weary ones! Or, if thou still must bide awhile. Make stronger yet the hope that runa Before the coming smile. And haste and find them, where they wait, Lest summer winds blow down that way; And all they long for, soon or late, Bring round to them some day. James Whit...

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

s?p ' The Commoner. Jab; i i9o3. I Will Cure You of Rheumatism Else No Monty is Wanted. After 2,000 experiments, I have learned how to euro Ithetomatlsm., Not to turn bony joints into flesh again; that is impossible. But I can cure cho disease always, at any stage, and for ever. I ask for -o money. Simply write me a postal and I will send you an or der on your nearest aruggist for six bottles Dr. Sh'qop's itheuniatic Cure, for every druggist keeps it Use it for a month 'arid, if it succeeds, the cost is only ?5.50. If it fails, I will pay the druggist myself. I have no sam: .es, because any med icine that can affec'. Rheumatism quickly must be drugged to the verge of danger. I use no such drugs, and it is folly to take them. You must get the disease out of tho blood. My remedy does that, even in tho most difficult obstinate cases. No matter how impossible this seems to you, I know it and take the risk. 1 have cured tens of thousands of cases in this way, and my records show that 39 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 January 1903

u " The Commoner. 10 s' Vol. a, No'. 52. Mz. ! 3? BEST FOB TBE BOWELS If you hftvon't a regular, hoalthy movement of the bowels ovoryday.you'rolUorwlllbo. Keep your bowols opon, and bo well. Forco, In the shape of violent phynlo or pill poison, 1b dangerous. The smoothost, easiest, most porfoct way of kooplng the bowels cloar aud oloan Is to taka CANDY OATHARTIO TS &?2.zx TryiiMf ul 111 IIKl IIfII" vll .III ft flf jfe mi ws in EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Ploasant, PalntablVPotont, -Tusto Good, Do Good, Novor Slolcon, Weakon, or Grlpot 10, 25 and EOconts per box. Wrlto for froo sample, and book lot on hoal'th. Address 433 Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New Yorkt KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAH mmvMammMnMmwmKMmmwmwmmKMMWMwmwamwMmmwmwmMmMmwMmaamwMWMMmmm Union Central Life CINCINNATI His POLICY-HOLDERS' Company Highest interest rate; lowest death rate; pays largest dividends. Good agents wanted. Address jonn m. l'autson, rrcs., Cincinnati, j. M. iso xuiston, state agent for Nebraska, Lincoln." 1 ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 January 1903

"IT ry - y .& Jarr. 16,193 The Commoner. M f Twenty'Fioe Hundred Strong .. ttte Await Your Orders " """ Why met place yeurMldWtnter Order with uaf Whmt mill Each employee thoroughly trained to attend to his or her no-i "-tT1' 'WjFW-'1? 19 t;?t rcKan . a - yeu need during January and to are largely responsible for our immense and still rapidly 'increasing business. Ninetyseven out of every hundred orders are shipped thin S davs after beinst received nnrt u.. j ... ... eu witnin " ' '- re smppeu vie same day. uon tyou minx it wouia pay you to trade with us? From our targe -j tutmwsae yo can buy every riTT rtTTOP rrfcTT-oHiw Send for Catalogue TODAY and get ready for Spring "fixing up." Montgomery Ward 4 Co., Chicago. IuicloseU Una 15 cents lor wliicii please send me Catalogue No, 71 1 1 Xamo. BExpreM Oflce County. Write very plain. ost Office. thing you need at wholesale prices. Fill out the coupon ana sena it with 15 cents for our catalogue TODAY you will more than save your mone...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 January 1903

3SK22 ii The Commoner. W1 v 12 T!. a, No. 52; V I I't 1 !- cs 5C7 5vO-' ji u.3 JkMMlC i. VI I '"' Pltw L4 L 2J . An Associated press cablegram from Pokin, China, dated January 3, says' "Tho signatories of tho Chinese peace protocol, except the American, have consulted their respective govern ments and practically have decided to Identically notify China that her fail ure to fulfill the obligations provided for by the protocol will entail grave consequences. A strong sentiment e ists in favor of a compromise, if Chi na will admit that the protocol de mands tho payment of the indemnity on a gold basis and confines her argu ments to the hardships resulting from the increase of tho debt by nearly 20 per cent, glnce tho signing of tho pro tocol, through tlrc depreciation In the vslue of silver, and tho probable fur ther increase from tho expected ador tion of tho .gold standard in the Phil ippines and in the Straits settlements .,But the powers .refuse to. waive thv plain interpretation ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 January 1903

A L i. , Jan..i6,io3 The Commoner. 13 Cheap Trip California In Pullman Sleeper on fast train, with pleasant pooplo, in charge of experienced agent. Save money and travel com fortably. Personally Conducted oxcur- sions three times a week, Chicago to JDos Angeles and San Francisco. Ask for tourist sleeper leaflet. Address GEN. PASS. OFFICE, Atchison, Topeka and Santa Pe Ry. CHICAGO, ILL. Santa Fe iwmwwjwwimnwn'nm i wmm rf Beautiful Mantels MAKE Beautiful Homes. OUR MANTELS are not only beautiful, butgood. Feriect d o s ig n s and well made-, shipped direct to the consumer any whore and safe delivery guaranteed. Write for catalogue and other infor- ggg mation & & & & & McCUMROCH MANTEL CO Greensboro, N. C. 1 OBMHUH Mexican Railroi (FERROCARRIL flEXlCANO.) "When you visit the land of the Az tecs do not fail to take" the trip from the Capitol to Vera Cruz. The de scent of 7,348 feet to tho Gulf is of surpassing interest to tourists. One day's ride gives you a view of ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 January 1903

lv w f."i 14 The Commoner.- Vofrfr, No. saT - V - . . ; - 'J - I tmmmm mm i n i - i mmm , mmhw Urbana (0.) Democrat: . If congress would repeal the tariff on trust-mado goods it could have tho $500,000 .it has appropriated for a fake prosecution of the trusts. - Charlestown (Ind.) Democrat: It is time to swear off surrendering tin; party organization to so-called reor ganizes who hope to win through cowardly silence, and who trust to luck instead of to organization! La Fayette (Indj Democrat: En tangling alliances with foreign ' na tions is the one to be dreaded thing that every administration of whatever party, has always avoided until the present time. But it now seems to have been acre a ished. Beavertown ftviioh.) Clarion: The appropriation of half a million dol lars to be distributed among such law yers as Attorney General Knox may see fit to favor, appears to be about all the trust legislation congress will en act this winter. Owensburg (Ky.) Messenger: And the beef trust inco...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 16 January 1903

" " ' m " Jan. i6, 1903 T '. f The Commoner. 15 PERSONAL TO SUBSCRIBERS We wiW send to ever y subscriber or reader of THE COMMONER a full-sized. ONE-DOLLAil package of VIMS-ORE, by mail, POSTPAID, sufficient for one month's treat ment, to be paid for within one month's time after receipt, if the receiver can truthfully say that its use haB dono him or her more good than all the drugs and doses of quacks or good doctors or patent medicines ho or she has ever used. Read this over again carefully and understand that we ask our pay only when it has dono you good, and not before. We take all the risk; you have nothing to lose. If it doeB not benefit you, you pay us nothing. VITiE-ORE is a natural, hard, adamantine, rock-like substance mineral ORE mined from the ground lilco gold, and silver and requires about twenty years for oxidization. It contains FREE IRON, FREE SULPHUR AKD MAGNESIUM, and one package will equal in medicinal strength and cur ative value 800 gallons of the most powerfu...

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

f-EBE-!2 The Commoner l6 $ V-Vol. 2.N0.5?. .. N I u ! I u- The Week at Washington. (Continued from Pago 13.) ictailcd thoroin .for periods of four years. While serving in the general staff corps, officers may bo assigned tern porarily to duty with any other branch of the army. Upon being relieved, thoy shall return to tho bpanch of the army in which thoy hold pornm nont commission, and no officer ex cept general ofllcers shall bo eligi ble to a further detail on the genorai staff until he shall have served two years with tho branch in which com missioned, except in case of emerg ency in time of war. The bill also provides that the chief of staff, undor the direction of the president, shall have supervision of all troops of the line and of the adjutant generals, in spector generals, judgo advocates, quartermaster, subsistence, medical pay and ordnance departments, the corps of engineers and the signal corps, and shall perform such other duties as may be assigned to him by the preside...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 January 1903

"!fR'3" , '!V "r,wv uprmfwyw -TWv-irijr'r' '-v-.- .-r v'Y" BWP" Vt ' w '"ipf & Commoner : WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, ig.w.wara-T' lne W & w Vol. 3. No, i. Lincoln, Nebraska, Jan. 23, 1903. Whole No. 105. FRAUD OF ULTRA-PROTECTIONISTS. Tlio revolt among the rank and file of the republican party against ultra-protection found expression in tlie speech, delivered in the senate -by Mr. Dolliver of Iowa on January 13. The spirited retort made by Mr. Aldrich, who is recognized more as the representative of the tariff barons than as a senator from Rhode Island, indicates that, however weary the republicans may have become of bearing the burden of special in terests, the men whom Mr. Aldrich represents do not intend to yield any of the privileges that they now enjoy. Mr. Dolliver indorsed the statement that had been previously made and fairly established by democratic senators to the effect that the tariff schedules in the Dingley law were purposely placed high so a3 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 January 1903

, ofi fWH-w,vm iwm V 7fjff i pt: .''' r. , t $ S ' 'i . '" 4-.Vl .if Commoner H " HiAft . bi RT Bcemy wjso to leave tlio question .to a vote. Let Oklahoma bo admittod to statehood and before tho timo act for admission let tho people of both territories doclaro their preference. If a union o tho two terrltorlcH is desired by tho people of both territories no objection ought to bo made by thoso who live outside. If, on the other hand, . tho pcoplo of olthor territory object to tho union thoro ought to bo no disposition on tho part of tho outsldo public to forco a consolidation. If Oklahoma is admitted by itsolf the namo, of courso, would remain unchanged, but tho name, Jofforson, has boon suggested as an appropriate ono in case tho two territories are united. The main argument advanced in favor of this narao is that this is the last stato remaining in the territory known as tho Louisiana purchase.lt would cer tainly bo a fitting honor to tho author of the Dec laration of Independence....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 January 1903

'"Jj. " "T . 5f tw - -1 r J vf r.- -Triflfc4- -Th& Commoner. JAN. 23 1903. 3; William Randolph Hearst Submits proof of The existence of a Criminal Coal Trust and Asks why the Delay in Prosecuting It. V : '. ' Roosevelt and the Coal Trust An interesting letter .was recently written by w. R. Hearst to President Roosevelt More than I three months ago Mr. Hearst addressed a letter to ; the president notifying Mr. Roosevelt that he, Mr. Hearst, had asked Attorney General Knox for per mission to furnish him with conclusive proofs of the existence of a coal trust. Mr. Hearst says that he submitted the proofs to the United States dis trict attorney of the southern district of New York and that these proofs demonstrated "under the hands and seals of the corporations constitut ing the trust that a combination of the' coal-carrying railroads absolutely controls the country's supply of anthracite and fixes its price to, the con sumer." . Mr. Hearst'remlnds the president that the law officer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 January 1903

aj -" "tsrauBiv ipjiiinnippniiiii, pwipin igii - jfUngm 1 wii 1 mP ''' ' '!& Tt it-v-its- iri' j-t T.' . - 7V '. - 'H i 1 ;. m 'Ah 4v ,,''" 8 The Commoner. t ISSUED WEEKLY. I Entered nt the postofllcc at I,lucoln, Nebraska, a second cUh mall matter, 'i TERMS-PAYADLE IN ADVANCE. GneYer.. $1.00 CIziloBths fiOC Three flonths 35c Single Copy 00 Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 52c Extra. ,.,,,', " . ' 1 SUBSCRIPTIONS can 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 t 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 noney. 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 arc required after money is received b...

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