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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 September 1903

..iM.iy.i,.)ini in. mmmmmmaimmmmmm iimmNpivi r 4 The Commoner .. ISSUEDWJlElfeY. Entered at the poBloflldo & Lincoln, Nebraska, as second' class mall matter. On Year $1.00 Six Month 50c In Clubs of 5 or more, per year 78C Three Months a5c Single Copy fiC Sumple Copies Free. Foreign Postage 53c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can bo dent direct to The Commoner. They can also bo sent through newspapers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, orthrougli. local agents, where sucbagenta havo been oppolntcd. All remittances should be sent by post ofllco money order, express order, or by bank draft on Now York or Chicago. Do not send Individual checks, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The dato on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan., '01, means that payment has been received to and Including tho lastlBsuc of January 1901. Two weeks aro required after monoy Is received before tho dato on wrapper can bo changed. CHANOB OP ADDRESS. Subscribers requesting a change of address m...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 September 1903

TJ The Commoner SEPTEMBER 4, 1903, 5 The Wall Street Journal refers to the panic of 1893 as "The Bryan panic." Many republican pa ' pers attribute that panic to the "The Sherman law, which law was Bryan repealed before the panic was Panic" wel1 under -yvay; others have at tributed the panic to the Wilson bill which did not take effect until. the, panic had exhausted its force, and so wo presume that It would bo improper to protest against the chargo that Mr. Bryan, then a member of congress, was responsible for the financial disturbance of- 1893. It is now plain that republican leaders have succeeded in persuading the president not to call an extra session or congress ua early as October, and the Wash ington correspondent for the Chicago Record-Herald says that, those leaders are now con centrating their efforts to prevail on the president not to call any extra session at all. They think it would bo bad policy for the "republican party to undertake to meet any of the pressing proble...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 September 1903

The Commoner. SEPTEMBER 4, 1903, Dodging the Problems. as Missionary. Tho Wall Street Journal refers to the panic of 1893 as "Tho Bryan panic." Many republican pa ' I pers attribute that panic to tho "The Sherman law, which law was Bryan repealed before the panic was Panic" wel1 under way; others have at tributed tho panic to tho "Wilson bill which did not take effect untihthepanic had oxhausted its force, and so wo presume that it would be improper to protest against the charge that Mr. Bryan, then a member of congress, was responsible for the financial disturbance of. 1893. It is now plain that republican leaders have succeeded in persuading the president not to call an extra session of congress as early as October, and the Wash ington correspondent for the Chicago Record-Herald says that these leaders are now con centrating their efforts to prevail on the president not to call any extra session at all. They think it would be bad policy for the republican party to undertake to mee...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 September 1903

I miiliM fUJM . t, "to- '-'iwsflwW3wW'F' 6 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 8J, fCURBGNT vS''v P J-!ii'.,''l0X.s.'V':,'ilW.,.1-Jl.,j- fi&Pi2!KVffl PUBLIC ATTENTION WAS RECENTLY AT tracted toan imposing incident that took place at Oyster Bay. The combined squadrons of tho United States navy were assembled in or der, as the Washington correspondent for tho New York World puts it, "to make a holiday for President Roosevelt, "his family,, and a few invited friends." Tho World correspondent says that tho bringing of tho ships to the president's summer homo involved tho expenditure of a largo amount of public money amounting almost to a quarter of a million dollars and' all for tho purpose of pro viding a holiday for tho president, tho members of his family and his guests. Tho World correspon dent says: "Naval ofiicers are especially critical and point out that tho Oyster Bay meeting re sulted not only in valuable loss of time to tho squadron, which was interrupted for one whole week in...

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

m pWP"'jWj,'1 V ',T-wrtrvfTO-.. r -w- SEPTEMBER 4, 1903. euro oil, which Is practically shut out of Iho market As a consequence, the manufacturers of the emulsions and other products into which cod liver oil enters have heen compelled to advance their wholesale prices on an average of 33 1-3 per cent The unprecedented advance in the price of the oil is due to natural causes, and to the fact that New York speculators have cornered the ex tremely limited supply. In comparison with 16, O00 harrels of oil produced in Norway in 1902, this year the total output will not exceed 1,600 barrels. Of this amount not over 60 per cent is shipped to this country. Intense suffering and many deaths will be the probablo result of the shortage of the oil, as in many pulmonary trou bles physicians say there is no substitute for it." THE FIRST ROAD IN THE WORLD CON structed especially for automobile freight traffic is nearing completion in the heart of Afri ca, according to a writer in the St Louis Post...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 September 1903

rrv-iwr T jQff& jfUfWrn1 1--' yrV!W 8 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 33, i R' ' J 2 lirlJoi III lfcrl II W A Gentleman. Ho could not bo bo poor that ho would hato tho rich Nor yot so rich that ho despised tho poor; Hp Is so bravo and just that not a turn or hitch In all of Fortune's winding ways could lure Him to an act or thought of vile in gratitudo He's true unto himself and thus to every man And has that courage, high and grand and strong, That comes with kindness and with honor loads the van To aid the right and sternly punish wrong; To strip injustice till it shivers, shamed and nude. He seeks tho culture that, refining gives a grace And comfort to himself and those around; Ho has not ostentation, nor would he abase Himself to thus become a monarch crowned. Clean comes his thought and from his hand a brother's grip. He comes from anywhere; aye, e'en from Nazareth; t . From north and south and from the east and west; He comes as comes tho cool and grateful breeze's breath; ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 September 1903

tmrrm9cs1 "ti i-frj- -f,ii - -v-.. tiWjaFWtN T'f-.' , ? wrp eg iftn " The Commoner. SEPTEMBER 4, 1903. 9 WfS ljj."lfciP'lWIJ!" tost method. Wind tho veil carefully, with edges even, around a clean broomstick; lay across a boilei, or pan of water and- steam for about three-quarters of an hour. Leave on tho stick to dry, and all dust and dirt will bo gone, giving it a new stiffness. To dry-clean hair brushes, take the brush by the handle, and -gently but firmly strike tho whole face of the bristles on a board, or other smooth surface.; after twenty-five strokes you will find that the dirt has nearly all gone, and the woolly stuff that gathers at the base of the bristles has corns down to the ends where a comb will quickly remove it; keep this up, un til the brush is clean. Fall mushroom.; may be washed and canned in the same way as other vege tables. Pack the jars very full, put en tho covers loosely, set the jars in a wash-boiler with nearly water enough to cover them, bring to a boi...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 September 1903

v ' Tro &,') ','t"rm9n-if0nmt'ti fi The Commoner. .' IO yOLUME 3, NUMBER 33. I M ?- i 5et Your tfeela. When you're feelin' kind o bluo 'And th' world seems down on you, Don't loso hope and case your grip Set your heels so they won't slip. Set your heels and wear a smile And keep shovin all the while. Keep on shovln' till you loso All th' symptoms of the blues. -Don't loso hope if luck seems tough; Show you're made of sterner stuff. on't sit down to sob and sigh; Brace up for another try. Braco up! Stiffen up your lip; Bet your heels so they won't slip. Then shove hard and wear a smile ftjid you'll git thar after while. Do your friends seem to be few? That's when it is up to you. But there's loft one faithful friend Who will stick unto the end. He will stick through thick and thin, So brace" up and wade right in. Set your heelj and brace your back And .success you will not lack. Don't sit down to peak and pine. Stiffen up your wobbly spine. Spit upon your hands and then Grab a ho...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 September 1903

SEPTEMBER 4, 1903. est heart of Lincoln thought that any one act, save the surrender of Leo at Appomattox, gave him so much pleas ure. Taking his cue from the Lord, Lin coln loved the common people and It was because of his love for them that ii. the closing days of his life he said: "Sometimes when I think of the rap id accumulations of great privale for tunes that have gone on since the war began, I fear for the future of my country." T.ook at Rockefeller, the billion aire; Carnegie, the half-billionaire; 5.000 other millionaires and multi millionaires, every mother's son of them nursing at the breast of the tloated, dissipated old republican par ty, and then talk about holding a cele bration "under the oaks at Jackson," to commemorate the founding of the "party of Lincoln." Bah! Keep away from the oaks, of Jack son, you mumbling hypocrites who al most soil the name of Lincoln when 5ou speak it; turn aside your faces if unnappy cnance should ever lead yoi i.ear the silent tomb by ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 September 1903

- ? it " 12 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER jj, ' F.fc lit ,v saOiLJ ' 'li'f 4'' Ft1" &S -. i . ... - - ... T , . . . l,..r ffall to agree on these questions thff woric or tiie coal strike commission will go for naught Lord Salisbury, one of the last of the great statesmen of tho past gen eration, died at London on August 22 after an illness of about a month's duration. Lord Salisbury was born in 1830 and Jias been intimately connected with the political life of England for many years. His political activity may be seen from tho following posts he has held: Secretary of state for In dia, 1874 to 1878; secretary of state for foreign affairs, 1878 to 1880; spe cial ambassador at conference on east ern affairs at Constantinople, 187G to 1877; second plenipotentiary for Great Britain at congress of Berlin, 1878; prime minister and secretary of state for foreign affairs, 1886-6; prime min ister and first lord of the treasury, 188G-7; prime minister and secretary of state of foreign af...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 September 1903

i tr.. -- ,jvsiy nvi" ' f t -.1 The Commoner. SEPTEMBER i 1903. 3 HlfWP?r-i immediately brought the alleged crime tc the attention of the government and demanded action by Turkey. Presi dent Roosevelt has ordered the Eu ropean squadron, under command of Admiral Cotton, to proceed immediate ly to Beirut and bo in readiness to sup port any demand made by the United States on Turkey on account of the assassination of Mr. Magelssen. Mr. Magelssen was thirty years of ago and was appointed to his post from Min nesota. On August 28, according to a cablegram from Constantinople, it transpired that the report that Mr. Magelssen was killed is incorrect An attempt upon his life was made, but the bullets did not touch the consul and the error in stating that- ho had been killed '.aroco. from a mistake in a cipher telegram. In some quarters it is believed that the attempt upon the life of the consul Is but part of a whole plan contemplating the murder of all the foreign consuls in countries unde...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 September 1903

MFfrtjr'T"''T ' r' nrfr& i w "VTJTwyy?yr'Piwqi? '"ncwB-g ' . The Commoner. 14 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 33, - W W! Wf A l"',r fv TH: OHIO PLATFORM For governor, Tom L. Johnson, of Cuyahoga county. For lieutenant governor, Frank B. Miles,, of Lucas county. For supremo judge, Edward J. Dompsey, of Hamilton county. For attornoy general, Frank S. Mon nott, of Franklin county. For treasurer of state, V. J. Dahl, of Fayette county. For auditor of state, Charles A. Kloob, of Auglaize county. For school commissioner, J. H. Se crest, of Putnam county. For member, of board of public works. T. H. B. Jones, of Lawrence county. ' For United States senator, John H. Clark, of Cuyahoga county. Assembled in convention at Colum bus, preparatory Co the state election of 1903, we, the democrats of Ohio, re- cfllrmlng the declarations on national issues of our platform of 1902, adopted at Sandusky, hereby ronew our alleg iance to the democratic party of the 'nation, and again avow our devotion to the princip...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 September 1903

i uwsih wpn iwwwiwBppWWWPf pts !ff W ''WUWWPJ " '""AJB1, 1 ' '";'ir! wa The Commoner. HBPTBMBER 4, 1903. i5 bo appraised by assessing boards, which should bo in session for at least a part of each year. Their proceed ings and deliberations should be open to the public; and power should be civen for tno empioyuium. ui a. iimu eontative of the public interests at Learings before them. In making as sessments, all property should be ap praised at not less than Its salable yalue. . , Second The present laws for as sessing the property of all public ser vice corporations should be bd changed Kb to compel the assessment of those properties at their salable value as go ing concerns, ana to prevum, tueu evasion of just taxation. Third To prevent evasion of state taxes by discriminating valuations, a eeparation of the sources of state and local revenues should bo made. We, therefore, heartily indorse the consti tutional amendment now pending be fore the people and to be Voted on at the coming...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 4 September 1903

-rV-Tft -a r' rTPwlf- 'wq)wTwi8r-?Mn Jit 16 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER &, - (- "H t-f f t II m Nebraska State Fair, The Nobraska stato fair has always ranked among the beat stato exposi tions, and for several years past has been considered a model in point of management. Tho exhibits have al ways boon largo and numerous because of tho liberal' premium list. The 1903 fair will bo held, as usual, at Lin coln, from September 4 to 11, inclusive. Monday, September 7, will bo "Labor Day" at tho fair and tho trades unions end other bodies of workingmen will be in.evidoneo at ho fair grounds. On Tuosday the king of all trotters, Cres ceus, will go a mile against timo in an e:ort to beat his own wonderful rec ord. Wednesday will be "Fraternal Day" and tho numerous fraternal and ooclal organizations will have charge oi a varied program, which will include eovoral drills by crack drill teams of Lincoln and neighboring cities. On Friday tho great free-for-all trot will be pulled off and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 September 1903

"wvsr-TP- -rni- The Commoner. Twijll ;' WILLIAA J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 3. No. 34. Lincoln, Nebraska, September 11, 1903. Whole No. 138. ' THE RACE PROBLEM 1 S IZSSZSZ In a recent Issue of The Commoner there ap peared an editorial entitled "The Race Problem," In which a contrast was drawn between the action of the republican party in the Philippine Islands and the action of some of the democratic states of the south. The Inter-Ocean criticises some of the statements made and calls upon Mr. Bryan to tell the truth about the matter. In order that the Inter-Ocean's criticism may bo understood, the en tire editorial is reproduced: In The Commoner W. J. Bryan writes on "The Race ProDlem," and commends the president's recent letter to Governor Durbin against lynching. He gives, also, some very sensible advice to white and black men as to their relations. But Mr. Bryan could not, of course, treat such a subject without defending his party in the south and without some referen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 September 1903

TffSf? .'. r 2 to the time when they shall onjoy all the rights and privileges of citizenship In the states. It must ho remembered, too, that the Inhabitants of tho District of Columbia, and of all the territories that lie beU'een the Atlantic and Pacific, onjoy all tho guarantees of tho constitution. Thoy are also under tho operation of the same general laws as the people of the states. Tho more tho Intor Ocoan discusses this question, tho moro apparent wih becorao tho fact that tho republican party in its Philippine policy is not only dofying tho prin ciples of self-government, but criticising a condi tion in the south which from every standpoint ot government is infinitely superior to the condition of a. colony. If tho Inter-Ocean will publish this editcrlal and answer it, The Commoner will bo glad to reproduce the answer for tho boneflt of the nadcrs of this paper. JJJ The Republican Bargain Counter. In his admirable speech delivered before tho Nebraska democratic state conventi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 September 1903

The Commoner. SEPTEMBER 11, 1903. 1 CLEVELAND THEN AND NOW I The Now York "World Is one of the papers that takes pleasure in presenting Mr. Cleveland as an available candidate for the presidency. It may bo interesting to the readors of The Commoner to note the difference between the tenor of the World's editorials today and the tenor of its edi torials just beforo the campaign of 1896. Below will be found some extracts from editorials which appeared in the Now York "World of January 4, 1896. It will be remembered that Mr. Cleveland had alieady made a bond sale in which Rothschild and Morgan figured as the purchasers, and Stetson (Mr. Cleveland's former partner) as attorney for the bond ring. As a result of this contract the Rothschild Morgan syndicate made several million dollars. After allowing the gold to be drawn out, by a ruling of the treasury department, which sur rendered the government's option as to the kind "of redemption, and a new bond issue was contem plated by the pres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 September 1903

r-fyrri"' 1 ' fc',Vtl" ' " JWJti if rwmSJ?:wr;l li' ? " I The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered at the postofllcc at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second clnss mail matter, One Year $1.00 Six Months sOc al Clubs ef b r more, per year 75c Three Mentha a5 SlHgleCepy gc Sample Ceplea Free. Ferelgtt Postage 52c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can bo sent dlr.ect to The Commoner. They can also be sent through newspapers which havo adver tised a clubbing rato, or through local agents, where such agents havo been appointed. All remittances should be Bent by post ofllco money order, express order, or by bunk dralt on Now York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks, Btamps.or money. RENEWALS. Tho date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan., '01, means that payment lias been received to and including tho last issue of January JCOi. Two weeks arc required after money is received beioro the date on wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OP ADDRLSS. Subscribers requesting a chango of addres...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 September 1903

pQ&jrT f-r j SEPTEMBER .Jl,1903. The Commoner, 5 wmvmfn mw mvp A STRIKING PICTURE The Philadelphia Public Ledger is a republi can paper. An editorial in the Public Ledger of September 1 is entitled, "Coal: A Glut and a Famine." The Public Ledger, although evidently realizing that it is required ,o deal with a serious situation, seems to understand that it owes some thing to its famous reputation for "conservatism;" and so it says that "we are told from time to time that a great deal of nonsense Is said about cor porate greed and trust oppression." The Public Ledger says that there can be no doubt that con siderable nonsense is said, but it adds that "when the consumer loolts at the situation brought about by the anthracite coal combination, he begins to feel that there is, at least, one trust which justifies the most vigorous criticism." - The Public Ledger's editorial Is so interest ing that the greater pbrtion of It is here repro duced. That republican paper says: Coal is comi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 September 1903

W5BwfijBfSly55iEBW J " m8X'Zmr"'nn'""' ,ltmvm,i,,mfPijmitM)iitmmmm,ti'viiim 6 The Commoner. VOLUME j, NUMBER 34 ICS gTSgNT x" ' c ' ' .. HKTCURReNT GDP III VJW Al fw w , ,7 rrf' -vV1' Ji1,1.'1''! . I -Pf. v"l .'.. h'JJziiJ' vTVV.J I Jrw. iiv Ji. i ,h.,t - --r. . .'..r,v. i"V if iwipfiii v f ' i i !.,. ?jr zr Ai:.7hw vS ' "'v ' " m. ,, s- - c y . -"'' 'd vjtmi vj - ii r-' ''0-t ,v a u i! ' ! , rjnl i f i r i ni f r" rv w- '-t- ,mrT s i ".i xy WHATEVER THE INTENTION OR PURPOSE of tho Colombian senate in disapproving of me troaty, wo arc told by the Washington cor robpondent for tho Philadelphia Public Ledger that it is recognized by this government that tho effect is equivalent to rejection and that the president will therefore proceed further in accord ance with tho act passed at the last session of congress. Tho Public Ledger correspondent ex plains: "The act of congress upon which tho treaty is based, and which provides for the con struction of an isthmian cnnal, also provides that...

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