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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 December 1901

Commoner. fv PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE TRUSTS AND PHILIPPINE QUESTIONS The president's message has "beori discussed at some length on the edi torial pages. Below will be found do much of the message as relates to im perialism and the trust question: . THE TRUST QUESTION. The tremendous and highly complex industrial development which went on with ever accelerated rapidity during the latter half of the nineteenth cen tury brings us face to face at the be ginning of the twentieth with very serious social problems. The old laws and the old customs which had almost the binding force of law were once quite 'sufficient to regulate the accu mulation and distribution of wealth. Since the industrial changes which have so enormously increased the pro ductive power of mankind they are 1:0 longer sufficient. The growth of cities has gone on beyond comparison faster than the growth of the country, and the up building of the great industrial centers has meant a startling increase not merely in the aggre...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 December 1901

PPWWWS i,v 8 The Commoner; mfwmmmMfit -. terested zeal for their progress that our people have shown in the Phil ippines. To leave the islands at this time would mean that they would fall into a welter of. murderous anarohy. Such a desertion of duty on our part would he a crime against humanity. The character of Governor Taft and of his associates and subordinates is a proof, if such he needed, of th sincer ity of our effort to give the islanders a constantly increasing measure of self government exactly as fast as they show themselves fit to exercise it. Since the civil government was estab lished not an appointment has been made in the Islands with any reference to'considerations of political influence or to aught else save the fitness of the man and the needs of the service. In our anxiety for the welfare and progress of the Philippines it may be that hore and there we have gone too rapidly in giving them local self-government. It is 'on this side that our error, if any, has been...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 December 1901

Wn iVjiuij! .j M llHll.l,plf(.lillllk. The Commoner. , " "7 " " ; r-i The Home Department. J ' 1 mtmrn LINCOLN. By Edwiu Markham. When the Norn-mother saw the Whirlwind Hour, Greatening and darkening as it hur ried on, She bent the stienuous heavens and came down .To make a man to meet the mortal need. She took the tried clay of the common road Dashed through it all a strain of prophecy; Then mixed a laughter with the ser- i lous stuff. It was a stuff to wear for centuries, A man that matched the mountains and compelled The stars to ldok our way and honor us. The color of the ground was in him, the red earth, The tang and odor of the primal ; things The rectitude and. patience of the . rocks; ,The gladness of the wind that shakes; the corn; The courage of the bird that dares the 9 sea; The justice of the rain that loves alD leaves; The pity, Jc-the jnowthat'.liides all" scars; The loving kindness of ,the wayside wellr The tolerance and equity of light, MEMOKir FOOD. Cass Whore Memor...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 December 1901

mm mv , The Commoner 10 Weekly News Summary CUMRHaHHmaaBn!UaMKaHDinaKHaaCManninHMafMBaH Tho Gorman Reichstag engaged In a spirited debate on the question of duel ing which indicates very strongly tho existence of a sentiment against that practice. It is believed that dueling will bo very soon a thing of the pant in the German empire. Thomas Clark Luby died at Jersey City November 29. He was born in Dublin in 1822 atid was a leader in tho Fenian movement. At one time he was thp editor of the Irish People in Dub lin, which papor was seized by the gov ernment. Mr. Luby was sentenced to prison for twenty years and served Ave of that term, hieing pardoned in 1896 on condition that he leave the country. Charles Hamilton, who died at Day tona, Fla., recently, was said to bo a grandson of Alexander Hamilton. Charles Hamilton was 75 years of age and in tho civil war was lieutenant colonel of the Seventh Wisconsin. John Dillon, M. P., addressing . an Irish league demonstration recently, advis...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 December 1901

!W"WM The Commoner. ii Cures Rheumatism A 50 GENT BOX FREE! If yon. have BhoumatlBm, Goat, Lumbago, Sciatica, try "Gloria Tonic." A BO cont box froo to all who axe willing to glvo this precious remedy a faithful trial. Mrs. Mlna Schott of Marlon, Ohio, writes: "For 13 years I Buffered from rhoumatlsm. I walked on crutches and bad to tako to my bed. Af tor all remedies fallod I adoptod Gloria Tonic which com pletely cured mo." Fully ono hundred thousand per eons bavo boon cured through this wondorful specific among them poraona whom tho best doctors called Incurable. Tho most elaborate, Illustrated book on rhoumatlsm, which will toll you all about your caso, tree with trial box. Address JOHN A. SMITH; 2988 Germanla Building, MILWAUKEE, WIS., tj, S, A, Cross Purposes. Father "You want a wife, my boy." Son "Indeed I don't, sir." Father "I mean that you ought to take one." Son "Whose shall I take?" Father "Don't be so silly; I mean that you ought to marry some nice girl or other." Son "...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 13 December 1901

imrasygl TJ"-r Ht ?ppiPBE5SBEBpBppB3i55sSvwirwwA7 ( The Commoner. 12 - The Principles deducible from Its nri C C A A Or The Principles deducible in I he science or Money; n"y&&flg..Minodtni r -- - - ----- w .,- , Third edition; 8vo. pp. 220; ciotn, 3i. mmmNNmWWWNNNNNNNNNfo 'Tim Sntnnnn of Rfnnov." hv Aln-rnnrlnr "Dnl Mnr. M. E.. formerly Director of tbo Buroau " of Statistics of tho Uultod Statos, Mining Commissioner to tho United States Monotary Com. mission 01 jqid nna nucnor 01 Bovorni dooks concerning wiu iiruuiuua iuoiuia, puuiwuuu iu lmgo typo nud handsome drosa by tho Cumbridgo Press of New York, i n contribution to this largo nnd intricuto subjoct that demands tho closest study. It is writton in a stylo of poworful simplicity and tho originality of many of tho observations it contains on modern Bocioty as alTcctcd by monotary mechnuisms aro of .profound Intorost and convincing valuo. Takon altogether Mr. Del MarTs book is ono that no publicist and no thinker can ntTo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 December 1901

The Commoner. WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol, u No. 48. Lincoln, Nebraska, December 20 , 1901. $1.00 a Year The Prince of Peace. Christmas is at hand, and its coming always recalls the benediction pronounced in the presence of the shepherds who kept their flocks by night' "On earth peace, good will toward men." Isaiah, the prophet, in speaking of the coming of Christ, said that he would be called among other things the "Prince of Peace," and immediately af ter this prophecy as to His title follows this ex planation of the title: "Of the increase of his government and peace there shall be no end, Upon the throne of David and upon his kingdom, to order it, and to establish it with judgment and with justice from henceforth even, forever." It is as true today as when the prophet uttered the words, that no government can be permanent or insure peace unless it is .established with jus tice. At this season of the year, held sacred in all Christian lands and observed even by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 December 1901

"K' TW l wwmrw""r VTOP'''51T bimetallism would amount to an abandonment of bimetallism because gold democrats would secura nominations on such a platform, and then, if elected, would, as tbey have in tbo past, act with the republicans to maintain tbe gold standard. As to tbo second question, namely, whether concurrent circulation of the two metals is essen tial to a bimetallic system? To answer tbis in tbe negative witbout further explanation might lead to misunderstanding. The concurrent circulation of tbo two metals, while desirable, is not absolute ly necessary to the maintenance of tho bimetallic eystem, but bimetallists believe that the parity would bo maintained in this country at the ratio of 16 to 1. Wo had bimetallism from 1792 to 1834, during nearly all of which time gold was at a premium because our mint ratio, compared witb the mint ratio of France and some other countries, undervalued gold. When in 1834 the ratio was. changed from 15 to 1 to 16 to 1, silver was then und...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 December 1901

The ours now" be gave voice to the prevailing idea among the republican leaders of today, and when bo added that our duty is to give to the people of the Philippine islands ."all that we are capable of giving them" be challenged the thoughtful atten tion of American citizens who have a right to con sider whether men who assert that governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, are really capable of giving any sub stantial benefit to a people to whom they deny the very principle and the vory privileges under which the governing power found its oxlstence. Admiral Schley. If Admiral Schley needed a vindication he ob tained it in the splendid tribute paid him. by Ad miral Dewey in the latter's minority report. In truth Admiral Schley did not need a vindication. In the judgment of the American people he is one of this country's great naval heroes, and this is shown to be true by the very general condemna tion which the court of inquiry's report has met .with on t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 December 1901

r.-,vam I.V The Commoner. tv- jv E-" The Commoner, ISSUED WEEKLY. Termi Payable la Advaace. Ce Ytar $i.o fix Meatks ?...... s Tfttrea Months .- as ftrglc Copy AtNewa land er at this Office S Sample Copies Prce. Subscriptions can be sent direct to The Com moncr. They can also be sent through newspapers Tvhich have advertised a clubbing rate, or through local agents -where such agents have been ap pointed. All remittances should be sent by postoffice order, express order or by bank draft on New York or 'Chicago. Do not send individual checks, stamps, or money. Advertising rales furnished upon application. Address all communications to THE COMMONER, Lincoln, Neb. Entered at the postoffice at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second class mail matter. . RENEWALS The date on your wrapper shims when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jnn, 02 xnoam that pay went has been received lo and including tho Inst issuo of Jan nary, 1002. Two weeks are required aftor money ia received b'eforo tho date of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 December 1901

""y;iiw j,"s-" v3 o 5 Sauce for the Goose and the Gander. " In a recent consular report, Frank' Mason, United' States consul general at Berlin, said that the business situation in Ger many could not regain its former prosperity as long as the future respecting duties continues un certain and the danger of for eign reprisals remains. A German paper, the Kreuz Zeitung, commenting upon Mr. Mason's statement, declares that tariff duties in Germany are no more uncertain than in the United States. ,The Kreuz Zeitung adds, "Let the United States make and inaugurate a tariff reform favorable to commercial treaties before accusing other coun tries of endangering trade relations through pre parations for tariff legislation." It will occur to a great many people that this German paper has come very near to hitting the nail on the head. For a country that is so immovable on its high pro tective tariff provisions as the United States, it vtould seem we are indulging in considerable com plaint co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 December 1901

wppfppp Ww1 wwww,vwwwMym,wvwi rfp-fWf WC WtRW rMPi riit'yxrr' 6 The Commoner. it ' K &-V f,: .vwtfrvwftvwrtw I - - - 3 , Whether Common or Not. mmftwmmimmmMMmtmNmmmmmMmmmmtmmNMmN 5 ? 5 CHRISTMAS. 'Ring out, ye 'joyful Christmas diime, Glad songs to cv'ry land and clime . JNor cease your merry 2)cals until The message wondering s7iep7icrds heard The hearts of all mankind has stirred "Peace on earth; to men, good will'1 Ring out, ye joyful Christmas bell! Let cv'ry rich note gladly tell That icar and blood-lust both shall cease When men in truth accept the sway Of Mm horn on tJih Christmas day The manger-cradled Prince of Peace. Ring out the demons Hate and Might! Ring in the angels love and Right! , Bid Freedom, prostrate on the ground, Arise and face the golden morn Whereon the Prince of Peace was born ' And shout for joy to hear your sound. Ring out, ye merry Christmas c7dme, And'ushcr in the glad New Time When, with the royal diadem, All men hate come withjoyfuVsound, And in t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 December 1901

rmmmemm The Commoner. n m i , ' " ii . & & The Weekly Press on the President's Message & & m I Itasca (Tex.) Item: The president appears to favor the subsidizing of the American merchant' marine, and hia attitude is calculated to render him unpopular with ' the masses of the people. Adel (Ga.) News: The message was loQked for with a good deal of ex pectancy and although an able state paper, there is not that strong indi viduality about it. that was generally .expected. Temple (Tex.) Times: When the article is finished it leaves an impres sion very similar to a school girl's essay on the duties of. parents. It reads very well, but it never strikes the nail a home stroke. Elkton (Ky.) Times: President Roosevelt wants to bo cautious In dealing with the trusts. To use a moss covered expression, he "knows which side his bread is buttered on' and, well he likes butter. Hastings (Neb.) Democrat: If thero is such a thing as a trust in the coun "try he thinks "publicity" will...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 December 1901

pfmmm.m,wmc, ?sH The Commoner. 8 ft- W l pjafjHSJSMBlBMBWMiMB'JEMWiiB"B"" J The Home Department. WM Jest 'Fore Christmas. Father calls mo William, sister calls mo Will, Mother calls me Willie, but the fellers call mo Bill! Mighty glad I ain't a girl ruther be a boy, Without them sashes, curls and things that's worn by Pauntleroy! Love to chawnk green apples an' go swimmin' in the lake Hate to take the castor-ile they- give for belly-ache! 'Most all the time the whole year round, there ain't no flies on me, But jest 'fore Christmas I'm as good as I kin be. Got a yaller dog named Sport,- sick him on tho cat; First thing she knows she doesn't know where sho is at! Got a clipper sled, an' when us kids goes out to slide, 'Long comes tho grocery cart, an' we all hook a ride! But sometimes when the grocery man is worrited an' cross, He reaches at us with a whip and lar rups up his boss, An' then we laugh an' holler, "Oh, ye never teched me!" But jest 'fore Christmas I'm as good as I kin be...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 December 1901

npjwim"wvw iwtmww w w, The Commoner. 9 Senator Heltfeld's Letter. Washington, D. C, Nov. 22, 1901. Hon. D. H. Andrews, Chairman Peo ple's Party State Committee, Boise, Idaho. Dear Sir: Having concluded, after most thorough consideration, that it is both wise and patriotic to an nounce a change in my political af filiations I deem it my duty to ap prise you of this intention and to give you my reasons for so doing. When the people's party movement was started in the early '90's I real ized that the chief difference between the aims and purposes of the two old parties was in name more than in principle, and that there was an actual necessity, appealing powerfully to pa triotism and good citizenship, for a third party as a means of checking the growth of plutocracy and preserving that spirit of free government with which the founders of the republic im bued our institutions. It is useless for me to go back and describe the growth and enumerate the successes of the people's party. It is...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 December 1901

The Commoner. 10 f Weekly News Summary The American federation of labor adopted a resolution to exclude the Chinese from this country. The same body tabled a resolution to exclude the Japanese. It also protested against legislation against railroad ticket scalping. Lieutenant Commander Luclen lYoung has been relioved from duty j.s captain of thoport of Havana because of injudicious language used concern ing the ability of the Cubans to gov ern .themselves. Senator James K. Jones was re elected chairman of the democratic caucus. Bourke Cockran, on the night of De cember 8, addressed a large mass meeting at Chicago which had assem bled to show its sympathy for the Boers. Resolutions were adopted ask ing the president to call a halt upon the exportation of horses and mules .for the benefit of the British in South Africa. Republicans have agreed upon a tariff bill for the Philippine islands. It establishes the Dingley rates on all goods imported into the United States from the Philippin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 December 1901

wpjipwiwwitwwfyfiwiiiiw The- -Commoner. A Am ii SORE EYES Granulated Lids, Cataracts or Blind ness cured at Homo. Dr.W. O. Co (Too, the noted 076 specialist of Dea Molnos, lowa, nos periccicu a mna treatment by vrhlch anyone Buffering from Failing Eye eight. Cataracts. Blindness or any dlsoaso of tho eyes can euro themselves at home. If yotfuro afflicted with any oyo troublowrito to Dr. Coffeoand toll htm all about it. Ho will then toll you just whAt ho can do. He -will also send you. FItEEOF CHARGE, ho 80-pago book, 'Tho Now Sys tem of Treating Diseases of tho Eyo." It Is full of In torostlnsr and valuablo In formation. All cure are permanent. Writ To day for yoorsolf or friend to W n mrPFE. M. D.. fiS5 'Good Block. PES M0INfc,(A a ELI" a''n Passes PSlMnMniHMIiMMI ARE THE FASlFST Tn rem fcaTlngalarco fad opening. Thhmakeathemcorrwpoiidtog-ly - - .u u - . njiciiuiu ixnivrciuiernorso f 'J???1 JJwer T1 re U1"8 ilUd (o tho want of the IndlvtJaal farmer or tho nun who makes ballog n bus...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 20 December 1901

LTJTlHllHia vmn-mmtumm w y pi j-vr'v? ivt . 12 -,' . c The Commoner. . '-'iVifajW' 1 V - ' "''f-V.'! T573C3 i : 1 f X J t . SUBSCRIBERS "THE COMMONER CONDENSED" Arrangements have been mado with the Abbey Press, of New York, for the publication of a book of from three hundred to three hundred and fifty pagea, which will be. as its title indicates, a condensed copy of The Commoner for the first year of its existence. The volume will reproduce the editorials which discuss questions of a permanent nature, together with selected paragraphs. A few chapters will bo devoted to Mr. Maupin'a page, to the Home Department and to the Weekly Press Forum. The last chapter will contain the choicest poems which have appeared in the paper during the year. The editor has a two-fold object in issuing this abridgement of the year's work. He desires first, to furnish in convenient form for preservation, the more important oditorials so that subscribers who have not kept complete files may have a permanen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 December 1901

The Commoner. WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. r vtt Vol. i. No. 49. Lincoln, Nebraska, December 27, 1901. $1.00 a Year New Year's Day Resolutions. While a good resolution can be made at any season, the beginning of the New Year seems an appropriate time for "turning over a new leaf." It ought not to be difficult to give up a bad habit since an intelligent self-interest prompts one to do that which will be of benefit to himself, and yet some special stimulus is often necessary. The Commoner is published primarily for the support and advancement of democratic principles. The editor desires to aid in securing those reforms which he believes would be helpful to the people generally, but he recognizes that under the most just government and the most perfect laws individ ual happiness would largely depend upon individual merit. Even when the government does all that it can it cannot make a wicked man happy or protect a thoughtless man from the trouble which his conduct invites. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 27 December 1901

SSWWS$ The Commoner. Kossuth's reception in this country. He said that he was greeted with enthusiasm wherever he went. Daniel Webster received him as a hero; so did Henry Clay, William H. Seward, Robert Wln throp, Governor Hunt of New York, members of the cabinet, governors of states, senators, all took part in the reception to a man who was fighting lor liberty. Kossuth was arrayed against Austria; and at tho very time, when wo'wero opening our arms to reccivp him with true Amorican hospitality and showering upon him genuine American honors, this government was maintaining diplomatic relations with Austria. If Paul Kruger came to America today, would he bo received as Louis Kossuth was received? Undoubetdly the people would welcome him cor dially, but would the members of congress with one accord assemble at the banquet board to pay honor to Kruger as their predecessors assembled at the banquet board to pay honor to Kossuth? Would senators and governors and cabinet officers tumble...

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