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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 January 1902

C: rr 3 passive attitude. Great Britain was at loosed to sign the proposed note, but after lential report from Washington, declined to sign such a note as the Austrian ambassa- mosed. or to take any further steps. After- Austria and France made direct offers of mtion, but ceased their efforts after the ition of war. may accept as true the interpretation which British ministry seems desirous of putting jtfiis situation, and one may be truly thank- any friendly disposition manifested toward Jnited States by Great Britain; but even if Britain were more friendly than she really ren though her friendship were more sincere disinterested than we have the right to believe be, the fact could not persuade the American lie that it was their duty to transfer thoir sym iy in the South African war from the republic 'the empire. The American people will hope it we may always be on good terms with Great itain, but not at the expense of our natural sym- ithies. our Durest sentiments, and our best tr...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 January 1902

ipfiK ("V "' 4 The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY IJnlcred nt the poslofficcnt J,incoln, Nebraska, as second clous nuilt innttcr, '! ' ' !- TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. One Ycnr... $1.00 Six Months ,. ftoc Three riontli5 -. 25c Single Copy sc Sample Copies Free. fUllSCItlPTIONS cmi he rent direct to The Commoner. They inn alfo l.e tent through newspapers which have advertised 11 chil Ling talc, or thtoiifth local agents where such agents hnve 1 ecu appointed. All jcmiltonces Hhould l.e f cut ly postofficc ci.de r, cxpicfcH older or by Lonkdioft on New York or Chicago. I o not tend individual clicckp, Manip!?, or money. RENEWALS, The date on your wrapper .shows when jcui MtbcrJptlon will expire. Thus, Jan. 02 means thatpoy- II ciil 1 n lecu jeeeived to aid including the Inst iFfcueof Jon vr.iy, yea, 'J wo weeks are ictuiircd after incney is received be foit the date of the wrapper can be changed, CIIANOE OF AUDUESS.-SulFcribcrs requesting a change ii. cdc'ioH initht give the 01,1) as will as t...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 January 1902

The Commoner. 5 Aro American Wage workers "Hogs?" Shut Out the Honest Horaeseekers. Mr. Schwab, president of the steel trust, is taking a little vacation in Europe, and according to the cable dispatches is enjoy ing himself hugely. While In Paris he submitted to an inter view and is credited with saying that "when people earn good wages their rights do not trouble them." Accord ing to Mr. Schwab the American wageworker for he was speaking of American wageworkers is like a cow or a hog perfectly contented if given a full stomach. It remains to bo seen whether this viow will be indorsed by the wageworkers of the country. Over seven hundred relinquishments have al ready been made in tho land offices at El Reno and Lawton. This means that over seven hundred men who drew farms in the government land lottery have sold their claims. It will be remembered that the lottery plan was adopted as the best means of, shutting out land speculators. But it seems to have been a great failure. It was ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 January 1902

tf -W "0''7!ir"W 6 The Commoner. The Commoner t ThP rnmmnnAr - The Commoner I jH m ;- ' With any one of the periodicals named in this para.- With any one o the periodicals named in this para- paragraph, both one year for $1;65:. Springfield Ee- graph, both one year for $1.00: Farm and Home, semi- publican, lueekhj; Success, monthly; Cosmopolitan, monthly; Farm, Stock and Home, semi-monthly; Home monthly, and Farm, semi-monthly; Missouri Valley. Farmer, monthly; Indianapolis Sentinel, weekly. J jg COIMlTlOtlCf With any one of the periodicals named in this para, graph, both one year for $2.75: Keview of Keviews; monthly; Arena, monthly. The Commoner With any one of the periodicals named in this para graph, both one year for $1.35: New York World, thrice-a-tveek; Atlanta Constitution, weekly; Cincinnati TPfipk C CktYttTlfWlft9 Enquirer, weekly; World-Herald, twice-a-week ; Ne- l 11C VWIllIlVllCi braska Independent, Lincoln, Populist, weekly; Seattle With anjT one of the periodicals nam...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 January 1902

11 ( t The Commoner. 1 Whether Common or Not. I UNCLE SAM AT COURT. The heir of the late Ahkoond of Swat Alas, that the late Ahkoond is not Is about to be crowned With a volume of sound That once hearing is never forgot, Forgot That once hearing is never forgot. Let the timbrel be tuned For the heir of Ahkoond Is about to be crowned that's what! That's what! Is about to be crowned, that's what. We've got to be there with Swat's Ah koond, For Swatdom's feelings we must not wound. Do nothing by halves, So pad out your calves Your expenses will never be pruned Be pruned! Your expenses will never be pruned. At the crowning of Ed We made the right spread, So key up your voices well tuned, Well tuned! So key up your voices well tuned! And whom shall we send to Swat, I pray? Crowninshield, Egan, Chadwick, Mac lay. : What an elegant bunch To send out to lunch r- wiui me AnKoona ot awm umne uuu gay! Well, Hay! With the Ahkoond of Swat blithe- and gay it all view dejpjends up-on .the- point d...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 January 1902

T7 -TWTFt The Commoner, H mi kii 'w"'w . ' ""j " H . FORUM OF THE WEEKLY PRESS . 4 .., it. I j p,,,, apB BBIIIBiMaMiWW Ilathdrum (Idaho) Silver Bludo: It IooIch us though modern ropuhllcanlBin spoiled corporate pilfering. Denton (111.) Standard: "More monoy" was our light, and out of "moro monoy" has como audi prosper ity as wo have had. Grand Forks (N. D.) Plalndcaler: Prof. Lombard's theory that the soul Is In tho spinal column Is rather rough on politicians who have not any back bone. Hardy (Ark.) Herald: Perry Bel mont's defeat for congress in Now York Is another losson to ropubllcan istlc democrats who try to dictate our party policy. Do Soto (Mo.) Press: First, a poem by tho English poet laureate; now the proffer of a visit from a German prince. How popular your Uncle Samuel la getting, to bo suro. Brunswick (Mo.) Brunswlckor: Gen oral Bell Is said to favor harsh meth ods for tho suppression of the Fili pinos. What moro can thoy do than kill thorn. This thoy have been doing al...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 January 1902

- a The Commoner. 9 The Home Department. The Burial of Sir Joliu Mooro. (By Charles Wolfe.) Not a drum was heard, nor a funeral note, As his corpse to the rampart we hurried; Not a soldier discharged his farewell shot O'er the grave where our hero w.ir buried. Wo buried him darkly at dead of night, The sod with our bayonets turning, By the strugglins moonbeam's misty light, And the lantern dimly burning. No useless coffin inclosed his breast. Nor in sheet nor in shroud we wound him; But he lay like a warrior taking his rest, With his martial cloak around, him! Few and short were the prayers we said, And we spoke not a word of sorrow; But we steadfastly gazed on the face of the dead And we bitterly thought of the mor row. We thought, as we hollowed his nar row bed And smoothed down his lonely pillow, That the foe and the stranger would tread o'er his head, And wo far away on the bill)'.v! Lightly theyll talk ofcth spirit that's gone And o'er his cold ashes upbraid Min; But little he'...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 January 1902

-W.HIIH; UK h.iiiiii w wml i lili,HiyltljWM t t The Commoner. 10 11 ij Weekly News Summary January 14, 3G5 insurgents surrend ered to don. Jnmos F. Wade at Cobu, Philippine islands, Four national banks in Pittsburg, Pa., hnvo consolidated their capital into one institution. Admiral Schloy's appeal from the findings of tho court of inquiry has boon submitted to tho president. Mrs. Frederick Soure, who, ns Ca milla Urso, was famous for fifty years as a violinBt, died recontly In Now York. Two distinct oarthquako shocks were oxporlonced at St. Louis on tho morn ing of January 24. No damage was dono. Eleven prisoners escaped from tho fedoral prison at McNeils, Wash. Of thh number sovoral have been recap turod. Fiftcon teachers selected to go to tho Philippines aro to sail from Neu York for those islands on tho 15th of Fobruary. It Is roportod from Constantinople that tho Kurds aro again in tho field in Armenia and conflicts have already taken placo. It Is rumored that peace negotiations...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 January 1902

masiffiw?SEiZ!2MmtmTi2 The Commoner. ii V li on any vehicle wo make. Keen it it von llko It. return It If you disliko If. Wo fhv you dealer and jobber profits. K vou want to Know more Bena ror our freo 22nd annualcntaloeuo. KALAMAZOO CARRIAGE & HARNESS mi-u. uumrAHT, (nvHtentfltoFm Trial Want .Slatlan 73, Kalamazoo, Michigan, Weekly News Summary. (Continued from Page Ten.) .JKiMPtssm. By PiffHiTPl'Mfc fc I BLINDNESS Proven toil and Cured tho Great "Actlha. Mnn Icctrical Pocket Battory which removes cataracts, otc. Cures Grauulatod Lids. Hestorcs Vision Positivo proof of cures givon. No Cutting or DrujfKliiK. Eighteen years' success. Writofor our M)-pa(ro Dictionary of Diseases.rcc. Address Now York & London Kleotrlo Ass'n. Dopt 2(3. Arlington Building, Kansas City, Mo. 8 arriQ Rani A cu with sworn proofs for SI. LulilG Ddbn Postal ordor.Dr.T. Jones sto,Ky. wnnnHwMnMMaKiniHMMuHMMMnaMunMnanMniMi cciur your Kvrs with dr. henrico's kye ijaui vtm:U sVec IAUSW 1'AH.. TESTIMONIALS ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 31 January 1902

Will WliiWTpi WA1?J r...,w-iiwf" ' ' H"H wwwhh ,- Mt4rMiT-h- '"' i - -xrV The Commoner. 12 rf ' pnp t "Ood (Jive Us Men." Tho Fifty-Bovonth congress has boon long onough In session to rovoal its tendencies nnd to outlino its record. Looking nt tho situation as it is in Washington today, thoughtful Ameri cans seo tho house attempting to dis crlminato against our Filipino wards as wo novor discriminated against thorn whon they wore, utterly foreign to us. . Thoy sco Cuba, whoso bonds to Spain wo dissolved, menaced with completo commercial separation from us, and with a commorclal Isolation which oven tho Madrid government did not imposo upon her. Thoy seo the aspiration of tho Amorican people for an isthmian canal that will at tho same timo facilitate their commerce and strengthon tholr national defense, juggled, paltered with, and tossed about as if It were a merest trillo of tho day. And all this thoy have seen done at tho holiest of three or four special in terests whoso part in th...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 February 1902

;ttw " r Commoner. The fe V WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 2. No. 3. Lincoln, Nebraska, February 7, 1902. $1.00 a Year. Time For Action Write at Once. A committee of the house of representatives lias reported favorably a resolution proposing a constitutional amendment providing for the elec tion of United States senators by direct vote of the people. It must, first, secure time for consid eration; second, it must pr.ss the house by a two thirds vote; third, it must receive consideration in the senate, and, fourth, it must pass the senate by a two-thirds vote. It passed the house during the Fifty-second, Fifty-third and Fifty-sixth con gresses, the first two being democratic, while the Fifty-sixth was republican. If it can be brought up for consideration there is no question that it will pass the house of representatives again, notwith standing the fact that this congress is republican. The sentiment in favor of the popular election of United States senators is overwh...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 February 1902

fpfnfr.m4itm WUirtWWMM IT- tr The Commoner. c-:: palgn of 1000 various suggestions wore -toeard to the effect tlint wo should have a chairman who could approach the men of -wealth and secure tholr contributions. Tho democrats who are Inter ested In good government more than they are In holding ofllco or In tho distribution of patronage, might as well know that tho failure of tho demo cratic party to secure largo contributions from rich mon and corporations Is duo solely to the fact that tho democratic party during the last two cam paigns has refused to mortgage Itself to those who Book to use tho government for private gain. It Is now known that the democrats had more than half a million dollars to spond In tho state of Now York In 1892, and that ono trust contributed ono hundred and sovonty-flvo thousand dollars to the fund. As a result of tho contributions made by corporations in that campaign tho administra tion which followed became tho pliant tool of "predatory woalth," and bec...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 February 1902

The Commoner. f . I ' - ' f 3 , ) healthy popular growth. Sometime In- the dim . future it may be that all the English-speaking peoples will be able to unite in some kind of confederacy. However desirable this would be, it is, under existing circumstances, only a iream. At present, the only hope for a colony that wishes to attain full moral and mental h growth, is to become an independent state, h or part of an independent state. No English colony now stands on a footing of genuine equality with the parent state. As long as the Canadian remains a colonist, he remains in a Er position which is distinctly inferior to that of his cousins, both in England and in the United States. The Englishman looks down on the Canadian, as ho does on" any one who admits his Inferiority, and quite properly, too. , Under the best of circumstances, therefore, a colony Is in a false position, but if the colony is in a region where the colonizing race has to do its work by means of other inferior races th...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 February 1902

itnr. Tlffl ", ,.IsH'Mt' vf M J.-. - -' The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Ijntercd nt the posloffjcc nt I,lucoln, Nebraska, ns second clnsi mail nmltcr, TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. OneYeur $1.00 SIxHontlis 50c Three Jlontlifl 35c Single Copy 5c Samplo Copies Free. SUBSCRIPTIONS enn he sent direct to The Commoner. They cnti nleo kc rent through newspapers which linvc advertised a cluhhing into, or through local agents where such agents have Iccn arrointcd. All remittances hliould he ecnt by postofltce order, txpiCES otdcr or hy lank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not rend individual check?, stamps, or money. RENEWALS, The date on your wrapper shows when ycur fultcription will expire. Thus, Jan. 02 mows that pay ment ran Iccn received to and Including the last issue of Jan itaiy, $02, Two weeks are required after money is received be foic the date of the wrapper can be changed. CHANCE OF ADDRESS.-Subscribcrs requesting n change in ndi'ius intiftl give the OLD as well as the NI'.W address. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 February 1902

WP General Kitchener has authorized one Vllonel, who claims to be a Boer, to raise a corps of men to fight his countrymen. It Is Kitchener now in order for the British gov vindicates ernment to withdraw its ob Lynch. jection to the Installation of Col onel Arthur Lynch, the Irish man, who, while serving as a Boer colonel, was. elected to parliament. If Vilonel has a right to lead a force of men against his countrymen, why may not an Irishman like Lynch lead, a force of men who are struggling for liberty and for home? And if the people who elected Lynch are to bo condemned for their choice, what shall' be said of Kitchener who encourages a Boer to fight against his own people? SS Does Roosevelt Endorse Schurman? General Wheaton is reported to have said that ir the Philippines men have been sent' to prison for such remarks as were made by Mr. Jacob Schurman in his' Boston speech. Mr. Schurman replies to General Wheaton with the statement that if this be true, "it is the saddest and mo...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 February 1902

i"W The Commoner. 6 I Whether Common or Not. I 'rS M THE MEN FROM OVER YONDER, ,J In Operetta Founded on Facts. i' CHARACTERS Nit n Tint Bkvkn Tjmhs, nson of his mother, King of Great Britain. Jay CuoMMilUAiN, n wise one, Who knows how to make n ninrket for War Goods. IlicitAitL MiCKS-HKACH, who has to Raise the Money nnd Manufacture Uxcuses. KiiciiUNiiiM, Officer in the Koynl Guards nnd Cnble Expert to the Throne. Writeraw I.cads, Representative of n Friendly Power (too friendly). WKNititAL G1L8ON, nnothcr Repicscntative, Slightly Sccondnry but still prominent. Chaku'.y Okiuion, nnothcr Representative; knows better but can't help it. Villaobup, Taxpayers, Truiupctcra, Sight-seers, Toadies, Cockneys, Uast Indians, Aus trnllnns, Cnnndinns, New Zcalandcrs, Roynl l'luukics, American Flunkies, Bradlcy Mai tins, Vandcrbilts, Astors, Etc. , nnd Jouv Shotk, Royal Jester and Tun Maker by courtesy of Uncle Samuel. SPASM ONE. Enter villagers, taxpayers, trumpeters, sightseers, toadies, cockne...

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

W"M a m: ... m Commoner. 7 r Whether Common or Not ftfii 7 Thinks, awfully, deali .boy.,. .... writeraw Leads , (advancing to , throne) Most gracious majesty, per mit me to , ,-Ned the .7 Who's this duffer with the , pads on his calves ' turned the wrong way? tjbey Shote Great Scott, your majesty! That's the noted. "Writeraw Leads, the man who foundered the paper that Greeley founded. He's one uj.uur auurecutea representatives. Ned the .7 Aw, pa'jdon me. Glad to meet you, I'm sure. - Writeraw 'Leads Thanks, your ma jesty. I have come on behalf of our .people to extend to you our heartfelt sympathy I mean our congratulations'. We're sorry we treated your royal an cestor, George the Three, so badly. We see where we were mistaken, and we want to make amends. , Ned the 7 Don't mention it. Charley Oregon (aside) If some . body don't hold me I'll start something right here. Writeraw Leads But I insist. We'll even pay for that tea if you say so. Micks-Heach Good! Wish you would. We need th...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 February 1902

fm"riir T--y -r --.-.. znamsxi' 'WWMJWe,MImll '"'" firilrftl The Commoner. 8 The Home Department. Mil II I II n J ' ill Recessional. 1)7 Jlmlyard Kipling. God of our fathors, known of old, Lord of our far-flung battlo-llno, Beneath whose awful hand wo hold Dominion over palm and pine Lord God of Hosts, bo with us yet, Lest wo forget lost wo forgot! Tho tumult and tho shouting dies; Tho captains and tho kings depart: Still stands thino ancient sacrifice, An humblo and a contrite heart. Lord God of Hosts, bo with us yet, Lest wo forgot lest wo forgot! Far-called, our navies melt away; On duno and headland sinks tho Are; Lo, all our pomp of yesterday Is ono with Ninovoh and Tyro! Judgo of tho nations, sparo us yet, Lest wo forgot lest wo forget! If, drunk with tho sight of power, we looso Wild tongues that have not thee In boasting as tho Gentiles use, Or lessor breeds without tho Law Lord God of Hosts, bo with us yet, Lest wo forgot lest wo forget! For heathen heart that puts her trus...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 February 1902

r - - jr The Commoner. 9 f ; ' - ; - - - - - - " & FORUM OF THE WEEKLY PRESS &. . ' ' L Yukon (0. T.) Sun: This republic can do more good by petting a wise ex ample than by trying to revolutionize the world by force. , Versailles (Mo.) Loader: There is no goldbugism in the Leader's make--up. It Is strictly democratic and stands by democratic administrations. Hempstead (Tex.) News: It seems that the democrats In the present con gress, are not in entire harmony. That's the way, boys, split up, divide your strength, do nothing and play into the hands of the republicans. Pineville (Mo.) Democrat: Demo crats in congress should insist upon a record vote being taken upon any proposition to appropriate money to send any special American represen tative to the coronation of the British king; it will be useful to the voters next November. Rogers (Tex.) News: What busi ness has this country to participate In the coronation of King Edward? Is not the very existence of our republic a pro...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 February 1902

':W'?r&fPi 'WwwMWZfV r llt i-lSs The Commoner 10 r MfJiT ifi Weekly News Sunimary Tho amount of eold In the treasury Friday, January 31, wa3 $515,830,805. It Is announced thta Sanford B. Dole, governor of IlawII, has been asked to jroBlgn. Ex-Congressman Chas. F. Spragtio of .Massachusetts died at Providence, R. j,, January 30. Franco has adopted a bill limiting iho period of dally labor in tho mines to eight hours. Rov. Daniol S. Bradley of Grand Rapids, Mich., has been selocted presi dent of Iowa collego at Grlnnell. A bill to increase tho salaries of fed eral Judges has boon reported favor ably by tho sonato committee on ju .diciary. Tho United States Philippine com mission has appropriated $5,000 for tho Improvement of tho harbor of jlloilo. It Is stated that President Kruger will probably start upon an American itour In April. This report has not jboen confirmed. Tho second trial of "Jim" Howard of Frankfort, Ky., for tho murder of Gov ernor Goebol, resulted In a sentence o...

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