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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 February 1902

m a The Commoner. February ai, 190a 1 . FORUM OF THE WEEKLY PRESS . . Anna (111.) Democrat: The Boers do not know when they get enough. I The British know, but they can't let go. Hamilton (Tex.) Rustler: There Is no middle of the road. It is a fight between republicans who believe in imperialism and democrats who be lieve In a republic. Vincennes (Ind.) Sun: The repub lican party is a party of trusts. It fostered the rise and growth of trusts and has been kept in power by the powerful financial aid of trusts and corporations. Woodsfield (O.) Spirit of Democracy: General Wheaton says that we will need fifty thousand soldiers in the Philippines for at least five years. "Benevolent assimilation" comes high, but "The Man with the Hoe" pays for it all. West Union (0.) Defender: The older 4we grow the. more apparent it' becomes that the trusts and the re publican leaders' are -working liahd in hand. The people can hope for no relief from this great evil as long as that party is in power. ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 February 1902

- -, .T-i-JKsajBpsnr The Commoner. 8 Vol. 2, No.jj The Home Department. The Ulucand the Gray. (Dy Francis Mllos Fincli.) By the flow of the inland river, When tho fleets of iron havo fled, Where tho blades of tho grave-grass ' quiver, Asleep are tho ranks of tho dead; Under tho sod and tho dew, "Waiting tho Judgment Day; Undo'r tho one, tho Blue; Under tho othor, tho Gray. Theso in tho robings of glory, Those in tho gloom of defeat, All with tho battlo-blood gory, In tho dusk of otemity meet; Under tho sod and tho dew, Waiting tho Judgment Day; Under tho laurel, the Blue; Under tho willow, tho Gray. From tho silenco of sorrowful hourn The desolate mourners go, Lovingly laden with flowers Alike for tho friend and the foe; Under tho sod and the dew, Waiting tho Judgment Day; Undor tho roses, tho Blue; Under tho lilies, tho Gray. So with an equal splendor Tho morning sun-rays fall, With a touch Impartially tender, On tho blossoms blooming for all; Under tho sod and tho dow, Waiting tho...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 February 1902

"W The Commoner. February 21, 190a 9 Home Department (Continued from Page Eight.) poise, mental and physical, which comes of looking life and its capabili ties, its duties, its delights, square in the face. She has discarded tlie petty measures of vanity and self-seeking and learns to love her race, her country, and the humanity which she helps to adorn. She is glad to live while she can serve, and she will continue to serve with dignity and grace until the final, sweet dismissal". We will take it for granted that by this time she has come into that best dowry that a woman can have, mar riage and maternity. One awakens, transforms, elevates. The other teaches all lessons and especially un selfishness. Laura B. Allan, in the Brown Book. Irish Lullaby. (Alfred Percival Graves.) I'd rock my own sweet childie to rest in a cradle of gold on a bough of the willow, To the shoheen ho of the wind of the west and the lulla lo of the salt sea billow. ' Sleep, baby dear, Sleep without fear; Mot...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 February 1902

y -ryr !$&' ?v The Commoner. Vol. 2, No. 5, 10 Ifc Weekly. News Stimmary A dispatch from Venezuela reports that tho rovolutlon against President Onstro is gaining ground visibly. Tho Marquis of Dufferin, formerly governor-goncral of Canada, died nt his resideneo in Ireland, February 12. Tho birthday of Abraham Lincoln, Fobruary 12, was vory generally ob served throughout tho United States. A dispatch from Berlin says that it is proposed to widen tho Kiel canal, as It has already reached its traffic capacity. It Is stated that the Italian govern ment has appropriated 30,000 pounds for tho purchase of an embassy in Washington. Tho son of President Roosovolt, who has been uoiiously 111 at Groton, Mass., whore ho attondod school, Is on the road to rocovcry. It is stated that since 1883, tho Unitod States government has expend ed closo to $150,000,000 in the construc tion of its navy. Tho contonary of tho birth of Victor Hugo will bo colobrated in Paris with great brilliancy. A monum...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 February 1902

February 31,190c The Commoner. 11 Bailey on Judicial Salaries. ' The following extract from Senator Bailey's speech on the bill to increase the salaries of the supreme court judges presents several points which are well worthy of consideration: I must assume that when the senate voted down the proposition to increase the salaries of its own members and the members of the house of represen tatives it did so because it believed that tie members of this body and of the other house are not entitled to an increase in their compensation. I know there are some men uncharitable enough to say that they voted it down because they feared to do what was right when the right happened to be In their own interest. I, myself, am not at liberty to assume such a fact, and I conclude that it was the senate's deliberate judgment that the present GREAT CATTLE COUNTRY. Holt county, Nebraska, produces more hay than any other county in the United States. Hay, farm and grazing lands are still cheap. Excur s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 February 1902

'j ...r-,wr.y mmmmmvmmif 12 The Commoner. Vol. a, No, 5 tar Iff. 0 e Bf rn m w lr I.V Ui MUWlHWV .. p.- mS . y frnWiBi ii i ii -iii . it .. , . i3 l rm The Commoner The Commoner The Commoner With any one of the periodicals named in .this para paragraph, both one year for $1.65: Springfield Re publican, weekly Success, monthly Cosmopolitan, monthly. With any one of the periodicals named in this para graph, both one year for $1.00: Farm and Hoine, S0w monthly Farm, Stock and Home, semi-monthly Home and Farm, semi-monthly Missouri Valley Farmer, monthly Indianapolis Sentinel, weekly The Feather , and Farmer, montlil, 50c The Western Poultry llC GOOlttlOllCr News, monihL ,25c. w n j i i n 7 7 With any one of the periodicals named' (m this para TTh CommOllCr ' grajDh, both one year for $2.75: Beview of Reviews, r monthly Arena, monthly. With any one of the periodicals named in this para graph, both one year for $1.35: New York World, VUp, C itrtmin&f thrice-a-week; Atlanta Constituti...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 February 1902

' I, The Commoner. rr i r ' i 1 ! 1 WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 2i No. 6. Lincoln, Nebraska, February 28, 1902; Whole No. 58 To the Editors of the United States. . In The Commoner of February 21, 1 called attention to the fact that the House of Eepresentatives had for the foiwth time passed a resolution proposing a constitutional amendment providing for the election of United States Senators by a direct vote of the people. All readers of The Commoner were aslted to write to their senators urging them to support the resolu tion. The Commoner has a circulation of 100,000 and a still larger number of readers, but these constitute but a small frac tion of the people of the United States, and this reform is one that appeals to all tlie people. All editors who desire the sub mission of this amendment and a large majority of. the editors, republican as well as democratic and populist, desire it are invited to make a similar request of their readers. The sentiment in favo...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 February 1902

WafT publican organ that donouncpd tljo Chicago plat form because of Its plank rcla.ting to this very point. In that platform it was said, "Wo especially object to govornmont by injunction as a now and highly dangorous form of oppression by which fedoral Judges In contempt of the laws of tho states and rights of citlzons, become at onco lcg . iHlators, Judges, and oxecutionors." And yet It has not boon forgotton that tho supporters of tho Chi cago platform wore denounced as "anarchists" be causo of their position on tho injunction question. What difference is thoro between tho arraign ment of tho Injunction by this republican news paper and tho arraignment of tho Injunction by tho Chicago platform? TImo and oxperionco aro vindicating anothor plank of tho much-abused Chi cago platform. JJJ The Figure on the Bridge. Mr. Roosovolt's decision in tho Schley caso will not oporato to tho disadvantage of tho ad miral In tho estimation of tho American people. Tho people havo becomo qulto acc...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 February 1902

February 281 190a r may be to Englishmen who are "whistling through the graveyard," can any intelligent man doubt that the truth of the situation in South Africa is heing concealed from the English taxpayers? Roosevelt oh 'Self Government. One of the most interesting chapters in "The Winning of thb West," a work written by Theodore -Roosevelt, relates to the Louisiana Purchase. On page 217, volume 4, of this work, Author Roose yelt said: The Joffersonians believed in the acquisi tion of territory in the west and the federal ists did not. The Jeffersonians believed that the westerners should be allowed to govern themselves precisely as other citizens of the United States did, and should be given their full share in the management of national af fairs. Too many federalists failed to see that these positions were the only proper ones to take. In consequence, notwithstanding all . their manifold shortcomings, the Jeffersonians, and not the federalists, were those to whom the west owed t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 February 1902

T.jrTW9W "-!," ' ' 1 The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Ktitered nt the postoflice nt 1,1 n coin, Nebraska, as second dais mail matter, . TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. OneVear $1,00 Slxlontha.... 50c Three nontlia. Single Copy.., 35c . 5C Sample Copies Pree. SUBSCRIPTIONS enn be gent direct to The Commoner. They can also be tent through newspapers which have advertised a clubbing rate, or through local agents where such agents have I een appointed. All remittances should be cent by postoflice eider, exprefs order or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Co not fend individual checks, stamps, or money. RENEWALS, The date on your wrapper shows when jctii Eulecriptiou will expire. Thus, Jnn.4oa menus that pay went has lecu received to and including the last issue of Jan uary, 190?. Two weeks ore rcquircdoftcr money is received be foie the date of the wrapper can be changed. CHANOE OF ADDRESS.-Subscribcrs requesting a change iu sderets mutt give the CID as w ell as the NKW address. ADVERTISING ro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 February 1902

?t 5 February 28, 190a . A wealthy woman in Chicago offered to Mrs. Uary Carlyle, a washerwoman, the sum of $5,000 if Mrs. Carlyle would give her seven-year-old son to the wom an of wealth. Mrs. Carlyle in dignantly declined the offer, and now ' some newspaper para graphed are referring to the Chicago, washer woman as a heroine. In refusing to part with her beloved for gold, Mrs. Carlyle showed herself to he a real mother and all real mothers are heroines. All Real Mothers are Heroines. A newspaper dispatch says: "Senator Patter eon of Colorado has also defied the tradition which decrees that a senator must not An make a speech for two years Absurd after his installation. As a mem- Tradition. her of the committee on Phil ippines the Colorado senator has become an important factor in the debato upon Senator Lodge's bill, and his incisive, schol arly method of speaking has won for him a great deal of admiration." Senator Patterson did well in defying this absurd tradition, not only be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 February 1902

"T5 rrrT1 a ' The Commoner. 6 Vol. a, No. 6 MMMMMMmMwmiMmmMmmmtwmMmmMMto Whether Common or Not. 2 Whlto'flW and Eihyarcl. Whitclaw Rold is getting roady to affix tho crown on Eddio so 'twill sit and balanco steady like upon .tho branching trcetop sits tho monkey. And ho'll wear cuto Bword and knlok ors, while across tho king's face flickers sundry grins and smiles and snickors at tho sight of Whltel'iw as ho plays tho flunkoy. Iloid has framed his little spieling flt and ready for tho reeling, with a wealth of tender fooling, to ask pardon for what Washington was bent on Whon ho hurled tho Continontals In tholr ragged roglmontate 'gainst tho British lino of sent'nnls at tho Cowpons, Saratoga Heights and Trenton. With a graceful genuflection, and an air of deep dejection, ho will say v that since reflection wo arc sorry that wo flogged King Ocorgo so soundly. Ho will say, with features glowing, that since seed of empire sowing wo'vo decided that we'ro owing Ed apology for having lash...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 February 1902

February 28, 190a The Commoner 7 i frwjwW'm ,:jS FORUM OF THE WEEKLY PRESS ' , t' 41 Nebraska City (Neb.) News: "Co lonialism" may not sound as bad as "imperialism," but it is just as un American. Staunton (Va.) Spectator: Our de parted friends, the gold bugs, are bur nishing their wings in the hope of an early flight into official paradise. Albert Lea (Minn.) Standard: Lib erty, freedom, independence and self government are becoming lost words among , republican newspapers and statesmen. Lewiston (111.) News: The worship of r;.nk should never be an American's failing; it is; nevertheless, and that trait alone sinks them to the level of those they strive to imitate. Covington (Tenn.) Record: The democratic party has no right -to exist unless it has principles to live for. It 'is because it has principles that the republicans qng goldbiigs hate it. ;-.Keyser ("W Va.) 'Tribune: When Mr. Roosevelt declared that he wouU .carry 6u,t the policy of Mr. -McKinley ha evidently had reference ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 February 1902

-fWl 7 mi The Commoner. Vol. a, No; 6 8 I The Home Department. ' m b fr Dad's Way. Just bocauso ho says: "God bless 'em, They wore made to make a nolso!" Pooplo say that dad's peculiar In his bringing up of boys. "Thoy don't undorstand boy nature, That's tho trouble!" dad, says ho. "Jtackon that thoy'vo qulto forgotten All about tho used-to-bc. "Whon my boys break loose and hollor I break looso and hollor, too, Just to show they do no dlfforent From tho way wo used to do. Whon thoy waut to go a-swlmmlng, I And tlmo to go along; Show 'om how to dlvo and sldo-stroko, What Is right and what is wrong. "Tako 'era Ashing and out hunting, Join 'em in a gamo of ball, Teach 'em how to And tho muskrat And to know tho plover's call. Laugh at all their triAing mishaps, Lot them laugh In turn at me; Take their 'dares' from jumping fences Round to shinning up a tree. "So wo'ro jolly boon companions, BoBtoclums my boys and me. Qcilu' between ub can't bo brokon; Triple-woven!" dad, says he. "Bettor...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 February 1902

'"r,jF February 28, 190a The Commoner. 9 Gage's Rockefeller Deal. Early in the year; ..the World once again demonstrated, the moral force, the power for good, of a great, free, and fearless newspaper in the smash ing of the secret compact between the administration at Washington and the Standard Oil crowd, by which rJl the government receipts from internal rev enue taxes were to bo "pooled" in the vaults of the National City bank of New York, known as the Standard Oil bank, for distribution to the gov ernment depositories. Under the contract more than $1, 000,000 a day would flow into the fav ored bank, to be distributed as only it and a very few United States treas ury officials would know, the bank en joying the use of the money mean time. Secretary Gage announced this con tract for pooling the enormous re ceipts and their distribution by secret arrangement just before congress ad journed for the holidays. The next day the World attacked the scheme, turning the broad beams of the ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 February 1902

Vol. 2, No. 6; 10 Tne Commoner. kf r .- - - - . - - i ' "" , .Li" """" - , Weekly News Summary i A bill I'opoaling iho war rovonw; taxes was passed by tho senato Feb ruary 17. Itov. Nowman Hall, D. D a well known dlvlno, died In London, Feb ruary 18. t Fobruary 21 a flro broko out In a Now York liotol and It Is estimated that fifty lives woro lost. On Fobruary 17 tho senate ratified tho troaty with Donmark ceding to tho United States tho Danish West Indies. Reports received In London from dlfforont parts of Africa announce the discovery of rich finds of gold and coppor. Agonts of tho BrltlBh army havo pur chased 3,000 horses In tho west to be shipped to South Africa for use In tho British army. Socrotary of tho Navy Long has con firmed tho statomont that ho contom plates tendoring his resignation as a cabinet officer. Tho house commltteo on territories has roported favorably on tho bill for tho admission of Now Mexico, Arizona and Oklahoma as states. Rev. George Carter Needham died ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 February 1902

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 February 1902

KSEJff.a!iffr,f iaraw wMmm in"M ? 12" "? A Ijhe Commoner. Vol. 2, No. 6 " TV " "" i r-v tit- l.!l.. iYl r. KOOSCVCIIU UUVIBIUll (Continued from Pago 11.) ' tlmn boforo tho loop had begun,' but atill ahoad of any of tho American ves aolB, though further outsldo. . . Tho Brooklyn was ahead of tho other Amorlcan vcflHolg on a courso outsldo of tholra. Sho wap noarly broadsldo on tho Spaniards. Tho Oregon, Iowa and Toxas woro close together and llvoly ongaged throughout this run. Tho Brooklyn and Oregon, followed at some distance by tho Texas, contin ued In tho chaso of the Colon, which wont noarly thirty miles further bo foro sho wont ashore." If, aftor making this loop, tho Brook lyn was still ahoad of tho American vossols and was "nearly broadsldo on tho Spaniards" and If it was aftor tho loop that "tho Brooklyn and tho Orp gon, followed at somo distance by the Toxas, continued in tho chaso of tho Colon, which wont nearly thirty miles further boforo sho wont ashore," it scorns strang...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 7 March 1902

The Commoner. "i WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. -1j Vol. 2. No. 7. Lincoln, Nebraska, March 7, 1902. Whole No. 59 The Candidacy of Mr. Hill That v Familiar Ambiguity. The speech delivered by ex-Senator David B. Hill at the Manhattan club banquet in New York, February 22, may be accepted as a formal an nouncement of his candidacy before the next democratic national convention. He is certain that President Roosevelt will be the republican nominee, and Roosevelt is. a New York man. Ho is also certain that New York will be the battle ground, an, the inference is natural (though not necessary) that the democratic nominee should come from New York and is not Mr. Hill a Now York man? But in ordor that his candidacy might bo fairly started on its way he outlines' what he con siders a winning platform. It Is fortunate for the party that the distinguished New Yorker dis closes his plans early, although those who read the platform will observe that there is a familiar ambiguity abou...

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 March 1902

fr Volume a, No. 7; .jf It Mr. Hill's Aim and Intent. claro that "hard monoy" simply meant money tliat was hard to got. While Mr. Hill's monoy plank may mean anything or nothing so far as metallic monoy Is concorncd ho wants it understood that ho is "unalterably opposed to irredeemable paper monoy." As tho republican party does not advo cato "irrcdoomablo papor money," it is evident that Mr. Hill is not striking at tho republicans. Ho is simply trying to got oven with the populists who supported the democratic ticket when ho sulked and skulked. Ho can forgivo tho gold democrats who voted tho republican ticket and swallowed high tariff, Imperialism and tho trusts in order to keep tho Now York financiers In control of tho fcdoral treasury, but he Is not willing to forgivo the populists who woro patriotic onough to como to tho rcscuo of tho democratic party in its hour of need. Mr. Hill adds that if IF anything fur ther is nocessary on tho monoy question "a simple declaration in favor ...

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