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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 March 1902

w"!r'?nff"wiiFw mff" Ml March 14, ipoa The Commoner. ii fdHW'fr1 tjt i fi TEHMYSFREE TRIAL aiivitvu . vm vzujl-iCB. 1YB SUIT) OTJ RPProvHl without a -cent drposit, 1902 MODELS, $9 to $15 all makes and models, good as now S3 to 8. Groat Factory Clearing Sale. J?f0V? AGENTS WANTED tons. MUUttiapU. rnbl7teftmketnonjdiittlbiitlac otillon. Writ, tt ansa far nrlsu A innnlnl rc. . memo rate CO. iCu Forum of the Weekly Press. w HPWmnimmgSBBM on anv vehicln wn rnntrn Vmm t n Jlko it, return it if j'ou dlsliko it. Wo ave juuuwuwuuu joueurpronra, it VOU Wnrit wujuw iuuru bvxju lor our free SBnd annua IcatalomiB. KALAMAZOO CARRIAGE & HARNESS MFB. COMPANY, JYMr of At Fret Trial PUn. Lstatlon 73, Kalamazso, Michigan. Best in (he Wrlcl. None so low in price. Larsest illustrated soea cataioguo ever pnntea, FKKB. En- Braving or every vanocy. frico only l cent per nksr. and ud. A lot of oxtrn packages, raro sorts, presented FREE' with every order. Send name and address by card or letter. lR. H. S...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 14 March 1902

munn jwbjugyki Jfif t"!TrrTS ""KfWJf ff ' jvw'W 1-"-'(CrpT The Commoner. Vol. a, No. 8 " 12 ntaMHMVv I WEAK EYES BEWARE OF BLINDNESS Dr. Ornn Qnenl, tho notnd ClnlonRoQauliHttby IiIm wonder fill OUaolvontTroulmoHf ounn OatHrBOtftiHciimft, film, white HpnU rtn tho eye; OrHHHlulod Lid, Wcnk nnd Hare Kyc. -pllo Nnrvo Dlnrauiin una nil other Online. r lllhidncM WITHOUT TUB KNIFK. Wrltonml loll him about your ejro trotiblo nnd ho will ndrliw iwndyou VUK& UV oIlAKMK, iilnmnvIlltiHtratnd Hook. It In full nf Intnrnatlnir nnd vnlunltln Information and Testimonial! of hundrodfi of romark atilnnurnn. OHO.xH KYK8 AKR OTJREt) fay Dr. Onnaf, without tho knlfti or pain. Dr, Onenl in America h lending ntioalnllnt. AddroM OKKN ONKAI,, AJ.J6nlUi2l. CnrliornHI.,lhleato. In Olden Days raon wero broken on tho wLcol, now thoy buy Eleoirlo Stoel Wheels, nnd wWo nionoy. Tboy fit nny wagon. Mndo with oltlior stag gorod or straight Bpokea. Lotus toll you how to nioko n low down wnpon with any Biro vrlioo...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 March 1902

The Commoner WILLIAn J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, Vol. 2. No. 9. Lincoln, Nebraska, March 21, 1902. Whole No. 61 THE DEATH OF JOHN P. ALTGELD. The death of Hon. John P. Altgeld removes from political life one of the most distinguished and influential of America's private citizens. As he was concluding an eloquent plea for the Boers, in a speech delivered at Joliet, 111., Tuesday night, March 11, he was overcome by a stroke ofc paralysis and died early next morning. Tho sor row manifested at his demise was deep and wide spread. His body lay in state in the hall of the public library at Chicago and during Saturday and tho forenoon of Sunday many thousands passed by the flower-covered casket that contained his re mains. Brief funeral services were conducted at his residence by Rev. Frank Crane, followed by an address, by his law partner, Mr. Clarence Darrow. At 11 o'clock Sunday the body was conveyed to Graceland cemetery, attended by Governor Yates, the city and county officials, ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 March 1902

lapr m''rmmii ?5Jj5J5 ? tst! w",u;T,,'r trust, with turning tho party organization over to Wall street and with using tho patronago at his disposal to punish loyal democrats and to re ward rocreant ones. Tho charge was prcforred be fore tho rank and file of tho party and ho was con demned by tho largest jury that over sat upon a case. Tho sentence was comploto and six millions and a half of voters supported tho platform which repudiated his financial policy while only ono hundred and thirty thousand supported tho ticket that received the nominal support of his admin istration. When tho election was over ho made a speech nt a high-priced banquet and boasted of his part in tho republican victory. If wo could punish tho betrayal of political confidence as wo do tho em bezzlement of public money ho would bo receiving tho limit of tho law, but Instead of seeking for giveness for tho wrongs done by him to his party, ho nurses his resentment and waits impatiently for tho party to apologize...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 March 1902

March 21, I063 3 The Commoner. ting her sovereignty recognized everywhere, we can speculato upon the duration of the enforced silence for which General Funston asks. No nation ever welcomed a foreign master and no ono can estimate how long It will take to subdue those who love liberty better than life. Neither can any ono tell how often the fight must bo renewed. If criticism is not to be tolerated while the war is in progress, is it to be tolerated when, though the war is over, it is likely to stir up another insurrec tion? General Funston is sensible enough to see and frank enough to admit that free speech is in consistent with the doctrine of empire. When President Schurman made his recent speech in Boston, General Wheaton at once announced that the distinguished educator would not be permitted to make such a speech in the Philippines, but General Funston is even more radical. He says: "There are many men in the United States who did more with their mouths and minds to aid the in...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 March 1902

TTflfW" " T. - 4 nKMMMH m m if W9& The Commoner. ISSOBD WfiEKLY. Entered nt the postofliccnt I,lncoln, Nebraska, as second clnsH lunil matter, TORAIS-PAYABLB IN ADVANCE. One Year $1,00 lx riontha.... 50c Three riontlia. Single Copy.., 35c . 5C Snniplc Copies Free. SUBSCRIPTIONS enn be scut direct to The Commoner. They rnn nlro l:c rent (hronnh ncwspnpcrfl which have advertised n chilling into, or through Iccnl ngents where such ngents have t ceil appointed. All icniitlnncefl uhould LcHcnthy postofltce ctt!cr, experfiorder or ly tr.nk draft on New York or Chicago. To not tend individual check;, stamps, or money. RUNUWALS, The date 011 your wrnppcr shows when ycur nitecription will expire. TImip, Jan. 02 mentis that pay ment has teen icceivcd to and including the last issue of Jan very, 150?. Two wreks arc required after money is received be foic the date of the wrapper can be changed. CIIANaii OF AUDRBSS.-Snhecribcr.s requesting a change in r.ddms must give the 01, D as well as t...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 March 1902

pjyw 'wff&W The Commoner. riarch al, 190a "" The capture of Methuen and his forces was, Indeed, a great victory. It would be well if the , British ministry would consent to a settlement of this war be fore more precious blood on both sides has been shed. But it cannot be expected that the British ministry will consent to peace, and in that view we think it safe to Bay that the overwhelm ing majority of the American people will be de lighted to learn of Boer victories even greater than that won over the forces under Methuen. Great Victory for the Boer5. VWN In his speech on the ship subsidy bill, Mr. Hanna says: "Personal contact is what brings results." The Chicago News Matter oi takes this as a text for an in- "Pcrsotmi structive cartoon. Uncle Sam is Contact." represented in the foreground holding up his hands while the beneficiaries of the ship subsidy are represented by a person very much resembling Mr. Hanna whose hand is rakingv in the shekels from Uncle Sam's pocket into ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 March 1902

. jmm i i mini i'" ii- ft The Commoner. .Vol. 2, No. 9 g Weekly Press Forum. 4 4 . ' v-ti y T- T v . JV Ut. V "v jTS. JT l il IT . 1 - diL -i7J..,J fTL.TA--J ' .,.. .--...,..,.,,,,5..,. iywfxtri n uccum1? nty prisons -sA jB&n from clcalta clreacj Bonclsl frtjecl ' JCte who ctvie. To Tedi rnc UatI n "! " : To Tea en cnc) lecxcl uZ I f f - I 1 -p V - fcWlo rom dealh oloorn hs rHd" V. -W. " . 17 r I 1 I 'I ooncl Jfrprap! Cfell The Slo'ry vJJinT i-?nsen, jSonof lqrj ? Jjjdr te fcUs It be lb fire rincnno"' . .. : . .j r . s 1 IS nrcMSe l Sm.vh.M . . . - - 'c -c In J ! Tht'iU l'"- vvviiv.1 jli- )itnc n Tinoirio' TntTomb is rolled "The stone l l p " in "w n .-vws v CZi -icL iomcu 1 rife si one .j ' UtrlVu worW J)U- love "Jes wnJJno .-.; 4fe?drdon Tor cur ,m',fxTtnJmn ' " ' -' &&?. 1 ' j' i 1 1 . r iLL. .' " k 1 . ,5ltih' .. Is 'we kneel be ore Jli throne - ' U& -i f U f T' and. bloommo flowe"r Wn -ls Wondrous 'nowen .. 1 -Jt. 'V" '! .'"iVvdnouisKeJ ; life a b id m r 1 - 1 ....

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

The Commoner. March 2l, 190a THE NORTHERN SECURITIES TEST. This is the bill of equity nicd in the United States circuit court for the district of Minnesota by the govern ment to teL'l the validity of the North ern Securities merger and asking for a permanent injunction against the Northern Securities company and Northern Pacific and Great Northern railrcads from further operations un do the merger. In the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Minnesota The United States of America, Complainant, vs. Northern Securi ties Company, the Great Northern Railway Company, the Northern Pa cific Railway Company, and Others, ' Defendants. PETITION. To the Judges of the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Minnesota: Now comes the United States of America, by Milton D. Purdy, the United States attorney for the district of Minnesota, acting under direction of the-attorney general of the United States, and brings this its proceeding by way of petition against the...

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 March 1902

v The Commoner. 8 Vol. a, No. 9 The Home Department. Oft in the Stilly Night. Oft in tho stilly night, Ero slumber's chain has bound mo, Fond momory brings tho light Of other days nround mo: Tho smiles, tho tears, Of boyhood's years, Tho words of love then spoken; Tho oyes that shone, Now dimmed and gono, Tho cheerful hearts now broken. Thus In tho stilly night, Bro slumbor's chain 1ms bound me, Sad memory brings tho light' Of other days around mo. Whon I remember all Tho friends so linked together I'vo seon around mo fall, Like leaves in wintry weather, I feel liko ono Who treads alono Somo brtnquet hall deserted, Whoso lights aro iled, Whoso gurlands doad, And all but ho departed. Thus In tho stilly night, Bro slumbor'3 chain has bound me, Sad momory brings the light Of other days around me. Thomas Mooro. Ue Patient With tho Boys. I have a profound respect for" boys. Grimy, ragged, tousled boys in tho stroot often attract me strangoly. A boy is a man in the cocoon you do not know ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 March 1902

PWW 4 ' i A 8. "March 21, 1902 The Commoner. 9 m V"V,"1Jfl'W H' t-" ''"-"Wfrxli?" Weekly News Summary BisLop Spaulding of tlio Episcopal church at Denver, Colo., died at the home of his son in Erie, Pa at the age of $5 years. The dispute between Germany and Venezuela is nearing a settlement. Venezuela has apparently yielded to Germany's demands. A military prison has been estab lished .on Pulo Maligi island in the Philippines, according to recent re ports from those islands. In a dispatch under date of Shang hai, the correspondent of the London Standard announces the probability of a war between Coreaand Japan. Dr. Francisco de Paula Roduguez Alves has been elected as president of the republic of Brazil, S. A., and will be inaugurated for a four years' term on November 15. The great strike of freight handlers and kindred trades was broken in Boston March 13. Fully 20,000 men who have been idle for four days, are now at work again. C. A. Pearson, the London pub " lisher, has offered ...

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 March 1902

fit". V V -rv-T4"T-',T 10 The Commoner. Vol. 2, No. 9,. The Northern Securities Test; (Continued from Pago Eight.) common rights, and In violation of tlio act of congress of July 2. 1890, on tltlod, "An act to protect trade and commorco against unlawful restraints and monopolies." IX. If tho dofondant, the Northern Se curities company, has not acquired a largo majority of tho capital stock of tho dofondant, - tho Great Northern Hallway company, It Is hocauso tho In dividual dofondants named, and their" associates in tho combination or con spiracy charged in this potltion, or somo of thorn, slnco it becamo appar- ont that tho legality of their corporato dovico for tho merger of tho stock of compotlng railway companies, through tho instrumentality of a cen tral or holding corporation, would bo assailed In tho courts, havo purposely 'withhold, or caused to bo withheld, a largo amount of tho capital stock of said railway company from transfer for tho stock of tho Northern Securi ties co...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 March 1902

T March 21, 190a The Commoner, 11 In Olden Days men were broken on tho whoeL now tlioy buy Eteotrlo Steel Wheels. and save money. Thoy flt any wagon. Mado with either stnd;. cored or straight spokes. Lotus toll you how to mako a low down wo eon with any Biro wboel. any width tiro. Catalog tells. It'a froo. Electric Wheel Co., Box 238, Qulacy. U GINSENG ICKK HCHIATOR (O..SHIIICFIEID. OHIO. jimwhimbi m& mmthw tOR flfin "fused for loss iPtJUUU tuanonnncrobya Missouri man. Tho dried roots cnlH In iifc vnnt f $7 fYltMiit nAnmJ Thoprico has prndually increased for 25 years. Boots and Seeds for salo for Spring delivery Full instructions for its cultivation with each ordor. Writo for pamphlet tolling all about Gin long. Mcdowell ginseng gardens, Joplin, Misf ourl. Send si yesr aMrma andwewilltHewjow bewtosaakeOsda-y absolutely tare! we -. a at M ' - .1 II vae locality wnere you live, etna ui xolaln tho buiinen fully, remember ef S3 for every day's work.abiolotely lure. Write wm, EOIAIi ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 21 March 1902

i " ' STfT Nt y The Commoner. - Vol. 2, No. 9 12 ,9TV' k- The Northern Securities Test. (Continued from Pago Ten.) thorn, commanding them, and each of thorn, to appear herein and answer (but not under oath) the allegations contained In the foregoing petition, mid abido by and perform such order or decree as the court may malce In the promlsoa; and that, ponding tho fliwl hearing of this caso, a temporary restraining ordor may Issue enjoining tho defendants and tholr associates, and each of them, and tholr stockhold ers, directors, offlcors, ngonts, and ser vants as horoinboforo prayed. MILTON D. PURDY, Attorney of tho United States for tho District of Minnesota. PHI LANDER C. KNOX, Attorney General of 'the United States. JOHN K. RICHARDS, Solicitor General of the United States. Weekly News Summary. (Continued from Page 11.) gavo thorn free ship supplies. Now, hero they aro demanding subsidy, holding up their hands and bogging like mendicants for the tax money of tho peoplo to sustai...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 March 1902

!iJ. Commoner i WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 1 v kHHH. riR the Vol. 2. No. 10. Lincoln, Nebraska, March 28, 1902. Whole No. 62 THE HIPPING SUBSIDY BILL. On another page will be found the full text of the ship subsidy bill as it passed the senate, ex cept that a few amendments were accepted by the committee, the following being the most import ant ones: That contracts made under the act shall not extend beyond July 1, 1920; that not more than five million dollars shall be spent in mail sub sidies in any one year before July 1, 1907, and not more than eight millions in any year after that date; that congress reserves the right to amend or repeal the law; and that foreign-built ships shall not be subject to registry for the purpose of receiving subsidy. Several important amendments intended to protect the public were voted down. . It is gratifying to know that every democrat, populist and silver republican voted against the bill and scarcely less gratifying to note that si...

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

"fr", y atrprrr-'mrt' i ? i I f M i i elblllty please. Tho reorganize would recognize this If thoy really desired tho success of tho party, but thoy are so well pleased with most of tho republican policies that thoy would rathor con tlnuo thoso policies than help tho democratic party to overthrow thorn. JJJ A Recipe for Beauty. In anothor column will bo found an item taken from Reynold's Newspaper calling attention to tho moans which aro being employed to beautify thoso who are to attend tho coronation. Surgical operations may sometimes Improve tho appear anco and oxtornal treatment may sometimes con coal natural dofocts and ovldences of ago, but pity on thoso who havo nothing moro substantial to commond them than tint of skin or perfection of foaturo! Years aro not disgraceful if accompanied by wisdom and a kindly heart can glvo graco to wrinkles. It Is possiblo for tho mind to mould tho faco and it is no less truo that tho heart can givo oxprcssion to it. Tho person who thinks nee...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 March 1902

rr s" 3 -t .- A .'March. 28, 190a " tion fee, which covers all services during the year, there is no other fee unless for 'special work spe cially ordered. Wo will send you without expense literaturo showing the advantages and method of converting a private business into a corporation, and should bo pleased to submit a statement of the advantage of New Jersey to any specific company. In dealing with a trust company you secure the benefits of. minimum cost, expert attention and -responsibility. 'Let us hear from you, and we will be pleased to answer any question you may wish to ask, with out charge. -Yours faithfully for the company, JJJ At Fairview. The readers of The Commoner will pardon me -if I refer to an event of more than ordinary importance to the Bryan family, namely, the re moval to Fairview, on March 19. That name has been chosen for our suburban home, because an agricultural landscape of unsurpassed beauty stretches out from the knoll on which the house is being built. Th...

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

r"r'iCT!''''!,!?RWiWfW " The Commoner. 4 Vol. 2, No. 10 I The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. loitered nt the postofllccnt Lincoln, Nebraska, as second class mail tnntter,' TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. One Year $1.00 Slzrtontlia 50c Three riontlis 35c Single Copy 5c Sample Copies Prce. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Commoner. Tlicy enrt olro be tent through newspapers which have advertised a. dulling fate, or through local agents where such agents have Icen appointed. All remittances fhould Ic'fcntby postoflice order, cstprcfs order or ly 1 ank draft on New York or Chicago. 0 not fend individual checks, stamps, or money. 'RENEWALS, The date on your wrapper shows when ycur Hil;cHpUon will expire. Thus, Jan. 02 menus that pay ment has teen received to and including the last issue of Jan uary, 150. Twowreksorc required after money is received bc foic the date of the wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OF ADDRESS.-Subscribers requesting a change . lu fiddrtEs must give the OJD as well as the ...

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

"if tJPWiPwHSTw- rrw ilarchaS 190a Referring to the report that King Edward will give a dinner to half a million poor persons in London as a feature of the cele- strikingth bration following the coronation the Nail ceremonies, the New York on tho Head. World hits the nail on the head when it says: "After tho pageant and tho rejoicing are over it might he well tor the Icing to give serious consideration, if he is capable of it, to the question why there are 500,000 persons in London so poor as to be glad of a dinner from the royal bounty." VSS Where la tho Recompense? No one will sympathize with Terrence V. Powderly in his dismissal from the position of tho commissioner general of immi gration. Mr. Powderly's accept ance of that position was a dis appointment to many men who had come to admire him because they believed him to be a true friend of the labor ing men. And now that he has been thrown over board by the politicians to whom he can no longer render substantial service, he fin...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 28 March 1902

- -rrtrjwWjl 6 The Commoner Vol. 2, No. 10. 1, II m m c Whether Common or Not. M- 3 si 3 'wwwwww T'dorc's Soliloquy. To Bond, or not to sond that Is tho question. Whothor it Ih host to put off tho junket That I havo all framed up for Edward Seven, Or toll tho common scrubs to get them hence, Or by opposing end thorn abor nit But Will thoy do It, or do mo, and by their votes Confound mo? But Edward Itox; ho bids us como, And woar court dress that is a consummation Dovoutly to bo wishod. To bow, kow tow, In knickers, too: Aye, that's tho stuff; But in that royal splurge defeat may como Wlion wo lino up in nineteen hundred four, And call a halt. That's whore I fear Calamity may Bwat mo in tho neck; For who would stand tho snub of honest votes, Tho people's wrath that ho who has opprest Qots all my love and all of Hay's delays; Poor strenuous mo, I'm in a fix; I want to treat his Highness right, But fear mo folks will my quietus mako, With clouds of votes upon election day. I grunt and ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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