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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 April 1902

The Commoner. April 18, ipoa ii RIDER IGEKTS WANTED I to rkie and exhibit sample blcycl. " ' ' 1902 MODELS, $9 10 $15 I9M and I9M MedelJ. Wfh srade, $7te Sit SO O 9mmmd-hntf Yth mm I m all make said model, good as bow $ to $8. Great Factory CUaHng 8ate. We 9 APPROVAL and 10 DAIS TRUIi telftoMt a cent In adtnnce. Earn a Bicycle distributing catalog. Write at onoe for net prices and unoclal v.?!"" MEAD OYOIE GO. SKoTul. IKSliTlKaP 'IJilifOllMMco? 'Our 0 etrsr compartment hatchers ,have advantages orer all other Incu bator. Ilantama at tfi. 19.60 and 815 f or Self a3Ei50. 100 and 900 ercr alzaa. Hitch avarv rood RKaUUaf(V Vr Band cnts for No. I catalogue. BUOKBXE IttOlXBATOll CO., Sjrlaf Icld, Okla. Our complete book telling all about this wondorful Glnsong will bo Bont FREE TO EVERY BODY sonrttae thoir narao and address to Chinese-American Ginseng Co., Joplln, Missouri. EHSEH& DO YOU SCRATCH? Itching Eczema, all skin diseases cured. I euro when physicians and patent medicines fail...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 April 1902

F7 W n The Commoner. 12 Vol. 2t No. 13. lis. Constitutional Liberty 17i 4 Horron Attacks Marrlago System. 178 Tho Doctrine of Thronos . 180 The Best Form of Giving" 180 Who Wroto It? : 1S2 "Lr.rgo Concessions" 180 "Unsafe Banking 187 Eternal Vigilance 187 Agulnaldo's Offer 188 The Sulu Treaty 180 Tho Ohio Platform 19L The South Not Excluded . 104 A False Charge .... 100 Tho Steel Strike ; 108 Not a New Convert '. 100 Admiral Schloy 2UP No Middle Ground 201 Equality in Taxation 202 Democratic Romody for Trusts.. 203 A Criticism Answered 207 A Word to tho Disappointed 200 Fako Interviews 210 Oponing a Reservation 216 A Minister's Lament; 211 Fusion, Open and Secret 2 7 Tho Silver Republicans 211 Why Not to Kruger? 210 Why Ostraclso tho Best? 221 Inoxcusablo Misrepresentation.... 222 Senator Vest's Interview 223 Children Not Burdensome 227 Emasculating Domocracy 220 Money Problom In Philippines.... 232 Mr. Knox and His Secrois 233 Trickery of Words 23G Mr. Llttloflold's Address 230 Jud...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 April 1902

Hk A r if ' m." -. Commoner. a t l The WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. .Vol. 3. No. 14. Lincoln, Nebraska, April 25, 1902. Whole No. 66 DEMOCRATS DID GOOD WORK. Tho democrats of the house won a great vic tory by a single move when they forced through a hill that not only gave a degree of reciprocity to Cuba, but also provided for the removal of the sugar differential. The house democrats are to be congratulated because they voted solidly for this measure. As the bill is now framed it suits neither the can9 sugar trust or the beet sugar trust. It is true it is not exactly what the people would like to have but it is a move in the right direction. As we were instrumental in driving Spain out of tho Western Hemisphere, and as we are not willing for Cuba to annex herself to any other nation, we are under a moral ob ligation to treat her liberally with respect to trade relations. The only protest against reci procity came from the beet sugar industry, but such a protest was to b...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 April 1902

Q . . niiwiMhwWMWtW WrfVWf( vvi.t'j mcgr- in tlio United States could read tho facts pre sented by tho Kansas City Journal. In another column an extract from the Jour nal's article is reproduced. It will ho seen from theso figures that while tomo increase in tho prlco of moat to tho consumer might ho justified on tho ground of tho increased prico of corn and of cattle, tho fact is that whilo tho prico of heef steers, for instance, has increased from $1.40. to $1.G0 por 100 pounds, tho beef trust has' raised tho prico of beef $4.00 por 100 pounds. It Is alno shown that asido from this, tho trust is talcing advantage of tho fact that its refrigerators are stored- with a largo supply of meat purchased at last year's prices, which meat it is now bringing forth and selling at tho extraordinary prices whhh it has fixed for this year. It is further shown that tho profits of tho trust aro not fairly represented ovon by tho enormous increase tho trust has made in tho prico of dressed meat, b...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 April 1902

The Commoner. April 25, 190a is receiving very general attention throughout the world. In truth, the suggestion made by Mr. Rhodes to Mr. Stead in 1890 is fairly in keeping with the characteristics of the man as the world has learned him through South African history. He believed, evidently, that a favored class of men had author ity to ride booted and spurred over other u-ca. To be surer, this was all to be for the advantage of the "other men." British impositions upon the Boers of South Africa were, in Mr. Rhodes' opin ion, entirely proper because British domination meant progress and the rights and preferences of the Boers were not, in the least, to be considered. On the same line Mr. Rhodes would have the few men who absorb great wealth administer not only that wealth, but administer all the government of the English speaking people. These wealthy men were to organize a secret society. England and the United States were to be brought prac tically under one government. This gover...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 April 1902

F' r 4"t t -nw raBwn,TRWT?y -r tt mfijliip"y ' ' "3ET J" ' .", ., ... f ,-s. TapaTy fw"' SfT rem f:iff;"r Tjp 4 TO The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered nt the pofitoflicc fit Iyincoln, Nebraska, as second (lens mail matter, TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. One Year , $1,00 Slxflonths fioc Three flonths 35c Single Copy 5c Sample Copies Free. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be ecnt direct to The Commoner. They enn nlto tc rent through newspapers which have advertised n Jitti;if jalc, or through local rgents where such agents have 1 ecu appointed. All remittances chould be cent by postofllce cider, capers older or Ly tank draft on New York or Chicago. To net tend individual checks, stamps, or money. RENEVAL5,Tlic date on your wrapper shows when jcuriutecrlptfon will expire. Thus, Jan. 02 means that pay ii'cntlaB teen received to and including thelastiesucof Jan 1 cty, icoj, Two weeks arc required after money is received be fojethe date of the wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OF ADDRESS.-Subscribcrs requestin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 April 1902

The Commoner. April 25, 190a The Buffalo Times suggests that the reorgan izers who have been crowing -over the defeat of Senator Jones will find that They are Governor Clark, who defeated Crowing Senator Jones, Is anything but Too Soon. a rcorganizer. The contest be tween Senator Jones and Gov ernor Clark did not involve the question of or ganization, because Governor Clark is the Arkan sas member of the national committee, of which Senator Jones is chairman. There is every reason to believe that the corporation democrats who are seeking to reorganize the party will find Governor Clark as hostile to their plans as they always found Senator Jones. An Interesting Object Lesson. A Copenhagen cablegram says that a reliable canvass of the Landsthing indicates that that body will vote for the ratifica tion of the Danish West "Indian islands treaty with the provis ion that the ratification shall be operative only after the people of the West Indies have voted in favor of the sale of their ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 April 1902

The Commoner. Vol. a, No. 14. 15. fc MWMWWMW Whether Common or Not. VWWWWWVWWWMW 5: s TIio River of Aftorwliilo. Its bosom is calm mid its current slow, Its wolcrs arc deep nnd w.'dc; And the soft winds blow through the trees that grow ' On'lhc banks nt cither side. And the lapping waves croon n restful tune As they kiss each grass grown Isle;' While a silver moon and the halm of June Guard the stream of Aftcrwhlle. Hut under the hanks that the great trees deck, Where the wnters murmur low, The light waves fleck full many a wreck Of the current smooth and slow, l'or out of the depths do the dangers creep, While the happy hours beguile; And lost hopes bleep in the waters deep. Of the stream of Afterwhilc. The whitening bones of a million hopes Are washed by the moon-kissed waves; And the soft wind gropes up the grassy s!opcs That shadow their watery graves. Lut, Bilging and shouting, men gaily glide, Ne'er noting each passing mile No compass to guide on the bosom wide Of the stream o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 April 1902

The Commoner. April 25, 190a 7 t444WW4W4.Met4l I HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF. J THR WPPII V DDCcc cnnnw I g -- , -,-,,. KyMo 1, VJUI 1, o Henry LitcJifidd West in Washington Post. w '4H4K044444'44'44K444H44i The fourth section of the Philippine tariff bill now before the senate pro vides that all of the duties and taxes imposed by the proposed act shall be paid back to the Philippine treasury. The section is as follows: . Sec. 4. That the duties and taxes collected in the Philippine archipelago in pursuance of this act, and all duties and taxes col lected in the United States upon articles coming from the Philip pine archipelago and upon foreign vessels coming therefrom, shall not be covered into the general fund of the treasury of the United States, but shall be held as a sep- arate fund and paid into the treas ury, of the Philippine islands, to be used and expended for the gov ernment and benefit of said isl ands. In a recent speech in the senate, Senator Spooner dwelt at some length u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 April 1902

,. .w,igw)ryi.Mliy.ni, in tW0$Mlfrg i'i"""H.M;i rrrjm $wm The Commoner. 8 Vol. a, No. U. MHHiWI The Home Department. The Boy Who Succeeds. Tlioro is always a way to rise, my boy, always a way to advanco; Yet the road that leads to Mount . ' Succoss Does not pass by tlio way of Chance, But goes through the stations of Work and Strlvo, Through the valloy of persevere, And tho man that succeeds, while others fail, Must bo willing to pay most dear. For thoro's always a way to fall, my boy, Always a way to slido, And tho men that you find at the foot of tho hill All sought for an easy ride. So on and up, though the road be rough And the storms come thick and fast, Thoro is room at tho top for the man who tries, And victory comes at last. The Christian Commonwealth, London. Recipe For LoW Spirit. Take one ounce of seed of resolu tion properly mixed with the oil of good conscionco; into it infuse a largo spoonful of the salts of patience. Dis till very carefully a composing plant "other's ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 April 1902

or -The Commoner. April a5, 1902 9 i Weekly News Summary I 1 .. '' . 1 The state land board of Colorado has declined to allow the beef truot to get control of 60,000 acres of graz ing land in that state. London cablegrams of April 14 an nounce that the British ministry has placed a tax on breadstuffs in order to help in its South African war. Dispatches of April 19 announce that J. Pierpont Morgan has organized a trust in which he combined all the leading Trans-Atlantic steamship lines. It is reported from Hong Kong, China, that an army of 2,000 was de stroyed by the rebels, being ambushei In a narrow defile and all being killed or captured. The revolutionary disturbances in Hayti still continue. The interior of the country seems to be most effected, as the various towns on the coast arc held by the government. On April 13 the chancellor of the exchequer, Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, announced in the English house of commons that an appropriation of $873,000,000 for the coming year, Is ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 April 1902

IBM f-H pwfimwfcininii ' imm'"'"V" & The Commoner Vol. a, No. 14. 10 ViWOTH tomlod to givo Mr, Babcock an oppor tunity later on to voto for tho bill which his constituents had indorsed Mr. Richardson also announced that an amondment to abolish tho differ ential duty on refined sugar would be supported by an amendmont and ho added that if this amondment passed, $506,000,000 would bo taken from tho sugar refiners and given to tho Ameri can consumors of sugar. Mr. Fordney of Michigan opposed the bill. He do clared in favor of tho measure, and that every ono of tho witnesses for it was either an American citizen owning sugar land in Cuba or indirectly rep resenting tho influence of tho sugar, trust. Mr. Hepburn of Iowa opposed tho bill and criticized Mr. Grosvcnor of Ohio bocauso tho latter had said ho would refuso to support a 25 per cent reduction but would support a 20 per cent reduction. "In other words," said Mr. Hepburn, "had It not been that last nickel of reduction, tho gen ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 April 1902

,i April 25, 190a .The Commoner. ii illlllnOLLARS Shoveling Out Public Money. BETTER THAN SPRAYING. Don't lug bands of water around when spraying Use the poison direct. Our Common Sense Dusf Sprayer and Ioioet Exterminator Is a most Ingenious device that Is rapidly supplanting the old methods. It blows the finely Eswdered dustlntoeverynookand crevice. Reaches thobot ohm well M the topi of Lam. DUejilaiMtUronplaaU.Tlaei, ihrobiudtreea Juil M effeetlr. for Tennto on poultry ana pigs. MonnplithuitpnTlag. DeierlptlTaelxculuaaoa teiUaonlalafree. lIir.LIB BPHT BI'KAVKR t'O , Taxga. BT. JOBKI'II. MO. PATFMT QCPIIDCn or Fkes returned. Fiikb rHI.QJM I oCUUntUoplnlonastopalontablll. ty. Send for our Guldo Book and "What To Invent, finest publications over Issued for f rco distribution. Patents secured through us advertised without chargo In Tho ratent Record. Sample Copt. Fuee. EVaks, "Wilxrnb fc Co. Washington, D. C. Ell Catarrh Cure (a compound with or M without tobacco.) The only remedy on...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 25 April 1902

y.UimWJJWUl ipj.lwiWJJiWIIMWtWpi The Commoner. Vo-a,-No.-ifti.- '1-.; 12. OUR CLUBBING LIST Do you wish to talco anothor paper or magazine with THE COMMONER? Hero is our clubbing Hat. Tho sub scription prlco given in this Hat pays for THE COMMONER and the other publlcatlona may bo either now or ronowol, oxcopt for Public Opinion and Lftorary Dlgoat. All must bo for ono yoar. Send to THE COMMONER, Lincoln, Nob. NOTIH-ClnhblntrofTTB In which tho Thrlcft- a-Wrnk World, or WorliMf ornlri. or Fnrra, Stock and Homo, or Knnnn City World nptfonra. nro not open to tho rosldcntnof tlio rnRnnotivo cltloa I in whloli tlio pnpors nntnod uro pnlilMicd. Club Price. Arona $2.75 Atlanta Constitution 1.35 Barnum's Midland Farmer 1.00 Contral Farmer 1.35 Cincinnati Enquirer 1.35 Cosmopolitan l.GG Farm and Home 1.00 Farmers' Advocate 1 GO Farm, Stock and Home.... ...... 1.00 Feather and Farmer 1.00 Home and Farm ; 1.00 Indianapolis Sentinel 1.00 Irrigation Ago 1.25 Kansas Farmer ; 1.35 Kansas City Worl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 May 1902

The Commoner WILLIAn J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Ill Vol. a. No. 15. Lincoln, Nebraska, May 2, 1902. Whole No. 67 THEY ARE AFRAID OF THE ISSUE. The republican journals are already shying at the Philippine question. They know that thoy cannot defend the principles which underlie colo nialism, and therefore, instead of boldly outlin ing a policy and defending it, they resort to sub terfuge and misrepresentation. The Kansas. City Journal, one of the most unscrupulous of the republican papers, shows its fright by crying out that the demo cratic substitute "is, in effect, an outright repudiation of the fundamental doctrine on which Mr. Bryan and his party made the cam paign of 1900." It alleges that the democrats wanted immediate independence and that "his (Mr. Bryan's) plan and the plan of the party was to scuttle and run." If the editor of The Journal will read the democratic platform of 1900 he will find that the platform and the party's candidates favored an immediate declaratio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 May 1902

-w p'flP J, "!fff'lF"Wwi"W mtmmmmmt pWP" . v ,JWM ' Vol; afNol5; y committee of that state. This is not an- attempt at reorganization but an effort to extend the party machinery to ovory county and keep the organiza tion in nghting trim. Stato headquarters will' bo kept open all tho time so that there will bp con stant communication between tho party officials end tho various sections of the state. While tho mombors of the committee may not feel it to bo thoir duty to emphasizo any particular party principles, they were all loyal to the Kansas City platform and can bo trusted not to give aid and comfort to thoso who seek to republlcanize tho democratic party. It will bo gratifying to tho readers of Tho Commonor to know that Mr. Mc Lean does not dominate tho committee and that his political methods will not be employed. Har vey C. Garber, of tho good democratic county. of Darke, is chairman, and Messrs. Baker, Burnett, Frey and Salon are his associates. The commit teo Is harmonious a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 May 1902

The Commoner. May 2, 190a 3 and the rise is no hardship as it would have been then." Now, if this increase in the price of beef 13 due to good times, why is it necessary for these beef firms to enter into an agreement, as the Eagte says they havo done, to maintain prices? If the Eagle's general statement is correct, would 'not these facts themselves operate to main tain prices? One need not search for statistics to disprove the Eagle's statement concerning general condi tions. The fact that a large number of working men are required to do without meat as a food indicates that even if the increase In the price of other things has been commensurate with the In crease in the price of the products of the beef trust, there has I -en no similar increase in the wages of the working man. The fact is that the average household feels the burden of the beef trust's greediness. Accord ing to the New York papers, the increase In beef prices has been so marked that a large number of small butcher...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 May 1902

tv-ft The Commoner. Vol. a, No. 15; w The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered nt llic postofilec nt Lincoln, Nebraska, an second clnanmnll matter, TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. One Year...., $1.00 Elxflonlhs , 50c Three riontlia 35c Single Copy........ sc Sample Copies Free. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be ecnt direct to The Commoner. They can alto 1:c cent through newspapers which have advertised a clubbing rate, or through local agents where such agents have teen appointed. All remittances should be cent by postoflGcc cider, exprefs order or by lank draft on New York or Chicago. JDo not tend individual checks, stamps, or money. RENEWALS, The date on your wrapper showo when yenr fulecrjptiou will expire. Thus, Jan. 02 means that pay tnent has teen received to and including the last issue of Jan uary, 1507. Two weeks arc required after money is received be foie the date of the wrapper can be changed. Crf ANGE OF ADDRESS.-Subecribcra requesting a change In address must give the OIyD as well as the NIJ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 May 1902

The Commoner May a, 196a m An Echo ef the 1900 Campaign. the enormous Strenuous Times Ahead for Babcock. The Central Federated Union of New York, representing 140,000 members of labor- unions, re cently adopted resolutions de claring that the trusts had "by advancing the price of meat aud in defiance of laws governing trusts, squeezed from the public sum of $100,000,000, the bulk of which has come from the earnings of the working masses." This is only one of the echoes of tho republican slogan of 1900, "Four years more of the full dinner pail." The Kansas City Journal complains that the beef trust has raised the price of meat four cents per pound since January last. Onenore ' It estimates that this means an Object . increase of $100,000 per month Lesson. to the people of Kansas City, or an increase of $124,000,000 per year for the people of the United States living in cities of 4,000 population and upward, and this is just one trust! The people will begin to realize after awhile tha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 May 1902

The Commoner. 6 Vol. a, No. 15. K dMWWMWWWWWV I ' Whether Comrftori'or Not. wnmmnHnmnifmimwmnfmHmfHmftmnNmmNmmmtHti Mr. Root. Thoy have caught you in the act, Mr. Root. Thoy havo flushed you for a fact, Mr. Root. Sonators whom Miles addressed On the army button pressed And got papers you suppressed, Mr. Root. Thought you'd keep 'em in the dark, Mr. Root. But thoy made you too the mark, Mr. Root. Peoplo will insist upon Knowing what Is going on "When they've got to raise the "spon," Mr. Root. . Thero are sad and lonely scenes, Mr. Root. In the far-off Philippines, Mr. Root. Though you say tho trouble's done, Seems that it's but just begun, Spite of fairy tales you've spun, Mr. Root. Heard you say you were quite sure, Mr. Root, That there was no "water cure," Mr. Root. Heard you say with accents clear That your plans were not severe But we're onto you, my dear Mr. Root. w You've an easy job to hold, Mr. Root. But, th.o chances are, my bold" Mr. Root, If you had to hike and fight, Wade...

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