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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 May 1902

The Commoner. May 23, 190a 7 THE PHILIPPINES AGAIN Jacob Gould Schurman In New Yerk Independent. THE WEEKLY PRESS FORUM. Wymore (Neb.) Arbor State: Im perialism knows no law but the law of might. It breaks every other law, human and divine. Rockvlllo (Ind.) Tribune: Teacher of Rhetoric "Name some notable ex ample of irony." Bright Pupil "Tho republican platform on trusts." Guthrie (OkL) State Register: The ship owner is the active voice and the farmer, is the passive. The one wants subsidy and the other is wanted to subside. Vandalia (Mo.) Mail and Express: Grover Cleveland writes beautifully about how to kill ducks, but it is the beef trust that needs killing atthe present writing. Broken Bow (Neb.) Beacon: The "water cure" is a part of the plan of "benevolent assimilation." It Is a very great exhibition of Christian charity and fraternal affection. Athens (0.) Journal: The tay on hides should be repealed as well as the tax on beef. The laborlngman could carry his untaxed dinner pa...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 May 1902

v; The Commoner. 8 Vol. a, No; 18. . THE HOME DEPARTMENT. Dr. (lootlchecr's Remedy Feel out of kilter, do you? Nothing goes to suit you, qulto? Sklos soom sort of dark and clouded, Though tho day Is fair and bright? JUyos affected, fall to notice Beauty spread xm every hand? .Hearing so impaired you'ro missing Songs of promise, sweet and grand? i No, your caso is not uncommon, "lis a popular distress; Though 'tis not at all contagious, Thousands have it, more or less; But It yiolds to simple treatment, And is oasy, qulto, to cure If you follow my directions, Convalescence, quick, is suro. ,Tako a bit of cheorful thinking, Add' a portion of content, And, with both, lot glad ondeavor, , Mixed with oarncstness, bo blout; ,Thcso with caro and skill compounded Will produce a magic oil That is bound to cure, if takon With a lot of honest toll. If your heart is dull and heavy, If your hope is palo with doubt, Try this wondrous Oil of Promise, For 'twill drlvo tho ovll out. Who will mix it?...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 May 1902

ttf The Commoner. May 23, 190a The Philippines Again. (Continued from Pago 7.) social conditions of the Mohammedan tribes of Mindanao and which gratifies them and has made them our friends for two or three years, should be sot aside because some army officer or ome civilian trader wants" to seo what the interior of their country is like? Our primary concern with the Moros is peace, and to the maintenance of peace wo should lend every effort and sacrifice every minor object. Let us now dismiss the Moham medans and their heathen neighbors in the southern islands and turn to the island of Samar, in the Visayan group, and to the .province of Batan gas in the island of Luzon. These people, remember, are not savages, or "Injuns," or barbarians. Tliey are civilized Christians, and in the pro vince qf Batangas, which lies just south of Manila, the people, who are quite prosperous, are above the aver age of Filipinos in education and re finement. Samar and Batangas were the last active cente...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 May 1902

The Commoner. 10 Vol. a, No.,18. 1 ! ' THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. 1 A monument erected to the memory of tho Into Richard Park Bland has been placed In position at Lebanon, Mo., and will bo unvollod on Juno 17. On May 11 Prosldont-cloct Palma arrived at Havana, and was received with patriotic demonstrations. For the first time a Cuban flag was hoisted ovor tho famous old Morro castle. Prcsldont Palma was inaugurated on May 20. Jcsso Stono, lloutonant govornor of Wisconsin, died at Watertown, Wis., on May 11. Ho was twice olected to tho ofilco of lloutonant govornor, and lias hold sovoral other positions of trust In tho stato. Ho was sixty-six yoars of ago. A fearful oxplosion of naptha oil took placo at tho Shenadgn yards of tho Panhandle railroad at Pittsburg, Pa., on May 17, and a score of lives woro lost and about two hundred per sons were injured. Many of these have since died from tholr injuries. Lewis Nixon, who ouccoeded Rich ard Croker as leader of tho Tammany Hall organization in...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 May 1902

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 23 May 1902

& The Commoner. 12 Vol. a, No. 18. Kt THE WEEKLY PfiESS. West Duluth (Minn.) X-Itays: The man who says tUo Filipinos "aro not propared for self-government just now," Intends that thoy never shall bo If ho can prevent it. All human kind has always boon prepared for soft-government, but forco and fraud havo boon used from timo immemorial to doprivo most of thorn of this nat ural right. The Amorican nation is at presont using forco and fraud to de privo tlio Filipino peoplo of their nat ural right to political Indcpondonco. Hastings (Mich.)' Journal u For the past two years roturning soldiors havo hinted of cruolty, Incapacity and violonco. Somo havo told personal friends all was not right, but thoy woro only private soldiers, and they know that thoy could havo no standing in a court-martial whero "shoulder straps" woro the accused. The special acts aro thoso of individuals. The de fonso of them brings the odium upon the administration and the party It ropresents. Tho nation will b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 May 1902

The Commoner. WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 2. No. 19. Lincoln, Nebraska, May 30, 1902. Whole No. 71. THE VALUE OF AN EDUCATION. With the annual return of the commencement season comes the recurring question, Does higher education fit its possessor for a more successful life? In 1836 a prominent divine endeavored to ex plain the opposition to the gold standard on the theory that farmers' sons were heing educated too much, and thus made "dissatisfied with the posi tion God intended them to fill." The remark called forth a great deal of criticism, because it betrayed an indifference to the welfare of the people as well as ignorance in regard to the money question. About a year ago Mr. Schwab, president of the steel trust, made a speech before a New York school in which he declared that very few of the prominent business men had received a collegiate education, and he insisted that a boy who left school at sixteen or seventeen and went to work would get such a start tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 May 1902

a doprlvo tho man, particularly qualified for 'tho tanking business, of tho privilogo of working for himself and profiting by bis toll and his ability; and In tho place of Independent bankers It will glvo us, as overy trust has glvon us, a great body of hired men, working upon a salary, depondont for tholr positions upon tho whim and pleasure of an employer. Tho trust systom Is advorso to the Interests of tho country bankers, exactly as it Is adverse to tho interests of people generally. It Is directly ad vorso to the Interests of tho country bankers be causo as cortaln as night follows day a groat "bank ing trust will bo established In this country un loss tho people unlto for tho purpose of crushing out tho trust system altogether. Wo cannot encourage the organization of trusts In some lines and deny tho privilege in others; and this will bo particularly true with relation to tho business which deals in money. Tho country bankers will do well to array themselves against tho trust ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 May 1902

The Commoner. May 30, 190a FACTS THAT STARE US IN THE FACE ! 3 n p f s A speech delivered in the house of representa tives by Hon. John W. Gaines of Tennessee should he read by every American citizen. Those who may not be successfully appealed to on moral grounds with relations to the Philippine question, may be persuaded to pause in the imperialistic path in the presence of the showing made by the gentleman from Tennessee. Tn the , conclusion of his speech, Mr. Gaines said: If we hold on to these islands perman ently, the fact stares us in the face that there must bo an endless chain of soldiers sent there and an endless chain brought back the sick and dead both and that this policy is inevit able, and the proof of the fact is that this Is what we are now doing, and the republicans are fixing to perpetuate conditions that neces sarily force us to face an endless chain of responsibilities and burdens on the lives of American sMdiers and upon the backs of. the taxpayers of this count...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 May 1902

V ( 515 The Commoner. Vol. a, No. g. The Commoner. ISSUED WGEKLY". Kntcr cd at the postoflice at Lincoln, Nebraska, as sccoud clas mnlt matter. TERMS-PA VABLB IN ADVANCE. One Year $1.00 Slxflonths 50c Three rionths 35c Single Copy flc Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 53c Extra. ! 1 -. .w 1 mil will - ""' ' ' SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Commoner. They can also be sent through newspnpers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local ogcuts, whercsuch agents have been appointed. All remittances should be sent by post office money order, express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan, 02, means that payment lias been received to and including' the last issue of January, 1903 Two weeks arc required after money is received before the date on the wrapper can be changed. CIIANOE OP ADDRESS. Subscribers requesting r change ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 May 1902

The Commoner. 5 .My 30, 190a " The "Philadelphia North American suggest an fcpt answer to those who say that the men and women who protest against tor Preserving ture and cruelties in the Phil Army ippines are assailing the honor Honor. of the army when it very point ,tr" edly remarks: "The only way Co preserve the honor of the army is to expel from the army every man who disgraces his uniform." It has not escaped the attention of a great Xnany people that the United States government did not have special representa N0 tives at the inaugural cereinon- Spccui ics of President Paima. The Delegation. representatives of this govern ment stationed in Cuba seemed to provide sufficient representation; and yet, when a king is to be crowned on Juno 26th, in the ad ministration's view it will be necessary to send a special delegation to participate in the ceremonies. In an address delivered before the Iowa bank ers' association May 22nd, Charles G. Dawes, form er comptroller of the currency, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 May 1902

6 The Commoner. Vol. a, No. io; WHETHER COnnON OR NOT. Mr. Morgan. You havo formed somo giant rings, Mr. Morgan, You'vo formed trusts In many things, Mr. Morgan. Banks, and bonds, and ships and stocks Railroads, tramways, shipyards, docks, And you clip coupons in blocks, Mr. Morgan. SS&' You havo cornered all but air, Mr. Morgan. And I fear you'll squoezo us thoro, Mr. Morgan. You'vo got all that runs and floats, Locomotives, motors, boats Got consumers by thoir throats, Mr. Morgan. From tho men who sweat and toil, Mr. Morgan, You oxact your share of spoil, Mr. Morgan. Forming trusts you spond your days, And the occupation pays. Why? Because wo'ro blooming jays, Mr. Morgan. . If wo did that which is right, Mr. Morgan. Wo'd knock your graft out of sight, Mr. Morgan. Wo'd clip your financial wings, Smash your giant trusts and rings, And do other righteous things, Mr. Morgan. But you'll still pursue your way, Mr. Morgan, Till tho final judgment day, Mr. Morgan. Then you'll got a st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 May 1902

The Commoner. May 30, 190a 7 THE WEEKLY PRESS FORUM. Mr. Bryan and the Peace Treaty. MaryVillo (Mo.) Forum: If tho re organizers have nothing bettor to offer than Clevelandism and Hillism let democracy beware. Helena (Mon.) Independent: It is time to reciprocate and interfere with our Philippine business "in the inter ests of humanity." Bolivar (Mo.) Herald: The appro priation for the army this year is one hundred million dollars. Before the republican party got in the last time It was twenty-five. Little Falls (Minn.) Herald: "At first there was no cruelty. Then if there wasit was "mild." Then when it was proved that there had been cruelty it was all right, anyway. Do ycu recognize tho argument? Jordan (Minn.) Independent: The administration is making less fuss about Smith's cruelties then it made about Miles' alleged bad manners. Greencastle (Ind.) Star Press: The people can defeat the proposed ship subsidy osteal by defeating the repub lican candidates for congress at the next el...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 May 1902

rfp 8 The Commoner. Vol. a, No. 19; THE HOME DEPARTMENT. I Three Wis lie TAn Infant In its cradlo slept, And Jt Its sloop it smllod And one by ono threo womon knolt To ktes the" falr-hatrod child; And oach thought ot tho days to bo And breathed a prayer half sll- outly. jOno poured hor lovo on many lives, But knew lovo's toll and care; Its burdons oft had boon to hor A heavy woight to bear. ' She stoopod and murmured lov ingly: "Not hardonod hands, dear child, for theo." jOno had not known tho burdened hands, But know tho empty heart: At life's rich banquet she had sat, An unfed guest, apart. . "Oh, not," Bhe whispered tend erly, "An ompty heart, doar child, for theo." And ono was old; sho had known care. Sho had known loneliness; She know God leads us by no path His prcsonco cannot bless. Sho smiled, and murmured, trust fully: "God's will, God's will, doar child, for theo." British Weekly. or to start. It is tho beginning which is difficult. If dawdlers could only onco bo set In mo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 May 1902

The Commoner. May 30, 190a 9 THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. At the recent meeting of the Iowa department of the G. A. R., John Llndt of Council Bluffs was chosen com mander for that state. Edward L. Godkin, the noted edi tor of the New York Evening Post, died in Brixham, South Devonshire, England, on May 21st. Mr. Godkin was in his 71st year. It is officially announced that the French premier, M. Waldeck-Rosseau, will resign before July 1st, leaving President Loubet to form a new cab inet at the meeting of the new cham ber. At the annual meeting of the Ne braska Grand Army encampment, Calvin S. Steele of Fairbury, Neb., was chosen commander. Mr. Steele is acting lieutenant-governor of the state. Secretary Hay, according to the plan, arranged some time ago, informed the nations of the world that the United States had redeemed its pledge to make a free people in the island of Cuba. - , A dispatch from Coal Creek, Ten nessee, reports that two coal mines' exploded there on May 19th, and about tw...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 May 1902

FvnHtppmTtpfl The Commoner. Vol. a, No. IO. ti 10 OUR CLUBBING LIST Do you wish to talco anothor paper or magaalno with THE COMMONER? Horo is our clubbing list. The sub scription price given in this list pays lor THE COMMONER and tho other publication both for ono year. Sub scriptions may bo either now or .re newal, oxcopt for Public Opinion and Literary Digest. All must bo for one yoar. Send to THE COMMONER, 1 ' Lincoln, Neb. NOTE Olubbtnff ofTors In which tho Thrlcn ft.Wcok World, or WorlcMIornld.or Farm,8took rind Homo, or Kansas City World nppoars. nro not open to tho rosldoutnof tho roapoctivo oitioi in which tho papora named are published. Club Price. 'Arona $2.75 Atlanta Constitution 1.35 Barnum's Midland Farmor 1.00 Central Farmor 1.33 Cincinnati Enqulror 1.35 Cosmopolitan 1.05 Farm and Homo ..'. 1.00 Farmers' Advocato 1 50 Farm, Stock and Homo 1.00 Feathor and Farmor 1.00 Homo and Farm 1.00 Indianapolis Sontlnel 1.00 Irrigation Ago 1.25 Kansas Farmor 1.35 Kansas City World ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 May 1902

1 . The Commoner. May 30, 1902 11 give It new luster. For the Philip pine islands you have have" had to convert the Monroe doctrine into a doctrine of mere' selfishness. For Cuba you have acted on it and vin dicated it. In Cuba you have the eternal gratitude of a free people. In the Philippine- islands you have the hatred and sullen submission of a subjugated people. From Cuba you have brought home nothing but glory. From the Philippines u you. have brought homo nothing of glory." Referring to the cruelties commit teed in the Philippines, Mr". Hoar said ho believed the American soldiers were as brave and human as" any. They had done simply, what always would bo done in like conditions. The chief guilt was upon the heads of those who created the conditions. In conclusion Mr. Hoar believed that better counsel yet would prevail than now seemed to exist. The irrevocable, stand had not been taken. "Let us at least have this to say: "$Ve have kept the faith of the fath ers. We took Cuba b...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 30 May 1902

l5nrrfwnT lA The Commoner. 12 Vol. a, No. 19. u Mr. Bryan and the Peace Treaty, (Contlnuod from Pago 7.) party at that tlmo, from tlio prosidont down, who professed to boliovo that tho ratification of tho treaty was in tended to oxpross any definite purpose whatovor with roforonco to our policy in tho Philippine Islands. Not ono. "Tho Prosidont of tho Unitod States, in his mossago transmitting that treaty, oxprcssly declared that that was not a timo to debate or consider that question; such discussion, ho said, would ho appropriate aftor tho troaty had boon ratified. 'Do not talk about it now,' ho said, 'but aftor you have ratified tho treaty, then it will bo in ordor to consider whether or not wo shall permanently hold tho Phllippino islands.' Such, in sub stanco, was tho position of President McKinloy. "What thon .was tho attitude of tno sonator from Wisconsin himsolf? Ho was strongly opposed to tho perma nent annexation of tho islands. It was only aftor a period of doubt aiul hes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 6 June 1902

The Commoner. WILLIAil J, BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. i' Vol. 2. No. .20. Lincoln, Nebraska, June 6, 1902. Whole No. 72. To President Roosevelt Your attention is respectfully called to that portion of the Sherman anti-trust law which de clares criminal any conspiracy in restraint of trade and names a penalty therefor. You will notice that the law reads: "Every person who shall monopolize or attempt to monopolize, or combine or conspire with any other person or per- . sons to monopolize any part of the trade- or com merce among the several states or with foreign nations, shall (not MAY) be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof shall bo punished by a fine not exceeding $5,000, or by im prisonment not exceeding one year, or by both said punishments, in the discretion of the court." You are the chief executive of this nation and as such are not only empowered, but are required, to enforce the law. By commencing a civil ac tion against the members of the beef trust ...

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

r-yawr.'y.-TrTEBi HMHSKlBK Prwwyj ft tho testimony of an alien rather than as the testi mony of an American citizen. If he will Investi gate (a subject which ho should have Investigated heforo ho testified) , ho will find that after a cen tury and a half of English rulo in India, less than one per cent of tho womon of that country can read and write, and he will also And that after ono hundred and fifty years of "gunpowder gospel" less than ono per cent of tho people of India' have embraced tho Christian religion, and that tfiat branch of the Christian church which England most opposes has made a larger number of con verts than tho state church of England. ft requires an English army of seventy thou sand men, assisted by a native army of 140,000 men, largely officered by Englishmen, to take care of 100,000 residents of English birth. That English rulo is not enjoyed by tho people is evident from the fact that tho native papers are, as a rule, unfriendly to tho English government, an...

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