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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 July 1902

The Commoner. July II, 190a r. bo able to distribute a surplus among its people each year and thus convince them that the trust is a wise and benevolent institution. Some ar dent opponents of the trusts still argue that state laws are sufficient to destroy private monopolies. Let such profit by the lesson that comes from New Jersey. If a state finds it profitable to harbor pri vate monopolies on condition that it receive a part of the swag collected by them ftiore will al ways be defenders of such a co-partnership, and as long as one stateJs wiling to turn itself into a "robbers' roost" it will be difficult, if not Im possible, for other states Vj protect themselves. If. for instance, the salt trust, which now controls 95 per cent of the salt, secures control of the other 5 per cent and some state attempts to prohibit its doing business, within its limits, the people may suffer more from lack of salt than the trust will suffer from the loss of one state. It is necessary for congress...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 July 1902

fWWP1- WSpSPPPTtvMWpwfi ppit,yw,iijyiiipiwpgyy;wji'w wypn f mwwmpw-- 'ir'r,"jgM TWTWrTf ! Commoner. Vol. a, No. aj.! The Commoner, . ISSUED WCCKLY. Entered at the postofficc at Lincoln, Nebraska,, a second claw mall matter TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. One Year..... Elxilontlts.,. Sample CeplM Pree. $1.00 I I 50C J J Three Month, see Single Copy se Foreign Pottage sac Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Cemmoner. They can nlso be sent through newspapers -which, have adver tised a clubbing rae, or through local agents, where such 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. oa, means that payment has been received to and including the last issue of January, 190a Two weeks arc required after tnouey is received before the date on the wrapper cau be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 July 1902

1 " a t. & Iv I 1J& the Rejpcbllcao Cry. July II, 190a " A Washington dispatch to the Chicago Record - Herald says that a compromise has heen reached on the omnibus statehood hill. This dispatch says: ."Chairman Beveridgo agreed that his com mittee would report a bill the thrfl rlftv nf tho next session. (But the, committee has not lost control of the bijl and has given no pledge as to what sort of a bill It will bring in. All it has promised is to make a report It may be an adverse one; at any rate itho fight on the merits of the proposition Is an open one, and is deferred till next December, with ,tho committee holding its tactical advantage." fThus It will bo seen that the republican party is putting off action on maliy measures until after the congressional elections. The republican plat form for 1896 promised the admission of the re maining territories "at the jearliest practicable date." The republican platform for 1900 said: "We favor home rule and the early admission...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 July 1902

rrrwrmrm '"" .-, ' " ne1 6 Tiie Commoner. Vol. a, No. 35. MHnonH Current Topics. Tho first sossion of tho 57th congress con cluded its labors July 1, Republican leaders claim to bo fully satisfied with tho result of tho session. Democratic leaders also express satis faction. .s John M. Burko, of Now York, has just given $4,000,000 for tho purposo of founding a homo for convalescents in that city. Mr. Burko, who is now in hiB olghty-flrst year, made his fortuho in tho West Indian trade. Ho is a devout Catholic", but tho homo will bo opon to all worthy appli cants, irrespective if creed. Tho Mlnnosota republican convention indorsed tho action of tho stato's congressional delegation in regard to tho Cuban reciprocity measuro. As tho Minnesota dologation opposed tho president's policy of reciprocity with Cuba tho indorsement of tho congressmen cannot bo construed othorwlso than as a "slap" at the president. With tho closo of tho fiscal year, Juno 30, tho last of tho war taxes Imposed to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 July 1902

The Commoner. 1 -'-. wi -ifr 42 ?, 5$ Hf t t 14! July 11, Eooa onf'inlavbrilTM "All", efforts in this direction," says Senator Jones, havo been smothered and tho session is closed Without any carrying out of, the promise made tp. Cuba." Senator Jones also points out that the trust Question has also been passed over without con gressional action. Ho thinks democrats in tho light of the results of this congressional session havo opportunities to make gains in the west dur ing th,e coming election. Ho thinks that thero inay'bd'also somo surprises in othfcr sections. - J, ,; - ' t ft 1 , , , , J Immediately prior to the adjournment pt the senajto;' Senator Allison, chairman of tho commit tee ,qa. appropriations, submitted a statement pre tending to show tho total appropriations for tho .session. This showing points out, however, that the appropriations were made ''by bills," and the showing was as follows: - Agriculture .. $ 5,208,9GO Army- . 91,530(130 Diplomatic and consular......;......

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 July 1902

:i 8 The Commoner. Vol. a. No: as,. THE HOME DEPARTMENT. What are Yon Wishing? Do you wish tho world woro hotter? Lot mo toll you what to do Sot a watch upon your actions, Kcop thorn always straight and true. Hid your mind of solflBh motives, Lot your thoughts bo clean and high; 'iYou can mako a llttlo Edon Of tho sphoro you occupy. Do you wish tho world woro wiser? Well suppose you raalco a start, By accumulating wisdom In tho scrapbook of your heart, Do not uso ono pago on folly; Llvo to learn and learn to lfvo; If you want to give mon knowledgo, You must got It oro you glvo. Do you wish tho world woro happy? Then romembor day by day Just to scattor doeds of kindness As you pass along tho way. For tho pleasuro of tho many May bo oftimes changed to ono, 'As tho hand that plants tho acorn Shelters armies from tho sun. . Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Wedding: Present. Wedding prosents nro chosen from a very varied cataloguo of usoful and ornamental articles. Cut glass, china, silver, bric-a-b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 July 1902

The Commoner July 11,190a 9 X (ill 1 S I ) t that cannot be thoroughly masticated. "Bacon, properly cooked, Is a valua ble food, as it Is a good appetizer and causes both the saliva and the gastric juice to flow, but it should bo cooked to a crisp. "The practically universal consump tion of meat by civilized races is of 'jzioro recent origin than Is commonly supposed. Even in Great Britain, the bulwark of beef eating, it is said that the slaughter of bullocks for the sup ply of public markets was unknown so late as 1763. The last twenty or thirty years have seen a great increase In the consumption of meats, but it Is interesting to note that the English men who repelled the Armada and the 'Americans who met the., English at Lexington and Bunker Hill were not enormous consumers of meat." New .York Trioune. t -4 I ItwU-l I Olorles of Womanhood. 'A woman's power avails most when It is asserted least Strenuousness, or perhaps strenuosity I am not quite surewhich is the better form of th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 July 1902

ft The Commoner. 10 Vol. a, No. a5 p. ' w$HW-r Ti?T7"4in'Wf fr.i'PpiHPiiiWP WHETHER COflHON OR NOT. The Flfljr. (Tho following poem was road at So raising of a flag ovor tlio North Sido Christian church, Omaha, Nob., pn July C, 1901) f ' HurrahP v. ' 'Aloft the flag floats free, 'A blaze of color for oyes to boo;' 4 Its stripes of crimson and purest white 'And glorious stars break on our sight! Blood of patriots gladly shed , To paint its gleaming stripes of red; Broad stripes washed whito with wo- men's tears Through bitfcor nights of war's sad years; Star flold torn out of heaven's blue Hurrah! Tho old flag floats In viow. But Is this flag all wo raise, on high ,To blond its colors with cloud and sky? A few bright colors? A painted rag? Nay! Not thoso alone can make a flag. Its gleaming folds must hold to sight Truth, Honor, Justice, Power, Right A living flame that mon who gropo In- galling chains may bog and hopo; And seeing, gladly shall proclaim, "Hurrah! It floats in Freedom'...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 July 1902

The Commoner. 10 Vol. a, No. a& m WHETHER COfinON OR NOT. The FIr. (Tho following poem was road at tuo raising of a flag ovor tlio North Sldo Christian church, Omaha, Nob., on July C, 1901) S' ' HurrahJi 'Aloft tho flag floats frco, 'A blazo of color for oyes to soo;' t Its strlpos of crimson and purest white 'And glorious stars break on our sight! Blood of patriots gladly shod , To paint its gleaming strlpos of rod; Broad stripes washed white with wo- men's tears Through bittor nights of war's sad years; Star field torn out of heaven's bluo Hurrah! ' ,Tho old flag floats in vlow. But is this flag all wo raise, on high To blond its colors with cloud and sky? A few bright colors? A painted rag? Nay! Not thoso alono can make a flag. Its gleaming folds must hold to sight Truth, Honor, Justice, Power, Right A living flamethat men who gropo In- galling chains may soo and hope; And seeing, gladly shall proclaim, "Hurrah! It floats in Freedom's namo!" t .With martial strains and songs ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 July 1902

ft The Commoner. "July II, 190a ' EI t . Phr 1 ,? I IK: lis Cleveland in 1894. About the wails over defeat, how ' ever, a word should be said regarding the facts. This word cannot be re peated too often, Mr. Cleveland im ' plies, evidently with intention, that the democratic defeats of 1896 and 1900 were due to the Chicago platform and. the nomination of Bryan. His mem ory is short. Every political observ er who recalls the dark days of 1894, 1895 and 1896, before the Chicago platform was formulated jor Bryan thought of as a candidate, knows that the democratic party was doomed to disaster by Cleveland's administra tion and leadership. Never mind the blame, we are speaking of facts. Cleve land had been elected president in 1892 with a democratic congress at his back. In the lower house there were 219 democrats, making a clear majority of 41. Two years later this democratic majority was swept away. ' Only 93 democrats were elected, and the republicans controlled the new house by a cl...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 July 1902

The Commoner. "July II, 190a v n f if w n. irm tiflt 4f . -. A v' Cleveland in 1894. About tho walls over defeat, how- ' over, a word should be said regarding tbe facts. This word cannot be re peated too often. Mr. Cleveland im ' plies, evidently with intention, that the democratic defeats of 1896 and 1900 were due to the Chicago platform and the nomination of Bryan. His mem ory is short. Every political observ er who recalls the dark days of 1894, 1895 and 1896, before the Chicago platform was formulated pr Bryan thought of as a candidate, knows that the democratic party was doomed to disaster' by Cleveland's administra tion and leadership. Never mind the blame, we are speaking of facts. Cleve land had been elected president in 1892 with a democratic, congress at his back. In the lower house there were ' 219 democrats, making a clear majority of 41. Two years later this democratic majority was swept away. v Only 93 democrats were elected, and the republicans controlled the new hous...

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

Bu-tjfcu&XJ i .- jO-i 12 The Commoner. j. Vol. -a, No. 35. THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. Tho trlplo alllanco botwoon Ger many, Austro-Hungary, and Italy, wad ronowod by tho signing o a treaty in Berlin on Juno 28th. Tho United States crulsor Brooklyn convoyed tho remains of tho late Brit ish ambassador to this country, Lord Pauncofoto, to England on Tuesday, July 1st. election of United States senators by direct voto. A roport from San Juan in Porto Rico says that tho now codo of civil and criminal laws became effective in tho island at noon on July 1st Chicago is throatoncd with a rail road strike involving 10,000 freight handlers, who will quit work unless givon higher wages. Every effort is being mado to avoid a strike, if possible. It is announced that tho Internation al Sunday School association, which has been in sosslon at Donver, Colo., has agreed on Jerusalem as tho place for holding tho next world-wldo con vention in 1904. Tho state of Colorado has instituted proceedings to di...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 July 1902

-. 4 r- . The Commoner. July II, 190a 13 J? At m cream SEPARATOR PRPP offer made to introduce the Peoples 'Cream Separator in every neighbor hood. It is the best and simplest in the world. We ask that you show it to your neighbors who have cows. Send your name and the name of the nearest freight office. Address PEOPLES SUPPLY GO., DEPT. 177. KANSAS CITY, ftfcft . FOOTHUX nOMBS AND tAXXH MR BAM to CfcU, pwfmoJ jroumnlty, vtierft fiowt froln, Urrla. awl frtpt v pvn. W IU Sad bt jou an IwUac for, wo1 for HU . 1'IKRCE fc nOSQUlTfPLACT.RVIIXT:, CALIFORNIA. Ijk fl 1 best by Test V ANT MORIS 77 YEARS. Wer IV CAR! Balksxen I all WMklr Simrktimery, UtriftbrnaMe.; Daasvllk, N.V. A NINE-KOUR RIDE FROM CHICAGO The clover and blue grass of Delta County, Mich. Tracts from 40 to 1.000 acres. $3.50 per acre and up. EASY TJSRMS. Buckbce, 36 JaSalle St, Chicago, 111. TO AUTHORS BEEKINa A PUBLISHER. Manuscripts In all branches of Lltoraturo, sultablo Jor publication In book form aro required by an est...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 July 1902

3' u The Commoner. Voi. 2, No. 35. , " '' ', FORUM OF THE WEEKLY PRESS H 1 i I Bardstown (Ky.) Record: If Grover Olovoland" ia permitted to reorganize tho domocratic party, wo would sug goBt that tho democrats nomlnato Mark Hanna for prcsidont. 1 San Francisco Star: "Ono republi can party is enough," said Govornor Altgold. Not for tho rcorganizors." Thoy want two. But they cannot suc ceed in thoir plans to ropublicanizo tho democracy. Red Wing (Minn.) Argus: No man has banished and no man could decree banishment of Grovor Cleveland or any lessor member of tho party. Tho door ihrough which cortain members wont of thoir own accord stands opon always. Senoca (Kas.) Courier-Democrat: Reciprocity has boon great for repub licans to conjuro with, but this is as far as it goes. Tho people would just as woll learn first as last that no reciprocity bill of any importance will ever bo passed by protectionists. Pipestone (Minn.) Leader: When such men as Grovor Cleveland and David B. Hill talk a...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 11 July 1902

The Commoner. July II, 190a , 15 1 rt '; -v . fc-v 4V 7t II : ! n I Iron How High is the Dingley Tariff? . , In a recent article written by Walter Wellman and printed in the Chicago Record-Herald, it was asserted that the tariff rates in the Dlngley 1)111 weire" placed high 'in order to afford a basin for treaty negotiations." An interview with " Senator Hanna was printed quoting Mr. McKinley to sustain this contention and this inter view prompted Mr. Wellman to make an investigation after which he wrote the following article: How high is the Dlngley tariff? Ev ery one knows how-Jiigh it was sup posed to be at the time of ltd enactmtnt. But that was based on conditions as they' then existed. Since 1897 the prices of many articles have fallen, while the specific tariff rates have re mained unchanged. The best proof is found in the actual duties collected on imports. Therefore the correspon dent of the Record-Herald has ob tained the following official data con cerning the leading art...

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

i6 The Commoner. Vol. 2, No. 23. With the Paragraphers. ' Horrible the way nogroes are being treated In Illlnola; but the northern papers don't scorn to notice It much. Houston (Tex.) Post. It is not difficult to understand why Buoncamlno is the onfly Filipino who can toll tho truth ho's been "benevo lently assimilated' which means that ho is on Uncle Sahi's pay roll, Colum bus (0.) Press. Tho war dopartmont might well ro servo some of its indignation for tho atrocious nets of Lieutenant Arnold. It is tho suppression of such informa tion that oncourages vicious methods in tho army. Washington (D. C.) Post. If any ono can toll by what right Davo Hill or Qrovor Clovoland glvo advico to tho democratic party about 0,500,000 democrats would like to hoar it. Men who assist republicans are not usually qualified to glvo acceptable advice to democrats. Joplin (Mo.) Globe. If tho democratic party should bo Olovolandlzod' and Hopkinizod a fw more times, tho sorvicos of an under taker will not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

,- The Commoner. mtyr- WILLIAfl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. t. u -t-t.-.' i . V ; :-iiihnV -.', .-C.. C ; . ,r h rfv -" i 'V ar fi-.-. i. ' 5 Yd. 2. , 311- 'I 1 H ,t r Lincoln, Nebraska, July 18, 1002. Whole No. 78, ui 7T Which h fecitcr Wata '. 's - . ' Fifty years" ago Japan was a heathen country .without trade or commerce. Her people "vyero un acquainted with the outside -world, artd utterly ignorant of Christian civilization. Without tho firing of a shot or the shedding of a drop of bipod, Japan was rescued irom her isolation, her people made acquainted with ,the world at largo and helped on tho road to. liberty. No nation pre sumed to teach the Japanese self-government. No nation assumed to control them under tho specious plea of benefitting them. No nation, de clared its purpose to govern tho Japanese and grant them as much freedom as their conditibn .warranted and the interests of the controlling na tion dictated. On the contrary, Japan .was left to -work out her own sal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

V 3K m I Tho part? had not divided over a groat Issue, and tho lo'ddors had not been in open alliance with th'o oncmy. No ono in considering "the careor of Arnold would overlook tho chango that took placo in tho sentiment toward him after ho became an cmployo of tho English government, and so no rational man can roviow tho record of Jthoso .who desortcd tho party in 189G without taking into consideration tho change which their condirct wrought in tho sentiment toward them. Whether they were honest or not is not tho question. If a democrat hocomes a republican ho becomes un available for a democratic ofllco or for tho man agompnt of the party so long'ns he remains a re-, publican, no matter how honest or conscientious ho may bo in making tho change, If ho returns ho must giyo ovidoncc pf a chango of heart before, ho will bo trusted again. ,, . Even tho election of"' 1S94, disastrous as It was, was only a, r, feeble illustra tion . of what may bo expected, if tho party comes, again un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

The Commoner, Juiy 18, I90J A r E : iw.v- V' t 11F '" 4'"' tt " i i 1 JV.r l trusts, -why doesn't the president enforce the pres ent law and destroy them.? If a new law is neces sary, why has the president failed to suggest such a law? Every day between the opening of con gress and its adjournment afforded him an op portunity to recommend a specific law for dealing with the trusts, hut he recommended none His party was in power Jn both house and senate and every day presented an opportunity for the party to Introduce and pass, a , bill dealing effectively with the trusts, but nothing was done. Has the president just discovered what the trusts are do ing? On the contrary,, before he became president Ilo seemed to Jmow,moro about the subject than' ho does -now, for when he spoke on the trust question, ,then he did. not use so many qualify ing and limiting words as he does now. Is the republican party ignorant of the existence pf the trusts? Not at all. Just before the adjournment of c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 18 July 1902

jSgBTSSww't i'' Ip ' w fffw 4. fc The Commoner. ii ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered nt the poatofllce.atlncolu, Nebraska, m second clnsn mnil matter. TERMS-PAYADLB IN ADVANCE. One Year $1.00 Elxflonths . goc Three riontlis ., 35c Single Copy ..... &c Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 52c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be Bent direct to The Commoner. They can also be sent through newspapers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such 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 wjll expire. Thus, Jan. 02, means that payment has been received to and including the last issue of January, 1902 Two weeks arc required after money is' received before the date on the wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OP ADDRESS.Subscrlberp requesting a change of address must give th...

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