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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 August 1902

The Commoner. Aug. 32, 1903 3 A CABINET OFFICER SPEAKS Shows Why Tariff Revision Under the Republican Party Is Impossible, and Points Out That tho People Provide the Money for "Water-Cured" Indus Tho Chicago Record-Herald of Tuesday, Aug ust 12, printed an article that should be read by every voter in the United States. This article was In the form of a dispatch from the Record-Herald's Washington correspondent, Walter Wellman. Mr. .Wellman quotes a member of President Roose velt's cabinet as saying: "It Is all nonsense to talk about a re vision of the tariff. It cannot be done. Wo may as well understand that at the outset. Republicans who are demanding revision aro demanding the Impossible." Two explanations aro given for the statement that "it is all nonsense to talk about the revision of the tariff." The first explanation is that Senator Aldrich and other eminent republicans in the sen ate will not permit tariff revision. The second explanation is that tariff revision might resul...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 August 1902

Fra1? wippuvyfwiw- ' - Y'i V" - !v 7' '"" 1 The Commoner, 4 J55Er7Tri - -"" -f -,'a'gjjW?- J. - - w I It IfK ff The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Entered at the poslofficc at Llucolu, Nebraska, a second, das mnll matter. 'i ,..,,. , ",: r,1, ' ' , - v.1, "i , i , . TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. CneVear $1.00 Clxflonths 50c Three nontfis... 35c Single Copy 5c Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 53c Extra. 1 : : 1- " ' -- - .. : -.,' ,',,,,;: ;,,.m,i,iv, ,- v SUBSCRIPTIONS can be scut direct to The Commoner. They enn also be Bent through newspapers whlch.hnvc adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents lave been appointed. All remittances should be sent by post ofllce money order, express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not eend individual check j, clamps, or woney, RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your ubpcrlptiou will expire. Titus, Jan. 02, means that payment has been received to and including the last issue of January, 1903 Two we...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 August 1902

V ,. o ' The Commoner tg. 33, ipoa ie Houston Post lays Itself open to the re of less majeste by suggesting a very plaus ible explanation for recent pro ilntstratloM ceedinKs wben it says: "Docs It and not look like the administration Trusts. wants to bo able to say to the people, 'See, we have prosecuted ie beef trust and to the beef trust, 'See, we have jtponod the case till after the elections, and if m put up for the campaign fund like good repub- ms wo will drop the case when the elections are ice safely over?' " yyy It is now announced that Mr. Roosevelt will il an extra session of the senate on November 11 to ratify a reciprocity treaty 'After with Cuba, and also a treaty tho which will embody the essential Election. features of the Piatt amendment. It is also promised that there will be a bit of tariff revision after the elections. Tho elections will take place prior to November UL It is significant that every hope held out by republican leaders depends upon what the party w...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 August 1902

iwpygy..:. mw'wmrfprngF 6 The Commoner. Vol. a, No. 3f. rr. (i . n Current Topics. .mi i ii mi ,ii i i ii ii'i THAT THE ADMINISTRATION IS NOT IT solf any too well pleased over the muddle Into which the question of the civil status of tho Porto Rlcans and' the Filipinos has drifted, as a consoquonco of our colonial policy, Is revealed by tho Washington correspondent of tho Des Moines Roglstor and Leader, a republican paper. It seems that tho officials of tho state and treasury depart ments are considerably disturbed because of tho complications. Ono of the duties of tho state department Is to furnish tho American traveling abroad with papers which will Insure tho citizen's protection on his travols. Ono of tho duties of the tfoasury department is to see that only thoso aro admitted to this country who have a right to como hero. Tho state department has arranged for the bonoflt of tho Filipinos and tho Porto Rlcans a cer tificate reciting that the bearor is "loyal to tho United States...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 August 1902

Os The Commoner. A. 23, 19.03 not bet all surprising if a formal movo on annexation proposition is made at an early lHE INTERESTING STATEMENT THAT from Jannarv 1 tn Jiinn 1 no less than 21.077 ititnnm nf th TTnUwl States snttlod in the Dro- Snco of Manitoba and adjacent territories is made iv a. wrltP.r In h Snrlnerfielrl fMRSS.") RODUblican. h is pointed out that 25,000,000 acres of land In le Canadian northwest are now ownea oy ciu n nf thiK nmmtrvr fi OOfi.000 have been acauired uring the present year, and about one-fifth of this rea has been taken by bona uae setuers irom ma tes. The remaining 4,uuu,uuu acres nas Deen ild to liind r.omnanies who-are now reselling it at nrnfit tn fho tidft-of emigrants who are nouring mrfh-wnrri nvnr tha liorder. It is said that from a (single Iowa neighborhood forty families have gono to this new territory witnin a lew monuis. Mr HE PEOPLE OF OKLAHOMA ARE BEING X treated to a novel bit of "argument" theso days. B. S. McGuIre, the republican nomi...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 August 1902

PIH 8 The Commoner. Tol. a, No. 3i. : i y& i. i i i i i THE HOME DEPARTMENT. A Ult of Cheer. Porchanco you fool lllco sighing, dear, Just check the sigh and smilo; And cheer somo wayworn wanderer O'er many a weary milo. A kindly word, a loving smilo, Groat blessing doth bestow; The power havo thoy to charm away, A heavy load of woo. Alas! tho many celling hearts, Along tho circling years, Tho' there bo deartli of all things olso Is novor dearth of tears. Then put asido thy griefs, dear heart, Nor grudgo a smilo to dolo; Twill cheor thino own sad lot, and bless As well thy noighbor's soul. For tliero was Ono whoso spirit1! 6ft Was wrapped, mothinks, In gloom. Boforo Him rose dark Calvary's cross, The agony, tho tomb And still Ho over strove to cheor Tho wayworn pilgrim lono; . Jesus! Imperial Prince of Peace, From heaven's otornal throne! TIs not tLo vcafiy gltt bestowed That cheers tho aching heart, It is the kindly sympathy, It Is love's magic art. And blessed shall thy memory ...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 August 1902

The Commoner. FAg. 22, 1003 9 )rily to your wearing duties, and short sleep is a preservation both your health and your temper. Rich pies and pastry should bo rare ly found on the summer table. Some, ,Uiowever, cannot enjoy simple dishes, J$but insist on having them "fussed up" in some shape, but there is much in tho way taste Is cultivated. Teach your family to tako their fruit "straight," with some nice sauce, if necessary. Many a delicious .dessert is spoilt in the cooking. In baking a custard, tho first seven minutes the tempera ture of tho oven should bo "quick," then only a moderate heat allowed, for tho custard should not boil. To pre vent this, set the earthen custard dish in a pan of hot water. Use three eggs to a pint of milk, and one table spoonful ofsugar for each egg; always beat yolks and sugar thoroughly be fore adding the well-beaten whites, and add milk slowly, stirring all the while. For boiled custard one should always use a double boiler; if yoj have none, put yo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 August 1902

iL.JtffcX:t ' , , I . I . . BM 'rTw;W'iiB .'.-. K"' The Commoner. 10 a; Vol, a, No. 3 1. t. r' WHETHER COiinON OR NOT. The Real Friend. ."When the clouds hang dark and heavy O'or tho path that you must tread, 'And the thorns of care and trouble Bound your feet are thickly spread, Sweet it is if thoso about you Seem to give your troubles heed, But the real friend comes and asks you: "Say, old friend, how much d'ye nood?" (When disaster dark befalls you And you lose your house and lands, Xt is sweet to feel the kindly Grasp of sympathetic hands; s But there's ono whoso words are swoetor When ho gives your troubles heed He's tho man who comes and asks you: wSay, old friend, how much d'ye need?" r iWhen tho grim and dark death angel Pasaos through your opon door, &nd the babe you loved so dearly Plays about your knees no moro, Flowers scattered 'round .the coflln Solace stricken hearts that bleed, But the best consoler whispers: "Say, old friend, how much d'ye need?" (When you see a...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 August 1902

wmm The Commoner. Aug, 22, 1903 11 ;- IN THE POLITICAL FIELD. At Lancaster, 0.. on August 10, Jharles H. Grosvcnor was unanimous- nominated for congress by the Eleventh district republican conven- lon. This nomination had been made a former convention, but since then to legislature changed the bounds of 10 district and a new convention was tiled. :lt was reported from New York on oigust 11 that Senator Thomas Piatt tas clearly indicated that the republi can state platform this year will ig- tore Cuban reciprocity, as advocated by President Roosevelt and indorsed by the Iowa state platform, and con Ifino itself chiefly to state issues. When asked how the Cuban reciprocity issues would be treated in the state platform, Senator Piatt said: "I have not heard that matter dis cussed. I do not know that the state platform will deal with federal issues. Wo have issues enough of our own 'hero in the state." It was suggested that the republicans of Iowa had taken a different view tit the matt...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 August 1902

wzrtv$rrrw-jf . w; . " -' t - '. - !l The Commonef. 12 V1 a, N. 3i.f -a THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. Tho coronation of King Edward of England, as has boon announced, took place on Saturday, August 9, and tho event passod off with nothing to mar Its foaturcs. In all respects tho coro nation was impressive and was carried out with a perfection of dotail and lack of accldonts that has rarely char acterized similar displays. It Is an nounced that tho king has signalized his coronation by tho gift to tho na tion of Osborno House, ono of tho favorite residences of tho lato Queen Victoria. It is said that the king de sires that the building which is lo cated on tho Isle of Wight shall bo de voted to .national purposes and bo con verted into a convalescent homo for officers of tho navy and army, whoso health has been Impaired in render ing service to their country. On Aasaut 9, Governor Cummins of Iowa announced that Miss Elsie Ma comber of Des Moines would christen tho cruiser Des Moines which is...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 August 1902

'' The Commoner. Aug, 22, 190a 13 "4 rfn the enforcement of penalties for "non-performance of work according to contract. The case on which the rul- K auk wu uiauu is uui iu&uu puuui;, uuu the ruling itself, which is & general application, is as follows: "This is a request for a waiver of penalties on default of contract The applicants claim that they were unable to fulfill the provisions of the contract, and argue that the government was not injured and the exaction of the penal tics would he a hardship. The default is not denied and there is no evidence that the government exacted more ithan the contract called for. If the penalty worked a hardship, the an swer is that it was introduced Into the contract for that purpose. If the contractors would escape the pen alty, they must avoid thq default.", Under date of August 12, a Wash ington dispatch says: The torpedo boat destroyer Truxton will be deliv ered hy the builders to the Norfolk iiTiMrjwaii I bars a Mualtts, haraleaa ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 August 1902

mmmvmjSmmiimiwwim 2, 4 . The Commoner; 14 Vol. a, No. 3 1. ; i v ' ( 'jf a I i , E, '! . , k" .r.' ?' ft' ,. . V THE WEEKLY PRESS FORUM, j Bonton (Mo.) Record: Tho steadiest , friends tho reorganizors have aro the 'republicans and their organs. Virginia (111.) Enquirer: Tho sug- Jigestion that tho trusts bo placed in the hands of tho fedoral courts is ren- j clorod valueless by tho circumstance Tthat tho fedoral courts aro apparently ' in tho hands of tho trusts. Tarklo (Mo.) World: The platform suits tho democracy of this state all right and tho ticket will bo olected by a big majority. Nobody is kicking because the same thing was not said in lour or Ave difforent ways either. Contorvlllo (Md.) Times: Puzzle If it taxos five republican congresses to got to tho point where they begin to think anti-trust legislation is de manded by the people, how long will it take tho Hon. Charles Littlefield to secure tho passage of a real trust ..busting bill? Stanton (Neb.) Register: " Tho mon y ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 August 1902

V'.- The Commoner. Aug. 22, 190a 15 GOOD SHORT STORIES. I The Chicago News is responsible for 10 following: "nni 1 mtjt .t. .t.. i. i ling lost when you know where it is?" l"Mn ftn fnnl ana-nra-rart lio nonfoln f ' J j.vf, auanvicu Wi wwm, mo, oeing a wise man, abhorred frlv- lous questions. TXrll nU ... ,-.... .I1. . nnt I . irou, ii, jr-vui buy 01 ica pvji. 1a ai 10 bottom Of the sea' Exit cabin boy. is . He had sprung so many gags at her & expense that she thought it time to ;get even. "Henry," she exclaimed, as ho came hom"e to dinner, "I heard -something this morning that opened my eyes." "What was it?" he demanded, ex citedly. "Why, the alarm clock, goose." An absent-minded elderly man en tered the station at Rockville Centre, L. I., the other day. Nervously finger ing a dollar bill, he approached the window and asked: "What's the fare to Rockville Cen tre?" The agent looked at him a minute, and then said, in a loud voice: "This Is Rockville Centre." The old man with the f...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 22 August 1902

tggggHff in ii i , t uiyjpin m iiCTnwyy WWt HHIHttlUMM.M.fl "flW1 "'UfF"Wj-wpnp- ""ST 16 The Commoner. Vol. 2, No. 3i. L. ' ' t v Items of Interest. Massachusetts has 4,600 register! physicians. California Is producing daisies a foot In circumference. Scotch-cured herrings are bringing big prices in the Netherlands. The amount of French capital in vested in China oxceeds $100,000,000. In some New Zealand towns there are more womon voters than mon. Legislation enactod by the last con gress will result In at least 10,000 new pensioners. i Thoro has been noted In Honolulu a series of tidal waves believed to bo duo to volcanic action. Strlkos and riots aro blamed for the removal of six big insurance com panies from Paterson, N. J. Carl Myers of Frankfort, N. Y., is "building signalling and scouting bal loons for the United States govern ment. I A circus performance was recently given in the penitentiary in Jackson, Mich., and the convicts enjoyed it thoroughly. A Trenton, N. J., man rec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 August 1902

The Gommoner WILLIATl J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, .' A Vol. 3. No. 32. Lincoln, Nebraska, August 29, 1902. Whole No. 84. dalio Republicans It will now be in order for Secretary Shaw or gome other representative of the Roosevelt ad ministration to take the Idaho republicans to task because of their "treasonable" utterances in state convention assembled at Boise, August 21. On the tariff question the Idaho republicans declared: "That many of the industries of this country have outgrown their infancy and the American manufacturer has entered the mar kets of the world and is successfully compet ing with the manufacturers of all other coun- ' tries. Wo, therefore, favor a revision of the tariff, without unreasonable delay, which will jplace on the free list every article and product controlled by a monopoly." Now this is Indeed an affront to the republi can party. The democratic national platform adopted at Kansas City in 1900 declared: "Tariff laws should be amended by putting the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 August 1902

The Commoner. ' .. "" ft E. W'" ' ' I FK tho banks, but Secrotary Shaw Is at tho bead of the . troasufy dopartment and is both in close touch and in full sympathy with. tho financiers. ,When, ho.doclarcs that wo aro doing business on top of a financial volcano a rogular Mount Polcc his statement must be taken as a reluctant admission of a condition that ho would have gladly con cealed. This is republican prosperity! And to what will republicans attribute tho precarious condi tion? Does a protective tariff put tho country in a position where gross injustice and high-handed extortion must bo meekly submitted to as tho al ternative of a panic? If so, who can defend a protective tariff? Does tho trust system render tho people help less and make thorn impotent to protest against watered stock and fictitious capitalization? If so, who can defond tho trust system? Does tho gold standard supply such an in sufficient quantity of money that the reserves must be loaned and roloaned until our b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 August 1902

3 Aug. a9, 190J Wamo for failure was laid at the door of tho in dolent and thriftless. The speech, polished in language, graceful in delivery and enlivened by flashes of humor, was well calculated (and evi dently intended) to quiet the fears of the young republicans who are growing restive and begin ning to resent corporate domination In their party councils. To show tho possibilities that open before tho young man ho cited the cases of Charles Hayes and William Van Homo, young men who grew up on farms near where ho (Senator Dolll ver) once lived. Hayes is now president of tho Southern Pacific and Mr. (now Sir William) "Van Home is president of the Canadian Pacific. Ad mitting, however, that but few can be railroad presidents, especially if consolidations continue, ho sought to illustrate his argument by taking a case which he thought would appeal to the masses and describe a success within the reach of all. He told of a young man, a model man in habits, who came from Canada and wen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 August 1902

jpppmpNPWf The Commoner. 1: v , Sv ft ? i" . fe r ' .-" The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Kntcrcd nt the postofficc at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second class uinll matter. TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. One Year $1,00 Slxrionllis... 50c Three flonths 35c Single Copy 5c Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 53c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be scut 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 Nc.vr York or Chicago. Do not send individual check, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. 02, means that payment has been received to and including the last Issue of January, 1902 Two weeks are required after money is received before the date on the wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OP ADDRESS.-Subscrlbers Requesting a change of address ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 August 1902

The Commoner, Aug. a9, loba Where Morgan Would Revise. The Trust's Tight Grip. r Mr. Hanna says: "It appears to mo that the logical outcome of events will bo the annexation u of Cuba to the United States." To Rul It more and more becomes cvl- andto dent that the Now York Trl- Stcal. buno knew what It was talking r about when it said that "the Jpurpose of the republican leaders is, first, to ruin and then to steal Cuba.1' Secretary of the Treasury Shaw declared that fcho republican party never attempts to defend a tariff schedule, but does defend The "Principle," ,the protective principle. The Not the Rochester Herald reminds the Schedule. secretary that since tho tariff schedule Is the practical appli cation of tho protective principle, Mr. Shaw's as sertion amounts to a confession that his party is standing for a principle that when reduced to practice Is incapable of defense. A republican newspaper points out that J. pierpont Morgan keeps many of his choicest paintings abroad rath...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 29 August 1902

HRH 'ifryw imT" r-)l 6 The Commoner. rl I It Current Topics. THE AUTOMOBILE HAS ALREADY ESTAB llBhod a reputation in tho man-killing lino. In families whore serious accidents havo oc curred a prejudice against the machine has grown up and relatives "6f tho injured or tho dead au tomobilists havo deemed it their duty to dispose of thoir man-killers. Baron Qeorgo von Bleich rodcr, tho hanker at Berlin, was killed in Juno last and it is said that tho members of his fam ly havo 'given avl.ly or sold theii automobiles. One rolatlvo of tho dead baron sold a French au tomobile that had cost him eleven thousand dol lars for tho sum of fifteen hundred dollars; and in order to further show thoir disapproval tho baron's family nave caused to be buried besido his gravo tho automobile that caused tho baron's death; a very novel penalty, indeed, to bo in flicted upon tho "man-killer." HPHE GERMAN EMPEROR HAS PROVED TO JL bo so lucky in lottery drawings that it has been deemed necessary to explain...

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