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on ae he First Ballot BallotScenes BallotScenes BallotScenes
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iiisis II as City it July 6 Irhe The Democratic DemocraticIHH
IHH lIa ual 1 ticket was completed today byuminatloa by bynomination byuminatlo1 I
nomination of Adlai E Stevenson Stevensonvif I
vi vif i P president resident The nomination nominationinnde nominationH11de nominationmade
made on the first ballot state af afswto aft
f swto liltf t ttP joining in the wild scramble scrambleird
ird their support of the winning winningliiato winning11IIIIatf winningnil
nil 11IIIIatf liiato fate It was not accompanied byst by bysuch b bIdl
such st h frantic demonstration of apf ap apas apas
f as had marked the proceedings proceedingsTVJIUS proceedingsl
TVJIUS l t funs us stages > IiI although the result resultiVfil resultI
I fret 1 < 1 a i spirited and Ht time t1meMhlghh t1meMhlghhlnlltil highly highlyatte highlynttir
lnlltil atte contest between the th advocates advocatesTwm ndvoMltesT
Twm T l acne n Hill and lw lesser er candidates candidatesh <
T Th h i listinrt triumph of the > day d4l in n theI the theif
I V if I iionular ovation
was that ac act acS1
S1 1 t Renator Senator tnttor Hill and its spon sponity sponit sponty
ity it ty and its wild lId enthusiasm t > was wasf
< f f the most notable features the thention thers
i rs r ntion n tiCln has produced It wAs ao aoiinwtl Reo ReIwitI
o I iinwtl nied too t K by a remarkable sceneHill scene sceneM lIC ne neI
I M J Hill earnestly iHotested JKOte ted to his hisagainst hisagainst hisagainst
< against being beln placed in nomi nomii
lr i 11 I and then finding his protest in Int
t t II htu h ii he strode to the platform platformns
ns fl 5 which left no doubt of their theiryitv tht theirs > lr lrt
s yitv r t
earnestly beneeched the coiiiii ClllIn coii
iii n at n not to make him the nominee nomineei nomineeprocedings
T i pmcfedings of the > day da moved movedgnater movedrattr movedfir
gnater fir rattr titer briskness than on the two twoIin twoling
ling Iin Jays Ja s for there was none ofpious of otIiOUN
pious waits over latform > > and andnt andlllttS anduntt
untt nt lllttS t ees es The > aspect of the vast au auum aullTi auum
um was truly Democratic whenion when whenssion hen henIon
ssion Ion began Anticipating thethe the
f the convention the general generalwas I
J was i as admitted freely and as a aurpat arpat
1 great rpat crowds emptied into the thee
t I lh hall not only filling e every rf rfarea
i i seat pat in the area and aisles aislesoverflowing
b overflowing rttowin into the arena re rer
i < > r l delegates while some more moremis moreut
r UI mis ac individuals scaled the thetnirrs thelrItrs theird
tnirrs ird rs and looked down from a
> fight on 30000 people packed be bel
l Ill crowd practically took pos pos
> f the proceeding and at times timesiiMiuin timEStHan timesj
j iiMiuin n tHan and his oiHcers were so soss sos
ss s ii t proceed that they pave up UI
uititudf until the various dem demis demS
> is + S > jr lrnt nt themselves themoelvesE them themselves0wNI ehf1 ehf1O
+ O 0wNI E I DEMONSTRATION
t1 I for nominations Alabama
Minnesota and the latter latteritcd lattertd latteraced
< aced td its young champion ofI of ofit
1 it liranism > and Democracy
A y Towne wne The mention of his hisa
a signal < for a flattering dem demi
i M r l in his honor and men and andad
I i > iind ad in n the outburst outbursti
L i I illy l Iy delegate began to toe rise rl se
F the he e New Yorkers retting to toinJ toanJ toani
inJ for a moment it looked lookedth
h t the th
convention might be farI far farirs earr
irs I r Vet But against thi t this wasuntr was wasi
ill i > nntfr r storm of protestation
I 1 iiint hisses For ten tnmlnutes tnmlnutesi minutes minutesin minutesration
i ration to Tonf lasted
in 1 degrees JJ of intensity
1HE HE RILL BOOM BOOMh
hi h I L aUfiition oil IPlltlon was In
being dl dln dln ll lln
n xcited 1ted group roup in front of
Yrk Y rk delegation dtI Uon with itb Hill as asof asx
x of f a struggling Iftna ling throng thro of ofs
s Thy Th r presccd forward from fromof fromI
I r S of the hall
urging him to tos tolam
> s lam > to be
placed beforeU before rore
non U n The face fa of the New News
is s ii studyas study the demands demandsame
ame un from ail sides He sat satin satttt
in ttt I n rw 11 > u of delegates with ex
Mirphy T1rph on his right and Judge Judges
s I i his immediate te left A Away Away
f i way way was Mr Croker roIIer Hill Hillv 11111utferonsly
v ociforonsly 11 ifron Iy Judge Van an
i
> hi h could not refine
Mur Murrk Murn lur
n rk kfr r pleaded with him to
> ill u of the
convention and ac aepleadings actl ach
tl h >
pleadings
mntinued the
i art re was beard he rd above the
i i iware j > ware a yielded Ided her place toc to
c At t this th tM bulky f term orni of offl
uly fl th the llih
silver
4 tongued t ord or orgf ortblDU
gf d York Mnlwd through tblDU < < the tit titf
f kd 1 aklea a up to the piatH plat pli t
was w X bush
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the hall to hear what word New York
had to offer offerIn offerIn offerIn
In behalf of the united
Democracy
of New > W York shouted
Grady I
pre ¬
sent nt as a candidate candid t for vice president
the th name of Daid Bennett Hill
The effect was W8 electrical and a tidal
wave of enthusiastic
approval
swept
over the
convention
Delegates stood
on their
chairs and waved frantically
not in a few scattered
groups but in
solid
phalanxs Flags and standards
were again mingled in triumphant
pro ¬
cession while a roar as from Niagara
Falls rolled
through the great
struc ¬
tureGrady ture
tureGrady Grady Grad stood there proudly
waiting
for the storm to subside But as he
waited the audience observed a strange
pantomine They saw Hill leave the
New York delegation and push through
tilt throng up to the platform They
could see him
appeal to Grady to
withdraw while
Gradys answer was
apparent from the shake of his head
and his advance to the front of the
platform to continue his nominating
speech When the demonstration had
subsided Grady Grad completed his remarks
placing Hill before the convention
HILLS REFUSAL REFUSALBefore REFUSALBefore REFUSALBefore
Before he stepped from the platform
the man who had just been placed in
nomination took his luce The
sen ¬
ator looked out sternly sternlyeyen even
savagely
on the shouting thousand thoUan When hen he
could be heard he made due acknowl ¬
edgment of the honor done him
But I cannot I must not be the
nominee of this convention he de ¬
clared with explosive emphasis He
was as frequently frequent interrupted with en ¬ I
thusiastic shouts of approval but
when he left the platform the delegates
were firmly convinced from his wards wrtrdsx
and manner that he was us sincerely
desirous ot having his name withheld
It Is probable this alone Prevented
x ihxu A a j
nomination by b
acclamation then and andw
there for the th >
tempe tempestuous tuous spirit mani
fe fested tEd showed hof
that thE >
w con convention u > i > < rili ntlon < UIl was
on feet the point p int of being carried off its
i it was soon apparent that with Hill
out Stevenon was a strong stro favorite
i State after state seconded conded hip nomina
¬
tion Cftftr Georgia < r rI Indiana <
I Virginia Iowa
I Kentucky Illinois Some of the de del c
j I voted friends of Hill still maintained I Irations
I their allegiance to him and the dele
rations of New Jersey Louisiana and
I some others o hErs seconded his nomination
I Maryland Vf l lCarolina
aryland
bringing forward
1 Governor
ITohn John Walter Smith mlth 1Sashington Washln on nam
Ilnlr
James Hamilton Leis North
I Carolina ° nominated Colonel Julian I
f Carr n r
and Ohio
presenting ii b the me name of ofI
A W V Patrick PatrickIt
It was after 2 oclock when wh n the
I seconding stCOndln speeches s he6 many of them
Wearl wearisome ime were concluded
and the theSir theI I
I baliflUn balloting 11f began > f n AI As the > roll was about aboutl
I to he salted Sir r Lewis appeared apJ > e red on the theiriua I I II
I platform and In a few chosen n words w iriua I
I withdrew lthdrl from the contest
STEVENSON WON WONIt
It was soon evident that that Stevenson
had nd a strong lead
At the ck close > w or < thE < >
tall he bad 560 560votes votes which how
ever was not enough tl to nominate the
requlllJte number being CI Hill
199 1 9 votes I1UU had
and Towne
S4 S44 But before
the announct announcement > nu nont > nt of th t the jresult result a aiuia
strong lunged delegate from Tennessee
stood on his chair and
announced
Tennessee chanl changes her e4 t votes from
iuia AIUUI
Hill to Stevenson Steen on
That started the th tide irresistibly
to ¬
ward
Stevenson
From every ecr quarter > r
of the
hall came demands for
recogni ¬
tion Alabama chnnroi changed for < Steven e enrven
son nrven Even New Y York ° rk finally and re revarious re
lutanll tuctantly announced Its change from
Hill to Stfnen Stevenson i
ol1 That ended It it
Stfvtnsons nomination was assured
although for some Orne time longer the
various states continued to reeordthp r 6rd thV i
changes from Towne and otherca other ca1I Ui
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dates U to > Ste Benson On the end the
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nomination was made unanimous unanimous Itsannouncement Its Itsannouncement Its4nnouncementwas
i announcement 4nnouncementwas was cheered with wI h en enthusiastic enfl1usfasUc enthustastic ¬
thusiastic approval appro < lr and again state statestandards astatestandards statestandards
standards and banners were were ere borne borne borneabout borneI
about the building bUlldl n g In tribute to the theparty theparty th thparty
party nominee nomineePROCEEDINGS nomineePROCEEDINGS nomineePROCEEDINGS
I PROCEEDINGS njf IN DETAIL DETAILAt DETAILAt DETA DETAAt
At 1045 a m Chairman Chairman Richardson Richardsonadvanced RichaidsonI Richardsonadvanced
I advanced to the front of the patf J ptattprm ptattprma > Dt4Jrm Dt4JrmI rm rma
a great bouquet of sweet peas in inhand inhandand Inhandand hand handand
I and with a sweep of the gavel cut off offthe offI
the strains of the band slowly stilled stilledthe Stilledthe
the conversation and brought the con convention convention convention ¬
I vention to order for its third days dayswork dayswork dayswork
work But It was some minutes Before Beforethere Deforethere
there was sufUcient u cent quiet qul t for the open opening opening ¬
ing invocation and than th < m the great au audience audience audfence ¬
dience arose while the Rev Rabbi RabbiMayer RabbiMa
Mayer Ma er of Kansas ansas Cty delivered a aprayer apmyer aprayer
prayer breathing tha th sense of responsibllity responsi responsibility responsibility ¬
bility resting upon the convention conventionI
I Immediately following the prayer pra er the thecall thecall
call of states began for the purpose of ofmaking orI ofmaking
I making nominations for the vice lce presi presidency Presldencr presi
dency Great confusion confuslonurevalled prevailed and andj andver
j very ver few of the delegates Were ere aware awareof awareof awareI
I of what hat was going on until Alabamaand Alabama Alabamaand Alabamaand
and Arkansas had been passed ssed and andCalifornia andCa1iforna
I California had been called calledThen
Then the doughty form and florid floridface floridCace floridface
face of Senator White emerged from fromthe Cromthe fromthe
the CaMfornlans nnd in stentorian stentoriantones stentornntones
tones he demanded to know what was wasgoing wasg wasgoing
going g lng on and that the aisles be clearedof cleared clearedef cl ared aredef
ef tHe disorderly intruders When the thechairman thechlurma1 thechairman
chairman res responded ended > thai tb California Californiaw lslforniawas
I w was as Jjfeirie called loi rb Ui ijmnations ijmnationsSenator Hnation Hnationnator nations nationsSenator
Senator nator White sinnounecd Anl untM that California Cali Cnlifornin
j fornia yielded to Arkansas ArltaJ1sasI Arkansasarkansas
j Arkansas yields to Illinois to nlace nlacein na nlacein e ein
in iomlnation Atllai Adt1Eo E f Stle Stjevenson ten80n renson ofIllinois of ofj
j Illinois shouted Jefferson Das thej the
j i Democratic Dcm ratlc candidate for srovcrnor of ofArkansas ofArkansas ofArkansas
Arkansas standing on a chair and re rej rerecrivln
j recrivln coivJnjr a cheer for his mention ncn on of orI
I Stevenson StevensonI StevensonNow
i I Now all business was su sU9ended enffed as asrthe as
jthe the confusion had become ccme so soovehHWi soovehHWiI soovei overjiow overjiowI ow
I f ering that the call of the thescerotarycwas secretarywas
inaudible above the roar The police ooUeeand
land and serseanta sreanw sergeantsvfiiarirS ttarms tarIls sttjHggiodvaiB snn gtod
ly to disperse the mob which was nowwell now nowwell
well nigh in control of the floor fioore1 Men I
fought to retain their places plttc s andthere andtherewere and there therewere therewere
were many exciting encounters w which iich iichat 1IChat
at times threatened tooracDitate toZJlG ltale a
fight under the eyes of the multitude I
It took fifteen fifteenm minutes minutestbrestore Inutes torestore t rostore somesemblance some somesemblance some
semblance of order and then the thespokesman thespokesman thespokesman I
spokesman for forIUlnoii Illinois Illtnol Representative Re > restm tive
James Williamspresented Williams prese presented dted the name name of
Stevenson StevensonSTEVENSON SteensonSTEVENSON StevensonSTEVENSON
STEVENSON PRESENTED PEJ2SEHTEDMr
Mr Williams said Saki
Gentlemen of the t convention colt con ntlon > Il Il ¬
linois l nols is grateful to Arkansas for this
evidence of liar h l r r recef rq re a Th the > = ualted I
Democracy of otiIIU1 JHIno Illin i desircs d irs to pre =
sent to this convention ccnwm hl for the th vice
president of the th theLed United U 1tef Katrc a t Demo ¬
crat cheers cheersme one itlio wb drew Ircw his first
breftth lironfVi br th from r the w > c yu Jut ue a DewTatc Demo nJ rate mro at
mospht of old K I < < ky Cheers i j
One lne bazed ba zed in the at a al = 3 glowing glowing
Democracy of o Illia Li one who has
stood squarely on n srr rtr ry Dnnocratic D ocratie j
platform since Sice11e fie tecnm a voter one I Iho
who ho has twice tWI ceo represented rtP Dted 19 lza < t
a district oirwhehnqly ae rj
im fi vhoaIs 1ho s n Jttt arugh rider lliit5 q iti h
8Jft w Ift ride rl cr cheers not a warrio warriorhint iior but b t
a a statesman statesm n A man who stands for f hl1 I
civil government against military rule 1
a man who whobelfces believes that a president of I
the United States who ignores the con
stitution as the present Republican
president has done must be one who j jContinued I
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Kansas City July Jul 6 GThe The national nationalcommittee
committee of the Democratic party
met at the Kansas City club after the theadjournment theadjournment
adjournment of their convention and
immediately organized Senator Jones
who was not a member of the commit ¬
tee remained outside until the prelim ¬
inaries were over Thomas Taggart Tl gart
of Indiana who has been mentioned
as a possible chairman nominated Sen ¬
ator Jones for reelectJon re eleeton andhe and he re ¬
ceived the unanimous vote
The senator was sent for and in ac ¬
cepting the chairmanship said that the
committee entered the th campaign in
much better shale than four years ago
Then the members mEm S wore all new and
untried in party affairs which had boon
in the hands of men who were over ¬
thrown in the great Issues dominating
the 1896 convention Now they had
a complete organization and were ready readyand read
to go ahead and make the best fight
possible He comJimented the action
or the convention both as ta platform m
and the candidates candidatesThe
The matter of selecting the executive
committee was left eft to Chairman Joni Jones
who will make the appointments after
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he has had time for considerationIunderstood considerationJt t
is understood that many of the memr memrbers inem inembets nem nembers
bers of the last committee will willchosen be bechosen bechosen
chosen chosenA
A committee consisting of o Tillman o of
South Carolina Johnson JohnsonoIndiana qt Indiana a
Williams of Massachusetts Osborne o of f
Wyoming and Wilson of Idaho > was as apr aprpointed at >
pointed to confer with representatives representativesof 8
of the Populist and silver Republican Republicanparties Republicanparties Republicaparties n
parties as to the best plan of cam campaign camalgn ¬
paignThe paign paignThe > algnThe
The contests for national committee committeemen
men from the District of Columbia and an
T jt i ni11 ni11referred
Indian and Oklahoma
territories wer werreferred werreferred g
referred to a committee conalstnir conalstniriano <
Jones of Arlan Arkansas ns Blanchard of BtfutV Ldul
iano Stone of Missouri Tagpart Tag rt 61 a In ¬
diana Gahan of Illinois and Ryan of
Wisconsin WisconsinA
A delegation from Columbus pre presented pre presented pr prseated e ¬
sented the claims of that city as head h hpa hpaquarters ad d ¬
quarters of the campaign The matter matte mattei dr r
was i as referred r ferred to the executive commit r
tee but Senator Jones told the delega dele ¬
tion that the city which presented the th
best facilities for e
carrying on the cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign would be selected whether thcommittee the thecommittee th thcommittee e
committee liked the city or not
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Special to The Herald from a Staff Corre Correspondent CorrefmdenL Corres ¬
s spondent spondentKansas fmdenLKansas ondent ondentKansas
Kansas City Clt July 6 GAtn 6At At 31 minutes minutesafter minut minut3 minutesafter
after 3 oclock oclo k this afternoon the na national national national ¬
tional convention of the Democratic Democraticparty Democraticpart Democraticparty
party was declared by ChairmanRichardson Chairman ChairmanRichardson ChairmanI
I Richardson Richardson to be adjourned withoutdelay without withoutj withoutdel2Y
j delay delayI
I I Within half an hour afterward most mostof mostof
of the Utah people who have been beenhere beenI beenhere
here during the hot and exciting time tlmeor time timeof
of the last few days were gathered gatheredheadquarters in inheadquarters Inhtadquarters
I headquarters at the Baltimore Those Thosewho Thosewho Thosewho
who are going home by different routessaid routes routessaid routessaid
said goodbye to one another and ex oxchanged exchanged exchanged ¬
changed congratulations on what h hall to toall toall
all of them has been a most enjoy enjoyable enjoyable enjoyable ¬
able outing outingj outingThe
j The one e session n of the convention lo loI tor tordav to today
day d was full r fs of Incident 1 i tmE Ever since sinceearly sinceearly I
I early morning it has looked like asure a asure aI
I sure thing for Stevenson Stevenson for forafter for vice vicepresident vicepresident
president but a short while after a afterpresident the theconvention thecorlvenUon
convention opened a stampede stampedea stampedeHill toward towardHill towardHill
Hill seemed imminent The reconstructed recon reconstructed reconstructed ¬
structed New Yorker himself stemmed stemmedthe stemmedthe stemmedthe
the tide by b declaring in an impassion impassioned ¬
ed speech s > eech that he did not want thenomination thenomination the thenomination
nomination and that his friends were wereplacing wereplacing
wire wireplacing
placing him in a very embarrassingbefore embarrassing embarrassingposition embarrassingposition
position by keeping his name name before beforethe berorethe
the convention By the time Utah n was wasreached wasreached f s sreached
reached It was seen that the Illinois Illinoisman Illinoisman Illinoisman
man was sure to win He had within withina withintwo ho
a very few votes otes of the required requiredthirds two twothirds twothirds
thirds and an with w h other o her states that were weresure weresure
sure for him he would pass the neces necessary necessary necesgory ¬
sary murber murberThe nuberThe
The delegation then held a hasty lit little littIe littie ¬
tIe caucus Judge Weber and nr nrHorn Mr MrHorn MrHorn
Horn both preferred Towne to Steven Stevenson Stelrenson Stet Stetson ¬
son but they the did no not wish to seem seemobstinate seemobstinate sec secobstinate m
obstinate Accordingly they agreed agreedMrs to tovote tovote o
vote with Mrs CohenSenator Cohen Senator Rawlins RawlinsMr RawlinsMr
DirKnox Mr Knox and Mr Thatcher as a unit unitMy unitM unitMg
My M Knox cast the vote he in strong strongclear strongclear ° >
clear tones that could be heard all allPLATFORM aUPLArFORM al 1
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INCOME INCO I IKansas rE TAX PLANK PLANKKansas PLANKKansas PL 4kNz
Kansas City Cit July 6 6The The income tax taxwas taxw tai r
was w left out of the platform as adopted adoptedby I
by l > ythe the convention comren convention ion and the attention attentionof attentionthe
of the Democratic Demi > cratfc leaders was called calledto call callto
to it early in the day da Senator Jones Joneschairman JoneschaIrman
chairman of the committee on resolu resolutions resolutions ¬
tions intended to make a motion to tohave tohave t thave o
have the Income tax t x provision Inserted InsertedHe InsertedHe
He did not make the motion however howeverand howeverad
and it is not Included in the platform platformIt
It was stated tonight that the reaffirm reafflrmatjon reaffirmatJon
atongt atjon of the principles of the Chicago Chicagoplatform Chicagoplatform Chita 60
platform included the income tax Z pro provision ro rovilon rovision ¬
vision
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JUTAH tLJTN1csT CAST SIX VOTES VOTESFOR tWTESFOR
FOR ADLAI 1i STEVENSON STEVENSONtAnu STEVENSAnnbuIlCement
Announcement U tement Was Greeted With Hearty Cheers in inthe inI inthe inthe
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I the ConventionPredict Convention Predict a Victory I
over the hall hi n He said Utah casts
her six votes for that matchless son sonof sonor
of Illinois that trueand tried Demo Democrat Democrat Democrat ¬
crat Adlai E Stevenson StevensonThe Ste StevensonThe nson nsonThe
The announcement was greeted with witha witha
a salvo of cheers and the call was wasproceeded wasproceeded
proceeded with withThe withThe withThe
The Idaho delegation was split up I
between betweenHUI Hill and nd Towne Those voting I
for Hill were Reed Dewey Dewe and Mc Mcarland j
Farland F The Towne men were Bing
ham Brown and Stockslager Nearly Nearlyall early I
all of the Idahoans started s arted tonight for I
home homeThe homeThe homeThe I
The Utahns are highly pleased with
the nominations and predict that the I
ticket will be elected next November
They are also satisfied with the trip
they are now on the fag end of ofEverybody ofEverybody
Everybody Ee body is Iqud in praise of Na National National National ¬ I
tional Committeeman Dunbar for his
indefatigable services Secretary
Walsh W lsh of the national committee commltt e yes yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬ I
terday terda asked if any part of the popu population population population ¬
lation of Utah had stayed at home H He e i
judged that th t the e state was depopulated depopulatedon
on account of the number of requests requestsfor requestsfor requestsfor
for tickets made by Mr Dunbar AH AHwho AlIwho Allwho
who wanted to visit isIt the convention hatvisited Kali Kalivisited i ivilted
visited and while visitors isl ors from other otherstates otherstates othestates r
states were compelled to purchase purchasetickets purchasetickets purchastickets e
tickets from speculators F > eculators at from 55 5 to t o eo I
35 25 each Utah had enough and t tspare to tospare o
spare spareMrs spareMrs spareMrs I
Mrs Cohen said at the close of the theconvention th thconvention e I
convention that she had enjoyed it itmore i imore t i
more than she he could say She was wasspecially W as i ispecially
specially pleased leased with the uniformly
fair and courteous treatment accorded accordedher accord accordher ed
her by representatives of the press
both of Kansas City and of other otherpoints otherpoints ochepoints r I
points pointsThe pointsThe
The Utahne have not changed < the theprogramme th e
programme outlined for them in th the thetelegrams e I
telegrams of last night They leave leavesingly leavesinly leav e
singly and in groups for home or other otherpoints otherpOint othepoints
points tonight and during urmg the next nextfew nextfew Wes Wesfew t
few days JOEL L PRIEST PRIESTTHE PRIESTTHE
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REPUBLICANS REPUBLICANSENDORSE REPULCSENRSESTVEt1SON
ENDORSE ENRSESTVEt1SON ENRSESTVEt1SONBryan STEVENSON STEVENSONBrya
Bryan Nominated by Acclamation Acclamation And Second Place PlaceLeft PlaceLeft
Left Vacant Vacantt VacantTOwne
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I Town TOwne Declined Nmnination Nomination and the Matter Was Referred Referredto
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+ f Whit W1i Declined the Silver Bepublican N Nomination min tion For Vice President Presidents residentand +
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Kansas City Mo July 6 6The The national committee of ofIthz ofth ofthe
the th Silver iiver Repubicans has decided to endorse Stevenson StevensonTh StevensonThe
Th Populist committee has not yet decided what it will willGeneral willdo willdo
do °
> General Weaver of Iowa of ofthe the Populist committee says saysthere saysthere
there is only one thing now for the Populists to do which is isfo isfo isfo
fo withdraw w Towne and support Stevenson
Kansas City Cit July GArter 6 After a long longand 10Dgand longand
and exciting debate during durin which itlooked it itlooked i ilooked
looked several se ral times as if Mr Charles CharlesA
A Towne would be nominated oomnat d for vice vicepresident vicepresident vicepresident
president in spite of his protest prot 3t against againstsuch againstsuch I
such action the nationalconvention national e Re tion of ofthe
the silver Republican Rep blean party rty adjourn adjourned adjourned ¬
ed sine sine die without making a nomina nomination nomination ootaination ¬ I
tion the whole wh hle 1e matter being referred to tothe tothe tothe i
the national committee with power to toact ioact 0 0aCL
act actW
W j Bryan was was Wa made the unantmousoice unani unanimous unanimous ¬
mous mousoice cjioice of the convention < onventi 1 for pres president pIeSIdent presdent ¬
ident i < during the morning session it > n and andit andt Jld Jldit
it i t was the intention to complete the theticket theticketn theticket
ticket ticketn Ix n the afternoon by the nomi nomination oomlnation nomiation ¬
nation n of former Cnn Congressman eJJ8nan Towne TowneThe TowneThe TowneThe
The action of the Democratic conven convention lOnventfon convenion ¬
ion t however ho > er n nplrlngAdlai placing Adlai tteven ttevenson tt t = zlen zlenson Jten Jtenson
son in nomination cck the d dd deLa Ugat gat > 3 oT oTtheir 0 Ttheir Y Ytheir
their feet f ct but most ot of thein thelJt asserted a t < + srted srtedlhelr rted i
their determination to nominate Mr Ir r i iTowne I
Towne notwithstanding For two hnus hangSenator i iSenator I ISenator
Senator Teller former Congressman CongressmanShafroth Con1fi1I1nnShafrot GonreasmanShofroth
Shafroth 1 of Colorado and Chsarile Cf dle of ofIndiana orIndiala ofIndiana
Indiana and others othe math ma spqtches sp hems in infavor isfavor
favor of endorsing fndorsin the Democratic Democraticticket Democratitieket Democraticticket I
ticket but it wan wa not n t untilTo until Toae rae him himself himselr
self appeared and andal appealed ecl d ta tQthe the con j jvention i ivenUon
vention not n > t to nominate hm h n bat to toconcentrate tooncentrate I
concentrate C their force that thedeaa the th dete detegates de I Igates t tgates
gates calmed down and th the > Tee pcesidentlal pcesi pcesidential peiiiden
dential den ialnominatiOn nomination was rfjfer r er eried ed to the thej thenatlOnal thenational
j national committeeOPENING committee committeeI committeeOPETING
I OPENING OF COVE2Iriok COVE2IriokThe CONVENTIOLThe
The delegates were very ver hte fete in as assembling assembling assembling ¬ I
sembling notwithstanding practically practicallyall Rlcdcallall
all the important work of the conreii conreiition
tion was scheduled for Ot today to < < ay lit was waspast w wpast as aspast I
past 10 oclock when hen Chairman Chai n Brown Brownrapped Brownrapled n
rapped for order For a a few e minutes minutesj minus as I IJre
j previous Jre ious to convening com enint nln the drtasates drtasateswere d di gat gatwere tes teswere es
were entertained by speeches and pray Imycrs ray rayers
ers delivered from a phonograph and andthis I Ithis
this resulted in n one rather tonchin a
i incident The prayer delivered by Dr DrBigelow DrBigelow DrBigeloww
Bigelow of Cincinnati at the Kjening Kjeningof Uenln g
of the convention OOIIiVt > ntlon and anrlYhlc which brouzht brouzhtcheers hr mrht gt t
cheers from the delegateswas delegates nuJ repeated repeatedamid ecea ed
amid dead ead silence At its conclusion conclusiona n
a whiteheaded delegate from Ohio Ohiostarted Ohl no o
started singing Jolts Jo ln Browas s Body
i One by one the delegates Joined in n the theold theold t he m
old war song song until the auditorium audtto um rang rangwith ran5with ran ranwith g
with the thunder of a thousand voices voicesA
A committee was U appointed a > ted to It invite inviteformer e
former Assistant Ast = stant Secretary Webster WebsterDavis r
Davis to address addr 8S tie convention conventioni
i PLATF0 PLATFOB3I 1 GAD LEADThe f fThecommittee
Thecommittee The eotnmittce on resolutions an announced ¬
nounced that it t jrss as ready readYte = te report reportand reportand P Ot Otand
and D CTillotson C CTllloti Tillotson en of Ka I isaaKe u City took tookthe tookthe toolthe
the ptetform torm to rend the p igrtys rrt1s dedaration de declaration declaration ¬
claration of principles Great G cheeringreeted cheering cheeringgreeted cheeringgreeted S
greeted the reading of the 8I1terp silver plank plankthe nk nkthe n I Ithe
the endorsement en rse ent of the initiative and andreferendum andreferendum an anreferendum d
referendum and the Nicaragua canal canalThe canalThe aftftlThe
The rrst n 4st enthusiastic demonatratiooccurred demonstration demonstrationoccurred demon3tlutonoccurred
occurred when wh n the speaker read the theplank thepiank th thplank e
plank extending sympathy to t the Doer Doerthe Doorthe Doerrthe
the delegates rising en masse m se and andcheerins andcheerie an ancheering d
cheering for over a minute Duebursof Outbn Outbursts Outburstsof t tot
of applause occurred OC lrr4 = frequently fretJJentlythroughout froOFentithroughout frequentlythroughout Y
throughout the rea reading lft arid a atld atIts atJtsCQ atJtsCQclusion abttscanThen con conclusion ¬
clusion clusionThen
Then Th n an interruotion interrutitioci occurred occurred f Th The Thetraveling Thetrav 0 0traveling
traveling trav Ung mens Bryan Br an club of Lincoln Lincolnheaded Lincolnheaded Lincolheaded n
headed by a brass hand marched into intothe intothehaU tnt tntthe no o
the thehaU hall and on to the stand The band bandstarted bandstarted ban banstarted d
started The Star Spangled Bannerand Banner Bannerand BannerandMt
and andMt Mr THlotson turning tumln from his hismanuscript hismanWUipL hi himanuscript s
manuscript led the delegates in sing singingthe sln slningthe g ¬ i
ingthe anthem anth m i iVdenQutethad
W WJ1 VdenQutethad ea n qulethad been bi > Et1 restored a dele delegate1 delgate Ielegate I ¬ I
gate offered a substitute for the Nic Nicaragua NIIaragnaplank ¬ i iaragna
aragua aragnaplank plank favoring the speedy I Iconstruction j I
i construction of the Nicaraguan canal Cana
to be built owned and lefeaded e ded by the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government of the United StatesThis States StatesThis StatesThis
This was adopted adoptedThe adoptedThe adoptedThe
The oiatform as amended was thenadopted then thenadopted titanadopted
adopted with a thunder of Ayes AyesA AyesA yes yesA
A wrangle ensued over ov r the iRtroduc istroduction iRtroduction iRtrodution
tion of a resolution by b a Nebraska del delegate delegate delgate ¬
egate e making the portrait of LiMria LjeeIathe Llfoelsthe LiMriathe
the party emblem Congressman Congre smaR Sfeaf Sfeafroth SItatroth Sltafroth
roth of Colorado objected en Ii the theground tMground
ground that such action would make makethe makethe makethe
the ballots illegal in several states statesThe statesThe statesThe
The resolution was finally fin lly withdrawn with withdrawn withdrawn ¬
drawn drawnWe drawnWANTED drawnWANTED
WANTED TOW1JE TOW1JEVe TOWNEWe
We would like to hear from the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee on conference shouted a adelegate adele a adelegate
delegate delegateThe dele delegateThe te teThe
The committee is still in sessionsaid session sessionsaid sessiongaid
said Senator Teller There has bees beeano be beno beesno
no formal expression by the Democrat Democratic ¬
ic members but I betray betra BO confideaee eoaiideacewhen confideaeewhen oon DCe DCewhen
when I say sa a majority of the members membersare mem me ens ensare
abets abetsare
are friends of Mr Towne Let us s do dowhat 00what dowhat
what the friends of Mr Tow Towne e ia the theDemocratic theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic convention want ant us to do dowait dowait dowait
wait and give them a chance to tothe show showthe sttovrthe
the convention that Mr Towne is tile tbelogical tilelogical theogical
logical l candidate of the Democraticparty Democraticarty Democratic Democraticparty
party partyBut partyBut p artyBut
But there is no objection to nomi nominating BtMR BtMRnaUng aeixigating ¬
gating Bryan now no is there asked askedi askeddelegate a adelegate
i delegate delegateNo delegateNo
No sir replied Senator Teller He HeI Hehas Hehas
I has been nominated for the past fear foec3BYAIT f f7ears fearrears
rears rearsBBYAN 7earsBRYAN
BRYAN NOMINATED NOMINATEDA
A storm of cheers came from Ute del delegates delegates delegates ¬
egates at the mention of Bryans name nameSenator B8JIteSenator
Senator Teller though stilt hoarse hoal hoalfrom
I from his speech of Wednesday Yedne ay thenIaunched then thenI
I launched into an eloquent tribute to toW toV toW
W V J Bryan He knew every other otheri oth < <
i Democrat of prominence in the party partyf partyand partyand
f and he asserted that there was as none noneof
of them who had a a ghost of a a chance chanceof
of a nomination nor had they had any anysuch anysuch anysuch
such chance since 18 18Senator ISSi
Senator Tellers eulogy eul of Bryan be became became ¬
came fervid and the speaker alluded tohim to tohim tohim
him as the Lincoln of the silver Re Republican ¬
publican party partySenator partySenator
Senator Teller in conclusion placed placedWilliam pia placedJ
William J Bryan B an in nomination as the thecandidate tBeC8Ddidate
candidate for president of the silver silverRepublican silverRepublican
Republican party partyLong
Long continued cheering followed folbwoxinomination the thenomination tBenomination
nomination Delegates stood on their theirchairs
chairs waved hats and nags aad aadshouted aadshouted sadshouted
shouted acclaims of the Nebraska Nebraskastatesman NeIKaskastatesman Nebraskastatesman
statesman until they th y could shout BO BOmore DOmore nomore
more moreH
H S Hazard of California made the thefirst tltefirst
first seconding speech of the Bomioa Bomioation DOmID8tion nomiaei
i tion of Bryan and be was followed followedbt followedbtSenator b bSenator bj bjSenator <
Senator Ransom of Nebraska who de declared dedared ¬
dared that the silver Republicans of ofNebraska oti o
i Nebraska were not for Bryan because becausei
i he was from Nebraska but because he hef heis
f is an American and has no English Englishideas EnglishSenator
ideas Senator Ransom concluded concludedI concludedWe
I We Ve nominate him as the incarnation incarnationand
and personification of Americanism AmericanismBrief AmerlcanlsmBrief AitiericattismBrief
Brief seconding speeches were ere also ateomade
made by b Lieutenant Governor Huteh HutehInson Hutehirson Hutchinson
Inson of Idaho Captain CaptainH H B Lason e eSouth QSouth
South Dakota H A Turner of Kate Kansas ¬
sas Judge > Van Voorhis of Indiana IndianaJudge IndianaJudge I
Judge Spurrier of Iowa S L Cary of ofLouisiana orLouisiana
Louisiana Judge Jud e S W Hopkins of ofMichigan otl1lchlgan
Michigan W V T Foster of Missouri Missourithe Missourithe
the latter being cheered for stating he heseconded heseconded
seconded the nomination o of Bryan E Iln in tobehalf
behalf of twentyfive members of the theMissouri
Missouri delegation who 110 voted for Fre Fremont F Fmont Fmmoat ¬
mont seventy who voted for Lincoln Lincolnand Lincolnand
and 100 ioo who served in the civil war
j Judge George Groot of Ohio wasgiven wasgiven was wasgiven
given an ovation otti n when he concluded

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