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T*nlght and W*dn*e-lay—Fair) .■.*!«.
W*dn*adsy— Fretr, I* Brisk W*t» Wind*.
NIGHT EDITION
REPUBLICAN CONVENTION
GETS DOWN TO BUSINESS
O. P. LEADERS ORGANIZE THE 810 LOVE FEAST AT CHICO
CO— ROOSEVELT'S NAME OR EETEO WITH TREMENDOUS AP
r*LAUSE
(By Betlie. New* Assn.)
CIUCAOO. Jun* IL—With Hag*
flying, ban-is playing and amidst a
' i-rfci t din of hurrahing th* He pub*
llean natl"iwl conventlun ctuivnied
in th* Coliseum shortly after noon
today.
Till eovetillon hall presented *
brim*tn seen* of color. Hanging **
a sort .1 canopy abov* Ihe single
gallery long featonned strips of red.
whit* and blue bunting atrrtchett
from en,l to end on ... ii *ld* ef the
vast ainplthaater Prom «*• point
wh.ie the tin..' was caught up
w.i* suspended a tars* hanging Baa-
Bet filled with graceful ferns. Abov*
every second —a* there waa taste
fully arranged a group of five Amer
ican flags ii Ihe bosom ef who**
folds reposed * picture of President
•nusri.it between these stand* of
flaga bough* of trees w*re placed.
** Ul* green foliage affording * plea*
ant relief to the ry*.
Ta* steel t; t |*rs on the way to
the roof were entwined with green
foliage an l each gtrder bore anothrr
portrait of the preatdenL
At the south end of th* hall on a
temporary stand was the First regl
sej,, po,Mmt,, At th* north *nd wss
strung a large placard announcing:
"t'nder thla banner Harrlaoß snd
-. Klnlt r were twice nominated."
Aa turner oil painting of the
Ist* Senator ltanna. lighted from
abov* by •lextrtclty and draped
TUB .TEMPORARY CHAIRMAN OP THfl RK!*L*RtrtGAN CONVKN*
TIUN IH l.*(-M.i:i.|-TAII V OK Wall 1.1.i1l RuOT.
HAS TROUBLES OF HIS OWN
U. S. Senator John C. Sjiooncr.
with flags, was suspended directly
over the speaker's pint form, In. Ii
was finished In dark flemish oak,
» .Hi the exception of the chair an.
desk of the presiding officer, whit
was mahogany.
Vice Chairman Payne waa *up
plscd with two gavels, one great
mullet time im In* In -meter an 1
six Inches lung a "storm gave!."
and th* other for ordinary condi
-1 tions, a handsome little affair of
rt'-.i-»eHi.l. decorated with a gold
band and bearing the name and ti
tle, similar to the gatrl provided for
Temporary Chairman Hotel and
Permanent Chairman Cannon.
The officers of Ihe convention
! matte it" appearance on the
platform at I* In o'clock it telle
very few prupl* w*r* in th*
hall. About i I o'clock th* Coli
seum began to tiii. Ih* eartteat
arrivals being four women alter*
natr* from Idaho, Utah and Colora
do, Half an hour later not nmri
than 'ii delegates were In their aeala
The first full delegation to appear
, a** that from Delaware, under Ad
dicks' Irat'erahlp,
The Oklahoma men with tin.
breroa came nesL
The first applause of Ih* day from
, the galleries ..in. with the advent
ef a party nt iowait* with Bcnator
Altlaon al Its head,
sen ,i>.i. |r, |. vt *nd Cullon wer*
the recipient* of applause, which
doubled ■ few minute* later when
LEADING FIGURES IN THE LIMELIGHT AT THE BIG G. 0. P. BLOW-OUT AT CHICAGO
The Seattle Star
IKAI M I VVASIUNQTON.TUI.SDAY, JUNK $8, 1904
Uncle Jo* I'allium *nteied with t'or
neltu* ltlUs.
At 11:41 o'clock 1.-tin e-t. r tleti
eisl Pa>ne, presiding officer, until*
111. Wat/ In the |.l.it fin 111, iii.i.tti
lieiii.il by Trni iMirnry I'ti.lrmnn
Itttot and every ott* lit th* hall Joined
Vn greeting them with cheers.
The Mr!, gules now cam* In droves
and In in minute* nearly all were
present, but th* galleries tsete nut
half full. K»w i. 11. - wer* pt**ent
compared with previous run vent Inn*.
'1 tie first real enthusiasm cum*
when Sen4ll.l Pair banks with the
Indian* delegation entereil the hall
The people howled and clapped, but
It v. 1. ail over In a few second* |
ijuiet reigned again.
The prellniliiatle* had been so
mild that this enthusiastic aliening
Is hailed as * good ton. 11 Unci* Jo*
I'.inn.ni »or* an expan.lve stiill*
when the che«r swelled up fnr Men*
Btor 1iii1..!..' II made 1 1 .in Ihe
tact that th* delegatee had boarded
ititie I'.iiil'.itihs wagon.
Ma tea I * "*•" handed bung
starter Chairman Payli* rapped for
erd*r.
Th* .tinientlnn MMA railed to or
der ,- 12. it p. m. He. J P. f-'ruat.
pastor of th* Methodist Episcopal
church at Kvanstnn. 111., aa. Intro
duced and he pronounced a short
Invocation.
At th* conclusion Of th* prayer
Senator Hcott prr**nted Chairman
Pays* with a gavel on behalf of the
Chicago committee. Th* ebslrman
expressed his th.ite.lt and John R
Mall. of Ohio, the reading clerk,
then read lb* tall for th* tout en
tion.
At i: *7 p. m . »hen the late
Sen.- Hsnna's tine ws* read as
signing the call an outburst of ap
plause «re. ted It
At 11:11 Chairman I'.ine Intro
dured EHho Hoot. form*r seeretsry
of »»r. as temporary ' airman
Gov, Odell. of New York, moved
th* approval of (h* selection of Mr.
Root s* temporary chairman and
the vol* ... unanimous fur ap
arrival
Mr. Root was greeted *lth en
thusiastic applause . In M,» midst
Ot this a picture ot President !t--..»e.
velt was displayed from tlie plat
form without stirs, tine murh at
tention It was promptly removed.
Chairman Hoot then began hi*
speech In a tow voir* aad h* ws*
Interrupted with calls of "Loader .**
'er '
Chairman Root was frequently la
terrtipted with applaaat Itts de
scription of ihe splendid flnsnctal
condition of th* country brought
out volleys of cheers. Ills reference
to lb* benefit '• result nf the oc
cupation of the Philippine* was
wildly cheered as was th* Psßsma
paragraph
At I:4S Root concluded, but Jutt
bsib** finishing hi* address th*
former •erretary brought th* con-
vention to Its reel with a beautiful
tribute to th* memory of th* lata
President MrKlntey snd Senator
Harms saying:
"And with M. Kinley we remem
ber Hanna with affection aad sor
row—bit great lieutenant They are
nether again.**
Ills I tiding remarks a pretty
compliment to President Roosevelt,
called forth deafening applans*.
Root ssld: "Com* what may here
come what mar In November. Ood
grant that thus* qualities of brsv*
true manhi-nd shall hay* honor
throughout America, shall b* held
for an example In every home, and
that the youth of generation* to 1
com* my grow tip to feel that it Is
WANTS 'EM TO FORG ET MORMON ISM
■_.
U. S. Senator Reed moot.
I Hi: COLISEUM. CIIICAOO. IN Vt 11.l I HOOSEVELT WILL UK NOMINATED,
Bit thousand .even hundred parsons grllßaied In th* Coliseum today to participate In anil wll-
B*aa th* opening of the Q. O. P. ix.***_liaa There would bate turn twlc* i.at many pcopl* in at*
teintait. r. but for th* .ttlit regulatloaa promulgated by the city gover ntnent since thl Irot-uols disaster.
The Coliseum will .... people and only that many But Inside a* a rasulL Bpectator's admis
sion ttrkets ar* st a premium, lime si* MS delegate* and a* many alternate* In seats on Ih* floor.
I m formed messenger* deliver r-'iutvi from th* twelve lout distance telepbon* booths and th* tele
graph offtr* under th* stag* floor. itafctßtl th* sp**ker*a .tail Is th* division allotted to the dlttln
gulshesl tne»t« and m. in litis that ar* th* seals of 100 newspaper correspondent*
Twnitv five stenographer* snd '"legraad. OBSsTßlof* la th* *ervlc* of various news bureau* snd pre**
-_.-- it. are seated st tables just b*lo* the ipesker's tabls. Th* hand Is elevated on a stand abov*
th* s~ mid gallery. '
Adjoining th* auditorium Is sn Bert, i that was built from .m mat-rial* In th* old Utihy prison. In
thla annes are th* room* of th* national rsißimllte*- an subcororattt**-.. Retiring rooms for ladles snd
smoking rooms for en are appreciated convenience-. "Hplrltual comfort" for th* thirsty Is not to
be had anywhere shout the building, ail efforts on th* part of liquor reader* to sarure concessions st enor
mous prtr** hsvlei failed. Not *v*B the lo«ly 'am aandwl. may be obtained within th* walls
better than wealth, or offle*. or
power, lo bale th* ille.lv th*
purity, *nd th* courage of Theodore
It. ..nil H."
At lilt P m. the teml-nrsry of
fliers elected by Ihe nattonsl coin*
mill** w*r* approved on.lh* mo
lion of -senator Hick of Ohio. Th*
rule* of the last eonvenllun were
adopted mi the motto* of Carter of
Montana.
At lilt **t. m- oa the" mot Inn of
Srt.it. r Ptirsh»r of Ohio, .... r |.- 1
by ***n.t..t lleyhurn of Idaho Ihe
convention agieed to *•*! Ih. l'orto
It:- ■• .'. 1 I'l Hi. .in* delegate*.
On motion of -tenatnr Mc-foma* af
Maryland the roll call wa* taken and
th* announcement of standing com*
ii.inees mad*.
Al 3 10 IX m. th* lemtlilil ll*t
of commitl*** ••• read ad th* east*
v. I-*nn ,i tj -_iree.i until tomorrow.
ALL FOR TEDDY
CriUCAOO. 111. Jun* 21. — It Is B
, Hiei.evrM convention now Th*
i haua* Baa com* with the arrival
of the (real Bin of delegates snd
thousands of hostllng Republican*.
Ob (his. th* opening day of th*
convention. Roosevelt badge* gator* j
adorn th* coats of men to he seen
on th* streets the met not r**is
tered among th* leaders In parlor
conferences
t'litll Monday th* leader* held
full away. They were of th* old
! guard of the ma.hine urgantis
who** on* great purpo** ana to
p*ri-a-i na'e their rule. Some of them
wer* • nti Roo**v*N men and la
their eye* th* ;-re*ldent was a i«.
litic*! at. Idi nt. Bibs had to It*
given Baa rmMMMMMMUAA by fore* of
circumstances.
The. threw cold wster on RctCise
vslt wtUnMt whenever It appear
ed snd Ignored lb* president tn con
v.ntt. srrsngemrnts snd evea hsd
not a thought of him In plaoalng
th* dttcorstlons. Mutt Important of
sIL they*decided thst one of their
own en*, t i"ns should 1. th* new
chairman of the rational rommltte*
leader of th* party.
Th*o It ass thst Hie president*
friends on th* ground mad* the
determined stand. la*'. that
r-'e, nisiv Cortrlyotl should hay*
th* ptac*. Thrse Itoottev«lt men
held their fir* until the srmy of
delegate* began flocking In Hun-lay
nlrht.
Monday the eatlr* force arrived
and th* old guard 'ni hi Be poll*
HrISBS «... .■,.'.. routed
Talk to one of them today and yon
get th* nieek statement that Cortrl
yotl will b* chairman They sr* for
hist They hay* heard from th*
llttl* fellow* who r*pre*ent the
district* sad who arc direct from
th* pen*-!*. They find a mighty
•er.ttrn.ait aiming th* tna** "' Re
publicans la favor of Room- I
Th* latt of the old organltatloß
displaced oa lit* national committee
by new mea ■•• lud* Kerens, of
MtSBOttH Sheldon, .f New York:
Stewart, ef Illinois, nd Haw:. of
Texas.
The old machine has been shat
tared. Ron.*..!! Is the leader H •
pi- 'tire bow hangs In all public
pis .. anil looks forth from badge*
snd his .me figure* in tb* roaver
aatlon of sump* of ann and always
brines . he.— among 'I. crowd*
Th* rebellions talk sgslnst th*
eeleetlna* of ("ortelyoti for th* na
tional i halrataaahtp has almost en-
HE HAS NOTII ING TO SAY
U. S. Senator 1 li.ti lea \\ Fairbanks,
ttrely * it... it. -I nor Is there longer
talk of compromise, looking either
to Cortelyou'l selection or subse
quent resignation to srrrpt th*
postmaster generalship or luoklog
to the selection of Cortrlyotl ss
■■I.airman of the executive commit
tee, and the choice of tomt tfa* els*
»" ill,
to preside over the national rom
mltte* Itself.
Cortrlyotl It detained in New
York on sceount of the investiga
tion of the Hloeum disaster, but he
Is etpts-ted here Wednesday. Ilia
coming, however, will bar* little
effect on th* sltuatlo n
FAIRBANKS IS
SURE TO GET IT
CHICAGO, 111. Jun* IL— If there
«ii say doubt about if.' noralna
tloti of Senator Falrtanks for vice
president Ist* development* have tet
It at re*t When I'enney It an.a fell
Into line the other ->.ralrt. ii. not
hay* a leg to stand on
Cannon's forceful and picturesque
expressions on th* subject of his
esndtdscy settled th* matter, *o far
ss th* v. . York scheme to nom
inal" hint was concerned.
Roosevelt kept hi* hand* ont of
the fight, bnt Cornelius Hits*, who
represent* the president, was .on
sulted snd scqtilt-sced to the Fair
hanks program.
Thar* will be no fight in the con
vention, although there m*y be
complimentary vote* for a number
of others, whose enthusiastic friends
VOL. 6. NO. 104,
WHY HARRIMAN
WANTS TO GET
INTO SEATTLE
UNION PACIFIC MAGNATE WANTS PART OF THE RICH NORTH
WESTERN TRADE AND HOPES TO EXTEND HIS MERCHANT
MARINE AND SECURE DEEP WATER HARBOR
Railroad men who know E. 11.
Ilni i limit: In i.t any he Is not one to
, leave .i de-alrable and valuable field
opt-n to hi* t oiiipi titoie any longer
than Is mi'men > lit I* quick st
perceiving just «here be can
strengthen bl* position and It not
backward In making Die necessary
moves. Por this reason they are
ready to believe that the recent
flurry 111 Heattle tide lands la due
ti. his plan to gain terminal grounda
tn Heattle before atartlng work on
his new line fit. Portland to Pugt-t
Hound.
Km yearn Mr. Harrtnian has real
ised thst better bsrbor f*. III! In
tbe P.it if!. Northwest sre what he
needs. Portland cannot accommo
date the big ocean liners he desire*
to still to hit. already in no tin- trans
portation system, snd, for thla rea
son, be must w-ek a harbor else
where. It Is necessary to have a
basis of opera' on the oust sad
refit*. to permit a withdrawal of
their names.
PLATFORM TALK
CHICAGO, June ZL—Th* hope* of
tariff adjusters for s tariff revision
pistil, In the platform are doomed 1
to disappointment. Hut little talk
la heard foreshadowing the slightest
roncesslona on the part of the stand
patter*. Th* Western delegates
continue the agitation again-' the
antl p .it g-tt.v plank, a matter on
which th* delegate* from I'tah.
Idaho, Colorado, Wyoming aad
other inter-mountain states are
standing together.
Another fruitful topic for the
Westerner la the Statehood ques
tion. Though the last two Con
rtoi-s refused to carry out the
platform pledge*, looking to the ad
mlaalon of Oklahoma, Arizona and
New Miilro. the ststehood boom-'
I era have not lost hop* and the
struggle Is to be renewed before a
committee on resolutions.
(Continue'! on lag* I)
I MHO'S
mam
FIVE-YEAR-OLD HAROLD SAW
DEY RAN AWAY FROM SPO
i. , I*l 1. TVr
KANE TO SEATTLE *'
Harold Sawdry, the 5-year-old son
of P. T. Sawdei. a cigar dealer of
Spokane, disappeared from bis
home Sunday evening. The authori
ties wer* notified ami searched the
whole ctty for the missing child.
Yesterday aft. rnooß the little wan*
Congrcuman Joseph,W, Ualnock of Minnesota. -*\
TH* ONLY PAPER IN SEATTLE
Th*.. DARES TO PRINT THE NEWS
35 CENTS PER MONTH
to gain this I." n.-st come to f.'ia
! Hound.
Hevcral years ago th* Union Pa
clfle magnates started • tin* to Se
attle, but the
II 1111 l TIMES FORCED THKM
ilo ahuii.lnn the proapeet and lb*
Northern Pacific gobbled up their,
j coveted prise. Now the Union Pa
| rifle must seek a different entrant**)
I to the Hound and thla Is HOW b«lns*
I don* by liiti tllium « ii iale.l agents
111 M-<iiiiiig a right-of-way north
j ward from the Columbia river .1.4
obtaining terminal grounds In Beat
tie by purchasing tide lands sdvan
' t.i.-t on.lv locs tad.
Certain railroad men point to tha
fart that tbe f J real Northern and
Northern Pacific have granted to
the Spokane Jobbers certain terri
tory, with Ih* attendant rights and
privileges, in order to hold them
(Continued on Tag* Three.)
derer turned up at the (luecß Ann*
Pharmacy In this city, very tired
and exceedingly hungry. He was
given toad which be ate ravenous-
ly. The poUd wer* notified and
Human* Officer Clark took the child
to headquarters.
Ota being questioned the boy told
the pi.li.-i- that be came from Spo
kane and who h* waa. At first Urn
pollc* wer* disinclined to believ*
his story, but took the precaution
to telegraph the police of Hpokaa*.
who confirmed the lad's Strang*
| tale.
The Raw ■' home Is more 'dan a
mite distant from the Great North
ern passenger depot In Spokane, and
It Is a mystery how (be old got to
the depot and boarded the passen
ger train leaving there at 111
o'clock Sunday nltht III* mother
lob! the te.ili.- of .mm that sh*
thought some one had carried tha
youngster off.
The child's father will roach Re
sit]* today and take th* lost boy,
1. 8M —-'-.•!
F. T. SUwley the father Bl th*
child, railed at the police station
this morning and claimed his run
away son.,, --'*■,
About a month ago Mr. Bawdry
had oeesi mi to vlstl Seattle on a
matter of business. 0 that tlms
the. boy came with him snd met
lii.iv Clark, an old friend of tha
family, who BBS the loadstone of
the ■ MM* strange nuest. . Clark
ha aa secure hold on th* sffAr-ttons
of the boy and It was ILI* that
brought the "'* fellow to Seattle.
Clark Is a watchman Is the'CJre*.
Northern tunnel In this city.
HOSPITAL BENEFIT
A musical and literary entertain*,
ment ha* been arranged for th* ben
eflt of the Wits'l. Mission b**Bß>
tal. It will be held at the Grand
opera house next flunday afternoon
at 1:10 o'clock. J II Metkle will
preside. There will be an addres*
by Mai Inn It Ttatter. No admis
sion will be charged, but a ccdlee.
tlon will be taken for th* hospital
fund.
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