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i iI TIlE rI o SUN WEDNESDAX ANUL 13 1904 = 11
USttltfcnttoaby 11 tttmutotlb1eonl1tOrPlattWould tbf5onatrP1attwou1d Senator piattwould tar tarFn ay a apJyer aI <
I i I pJyer > r Dr BurroU prayed praye for tho Ro Rooan Reptb1Ioan
pqbl0 ptb1Ioan oan party and nt18 nU Ita It loaders lodel and for the thee theeJle thepopplo
popplo eJle e of pary tho United StatoJ Stt < When he had haded hadfhe hadr
r i fhe ltr48hed ed Cot Cl Dunn Dnn Ult directed dlret Cot Cl Fox to t call callthe cl callI
the roll rl of counties cunte Col I Fox Jox has dune dunethis donl
I 4 thi this 1 io o often oft that tliahe he could cOlld do It asleep al p After Afterthat Ater AtertWt Atcrthat
that tWt Col Cl Dunn announced that by dlroo dlrootlqn dlr direetion
tlqn tqn of the Stntocommit toe Senator 8 nat r Cliaiin Cliaiinoojr Chaln ChalnC
oojr C 007 M it Deiow tttonlt was wn to bo tmpoTr tompornry chair ohiilrman ohalrm chairman
man m and Col Col Dunn Dunap appointed LtJfOIfltIItativo olntod llepreHen llepreHentatlvo lLprlNI lLprlNIttvo
tatlvo ttvo James Jame J aine S Sherman Shern of oneida Oneia and andJohn andJan andJ1fl
John Jan W Dwight of Tompklns fompk Inl to escort escortSenator llort llortBeatr 1cor 1corbeiator
Senator Beatr Depew to t the tll platform plntforniiSenator platformaOMtrD PlatforillI
I Senator aOMtrD Dapew JUpew got g t a rousing welcome welcomeand welcomea wiIcomep
p i and a nd ho started st right rgnt In with wih his speech speechSqnator spth spth81Mtr spcciI
I Senator 81Mtr Depew Depw was not In quite Iluio oa good goodvoice go goodI
I voice as I usual usU and ho didnt seem leem to have havethe hVl haveth
the t th old Depow DepO buoyancy Ho 10 mado one oneor oneto oneoito
or oito two to happy hppy hlta hlt but as a ai a rule his speech speechTrae sph sphA tpccchir
r Trae A grayer grVer In I tone tno and his gestures geltures wero weremore weromoaubue weroI
I more moaubue subdued than Is usual Uull wih with the Pecks Peckskljl Ppks Ppkskill Peekskil
kill statesman eltsman tan There seemed me to t be b a blight blightover blght blghtover blightover
over oil al this t convention cmenton Senator Sent r Depow DepowooulcLnot Depw Depwould Depowoould
ooulcLnot ould oould not escape espo from his environment environmentHJB onvlronmontHJ onvlronrnontU
U HJB references fernCt to President Prldent Roosevelts RooseveltsidmlnlBtratlon RosoveltA RooRoveltAaatnhiI8LratIon
HJ IfernCt
a idmlnlBtratlon I and the few words he had hodto ha hadto
1 to say etaton concerning GOT Oo Iov te Odells Odels admlnlstra admlnlstratI6n admlnlsta admlnlBtraI
I 1 tI6n t9 tI n BY were y cncrng re only ony ordinarily ordlnly well wol received receivedSpeech reeived reeivedI receivedI
I I I t Speech Spec of Senator Uepew UepewMrDopow Oepe OepeMid DepewI
MrDopow said that the to party in the theState theSlt theRiato
I State Slt was wa confident cndrnt tt and aggressive ag prty rElve Ho HoMid HoMid Heigid
Mid also that ninetenths of of those who whowore whowere whowere
were ao compelled nnotenth to take advantage of the thogeneral thenoml thegeneral
general noml compele bankruptcy bankptcy t tae law lw which he de described de des doIcriIed ¬
scribed s lb as as a nccefislty nPlty entailed pntale by Demo Demooratto Demo Demog Demoo
oratto o nile rl had since sinc In their abundant abundantsuccess abundantslOC abundantsiIocce
g success Irato under h Republican rule rle paid prin prlnIn princpl prinI
I cipal slOC add Intnrost of their Indobtene indebtednef3
1 In cpl praise Dlnteret of President Pr0ldent Roosevelt 100sovelt he said saidof saidot saidor
Fn of the ti Panama Panam revolution revolutionnOOSEVKIT reyoluton reyolutonnOOSRVILT revolutiont
I I Th The Colombian dictator saw tw a siirwb sU1nrb op opportunity opportunity opI ¬
I portunity Jh for or n holdup In the necessities necee ltes of ofthe otthe ofthe
the United UnltP Stntos Stntls liny 11 after urt r day IU tlie Ihe I he warn warning wnr wern1n ¬
ing In want forth from ron Hosotu oOla from tlie t II Repre Representatives RepresentaUyp IteproI ¬
I sentatives sentaUyp or the tli Doiiartment Olnartmlnt o 01 ci Panamannd Panamaand Panama Iuiiamasad
and to Ilogota 1010ta from Pixnnnvi PanlmL Itnelf It8 lr that It Ifthe ItIh ItI
I the Ih t he treaty t ics t y was a rrjuctrrl rIJectpd r id Punnnm lin rni ivould re reassert nassert r rI ¬
assert the Independence Indeplndtnce Co which w hi eli had Ii uI been beenTiolently beln belnTlolent beenviolently
I violently taken taklntrol from her olKliten rllhln years elr8 lre nsa nsaTho nlo nloTho nop
p Tho Tlolent j he Colombian ConBrrs Conlrrs COn rc In their t l Itrrlorlul ItrrlorlulIlolaton rrltorl rrl t on u l lIsolation IIsolatIon
Isolation and had subordination to their dictator dictatorand dbtiitorI I Iand
I and Ilolaton President suborinaton fulled rnil to rompnlinml olprhlnt nitrIiniI the theBrevity tlioI I IIrvty
I Brevity ot tho situation Whll Mille VIII this thi treaty treatythe IreIO t reit y yI
the Irvty thl I he most Important I in port sltuuton a nt document d locln1nt in it their t r his history hl hlton hiIqtory ¬ I
tory wns wn pending In their Senate pnntl nnd ricI House Housethey 10U81 IIoc IIocc
c A ton they adjourned aeJoutlld PIlnil1 for or a day 11 t 10 < > have read reld to totheni tothem toF
F them the sonnets eonTu t whlrh hh had h been written
l by one
The Theocrulon occasion POltc however was wi a not ono for forversos forerne or orvrA8
versos vrA8 erne to t 0 Venus enl flhl4 and tho t ho situation iit lllton liii t I 071 not 1111 al iti opera operabouflc perabouffe
bouflc for Theodore floosovelt noo oplt wn WCA ia iadint Presi President PrIAI PrIAIdlnt ¬
dent dlnt boue of the th 1nfted < 1 Stntcs tt When Iin Pimarrm Pimarrmfulfilled 1IIIml IaiiiiiiiI
fulfilled tho throat known noen to nil the til world worldfor worle cirIIF
I F for tl11ed months monthl nnd Ind suefessfnlly aUIIMfll aecompll nccorpl tccoiiitllIiI tccoiiitllIiI11cr hr II1 II1her < l lher
her revolution tho President acted act pd within withinhis withinhis withinI
his Constitutional Coneti I lit Ionn I privilegewith prhI pI viIge with it hi tho I hi direct directness d lrect lrectnp8S I rct rctnnps ¬
I ness Cnstittonal courage nnd wisdom characteristic of ofhis othil ofhIi
his hil whole whioI couralP public publo life ll wisom Ito li < wns WU under tbn tbnmandate th thmandato thionuindnto
mandate of n law la passed pas NI nt if the last session sessionof 8pa iiPRlflCr lon lonf
of ConeresH Con oneree < resa which authorized nlthorirN thin Iht purchase purchaseof lrhaAo lrhaAof
I of f f the t lie French 1reri rlnch cli cannl properties proPrtI8 propirt IP which whlc w hIcIi appro Inpproprlater appropriated it ¬
priated 110000000 2hIOIC for or Immediate Irmlaiu nurpowH nurpowHnnd purI4iinhl
1 IU118 IU118And
prlater SIOOO
And authorized the Secretary of o the Treasury Treasuryto Trla81f Treasuryto
luthorir Recrltal
to borrow 1130000000 S ItQCflflW more which whih hihI directed directedthe dinrPI dinrPIthe dIriiidthe
the President PreI ii ci t to t ooo I miike TOil kI the I hu terms t rru for or the th I h biiilil biiililIng hllll hllllInl I II
I Ing Prpslrent of the t Ii canal and then thln to begin belin If Ifhe I ItI
I he Inl h failed within wlthll a I reasonable rlSOIIIlI time Ur till to tosecure Il IlI
i I secure falld the ho concession conclalon then tbln he h was WCa to turn turnto lumto tinj
j to Nicaragua Nlcaralla lcareius and Costa COt a Hlca Ica lint II without withoutuny wihout wihoutany withouttiny
any Intervention In or action on bis hil part In the theJinirniiuauui theklllrbscop tIitI
Ilterton atton
I Jinirniiuauui klpidoeenpe ot I tuolitirs iwiiino UWM common IV to iu iunations the Intn Intnnatons 14iin 14iinnations
nations klllrbscop of Central Clntral and Houth Am Amopportunity America rErlcl the theopporUmlt tileI
natons opportunity was presented prlaentM nnd he hl tie Brizijl allr it itlie ItHe it itI
I lie mlghflinvo mlrhtlavo let Ilt a war ar go 10 on in between be ln Pan Pnnma Pln Plnama PanI
I ama ma and Colombia He le mlcht mliht hiyo hiuvn e com commenced commno centtnpneM ¬
menced ane fruitless nogotintlons with Nicaragua Nicaraguaand lcnrnlla lcnrnllaand huirnguuai
mno and Costa Cost tltlP Blca M nelotatona He HI might have transferred transferredthe trnserr1 trnserr1the
1 i the whole question to Congress ConlrlsP weakly weaklyabaridonlnr weaklvsbldonlnllls weiklrt
t abaridonlnr sbldonlnllls his queston executive opcuthe responsibility rPaponslhllt hut hutthe hlitthe ttuitI
I the mandate of the American Amtrlcm people was wasupon wa waupon wnqlitton
upon mlnrate him hl to buitrV the thl Isthmian Illhmlan canal and andthe andtle antth
the th Congress Con bul b by > the < unanimous urlmous vote of the theSenators theReator it itSenatora
Senators tle and members I of the House hloutucot of o ftepre fteprelentattres Ipre IpreentatTs 1tpret
t lentattres Reator Ind on the th nepubllran Rppihlran side Ildp and a large larpenumber larRe largernmbet I Inumbe
number entatTs of Senator and members of the theDouse thu thu1ouerun I IDous
numbe Douse 1ouerun on n the Democratic side Ildl huii have hn p affirmed affirmedthe Imrmr afhhrnueutthe
the Dous wisdom wldomand iedom and the Constitutionality Conttutonalty of his hiscourse hisoone hiscourse
course oone ooneDznSD coursep
I wt on Saturday in the House lolse Iloui of itepr iteprentatires 1eprf Jtepif0att5
entatires et listening to the tb widely wdl dIy advertised advertisedkeynote adlrte iudvertiudkeyflOte
keynote nttv O Iltenlne speech apech of the th eminent orator oratorfromtN oratorfrm oratorr
fromtN tromNaW teyo N8W w York Mr Ir Bourse B04rJo Cockran In Inlurid Inud in inlurid
r frm lurid ud language IMlle neuiaee he pictured plctlr1 the downfall downal of ofrepresentative otreprsntlte ofC
C representative government IOornment from rein the usurpa usurpations unurpatlOM usurpuitions ¬
tions reprsntlte of President Preldent lloosovelt He le told how howthe howtbeRouse bowthe
the tbeRouse Rouse of ttepreiientatlves 1ooaovllt the sole sol out niihor niihorItytor author authorf hor horodents
f Itytor revenue bia bIhl boe Iii been Ilorlr iiuoret by byUieEtv byI
I theRxcuttve ad and how the tytlcal tyrioicai prlc prlcOet prec precI
odents UieEtv deTltu whloh hlah had ba at times tmes overthrown oyerhro the theEnglish theErUshR9 thinIttlIeh
I English Oet noose of Commons were revived In Inour Ino Inau1t
our ErUshR9 o ago Hepictured Boplcuro o the tyranny of o Henry HenryVQl nnryU fIenr fIenrvu
I VQl vu ale end ad he ebroulht brought Croruwell Cromwel tyan and nd his sol solriUra eoldler so soI
I riUra U In for the dispersion of Parliament ParliamentHe Parlament ParlamentHe
I dler He told Ir the Speaker Speker of the House that hint unless unlessthis ulsR ulsRthl uniesthis
this thl tld was Instantly Instant resented reeentP liberty Iblrty In the theUnited theUnlt thuap
p United WI States S had breathed brlathe Its 18 last lasl 1 con confessed contBe coni ¬
teased Unlt to some tesha alarm until unti I inquired Inquire what whatwas vhtitwas hit hitwa
i was tBe th thetny ftyranny which whch had bar Insp Insplrl luopired rod ruch sch uchiI a amagnificent amaglfc
I magnificent wa nt defence danC of the palladium plludlum of our ourllbertv ourIberv ourliberty
liberty maglfc 1 discovered discovere that It was wln because becausethe becua hcausI
the Iberv President following the examplo of ofPresident otPe ofPretuldetut
I President rtldent Cleveland folow1n2 had by executive enolthe order orderland orderI
ha orer orerfxe
Pe flxed dltt tbeJlmlt the iiit Clweland ot f partial plrlalnd and total dI8ablt dI8ablttor disability disabilityI
I fxe for the vewranl yeterans of the civil W1 wrr Mr Clove ClqeIl CloveIfld
I land Il d te and nls hR commissioner CommleslonPr 01 or Pensions had hadInterpreted hadtnterrt huhI
I Interpreted the pension act of 1890 hSt to t mean meanthat mennthat ntennI
I that tnterrt It was within Itlln pnsion the power ac and the duty dutyofthe dut dutofthe dutyi
i ofthe nf the Executive e lY to state Inte the years for partial partialand partnl partnl8ldttl partialand
and total disability when the th veterans could couldreceive couldr couldreceIve
receive r 8ldttl Cclve a 1 1 disabity pension nflQtofl without wihout examination examinationCleveland rxnmlnaton rxnmlnatonIlrland nxnritlnationClvehtd
Cleveland had h fixed total disability disallty nt 75 75Roosevelt 75ROlveJt 75JtOO54tVlt
Roosevelt Ilrland had revived ro1vo Ixe thn t hi tyranny of t Henry HenryVJUhad Ipnr Ipnrll henry1I1
VJUhad ROlveJt 1I1 had ha marched marchlr with wih Oliver OlvEr Cromwell Cromwellatthe Crortl CrortlItth Croutwilllit
atthe Itth lit ll the head of hU hi army Into the House 10leo of ofRepresentatives orReprentatvel ofItepresnfatIVPs
Representatives and anr dispersed dlelEreed the members membersto mmbprR mmbprRto
to Reprentatvel their homes and arrested arretN thn recnlcltrmt recnlcltrmtminority recnlclrlnt recaheitriultminoritY
minority by redudne by b executive order orderClevelands orer orerClevelnds order1eVIarld
Clevelands 75 7 reucng years of total disability dlenbllr five fivequenco Oveelr fiveearus
Clevelnds earus or to 70 0 YOT As e 1 lef left the Capio rapitol with withthe Ith IthIho
the elr ptcturee iualnted palntl by this thih dpepnlrlnl desreuirlup ela do dorpienco
quenco plcturll and the thefPPlnl appeal to the he courage COUrge of the theHouse tboHouse thefloittue
ql House nc to reassert relSrt Its itt rights rllhs ringing rlnlni In my myears mynrs uttyar
ears ar I leaned apprehensively apprehpn 1 vh iiKalnst Ilalnst the thefoundations tbefoundatonl thufounihuitions
foundations of that superb stppr structure atructlre struut tire but butfound buttoud tiutotund
foundatonl found toud them the still sti quite firm firmINCHOATE frm frmICHOATE firmIu
Iu 2 In the theSenatl Senate lost week wek a distinguished distinguishedDemocratic dlatnlshe dlaiIniiihuihedTomncruitio
Democratic Senator was put forward to tomakethe tomklhe toirrkiu
Democrato mklhe makethe irrkiu thup keynote speech for the campaign campaignIn cimpalR cauuuilgnt
t In that hnt body lie was Wa surrounded eurrounee by Sena Senatot lpna lpnatorotmlnthe tientibr
tot torotmlnthe br Gorman by the fe leader 1 lder and all al tho wisdom wisdomof wlfom wlfomot
M of the tnI minority Jla Ills speech was wa an IL assault assaultupon auult auultupon assitultupon
upon President Roosevelt Roo fr his usurpation usurpationIntbe usurpalon usurpalonIn tisuirputionin
Intbe In the recognition of the Panama Republic Republicand 1epublo 1epublot hteuubhlcand
and In hl his pension peDslon order and a statement statementthAt sttemnt sttemnttlt stuituruentthat
thAt t the Democratic party would put forward forwardat tOfmrd tOfmrdst
c at at tlt their convention Issues 18aUe and ad a candidate candidatewhich candidatewbUb candluiatowltltK
which Would old mak make the Republicans Republcan flght flghtforthfetr Olht Olhtt lhichutfqrthei1
forthfetr t lt lives He 10 was as challenged ohalpnll to tostnte tostnteth state statetneMsiiues statethe
tneMsiiues th the 1 t lslues lashes IvP8 but he admitted amite that couhl cul not notbe no nothe
he done except by b the committee commitee on reac reaction reso resoI ¬
luitlone and with tie approval or thl the con den dent pn pnton
t I n lion lutons when 4t itmeets t mNts meets In July Ro Ie flu was wal asked askedto aake askedtt
tt ton to name the th candidate and nd he wild that the tbet theIandldate
l Iandldate cuindldate nfme ni as yetna yet wuic IlmplY 4nupla qualtp quiruhiils qual qutuli
1 t tewhlehwQu1 tiee leawhloh whiob would win and ae that these thple the qualities qualitieswould qualtcl quiahutleswould
would materialize Into tho th man at the thp con convention conMtQD eonI ¬
vention IlterlnJze It I II is Bo now T April Apri and the Denio Deniothre Oelo Oelocrtc leuuioeflttlo
I eflttlo MtQD tuindidate ndldate I II it only qtalte pualltles J It II is on onthte only onlyt
t I three crtc months time to July when thosequnl thosequnlwWch those qiiuh qiiuhitIe ull ullIhisro
thte tme kure kurriy all the thehuvs ther
itIe aru to o ouiterIallze hy al
r Ihisro Iuiniiithlch hLab wit materlllzei ktqw tin na al all the tht Ilence science with withlh withI
huvs WI 1q
I wWch vo e are familial fail that candidate candl < ate can cannrer
1 nrer lh get through without the assistance of o
a aeinouhatbtfluipvilrfOr
Hamrtlylor our ou party paty we wenro are not waitIng wnltlnctoyb WI waitIngto 1 tn tntq
toyb to lamlrior be told t ld what wlat We we e aB are r to believe belevo bV b the tbecomposed thenUloal itontioaai
tq ntioaai cvtion oonettIon nor II it our cnnillduito cnnillduitoompoeNl
nUloal cnflrate cnflrateOmoe
composed tftf a yet of Inchoate qualities qualitieslUmlcan qualtls qualtlsr uiunhitieererY
Omoe rerY Rep Itepublican lUmlcan IlytL blcn In L La this thl iii broad lafad labdknowl known knownU
Iu nbit w1tt r we B hjehlo lovo o and Ilos keowa for whom he hegIn hoI
U I golneto gIn olng tovotl tOOte tOOteLtntfl vot votBxsnNK3ii
BxsnNK3ii RXm Ltntfl or noosEvriT noosEvriTThey nOOSFTrIT nOOSFTrITer nOOCrVFtTTbe
They Tbe er say ay the tl President Prtldpnt Is rash ra l He II will wair WR willrash
r rh sh wheh hel n h is Assistant Alatfnt Secretary SlcreLrrof of Ihn Ihnrncticfl t I h haYt li liNatttt
Natttt aYt Jarlz paralyzed thl the Iureau hmreau ofcre olficers b borei1 tty ttyordering
ordering thl tie nlvy tunry 10 Ion pwder powder In tnrlt tnrltpractc target targetprttcUeo
orei1 rncticfl Butthat But tlat that rashness rnhnlBR materialized materializeditOtha materialzed materialzedInt zuurutriuilizedint6
practc Int int6 itOtha tl tile highest hllhlt conservatism CIervlt m when those thoseeunners thoet thosegunners
gunners under undlr Dewey Oewe tank tho fleet feet at atManila atala atManila
Manila Inner ala Jay Bay In Oty fifty minutes mlnutel and Cerveran Cerveranfleet Crerl Cerverasfleet
fleet at a nt Santiago In sixty Ilst All Al of his nc ncqualtxtanceH acqusiflttte15
qualtxtanceH feet QUllntorCR tantllo nnld ILd iLui he was WI rash when whln hn hI threw threwup threwlP threwtip 1e
up lP acomT amorahle a eomlrtnhuhe rtnhle berth brth In th thA tie Navy Depart Department Dppnrtmhro Iepartmerit ¬
merit mhro to take tke upon Ipn himself hlmJlr the perils Prll of tho theoampalgn thom thoI
I oampalgn < m all In Cuba Cbl that ho hI was wi rnsh when whenboth whenILh rleuuIlL
ILh IlL the heodor hiet1 of his rplment hf hi pnuntlr pnuntlrvole Ct1uUfltOr4j Ct1uUfltOr4joolkys
vole oolkys ot Spanlh tpaitIh bulel httihlets In batt battle blt but that thatrjUne1 thatI
I rltltns5s dtsplald tjhtplayeui time ututnulties 1llltpl which mnke mnketh ntaket
t rjUne1 th tnieiean rerlcan peopho both trust trult and Ind love loveiiriehas lovehlmH huveu
u hlmH iuii ii iiriehas Re nai ha probed JobP 1tople deeply the treat Jeut do dopXrtmnts depMmpnrl uiertrtmenti
pXrtmnts of the to Oovernmnnt ovenuuneIii and prop proceililted propUtln iro irouiulj
ililted pMmpnrl uiulj al nnd convicted onvlctf those thos of his hl own 011 house household1 houphO11 uuoiteI ¬
I hold Utln of faitb tllb who were wer found guilty He Heenforced 1 hi hienijrreti
hO11 Illlt
enforced UiJ Lii law Whl when hpn dire dlrf predictions prflctnnl of ofdisaster ordlMlter
l disaster InCrO dlMlter were t made ntuuui 8r and ald aii t by h doing dolnllo so 0 lost the thefavor t thefavor hI
favor of icon of o the thl nblest and anr strongest tronlt of ofour ornlr 1 1nuir
our nlr nnnncliil leaders but the thl thu Supretno Court Courthit Clrt Clrthl uuirt uuirtline
tnnndlllearlrs HUlrIIO
hit hl line sustained smtlnR ui st4tiuI his hl action Ictlnn n et mit and a uI the t h mnrkntH mnrkntHh mnrktl s shuirve
h hatf huirve vrrebounded rbounded rebtuuided with wll uc ii Ii that i hat phinomennl phlnmpnnl rise rinnlntli rl riseir 1
lntli fn1Ilcurlt ir th Micurltlrs nffccted nlctpd rdTcet ui which demonstrates demonstratesthe cut 1ronllrntpR 1ronllrntpRthl Inurit ru Tel Teli
i I the thl Judgment Judimtnt of thn Investors InvlAtorA of thn th hi country runtr eouultry5p
5p TV A WOIID VO1tfl POPPED IOPPFD lV t x FOR OriRU OriRUItii onrII onrIIJt1 lnuiuIt
Itii Jt1 It nptiow not nnt 011 Jo Inw but blt rather rnt ljX pr at it our fall fnl oon oonentlhh uirtI n nfnUli
I 4 entlhh fnUli thnt tha WP wu I speak Ipnk upon U n Htate Mtat Issues Issuesnndlhe IRII iaquieqnrtdthe
nndlhe nndfhp State Si > admlmHtrntlon admln trnton W > e are Irl lIvluK lIvluKtoday 1111 IiviuugtodPi
today tolY todPi in ill the thl midst of the hue clamor camor and nol 101 101hlch uoLee uoLeej e ewhich
j which hlch nlway aln precede an udjournmrnt udJonrrlnt aihjouunuuutu nnt nt not notnbout tiltx
x Ibolt nbout what Ihll has hn prpCo been dune but what hnt It Itclaimed IO IOIbolt II i
ti claimed rampl y rUI V Jl l be bl ho dnnl done Hut flit ut t when hl1 thn th t hi legis IIIA IIIAlature I eis eisi I ¬
i C lature adjourns arJ nml and the executivehas PXlrt1 xuittlvg has huu nrtnd nrtndwo rirnIwe
j wo will wi enter chcorfully cheorII with wih our olr Suite Htlll nrf ticket ticketuponrthe tckl ticketupon
uponrthe l1onthe upon thin fall fal campaign campoli confident n nt of hn iou 1 ap approval npprovlI ¬
u proval provlI of the thoblt able aiim administration RdmlnlMrton of flov flovOdll OOTOdel CnvOdehl
Odll OdllCdl Odel OdehlCol
Cdl Cl Fox Io by b this time was Wi flanked Innkob Innkobthe by bythe 1wS
S the other secretaries rptrlt of If the convention conventionJames rnonton rnontonJat tonventlondamcsi
James Jat F Whlpple Archie Arhie E J Baxter Bailorfjharle Dat BaxterCharles r rGhBrl
Charles A Ball Da 1 and MajorGen J C CMolvnlcht OoKnljht Cn
n Molvnlcht The Thl nil usual ulual roAolutions rluloM were wereIlirned wer werIUmolnolndthen wereIJTflNI
Ilirned IUmolnolndthen oKnljht In hit anti then Warner arner Miller IIr for the thefirst thefrt Ihi Ihifleet
first tlmbln tmo time In eight eljht years erl made mde rand a opoeoh opoeohIn IpPfh IpPfhIn
frt In I a a Republican Rpublcn ltepuhd cart Stnto Rtat at t convention 11nlon coil vent lout He HenpkrxTthat le lenkotht I Ic IcnalivI
nalivI npkrxTthat t lint data dat alleging HIlgln ii llegiti i tliodUonfrnnchixp tliodUonfrnnchixpmont t h lie dlnfmnchi dlnfmnchimet ii ken fratteb un unmeat
nkotht mont met of the hue negro nPjro voter be bl hi Incorporatcxl IncorporatcxlIn Incorported IncorportedIn
In il tho report of the th Committee Commllf < vi on Rp Rf hteso htesohitlon o ohitlpns
hitlpns npor jind and jdr Ir 1r MlltTs documentn doumpntl were werehamfpd vor werehndfd
hamfpd htP ovnr OT Jd to 0 the th fIrR Committee Comlteon on Re RNlu RNluq Itsatolu ItsatoluLcine olu oluUanaASmatter
UanaASmatter hi q Lcine A mt matter rof of fact fat a oart Da of Mr
Millers Mier suggestions Iggetone had hd already a1dy been bn in incorporated t incorpornted
corporated In the platform platformIhatu pltform pltformihatl platformhints
corort hints ihatl all al that was Wi done dOn at the morning morningsession momlngsR morningsession
session sR lon of the convention cOIenton It I had taken tokenonly takenonly takenonly
only an hour to start Itart the thl Presidential Preldent lllm lllmfln cam campaign campaigni ¬
paign fln of 1001 in I thU thl State The coiivjatirii coiivjatiriigutes conVJlutn conVJlutntook cotiviatlIit
took t < tok a roel recess untl until C oolok oclock and the dele delegatel tielegates
gates gatel HitugKled sr IKKJe iggled back Lak to their the their r hotels most mostof mostof mostof
of them going to the Fifth ifh avenue aelUe where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they talked talkp1 out loud about abut tho stupid sea HesHion II seaitioti
Hion Ilon It should Ihould bo 0 said Ild that the Platt men menhad menhud uterihid
had very 11 little ltle to t < say s about the hut convention conventionexcept conenton conentonexcept convetttlonexcept
except that they were lrH mightily mightly pleased pleasedbpcauHo pleaedlauKu pleMedbecause
because lauKu their old leader hud received roln such miohu slch slcha sucha
a tumultoualy tUlulously afftctlonute arltlont affect ioititte greeting greetingAFTBRNOON greltng greltngAFrRSOON greetingtrrsnsooN
The afternoon afternool wsulon 8 lon of the convention conventionbegan conentlonbgan conventionbegan
began bgan promptly on time Tho bund up In Inthe Inte inthe
the te gallery galery again played lJltlc politics > when It Itgreeted Ugret higreeted
greeted gret Gov Odell Odel with Hull I 01 to the Chief Chiefund Chllr Chllrund Chiefand
und a moment or HU later blared hhlled out oU the thename theHOe thesame
name HOe melody for Senator Senatol Plutt Plai At t this thissession thlRs8lon thissession
session s8lon Gov Odell Odel wax a much letter hetHI re received rt recelved ¬
ceived clve The cheers cheelM for him were stronger strongerand Itronger Itrongerand strortgerand
and apparently apparenty heartier lealtlpr and they were weremore wert weremore
more prolonged prolongN If the cheers cluurl for GuY GovOdell GuYOdehl 0 0Odel
Odell Odel were bettor blor at the afternoon Irernon Hcsslon Hcsslonthose sesioiithose 1101
those thos for Senator Senlor Plutt hltt were al ailo also o better betterThe beter beterThe betterThe
The Platt adherents aorenta seemed > mlltd to take a prldo prldoin
in bellowing out for their chieftain more morethan mor6thn ittorethan
than thn blowing the Odell Odel chaps chp could culd for theirs theirsOne thplrl theirsJoe
One face fae was wal mIssed mll > l in il the convention conventionthat conenton conentonthat converutionthat
that of Timothy Tiothy L Woodruff Woodrf arid his old oldfriends oldfriends oldfriends
friends spoke lpke with sympathy lmpathy of his hl recent recentaffliction rent rentaflclon recentaffliction
affliction aflclon Senator Snator IJeiKiw as temporary temporarychairman temprar temporarychairman
chairman chirman called calo for the report of the tht com committee commite cornmittoo ¬
mittee mite on credentials crPentials reprt and thin thl report reportquickly rlport rlportqulckl reportquickly
quickly recognized rognize the right of tho Fassett Fassettpeople Fat Fasaettpeople
people to sit for Seneca eneca nea county count In fact factthere factthere factthere
there pople had not been any serious srious belief belet that thatthe thatthe thattite
the Fassptt F tt people pople would be b unseated unseatedRepresentative unlatP unseatedItepresentative
Representative leprsnttlo Spreno Hrenn K I Payne Iay of Auburn Auburnchairman Auhur Auburnchairman
chairman chra of the House Houf Committee Commite on onand Ways Waysand WaYI WaYIMd
and Means lmn was wa made madt permanent chair chairman chairman halrman ¬
man manON7T man manOY manONIT
In bio hi speech fpwh he touched tOldo momentarily momentarilyon momentariy momentariyon
on Gov 00 iO Odells Odell administration fdminitrtion and lld Gov GovOdolld 00 00Odoll GovOdells
Odolld Odoll adherents sent snt up a shout shout for him himthat hm hmthat himthat
that wns tim best blst of tho day Mr Payne Paynethen Paye Payethen Paynethen
then turned tured toward Senator Snator Platt Plllt sitting sittingat siting sitingat sittin sittinat
at the 1m head hlad of the Tioga delegation dele nton with withCol wih wihCol wit witCo
Col Col Co Dunn Dunl of Broomo just behind bhind him himMr himIr himMr
Mr Ir Payne spoke of Senator Platt Phattasthat Phattasthatleader as that thatleader thatIadpr
leader of leaders and paid a great greattribute Rra greattribute
tribute to Sir Platts services to the Repub
Ican party part partIr
Mr Ir Payne rotild not proceed for the thecherrs thechCrs thecheers
cheers chCrs that rolled rolo out Olt from the delegates delegateson
on the floor foor and from the Riipetfl in the boxes boxesTho bxe boxesThe
The cheers CherA were taken up JuestA by those thot on the theplatform theplatform theplatform
platform and for the first frst time lme during the theday theR theday
day R there was I an exhibition exhibiion of oldfashioned oldfashionedenthusiasm oldrahlone oldfashionederttluu8lasin
enthusiasm enthusllm The convention < rose ros to ita itafoot Ia Iatlel itefeet
foot tlel and continued Its IK cheerofor cheer for Senator SenatorPlatt Snator SnatorPlatt SenatorPhattanuiabove
Platt Phattanuiabove and above abo the din rose a shrill ahrlolcl voice voicelike voicelike
like lke a anr calliope Illoe which shrieked Ihreke Tioga Chief ChiefTioga ChieflTioga 1 1Tioga
Tioga Chief Chler hiefi I Ah lint lalo and then there were weremore weremorl weremore
more morl resounding reounding cheers cherR When the th con convention connton convention ¬
vention nton caino to order Mr Ir Payne proceeded proceededto roee
to speak in glowing terms of President PresidentRoosevelts Presidentfloosevoits i
Roosevelts Hoosecll administration ndminlstratol and then too toofor to toofor I
for the flrpt frlt time during the day the Presi Presidents PrOI PrOIdpnta Presidents ¬
dents name got a reception rlcepton that was RS some something sometiulag ¬ I
thing thln like Ikl a reception rEpton The Tle cheers chara for the thePresident thePllirpnt thePrseident
President Pllirpnt were Wlre strong and nmphatio emphato and andMr andr andMr
Mr r Paynes further utterances uterances were very verycordially verycordially tr
cordially ordlaly received receivedlies rEoohpd rEoohpdEnlo receivedP3nel
P3nel lies Eulogy Enlo of ItooievHt ItooievHtChairman ROOlfHI hloosebeltChairman
Chairman Cnlrmnn Payne told what the party prly in inpower Inpwer inpower
power In the th nation had done and said of ofthe ofthe ofthe
pwer naton
the adversary adversaryWhen 11Ia uuivoraryWhen ry ryWhpn
When their platform platorm Is I finally tn aly written ritnn up
Its Is chief plank will wi be denunciation denunciaton of ofRepublican 0 0lpuhlcn otIteprulihicituu
Republican lpuhlcn policies polcicl and anr defamation defanmton of o the tbeRepublican the1tPubl theltcpubllcan
Republican 1tPubl 1n candidate Theend The end will J bo beanother beanotheroerwhelmlni another anotheroverwhelming anotherouerwheinulng
overwhelming oerwhelmlni Republican It11blcan victory victr in No November XoeU Noveuber ¬
vember vemberOf eU bpr bprOf
Of Jr course curle they thp will wH want ant to t revise revis the tariff tarif tariffA
I A tariff tnrfl law 18 w can Cn bo no 10 framed framd as 1 to raise the thenewsiary thelet8 theneoMutry
newsiary let8 revenue Nvrnle Hor for revenue otilv Olll v which whichwill whlth whlthwil whihivLil
will wil not nr protect a single sllip Industry Indultry Or r It can canbe CI CIbe canbe
be framed rramr with protection prolecton In spots spts like lk tho thoInfnrnous thoInfnrols theinfnrnouis
Infnrnous Infnrols WllsonOorman WI 01orm8n bill bi The plan ph 1 of ofsome oromf ofsome
some omf of the thl leaders is II to hide the cloven foot footof tootof footof I
of free trade In a gradual but radical coven reduc reduction reduoion ¬
ion They Th think It I better to kill ki our olr reuo reuoton In Industries Industries Industrle ¬
dustries ton bj I the process prl8 of elow torture tortureVe
Ve e believe belee In protection to t the Amen American Amerlan Amencan ¬ i
can an farmer tlrmer and the tlA American Amerlcn factory acon that thatto thate thatwe
we e may glvt give cnsUnt constant labor and gooa oo pay payto
to the American workman We believe belev py pyto In Inreciprocity Inreclproct inreciprocity
reciprocity reclproct a reciprocity reclproolt that concedes concedesduties concedesduties
duties dutltl only that am ar not needed to onces oncesdutltl protect protectour protect protectour protectour
our own citizens citiens a reciprocity neee that tha will U de deprive deprlo doprice ¬
price no American Amprlcln workman in field or Sac factory lae Sactory ¬
tory of his hi dally dal wage wageThe ajtbl the reciprocity recprooty ad advocated advocate advocated ¬
vocated by Iythe the Immortal Immortl defender of o protec protection prot proteclion ¬
lion vocate William Willm McKinley McKlnle We are wedded woded to tono 0 tono I
no schedules che I Ours aua Is a party of progress proirressWn progressVe
Wn Ve produced rodur the th Dingley Dinlley act the best tariff tarifflaw trll tani tanilaw
law ever 1lrlnactl enacted The noxt time we tackle tacklethe tacklotho tacklethe
the tariff tarl wo 0 propose to improve upon that thatBut batBut
But lut so 10 long lonl n IR as props the present prralt law works upn well U tat tatlut and andproduces andprodlc andproduces
produces prodlc sufficient slmcent revenue nWlnue and the pros prosperity prosprlt prospertLy ¬
pertLy prlt of the thu country cunty lasts ILt8 and the welfare welfareof welare welareoUhe weLfareof
of oUhe the wage waj0enrnP earner eafner Is secure clre we 1eshalcntnul shall continue continueto
to let well wpl enough enoulh alone aloneMr alonr nlonerr
Mr rr r Payne Paynl praised praie Mr lr Roosevelts I00vela Inter Interference Interfprpnc interferenco ¬
ference fprpnc In tho coal cl strike saying sayingThe sayingThp sayingThe
The enemy Plem asxailtt nAil him for the mistakes mistakeshn mletakehI
hn hI has haslade tua made They The sa y he hI forgot tho dignity dignityof dlllty dllltyof
of hid position psiton the constitutional rnsttutonal limitations limitationsof lmittons lmittonsr
of r his office amI by Interfering InteferlnQ In the coal cal strike strikelonged etrlkeWel strikeVelh
Wel Velh he did ltrter interfere he saw thl the strike pro proIon prolonged
longed Ion through throulh the weary enr months he foresaw foresawthe foresawthe w wIhe
the gpt dreary drear winter with Ith the approaching approacblA coal coalfamine oal oaltnmln coalfamine
famine tnmln The suffering and nr anguish anllsh of his hisown hi hiown hisown
own people pple became a real and nnr horrid picture pictureand pIctureand pictureand
and he ne could cllr wait no n longer Ho did not notforget notorgpt no noforget
forget that he was W President This po tslton tsltonmalllnf position positionmagnified ltlon ltlonmagnified
malllnf magnified his hil responsibility rpsponsfbIIU But above aloe all allhe al allhe
he nunembered that he 1 was WIS a man mln He le heard heardthe hear heardthe
the thf voice vol of humanity and undaunted udalnte by the therisk therisk therisk
risk of failure ralure h II lie threw his boundless energy Inergy
Into the thework work and won wonHow wonHow wonHow
How marked mlrkl a contrast cntrast to the th course toune of ofthe otthe ofthe
the leader of thn Democracy Democlcy In our olr owu 0 State StateHe I Ile Ilie
He le did not hesitate hlslta to pander pandlr to t the lowest lowestInstincts lowestInstnct lowestlnstinct
Instincts Instnct of paternallsta patrnalsts and ad Socialists ScIaists and andwrite andwrto andwrite
write Into Int the tle platform of his party the Gov Government 00 00emmont Oovernrnont ¬
ernment wrto ownership ovprhlp of mines minesOf minesor minesof
Of tho Northern orther Securities Securli prosecution prosecutionMr prolecutlonMr
Mr Payne said ealdPresident 6ld 6ldPrpsldnt saidPresiient
President Roosevelts loeevllts party paty framed trame and andenacted andenacted andenacted
enacted the thl laws which he found on the thestatute thetLtUW thestatute
statute hook It was VM his duty dut to enforce enforcethem enrorc enforcethem
them He Je has hal done donI BO I fearlessly tearle8l The Theprise Thersult Theresult
result has called le a halt on Inlawtul utnlawful enter enterpln enterprice
price It I ha has Improved Improve the business hus1nel8 tone toneIt
It It price prleeXow has hO brought security lcurl to legitimate leglllat enter enterNow enterprlee enterprice tne tneIt
Now that the law Is upheld IPhlld our olr opponents opponentsclamo opponentsclamor < nt
clamo clamocrtisai clamor for the cmmencment commencement ot oppn a general genpralClode generalcrusade
crtisai crtisaibad Clode crusade for or te tbe ri rita of nil l crprftlonl corporations Iood Ioodhad good goodhad
had and Indifferent Indllrent The Republican Ropublran party I IIs
Is II nn enemy enem to unlawful enterprises InterprlsPR only oril orilIt I IIt
It I will wi not commence rmmpnr nn Indiscriminate Indiscriminat alaugh alaughnnd slaulh slaulhr clauger
er r against laln those which promote prosperity prosperityand
and provide wages alES to the workers orkerl prospriy prospriyand by lawful lawfulmethods larulmpthodR lawfuuimethods
methods methodsThe mpthodRThe methodsThe
The Administration dmlnI8trntnn will wi proceed with wih care careful earnfiul ¬
ful til investigation thraton It I will I proNe Indulge Jndllee in no ere eretil gal ¬
herr play pia Those engaged In lawful business el
have no cause 01U8e for ulnrm Unlawful combi combine cmbl cmbllatona combituitions ¬
latona tuitions onl only wil wtli be attcke attacked In a word wordthe
the ne law will be impartially enforced
Mr Payne reviewed reylewe and commended commendedthe commendedthe
the work of the he Administration Admlniltmton In regard regardto regardtcrthe
tolho to Iho Post PAt Office Ofc frauds Cuban Cban reciprocity reciprocityand reolpo rgr lty ltyand
and the Isthmian Canal Canl and In concluded concludedwith concIudjwith
with wih thofollowing tlefolowlng tofoliowingpraise praise pmll of the President PresidentThese Pmident Pmidenthae PresidentThese
These hae are some lome of the te mistakes ho his hismnde hasmade
made Because BeCu8e of them they thp say he Is II un unsafe unaae ansafe ¬
safe But up Lp In the parts where I have hav spent spentmy p nt ntmy
my days dasup up In the rural districts dI8trltl where lpnt the theair theair theair
air 0 Is pur pure where all al the conditions ndltonl on the thefarm therrm thefarm
farm on the th hillsides hlRldls nnd In the valleys lles and andIn Ind IndIn endin
In in the btiir bil factories ractrie of the thl villages vlagt8 and Ind bris bristling brlsI hrhsthing ¬
thing I In little ltle cities cltlpl tend to t nourish honest bonelt robust robustAmerican robustAmprir robustAnuenican
American I L manhood and anr clearness dearess of vision visionthe vl8lnnthe visiontin
the common rmmon people rPI love 101 him for the mistakes mistakeshe mltakel
he has hal made mlre and anr will wi roll rol up mnjorlti mnJrl un unMr In InprpCpnle urnprecedented
prpCpnle precedented lr Ior Theodorl Theodore RooeRel Roosevelt RooseveltMr
Mr lr Burnett Buret chairman ohalran of the tm tht committee committeeon ommlt
on flt resolutions rolulon read nad the platform plator and his hisrofnrencen hisrfflrnC hh hhreferences
references rfflrnC to the President Plldent brought brulh out outThree Olt OltThre outThree
Three Thre cheers cher for Teddy Rooseveltl ROOelt The TheroferencpH TboIterncp Thereferences
references Iterncp to Coy Odells OdE11 administration administrationwere Rdmln
18trton 18trtonwer
were wer received rNIpd with cheers Mr Burnetts Burnettspraise BumettspraisE Burnettspraise
praise praisE of Senator Platt Plat brought broulh out another anothertumultuous anothprtumullo anothertumultitous
tumultuous tumullo greeting grlnp for tm tl thtl > Tioga Tloja chlef chleftnlnwho chleftnln chieftam
tnlnwho tnln tam who has Ixenin been in the thickof thic or the Re Republican le lePlblcan Hepublican ¬
publican Plblcan conflict confcl in twelve Presidential Presidentialbattles PIRidenUal PIRidenUalbaltlP Presidentialbattles
battles baltlP and In a hundred hundm State skirmishes KklrmlRheoCol klrllhM klrllhMCol
Col Col Dunn sItting Ittn behInd Senator Platt Plattfrantically Plat Plattfrantically
frantically fraltirRly lod 111 men the cheers chol for his old leader leaderThn leaderTho leaderThe
The delegates delEjntM ut large laJe and alternates alerate and andtho andthl andthe
the thl electors elelollt at large and andthe the district eleo eleotom elo eleetore
tom were wer then announced announrd and later the thonames te tenamps thenanues
names of the new State committee cmmite were weremnde wer weremade
made known koln Whereupon Wherupon th thf the convert convention comention convertion ¬
tion ion ndjournnd ndjourld after a cession 18lon of sixtyfive sixtyfiveminutPH 8lxtyIv 8lxtyIvmlnltp sixtyfivenun
minutPH mlnltp nun tites
rmlrlrnlUI lrlelltnt1 Kleol Eleclers EleclersWith lhlrN lhlrNWlh m mWith
With Wlh two Congress ConjreK districts dbltrlctl yet to be befilled hefilled
filled 110 In the tle Presidential Prlldental Electors nr nrAlLarreCbarles are aretLar > I IIrrealeJ
AlLarreCbarles tLar IrrealeJ eCbTlei A Schleren bleren of Klnci and andieorce aadeorre 501eonce
ieorce eorre Urban Jr of lrle lrleHi I hnieSItar r
SItar Hi mi miI Ill I II
WI I nrlnkerholt nrnkerhol1erer Meyers 120 12 2o John 11 I Hose HoseJ Ioe
J Peter WyckofT Wekot 131 21 Francis FrlreL A Landon LandonJ Lnron LnronS
J John nrescher Jr a William 1Uam F Qurley Ourl Ourlt
4 Edwin 1 lwtn W Voorhees Vorhu 2 23 nfojamln W Arnold nol moIdt
6 Charles E Teale Trle 74 74a Ztt 4
a crarea ss Danlett le Arlieli AnleU k
7 t Charlea iari r n nank I IM te Ceo 8 Astor t Stevens StevensK vn
K lmeit 3am f I March 77 7 7 Seth slh Heaeoek Heak HeakI
0 I Joseph LrvenMiu 1nl W Caldvell Caldw1 I n Denson nnJn
10 William WIlam lllalr lalr 2 20 Wlllam lam K Pierce Pltee PlteeI PierceII
11 I Herman lrman lovrxhnf lovrxhnfIS JObn 3 50 Chri Charles C Wlekwre Wiekwlre WiekwlreIt
IS 1 Charleii Ihal Miontood hnnrod SI > Frederick Frdrcl W V Ortftllhs OrtftllhslV OrmlbJ
lV 1 nrnlAymarSands nrnl Almar Aymsrautd and K 3 3 Ofrre Ororre Wilder WilderII lder lder1t
II Abbott C Combe U AUIton I Bltelow BltelowIS
IS 1t Frederick Ihlmann t i Si f 3L Arthur C BI llutlnta llutlntaIn frl frlI
In I John II I SlmoMn SlmPR la ft I 55 Slmoa rmOI Slebert Stebfrtm Sebn Sebntj
17 1 Edward Scilneli S Clncb Cilutci M William WIlam H J Daniels Danielsis DanleL DanlpLIs
is II Ernest YeAt Hall HallIB lal ST 3 J 11 I UcBwer Uc wer werI
IB I Joseph JOeph Wood Wod > I
Prmldrhli Prf hlIt Unn Oi Otu I Ii State t ate Don 10ei Hint Odcll OdcllThink Odfn OdfnThllks idehlThinks
Think Thllks Ilril IItAntRoofflt hJcuitAntihIooevelt Antl > nooirvrlt Dflrnatci Dflrnatcito 1e1tlatr 1e1tlatrto
to Chlcaco Clco Hay They flit 11 Wouldnt Heed HeedInilruotlong Ired IredIlltruotull HeedInslrtictions
Inilruotlong Illtruotull An tnysiaflont nrwllont > w y Dont Have lne To ToAfter ToArer roAfter
After Arer the State convention conventol yesterday yeatordaymany yesteray yesteraynUny yesterdaylitany
Republicans nettled because becausethe becausetie
many nUny RlpublcMf were wr neWe bcause bcausethe
the delegates delegatel at lt large were cre not o Instructed Instructedfor
for President PrEsldmt Roosevelt Hoolel but were wert merely merelysent ImrelyStlt rntrelyertt
sent Stlt ertt to Chicago with this lila clause call in II their theirInnide IhlrImld theIrinside
inside pocket poket We hereby henl direct that thatthe thattho thatthe
the delegates delejale thlM thi Iuii dny chosen u 1M tuse e all al hon honorable honorable ltoniorable ¬
orable means to bring about his hi nomina nominatlon nomlnRtol notutination
tlon tol for President lrpsldllt at the national lallolal nat loud conven convention cnen cnentlon conveiiiou ¬
tion iou to be held In Juno JunoTho JUle JulioIhio
Tho 11 Presidents friends freud ohjocled oljcll < to tim thowont thAwonl timword
wont direct dlrt and Ind insisted hli le that they the had hadbeen hal luaubeen
been ben ledto leHo believe blae that the lie word wor instruct instructwas instructwas 0 0at
was at to be lined d Ito Jho March convention conventionof oonvelton oonveltonof
of 1806 Instructed Instructlofor for Jxivi eri 1 P Morton Morol the theStates theSlltes the8ttos
States Slltes choice for President as al follows followsTherefore foloW follostherefore
Therefore hreror we WI Instruct Il truct our 01 delefutes dflelu tea to tothe tothe tothe
the St It Louis convention COlltOI to present lre elt him HI HIour I a aour
our run clldidote esiudldate did a to for President Ireldllt und Ind urge Irf upon uponthem upontbem upontheta
them to L use every honorable means IPOI to secure securehlit spcurebl securehis
his bl nomination nominationThe nomlnltlol nominatlotuThe
The Presidents friends said that a slight slighthad slght slghthad slighthad
had been bten put upon him by hU hL own State Stateand Stateand Stateand
and that this thl was Wi all al the more apparent apparentwhen npparnt npparntwhen apparentwhen
when up UI to yesterday yeteray In thin thR and other otherStates otherStates otherStates
States 440 6 delegates dele atl had been ben elected electedand elEte electedand
and 341 34 Instructed Intructe for Roosevelt Hooeelt Those Thoseinstructed IhoseInstructed 101
instructed are areAlakka areOlahka aretlaska
Alakka 0 Nebraska brAka I C CAnirona I IArizona
Arizona Arltonl GjNewUexIco oiNeJeslco oiNeJeslcoAlabama cNew Mexico 6 6Alabama 6Alabama
Alabama 14 1 New ew York 54 54Delaware 2 2Velaware 24lielaware
Delaware 0 6onthCarulina North orlbcarJnl Carolina 2 tFlorida 2Iorda 2Florida
Florida Iorda 10 Ohio 18 18Gcorgln 10Georgll inOcorgte
Gcorgln Georgll 21 Oklahoma o oIllinois 1 aillinoiS
Illinois Ilnols Ollennsylvanln 6j 6 n Iaaln 15 15IndlanTerrltory 1 15hndhanTernitory
IndlanTerrltory IndlaaTrlory flsouihCarolina QSuthCarJua I South Carolina l lIndiana U UIndiana Uindiana <
Indiana IbiTtnnrgiee l tb1eriuueaaceSCansas ielltee 0 0Kansas oKana
Kansas Kana 18 ISTcA lsresa lsresaLouIsiana Texas so soLouisiana 3
Louisiana 4 4tiah < ltah Iah n nMinnesota 0tlesota Clirmesota
Minnesota tlesota 50 2OVtrlnia i Virginia Id IdMississippi toMIssissippi
Missouri Mississippi Mi MiVlscon lconln ln = i iMissouri I
Total TotalAlaska
Alaska Ii entitled enttd to only onl 4 delctatej delctatejThe dlcrate dlcrateThe delctatesThe
The unlnstruoted are areAlabama areAlabama areAlabama
Alabama 5NewYork 5NewYorkGeorgia 21 2ewVorkeorgia york W Wola
Georgia ola 4iOhlo 40110 4 Ohio 4 4llllnoU 4U 4illinois
llllnoU 4 Pennsylvania I 49 49Kansu 4 41ulIa 10Katlsa5
U tr
Kansu 2Tcnnessee 4 4Louisiana 4LouisIana
Louisiana 1ulIa JlVlrclnla H HMinnesota 6MInnesota ItMInnesota
Minnesota 3West 2Weatirgiala Vlrtlnla Vlrtlnlaillssourl 2 2Uuourl Sathsiouri
illssourl 4
Uuourl Total Tnll TotalIhe 105 105The 10
The Presidents friends frlendl recalled rlaled that thatGov tht thatCoy
Coy 00 Odells Odels own Congress Cogre8 district ditrict of Bulll Bulllvnn Suli Sulivan SuUivan
van Orange Orngo and Ind Hockland had not In Instructed i hietructed
structed strcte 0 for Roosevelt 100c1 that I tho Ito same samething Bwe Bwething samething
thing ha had < l occurred ocurrP in the Congress Lonfre8S die dtstrlcte distrlc1 dietricts
trlcte trlc1 of CloY 0 Odells Odela two warmest warmCt friends friendsRepresentative friendsRepreltathe trietdsRepresentative
Representative Luoius N Littauer Lltauer and andIouls andlul andLottie
Iouls lul F J Payn and that William Wiiam C Warren WarrenGov Warrn WarrnGo WarrenJoy
Joy Go Odells OdelR lieutenant leutenant in Erie Elo county count had hadInstructed hadInstnlcto hadInetructed
Instructed Instnlcto the delegates for the President PresidentIf
If nominated moreover that In It Go GoOdehls lov lovOdelP 0 0Odell
OdelP Odell New York county cOlnty machine twenty twentysix twentvsix twentysix
six of the thirtylive thirtyfve Assembly AItmbly districts districtshod dlstrlct8ha districtshad
had ha failed fRle to instruct In tmct for tho President PresidentPresident PrKldent PrKldentPresient PresidentPresident
President Presient Roosevelts HooBeltl friends frendK went on to tosay toeay tocay
say that when in the White Whie House Hous he read readthe readIhe readthe
the Now York orll State Stntf platform platformwhich which had hodbeen ha hadbeen
been bn sent Bnt to him by 1 Coy Oo Odoll Odl1 and Rllre Rllretume re returned returned ¬
turned to the th Governor O Kd Kod by the IhePresident thePrcsidPtlt thePresidentIt
President PrcsidPtlt PresidentIt tume It contained contalno the word instruct instructand instrct instrctand instructand
and that th up to t < midnight Monday Mondn the word wordremained wordremaine wordronnaitted
remained remaine in the document doument Moreover Moreoveradvance Moreoveradvance Joreopradance
advance copies coplet of the platform pltform R cent nt out outby outby outby
by the press pre R associations Msolatlons contained contulnt1 the theword thaword theword
word instruct inAtruct In the email smal hours hour if ifyesterday nfyesterday f fyestrl
yesterday yestrl morning mom lng however how er the tie word wordinstruct wOft wOftln8tnlcto woreinstrttct
instruct disappeared dlMppared nnd the word worddirect worddlret worddirect
direct dlret was I put In its Is place placeThe placeThe
The anWRoosovclt MtHoAvellpI men In the delegation delegationdeclared delegaton delegatondela delegationdeclared
declared dela that they the would not be bound boud nt ntChicago ntChicago atChicago
Chicago by instructions In tnctlons even eVEn if they Ihe were wereforced wereforced
forced fored on them and they Paid ad lost night nightrooted nlRhtthat nightthat
that In hayig having the lie delegat6 delegates nt lage largedi largedirooted dl dlrtd
rooted rtd for him the Presidents Pr8ldents friends friendshad trlendsha friendshad
had ha won wo a a victory on a par with wih hl hi his merger mergerdecision mergr mergrdlslon mergerdecision
decision in the Supreme Court of the the United UnitedStates Unled UnledStat UnitedStates
States Stat four judges judg for and ad four against againstwith aganst aganstwith againstwith
with one onfon on the fence flno mighty mighy dubious dubiousas dubiousa
as a to t which lilch way wa he would drop
The antlRoocevelt antlRooRvelt men In the th con convention convontion ¬
vention said Illd that they th would break brlk any
Instructions Instrctons given given to them and gave as asauthority Mauthority anauthority
authority for their thelr conduct < the course COUI Ivn of oftho ofUe oftho
tho Ue Republican Republcan State delegation delegatol to t the thoChicago theChicngo theChicago
Chicago national convention of 1880 181 At AtUtlca AtUtca AtUtica
Utica Utca on Feb 20 of that year Tar Roscoe RoFo Conk Conkling Cnklig ConkRug
ling lig an ardent supporter lprier of Ulysses 11S S SGrant SGrant SGrant
Grant forced for the State Stte convention conveton by a aresolution avot avote
vot vote of 217 to lA 180 to adopt the following followingrOo folowing folowingresolution
resolution resolutionrtrtolttd rOo resolutionflsolved II t Ion Ionn801ur
rtrtolttd n801ur That the Republicans RepublclM of New XewYork NewYork NewYork
York believe bolln th thA hue reelection replecton of tTlrn U1rSRI Uivmns es S 8Grant SGrant SGrant
Grant n aa Presidential Prlsldntol candidate nndleRte of 0 urgent urgentImportance Irllnt IrllntImPrfncl urgentimportance
Importance and the delegates deleRa thin thll day In ns nsnombled nB assembied
nombled aambll are called cale upon upn and Anr Instructed Instruete to u me metheir uotheir o otheir
their most earnest erp8t nnd united unite effort elort to tosecure tosecure toseclire
secure his nomination nominationWhen nomlnnton nomlnntonWhen nominationWhen
When the delegation dplegtlon arrived arrTe in Chicago Chicagoby ChllKO ChllKOIn Chicagoin
In June Senator Conklng Conkhlng W wan notfe notified notifiedby
by the th antiGrant antGrant men that they would ould not notbe notbe notbe
be bound by tho instruct IMtrcfonR ions of the February Februaryconvention Febrar Februaryconvention
convention conventon Senator Snator Conkling Conklng failed taie In an aneffort aneror aneffort
effort eror to force rore the national natonal convention ccnvEntlon to tocompel tompl tooompBl
compel mpl the he Now York Ktntfl t te delegation to
Introduced Itrouc the following tolowing resolution resolutionRttohri Iluton IlutonRuor resolutionReolred
Rttohri Ruor is tho cense sensl of this convention conventionthat
that every member of It Is I hound In contonton contontonthat honor to tosupport tolupport tottutpport
support lupport Its I nominee nomineE whoever that nominee nomineemay nomineeutay
may be and that no man should hold a sent sentwho seatwho
who Is not ready rady to so agree ncreolution alrA alrAEugee agreeEugene
Eugee Eugene Hae Halo of 3atne IRlo oppos opposed thl this reo reoluton ipso ipsolution
lution luton Faying Rol I take it that a Republican Republicanconvention Hcpublcnn Hcpublcnnconentlon Republicanconvention
convention does dos not need ne to be b instructed instructedthat Istct Istcttht instructedthat
that tht Its first frst and underlying underllg duty after afternominating uter uternomlatn afternominating
nominating nomlatn its Il candidate jg I to elect Iet him himover himove himover
over ove a Democratic DcmoaJc candidate cldldRt Mr Conk Conklings Cnk Cnkln Conklings
lings ln gs resolution resluton however was 8 adopted adoptP by bya
a vote vot of 716 to 3 1 The three thr dissenters dissenterswere dlllnter
were wee from West Virginia Vlrllla and MrConltllnc MrConltllncpromptly 1r Mr ConhlDg ConhlDgprompty Conlihing Conlihingpromptly
promptly prompty moved moo that tht they be 0 expelled expelledfrom exple
from the convention conyeton but was WI Induced Idute to towithdraw towithdraw towithdraw
withdraw his resolution Ifolutlon after oflr the three threehad threehad
had apologized apologizedThis aplo lze
This Ths is I the way the N New > w Yorkers Yorkerl regarded regardedtheir reglrde regardedtheir
their instructions In that national conven convention convenitori ¬
natona conln conlnIton
tion On the first frst ballot balot the th vote ote ot of the thedelegation thodelegaton thedelegation
delegation delegaton was WR Grant Ornt Si l Blame Baine 17 and andSherman 11d 11dSherman saudSherman
Sherman 2 This continued contnlr until uDtl th thseventeenth thl the theseventeenth
seventeenth sevententh ballot balot when the th vote ote of the thedelegation tll thindeIegatlons
delegation deIegatlons was Grant Ora t 50 Blalne Blame1 18 i Sher ¬
man 1M
sixth ballot balot when whe the vote of the delegation delegationwas delegaton delegatonwa
was wa 60 6 for Grant and 20 for Garfield when whenGartlold whenOan1old
ORrfeldwhn ORrfeldwhnOarold
Gartlold Oarold was w nominated nominatedTHK nomiat nomiatTHP nominatedTIlE
calls c Oov Go Odell Odel an a Executive Cental and andAlbany andAbany andAlbany
Albany Abany a Reflection Re eoton or Washington WashingtonThis uhlnKtonhl ashuinton ashuintonThis
This hl is l the te platform pltforl adopted adoptedThe adopted1he adoptedThe
The Republicans Republcans of New York ork by b their theirrepresentatives theirrepresentatives I Ireprelntatve
representatives reprelntatve In II convention eonvlnto aenembled aenembledreiterate nSlemble aecembledreiterate
reiterate their devotion deoton to t and conlldenoe cnfdenoe In Inthe II iiithe
the principles prlnclplel of their part party After Aler half halfa
a century entlry of existence eistpnce they the follcltato elclRte their theircountrymen theirc1ntrmen theirecuintrynten
countrymen c1ntrmen upon the truth that the progress progressof
of r the th nation naton upn has been accomplished cclpl he under
Chief ChiefMagtstratecwho Magistrates who have hlYO been the embodi embodiment Ilbodl IlbodlIpnt emboditneiut ¬
ment Ipnt of o Republican Hepuhlcan Ideas IdeR and Ind throiich thrlfh the thnwlndom thf thewisdom
wisdom wlAom of Republican Jlpublcan Mateamunthlp Ilat manhlp and andRepublican andRpublcan andRepublican
Republican Rpublcan patriotism patnot8m In II Congress ComrrcsnAfter ConlresI Congress4fter
After four our yearn larR of Democratic rule rl during duringwhich durlnl duurjngwhich
which the thenationnl national finances OnltclS were inlsmannsed 111 iruisuruanagedIt
11 I deficit created creatlo the thl Industrie Ildusties n of f the lanale country countryund countrrparalyz colintryparaiyzed
paralyz paraiyzed labor 1tfllcte tueglected < l wRleN wages reduced reducedstud
und tbe agricultural alrlculturl Interests Intprp t Ignored lIHlrt relce the thepeople thePlplp thePeople
people Plplp seeking eklnl relief relp from frl these th error erroragain errorpalaln errorsagain
again alaln Invoked Il0kN theprotection throtcton of o a Republican RepublicanAdministration Jtppuhlcll JtopubliennAdmInIstration
Administration Administraton nnd ld elected a ni as President Presidentof Preldent Preldentor
or ut the Unltl United Htat8 h4tatoe tlA thin foremost tnuericatu tnuericatuof lerlcal
of his time tleWilam tiuuueS William iihiaruu McKlnley MeKlnlp MeKlnlpWith
With lLh hit Inauguration Inauluratol und 11d inC the restoration restorationto rpstorston rpstorstonto
to power pwIr powercuf of t a party part pledged plle to the tht pncourace pncouracement PlwuraI etucouragefluent
ment of domestic damptc activity ncthi an I honest nyntrm nyntrmof eetcr
of finance rind the expansion of our com commercial om ommecia centunercisi ¬
mercial mecia I Interests Intnre unc t these the A rondltlonn ondlton wern wernreversed wprl uverereversed
reversed IcpraHl The enforcement enforctnlll of th these < w policies policieswu polcil
wu was al followed tolowl by n I renewal of confidence confidencecapital contintenotc5gdtal nllrnc
capital cBllal emerged omral from from rom UN IM hiding hhlnr hhciin place pIB manu manufacturing lalu laluracturlnl uuuauiuPicturing ¬
Picturing racturlnl enterprise pnterprlal1 no 10 longer IOllr languished languishedAn lansuilho
Rnd the worktnsnien orklnlmn tOUI found employment pmplomentI
An I adequate tariff turt safeguarded 811ilnrde the tl products rroducWof prduct
of the th farm anl unit from tlui tl Inroad Inrold of fordim ror111 sari ugrlculturlsM saricultuiristn
nlr nlrculturlalln1
culturlsM culturlalln1 and social 1lallnd nnd Industrlnl advance advancement tuuivtieefluent halcP halcPmpnt ¬
fluent linn hll been steady atEad and nn < 1 permanent perlanpnt perlanpntTU permanentTIIF
It Is a Kingular Ilnlula fact tlt that while whlp Ile lie nutloim nutloimof
of the tle Old World were ere applauding appldlll the t tiu Amer American Atrueriran tOIA tOIAof rer rerInn ¬
Inn Government for or the th magnanimity and andhluhmlndednnss Ind IndhlKhmlndenns andhuiglimtndednuuss
hlKhmlndenns hluhmlndednnss with wih which bloh It disposed dlMMt of ofthe oftho ofthe
the grave questions quustons which followed tolowe tho war warwith wrwih warwith
with wih iruve Spain lpaln at horns the Democrntlo Democruto party partywan pirt pirtaR partywas
wan aR unreserved unrlre In Its i3 criticism rrltclsT and ald IU pro prodlctlono predictIons re redicton
dictIons dicton of calamity Ilamlt With Imperlnllxm Imp rllUlm and andmilitarism andmihitanisnu < nd ndmlUrl
militarism mlUrl m RN I IU 1 slogan lnlln It attempted nUerlle lo mis lla llalend mislead ¬
lead thn tl lie people Into InO the belief bpler thnt territo territorial territorlli territoriuii ¬
rial rlli aggrandizement alllndlzement was wa tho tie ultimate uliuat ob oho ohoJect CiiJoel ¬
Joel ject of the thl Republican Republcan pallor It renewed renewedits
its iA assault < lenult upon that citadel cladll of n our strength strengththn Itrlnlth Itrlnlththl strengththe
the thl national nltonal monetary 10nAUr wyMern 111 end nd offer offerthe olerl offered offeredthin
the fallacy tallo of free ret diver Alhlr at tbe UII thiriie ratio rltn Int of sixteen Rlxtcento Ixtento
to one on n 11 n nulmtltutn Ilhettut for th the ba bask k principle principleof
of the gold standard Atndart nnd nd nn honest dollar dollarnnd dolar dolaran dollarand
and with wit numerous numlrus mischievous and Ind untrlexi untrlexitheories Intril uintriuuci uintriuucitheories
theories an thlrll of government 10vpmmpnt endeavored Ind to d dmoralize de detnornlize
moralize moralze public pUble confident rnfrn and avorf shatter ehater r thus thufaith thl thusfaith
faith of the people peple In the party paty In power
I The visual measure of a aman aman aman
man is taken at his hat and it itis itis itis
is human nature to size each eachother eachother eachother
other up If Ifyou you wean a aRNOX
HAT HATyou HATyou I Iyou
you arc correct and immune immunefrom immunefrom I II
I I from adverse ad rse comment commentAiendes commentI
I Aiendes In alt primIrml cltlm of tbe world worldThe
d dh
The Ihi h popular verdict against IKolnHt such fuch teaching teachingwns tlnchlnes tlnchlneswno teachingsunits
units overwhelming Irlct nnd Ind testified to the com common lom10n loiniuuon
mon 10n oprwhlmlli Reuse lU 6 and loyalty 10llt of o tlHtte the Iht American merlclu elec elecwhile clectOI electorts
tOI torts tortsWhile while While we have hro witnessed wlne8M the confusion conflelon o oour or orolr ofour
our olr Whie political poltcal opponents opponpnt nud ld the repudiation repudlatloiof repudiaton repudiatonor
of their llelr candidates 1nrldatP stud platforms platorms our ranks rankhave rankshae rankshave
have been augmented by b thousands thousondl of pa patrlotlo patrlot patriotk
trlotlo law la uUllente abiding nbldlnl citizens ctlzen who no longer loncewilling 10nRerwllul longeruuhlhhiug
trlot willing to tolerate tolfrute the declarations declaratons and prao praotiers praotles praoti
tiers tles ti wllul es of Democracy OPlocroy have Identified Identfe them themperlty thomeeles themselves
selves wltl with the paty party or prolrl8 progreSs ad and pros prosperlt pro proluenity
perlty In the name spirit plrll that Inspired Inspiredthem InspiredthsO inspiredtheft
them thsO to embrace plhrlCO Republicanism epublonnlsl we w vel veltome el elIml l lcomn
tome them thpl and Invite thorn to cooperate cooperatewith cooperatewith
with Iml us for nound sound government oornrent and the per perpetuation perpetunton perpetuntlon ¬
petuation petunton of lunr Justice Justce and right rightWR rgl tightWE
The tragedy that deprived the nation or orth ofthin
the th exalted traley services deJrlo of o Prtsldent PresIdent J Jshadowed McKinley McKinleyshiadowed cKnler cKnlershadowo
shadowed exale every eer heart hert with th Borrow frow hut butemphasized hutPlphBlze huteiiuphasized
emphasized shadowo nevertheless npvrthelesl the jruth ruth that thatthough thatthough
though PlphBlze Ihoulh men perish the E Rpublc Republic publlo stl still U11 lives livesTho 1 UreaTho ea eaTho
Tho work of rehabilitation Inaugurated Inaugurate and andHUecesofiilly andHUlceoeruly andsucepfiiily
HUecesofiilly carried rehabitaton on by him and tbe wise wlsotlou wisepolicies 18e 18epolclO
policies HUlceoeruly which carrie characterized hs admInistra admInistraton adrutinletraIon
polclO Ion were taken up by b hi 111 his Successor whose whosecourage wboaecuraee whosecourago
courage ton In the midst of trying plrcum plrcumfltonces circuimStances lrcul
Stances curaee and whoso wholo ab ablt1 ability llty honesty 10n ty of pur purpose pur purpose ¬
pose and nd sturdy Americanism Amerloau 80 have elicited elicitedthe elclted elcltedthe elicitedthe
the admiration and respect rcpect of all al of our ourpeoplu ourPPI ourpeople
people PPI admlrlton We commend cmmend Theodore Thedore Roosevelt Rooseveltwith HoReyelt HoReyeltor Rooseveltfor
for or th tiu rearlosnefa fearlessness and goo good Judlment Judlmentwlb judgment judgmentwith
with which he entered upon the solution fluton of ofproblems orprobles ofproblems
problems wlb probles of o social Iclol Intere economy eouom ecOuloni und spvern spvernment govern goornIpnt governiuteflt
ment We recognize the rare capacity ho hohas hohaa hohas
has Ipnt exhibited reclnlze In meeting methlQ all al the require requirements requirementK requirenlettti4 ¬
ments exhibite cf C hlH great ofuce ofcI We rjallze ralze realize that thathis thathil thathis
his hil ofllclul nets Ireot have ha 0 justified ju tlOe the public publicconfidence pUblc pUblcIonldenco publicconfidence
ofclal nct
confidence Ionldenco which Is the fundamental undamentl factor factorof taoOr taoOro factorof
of o his popularity popularityAccordingly
Accordingly w we Indorse the Administra Administration Administraton ¬
tion ccordllgh of Theodore Theaore Roo ROOleelt Roosevelt evelt Believing Ilevln In Inhis 11 inhue
his ton loyalty to the principle prlnclplol of thoRepub thoRepublican theRepublnn the Repub Repubhican ¬
lican hil loal party part relying on his iui devotion dovoton to the theInterests tbeInteret theinterests
Interests lnn of American relhl citizens and confiding confidingIn cnfdlne cnfdlneIn
In Interet his wisdom wisom his courage ourale cltrene and his lla states statesmanxhlp statt stattmlhlp statesmannhhp
delegates delegatMHUB delegatesthis
manxhlp mlhlp we hereby direct that the delegate
HUB thll this un da day > CIlUDVll chosen use unn 11 all liwuwa honorable il nl0na nueans 1 1brlnp to tobrlni tobring
bring about his nomination for or President Presidentat
brlni at the national convention nominaton to bo beheld hold In June JuneWo JuneWo JuneWe
Wo nalonal Indorso the cnPnlon Presidents action touch touching touching ¬
ing the Panama Canal The lh Interocennlc Interocennlcwaterway Interocnlc Interocnlcatrwa Interoceanicwaterway
Inl waterway atrwa long desired dealr and rnd vainly vain sought soughtby 80ughtb soughtby
by b the great commercial nation Intona the short niiortcut thort thortcut shortcut
cut from our great reat centrei of commerce on onthe onthe onthe
the Atlantic seaboard lboard to 0 A Asia la taunt Ind the Pacific PacfllcIslands Pacfle Pacificislands
Islands 1 landa taltlc and all the link lnk lust brings trlnls our eastern easternand eastemand easternand
and western we coasts const Into Int neighborly nellhborl1 com communlfiMtlon COI COIlunllatol cottirnunlnutiort
munlfiMtlon ter a commercial commprcRI gain lin for all al thoworld tho thoorlr theworld
lunllatol world In time of peace peace and nn 11 American AmericanThrough Americanuteneesity mercn mercnIPIISlt
orlr tme
IPIISlt uteneesity II iuu titan o of wlr wrur It Is nt last u assured assuredrhuroughu ure
Through Throulh tho tme prompt nets of a Republican RepublicanPresident Republcan RepublcanPresiden RepublicanPresident
President and n Republican Congress our ournational olr olrnntonnl outrnational
1 Iepuhlcan
national Presiden control thereof in l secured Tie TbeAmerican TieAmerican Ihe IheAmercan
nntonnl American fine will float over It seture forever foreverWe rorolr rorolrWe foreverWe
Amercan We deploro flL the wi absence abeenle fmlt of the thl American Americanflag Amprlcanfagtrol Americanflag
flag from rota the high hllh sen Ipl sea5 and Ind the lack of o Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can fagtrol shipping shlpplnlil In tn the forelcn rorll trnde a condition conditionduo condlton condltondil conditiondim
duo dil to the lack Intk of protection proctol for or a pnc once great ereatand geat geatRnd greatan
and an powerful industry Indu trr that shed she lustre Ilstre and andrenown andrPlown studrenown
renown upon the nation nnd helped Iplno to t save savoIt fle fleIt saveit
rPlown UIII naton
It from destruction in Its Is earlier prler days da1 of na national nntlonal national ¬
tional peril htrlrlol We favor the thf enactment enactment of ofHiicli orlch ofsuch
such legislation plrl as shall hal give IIe to American Americanbuilt AIertCn AIertCnIllt Americanbuilt
built lch ships Ipllaton officered and manned mannld by b Ameri American Amer Anuerican ¬
can Illt citizens omcere the carrying of the larger larler part partof partor pantof
cllrn that the thenntion thenatol thenntuouu
of our foreign rorp commerce in order
nntion Mhnll I have haA both the ships and nr the thl men menas mena menas
natol hal and ficdin andorde andin
as a resources of defence In time of trouble tr01blp
in rfurcpa order that American workingmen may mayhave mayh1 mayhave
have orde the tlu building and fnd running of the thf ships shipsemployed ehlpspmplo1 shipsemployed
employed h1 pmplo1 II blldlni In doing dolnl our foreign forell carrying carrylnuOOT crrln crrlnGOT
We I reaffirm our belief beler that tlat the thl greatest greatestnational geatflt geatfltnatonnl greatestnational
national Issue I ue Is the maintenance mnlntplanC of o pros prosperity nrosrlril prosperity ¬
perity natonnl and we stand Iland scjunrely ellarllr for or thn ho In InIhe InAlrltr integnit
rlril tegnit or anr the principle of 1 a protcthe irotecttve tar tarIn taritt
In Alrltr 1 lhat hat prncple principle 18 rqulrc required t to maintain mnlntalntha
the highest Icale scale of Amprl American < n wages und undthl andthe
hllhc8t nle9
the thl supremacy SlprlmUCr of the American Amerlcln workshop workshopThe worklhop worklhopThp workshopThe
The permanency of a republican rpubltnn govern governynent
mfut ynent 18 prmanenoy baaEd based 1 upon a pur pure Hjre and nld fre tNf free Iopm Iopmmfut ballot ballotdepriving balot balotWICr ballotVP
VP 4t opposed to either iA its onrupton corruption or oriA orits
oPPOpd Iher
its WICr lintitathon hy depriving deprhlnl any citizen tzen of the thenlfeiiBtntes thf theltuitedStuitec
iA nlfeiiBtntes lmiaton anywhere of the right nighitto Iht < to deposit depositita depolthi deposithis
his ltlfedttnlan3whpre ita vote except for cause permitted by b the theConstitution thAConsttuton theConstlttition
excpt CUO prmlttd
hi Constitution vot To this thll end nd we demand the theprotection theprnlpctol theprotectiout
protection Consttuton nnd permanency of all al civil elvl and nndpolitical andpnltral antipolitical
prnlpctol pnltral political rights rJlhts prmanency of our citizens citzens without wltolt dis discrimination discrimination dl dlcninututution ¬
crimination ns to rnco rnt or color colorODKLLS colorOnJLLs colorOUELLS
The management of the Stntos business businesshas bualnI busInesshas
hn has been manallmlnt n reflection rnfecton of the splendid attain attainments nttln nttlnments attainmeats ¬
ments of Federal administration administrton The ex executive excute exectutlve ¬
ecutive genius enlll of Oov 0 oy Benjamin IenJrln II I Odell OdI Jr Jrban Jrha lrlii
lii ban cute imparted vigor Ior to every eer department departmentillstlnKulshlng dppartmpntlstnlullhlni departmenthistinguishing
ha illstlnKulshlng Irprtpe tim conduct rondlct of affairs talrs by b those thosebusinesslike thoehuslnp ttuotebusinesslike
huslnp businesslike lstnlullhlni alk practical prctcal tm methods of which ha hais hI heis
is the conspicuous exponent rspOlent A common commonwealth commonwlalh commonwealt ¬
wealt wealth lu like I Ike an Individual Indlvldlnl1 must mut live lve within withinIts wihin wit bin binits
wlalh Its Income Tho Individual Ildlvlc ual who spends spendsmore spnds spndsmorp spendsmore
more 11 than he acquires Invites Invlea Insolvency Insolvencynd Inlolvenoy Inlolvenoyand
and nd the State Stte that adopts adopt the same policy policynust polcy polcymU8t policymust
must face tnt disaster dlllter For or his determined dAtermlner ad ndrocney advocacy
rocney of retrenchment rltrnchllnt of relief rle from State Statenxatlon Btatl Statetaxation
taxation 01 his measures mpa url of economy and andils nnr andhis
his sagacious ellaclou8 regulation of Htate expendl expendlures epndl epndlturp8 eponditires
turp8 tires Gov Odell Odel deserves de8tves as h hf he has re reinleof n reenivetl
cel enivetl pl the apIreclalon appreciation and nn Ilpport support or the thepeople
people < inleof or New York
We e commend commpn our party paty representatives represontatlresIn rprCenlatl
In the national natonal Legislature Vllelature They creditably creditablyand rclabl rclablnnd
and loyally represent rpprPent the great ret and Ind diver dlverpfl dherIWsd diversifted
pfl IWsd sifted d loall commercial commlrclal Industrial Industral and social socialInterests 80clalInlerpet3 socialInterests
Interests of our State ttt The nopuhlcan Republican party partyacknowledges partyacknollgps partyacknowledges
acknowledges with wih gratitude Ittude the splendid splendidsorvlcts RplendldRurvlc1 eplendidservices
services Rurvlc1 acknollgps of the senior lnlor United Unld 8tat Stat States i Senator SenatorThornus Senatr Senatrfhomas SenatorTluomus
Thornus C Plutt who for more than a quar quarter Quartor quaror ¬
ter or of a century cntur has stood ItoO stalwart stlwart and firm tlrmIn frm frmIn firmin
In the battle for Republican Htp1blcan supremacy nupremaoyand lupremac lupremacnnrl supremacyand
and whose battp leadership leadelhlp ho hn has been inspiring inspiringand Insplrlnl inspiringand
and potent In the accomplishment io plshment of Republi Republican Iopubl ¬
can success successThe successThe
cn The aucele Republican HepuhlCn party part Is I still stl committed committedto eommlted eommltedto
to those thole fundamental maxims of the th Govern Government Gover Qovernmacnt ¬
ment In the advocacy Idvoacy of whloh It had Its Itsconception It itsconception
conception and birth Its It record tells tell of a afidelity I afidelity
fidelity to principle and of a courago to con conviction con1cton eonviction ¬
viction Odplt that has ha ha been i > e n Illustrated lustrad by no other othernational othernatonal othernational
national 1cton organization organizton since sinc the foundation foundationof foundaton foundatonor
of natonal the Government It baa remained rrmllnld stead steadfast sWd sWdta8t steadfauit ¬
fast In Its It Ideals unyielding nTlelrln8 In IU It champion championship champlonship championship ¬
ship of truth Under Its It administration admllistrton the theUnited thotnl4d theUnited
United 8t4t4S States has become great IPnt and Ind powerful powerfulamong powerulamong powerfulamong
among the nations of tho earth earthWith enrh enrhWith earthVlth
With this nntons result relul the Republicans Hpplblcans of New NewYork NewYork Newiork
York extend etend congratulations conlratulnton to the thl people peopleof Jople Jopleor
of the country and nd pledge pled their party pat to tounity toInl tounity
unity Inl earnestness earneltnM countn nnd work for or tn thl the main maintenance mnlntnance maintenanc5 ¬
tenance of good Ioor government Ioemment nnd the con coutlnuunco contnuance continuance
tlnuunco of principles prlnclplll which Insure peace peaceplenty pface pfaceplenty peaceplenty
nnd the happiness of the
plenty tbehnpptness happlnels people peopleTHEY pople popleTHE peopleTWEY
No o Mention of Hearst leart at Hndion Hodon County CountyN Cut CutN
N J o Democratic Demoorato Caucus CaucusThe Cuc CucThe tuouaThe
The Hudson county cunty N J delegation delegationto delegion delegionto
to the Democratic Demcato State Sate convention cnventon held helda heldacucU
a acucU caucus at the rooms rom of the Robert Rb Davis DavisAssociation DavisAssocIation
Association Asoiton In Jersey Jeey City last 1t night nightand nightand nightand
and selected solot the following folowing delegates delegate to the thenational thenatonl thenational
national natonl convention cnvtnlon at St Louis Lui Ninth NinthCongress NinthCong NinthCongress
Congress Cong district Dr L F Donohuo Dnohue of ofBayonne ofDyonne ofBayonne
Bayonne Dyonne and John Meld Meb Jr of Jersey JOrey City CityTenth CityTenth CityTenth
Tenth Congress Congm district dl tlct John Mulllna Muln of ofJersey ofJlley ofJersey
Jersey Jlley City and E A S Lewis LwL of Hoboken HobokenWilliam HobokenWiHam HobokenWilliam
William WiHam D Edwards Edwars of Jersey Jory City made madean
an address addrs eulogizing Judge Parker and nndpredicting andpredicting
predicting preictng a Democratic D moortlo victory next o1t No November Noypmbr November ¬
vember ypmbr with lth Parker at the head hed of the theticket thetcket theticket
ticket tcket Mr Edwards Edwars moved moe that Hudsons HudsonsCongress Hudlne HudlneCongreR HudsonsCongress
Congress CongreR district distrct delegates be b directed dirte to tourge tourge tourge
urge at It the State convention cnventon at Trenton Trentonthat Tlnton Tlntonthat Trentonthat
that tho Now Jersey JelY delegation deloltlon go to St StLouis Sto StoLouis StLouis
Louis instructed Instrctpd for Judge Parker R The Thomotion Themoton Titemotion
motion moton wan M adopted unanimously unaimously Refer References Ifer References ¬
ences tnos to Judge Parker evoked evoke applnuso applnusoat applausoat Epllll
at ho caucus CUCUA William Wiiam R Hearst Bpat e name namewas nlme nlmewaR namewas
was not mentioned mentionedHILL mentionedI1ILI
ment ne neII
Two fnnvrntlnnc onnn tnn Ilrlrl 111 at t PUttibart PlatlboSBoth PlatlboSBothOeelarl PhattsburlDoth PhattsburlDothDeclarn Both BothDeclare
Declare Oeelarl for Parker ParkerPiATTBnnna Paker PakerluTsRuno PptkerItarraiuuno
PiATTBnnna luTsRuno N Y April AprI1Thp 12 flThe The Clinton Clintoncounty Clnton ClntoncOlnty Clintoncotinty
county cOlnty Democratic Domortc convention conenton this after afternoon afer afernoon afternoout ¬
noon roHult roultr resulted < > d In an open nipture between betweenthe btwen btwenthe betweenthe
the Hill Hl and the antiHill antHI factions factons The TheantiHill TheantHi Theantihill
antiHill antHi faction facton was 8 In control of the thetemporary thetemporary
temporary organization organizton and applied theHag the thoIag thegag
Hag Iag temprar rule rle refusing flAlng the th Hill Hi men apple an a oppor opportunity opportunity ¬ I
opJr opJrtulty
tunity tulty to express exprM their opinions opinion Tho Hill Hillmen Hi Hillinert
men then thln bolted b olPI nod organized or anlZd another anotherconvention I Iconvention
convention The antiHill antHi ant IHill convention conventionpassed ronrntionpasted I
passed pA resolutions rlRlltlonK Indorsing IndorslnJ Parker Ionvlnton IonvlntonpA for forTho forPreuuiden
Prefl Preuuiden pnt t trho
Tho Hill Hi men elected elelPI delegates nelelBtt1 and in inRtnictexl InftMated Inatnicted I
Rtnictexl ftMated them thor for Parker Iarkpr for President Presidentand Prelient Prelientand Precidentand
and Stnncbfield Stanchfeld for Governor GovernorIlrooUljn Goeror GoerorOrnnkln Governorflrookln
IlrooUljn Plnl rhll Works ork8 Aflrr nrf flre Till Tlt Morning MorningH Iomln MotninH IomlnH
H Adlers Adlrl fionR fonR paint works at Gold Goldand Ooldand Goldand
and Tlllary Tllr BtreetK tltree4l Brooklyn Brokl wan Wi afire afireearly atr afireThe
early this rnornlnrf The damage will be beabout b
morn damg wl
about abut 50000 50 trpt
o ON A 4 suownowx suownowxTwrlflh SOfIJOJ SlIOIIOWVC SlIOIIOWVIwelfth o oi oIweItb
Twrlflh IweItb DIstrict Wouldnt Take ake Cod Codcltrd odo ododard od oddard
dard to Oblige Oblf Hie tle lie CJovernor ooemurFa ooemurFaeU oernorFal oernorFalsett FSI FSIett
ett DOCK Up UpUetEecuthe filllet UIetExeeUtivO Executive toni toniintllre Cmo Cmoultt1 Corninillee
intllre ultt1 to Ue e Cut ct Down Dwn to O 1 Odrll OtlU Men MenDor MenOoy Ien IenOOY
OOY Cklells Odele slate tlate of State committeemen commltteemerwas commiteemen commiteemenl
was l put through thrugh at yesterdays yeterdays convention conventionwith conventionwith lventon lventonwith
with one on or two wo changes wige Those fco changes changesdid changesdid
did not Interfere with lh the Governors pro programme progranuine ¬
gramme gme and he was Jfi elected cl te chairman chairmanunanimouslyat chirman chirmanunnlmotslyat chairmanunarulmoualyat
unanimouslyat unnlmotslyat a meetingheld meetng meeting held by the thl new newcommlttoo newcmmlto newcommittee
committee cmmlto after afr the convention cnventon adjourned adjournedLouU adjoune adjournedLouis
Louis Luis Stern was al elected elet treasurer treasurerIn trosurer trosurerII
In II oil al but three t Congress Congrls districts dltricts of ofthoso otthoRO ofthose
those where the Odell Oel plan provided prolde for fora fora
a a change tho Governors Ooyernorl man was as elected electedwithout electedwithout
without wlthoutnny any opposition oppsition to speak of The TheGovernor Thoovprnor TheGovernor
Governor ovprnor and his hi lieutenants leutenant I got a slight slightjolt 81ght 81ghtjolt alightJolt
jolt In the Twelfth Telfh which refused refuso to elect electF
F I Norton NortonOoddrd Goddard In II place ploe of Smith Smih Pine Pinewho Pinewho Pinewho
who has hal served serve for several years ypar The TheGovernorwanted ThoOovenorwante TheGovernorwanted
Governorwanted Oovenorwante Ooddard Goddar Mr Pine de declined de deolne dodined ¬
dined olne toretire to to retire tp 11 to yesterday yeter ay noon noonthe noontbetlt noonthe
the tbetlt fight was WI undecided udllde the Goddard Godar men menmaking menmking mennuaklzig
making mking efforts Ilor all al tho morning to bring bringabout bringabout bringabout
about the substitution subtituton of their leader leaderUpon leder lederUpon leaderUpon
Upon a a vote In the delegation delegaton from the thedistrict theditrict titodistrict
district ditrict Pine got 9 votes ote against againt Goddards
6 and so went on the committee cmmite Goddard Goddardcarried Oodard Oodardcarrie Goddardcarried
carried carrie only his hil own Assembly semlly district districttho ditrict ditricttho districtthe
tho Twentieth Tenteth and the Eighteenth Eightenth while whie the theTwentysecond theTentseond theTwentysecondTwentyfoUrthand
Twentysecond Tentseond TwentysecondTwentyfoUrthand Twentyfourth Twentyf ourth and Twent Tent Twenty Twentysixth y yslxth ysixth
sixth district dlltrlct voted vote for Pine PineWith PineWith PineWith
With this thi exception excption aU the te districts dltrlca below belowThe belowThe belowThe
The Bronx Bronxote voted according aordlj to t programme programmeOdell progre progreOdel programmeOdeli
Odell Odel men succeeding fuclng Platt Pltt men where wherethere whoreter wherethere
there ter was WI any change changeThe changeThe changeThe
The fight fght In tho Twentyfifth entyftl Congress Congressdistrict Congressdltrlot Congressdistrict
district dltrlot made up of Fulton Flton Hamilton HamiltonMontgomery lalton laltonMontgomery HamiltonMontgomery
Montgomery Warren Wnrn and ad Saratoga Saatoja coun counties cun cunties countics ¬
ties was a won by Odell Odel Cyrus Crs Duree Dur Llt Llttauers Lltuuars Littauors
tauers uuars man ma going goig in I in place plao of W W WWorden WWonen WWorden
Worden Wonen of Saratoga Saitoga Mr lr Wordon Woren offended offendedtho otende offendedthe
the tlO Governor by b declaring do laring months ago agothat agotlt agothat
that tlt ho 10 was a for Senator Sntor Platt first frt last lat and andall ad adaUto andaUtho
all aUto aUtho the time timeTho timeThe
tmo tmoThe
The decision decllon as I to whether or not Mr MrWorden MrWonen MrWorden
Worden Wonen should bo retired retir rested rte with lth Sena Senator SDa SDatr Senator ¬
tor tr Brockett Drnkot a lifelong liolong personal peronal friend of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr Worden oren Up to recess It was W unde undecided undeclde undecided ¬
cided clde whether wbetler Senator Braokett would wouldstand wouldstad wouldstand
stand stad for his hl old friend or fulfil full a pledge pledgeto plege plegeto
to Llttaurr Lltaur to 0 stand with him on anything anythingthat anytmg anytmgtat
that meant Jlt the success IUCcB of Odell Olel But ButLittnuer DutLitnuCr nutLittaucr
Littnuer LitnuCr tat held Brackett rckott to hit pledge plege and andwhen Mdwhen andwhen
when it came to a vote ot It was seen l that thatBrackett thatDrlkett thatBrackett
Brackett Drlkett had decided deldo to sacrifIce plcrlfc Worden Wordennearly Woren Worenlear1y Wordennearly
nearly lear1y al al all the delegates votlugforLlttauers votlugforLlttauersman voting for forLittauere forLittauereman Lltauorl
man Dame Duro Some Sie of them tbC gave the tle ex excuse excu excUsO ¬
cuse cu that thl it It was wa only onlybecaus6 because he was a ayounger 1 ayounger
younger ollger and more active man Mr Wor Worden Worpn Worden ¬
was den pn Brackett BrackettIn Brakptt was WI not at lt the convention cnvention and ad neither neitherwas neiher neiherWn neitherwaR
In the tle Twentysixth composed of CUrt Clinton Cli CUrtton ¬
ton KMOX Ex Franklin Frkli and ompe St St Lawrence Lawrencecountlen Lawrnco LawrncocOUteSecrnar Lawrencecountleul
countlen Secretary of State John FOBrlcn FOBrlcnwho FO FOBrIcnwho rlln rllnwho
who cOUteSecrnar wants wantl to succeed RUee himself hln8cl in that office officewas ofc officewas
was W the Odell Odel man DM and he > won easily taslr over overWalter oerWaler overWalter
Walter Waler C Wltherbeo Wlterbe of Plattaburg PlattaburgIn llaUlburg llaUlburgI
In I the Twentythird J B H Mongin MonginSenator MonglnSenatol MonginSonntorFuisotts
Senator SonntorFuisotts Fassetts FUetts man manwon won on over Represen Representative Upr8cn Upr8cntatle Reproentativo ¬
tative tatle Olllet Giet Altogether Aloglter Mr Ir Glllet Olet had hada
a hard hlm day of o it at the te hands hads of the Fassett Fassettforces Fltt Flttforce8 Fasaettforces
forces Mr r Monglu is friendly frendly to Senator SenatorPlatt Snatr SenatorFlntt
Platt and wasnt want on the Odell Odel slate slateTills slateThis
This i is the new Odell Odel committee cmmite as l finally finallymade fnaly fnalymn finallymade
made mn e up upDM upat
DM at IDI IDII I D Dirt DirtI
I Leuder 1 der B Fiber jZO W I I 13 11 I Odell Odel Jr JrS JrJ6bcrl
S Robert J6bcrl M Johnson 121 H oLoula Louts F 1 Para
3 MJ 0 J M f Swasey IZ 52 Cornelius Comlu V Collins CollinsF Clls
t JWb JeoobAIivhngston A Ivlniston 2 25 Wliat tvihiiam Dme itameaJr Jr Jrf
f 5 OF F J H I Kracfcr Z4 Reuben I L Fox os osOrrl
8 aeorirnHRobtrt9Jr Orrl IRobtrUJr SS Cyrus Dunce Durel
7 MlchaelJ J t pad Vadr dy 19 John F 1 OBrien OBrieniforee O OiitlenC rea reas
s Georle Ceonge iforee Cromwell 121 27 ThomM hOnM Wheeler WheelerCharles Vheelsra beler belerI
I a Charles Chele1 11 Murray Murry 12 5 25 John T Malt Maltiame1
10 iame1 Jame F Pefnam 1oFrAncllendnckl 1oFrAncllendncklB W fl Francis Ilendriclti IlendricltiiVllllam itendricitsII
11 iVllllam HaJplD D 30 Georeo W Dunn DunnSmith Dunni n
i B 12 Smith lrJII Pine l 31 Charles f A Belts nn BeltsIs
15 Kdwnrd paard Uiilertseh In 11 152 George Oeorle W AWrtdfe Aldrdre Aldrdreu AidridgetI
14 John H 1 Gunner S3 3 J n II 1 Mnnfln
Mnnen Mnnent
16 Abraham unlace 14 John A Merrill Merrillie
ie t Frantic r iwymond 1S5 I t John f n nA OrtmrnJr OrtmrnJrIT Grimm J g IJr IJrsworr Jr Jri
IT i S Stranbourijer Wl millam I C Warren WarrenI
m W
1 V sworr H Ten Byck k 1ST I GeorreH II Witter WitterIB rma rmaII
IB William Wltm I Ward Wardidihttlonal i iAdditional JAdlonl
II Additional Adlonl member Charles W Anderson AndersonUeelected Andr AndersonReelected on onelcld
Reelected New ew members 15 15The 15The t5The
The meeting metng of the now committee rommlttN to toelect topllt toelect
elect pllt Gov Odell Odel chairman chairma wns the thsfunctory per perfumnetory
functory flmcor affair aCalr expected expt It I was 1as held p cn enhalf cntho cnthe
the plttor platform bforo before thl the Invlllon convention hnl Jun11 vuu wets wetshalf I
hnl half emptied empte Only a few delegates delgatt lin lingered ln lngere lingored ¬
gored however to sew 8Pt thus tu ceremony ceremonySecretary CEromony CEromonyretr ceremonySecretary
gere Secretary retr Reuben Hcbn IleubenL L Fox ox culled clled the new newcommittee newcmmltl6 nowcommittee
cmmltl6 committee to order orpf and then George Gerge W WDunn WDunn WDunn
Dunn got up and nominated nominte the Governor Governorto
to Bucc AUCe ucci gt < ed him 11m as al chairmanThere chair Ther was no noopposition noOPIlihm nooppoitin
opposition OPIlihm Col Cl Fox had ha Col C Dunn Dun escort escorttho Itrt Itrttho escortthe
tho Governor to the chair The he Governor Governorpaid Governoreaida
eaida paid a fqw fqwvorduu words by b way of a speech s ece hbut but It
W ucars ex expressed exprl oxpressed
pressed the high appreciation appreiation ho fell at attho at atthe
prl tho honor And Ind said sid something lomethg about abut the thework theork thework
work ork that they nil al knew knW lay before th them themle thrnHe m mHe
He said ho would announce InnOlnO the executive executivecommittee executivecommittee
le exeutvu exeutvucommite
committee commite later Col Fox was reflected reflectedsecretary reelectedsecretary
secretary and on tho motion of William WilliamL
8Nretar moton Wiiam WiiamL
L Ward Wan the Governors ovrorA Westchester Westchcler ward wardman wardt5OtliR
man Louis Lul Stem was elected elPltP treasurer treasurerto teurer teurerto
to displace dlplce Gen E A McAIpin McAIpinOn McAlpi McAlpinOn
On motion motin of William WiHa L Ward It was wasresolved waeolve weetesolved
resolved olve to t reduce ruc the executive lxecute committee committeefrom committeefrom
from twentyone members member to nine nie There Therewon Therewan
won no opposition to t the change clge which whichconcentrates whichconoentratess
concentrates Mncntmto things a little lte more mor for Gov GovOdell GovOel CoyOdell
Odell Oel He will wi appoint the nine nie members membersAfter member membersAfter
After adjourned Arer a five 10 minute noes Bslon session Ion the committee committeeadjournexl cmmitee cmmiteendjoumP committeeadjourned
ndjoumP ndjoumPFiSETTS
As A a Result BHul Glllftt Glet In 1 Expected to Retire HftlreBI Rttre RttreI
BI I Candidate Cndidate for Congress ContrcnThe ConptJ ConptJTbe CongressThe
The Fassett Flett contest c test was the only onlyono one that thatgot thatgot thatgot
got to the committeo cmmlteo on credentials creental of ofwhich ofhlch ofwhich
which hlch George Oerg E Munroe of Tompkins Tompklnshad Tompkinshad
had boon bon made chairman when whln Fiancls FianclsUondrickn FlanclsHondrck FianeisHendricks
Uondrickn Hondrck declined delie the job jobThe jobThe jobThe
The Olllptt Oltt faction tacton naked akld the committee committeeto commlteo commlteoto
to leave the delalon decision to the courts courtflMr cout courtsMr
Mr Fassett made an eloquent appeal appealfor appal appalfor appealfor
for tho committees cmmlttets support supporte suppor
te e ask ak ybU to afllrm aflrm our regularity regularityho
he said ald for the te sake se of party pty regularity regularityand rglaiy rglaiyad
and ad not to support a lot of recalcitrants recalcitrantswho realcitt
who are a ar takinga tlgagamblers takitugagamblers gamblers chance ohanc to t win winIve wi winVve
Ive Iv been b brought brught up as a real ral Republican Republicanto Repblcan Repblcannot
not an a a blt boltek ad and a kicker and I ak ask you youta
yu yut
to t support supportU8 supportU8There us usThero usTer
There Ter spprL were wer cheers chers for Mr Fassott FIStt as he hepaid hesaldthlsld hesaidthiiaand
saldthlsld saidthiiaand paid tills and It was quickly seen n that U t the themajority themn themajority
majority rlty of the committee cmmitte sided side with wih him himThere himTer luiuiiThere
There mn Ter were ere only Oly two votes O against agant recog recognizing rog rognlzlg rocognizing ¬
nizing nlzlg the Fonsott FMtt delegates delegatm Mr Fassett Fassettimmediately Fatt FattImmelatly Fassettimmediately
immediately Immelatly called cale a a meeting metng of tho delega delegation delegaton dolegation ¬
tion ton and ad it elected letd M Mongl Moitgin on gin State Stte commit oommitteeman cmmi committeeman
teeman Glllott Giot got the fourteen fourten votes ot of ofStoub ofSteuben I ISteubn
Steubn Steuben Stoub n oounjyagainst oounl aganst the sixteen sixtn vote voteoast vot votoat votesout
out oat for Mongin Magm by Seneca Sen Schuyler Shuyle and andChemung ad adChemung andChomung
Chemung It I was predicted prelct < d that tht Glllott Glllottwould Olltt Ollttwould GilleLtwould
would retire rtre from the field flld as a candidate candidatefor I
for Congress Congr and leave 10lO It to Fassott FassottVTAIT Fat FatWUL FasaettWALls
His 11 Campaign Campt Manager anaJt S ia Sss > He le Will 1 Ac Accept Accapt ¬
cept c pt Nomination Nominaton for President Pealdent Only OnlyMiLWAtTKBit OnlrMILWAVI OnlyMthWAYXaR
MiLWAtTKBit MILWAVI April Apri 12 12The Tho story Itor sent sentout sCnt sCntout sentout
out from frm New York that Judge Parker P and andK andH
K l Wall have concluded a deal whereby wherebythey wherebythey
they are to run for President and Vice VioePrwidont VicePresident
President ruspoctlvely Is denied hero heroThere ItemThere
There is no foundation for any such suchsurmise suchsurmise
surmise from any quarter sold Dr W WA WA
A Anderson manager of the Wall cam campaign camPalgn ¬
paign You may say as omphnticalv omphnticalvoa
oa you can that there has never been such sucha
a suggestion made to Mr Wall that such sucha
a plan has never been considered by him himand himand
and never will l be > c Mr Wall is a candi candidate candidate ¬
date for Iho ho Presidency and Presidency Presidencyonly Presidsnnyonly
only mid under no consideration will he
have thought of anything else elseMAIXDKK elseParker
Parker Delegates Chosen ChosenMaioEx
MAIXDKK X Y April 12 12The Tho Franklin Franklincounty Franklincounty
county Democratic convention today todayelected todayelected
elected delegate to tim State convention conventionThey conventionrhey
They are Parker men but go to the con convention convenhion ¬
vention uninntruoled uninntruoledOam uninetruotedOaniuteuuuiim
Oam Oaniuteuuuiim sntmo N V S April 12 The First Firstand Firstand
and Socopd Atsembly district conventions conventionstoday convettthonstoday
today elected Parker delegates to the State Stateconvention Stateconvention
convention Qeorge Halls candidacy for forthe forthe
the nomination for State Comptroller was wi
First Coach Excursion ExcursionMAY
MAY 10 1904 1904RoundTrin 1904lronertoaat
RoundTrin < tOA FROM NEW YORK YORKProportionate
Proportionate rates from other sUUonj Special P cUI tnlft train of Standard StandardComche Stedardeoaches
Comche colmi returning la co coaches ehe on rcfiUr tt tzini lns within ten day dayPersons danPersons
Persons expecting to visit the Worlds Fair should get a copy of the PenjM7l Pennsylvinhi PennsylvinhiflaiIroad iial iialRailroads
Railroads Worlds Fair Booklet giving rates train service and information concerning conwnlarhot concerningltotels
hot ltotels li Apply to Ticket Agents Agentsr
r K WOOD P Passenger uentr Traffic M Manager n B r OEO W BOYD General Ttntntti A 44551 Bt
a Auctioned Off for the Benefit of the theiiub tileClubs
iiub Clubs Library and They Brought BroughtLindseape 855O 855OImndic
Imndic Lindseape pe by Charles linker Added AddftlHTO Addeds70
HTO Slore MoreChoice Choice to Edgar Saltm SaltmThe NaltulThe
The Salmagundi Club had Its sixth annual annuallibrary annuallibrary
library dinner and mug sale at its home homein homein
in West Twelfth street last evening Vice VicePresident ice icePresident
President J B Carrington presided at the thedinner thedinner
dinner and W H Shelton chairman of the thelibrary thelibrary
library committee auctioned off the mugs mugsafter mugsafter
after dinner dinnerThe dinnerThe
The Salamgundl Club is very proud proud of ofits ofits
its library It is said that it spends an annually ennually ¬
nually more money for books than any club clubIn clubin
In New York I lAst ast year JlOOO 1000 was spent spentfor spentfor
for rare volumes and for hooks for the thecirculating thecirculating
circulating library A good part of the themoney themoney
money expended in this way is obtained obtainedfrom obtainedfrom
from the annual sale of drinking mugs mugsTwentyfour1 mugsFwentyfout
Twentyfour1 of the artist members of the theclub theclub
club decorate mugs and give them to the theclub theclub
club to sell at auction early in April AprilLost AprilLast
Lost nights sale opened with a a call for forbids forbids
bids for first choice of the two dozen mugs mugsThe mntigsThe
The first bid was 10 From that figure figurethe figutrethe
the bids came thick and fast until S40 40 wan wanreached wanreached
reached where the bidders seemed to have havestopped havestopped
stopped Just an the third and last call callwas callwas
was about to be sounded Edgar Saltus Saltusraised Saltusraised
raised the limit to 160 C0 amid much applause applauseThe applauseThe
The bids went on up to 105 l0 when the theroat therest
rest of the bidders dropped out leaving leavingMr
Mr Saltus and W L Frasor raisor art critio of ofScribntr0 of9crbnere
Scribntr0 Magazine to fight for the first firstchoice firstchoice
choice Sir Saltus outstayed Mr Fraser Froserwith Fraserwith
with a bid of 180 His choice was mug No
3 a marine view from the thehurush brush of Wilhelm WilhelmRltsohel WilhelmRitsohuel
Rltsohel RltsohelAfter RitsohuelAfter
After Mr Saltus had chosen Mr RitBcheiB RitBcheiBmug Ritachelsmug
mug the others were auctioned off in ro rotation rotation ¬
tation The next highest price was 30 30paid 5Upaid
paid by Clarkson Cowed for the mug painted paintedby paintedby
by by H M Walcott The picture showed showedten showedten
ten topers lined up at a bar waiting for a adrink adrink
drink Mr Cowell also bought a landscape landscapemugbyOtto landscapemug
mugbyOtto mug byOtto Hoeberfor5 a fine landscape landscapeby
by Charles Warren Katon for 12 and a amug amug
mug by F M Arnold n monk wailing for forhis forhis
his measure of wine which a boy in the thenext theneZ
next neZ panel wn was drawing from a barrel barrelfor barrelfor
for 18 18C 18C
C B Carriers ballet girl mug went to toHenry toHenry
Henry Blackwell the bookbinder for 28 28Mr 20Mr
Mr Blackwell bought also two other mugs mugsone mugsone
one bv Perclval de Luce and the other ny byC nyC
C B Loomis for 7 and 15 respectively respectivelyThe
The Loomis mug was the first the humor humorist htinuorhat ¬
hat ever painted and the auctioneer Mid It Itwould itwould
would probably be the last When It was wasput wasputup
put putup up thedinen thedinerwinaisted insistedthatthedecorator insistedthatthedecoratorshould that the decorator decoratorshould
should tell it himself Ho tried got two twoor twoor
or three bids and then turned the job back backto backto
to Mr Shelton Mr Loomis insisted that thatthe thatthe
the last bid he got was 175 175Mr 175Mr
Mr Fraser got the mugs by Frank de deHaven doHaven
Haven and Paul Cornoyer for 20 and 12 12respectively 12respectively
respectively and Mr Saltus picked up upanother upanother
another marine by Emlle Carlson for 17 17Twentyfour 17Twentyfour
Twentyfour mugs brought 551 Z1 Then Thena
a landscape by Charles Baker was put up upand upand
and sold to Mr Blackwell for 70 A mug mugof mit mitof
of white carnations on a placque of red redcarnations uc uccarnations
carnations given by Thorloy was sold to toceeds toMr
Mr Reeves for LI making due total pro procecda
ceeds of the sole 626 626netted Last it years sale salenetted
netted 83860
ElannaForakcr Factions FaciionsFlght Fight In Sprint Sprintflrld Springfield
field and Hold Two Conventions ConventionsSPRINGFIELD ConventionsSrnuironnw
SPRINGFIELD April 11 11Out Out of ono o otho of ofthe
the bitterest anteconvention fights eve evercontested
1 contested in Ohio the Republicans of tinSixth tin thinSixth
Sixth Congress district in convention a aWilmington at atWilmington
Wilmington evolved two conventions two twonominees twonominees
nominees for Congress and two sets of dele delegates demogates ¬
gates to the national convention The Therock Therock
rock on which tho ho contention spilt was the theold thinold
old factional fight between the Hanna or organization orgenization ¬
ganization and tho Forakerites Specifi Specifically Specitlcally ¬
cally it was a fight of Congressman CongressmanHildebrant CongressmanHildehrant
Hildebrant against the field lilldcbrant lilldcbranthad
had the backing of the DlckHerrick or organization orgaruization ¬
ganization while Forak Foraker r with D 0 Mor Morrow Morrow ¬
row of Highland county SB his lieutenant lieutenantcombined lieutenantcombined
combined the other candidates against againstArump againsthim
him himA Arump A rump convention held in the street streetnominated streetnominated
nominated Judge T E Scraggy for Con Congress Congreen ¬
green and Henry London and James N NMeantime NHiok
Hiok for delegates and George A Love Lovefor
for Presidential elector electorMeantlnm
Meantime the regular convention met metin metin
in the City Hall and nominated C C O OHildebrant 0Hildebrauut
Hildebrant for Congress delegate F FM FM
M Coudon and George W McMurchle McMurchlealternates MoMurchuipalternates
alternates H M Brown and Walter Rem Remloy RemIcy
Icy Presidential elector Alexander Box Boxwell Boxwell
Itrnomlnated for Congress CentreCUMBERLAND CongressCvanuxnLASD
CUMBERLAND Md April 12 12In In the theSecond thinSecond
Second West Virginia Congress district districtconvention distrIctconyntlon
convention today Congressman Alston Cl ClDayton CiDayton
Dayton was ronomlnated ronomlnatedCOFFEE renominatedcOFFEE
A 10 days trial leav leaving leaving ¬
ing off coffee and using usingPost usingPostum
Post Postum urn Coffee Coffeewill
will tell you a tale taleSURE taleSURE
If it shows you OU what hat has been beenrobbing beenrobbing
robbing you of health comfort comfortand comfortand
and the power to be something in inthis inthis
this world you will have a cue cueWORTH cueWORTh
TRY if ifTheres IL IL4Tiiereut
Theres it reason reasonGet reltsoilGet
Get the little book The Road to toVellville toVel1vilIe
Vellville in each pkg I Iilli
All nil flu Estate Goes to III liii Widow but be beMuHnt heMustnt
MuHnt Marl MmrrIn MarlIn
In his trill Adam Herzlnger of Vailsburg VailsburgN
N J who died on March30 on the eve rv of ofbeing ofbeing
being eworn In aa Recorder of that borough boroughloaves boroughleaves
loaves all his real and personal estate to tohis tohis
his widow Mrs Sopblo F F Herzlnger Herzlngerwhile Heraingerwhilo
while she remains single but if she marries marriesagain marriesagain
again she is to forfeit all Interest nterest In the thoestate theestate
estate and the property is to be divided dividedequally dividedequally
equally among his children Mrs Carolina CarolinaMoeasle CaroilneMoessle
Moeasle Mrs Emillo Gross Adam J Her HerAdam Herringer
ringer and Adolph V Iiurchard a stepeon stepeonThere
There is a string tied to the ierItage of t tAdam
Adam J Herzinger The will directs the thnoxpcutprs theexecutors
executors not to give any of the mon money moneyto of ofto
to him if he refused to go to work and andstates andstates
states that young Adam is not to hare his hisshare hisahare
share of the estate unless he reforms The Thewitnesses Thewitnesses
witnesses to the will are Reuben Odell Jr Jrand Jrand
and Alfred H Murphy MurphyAdam MurphyAdam
Adam Herzlnger was a real estate dealer dealerand dealerand
and d agent for several steamship and insist Insurance Insurce insistanco ¬
ance ce companies in Newark He was quite quited quitealthy quitewealthy
wealthy > althy but but the ti tinot amount of his estate is isnot
not mentioned mentionedSlay mentionedMay
Slay Save New Haven 8lOOOOOO a Tear TearXrw YearNaw
Xrw HAvES Conn April 12 12By By an anorder anorder
order Issued today by President Mellon Mellenof
of the New York and New Haven railroad
100000 a month may be saved to the com company cornpany ¬
pany Freight agents all over the system systemwere q qvere
were instructed to rush back to their homes homaroads homesroads
roads R certain class of foreign freight freightcarx freightcars
cars HO that they would not bo in the service serviceof serviceof
of the New Haven road more than five day daysDemtmrrage
Demurrage charges are 20 cents a day for forevery forevery
every foreign freight car used on the eye system eyetern ¬
tem of after trr a fixed time allowed for unloading unloading87BOO unloadingS7flOO
87BOO for the lie Loss of a Foot FootA FootA
A jury in the Supreme Court Brooklyn Brooklynhas
has awarded Michael F Nolan a verdict verdictof
of S750Q 7515 in his wilt against the Long Island IslandRailroad IslandRaiIrOai
Railroad Company for the loss of a foot footHe footHo
He received the injury in a collision between betweena
a train and his wagon wagoniiiihIiflui
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lightoilthat lightoilthatI light oil that thatlubricates
lubricates lubricatesQ
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limber limberAnd limberAnd
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Forty good shines in a abottle abottle
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NEW YOKU CITV Ci1t43 Cortlndt St IIS NlMtv Naasa NaasaSt
St l Broadway rat liroadway isti Broadway
1841 Uroadway 507 Klihtti Ave 1M W USth SuT SuTssa 51
ssa sixth Ave KSOThird Ave AveBROOKLYN AveBhtoOKLYN37
BROOKLYN BhtoOKLYN37 K7 Fulton St Ill Broadway
tool HroadHitv 4 46 Mftli Ave AveJEHSBV Averunmw
JEHSBV CITV98 Newark Ave AveNKWAHK AveNEuvAitit
NKWAHK N t J Js4m Ml llruad St 3t opp Central H HR
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BURnrXTWOUBlYOn Tuesday April It It1MM i
1MM 504 at St Thomas Church hr the Rev Eadl Eadlrott d1 d1Colt
Colt 1eahody of OrolonMdvi Grotouu Mass asaljKd asat3tdbythe asat3tdbythePry br tli tliHev
Pry Ernest M Runes D 1 n Florence Vtnder Vtnderhill >
hill daughter of Mr and Mrs Hamilton HamiltonMcKotrn lismiltenMcKown
McKotrn Twomtilr to William Arnuttad ArnuttadUoale AnrnatsdMonTh
MonTh Durden DurdenJOlfXSON hiurdenJOhISONFiSiCBOn
JOlfXSON JOhISONFiSiCBOn FISKE On Tuesday April 12 U Utbe atthe
the residence of the brides parents Port PortCheiter PortChester
Chester X Y br the liev Dr CorneUiu V Vsmlih VSmith
Smith Martha Thermos Flske to Dr Philip PhilipV Phfli PhfliV
1 1904 < M at M Macon con O Ga br the Rev Dr Fredartek FredartekF
F Reese assisted by the Her Dr Walker Walkerat
at the residence of her parents Martha Uarthadaufhter Marthadaughter
daughter of Mr and Mrs J Marshall Johnttoo Johnttooto
to W de Lancey L ncey Kountze son of Mr and Mrs MraLuther MrsLuther
Luther Kountze of New York YorlcDIED YorkDIED
COLES COLFSOn On Tuesday April 11 IKW C Catheula CatheulaColes therto thertoColes
Coles widow of Alexander Colei In the T3d T3dyear 74 74year
year of her a age ageFuneral e eFuneral
Funeral private privateCOLIIt privateCOLIIIAt
COLIIt COLIIIAt At Fait Oranr N J on Tueadar April
19 Hllubetb Dayton Colic widow of Daniel DanielK
K Cello and daughter of the Ute L Levi Tl Darien DartonL
L r In the 79th year of her age ageNotice e eNotice
Notice ot funeral hereafter hcreflerCIIAHi hereafterC1LtIUAt
C1LtIUAt CIIAHi At the hr Hotel C Cambridge on Sunday SundarApril SundayApril
April 10 1904 Samuel D I Oral Craig ot Quorue QuorueIxine QuoguslMflg
Ixine Island In the < Bd d year of hit age ageFuneral ageFuneral
Funeral services will be held In Trinity Char CharWat Chapel ChapelVast
Vast Twenty Twentyflttii fifth street on Wednesday April AprilIS
IS at 10 A t U Interment at convenience ot ottbe ofhe
tbe he family Friends are requested not to tosend tosend
send flowers flowersIllNKInV SoweralIhNlt1R1At
IllNKInV lIhNlt1R1At At Pouthkeepsle N Y on April AprilII
II 1904 Jnmei W l Ulnklry UlnklryFuneral Ilinkicyluunerai
Funeral service at ClirUt Church PouirhkMpsl PouirhkMpslon
on Thursday April 14 at S P M MIRVIVO 2tIRVINOSuddenly
IRVIVO IRVINOSuddenly Suddenly at Liberty Monday April II IIPerclval 11Percival
Perclval K Irving only child of John ana anaJosephine a aJotephutne
Josephine K mint Service at the Mortuary MortuaryChipel MortueuyChapel
Chapel Greenwood at convenience of the thefamily lit litfamIly
family familyPACKAHOAI famIlyiACKtlthtt
PACKAHOAI her residence 447 Park avenue avenueon
on Monday moraine April it 1904 Ozabeth OzabethMcljinathan t3tzsbeuhMclAnaihan
Mcljinathan wife of Dr Charles V Packard PackardFuneral PackardFuneral
Funeral service at t SI 1 Bartholomews Church Churchon
on Wednesday April 19 at i ulO o A V U Burial Burialon
on Thursday at Hrunuwlck Me MeSTARMISO MeSTARHlWOo
STARMISO STARHlWOo On Monday April 11 at Paudtna PaudtnaCM
CM len F A StarrIng In the 70th year of oftill ofliii
till ace aceNotice artNotice
Notice of funeral will be given hereafter hereafterTITTLESMITH hereaftsrTUT1IESMITII
TITTLESMITH At Parti France on Monday MondayIhe Mondaythue
Ihe llth of April Frances I Minlce wife of ofthe ofthe
the llV J 7 Ttillle Smith and daughter of the Ilielulu theIsle
lulu IX Fore Forest t Manic ManlrrCEMKTKRIKK ManicCEMWTIRI
CEMKTKRIKK CEMKTKRIKKGreatIlaelawBCcmeltrr CEMWTIRIOrestIlnelawacmeuery
GreatIlaelawBCcmeltrr Vjutte Vjuttetrip Round
trip U tI5 M We at office is Dread St N v t t tu
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