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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
YF. RING TON, - NEVADA Saturday.July 23, 1904. ORGANIZE. The political pot has begun to sizzle a little; both of the State Conventions have been called, and in another month two tickets will be placed in the field for the people to vote for next Novem ber—the Democratic and Republi can. It being a fact that there will be but two parties in the field the people of Lyon county should get in line so that they can sup port the party of their preference in the right shape. For some years past no conventions have been held in this county, and the race for office has been a free for-all scramble, with the choice going to the fellow who could make half the people believe he was a Republican and the other half that he was a Democrat. This kind of politics has been carried on so long that the people hardly know in whom to place confidence for needed reforms. Promises are considered by can didates but bait to catch votes, and no officer elected ever thinks of keeping half the promises he makes. The only remedy we can see for this condition of things is to organize the parties, hold conven tions and place tickets in the field. The two parties can tell in no other way whether they are getting the men they want into office. There is no pledge put upon an independent candidate, while a party always has a plat form which its candidates are, more or less, bound to respect. It seems to us that the outlook this year is good for a Republican victory in this State, and that Lyon county should be in line with such an outcome at the polls. We may, however, be mistaken, but that is no reason why the parties should not organize and tight out their differences in a square and honest manner in stead of adopting the gorilla tactics necessary in conducting a campaign on the independent candidate plan. Those who are in charge of the affairs of the parties in this county should at tend to this matter at once if any change is to be made looking toward the organization of the parties, as the time is near at hand to begin the campaign on these lines. The Sacramento Bee, which for the past eight years has support ed W. J. Bryan and his principles, and which has made many votes for the Democratic party, comes out openly against Parker and Davis and says it will support Roosevelt and Fairbanks. The Bee’s reason for this is that the silver cause is lost and that Roose velt is the more independent of the two Presidential candidates when it comes to dealing with the trusts. The attitude of the Bee will be a serious loss to the Dem ocrats of California. . . ..-...ini— Go-operation has many forms, but every one of them, if imbued with the right spirit, means help fulness. Working together for the mutual good is the object of co-operation, and circumstances will suggest ways and means if people are really full of the spirit of co-operation: but if this spirit of helpfulness is lacking any co operative enterprise is doomed to failure. \1. H. I)e Young, of the San Francisco Chronicle, has just returned from abroad. He says that the Britishers in general pre dict the defeat of Roosevelt for President. If there is anything that should make his election certain, it is this prediction. One wonders what is to become of unionism if the class of people now at the head of unions is to be maintained in power to control affairs much longer. Every tair man recognizes the necessity and good of unions to the laboring man, but the unions must weed out the anarchistic element before their cause will be espoused bv good citizens. All good citizens are opposed to the grinding sys tem of a certain class of employers, but they are also opposed to unions seeking to enforce their demands by open violence, tliug gism and murder. When the unions learn this and conduct their policy on the lines of barr ing out from their organizations the disturbing element, they will be able to be of real benefit to the laboring man—they will then be recognized bv the best element ot employers. NEW THIS WEEK. Republican State Convention* Headquarters of the: Republican State | ., Central Committf.k.' f j Carson City. Nev . July 16. 1904 I At a meeting of the Republican State Central Committee of Nevada, held at Carson City on July 15. 1904. it was ordered that a Republican State Convention BE HELD AT Winnemucca, Nevada, Oil Monday, August 8, 1904, at 11 o'clock a. in., for the porpose of nominating a ticket to be voted for at the next General Election to be held Tues day, November, 8. 1904, consisting of Three Presidential Electors, One Member of Congress. One Justice of the Supreme Court, Two State University Regents. Also for the selection of a State Central Com mittee. and the transaction of all other business which may properly come before it. The basis ol representation of the respective counties in said convention shall be four delegates at large for each county, and one delegate for each 50 votes, or any fraction thereof not less than 2>, cast for Hon. E S. Farrington for Cong ress in 1902. aggregating 15S delegates, appor tioned as follows: Churchill. . -.6 Lincoln.9 Douglas.9 Lyon.9 Elko . .19 Nye . 9 Esmeralda. 8 (>rmsby . 12 Eureka . 9 Storey. 13 Humboldt .. 13 Washoe 25 Lander. 8 White Pine - .9 Total. . 158 The several Republican County Central Com mittees. or in counties in which there are no such committees, the State Central Committeemen, are hereby authorized and directed to call a PRIMARY ELECTION of the people in accordance with the Statutes in such cases made and provided for Saturday, July 30, 1904, for the purpose of electing delegates to said convention in accordance with the above Irnsis of representation. THE TEST to be exacted from all voters at said Primary Election shall be as follows: ‘I am a Republi can." THE PRIMARIES. Resolved, That it is the sense of the state Central Committee that all delegates to the State Convention of the Republican Party of Nevada shall be elected by primaries, and in counties where this is not possible, all vacancies shall be tilled by the various County Central Committees, or in their absence, by the State Central Commit teemen of said county, and in cases of emergency tliat the state Central Committeemen of Onnsby. Storey and Washoe counties are hereby constitu- j ted au Executive Committee with full i>ower to | do and perform for the whole State Central Com mittee. Resolved. That the County Central Commit teemen of the various counties, in conjunction with the various State Central Committeemen, shall be the sole judges of the hours during which the polls shall remain open. The Secretaries of the various County Central Committees are requested to forward a certified list of the delegates selected to the Secretary of the State Central Committee. GKO. T. MILLS, Chairman K. 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