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Komlnatel Ii omina a By Acclamation cc ama ion for or President and an Vice VicePresident VicePresident Vicet
President t at Philadelphia PMladelpMaQUICK PhiladelphiaQUICK Piii1ae1pIiiaTd
Both Candidates Chosen Unanimously With an anTHE Accompa Accompaniment Accompanim ¬
2 niment nim ninient nt of Wild Enthusiasm EnthusiasmCarefully Carefully Prepared Plans of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Leaders Executed With Remarkable Celerity CelerityHanna CelerityHannain Hanna HannaIn
In in Supreme Control of ofthe the Great GreatAssemblata Assemblage ofDelegates ofDelegatesNew of Delegates DelegatesNew DelegatesNew
New Yorks Governor Eloquently Eulogizes the Head of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Ticket TicketIn In Turn He Receives Receiyes Tribute From Men of ofProminenceThe ofConvention
1 Prominence ProminenceThe The Convention Adjourns Sine Die at 215
CONVENTION CO WETIOl HALL Philadelphia PhiladelphiaJuno I IJuno iJuno
Juno 21 21The The third days session sslon of theRepublican the theRepublican theRepubllcnn
Republican National Convention was called calledto calledto calledto
to order by Chairman Lego at 1023 1023oclock 103odock 1035oclock
oclock this morning morningAlfabama morningAlabama morningAlhbama
Alabama yielded to Ohio and Senator SenatorForaker SenatorForaker SenatorForakcr
Foraker placed William McKinley in nom nomination nolUIn noutination ¬
ination In Iojn as s a candidate dldate for President of th thcd the thefri <
cd States Statesi Statesnomination
fri i J nomination was seconded second by Gover Coveri GoverRoosevelt Goveri
i i Roosevelt Senator Thurston and oth others others others ¬
ers ersAt
At 1240 oclock Chairman Lodge ordered order ordered ordered ¬
ed a roll call of the States S tes to ballot for forPresident torProsident forPresident
President PresidentAt PresidentAt
At 1251 Chairman Lodge announced that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the entire 926 votes of the Convention had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been cast for William McKinley cKlnley giving givinghim ghlnghIm givinghim
him the unanimous nomination for Presi President President President ¬
dent dentLafayette dentLnfnyette dentLafayette
Lafayette Young of Iowa placed Theo Theodore Theodore Theodore ¬
dore Roosevelt of New ew Yori Yor in nomina nomination nomination nomination ¬
tion tion for Vice President at 107 oclock oclockAfter oclockAfter
After several sever speeches seconding secondingRoosevelts secondln secondlnRoosevelts secondingRoosevelts
Roosevelts nomination the roll of States Stateswas Stateswas Stateswas
was called and he received all the votes votesof Tote6of votesof
of the theConventIon Convention except one from New NewYork XcwYork NewYork
York he himself being a delegate delegateChairman delegateChlllrmm delegateChairman
Chairman Lodge declared him the thenoml thenomlnee nomi nominee nominee ¬
nee of the Convention for Vice President PresidentThe ProsldentThe PresidentThechairman
Thechairman The chairman announced before the vote votethat votethat ote otethat
that the National Committee would meet meetafter meetniter meetafter
after the Convention ConventionThe ComenUanThe Conventionrho
The Convention adjourned sine die at
215 oclock oclockCONVENTION oclockCO oclockCONVENTION
CONVENTION CO VE TIOX HALL Philadelphia PhiladelphiaJqre Phl1addphlaJ PhiladelphiaJrje
Jqre J e 21 IThere There was as an early rush of spec spectators spe spetators spentators ¬
tators to tho big Auditorium today for forthe forthe forthe
the crowds were more than anxious to hear heartho hoortho hearthe
tho third days proceedings of the Repub Republican Republienn Republican ¬
lican National Convention Slow and un uncertain uncertain ¬
certain transportation however delayed delayedmatters delayedmatters delayedmatters
matters and at 10 oclock there Were rere not notmore notmore netmore
more than 100 delegates in the Auditorium AuditoriumThe Auditorium AuditoriumThe
The Kansas delegation entered the hall hallat hallat ballat
at 955 carrying a banner Inscribed InscribedThe InscrIbeduThe inscribedThe
uThe The Kansas delegation was the first firstto firstto firstto
to declare for Roosevelt RooseveltSenator RooseeItSenator RooseveltSenator
Senator Depew followed Hanna Into the thehall thehali thehall
hall hall and his progress to his seat was wasalso wesalso wasalso
also impeded by enthusiastic handshakers handshakersExSenator hlndshnkeExSenator hnndshakessExSenator
ExSenator Quay came in at 1020 1020and 102 102and 102and
and was vociferously cheered by the dele delegates delegatoo delegates ¬
gates and spectators spectatorsFor spectatorsFor
For twenty minutes preceding the calling call callIng callIng
Ing of the Convention there was an Im 1mmensejam Immense
mensc mensejam Jam around the part of c the floor al allotted nllot1ed allotted
lotted to the New York delegation dele t1an for here hereit hereIt hereit
it was that Governor Roosevelt was to be befound befound befound
found and tho delegates crowded around aroundhim aroundhim aroundhim
him in large numbers numbersnnd and shook his hands handsand handsand handsand
and offered congratulations congratulationsIt
It was not decided until late who was wasto mlStll wasin
to make the speech nominating Roosevelt Rooseveitr Rooseveltfir Romevelttr
r fir Vice YlcePreslden President and then Lafayette LafayetteYiung LafayetteYoung
Young 1 ung of Des Moines clt1cg Iowa was settled settledon settledon settledon
on Mr Young YOU Is editor of the Des DesMolncs DesMoines DesMoines
Moines Capital and has been a friend of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Governor for many years yearsCalled yearsCalled yearsCalled
Called to Order OrderChairman OrderChairman OrderChairman
Chairman Lodge sounded the gavel for forthe forthe forthe
the Convention to come to order at 1033 1033oclock 1038oclock 3035oclock
oclock and the band played the Star StarSpangled StarSpangled
Spangled Banner the entire audience audiencestanding audiencestanding audiencestanding
standing The chairman used none of the thenew tbenew thenew
new and fancy gavels presented to him himyesterday himyosterday himyesterday
yesterday but pounded the table with the thebrg thebtg thebig
big mallet bought Tuesday by Senator SenatorHanna SenatorHanna Senatorhenna
Hanna for 25 2 cents It took too a lot of ofpounding ofpounding ofpounding
pounding and several appeals for order to toget toget toget
get everybody settled and something some thIn like likequiet likequiet likequiet
quiet established establishedArchbishop estlbJlshedArchblsh establishedArchbishop
Archbishop Archblsh p Ryan of Philadelphia offered offeredthe orIeredthe offeredthe
the opening prayer For the first time at atthis atthis atthis
this Convention every person in the au audence aud2nee audlence
dence stood up during durin prayer prayerIt prayerIt prayerIt
It was eight minutes of 11 oclock when whenArchbishop whenArchbIshop whenArchbishop
Archbishop Ryan concluded Chairman ChairmanLodge CtalrmmLodse ChairmanLodge
Lodge explained that Louisiana had been beenoverlooked beenoverJooked beenoverlooked
overlooked yesterday In calling ca1Iln the roll rollfor rollfor rollfor
for National Committeemen and vice chair chairmen chairmen chairmen ¬
men This was corrected and the Conven Convention Conentlon Convention ¬
tion was ready for business businessChairman busln businessChairman s sChairman
Chairman Lodge said the unfinished busi business business businessof ¬
ness nessof of yesterday was in order and he rec recognlzcd reeObDlzcd recognized
ognlzcd Senator Quay The unfinished unfinishedbusiness unfinishedbusiness unfinishedbusiness
business was the adoption of rules 1 and
12 relating to representation in the Con Convention Canlentlcm Convention ¬
vention Senator Quay was loudly ap applauded appauded applauded ¬
plauded He arose and withdrew his reso resolution resolution resolution ¬
lution of yesterday which would reduce reducethe reducethe reducethe
the representation of the Southern StatesAt States StatesAt StatesAt
At this the Convention broke data a rous rousing rousIng rouslag ¬
ing cheer The two rules which maintain maintaintho maintnintho maintainthe
tho present representation were thenadopted then thenadopted thenadopted
adopted without opposition oppositionTho oppositionTho oppositionTho
Tho next business before the Conven ConveneLion ConvenUan ConvenUen
Lion Is the nomination of candidates for forPresident forr forPresident
r President Presl ent of the United States said Chair Chairman ChaIrmanLodge Chairroan ¬
man manLodge Lodge Up jumped the delegates to a aman aman aman
man and shouts for McKlnlcy rang out outfrom outtrom outfrom
from every corner of the hall hallCall hallCan hallCalf
Call tho roll of States said the chair chairman chalrman chairman ¬
man vten rten f en the applauso subsided subsidedAlabama subsideduA13Lama subsidedAlabama
Alabama called the rendIng clerk P PD PD PD
D Barker chairman of the Alabama dele deleanlclc deleQuick ddeQuick
Quick Service to 0 Kansas City via viaB TlaD vian
B O OAnd OAnd 0And
And points beyond yord as well as IS intermediate on
n k O train Jelvi
leaving Washington 1005 a s m nrrerchlag mr m1ch
r rerchlag 1ch Mn g < Kf fit t Ty Louis l TV at t It 1240 in t and 1 Kansas 1T7 XJT Citi CitiDave City
930 p m next n day dayHave dayHave ay
Have You Seen Them Dive Yet YetThe Yetan YctThe
The Thompsons s Chesapeake Beach cb daily < < WI 533 533and 333Carpenters 537and
and an 730 p m mCarpenter mCarpenters
Carpenters Plat and Builders and Pln IJaat IJaatAll t ti
All u to i st ot mica II CIII from rom F Libber Co
gatlon atJon was already standing in his chair chairMr chairMr < 11tlr 11tlruUr
uUr Mr Chairman Alabama yields to Onlo Oh10said Onlosaid 01110S3ld
said Mr lr Barker BarkerInstantly DarkerInstantly BarkerInstantly
Instantly the Convention broke into intolouder Intolouder intolouder
louder cheers cheersAlabama cheersllabma cheersAlabama
Alabama yields to Ohio and the chair chairrecognizes chairrecognizes chairrecognizes
recognizes Senator Foraker said Chair Chairman Chalrman Chairman ¬
man Lodge LodgeSenator LodgeSenator LodgeSenator
Senator Foraker was s standing in tho themain thomain thomain
main aisle Isle and as he advanced to the theplatform theplatform theplatform
platform the delegates and spectators spectatorsagain spectawrsagain spectatorsagain
again shook the building with their cheers cheersForaker cheerslOurnker cheersForakcr
Foraker XomlnuteK 1 otnlnnt SlelCIuloy SlelCIuloySenator 3teKinleySenator nCl lnley lnleySenator
Senator Foraker was in splendid voice voiceand voiceand olce olceand
and held the attention of the audience audiencethroughout audIencethroughout audiencethroughout
throughout his speech nominating nomina tins Presi President President President ¬
dent McKinley McKlnlcySenator McKinleySenator UcKInleySenator
Senator Foraker concluded at 1113 1113oclock 1113oc1 1113oclock
oclock oc1 k and the entire audience arose and endbegan andi andbegan
i began to cheer for President Pres nt McKinley McKinleyHats McKInleyHats McKinleyHats
Hats fans Jns papers anything to be had hadwas hldwas badwas
was waved in the air The band played playedlively playednvely playedBvcly
lively music and the California delega delegation delegation delegation ¬
tion jumped up with their red blue and andwhite andwhite andwhite
white pampas grass Delegates of all allStales allSutes allStates
Stales caught their standards and waved wavedthem wvedI wavedthem
them wildly wildlyllnnnn wildlyJInnnn wildlyIlnnnn
I llnnnn Lends L nd the Uproar UproarSenator UpronrSenltor UproarSenator
Senator Hanna lIan his face wreathed in insmiles insmiles
smiles went to the front of the platform platformHe platformHe platformHe
He had a long bunch of pampas and be began began began ¬
gan waving w vlng It ft This started such tU a demon demonstration demonstration demonstration ¬
stration as rarely happens In any Conven Convention Conyctlon Convetion = ¬
tion The applause became a deafening deafeningroar delfenlngroar deafeningroar
roar The roar r r grew louder and louder louderNo loudero louderNo
No o distinctive sound was audible rave the thesteady thesteady thesteady
steady thump of the big drums drumsThe drumsThe drumsThe
The delegates formed In the main aisle aislewith alslowIth aislewith
with their standards and marched with a aquick aquick aquick
quick step to the platform They embraced em embraced Embraced ¬
braced Senators Hanna Foraker and andLodge andLodge andLodge
Lodge They swept over tables and chairs chairsthey chairsthey chairsthey
they broke down railings and carried ev everything everythIng everything ¬
erything before them In one Irresistible Irresistiblehuman Irrcsist irresistiblehuman le lehuman
human wave wav Hats were crushed coats coatstorn coatstorn coatstorn
torn and standards broken but over It all allwas allwas allwas
was the roar strong and steady of 15000 15000men 15000men 15090mon
men cheering for William McKinley McKinleyThen 3cKlnJe 3cKlnJeThen McKinleyThen
Then the delegates broke into song The TheBattle TheDattle TheBattle
Battle Hymn of the Republic was taken takenup takenup takenup
up by bands and audience and groat vol volumes volumes volumes ¬
umes of sound deep and rhythmical rose roseabove roseabove roseabove
above the cheering cheeringThe cheerIngThe cheeringThe
The demonstration went on for fifteen fifteenminutes fifteenmInutes fifteenminutes
minutes without abatement Then tho thodelegates thodelegates thodelegates
delegates marched back to their places on onthe onthe onthe
the floor one ne big man waiting on the plat platform platI platform ¬
form to give three cheers for Mark Hanna HannaAfter HannaArter HannaAfter
I After sixteen minutes the roar roardled died away awayinto awayInto awayinto
into fitful outbursts and then the delegates delegatessang dclegatessang delegatessang
j sang a few snatches of Glory Hallelujah Hallelujahand Hallelujahnnd Hallelujahand
and the band played Eighteen minutes minutesafter minutesnfter minutesafter
j after the demonstration began Chairman ChairmanLodge ChaIrmanLodge ChairmanLodge
Lodge commenced to rap for order but the theenthusiasm theenthusiasm theenthusiasm
enthusiasm had not worn itself out and andcheers andcheers andcheers
cheers broke out again and again from fromvarious tromTarIous fromvarious
various corners cornersAt cornersI cornersAt
I At 1130 Chairman Lodge recognized recognizedGovernor recognizedGoverno recognizedi
i Governor Roosevelt As the Governor Governortook Governortook
I took the platform the applause broke out outagain outagaln outagain
again as loud as ever A squad of photo photographers photographers photographers ¬
graphers rushed at the platform and began beganto beganto
to make pictures picturesAll picturesAll picturesAll
All the th delegates jumped up and again ngalnwaved 21gn1nwaed againwaved
waved the standards of the States Theenthusiasm The Theenthusiasm Theenthusbsm
enthusiasm would not be suppressed until untilnature untilnature untilnature
nature came to the aid of the chairman chairmanTake chaIrmanTake chairmanTake
Take that th t away said the Governor as ashe ashe ashe
he caught sight of a big camera came aimed at athim athim athim
him A big sergeantatarms hustled the themachine themachine themachine
machine away Governor Roosevelt again againand agaInand againand
and again waved his hand for silence silenceSeconded silenceSeconded silenceSeconded
Seconded by Roosevelt RooMcvdtIt
It was five minutes however before ho hogot hosot hogot
got a chance to begin and then he said paldFellow saidFellow ald aldFellow
Fellow delegates fellow Republicans Republicansand Republlennsand Republicansand
and Americans I rise to second the nomination nom nomination nomination ¬
ination of William McKinley the cheer cheering cheerIng cheering ¬
ing broke out again for a moment But Buteverybody Buteverybody Buteverybody
everybody wanted to hear Roosevelt and andevery andecry andevery
every word he said so the noise finally finallysubsided finallysubsld finallysubsided
subsided subsld d and perfect order maintained maintainedDelegates maIntaInedDelegates maintainedDelegates
Delegates and spectators alike listened listenedto
to the Governor with close attention andalmost and endalmost andzlmost
almost every sentence he uttered was ap applauded applauded applauded ¬
plauded plaudedThere plaudedThere plaudedThere
There was a burst of laughter when the theGovernor theGonrn theGovernor
Governor Gonrn r said lId that the Spanish war was wasnot wasnot Vas Vasnot
not a greatwar great war because It did not have to tobe tobe tobe
be a great one oneGovernor oneGovernor oneGovernor
Governor Roosevelt concluded his speech speechat speechat speechat
at 1150 oclock and there was another anothergreat anothergrcnt anothergreat
great outburst of applause led by the dele delegates delegntes delegates ¬
gates on the floor Those who had grown grownhoarse grownhoarse grownhoarse
hoarse from shouting stamped with their theirfeet theirfeet theirfeet
feet When order was restored the he chair chairrecognized chairrcco chairrecognized
recognized rcco izcd Senator Thurston who took theplatform the theplatform theplntform
platform to second the nomination of Mr MrMcKinley MrMcKinley MrMcKinley
McKinley Senator Thurston spoke In a astrong astrong astrong
strong clear voice and received close d e at attention attention attention ¬
tention tentionSenator tentionScnatar tentionSenator
Senator Thurston concluded at 12 oclock oclockand oclockand oclockand
and J W Yerkes of Kentucky followed followedMr tollowecYMr followedMr
Mr Yerkes occupied oc upled ten minutes and andthen andthen nd ndthen
then the delegates began to demand demandvote 0 0ote avote
vote ote Chairman Lodge called for order orderand orderand I Iand
and recognized Mr Knight of California CaliforniaMr Ca1lornlaMr CaliforniaMr
Mr Knight was new to the country at atlarge atI
I large and as a Convention orator He HeContinued HeI HeContinued
Continued oa second page pageI
I I 125 12 to Baltimore nnd Return via viaB s Ia IaD iaB
B O Saturday ana Sunday SundayJune SundayJune
I June 23 and 24 good for return return until following
I Monday Tickets good on all trains tr1j except ex t Royal BoyalQnlcEP RoyalQUlc RoyalQuick
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Speeches of Foraker Rooseveltand Roosevelt Rooseveltand Roo3feItand
and Thurston ThurstonThe TlmfstonThe ThurstonThe
The Ohio Senator Tinnk T tnkt Alabama Alabamafor Alabamafor labama labamator
for Yielding 1 It Its Privilege l > rhlle e But Say SayThat Sn SnThnt Says SaysThat
That the American People Had Al Already Already 1 1rend ¬
ready rend Made Their Choice of a X Xom XomhaecDeelnre Sominee m mlucc
lucc haecDeelnre Declarc That President l > 3Ic McKinlcyrs 3IcKlnlcy8 Ie IeKluIe
Klnlcy8 KluIe AdmlnlMtrntlon lies 31nd 31ndthe Made Madethe lIndthe
the Nation Prosperous l > roIcrou In Peace Peacennd Peacennd Penceand
nnd Victorio VictorioHoOKCvclt Victorious Ietorlou hi arGoeruor WarGovernorRoosevelt arGoeruorRooec1t
Roosevelt Pay Pn nu Eloquent Trib ¬
ute e to the Head of f the TIcket TIcUctCONVENTION TicketCONVENTION
CONVENTION CO VE IOX HALL Philadelphia PhiladelphiaJune PhiladelphiaJune PhiladelphiaJune
June 2L 2lAn An abstract of the speech peeth of Son Senator Sonator Sonator ¬
ator Foraker of Ohio reaomlnatlng William WilliamMcKIaley WlUlamUcKInley WilliamMcKinley
McKinley as the candidate of otthe the Repua RepuaHcan ReJublIean Republican
Hcan party for President of the United UnitedStates UnitedSttcs UnitedStates
States and the addresses of Governor GovernorRoosevelt GovernorRoosevelt vonror vonrorRoosevelt
Roosevelt and Senator Thurston seconding secondingthe secondingthe secondingthe
the nomination follow followMr followuUr followMr
uUr Mr Chairman and Gentlemen of the Cen Cenvcntion c Cenventfon 1 1venUon
vcntion Alabama yields yI lds to Ohio and I Ithank Ithank Ithank
thank her but Alabama has yielded by byreason b1rcaron byreasca
reason of a fact that would seem se n unim unimportant unim unimportant unimportant ¬
portant and superfluous tat fo she has h s yield yielded Yle1ded ylelded ¬
ed because our candidate has In fact already al already alrealty ¬
ready been nominated He was wtsnamM was named bySenator by bySenator bySenator
Senator Wolcott in his able speech of ofTuesday atTu ofTuesday
Tuesday Tu da He was nominated by Senator SenatorLodge SenatorLodge SenatorLodge
Lodge In his address addr S6 of yen yetgrdayand rday and by bythe flythe y ythe
the Senator from Indiana when he read readthe rendthe readthe
the platform and not only has he been beennominated beennomInated beerenominated
i nominated by them but by the whole wholeAmerican WhOlAmerlclD wholeAmerican
American people peopleFrom peopleFrom peopleFrom
From one end of our land to the other otherone otherODe otherone
one man Is thought of for the honor that thatwe thatwe thatwe
we are here to confer He Is the first firstchoice firstchoice firstchoice
choice of every man who wishes for forpublican Re Republican Repubilean ¬
publican success next fall So it Is not notnecessary notnecessary notnecessary
necessary for me or anyone else to speak speakfor speaktor speakfor
for him He has already alr < nily spoken for him himself hlmsel himself
self sel and to all the world He has a record recordreplete rccororeplete recordreplete
replete with brilliant achievements One Onethat Onethat Onethat
that speaks at once his promises for the thefuture tb tbfuture thefuture
future and of that Is his highest hlghesteulogy hlghesteulogyIt eulogy eulogyIt
It constitutes an example of triumphant triumphantsuccess triumphantsuccess triumphantsuccess
success in the discharge of public duty dutyTrue dutyTrue dutyTrue
True to the Tract TrantFour TrttFour TractFour
Four years ago we confided c nMed to him a amost amost amost
most sacred trust when our oilr our industries Industrl s were wereprostrated wereprostrated ero eroprostrated
prostrated He Quickened them with a anew 11new anew
new life and brought to our country un unprecedented unprecedented unprecedented ¬
precedented prosperity Then Gverywhera Gverywherain
in this great land labor was was Idle today todayeverywhere t todayeverywhere 4 4everywhere
everywhere In this great land our laboringmep laboring laboringmen laborIngmep
men mep have employment When vre 7e chose chosehim chosehim chosehim
him then he found the mills and tho mines minesof mInesof minesof
of the great country closed everywhere everywhereToday eerVhcreToday everywhereToday
Today they are open opennnd and while we are arehere arehere arehere
here deliberating we are sending their theirproducts theirproducts theirproducts
products to every corner of the theivorld worId frorld 1n 1na in ina faa
a great commercial conquest conquestUnder conquestuUnd conquestUnder
uUnd Under rhls his guidance our national cur currency currency currency ¬
rency has been placed above reproach reproachThe reproachThc reproachThe
The wild cry of 16 to 1 that we heard four fouryears touryears fouryears
years ago has been pat to sleep sc p alon a1011a alongside alongsidethe slfe slfethe e ethe
the lost cause and other Democratic Democrat her heresies heredes hereases ¬
eases esiesHe
He has advanced our interests In every everyland everyland everyland
land but at all this we are not surprised surprisedWe EurpIsedWe surprisedWe
We anticipated it all four years ago 110 We Weknew Weknew Weknew
knew he was wise patient faithful and anddevoted anddevoted lDd lDddeoted
devoted to tobls his country and that the tri triumphs triumphs triumphs ¬
umphs of peace eace would be his hl1 but we lit little lIttlc littie ¬
tlc knew that ho would be calfed calved Ied on to win winfor winfor winfor
for his country the triumphs of t van vanEqual warEqual ar arEqunl
Equal to the Emergency of War WarThe WarThe Var VarThe
The emergency of war came in spite of ofall ofall ofall
all he ne would do to avoid It and it came to tofind tofind tofind
find the country unprepared but it Itfoud ItfoudhIm found foundTiim foundhim
hIm equal to all its requirements In all allAmerican allAmerican allAmerican
American history there Is no chapter that thatchronicles thatchronicles thatchronicles
chronicles achievements more brilliant brilliantthan brilIlantt brilliantthan
than t n our recent victory on land and sea seaby se seby sea
by which in a hundred days we drove droveSpain droeSpain droveSpain
Spain from the Western Hemisphere and andenlightened andenlightened lndenIlghteDed
enlightened the earth with our arqulsitlons arqulsitlonsand uqulsIUnsand
and filled the world with the splendor of ofour orour ofour
our power powerOur powerOur powerOur
Our name has a new significance It Itmeans Itmeans Itmeans
means liberty for longsuffering Cuba ed ede1
517 e1 17 To Chicago nnd Return via X17 X17Pennsylvania 17 17Pennsylvania 1 1Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad RailroadAccount RailroadAccount RailroadAccount
Account National Prohibition Convention Tickets Ticketson TIcketson
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Special Excursion to Chcxaxfeakc ChcxaxfeakcBenclv Chea Chesaplea3eBeach ake akeDenc
Benclv Denc Beach Friday June JuneTribe Jnne JnneTrIbe 22 22Tribe
Tribe of Ben BenIIur Ilnr No 1 1E 1E L LE
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Independent Lodge No II L 3 O G T TCarpenters TCnrpenter TCarpenters
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ucatlon enlightenment and the blessings Wcselagsof
of selfgovernment for fo the millions of Per Perto Foeto i ito
to Rico and the Philippines What has hasfor hasbeen = s stn
been tn EO generously coneor done for us we will do dofor dofor
for them We have eo declared in theplatform the theplatform thepJatorni
platform we have adored and where is isthere Isthere Isthere
there a fitter place to declare de < 1are it itThe ItThe 1 1The
The speaker then dwelt briefly on the thepart theJrt thepert
part taken by Philadelphia Phl1adelp fa In the history historyof hiS lry
of the nation He spoke of its historic historictraditions historictr3dltions historictraditions
traditions and memories In conclusion conclusionSenator ecselusioaSenates
Senator Foraker said ealdNo saidNo I
No Turalnnac1 TurntngBackWe Turning Back BackWe
We Ye could not turn back now if we wewould wewould wewould
would and we would n DCJt no t Ii we could We Wewent Wewent i iwent
went on trial before lie jtvorld world and we wemust wemust I Imust
must meet our responsibilities re ponshililies or Igno Ignominiously i imlnlousJy
1 EJlnlously fail before the ores of all the theworld theworld 1 1World
world So we must cheese ch ee for Jo our candi candidates ttndidates ¬ I Idates
dates the men best fitted for the dlschnr dlschnrof discharge dischargeof
of our duties In all the tattoo there is
l wirJiyk3Tr A r titiir Laaw ccrrnKHT C tcorarcrria9oraccwocwwoonay tcorarcrria9oraccwocwwoonayTHEODORE prRIIIff 1399 J9 1 cjcfoctrvaoo cGRO KWoaD ATY ATYTHEODORE N Y Yo YTHEODORE
no man so fitted fitt d as the the great leader who whohas whohas
has conducted the affairs of the nation in inthe Inthe isthe I
the last four trying years y years ara He has courage courageand couragemd courageand
and experience exp rlence HetTias H Jms a stainless reputation repu reputation reputation ¬
tation and a blameless life lIf that have en endeared
deared him to his country cou trt and won him himthe himthe
the love and respect of tho whole whole people peopleHa peopleHe en ie ieH
Ha H Is an Ideal man He Is an Ideal candidate can candidatew cnndldate
didatew For all these es considerations not notalone notalone I Ialone
alone on behalfof behaU r Ohio Oh o but in behalf of ofCUESATEAKE orCIIESuE ofCHESAPEAKE
pally Daily Schedule ScheduleTrains SeheduJeTnIts ScheduleTrains
Trains leave IUdrict Dlkrict ct line depot d pot 10 30 a L m m 11 11m a am am
m 2 < 6 p Po xa me m fee Cc round trip tripAfter trIpAfter tripAfter
After the Bath use Talcutlne soft softrciresMn 80ftrdrmln softrefreshing
rciresMn refreshing toilet powder all toilet counters countersguaranteed countersgmraDtetd countersguaranteed
guaranteed guaranteedBuilders gmraDtetdDullders guaranteedBuilders
Builders find all Mlllvrprlc Millwork ready readjrto
to use at 6th N Y AY v and d frames TSc 5c and up
every State in the TJnion ij aioaand acd n of f Repub Republicans ¬
liana everywhere eTe heia r noirHnate 1l0Mrri ic William Mc McKinley McGovernorltooccvelttr c cKlnley
Kinley KinleyMr hp hpCoeraol
Governorltooccvelttr Coeraol nooe e1t Eltlo Eulogy EulogyMr y yYr
Mr Chairman t rise to second the thesomiaatien the110mbatien thenomination
nomination of WiHiem McKinley the thePretWcat thePrea thePresident
President Prea CBt who has had to meet and solve solveprobieoc solveproblems va vaprob
problems prob mc more numerous and more impor important lmP3rtalt important ¬
tant than any other President since the thedays thedaya thedays
days of mighty Abraham Lincoln the thePretMeut t1ePr05ldeut thePresident
President under whoee Administration this thiscountry nUlcountry thtacountry
country has cttaiaed t taed a higher ntber pitch of ofprosperity orpr08Nlrity ofprosperity
prosperity at home tad bcsor abroad thanever than thanever t1taeTer
ever T 3cfore efore > La its history Four years ago agobe a abe agothe
the be Republican party nee nominated I Dated WJHiani WJHianiMcKinley WUJIt11cKlnley WiliiaaMcKinley
McKinley as its ts staadard bearer in a po political p0litical poIitieal ¬
litical conflict co tllet of graver moment to the thenation thenation thenation
nation than any that bad td taken plan ciace ciacethe liiDeethe slscethe
the close cJo e of the civil war saw w us once more raoraa I1 rt rta
a resulted country The Republican party partynominated part partnominated partynominated
nominated him but before the campaign
was many days 1Ys old he had become thecandidate the thecandidate
candidate < not only of all Republicans but butof Butof
of all 1l1 Americans who were both farsight farsighted ¬
ed enough to see where the true Interests Interestsof
of the country lay and clearminded clearmindedenough clearmIndedenough clearmindedenough
enough to bo keenly sensitive to tho taint taintof taintot taintof
of dishonor President McKInley was tri triumphantly triumphantly triumphantly ¬
umphantly elected on certain distinct distinctpledges
pledges and these pledges have been made mademore mademore mademore
more than good Wfr Ye were then in a 0 con condition ccndtlon condition ¬
dition of industrial paralysis The capitalist capital capitalist enpIW1st ¬
ist was plunged in ruin and disaster the theTvageworker thewageworker thewageworker
wageworker w was its on the edge of actual actualwant actualWaIlt actualwant
want the success of our our opponents would would91T I
91T 17 to Chicago and Return via B < fc O OAccount 01 01ccount 0Account
Account ccount National Canyentlch OoIlTetJticnProlibiton ProtlbitJon Proh3bit on party partyTicket partyTickets partyTickets
Tickets sold OM and gocd going June J 25 and 26 G ralid ralidJor nIldfor niidfor
for return until July 4 whin validated by Joint JointAgent Jo JointAgent Dt DtAgEnt
Agent at Chicago on payment 25 25celts cents Quick Quickservice
service and a d through solid trains trainsOvrnerx liDs
Owners bay their the r Jobbing JobJJln Injnl Lumber Lumberom LnmberOm er eriJOm
iJOm om K Libbey S t Co mad 12iactk 12 inch shelving bc1S r Z cts
have meant m nt not only immense aggravation aggrava aggravatlon r
tlon cf the actual physical distress but butalso butalso butalso
also a stain on the nations honor so deep deepthat deepthat deepthat
that more than one generation would wouluhave woull1luve wouldhave
have to pass before it would b beffectually be beeffectually beeffectually
effectually wiped cut cuL We promised that thatIf thatif thatif
If Prrv1nt Prtal nt McKinley were elected not cotonly notoJ1y notonly
only should the thenaUonal national honor be kept un unstained unstained unstained ¬
stained at home and abroad but that the themill themUl themill
mill and the workshop should open thefarmer the thefarmer thefarmer
farmer have 1 > 10 a market for his hisgoods hisoOOs hisgoods
goods oOOs the merchant merch t for his hiawares hiswaros hiswares
wares and that the wageworker should shouldprosper shouldprosper shouldprosper
prosper as never beforeWe before beforeWe beforeWe
We did not promise the Imposlble impo sible ws wsdid ow owdid wedid
did not say that by good ood legislation Jegl aUon and andgood andgood andgood
good administration there would w ld corns om pros prosperity prosperity prosperity ¬
perity to all men but we did say that each eachman eachman eachman
man should have c better tter chance to min ivlaprosperity 110prosperity minprosperity
prosperity than he had ever yet had In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the long run the thrift industry energy energyand energynn energyana
and nn ana capacity pae1ty of the Individual must alwars alwarsremain ahra6rennin alwa a aremain
remain the chief factors In his success By Byunwise Byulwlse Byunwise
unwise or dishonest legislation or administration adminis administration nls nlstratlon ¬
tration on the part of the national author authorities alhorItles aathortties ¬
ities all these qualities in 1 the individual individualcan
can be nullified but wise legislation andupright andupright and andupright
upright administration will give them free freescope frees freescope
scope s < < pe And It ias as this free score sco coe a that we wepremised wepremised wepromised
premised should be given givenAll glenAll givenAll
All Promise Kept KeptWell KeptWen KeptWc1I
Well we kept our word The Th opportu opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
nity has been given glv n and It bas ha ben setzed setzedby se sezedby ed edby
by American energy thrift and busnes busnesenterprise buslneaenterprle businesenterprise
enterprise As a result we have prospered prosperedas
as never before and nd we are now prospering prosperingto prosptrng prosptrngto
to a a degree that would have seemed In Incredible Incredlble incredible ¬
credible four years ago when the Coud of ofmenace ofmenace ofmenace
menace to our Industrial wellbeing hung husgblack hug hugb11ck hungblack
black above the land landSo landuSo landSo
uSo So it has been ia foreign affairs Four Fouryears Fourrears Fouryears
years rears ago the nation was uneasy because becauseright bocausaright a arlbht
right at our doors COors an American island lay laywrithing 131Titblng laywrithing
writhing In awful agony agaR under un er the curse of ofworse otVone ofwore
worse than mediaeval tyranny and misrule micralethe miulltee misruleWe
We e hd cur Armenia at ocr very doors for forthe forthe
the situation in Cuba tad ad grown growninteler grownintelerable Intoler Intolerable intclerable ¬
able and such that this nation cocld no noIcnger DOIcncer nolonger
longer refrain from interference and retain retainits retaiaIts retainits
its own selfrespect President McKinley McKIaleyturned McKinleyturned cKh1eyfurned
turned to this duty ca s he had turned to todthers tocthers toudhee
dthers He sought by every t > ery effort possible possibleo po 6lb1e
o provide for Spains withdaal from fro the theisland thewand theisland
island which she was impotent longer to do doaught doaught doaught
aught but oppress Then when paclSc picticmeans paclScmeans p1c1emeans
means had failed and there remained the theonly theonly theonly
only alternative we waged the th most xaottrighteous mottrlghtrour mostrighteous
righteous and brilliantly brU IaIlt1y sacc sxcrsul rsfel ul foreign fotelgnvtr foreignto2r foreignwar
war that any co country ntry has waged aSK daring 4t1rlll the thelifetime thelifetime le lellEt1
lifetime llEt1 = e of the present pr lent generation It was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not a great war simply shnply became lJec c it was won wontoo 1II0ntoo > aontoo
too quickly but it was raomeatois momeato s indeed isdeedIn Iltdcedin indeedin
In its effects It left us xs as all great featsmust feats featsinuct testsmtt
must leave those who wh perform bnn them an anInheritance anInlerltaace anInheritance
Inheritance VJi rah h of honor hO Or sad D4 cf responsi responsibility reepol1sfblllty reepoasibility ¬
bility and Dd B 0r k > r the lead cf President Mc McKlcley McKinley Ic IcKhley
Klcley the nation has taken up the tatk tatkof tatkor taskof
of securing eurinc orderly liberty and Dd th the reign of ofjustice ofjwtke ofjustice
justice and law tn In the Islands lsJaa s Loss which vhkhwe whichwe blh blh1rP
we drove the thetyNJ1DY tyriaay of Spain with tte ttesane ecsuc tesane
sane serious realization of duty and sin sincere sincore in incere ¬
cere purpose to perform it it that has marked markedthe markedthe markedthe
the national n U0ll81 attitude In dealing with wa tbe tbeeconomic be beeconomic e eCC8aomlc
economic and 00 fiaaaclal dAclt dt di3ealrtes esktes that face facettfl faceat faceus
ttfl at homeThis homeThis home homeThis
This is chat kat the nation has done me dur daring durIng durtag ¬
ing the three years that have save etepsed eIep H since sincewe siaeewe rineewe
we made McKinley President sad aadall all this thisIs tillsIs thisis
Is what hat be typifies and stands for We Wehere Wehere e ehere
here nominate him again and Ia Novem November X8embe Nevembar ¬
bar be next we shall elect hiss kl again because becauseit
it has been given to him ll to personify fie Ihecause fiecaeu thecaoea
cause of 0 honor abroad and prosperity at athome athoc1e athome
home of wise wge legislation and straightfor straightforward sUalgktrorward straightforward ¬
ward administration We all kaow kao flow the theold theold theold
old adage about swapping horses while whileeroseics whiler06Eill whilecrossing
crossing r06Eill a stream and the still eWer sWersdage eWerage eideradage
adage age about letting well enough eIMMtS alone 08e To Techange Tochange Tochange
change from PreM President ct McKinley now nowvcottlsl no nowotIId nowwould
would not be raei raeiivoeld merely to swap p hors It Itwould Itwould
would be ee to jcmp o off the he horse e that bad badcarried Jtadcarried hadcarried
carried us U across sad wade wace back Into Int the thetorrent UtetorreBt thetomcat
torrent sad to put him for four years yearsmere yearsmore
mere into the t White Hence means act actmerely DOtmerely notmerely
merely to let well enough alone bet to toInsist toInsfst toinsist
Insist that when we are thriving as never
before we shall not be plunged back Me into intoan Intoan intoan
an abyss of shame and panic and Od disaster disasterWe disasterWe disasterWe
We have done so well that our oppo opponents opponents opponents ¬
nents actually use this very fact fa t as lS an anappeal anappe1l anappeal
appeal for turning us out We have put putthe pulthe putthe
the tariff on a foundation so secure wehave wehave we wehave
have passed such ch wise 150 laws on finance financethat finincethat futurethat
that they actually appeal app l to the patriotic patriotichonest patriotichonest patriotichonest
honest men who deserted them at tho last lastelection lastelection lastelection
election to help them now because for forsooth forsooth ¬
sooth we have done so well that nobody nobodyContinued nobodyCcnUnued nobodyContinued
Continued on second page page93CO pagetnL0 i iO
93CO O Special Recreation Trip 350 350To 3aoTo > o oTo
To Old Point Norfolk X rfo1k Virginia Beach and aadOcean andOcean
Ocean View Vie via Norfolk acd VTashlnston W tteamer deamerSaturday
i Saturday turday 630 p m Round trio tickets to tf Fort Forti FortlonroE FortMonroeand
i Monroe Monroeand and Norfolk orfo good to return Sunday S y cichf cichf35Q aightCi50
Ci50 35Q 50 Schedule page 7 7AVueclTvriKhtu 7Wheelwrights
Wheelwrights Yh lwrl hb find Beat D t Oak Sliekery Hick Hickory JIlekOf ¬
ory Of acd Poplar at 6lh t N Y AT 1v Tmd and same nmepo nmepohr polar po polar ¬
lar 3 3jg cts
Naval Officers of the Allied Pow Powers Powers Powers ¬
ers Issue a Proclamation ProclamationMISSION ProclamationMISSION ProclamationMISSION
To Ba Used Against Those Wholock WhoBlock Who WhoBlock
Block lock the Way to Pekin PekinSTILL PekiaSTILL PekinSTILL
Admiral Seymour Not ot Heard Fro Frofor From Fromtor Fromfor
for Seven DasTaku Days Taku Forts ax axTonjjKtt aDd aDdTongliu andTongKu
TonjjKtt Securely S urelr lIeldAdTnee lIeldAdTneeon Held Advance Advanceon
on Besieged Cities Soon to Be MadeTroops Made MndcTroops tIadcTrool
Troops Trool Expected R Ieet cl From Hong Honekonrr HongkoaJ Hongkong
kong koaJ and ellIalelon WelUnlIVel On Repre Representation Representation Bepresentations ¬
sentation of Consuls LI Hung HungChanR nngCbang SlungChang
Chang Postpones Io tponc Ills Hl Departure DepartureFrom DepartureFrom partur parturFrom
From Canton S Which hleh Is Said to B BIn Dc DcIn BeIn
In Great Dancer or an Uprising UprisingLONDON Upriiin UpriiinUONDON
LONDON JuDe 21 LThe The Admiralty has haiissued hu1s5Ued hasIseued
issued the following despatch which whlcbwas whichwas whichwas
was received from Admiral Brccc BrcccTaku BrcceuTaku BruceTaku
Taku via ia Chefoo June LThere 21Therehas 21 LTherehas There Therehas
has been ao communicatlea with Ad Admiral Admiral ldmira1 ¬
miral Seymour for seven days a nor D8rwith norwith r rwith
with Tieatsln for five days The allies allieshold alMeshold a1Neshold
hold the Taku forts and ToagKH se selief securely securely
curely They will advance to the re reItef reRef
Ref of Tieatsln when in su1 enOefaat enOefaatstrength eullideDtstreagth cleat cleatstrength
strength Troops are expected from IremHongkong kemHoagkoag fromHongkong
Hongkong tomorrow and 306 from IraniWeiHaiWei fromWetHaiWei rem remyetHalWel
WeiHaiWei en Jane 23 23It 21It 23dt
It is believed that t figtrtiag is con constantly constantly < on onsOaatIy ¬
stantly going on OBOar around Iemuta TleetslnOur IemutaOar
Oar garrison garrlS U here should 6 fMlkI be 3c 3tM 3tMThe 3U9The tft tftThe
The folk toilet lag proclamation was W8S1greed wesagreed wasagreed
agreed on this t k nwrnteg and nd will be is issued Iasued Issued ¬
sued immediately immediatelyThe ImmetliatelrThe immediatelyThe
The admirals and sealer naval of officers of1cers offears ¬
fears of the allied powers in China Chinadesire Chin Chindelre Chinadesire
desire to take make known to aH vleeroys vleeroysand vieeroysand rteeroysDd
and Dd authorities aut itles on the coasrs coasrsrivers COJLSSrlv coal a arivers
rivers rlv and in the cities and andpriviaces andJNivi andpriviaces
priviaces JNivi us of China that they theyintend theyh theycued
intend h ted te use arced farce farceoaly ferreooly forceonly
only ag agaleat lu t tbe Boxers and ether peo peoples peoples peopies ¬
ples who wae oppose them ea the march to toPekta toPekia toPekin
Pekta for the rescue of their foHew foHewcoentryaen foHewttyme fellowCOantryreen
coentryaen ttyme BRUCE BRUCECaatoa DRUC DRUCCantoR BRUCECanton
CantoR Is becoming a centre of o interest interestsince Interestsloce interestsince
since advices of aa alarraia alarming character art arttiere 3 31Ieas are arebeiag
1Ieas reeehed from there It Is Baler Balerstood uRderood understood
stood ood that there is practically no Oefeaee Oefeaeefer eJerencefer defencefor
fer the thefretDera fereaers at l Castes A Heagkcas Hongkasgdes Heagkcasdespatch H lgkcg lgkcgespetch
despatch des tch says aYs that Uta owing owtcJ to tie represen represeatatioos representatJoGs representations
tatioos of the foreign for bD consuls at Canton Caateathat Caatnthat Cantonthat
that trcabte tr We was likely to steak out during dtertaghis dcrkaahis duringhis
his absence LI Heag Clang has caaeeied caaeeiedhis eaaeesedhis eeaeeedhis
his passage en D a steamer to the t e north aDd aadconsented aDdCOIIseDteci andconsented
consented to remain ia I the city The Vice Vicederw VIceroy Viceroy
roy VaS about to start for PeIth1 to en endeavor endeevor
derw to settle s < < tle the trouble there tlsereA thereA thereA
A despatch to a sews agency from Yoke okG ¬
hama under tsdeys date says there Is Isgener1Uy a agenerally agenerally
generally discredited rumor ia circulation eirccratienthat ctrculaUenthatt circulationthat
that thatt the e foreign Ministers at Pekin have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been murdered aDd that Admiral dIrlraI Seymour Seymaurthe Seymeurthe Seymourthe
the commander of the allied naval forces forcesis torceis forces forcesis
is dead deadThe deadThe deadThe
The despatch dj teh also al < o says that it is probe probable prekble probeMe ¬
ble that the whole of the Hireehfaa H1re imc Chi Chinese Ohineeo Chineon ¬
neon divfelea which Js commanded bj b7Cdneral bjGeneral IJ IJG
General G neraJ FukuShima will be afi a1 afloat at t shortly shortlyThe slortlyTIle shortlyThe
The Kassian cruker Rurik has arrived al alYokohama a aokoJmma atYokohama
Yokohama with the th new Russian Ministei Ministeito
to Japan en board She will leave iet ietTaku ferTaku er erTan
Taku tacky todcyThe tackyThe todayThe
The British torpedo boat destroyes destroyesWhiting destroY8W1tIUag dostrayenWhiting
Whiting has arrived at Chefoo Her ccniv ccnivader cam ccmmaDder cammaeder
maDder ader reports that nothing has been beenbeard 1eonMar beenheard
beard Mar from L am Admiral Seymeers internal intenratiosal intemJttoDal internaltional
tiosal force in six days daysWhile ckJ5WktIe daysRhIle
While there is yet ae oQetel coafinaa coafinaatioa C9rm1 C9rm1tion condrmatioei
tioa of t the relief of t Pekin Pekia reports frem fremvartees fremvarloes fromvarious
various sources that the icteraatienal icteraatienalfarce icternatlenalforce isternatienalforce
force under Admiral Seymour entered the thecity thecity thecity
city en Sunday afternoon and that the le Iegatiens legatieas lesatfes
gatieas are safe continue to arrive arriveOne ar1e ar1eOne arriveOne
One aeoesEt says that the march ef the thaforeign Utarorelgn theforeign
foreign celesta was a most difficult ORe oaethat ORetltat onethat
that thore was terrific fighting 1chtJn on five dif different dt dtferDt diftaent ¬
ferent occasions when masses of Chineseattacked Chinese Chinesoattacked Chineseattacked
attacked the allied force and that itO SSOChinese itOCklaese 580Chinese
Chinese were slain The losses among theforeigners the theforeigners thereft1ers
foreigners were trifling trUU There were aaany aaanylaeuBtcd m5I1ymeuatet1 manyteouited
laeuBtcd men among uJtD the Chinese but batest butmost butmost
most est of the natives were badly armed At Attimes Attimes Attimes
times they fought with great Bravery hraveryTeI braveryTelegrams BraveryTelegrams
TeI Telegrams from fro Tientsin dated June 13 lband 13missionaries 11aMI
and seat by pest n report > Lt that the foreign foreignmlseio foreignmIssionaries
missionaries mlseio = ries at Pasting are safe scr betas betasguarded helDggunHd beingguarded
guarded by the troops of General Nteb NtebTwentyfive XlehTwentyfivc NiebTwentyfive
Twentyfive Amerieaas with th a Gattilns Gattilnsgua GI1UHngbUB Gattiinggun
gun have arrived there In the foreign foreignsettlement foeIgnsettlement foreignsettlement
settlement the chapels have been burned burnedand wrnedDfl burnedand
and Dfl the mission stations s tlons of the American AmericanBoard AmericanBoard Ulerk1nBo1rd
Board of Foreign Missions Congregation Congregational Congre tlon ¬
al 11 of the Methodist Episcopal Church Churchand ChurchOO Churchand
and OO of the London Missionary 1ssicnary Society are arepractically aepr1ctIcally arepractically
practically In the hands of the Boxers BexersThe HexersThe BoxersThe
The local l CAI authorities are panicstricken panicstrickenSympathetic panicstrIckenSympathetic panicstrickenSympathetic
Sympathetic mandarins are ordered out of oftheir ottheIr oftheir
their sedan chairs and Dd compelled to bow bowoovro boWown boardown
oovro down own to the Boxers in the streets streetsFTATOTA street3MAItX streetsMARK
Again galn Chosen to Head the Rcpnbllx Rcpnbllxcan RepubUcan RepubIican
can National Committee CommitteeCONVENTION CommltteeCONVE CommitteeCONVENTION
CONVENTION CONVE ION HALL PhnadelpMiJune PhlladelpWoi PhlladelpWoiJune Phtladclp fa faJune
June 2L3L ± LM L iL A Hanna has been reelected reelect reelected reel1ietcd ¬
ed Chairman of the National ltionaI Committee CommitteeAlabamas Con CommitteeAlabamas ttec ttecUnhamaa
Alabamas National Committeeman ComznltteenianPHILADELPHIA CommitteemanPHILADELPHfA ComsuitteemanPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA June 2L 21 LTh2 The Ala Alabama A1 A1bama Alabama ¬
bama delegation dele Uon met at their headcjiar headgparters headcjiarters hee qnar qnarters
ters on Broad Street ct 10 oclock this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning and selected J W Bimmick Dh 1mlck of ofMontgomery otontgomer ofMontgomery
Montgomery ontgomer as a member of tho National NationalCommittee Kattoa1Committee NationalCommittee
Committee CommitteeQuick CommitteeQuick CommitteeQuick
Quick Service to St Paul PaulAsd via < D t 0 0And oAnd
And northwestern north tem rm points on new B O OlearlEC 0train 0trainIeavise tnl2 tnl2leaT
learlEC leaT C Washington at t 1050 a m dally dallynest c dailyreaching ilyn1 ilyn1rea
rea reaching St St Paul at 10 1 p > me mm next day dayI dayMaslc day3iusle y yUualc
Maslc at Chesapeake Beach BenchHaleys BeachIhItIs BeachBalers
Balers Bond every afternoon and evening evenissFnrmcr CTenb CTenbFnrPIerti eveningFarmers =
Farmers buy Ucst U lIt Shingle at at COO COQrper COOper C0Oper
per 1000 from fr = 1 F Libbey k Co and f fall uU size CxM Gmi

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