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S tMip 1 ire II iir l I to the th public and K Kof to he heof
of 1 I iitics > lt IC pu for ° r a secludod secludodn
S n J I s Revenue Reven H ollector < a ni nitJai IdJ
< tJai J I s s Rooter i H Calli Call1tpl Call1tpla tei teii
i v a ti d f nt d for itegate but he hei heIwr
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Ande Andem And > n the othpr halt of the thei
S i I laveti1y < avenly a enl rwlns also defeated for del delegate delgate delate ¬
gate ate but in attendance with a proxy proxyv proxJunk proxyiUtlk
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The yells grew louder The gallery gallerytook gallerynnk < l ery erynk
took lip th > cry The hand In front fronttruck fronttrwk
5 truck up Star tar Spangled pSJgled led Banner BannerAfor BannerIon Bannerore
Afor Ion ore ballots were thrown up descend descending descendIrig ¬
ing 11 in showers District Dt banners of ofardboard of1rdbnanl ofrthoard
ardboard nn Sn poles were waved aved aloft aloftii aloftp1e
ii pi p1e e or pulled down and trampled trampledupon trampledl
S l upon IOfl in the excitement excitementKnox fxcltementKnx xc1tementnor
Knox nor Knox tend Send for Knox Knoxrame Knoxam Knoxcamp
camp am the th culls call8ChA ctliaChtrman s sChslrman V
Chslrman ChA Irman Jnistensen 1 yelled yelh d for or order orr orrlCr ¬
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or flevera Ie er1nlnutea er1nlnuteaA > 1nlnutes 1nlnutesAt
At A t I lasi lajuthe th the tumult subsided the re rexff reftr xeS S
S t1efr xff the t hallot was announced a anmlt anmltt aiThnitte
iThnitte nmlt e was appointed to bring bringCnox br1n br1nr S Sbefore
Cnox r x before h tore the th convention at 8 oclock oclockml
ml 111 the convention ordered ord red a recess recessa
a little over an hour for dinner dinneri
S S i I was at 640 p m The battle had hadn
en > n waged unlatermittently for or over overen ov overU r rpn
U en fl hours hoursR
I R the evening eVt > nln the convention was wasmiparatlvely wasTlIparattvely I
S S miparatlvely tame The Knox men menthCtr menS I
> 1 their debts to the First precinct precinctputting precinct11Itt1ng
putting Joseph Mac Mac1tDlght Knight through throughwith throuhh I
with A h a whoop for city treasurer Penn Pennnn PetuiflI
nn was the only other nominee and andwithdrew andwHhdre andlthdrew
withdrew when he h saw the fight fightS
j S I < hopeless The other candidates candidatesi E
i previously taken the t cue F A Af
f < nson 1 on having allowed himself to be bertticed beinced b brUced 1
rtticed in Knoxs behalf behalfCharges behalfCharge behalfChargee
Charges of Fraud Fraudr
r The T ri li rest of Q the Knox slate was put putiifrh puth pulS
S iifrh h without a hitch The Kearns KearnsIN
IN S > leaders had framed it to beat A Ar Aster
r K lMler sler James man of the Third Thirdnct Thirdl1et Thirdect L
nct for cr city recorder leaving A ASimondi AImondl Almond1
Simondi of the Fifth and F I M Miithews 1foi MhwP
oi iithews 1 hw of the Third to fight fi < ht it out outfen outn outS
S fen en n themselves tbem > ln the latter being beinjrj bein
j 5 II 5 Mom omf < preference Kesler Kf ler who wh ho hod
1 d i lost In t his hi own O oa n delegation finally finallyiHitrew finaUyI1lrfw finalI finalII
iHitrew when he saw the fight wa wai was wasi I
i s njrai a against aJllt t him and asked bhl bhld hh hhI ni niis I
d is I to df1 te for Simondi This gave gaveii
5 > S ii the tti nomination Kesler KeslerM
> c M that fraud had r > een used u d In InMir Ini It 1
Mir i z his hi district against a < alnat him and andiy andi an I
0 Hy iy i threatened prosecution pMJ > cutton of ofthe oft 01 01I r
S the t he men who had worked workeda workedhim workeI I
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S a cilw CII4teIht CII4teIhtS t teln jat Kearns Kearnshenrhman Ktoarhllhpnchman
S henrhman was put through throu h for foreditor fo foHlItor r
editor with ith the th rent of the slate slateBattle slateBattle elateBattle S
Battle Skillfully Fought boughtbatt Foughtbatt
batt throughout was an ab abini
S ini 1fl 1 ror teat t led with ith grent < rent skill on onii 0 1
ii 1 sides s1dC 1tl and fought tou < ht to the bitter bitterThe bitterTlIEtnf r
The TlIEtnf ccnerals nerals > nll on the > James AJde AJdetbllr eldiArthin ide ideArthur It
Arthur tbllr Pratt O J Salisbury Salisburyr Saltsbur Saltsburr
S r i Out irland rland D H Wenger and andJames andJame am amJnnie I
James himself all veterans ettran of ofirv ofI u
irv I r T i j jlitieal Mttical conftHt Although Althoughy 1
y one IIr f these tM is a former Lib LJbthey LibtJlfY bibS
S they re r e aided by th full Mor MorHienih Morsreflvl1t or orrn
Hienih < rn I h as far ns is 1 it could be benrlied bi
nrlied nrliedh 1 oIled
ihs 1 h Kn leaders I Mr were Senator Senatori r
S S > i 111 Isarns rn Joseph Llppman Llppmanr Jlppn1nIath
S r y s r li Iath ath Fred Toofbourow ToofbourowLynch LoofbouroIynh
Lynch arid nd O 8 Holmes ICImf > s with the thei Uwdjjall th thI I
i iiiilf < piving r Ing aid counsel ClulI f1 and ythe ytheA vtb vtb1J1 othI I
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5 I nick I ide tMey t ILOV hi turned turnedri
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1 s < n far more Ii ILL in u the James Jamesndkea JanllSU JanwII S 1
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c ith ishops hnps and anrling an 11 ishops COUH COUHix lIII1InJ OIL1L OIL1LS
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s witting wittingtwo fttlfl a delefiie delefiienlored d deIey If1 = 1 1r <
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1 S S iiid Idr < T it an hori hldi to I II 0 jitv jitvtttiipHary pI pIt e etLihary
t tttiipHary Itmorr d dUhTat dCuitItratioLS il > cr tiuis ulli of ofI
xucb sue s h a representative body of RepuhMeav RepuhMeavmen RePU RabDesumen
I men 111 and women I am pleased ecI to know taROirthat IIaowthat knowhar
that t tS the Rroutelican ullcan party 8tty18 8tty18ililj to asjain asjainiiiu1 q14 q141ilt
ts iiiu1 1ilt l ti 1 cii 1 v y und an that the f fwflJ iwill iL iLvtlJ
will s briiur IJrjl1 fl imbllcaii < iitorf idQr n nut t only unl unlI unlyflow
j now but for years ear8 to oome oomeSon eomeSore me meI
S Son Somp s t J Lemocrate > fi < ocrats have 9 sid icl to me that thatVerbaM thatIp thaterhsas
Ip 3It VerbaM 3 rbapl they tbe w nild nominate a ticket ket fu fub4 tnh4 n n4h
I 4h It ItT b4 campaign and that th they y rojsht win winittcaidrc whoI
itka T ittcaidrc I iail5 IiC party Ones ns cut SO VWiure t tmunicipal rure rureunlclpal ffi ffiwnietpal
municipal n nI cnmptlgns I weuld be besorvy besorvyir sorry sorryt
11 I t < ir any lli ey it I imWIcan thhfran say y that My MyuixiiiR MyJ
uixiiiR zi J I i1 hg I LIII iji it partisans 1 1 n ja 1 < 11 i in n your city cft eleC eleCttnii electin deehen
hen tin t n yor t1 muy IHI SP it t In n your Y 4fl l county MIntyI fC kclptLI fCilixji
ilixji 1 lptLI I then II in > votir Lit r stiii Uk t2L and national nationalvl natl natlThull nationalThus
vl < tions tionsThua L
Thus yo yii Qt strike l t vital blow at the theI therinciple
I prtnctpie p e of the party which has e ever eYerI evereen er erl
l heen b > een In the right and which has scattered scatteredw catter catterj
j I Us i < ts ben benefits w flts i alike 7n upon the v rich i k and tHj tHjpoor be beIIJor theQor
IIJor IIJorI poor t Qor
poorWho Who Republicans Bepresfat BepresfatThe eprasntThe
The Repu R llepuh1ri epu > Mm party 1 to the party Vrt Vrtpeace Of Ofpeace f fpeace
I peace vf t prnty and hope and It has hasma hem halms
ma m Ann Are rI4 a the Krandeai nation upon uponthv upotho UPOnbt
thv t bt i 1 or I t th > farth CarthTi farthrii rth rthI
Ti rii h r ro rfor > for o i say to you elect good aeodpub JUIpub JU Raub
Ipub I pub ub officers f fjrfl and n4 stand by the party par parlIae psrtrinee
I line l inee iii IT this ttH > lection lectionIt Iectlondue lectiunIt
It due < I i i r u to the policy poJl < of the HepubUcan HepubUcanparty BepubUaaRTJart
party pa rt tlmt 1 I i t Utah tall eUnd tndi nd1I today toc1a in Jnthe the Devf Devfcondit eftondhn Dettandit
condit e ondhn < in n ver r knows in her history 17 cow cowtldenc II e eidern
I et tldenc t iis been established great mine mineare JDIJM8I miSire
are L prohclnjr great t tonnage tonn railroads railroadsare
are bullling bull I na labor to 1 well faitf ai and con contented conIffttM conented ¬
I tented t Who is 1 there that vputd not JIOtproud toe toeproud 1 1proud
proud to belong to the party pert of Lincoln LincolnMcKlnley LmcoUaMcKlnlt LinOnlMeKinic
McKlnley and Roosevelt Rooseveltit
it rents rp l largely with this sonrenttoa to toi tOsay 0 0lay
lay whether or not we W will DOW DOWth1 W dSSIrII7
th1 t hu i progressive pr etlBIY aa4Hon ana prosperous prospereasUon < COUU COUUion
Hon t ion
You cauttodav by your acttee by laying layingaside 1a71DCuJde laytfltaside
aside all partisan p rUan prejudices by electing electingto eectIa eectIato CUCto
to office the best men tbe party ha Juut hn to tohandle tohandle 10handle
handle the millions of money that 8aItlak Salt Saltcity dsltLake
Lake < must spend Neb year ear brln brIng abeeI abeeIn sbopt
n i t conditiOn that will m make e it s1t I4ked Lake t tIty th thity
city t Ity we have dreamed of for fifteen tlftecIuthe year yearthe yelUS yelUShe
the t he most progressive IIV TUetve largest I the most mostbeautiful tI aestbeautiful
I beautiful city db between th tha Missouri rrv rrvand m mI rIvand
I and the t e Pacific coast coastThe coe coastThe t tI
The notel man and politician poIltJclaAcehed polttictacelved a acflved
I cflved a hand as 1 he finished finishedAppointment ftDlaMdAppointment flnlibsdAppo4utment
Appointment of Oommitteee OommitteeeSecretary CommitteesI QommttteesSecretary
I Secretary 8 Cretary Riter read the call and andthen andt nd ndthen
then t D H Wenger er moved mo that each eachor
or 0 the five precincts select atnembtr atnembtror amentereach
or each of these three threeCredentlalfl committees committeesCredentials comntItteICredentials
Credentials permanent organlsmttoa organlsmttoaand or
and order of business bU8In and platfonad platfonadand > tfot tfotand
and resolutions rell lutlons The motion was car carried carried CIXned ¬
ried and the committees as a selected iected ttt tttthe k t tthe
the precinct conventions Wednesday WednesdayevenhiK WednegeJ WednegeJenin Wednesdevening
evening enin were announced as follows followsCommittee ollow ollowCommittee
Committee on Credentials CredentlaleFirat First pre preclnct prednct
clnct Morris Stiefel Second precinct precinctM
M R Stewart Third precinct A AI 18 18Asper iAeper
Asper As r Fourth precinct 8 811 F Sanford SanfordFifth SanfOrdIfth
I Fifth Ifth precinct W V F Adams Adamscommittee AaamCommittee
committee on Ne Re J1iu1rat olutiea First pre precinct prec proInet ¬
cinct c < t Jacob Moritz Second precinct precinctWilliam prcincWilliam precinctV1lliam
William Nelson Ne on Third precinct JE L D DMfllor DMiller DMiller
Miller Fourth precinct t Glen Mlller MlllerFifth MtUerFifth i
Fifth precinct E V Silver SilverCommittee SliverCommittee SilverCommittee
Committee on Organisation Or OrganiaitlonFlrSt OrganiaitlonFlrStrtiuct tnFlrst tnFlrstprf First Firstprecinct
precinct prf rtiuct < lnct W F GrMIiths Second prs prscinct Pr Prcinct prcinet
cinct G R Cleaveland Third < pre prelnct pre prednet >
lnct J L L May Fourth yrMteet peieMi4tL t B BL L
L 1 L Clinton Fifth precinct ft So B West Westnneld West Westrtleld S est
nneld nneldAn rtleldAn
An adjournment was then taken un until uatil Ufttil ¬
til 2 oclock In the afternoon afternoonKNOX attlrnooaKNOX
At 215 oclock G S Holmes Hoa made an anineffectual anI extIneffectual
ineffectual I I trectual attempt to call theconven theconvention the conve conveaHon l ltton ¬
Hon to t order He might as jwatt w at 11 have havetHed liletried hssetried
tried to quiet tk tM waves avetl on Great Salt Saltlake Sattlake Saltlake
lake TIle scene before tore him wee one onegreatly onegreaty e egreatly
greatly resembling re the New ew York stock stoekexcbance sloekexchange stockexchange
exchange on a panicky p day MM K and andwomen aDdwomen andWomen
women were standing up u talking g and andshouting adhouttn andshouting
shouting houttn and gesticulating ge t1culattnc wildly wiktlyOnes WUdJ WUdJOne wildlyOnes
Ones One voice could not > ot be heard above abovethe abovethe boy boytbe
the din and commotion After pound pounding potIJullng poundIng
ing loud and long fotoraesv the chair chairman aAUrman chairnan ¬
man received a semblaaee of t quiet quietIs 1llU1etUJ quietIa
UJ Is the committee on credentials credentialsready cre credrttialready entlala entlalaready
ready to report reportr r he shouted shoutedThere ahottedTblre shotitedThere
There was no response responseI re po1UM
I guess they are not ready said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the chairman addressing Addre lnc the atnios atniosphere atn5osp1aere atniosphere
phere which was filled with smoke smokecalls smokecalls amokcalls
calls and cat cries criesZJoes crleuQoee criesEoes
ZJoes any one know anything about aboutthe abou abouthe aboutthe
the committee asked the chairman chairmanlooking chairmanlooking chairmanlobking
looking over the struggling and excited excitedassemblage ezclt ezcltaembace excitedsaemblsgte
assemblage saemblsgteAaal assemblageAgain
Again there wasno wa response responseIt re pODM pODMl r pohee
It 1 if I ertdent l nf Jiejfat Jf > not ready readysaidthe readYJdthe readyeaId
saidthe eaId Jdthe th chairman to4iis t bls secretaryr secretaryrGuess secretarytGuees ecretaryorGue
Guess we will have some music musica ca a rag rtune ragtune
tune tuneHad
Had Xuete Xu ay the Band BandThe JandThe BandThe
The latter remark was made to the theleader theleader theleader
leader of Helds band Before the band bandstruck bandstruck bandstruck
struck up SergeantatArms Ser < Hill was wasInstructed waainstructed weeInstructed
Instructed to send some one to Inquire Inquireafter inquireafter inquireafter
after the missing committee committeeThen committeeThen committeeThen
Then there was a wait of fifteen min minutes mlnut mm mmutes ¬
utes ut during which the band added to tothe totbe tothe
the din by playing a melody of airs airsWhen air8When airsWhen
When the same had been concluded concludedit
it was announced that the credentials credentialscommittee credentialscommittee credentialscommittee
I committee would be ready y to report at at131G
131G 315 oclock oclockWhat oclockI oclockWhat
What Is the pleasure of the conven convention conventI convention ¬
I tion tI < n 1 asked Chairman Holmes HolmesSeveral HolmesSeveral HolmesSeveral
Several men shouted shout Take a recess recessj
j I J U Bldredge EJdred e jr moved a recess un unI URtli UnIii
I Iii 330 oclock and it was carried with withl withshout
l a shout shoutj lJboutAt shoutAt
j At 340 oclock Dr M R Stewart said III IIIhe sailhe
he bad been handed the report report of the thecredentials there thecredentials
credentials re committee That announce announcei announcement announcement
i ment was wa the signal for a great shout shoutThen shoati shoutThen
i Then there was a delay while the com comr cornmlttee
i r mittee looked over the t large la number of ofproxies ofproxies ofproxies
proxies which had been turned in inAfter inAfter
I After some wrangling and coavfder coavfderable coa coaa4derable lder lderI
I I able confusion conu Dn it was decided to vote vo on onI onall
I all committee reports > by an aye and andnay andI andnay
I nay na vote voteThe voteThe voteThe
The announcement that there was wa a acontest acontest
I contest t in the Twentyfourth dlatrlta distrijt distrijtwas d1strItwas
I was a met me with Ith cheers cJJe rs applause and andJeers andJt andeera
1 Jeers Jt eera rJI The secretary then read that the thecredentials thecredeftUa theeredtjxtjals
credentials committee had decided to toseat to4eat toseat
seat the following men from the sever several 8lveral several ¬
al contesting delegations delegationsTwentyeighth delegationsTwentyeighthState
I Twentyeighth Tw TwentyeighthState elgbth8tate State Rngtaee A F PI PDortIDUli 1
Doremue F A Olsen J D Hageman HagetnanJ
I J H Garrett H R Hancock J D DI
j I Harrison J 1 R Morris and Tony TOllYI
j I Wheeler WheelerThirtyfirst WheeltorI WheelerTt1rtyflrstJoseph
Thirtyfirst Tt1rtyflrstJoseph trty MltJo Joseph Mellin George
I Roach H D Johnson H Bouck Jo Joph JoI Joseph
I seph < ph Ma Mathews thews William Kemp and D
i Cteghorn CleahornI CkghornThlrtynlnthp
i Thirtyninth P J 1 Anson n J C
i Sharp w D I Riter A AB B Irvine H B Ri
i Harknens Charles Staines James Sa
Mne Jr one vote each Thomas Weir
Harry Knight and W 8 Bttrneu B1 Mmettwothirds rntS
twothirds of a vote each eachPortyItrstTJohn eachlPortyftntJobn eachOrtyflrstJohn
PortyItrstTJohn Jmes Tow Mblhol Mblholland Malholland MbIbolland
land W M Wantland T W Wlbtley
J H Richards RirhaJo Joseph eph UppmanJ LJ > mJ E EI
Darmer Mrs V H Peace Bryant
I Young and Kd MilfordI Milford MilfordContfnulng Milfordcontrnning
Contfnulng the therepoik report poJt read readj readXatter readaftsr
j JSCarter aftsr of f Proxies Proxiesj roz1 roz1I
j r In n the matter of proxies we recom recomi recotrmend recommend
i mend that the person holding the proxy proxyshlI
f shall be a resident Ident of the district dl trlct for fori
i w w > I h the proxy is good goodIn goodthe
I In the he absence of any member > r of a adfI aksgrann
i drignirin dfI j1 jO without a proxy on file with withtb withihgatiofl
IIR tb l < ifh olcgaUon gallon we recommend that the theIII
11 III < li I xation > a t ion be authorised to cast the thefv Uteft theft
ft t vole t > of If the delegation delegationj deleRatlonthen
j I < vis then moved that the Forty FortjrIfc
Ifc r II inh riaegation 1 tption about which there therej
I him iw hn1 > n some dispute be seated ted as asI
I pctiiished plbli < htd in the call 11 After some flll flllb
I b bit < trinif rng the motion was adopted adoptedAS adoptedIILrnlel
t AS aivtnded I ndtll the report of the cre cred crei ereLII
i d > r LII jt L is committee ummltt went through with withteul Iab Iabt
a Mnup teul and a yell el1 Thn came the theIfti thettt thert
t Ifti ttt rt > it t of f the thecotnmitt committee e on permanent permanento permanentorgtnlnatiua
t organtsatwa o i and order of business bua1D e It Itrecommended ItIIeCOmmended Itrecommended
IIeCOmmended recommended as af follows followsPermanent tolloWtlP followsPermanent
Permanent P nt Chairman ChairmanParley Parley P PChrtotensen PI PChristensen
I Christensen ChristensenVice
j Vice Chairman CJuLfnnanColonel Colonel William Nel Nels
I s Ion n
Swretary reotaryW W D Riter RiterAmistant RiterAR RiterAssistant
Assistant AR istant Secretary StCreta SecretaryA nA A 1 L Thom ThomHS
I HS H jr jrSera4JrtaiArms j jI ftSereustatArmeW
I Sera4JrtaiArms 8er e IiAnneW W H Hl HlAssistant Hilt HiltI Hiltssiatant
Assistant 8ergeantsatArm B BS BSand 8 8The Sree
I ree and 9 L Joh80n Joh80nI 3hflaonIhe
I The order rdfrof of business was as Ulows UlowsOrder lIo lIoOnIer lloweOrder
Order of Business BusinessFirst Busba BusbaYir BusinessFirstReport
First Yir FirstReport tHepott Keport of the th committee on onredfinaln onndt11tfal otirPdtmmtals
redfinaln redfinalnSecond rPdtmmtalsecondRepOrt
ieconRepO Second Report of the committee committee on onpermanent OftIotrmanet onErmaneflt
I permanent organisation and andonter order of ofbusiness ofhU81neas ofiueIness
business businessThird hU81neasI iueInessThtr1Tteport
Third Thlr41RtpOrt Report of the committee on onplatform onI
I I platform and solutions solutionsco
> <
co if c
Fourth lIourUaNonatlon Nominations for mayer mayerFifta m mayorWUtk4oaIuttions or ornt
Fifta nt WUtk4oaIuttions Wonttnations Uon8 for OIty lty ty trees treasurer tr8Mu tr8MSlxthNea1natlon treesrer ¬
urer urerSteth u rer rerSixthNomInations
4 Steth SlxthNea1natlon Nominations for cUy ctyrscorder ctyrscorderSeventltNomintions ricorder ricorderSeventh rlCorderSeventbNomlnatloJUI
Seventh SeventbNomlnatloJUI Nominations for tora1tfY foi1 aiSf attor attorney attorney attotey ¬
ney n ey
neyEighth neyEighthNomination Eighth EighthNomination Nominations for city eI auditor audltorNlttth8electlon auditorNinth auditorNinthSelection
Ninth Nlttth8electlon Selection of a olt CJ11 irmkn iahn n nthe ZSf ZSfhe r rthe
the t he city committee committeeTenth committeeTenthSelection i iTenthSelection
Tenth TenthSelection Selection of two gMCafeers xers rs of ofthe orthe ofhe
the t he city committee from fWfr pre precinct prec1nct protnct ¬
cinct cinctEleventh c1nctEleftntbMi c
I IEleventhMIscellaneous
Eleventh EleftntbMi EleventhMIscellaneous Miscellaneous 1l 1 bii1pes bii1pesTwelfthThat tns tnsTwelfthThat nas nasTwelfth
Twelfth TwelfthThat That the th roll caltaiK e1t csflaby py pyhictll y ftts fttstricts 410ricts
t tricts and hd that the cbal chairnnflhi chairnuui ant1 ant1the nnjMBOP nnjMBOPthe 0e 0ehe
the t he vote In his hJ district districtUnited districtUnited c cUnited
United States District ASternW AMD ArnJo ArnJoseph fltJo fltJoph o oseph
seph ph Lippman ofre offered ed an amanei amBUiMIfJIt amBUiMIfJItthat it itthat
that 1M d votes Tot be declared nedilcaicy nec attet for forcboloe f fhoice
cboloe c It 1 twas w weS 8 carried carriedOhrlstensen carrJedChristen earrleChristensen
Christensen Christen II en in the theTemporary Ghaixv GhaixvTemporary Ohsir OhsirTemporrf
Temporary Chairman HolmAH Holm Holmtbat sal salthat id idhat
that t the next thln 9 was to iti Jlt edu h4POdueethe Cflttoe Cflttoethe e eUae
the permanent chairman A A yoft Y1rM Y1rMraJ was wasraised s saised
raised raJ r ed for Parley He was in the ther therend theiheok theiheoknd hfcefc hfcefcend
end e nd of the foeatre at the time and aia4he andha at athe
he Balked alkecl down one Sn of the side alalM aIIIIebe alalMhe aIiI aIiIe
he h e was greeted with a storm of Lp LpJMM4e 1 1pJMIM P PplaiOHe
ha p hp plaiOHe which was doubled when whenappeared Hf Hfappeared happeared >
appeared a upon the stage Of course courseMr courftMr courseMr
Mr Holm Holmes was w expected ed to say a few fewnice fewnice fewice
nice n ice things tbln abottt the f01 f owner county countyattorney COUh couhtyattorney ty tyttorneY
attorney which he did His remarks remarksUokted remarksUoIcJecI remarksUcklod
Uokted the oanrantton and It ap appta apSome
pta d 4 tome ome more Much to Attorney
Chriatensens Chrl te ens great gre t delight deUghthe he seemed seemeddelighted seemeddellcht4tcl seemeddelighted
delighted for he bowed smiled and andlooked andJooked andlooked
looked happy hppyTben i iThen t tThen
Then came the reading of the plat platform platform pintform ¬
form and raaBtetlone re It was given givenstrict gl glstrict ive ivestrict
strict attention and at the right place plaofteverybody 110everybody placeeverybody
everybody cheered applauded an annodded anq anqnOClded and andnodded
nodded their heads with approval approvalThe approvalThe approvalThe
The plank on railroad f franchises tranchi es ap appeared appeared appeered ¬
peared so good to some delegate that thathe thath thathe
he h asked that It be read a moonS seconfltime secon secontime moonStime
time and it was The request W84 wacgreeted we4greeted W84greeted
greeted with cries and jeers jeersIiooldng je jeersLooking tll I ILooking
Looking For Trouble TroubleDont T TubIeDont uble ubleuDont
Dont commanoev comm commnap to gat ready readyTthundered readythundered
thundered the barman when the cris crishad maShad crIehad I
had subsided b ldedand and he had regainea regaineaquiet retalneaquiet reaineaquiet
quiet by pounding < on the tab1 tame In front frontof frontof
of him We will have plenty plen k of oftrouble oftrou1Ke oftroubs I
trouble troubleAfter trou1KeAfter troubsAfter
After the railroad section had bean beanread beenread boonread
read the resolutions ware adopted adoptedwith adoptedwith
with a whoop wboo > that would have mado madoan i
an equal number of Stoux Indians feel feelashamed feelhamed feelashamed
ashamed of themselves themselvesWith them themselvesWith ehes ehesWith
With all the importance that he was wascapable waseanable I
capable ble of commanding the chairman chairmanfiqftft c chlrmanaa n nIt
fiqftft aa It was understood that ZSgvetea ZSgveteaiftr j 2NeetlI vet6rt I Inece
iftr I neceseary for election H Ba wawS wawSd nwt1 wdntd
tI d tMtU thatUttIe tht little patter ntter thowwghJyunaar thowwghJyunaarstood thOlU1rIyund1
stood before natters a Ulna want W WJosek ny YfQr YfQrJ frth frthJoseph
Joseph J LiBtnrsji saM that thitand 3 Votes Votesand wtea
and a kl a a fraction wore e all that were nec necessary neeessary ¬
essary 8817Crles essaryerles essaryCries
Cries of No na nar and nd Two hundred
and fiftysix greeted hie remarks remarksA
A long explanation by Mr Llppman Llppmanwas
was allowed bya statement from the theohair theohair thechair
ohair that it i pnderstood understood that a major majority majority majorIty ¬
ity of all votes cast was necessary for fornomination fornominati fornomination
nomination n No one seemed to object objectand objectitad
1 and power was given Chairman Chris Christansen Christensen Christonsen
tansen to appoint two tellers to assist assistI assistthe assistthe
I the secretary he saying that he had hadseen hadseen badseen
seen too much juggling of ballots ballotswhen ballotilwhen ballotswhen
when but one man handled them themI themQuestion
I I Question of Mathematics MathematicsDistrict MathematicsDistrIct MathematicsDlgtrlct
District Attorney Dennis C Elehnor Elehnorupon Elelinorupon Elebnorupon
upon receiving the recognition re re Ognitlon of the thechair thechair
chair made the startling startlln < announce announcement JtmtOuncement almouncement ¬
ment that he was W no not much of ofmathematicIan a amathematician a amathematician
mathematician and wanted to know knowwhether knowwhether knowwhether
whether M 1M or 255 or 9U tII votes votesnominated votesnominated votesnominated
nominated nominatedCounty nominatedCounty nominatedCounty
County Commissioner James H An Anderson Andrson Andemon ¬
demon came m to the rescue r cueof of the themayors themayors themayors
mayors secretary with the definite in information lBformation Iiiformation ¬
formation figured out at the expense axpaneeof expee expeeor04NWiderable
of or04NWiderable considerable time and an equal equalamount luatamount equalamount <
amount of paper that half ofStl Of i11 1 was Wasand
36614 24 and that a majority was wuiII US i ivotes 2S 2Svotes S
votes votesIt 0 tea s sIt
It was W as then decided decl ed that M6 56 23 13Totes 13Toteswere 3 votes voteswere voteswere
were necessary to nominate nominateThe nCllllbaateTIM nominateThe
The next order of business is the thenomination thenomlnaUon thenomination
nomination of mayor said the chair chairman chaJrs chairmen ¬
man manSL mens
SL s M Allison A1U on wait the be first man on onhis onhl Onhis
his feet He is a Sutherland SU JJI maa loan > an and andopened andoP8C1e4 andopepedhIs
opened opepedhIs his speech wMh th the wtud I
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Mr MrCha Chairman Cha1rm D rman I nominate DG te Mr W F FJames FJames
James for mayor rHe maiorHe j t
He got no further Bedlam broke blOkeIQM brokeItoi I Iloose
loose from all sections of the houstt housttand hluand
and held high carnival in the middle middleof middlof
of the vacant space for or a few seconds secondsHe secondsHe secondsHe
He Talked For James JamesThe aa aaTh
The Th speaker then consumed several severalmiautes seeralmlautes
minutes of valuable time in recounting recountingthe
the early history td tory of the life of Mr MrJames MrJame MrJamee
James which had no especial I bearing rearingupon bearingupon
upon Salt Lake City Utah or the far farwest fareM farwest
west But ftdid It dId have some reference referenceto
to the character of the man ma n He told toldhow toldhow toldhow
how Mr James at his own personal personalsacrifice personalsacrifice rsont1 rsont1sacrifice
sacrifice fought for the mining Inter Interests intere ¬
eats e ts of the state in Washington what whata
a good councilman he made In times timespastand timeapast timespant
pastand past and added that not a breath of ofsuspicion otsuaplcton ofsuspicion
suspicion had h 4 ever been cast against againsthis againsthis againsthis
his character or record recordAfter 1eCrdAfter
After talking for a few minutes Mr MrAllison MrAJUMon
Allison Bald Mr James was too well wellknown eU eUknown
known for 01 him to say much at that thattime thttime thattime
time and he sat down amid a stornr stornrof atornrof atorxrof
of applause applauseMr applueuMr applauseMr
uMr Mr James has been nominated DC for formayor formayor formayor
mayor said te chair Arc < there thereany therean
any an further n ROSIUtISJhI ROSIUtISJhIA nBlaatton ur urA r rA
A deathlike stillness Ml over the theconvention theconvention theconvention
convention which lasted several eral see seconds seeonds seeonds ¬
onds ondsIf
If there are none none w we will proceed proceedto
to ballot bauot said the cfeair ehalrHolmes cfeairHolmes
Holmes HolmesMr Mamiinta N Xaox oxr j jMr I
Mr r Chairman Cballte stomted l Gus GusHolmes GuaHOlmes GusHolmes
Holmes jumping jum to Will b feet ac though thoughhe
he had hatibeen been shot out of tt ttColonel it ItColonel
Colonel Holmaa said mI the chair chairThank chairThank I IThank
Thank you replied the colonel colonelamid colonelamid colonelamid
amid laughter laughterHe laughterHe
He made a flowery agixli ktor for Frank FrankKnox PrankKnox FrankKnox
Knox In which he said thai aat It was ime timeto imeto imeto
to elect a man to the mayoralty ltY chair chairwho chatw chairwho
who w O can protect proteettM the city and be equal equalto
to the occasion which are certain to toarise toarlse toarise
arise owing to the gmnttng of the two tworailroad tworailr04 tworailroad
railroad franchlsea and g the rapid rapidgrowth rapidgroth rapidgrowth
growth of Salt Lake L3 City He said saidthe satctthe saidthe
the city needs s a lUMrtassg man a prac ¬
tical one oneIf oneuIf oneIf
uIf If he Is elected mayor of the city
he will 111 be the mayor of the city cityshouted citFshouted cityshouted
shouted the exchairman amid ap applause applause ¬
plause plau e and cheers cheersWhen cheersWhlD cheersWhen
When the speaker mentioned mea oned the thename thename theflame
name of Knox Knoxot of coarse everybody
knew he was going to do it sooner or orlater orlater orlater
later when wA n he hecot got up u upthere there ere was as an another anOther ¬ I Iother
other wild lid scene 8 and the air was ailed ailedwith filledwith i
with wlt Knox ballots ballotsWith ballotsWith
With a majestic tie attitude Elmer B l I
Jones rose from tro a box and said saidI I
II I am amalmo almost t persuaded that this thisdemonstration 1
demonstration is for the man I am 1
about to nominate nominateIt
It was meant for a joke no one onecaught onecaught
caught onand on ndatlar after waiting < in vain a
few seeondB for laughter and applause applausewhich applausewhich
which did not materialise Mr Jones Jonescontinued Jonecontinued Jonescontinued
continued with his nominating speech speechof BJ ap 18ChOf ech
of George GeorgeT T Odell OdellSaid J
Said Odell Was Heeded HeededThe hdedThe i iThe
The city needs a big broad end andcapable endcapable
capable man he said For twenty twentyyears twentyyears
years George T Odell has been trying I I
to build u 1111pt1s up hls city
The speiktt JHMl3c8r said that Mr Odell Odellwithout Odellwithout
without question was the man of the
hour hourWhat
What hour yelled some one from fromthe tromthe
the gallery galleryAttorney galleryAttOtDe7
Attorney Jones did not t have time to
look at Me watch WatehM so he made no reply
hut b ut continued wttli his nominating nominatingspeecH nominatingspeeo11
speecH speecHYou s j
ss You ask who are Ms friends r rshouted 1 1sItoutlid
shouted s the attorney almost t falling fallingout talllqout tsJlin
out of th u box m i Ms energy and ex excitement exelt ¬
citement elt t I I say they are numbered numberedy numberedytbe
h y ytbe the census takers takersThat tokessThtwas H
That Thtwaa was a signal slg slgim2ier for cries of Knox Knoxand KnoxAd Knoxand I
and OdaU OdaUAttoraey 04e1lAtaeY
Attoraey Jones concluded with the theassumaes
assumaes that If Mr Odell ll were nom ¬
t ate < ha 11 would harmonize all fac ¬
tions t1end t and leave no heartburns behind behindm behindJU
m f n the theatre to be swept out by the thejanitors thejanitors
janitors J He B said his candidate was wasnot w wDOt
not bound by ereed of church churchHe churchuHe
uHe He knows no right but the right of ofjustice ofJustice ofiUstIce
justice and fairness said d the speaker speakerwith speakerWJth
with emphasis em 1 I appeal app l to the friends friendsof trlea trleaot
of George Georietr T L Odell to stand Ann and we wewminjUe weWJM
WJM wminjUe Qiak aiIL him himJL
ir U JL we wenOlbh1te w nominate him we win leave leavethis lavethha11
this thha11 hall to viefcory viefcoryBut TleItOrYBut
But you wont nominate him yelled yelleda I Ia
a dosen men R to tnchorus tnchorusWhen chorus chorusWhen chorusw
When w the seconding speeches had hadbeen hadbeen
been concluded Chairman Christensen ChristensenMid CbrillteJUIeDlaid
laid the eallot would 14 be taken and andthen andthen
then began a wild scene which lasted lastedfor lastedfor
for an hour or more while the four bal ballots balJots batlots ¬
lots were being taken and announced announcedwhich announcedwhlc1t
which resulted in the nomination of ofFrank
Frank Knox KnoxTICKET i iTICKET
At the opening o of the evening s ass s sslon
slon at 8 oclock Chairman Christensen Christensenannounced en
announced the official of count of the thefourth thefourth I
fourth and hut t ballot oi mayot Elmer ElmerB
B Jones an Odeil manager ma moved to tomake tomake
make the nomination of Knox unani unanimous ¬
mous This was w carried carriedQ I
Q S Holmes II lme8 ted the nominee out OUtOA on onthe j I
the sta stage e In front of the audience and andintroduced awlIntreducad
introduced III him When the cheers had haddied M44Seda baddied I
died 4Seda away aalftclently 8V DQy for him to be behear beheard
hear heard A Mr Knogc said saidta 8aidIn saidIn
In ccelkth ta ra great t honor an4 the thebjtttfea theIDI themn3
IDI pbiIbWUes bjtttfea you have conferred conferredand conterredu08 conferredupon
upon mae and ill acknowledging ac Owledcin my mya de dee deesdst1on < p
a sdst1on Jon and aD4atitude gratitude to those e who whoHave wlwhave whohave
Have so loyally supported Rp me I only onlywant onlywaat onlywant
want to say at this time tbDe that should 1 l IeJected 1w 1weIcte4 e eelected
elected mayor pf the city of Salt Lake LakeI
I shall devote myself to servingall serving all the thers tbeclttaena thecitizens
citizens and t4qyeJB rs alike Uke in tne tfte work workof wotkof workof
of developing and upbuilding our munici municipality municipalft municlpolity ¬
polity palityI
I believe in Salt X Iake < ake City We have havenative haveDaUv havenative
native DaUv and virght 1r t n resources sufficient to tomake 10ke tomake
make ke a substantial metropolis But we wen weneed weneed
n need ed and must have the assistance of not notonly notonly notonly
only our citiaens but especially our city citygovernment citygovernment Ity Ity8Ovenuaftt
government governmentfVataeme 8Ovenuafttwetme
fVataeme Ea Bhn H to Capital CapitalIn
In this work wOrk then should be no party partyno partypartlaanJlb1 partypartisanship
partisanship i > no OTrtslon of any char character charct characts ¬
acts ct xnuo JEIUloiM of money scores of de desirable desirable desirable ¬
sirable enterprises rillee and thousands of pe peple pepie pepie > >
pie are knocking at our threshold We Weshould Weshould Weshould
should extend to them a welcomlnghan welcomJnglhanlAs a aAs
As mayor of Salt Lake City it will be my mymaxim 1D1maxim myasitim
maxim at all times Stand up for Salt SaltlXe SaltLaJte SaltLaSe
lXe advocate our advantages advantagesWe
We Ve need and must have an ample sup supply aA aAply Iuply ¬
ply of water street improvements and itll itllartificial HllartfRctal iiltartificial
artificial attractions necessary to make makethis makethis e etbla
this the greatest as it is now one of U we wegreatest thegreatest e egreatest
greatest tourist citiesin cSU eltise in our country We Wemust t e emUltt emust
must also 180 provide for sanitation and the thehealth lbehealt thehealth
health of our people peopleWe peopleWe ppteWe
We have adopted a platform which whichideas wblchenunciatea whichenunciates
enunciates m1 political belief and my myJdeu myMeas
ideas of city government Cordially in indorsing tndoming n ¬
dorsing that document It is not necessary necessaryfor necearyfot
for me at into moment to take your tinn tinnin tbnbin tlmin
in an elaboration of my Individual ideas ideasand IdeasaDd ideasand
and principles I am not a man of words wordsI
I trust that I may prove to be one of ofaction ofaction ofaction
action and acts which will contribute to toour toour toour
our general advancement and welfare welfareServe w welfareServe lfare
Serve All the People PeopleWhUe PeopisWhIle I IWWIe I
WhIle it will be my aim to serve all the thepeople thepegple thepeople
people and their Interests first I would wouldnot wouldnot 1 1not
not conceal from you the fact that I am ama 3111a ama
a Republican and an4adwoeate advocate firmly the theclples thePtinctple theprinciples
principles clples and policies of that tau t partq and
I hope that I m mo have the support of all allwho 4who allwho
who represent repre ent this party and an I hope to toreceive toIve torecOlve
receive Ive and retain the confidence and andsupport andIlUpport andsupport
support of all who bo believe in the future futureof fUlureof futureof
of our city I believe to equal rights rightsand Tightsd I
and d aroteetlon for all allTaxation aUTaxation allTaxation
Taxation should fall upon all alike i 1We iWe IWe
We must be extreme In nothing No Nopartisan NOpartisan Nopartisan
partisan or religious prejudice should shouldever shouldewr shouLdever
ever be shown in the administration if ifany t t tany fany
any affair of government We must at atall j jall j
all time be lust t and a unbiased to alt aiLIf allIf I
If elected I shall endeavor to so con conduct cooduct conduct ¬
duct the affairs of the office as to re re refleet I Ifleet ifleet
fleet credit upon u On the action of this thl con conventton cooenUoo conention
ventton and my administration I thank thankyou thankyou thankyou
you youNominations Nominations for treasurer were then thendeclared thend thendeclared
declared d clred in order Eo F D K Thompson TlaomPllOnpresented Thompsonpresented
presented the name of W Penn Lynn LoomJudge LynnJudge LynnJudge
Judge George Gear F Qeodwtn named Jo Joseph Jo Joph Jomph ¬
mph F MacRtfflit ichlght Seconds came camethick tamethick am amthick
thick and fast fro f i an over the hoise hoiseIt e eIt
It became evident that Knox Odell and andJames an anJame andJames
James men were overwhelmingly for forMacKnight forMacKnlgbt forMacKnight
MacKnight At the request of LynnThomplJOn LynnThompson Lynn LynnThompson
Thompson withdrew wit 4rew his nomination nominationand
and MacKnight was nominated by ac acclamation acclamation acclamatiohi ¬
clamation He came to the platform platformand pJattormand platformand
and made a short speech of acceptance acceptanceIn
In which he promised that Republi Republicans RepubJiC2M RepubileerIe ¬
cans should have the patronage patNna of the theoffice thaomce thioMce
omce It he were elected electedSimondi eJectedSimondi electedSimondi
Simondi For Recorder RecorderDeputy BecorderDtputy BocorderDeputy
Deputy CIty Recorder R cor > r A L I Simondi 8imondic
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I HE REPUBLICANS REPeBIIC S of Salt Lake Cityllejoicins Cit Cityejoicing ejolclng in the th proees po e pros prosperity pr05petity ¬ S
4 T 1 perity and preeminence of the Ualt UnltjJd ftatea State and its i c i > under underRepublican undrRepubltcan 4 4Rapubtican
Republican policies poUei believe that thosH thoef pottcite JOIIci good ana a ii j > I I lent nt as 0
they hat ha hare be beSa n for the country at largeire artrete large lbre quite as good t fut > i mis ilbl city cityand ily +
and its inhabitants abitants And aa the regenerauott resener of the industries and bust business ItuSn bustness +
4 ness n of Ae country was brought about by r Republicanism so t surest surestmeans SUre surestmeans t tm
means m anl of if securing se < utin prosperity and growth grow at home is by the th an a aitltcatiop PI llcattonof llcatton +
of Republican principles in f our local afBWrs afBWrsThe a Irs IrsTne 4 4The
The Republicans of this city emphatically amp mp U tlally ally er1dIWe tfll < iri me the cM se and andcommend aDdcommend andcommend +
commend the acts cts of Mayor Sara rg Thonraaon Tho n He ha done his fell f n part
in striving stri for the upbuilding of the qlty ty the ererjjtie development denln nt of 4
Its natural naturS resource and the addition of the ne net4relnform OCst relnforment relnfor meat nt of 4 4Its
its water supply They recognize in him a stalwart stahY in < It Republic a pro propfOcteMHi 4 4S 4cit5leTh
pfOcteMHi S cittsen > a competent official 0 and a man faithful t all his hisobligation hIsUDdo hi hiilgatloes
obligation UDdo UDdoThe ilgatloes ilgatloesThe
The progressive Republicans of vh ht hts city see a glorious future fut ire op oJwn oJwnlng < n 4 4ing
Ing out before Salt Lake LRk a growth HP i progress which demar i tne tn f ftering fs fstering > s
tering car care and friendly aid of the th unly progressive > I arty then Is They Thpysee Theysee
4 4 see the things that should be e done and ire re prepare prelu > to do th tlrD rn They Theyknow
4 know that an increase of the citys water supply Supp y is impern impertive live if we Wiwould wewould >
would have the growth for which we W hope and whuti is plainly in view vie l w wthat
that more streets must be paved more s neral e 1 improvements made and andwel00m anSIa
ft welcomtafr a hand an extended to investors and prospo pTOsIestiye < tive settler among i ius +
f us They eonsrrntulne the people on the prospect of idded riip railroad ra itt > ad tacit +
ittes the th new railroads rallrla being built a alll < l the tit added trackage an a aet < splendid splendidnew 4 4new
new depot which the companies under uridetthelr their recent franchises traoChS e8 have haveacreed haveagreed +
agreed to build bul1dSalt 4 4Salt
4 + Salt Lake City founded by the foresight and aergy o its il ts < first aet <
tiers adorned and nd embellished en entel4 belH ed by the lat tatei r comer who onned the th thmines themines
4 4 mines and have turned rich anc an boundless bounUJtrean streams of silver gold and andother
4 + other metals from Utahs 1tah tahs mines into the marts ot t commerce comm nt making +
+ princely returns year by swear r is already the metropolis of the basin bulnand basinand
+ and wet e t mountain country and is destined de ed to be one of the greatest greatestand < reate8tami +
and most famous cities cit of the earth In Republican hands This I L Is glory +
will be speeded and in the hands of progressive Republicans tii t 11 Oasis of
development will be laid so firm and sure that there will m be no n turning +
back backWe 4
We pledge the Republican administration a < to honestly unl en i faith +
4 + fully enforce all the laws and ordinance of Salt Lake City without +
+ fear or favor tavorWe feverWe v
4 + We pledge the Republican Rf > pubUCD city administration to secure ar i i uncon +
+ laminated water supply commensurate commersuratewith with the future growth owth and de 4
velopment of Salt Lake City at the earliest practicable time +
The welfare and advancement of Salt Lake City Is the paramount 1s is +
+ sue in this campaign campal The voice vce the th traditions the th example and the un 4
+ failing acts of the Republican party are all for the progress that is +
+ needed all for the Ptremtou treDUO effort that SB to put this city firmly on the +
4 broad highway of progress that will bring brta it to the pinnacle of its high
+ est hopes and destiny and crystallize e these into the cold fads of actual actu e +
+ achieverrent a hlevetrentAklng
Asking the public bUe to Join with us In I this grand march forward which wblc
it is now open for this city to make the Republicans of Salt Ltke L e pledge 4
to the public service their faithful energies ther untiring untirln zed zP and the +
+ certainty that under their enlightened control all good results are areand sure +
+ and the forward movement will become a triumphant march The watch + 9
word ord is rro rrnsperity = tperlty rtty and progress pro ress and on this motto the Republican party +
firmly takes its It stand 8 stan nd
4 4i +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + i + + + + + + + + + +
the nomination for city re reorder re yerder ¬
o on the second ballot On the theint therst therst
int rst ballot he was opposed op by P M MAatthews Matthews
and A P Kessler On the theecond thecond
ballot his only opponent was Mr MrAattltews Mratthews 1
whom he defeated by a vote voteif
if 307 16 to 203 5 5The 56 56The 6 6The
The vote on the first ballot wait Si Sinondi Siondi
179 Matthews 181 13 Xess Xesser
er r 150 16 16While 16While 16While
While the delegates were preparing pre prerineir 81inlf
their eir ballots for the second vote Kess Kessr
r withdrew in favor of SimondL He Heated
ated before the convention that Mat Matews ¬
ews had played dirty politics against ajalnetim
im in the Twentyeighth and IWsetf Tlditirst
rst precincts and he did not prOpose prOposestand
stand for it He had served l notice noticepon
pon Matthews that he would get even evenith
ith him and he took that means meansThe m mThe meansThe
The withdrawal of Kessler insured insurede
e nomination of Simondi and after aftere r
e vote had been announced his nom nomnation nomatlon ¬
atlon was made unanimous unan After 4t t r re
e convention conv nUon was over Kessler said
at he proposed to prosecute the il iigal ¬
gal voters in the two precinct men aien aienoned en ¬
oned above aboveWalkOver aboveWalkOver
k kWalkOver
WalkOver For Hye HyeCity 1yeCity Ily IlyCity
City Attorney George GeOr e L Ny NYe had a
for renomihation renom1 atlon agates At ¬
orney William R Hutchimson Hutchln oa Jar city
The former was plabed in inmination
by Fred Lawson who wspokw wspokwrom spoke
rom the stage The tatters latte name B n was waslaced
before be tore the convention hjr y Glen Gleniller
iller who spoke from the floor of the theheatre
Onl Only one vote was necessary uecearyjo to decide
he contest City Attorney Nye Ny receiv ¬
ug 299 2S a and Attorney Hwtebinaon HbJ
11 1S After the vote bad hedg h ea an anoi ¬
oi iced M A A Daugherty mswed that thathe
he nomination be made unanimous
nd it was carried with a whoop and a aell
Then came the nominattoio of a can canidte ¬
for city auditor to smcceed Al Alert ¬
ert S Reiser As lack would have it ite
e vote on this office wa wnsct1y exactly th the theame
as that for city cl attsfay a aA
A B Irvine asked for tjRp p nomina nominaion ¬
of Harrison E EJe JenkiSt Jenkh on the therounds
largely that he qnqi from the theest
est side of Main street ajMtup 11 to that thatime
that particular secOotfc of the city cityad
ad been entirely ignore Ign And the theecond
econd precinct had recerred rec the same sameretment
he added addedLester addedLe8ter addedLester
Lester D Freed espouse ponthe e the cause causef
f Joseph J 7 Myers in a ve ror feaeat eat t little littlepeech
When it came to tDcUq seconding th t the theominations
Mrs W Iif E Jones of the thelith
lith precinct the flat woman an delegate
o ask recognition from tbS chair made madelittle
little speech in favor avor of Mr Myers MyersHer MyersHer MyersHer
Her speech recalled the time John
James was wa nominated for city clerk
H the S1 first time w when n he ran again against Intt
Mr Whitaker The contest was very
eloaeHrhUaker do8e tlWhitaker having ha Ing a shade the b t
ter of it to the
up time the vote w wts is l
taken Mrs d Jones
came to James
res rescue reseue resen ¬
cue en with a patriotic speech which won
for him the nomination nominationSeconding DOminationSeconding nominationSeconding
Seconding the nomination of Myers
Mrs Jones did the same thing for him
In a most pleasing pleasln and earnest manner mannershe f
she recalled how Inspector Myers wentv wen
to the Philippines in defense of the mann3 flag n naDd ftand 1r 1rsbe
and the speaker pointed to the flag SUB SUBpended 111J8ooeadecl sunpended
pended over the stage and hoped that
the members of the convention wouM wouMat ouH ouHat oulIat
at that time pay her the same cofspli cofspliment cofpiimeirt pH pHmeat
meat the other convention had hadn hadnkm hadnkmmate nem neminate m mIte
mate the man whom she rose to secobd secobdAnd IIeC seccd seccdAnd d dADd
And it paid her thta compliment compUmenttJvlnc complimentgiving nfr nfrfiving
giving Myers 299 23 votes to Jenkin
211 13 13The 13The 13The
The final art of the convention was
the selection of the following as mem ¬
bers of o the city committee committeeFirst f f
i First Precinct PrecinctGeorge George orge Wilson an
Angus McKellar jr jrSecond jrSecond
Second Precinct PreclnctEaI Earf Ripley end
Henry F Heath HeathThird HeathThird
Third Precinct PrecinctT T L I Irvine and IT
i S Anderson AndersonFourth
i Fourth Precinct PrecinctA A B Irvine ar arRalph ani anfRalph
Ralph D I Guthrie OuthrfeFifth Guthrieltftb GutbrieFifth
Fifth Precinct PreclDetJeoqoe George A Sheets an an1 a n i
The fight in the committee on creden credentials eredentials recIfmtiaJa ¬
tials which met in the office ol 01Attorney < IAttorney fr frAttorney >
Attorney George L L I Nye < ye in the Scott S ottStrevell SeottStrevel 4
Strevell building ba ding was not so 0 lively Ively Ivelywaa as aswas tswee
was expected ex ted The Knox men aided aidedby ai ailcdby ipd ipdby <
by Morris Stiefel an Odell adherent adherentcontrolled adherentcontrolled t tcontroUed
controlled the committee and with t texception t texception I Iexception
exception of one district seated thKnox thKnox th UiKnox
Knox delegates This exception wa wathe Wathe wathe <
the Thirtyninth ThirtynlnthSenator Senator Kearr Kearrhome KEaIhome Kearnhome
home district The senator who whorived zi zirived t trived
rived at the primary just too late latevote t tvote tvote
vote presented pre his claims stating Btatin < thi thiit th thttit t tIt
it had been understood the polls wouil wouilhe wou WOULbe l lbe
be kept open longer The James m mjl mjlal rna1so i ialso
also o claimed they had additional vot votwhich ot otwhich a awhich
which would have kept the result the thasame th theannie Ii Iisame
same sameAn sameAn annieAn
An agreement a eement was reached outsi outsjdthe Outsithe < i ithe
the committee however on the lines linesthe linethe linesthe
the decision at the Fourth precir precirconvention preclrventlon precit4nvention
convention ventlon Wednesday Wedne day evening Ti TiFortyfirst 1 1Fortyftrst I I IFortyfirst
Fortyfirst district dist11ctJoeeph Joseph Lippmai Lippmaihad Lippmarbc1 Lippmdihad
had a contest At the precinct pre < inct COt COtntlon < > i iventton iv
ventton v ntlon Lippman and some of the th otii otiiContinued othContinued ot t tContinued
Continued on Page 7
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Crowds Crowdswill will create Bh Big Selling Y Yod Yodbetter 6ld 6ldbetter jud judbetter
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pink wijh wi blue borders borde or 01blue light lightblue lightblue
blue wit wid borders it Yalue ttTETTor ttTETTortwo 1Th lor lortwo for fortwo
two bourn Saturday night from T Tto tto fto9oioc
to to9oioc to9oiocLimit 9 oclock oclockUmlt ocIocIILimit
Limit 2 pairs Irs to a customer at ata at ata 8 8SPECIAl
a pair PMr
From 7 I to 9 9LADIES 9IN 9IN
FOR S1 175 75
A good toilet soap put up 3 bars barsto barto barsto
to the box Sale price per box of ofS
3 bars for forSHIRT for
for7c C CSHIRT
71 71S
UNLAUJIfDERED trNLAU DEJUID SHIRTS made madeof majeof maIeof
of best Wamsutta muslin rein reinforced rllforced rlrforced ¬
forced front and back linn linnbosoms 111Inbosoms ilnnbosoms
bosoms collar and cuff bands Our OurGOc OurOc OurSUe
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