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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, May 15, 1904, Last Edition, Section Three, Image 17

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Ib Bqenas Ayfes Ayt + ee April Lp rir11 U 25 iT
SB carnival In Buenos Buea Ayres tea is a aI Iitacle aI
T I I spectacle tacle not equalled jaIQ in any other otherRoman otherRomaD otherRoman
Roman Catholic ictty ity a the worldToe world worldThe worldTbe
The festival Uval Iw preceding dist Lent is t seen here hereat hereat hereat
at ° its i beat because beca > ue it embraces em embs acee all the theold theold theoM
old features 1IIM of this ancient nel elb relbauyf7 celebration celebrationany elbany y a on
any auyf7 Banjr new one ones It affords ds more moreKilt moregU moregilt
Kilt gU t and glitter Utter than all the circuses circuseson
on earth combined com comae This year the thecourse thecoU thecolds
course colds le was through twenty ten antes tetilee of 11Iuttahittted 11 11luisJnated 11JU1
luisJnated JU1 streets and there were were 12000 12000g 1 1nbdecorated 12000geUy
nbdecorated geUy g u > decorated carriages i ta s lin line These Thesevehicles 1be8et Tbexeveb1des
vehicles t moved la a doable eohngn column UllJnthe UllJntheIiI the thelines
lines IiI lea e coiner Pin in opposite oppc > ite direction and andt andtbe andthe
the t > e pspe people 4 in them attired la uuorts uuortsof aU sorts sortsof soilsof
of fantastic f taauc disguises d pelted each other etherwith otherwith otherltli
with ltli oolifetU confetti U until 1n1Dall7 in many places the theh tileb thehrp
h hrp < fas were we w wading to their knees in Ini init
it 1 t t This procession tf straightened out outin outin oatin
in en epe line would have been forty fortymiles fott7mU foftynibs
miles long
Dod Dodging between the carriages ri rirolltaa androulafj and androlUa
rolltaa rolUa in the confettiUttered streetswee streets streetswoi
woi WfletuU7 wee folly 259S 25 small boy disguised disguisedass 41 41ati °
ass down while around them romping
on 01 the sidewalks and balconies or ort
t i firm in the mock carriages m of state statev atatetJre
v a tJre re enough sprites to people an elfin elfinf ei In Ine
f Plre or populate a fairy kingdom
TIle r tie laughing tia and singing and Bhoutlng
w vts UI enough to make one believe the theTH
TH had forgotten all ita trouble and andtied
jc joined tied eCI In a unlver iniversptt universal Cl1 holiday And it itw Itl itwsxr6d
wsxr6d w l Maad that battft08t most all the countries 1ell of
tti tLe world were represented rePreMntect in the tbec Bay Baycarousal
c cal carousal carousalSuppose rou al
Suppose yountand 7 tU1d on QDtlle the corner wttfe wttfem
m 1 < beneath the glare of arc lightsacid lights lightsand 1Itsarid
and the crimson Olt low of 01ala ofan transparencies transparenciesana re reH
ana an Q watch wtcbt1B this fk k monster parade do by byre
H ire re to a chariot filled with iIn dark k
haired Cannons who turn tumth their saucy
heaaariMa h Ida 4 tl is way and that a as they tbeyp peek peekthrough ekt peekthrogbb
through t the tiny boles in their tbelrHI masks masksof
HI Is a lucky fellow who captures one oneof oneof
of the red rose ro which they flint into intothe Intothe intothe
the throng tbro Along comma com a cumber cumbersome cWDlllersome cumbersome ¬
some Dutch windmill waving wavin Its l 1Jo long longarms armala kegttrrtu
arms rmala in the air r and a giant t horn of ofPlenty 0Jll ofplenty
Plenty Jll nty holding hoW a adORn dosen laughing little littlemaids Uttlemaids littlemaids
maids in ita capacious mouth mouthJPesfda mothof monthPwpls
JPesfda of All Laada TThat LaadaThat rIaTat
That gay crowd in the automobile au aucu is iscomposed Iicomposed
composed cu of French shop girls who whoalthough whoaltJilouP whoalthptigh
although far from home are not notstrangers JIOtsraqen notstrangers
strangers to the carnival spirit In Inother Inother Inaher
other years rea during durin midLent In Int Paris Paristhey
they t have Ie taken part in the student studentcavalcade tIttu studentatalcpde
cavalcade < u e on the boulevard San Ml Mlcliel JOIlea MIt
t Ilea hel when the queen of the laundry laundryg laundrygrlsl
grlsl g gl rut r paraded in her gorgeous gown gownt1 110
t1 tlllt t 1 at cot 1000 1 francs In the wake ake of oftie ort oftlo
tie t I It gay y Parisians comes a mounted mountedb mo nnouptedbnd Md MdIJ
b bnd fid of darkskinned dark ldnned Turks each one oneMting oneIi oneiting
Mting Ii I his horse with Arabic ease and andaring andatbe andringthe
aring ringthe atbe the inevitable > lt white ltUe ape wipet ape apei
i I i fee Their ° leader l leaderhbidtt rI JI1 ntoid up J therc the ther
r n < I banner of the MnnlimK and audit auditSI it itetranjge
1 SI strange etr geto to see the uie silver I I11v r crescent crescentt
11 i t stBDocbold at ofi Romanhnn Romanhnnriven k kea
i riven ven ea more out of place is the yellow yellowof
d 1 i of China C and the rising nt sun sunUK 1o suno
o UK hutbo4h but bolt emblems are soon soonSOce soonit1
11 it1 SOce Qcetr ace The ruddyfaced Britisher Britisherioeks B Britisheri riti her herIf
If i t ioeks io ka out ute of place and no gath gathtm pthI geth1E
> tm I 1E 1IOM a woui = h b < ccmnlet Nett wte wtei
1raj i lay 1 he ii 4000 strong str stsen atn at atl t JI
l 1 u t air n nguftoh ilIni country coua 7 dub Deer aeari near nearwild
i jnnj A elr as wjriifr Jk wild omnsfte COla ewmpugevary ewmpugevaryii yry yryDuHng
1 ii tbe club near nqri London LondonI
i 1 I h R ia nallled or orJ dill fedser
j J i IJ Si DUi DuHng + ing the carnival hundreds hundredstMterifced hun4tedsh hundredstgmikedBridshere
tMterifced h tgmikedBridshere d Britishers riIiit come in from the thepas thenpa the1pas
npa pas to ptey cricket and flirt with withgirl witht withgills
girl t They are a healthy healthybearty healthybeartybdt hearty
1 buTt civea to much swaggering w wl
1 fly naty p they the should be forgiven on ac acmt ciJnt ac acmt
< mt mt of their accomplishments Ar ArK Arg
K thief j would not amount to much If tfii Ifi
i ii I I nrere not for the English lib They are area
a most as supreme me here aa > In tilea the theT
T I anavaat apsvaalrhs anavaatThus a t trha
Thus for hours the steady flow ow of ofrevelerschokes ofn ofrt
revelerschokes n veers chokes the channel to which whichit
it is confined but before it pta too late latewe latew
we w a have other things tld to see All the thesights theii theighta
sights ii bta are not on the street Inthe Inthecourt Ip Ute Uteiurt theuurt
court t d Itft LaPrienea Prensa Argentinas great greatnewspaper areatlwftINaper greatnewepsper
newspaper there is one of the most mostHMVel ftIO mostn1ce1 t tJIcl
HMVel entertainments in the world It Itis Iti
i is i a new ne festival feature and one alto altogether altoet altoctber ¬
gether et ctber distinctive bletlve of Buenos Ayres
The traditions of the carnival rnhal period periodare
are many Strange tales are told of oc occurrences 00C1I occurrences ¬ I I
currences C1I ace which da happened ages ago agowhen agowhen I
when lien this honored rite was new n w wmen among amongmen antaitgmen
men It Bin is smatter of record so thestorytefers the thestorytellers theatoryte i
storytellers atoryte er say 1 that Satan used to tomake tomab tomake
make a personal canvass Cftv for recruits recruitsto
to his unholy unbolyJliaDtI band of followers It Itwas Itw Itwas
was w no noun unusual thing tI for some pious piousmonk pioDmonk piousmonk
monk treading with mea measured JDeaf8red tued step thelenihth the thelength thelenath
length of his stonepaved tonepav ill cell to feel feela
a touch upon IPOIIlda his shdt shoigderand tan4ftD4 find him himself htmelt himself ¬
self confronted by tee tempter teapterwho who whostraightway whostraightway
latralhtway straightway urged UISIbJIa him to lay aside his hisrobes billN hisrobes
robes N of penitence and abandon him himself himself ¬
self 11 to the revel of f the demons demoneMany demonsMany eemon2CIt
Many It a gentle nUe sister al ter it is solemnly solemnlyaverred solemnlyave solemnlyaverred
ave averred upon throwing open her con convent convent ¬
vent ve t window wm < ow in the morning momi was con conI conwvv conVVYYYYY I I
sr Lam a 4rt tklt k > 8oRCJ 8oRCJr 8cngtaunted
fronted r by u lh > fcussjm J anppl 1 1tbepft t mutee s sthe sId sIdthe
the tbepft prince of efdtttkttiriemsw d rkneMho = with meek meekr JMekalMl meekand
r and evil tones to urged her to todangers toc tocoo
coo c 4 dangers in the red redtm redq
q a tm jfecount of there therebeing therebeing
being so many many w4tfbsd people pie nowadays nowadaysit
I it is IM noioncer no > longer asoassary for his Satan Satanic ¬
ic Majesty to go Ofortb forth in person pel8Ollbe he has hasplenty
plenty of subjects who are eager r and andwilling andwilling
willing to do his bidding and see that thathis thathill thathis
his evil work is well done doneOrifitt dooeonp doneOrtgt
Orifitt of tha Mash XaakThere MashThere
There are several versions of the ori origia oriof orii
i gin of the custom cUBt of wearing masks masksOne masksOne
lORe One claims that it began In Italy and andgrew andt andgrew
grew out of the practice of f throwingcurd throwing throwinghard tbrol tbrolbard
hard confetti which often caused Injury InjuryI
to the eyes andface and face Thus the mask maskcame naskcrepe k kcae
came into vogue v for protection ratherthan r rather ratherthan ther therI
I than to conceal < the Identity of the thewearer theearer thewearer
wearer Another explanation and one onewhich onewhleb onewhich
which is probably more correct states statesthat statHthat statesthat
that the Romans first used it in their
I U W H H AA A Y V YVyvy nv Y Y VV YHY Ai AH4 U Ai AU uM < s A
i tge Raady dy for a Flirtation i Villfnfl Wilha WiII to Wow His < Wn n Horn I
A p IrOt1IIsinq al YotinD8port A Pair ofYouthful I Dancers
festlvl8U1at festivals that on ceataha cciMaiajlays c Jays of each eachyear each7ear eachyear
year the servants were avowed a ed to din disguise dIapille dinguise ¬
guise themssfv s and mtegie with wit It their theirmasters tbeirmasten theirmasters
masters With his identity ty concealed concealedthe cooeealedtbe concealedthe
the slave could romp 10 with his peers peersThus peenlbus peersThus
Thus it will be seen that the mask J isa is isft Islevelerthat
ft leveler levelerthat that it makes maketan all men equal equalfor equalfor equalfor
for the time that it is worn wornThe wornThe worn wornThe
The new idea of La Prensa not only
he must be absolutely 1prtial JI impartial in ar arranging arranging arranging ¬
ranging tlffc U Press pr < facilities facUit fachitlbs and see to toit toit toit
it that no rre < me a newspaper nesp r or or press assoelation asso association ¬
elation has any undue advantage over overthe ovelthe overthe
the others though of coulee coui e greater greaterprivileges greaterprivileges I
privileges are accorded a r to newspapers newspapersof
of the great neat cities ihau Uaanto to those in insmaller inRmaller insmaller
smaller tow town Ar Arrangements Mnt9 havealso have havealdo hawaI
also aI o to 1 1arms 1Mt pdt > bf tire geeant ea8t at atann atarea
arms with the hotels otflj As B t tu hehdgtlar hehdgtlarters uar i ir
ters u rs for the various Iirl dek dekwith de e Uons md andwith mdIlb
with Ilb the railroad C concerning IOI rate rat of offare off offare
fare f e and the running F1Inn i peclal a1 trains trainswhile trainshUe trainswhile
while hUe there av a a iWiWW n mat matten matI matIbra > al altew
ten of d deta taff tfl that thAl tfie a cwventlons cwventlonsbusiness entions entionsbuilnese tkU tkUIMaaInetlLl
business nians ma manner er r mast see carried to toa toa toa
a successful Mash t Indeed the dis discharge discharge discharge ¬
charge of his rflrlsd vriedjk ried d bihorUnu u8 du duties 4 4Itll duties ¬
ties Itll cov CO covers r JtII a aWrI0d i pjpriod MF f fniany wn months monthsand moot mootand monthsand
and ends only w wp h the opening ning f of the theconvention thenveDt1on theconvention
convention conventionThat conventionThat fi1 I IThat
That event even t is Hwa W > preceded reee ed by byseveral byseveral I Isevera
several severa days of eclt e Lt em t t confusion confusionand contu6ionand oonfuMonand
and active earnest wtrgpuiing wh w > Ml ng on be behalf behalf behalf
half of f the cand4dat candidated wboae e claims claimsare dairnsare cJalrmare
are to receive r telve consideration oD8Ide i The chair chairman chairInanof chairman ¬
man Inanof of tbel1I the < iuaiotta Q > cVftHfiMeejpalU cbm teella falls the theconvention theconvention I Ieonvention
convention U to > order o ipitpfwceediagB ipitpfwceediagBare proceedlags proceedlagsare g gare
are opened with playef tftoa04 and then an anorganisation 51 1 1it
organisation oraanJu Uon IF I effected eft by the t election electionof I
of a temporary chajhna1 c Thta honor honoras bonorl bonorlas
as a rule Is a aw ava r Pd t tQeYftfran tQeYftfranleader tgsfome aome veteran veterastleader veteranleader
leader concpicuOw CORaPl < ue pr r pal past services to tothe tobe tothe
the be party but lilt hlt now dud andthen
then made a t f tin = ngth th b bet t atthe n nthe
the friends r f Ti 1111 st l t MWatet atft or in inchampion I hi i iCbamPlon
champion tit < f opposias oPPo iQ prlncipJes Iticiple < Thuin Thu TliuJn 1 1In
In the Dcuiuctaiio Chc ciiucrtic stet eBUon nt1o of liiSrt 18i0the liiSrtthe l
the majority of the naasnal t na1 committee committeebeing committeebeing I I Ibt
being bt ing gold meq noattaatcd David Dav d B BHill BHill I IHili
Hill of New ew York for temporary tsmpa ary 17 chairman chair chairman chalUUln ¬
man A jjpajority rityof of the delegates be being beng being ¬
ing ng eilvefciaeii IIU stlve j = ln and resolved Fe upon con controtting coutrolflngr COIItrolftng
trotting the convention from the out outset oUls umset ¬
set s > t ii was wa however b er promptly moved movedliuu mowioilt muvelthat
that the M as1te uf f Jeh J Iphn W Daniel D anitl pi piVirginia 0 0Virginia U UV Uirginia f
V Virginia be strbetituUilfor that of Hill Hilland Hilland Hilland
and the substitute motion IDa was a carried carriedby calritJby carriedby
by a large majority JHfll JlPp UL wfea defeated defeatedhot deteatednot defeatednot
not becauiu the offtee 9e of temporary temporarychairman temporarychairman temporarychairman
chairman was an important one or one onethat onethat onethat
that Quid materially Influence the tb > uM uMrnati uliwtt utitIll0t
rnati wtt purpoP e of f the majority bu but f fr frthf rthe r rth
th the > > reason ttMtt 4 at t It was believed beIi d by the thesilver thesilver i iiitver
silver men menfhat fiat at his b election would be beaccepted taeaccepted i iaicepte
accepted aicepte brth by the country ass a sign that thatthey thatthey
they w were > re willing to yi yield W and compromise compro compromise compromisc ¬ I
mise on the Issue tesucBeginning IssueBeginning i su suBeginning
Beginning the Proceedings ProceedingsTiic
Till c vvf1li wpitiitluh ovenUoi uh Uviiig ba assenaWtd 9asembltdsoon assenaWtdsoon d I
soon after noot noofi n wh w when en n the t temporary temporaryhairman temporarcbainnan temporaryychairman
chairman h baa delivered a formal address ad addregs addrel
dregs s on public measures mea urea and on thepolitical the thepolitical theJluliUcal
political situation and the regular committees com comniitws committ
niitws mitt f have ha been b tn appointed an ad3ttrlni ad adiuriiri adjll
jll 3ttrlni iuriiri lll1n n i is tukwer takes over night On the
gives the humble citisea eit the Use privi privilege JI privtlege vI vIlege < ¬
lege of IDIxIqwitb mixing with his peers ptreth but t af affords offords affords ¬
fords him the opportunity to distin distinguish Ct1ItInguisb diatinguisk ¬
guish himself e1f in their presence Med Medals JiIeic1als Mods1re ¬
als s1re are offered for the best selections lelectionqin selectionsin tioIIIJ tioIIIJin
in chorus singing as well wellas an > fbr indi individual uIIidual lndtvidual ¬
vidual effort so that even e thelowly the tII1PGfIt tII1PGfItlowly moist moistlowly
lowly may have a turn at occupying occupyingthe
the center of the stage
He better tter part of e a year M ftqWJe4 ftqWJe4r required requiredI
L Tim I fji fur > r the making ntakins of an American Americanpresident American Americanpr Americanptlaident
president pr for many of the dele delegate delep deleaetsto ¬
aetsto p gate tv to the national tlonal convention mere merechosen werechosen ere eredlC
chosen dlC mpre pre tbjkt t t ttwely atwelvefooiith t tb before beforeXhe bef beforethe re
the 11 eeleC electoral toral coltege formally record the therdict thetnlict the theerdkt
> rdict announced by the people at thed the theJ1 tbeJ
J1 d Jhx J Active ctlve work however may be bef beid bsId
f id to to 0 begin when W fon the d chairman mn of the the11tifAial tbeI
I 11tifAial t committee tttee of his party Party calls callsv
t w v isa ciMMnftte tinlttM tteP to to meet and choose a ane at
t ne and place < for holding h dfe a national nationaluveaiion nationalIJ aiationatsvetMlon
+ uveaiion IJ n Both the Repvbuean ReMtI Uean aad aademocraUe andI
I 1 emocraUe committees qJ assemble ltIe for foris forI
I is purpose in Washington the one one in n
1 fcember or January and the other otheri
t iU Dually on the 22d of February of ofJ a aj ai
j esMeatiaJ > year yearA ear earA r rA4e4
A A4e4 sidled and often bitter contest contestr
r tends ten the choice of a convention onve t e ety etyJ ty tyJ
J legations from rival cities clU of the Ant AntaN flintat
1 at aes = e ajjtar apl111re Ijjftre the cownlttee ttee and ande
e claim el wlWk k tk u they y pug astward forward ard are areDually aremally arerally
Dually aopported IIIipp by I indaesments In41i1 ements of off
f most substantial ntlaJ kind St Louis Ixmitired loulUlfd Louiscured
tired Ahe t1teItepUbUean IlepubUcan cojtvciUion in inM InN Ins
M s by agvm gftntM Hto g to defray AlerrarJI all gil the ex exnses unsea exnsea
nsea of o14 4t gathering sip4 d to to su supply supplynds mpplynds ply plyrid
nds rid s for plying pm the daMp which hkb the thetional theItlonal thetional
tional eesalBJ9iev eo isle Had d been compelled Nm compelledleavetuifrlisdd < H > mpelledleave led ledlvea1tI
lvea1tI leave aaastHiBt 1 at tWae thsi th dose of theevious the theevlous theeYQUtI
evlous campaign < ll while hUe in 1900 1 phil philrlpbia Ihill Ihillelphia > hU hUIpbia
rlpbia promised to the th Republican Republicant RepubJttantioDel Republicantional
t tonal committee a donation of 100 100to 100to 100to
to bring th the > conv convention < fttion to that city cityd
d Kansas Kan City gave e ISOUOO and the theTenses then thesenses
Tenses n of the convention to the th Dem DemaUe Dematic
1 atic committee Though the money moneyNt mlne mlneltl moneywits
Nt ° which wits ltl be tt t sa d fa s sretterally aAsMag aAsMaggenerally V VraUy
generally raUy guaranteed paran by bbsin bbsint business businessi
i t gad ad hotel Interests lDtr regardless r Qleu of ofn ofria ofSoften
n ria liasof Soften tendecides dect4 decides the b choice eII t bt f the thett thesaittee
4 saittee itteev tt t the national oeaventioiisat oeaventioiis epyventiottafssssnt entlons entlonst
fssssnt at t yean eua have ve been linost tle tletfy > ire ireratty freatlj
ratty tfy entertained in Chicago whose whosenMem whoflea11d whosen
n nMem and railroad faciiit faclMttes I eu render renderruere renderrues enderrtDN
rues easily eastl accessible from ail parts partsJb partsNtry partsie
ie Jb country than any oiberi ohcr O 1r Mtv Mtvitttfcbr iO iOIn
i itttfcbr lt oe in an earlier time tH a il tn tnlirftc till tilldft Iiiirtra < >
lirftc 1 Ionvertion env tion city I cit tv this i 1 ra raof aC a aF
F > of the t hf fat that t t it lay l half halfa Uc Uct izt
t n oentbe Pf Pn > rl the t l north and south and so ws wst WIt WItJpPIIIP w > ta tasrppsed
srppsed t inposfd JpPIIIP not J bo unduly undul subject to toXkorthTU totJrthi tomrrthern
XkorthTU tJrthi > rlJ or O southern S ithern InfluencesSelectln influences influencesSelecting InfluencesSelectin
Selectin Selecting the Delegates DelegatesUate
rt1P I I1P < date ial ai and < d < i duty dutyrtinn < he heiition heutin
iition havint han havinI1 L j J1X i in
n 1X xt t step iep ii > p in the making tIt f a pres presi
i i = the th selection fl 1 ction 1Ion of delegates by the theand ther theId
r and tl1 Id dittritt JiI < rld convention < ulIenti n Ka J lah lahi fh fht h hti
ti t < i entitled l Utl titled d to twice as l11a mad > naa3 dif difj disjNKate
< j jNKate Ca jt sis IS IS i t has ha rrprPii rc pt e ntaivs IIta iitativ itH itHi s s1
i t 1 UT gl
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large the number of the tbelatter latter being bei in increased increased ¬
creased to t081 six al when the state has a acongressman aI acongressman
congressman at large in the lowerhous lower lowerhouse lowerMUM
house The district dl triet delegates are se selected selected ¬ I
I lected by conventions in the districts dllltrict8but districtsi districtsbut
but the delegates > 8 at large are always alwayschosen alwaysehglsen I II
chosen ch n by the state convention of the theparty thepaPt theparty
I party which wl t h at Ii t the saute time ratifies ratifiesthe ratltletbe ratiesthe
the selection ele tioll of oftbe the district delegations delegationsRatification delegationsI pUons i iI
I Ratification Ratl It Itit atl lion by astate g state tat contention be bett betit
tit tt noteI not fe render all the delegates del t sub subject subt ¬
ject to state te instruction mistruc t ton and makes makesthem makesthtn I II
1 them t a unit in party degree a plan of ofpracedare ofwhl ofi
I pracedare which < b though tho consistent consieteptI consistentwith
I with 111 democratic JeDclehCle < has marred marredJ marredthe I
J the fortunes of many a promising prom lin can can4ldate canw cant
4ldate 4ldateBesides w > r
Besides de8 the delegates from fr the statesI states statesArlsona
I t Arlsona New Mexico the be Indian nd iafI Ter Territory Terf Territory ¬ I
l ritory and OHaoma each tread nd six lx del delegatea deli delegate4I
f elect four and andthe andI nd
while Alaska
egatea ept egate4I
i the District of Columbia two The ter terriftorial terI I
I riftorial delegates have no vote in theI the theDemocratic t tI
I Democratic De nocratIe convention but In the tb Re RepnbH I It i ipo
pnbitetdr po pnbH a convention they tnJoy all the therights I IrI irights
t rights rI t and privileges of their fellows fellowsfrun feUowsfrom fellowsfroantbe
from froantbe t be states tea Local leaders are re in inmoteses inmcytelaes I
moteses mft chosen cbusenras as strict delegates delegatesto tfB tfBt
t to the national conv eonveflion on while bUe the thedelegates tbeI thedelegates
delegates at large are > taken from men menand
I 1 1of of qte ttU and very e17 often o national tiO prom prominence Itrominencefn rom romin ¬ I
inence in inencefn n e In their 1IIrty arty It is I generallyfound generally generallyfound nerallY nerallYI
found fOU ndy whey eu all alltbde the delegates te have been beenchosen Mtn1ID beenehoasn
chosen that active poflticiaus mainly mainlycowHit mainlyO
I cowHit O t onaritie Utte t the rae nneeberblp b rship P of the con convention convention on onentio1 ¬ i
vention and are to tame ae e th the candi eandidatei candiI I Id
d datei at tbMr their lllUty fftlllliOnal Pr re reformWll reforittms
I formirs formWll and ad men fmn with Isms seldomi seldom ldom I
In fad rind a place in a narieuad ee easparties
ve 91 either fItJIIiIa fItJIIiIallbouh e PM T Twhen parties
although althoughde when t do tile they ttpay tie tieapenW
i depended de upon Jo o make m ke up uPIa In noisy noisylaarnestneEs Bois Boisrne noisyaparneatnets
laarnestneEs aparneatnets rne tnEES vfcat shat they they lack in num numI I II
I bw I
Arranging For Convention ConventionWhfl ConventionWh ConventionWhits
Whfl Wh e delegate We c a ebeing < being Mm elected electedpreliramary gtectedpreliminary ected ectedprelimtnary
preliminary arrangements are making makingfor makln maklnfor makingfor
for the convention An executive e ecuUn com convittee eon eonmiUee committee
miUee ittee of th the national committee elects electsa lee j ja ia
a ergeart at arms and on this thl official officialwho officialwho officialwho
who is really TfR II Y the t ht business manager lHina gtT of ofith ofi I Ii
i ith i th conviM 11111 ii ii n falls lit the buikn huro bur isn 1I of ofi
i I M peparttitl n pttr prholl ttou it is a heavy beav one tor toe toesergeant tbeI
I sergeant sergeantto rweant at arms must gIve attention attentioaI
to the the building in which th the < conven convention convenetion convention ¬
I tion is to be held ht > ld and eee to it that It ItI Iti itis
I is i tquipped cyuI aped not only with 1t seats for thei the
i i d legal tc gate and others th > rR in attendance butIalp but butBixi butI
Ialp I Bixi I uih y i h waiting subcommittee tub IlIlnlittee > au wl < l lproper
ih1 b l V It 1 I1 at aU aUtary >
I I tary and v snttlating nt ila tin systems and with wibI withproper
I proper facilities for the correspondents correspondentsi corrt ptmdentB ptmdentBauj
i and reporter r These include desks andseat and and4h andfllEsl
seat fiparte 4h ebig big hallfroonw hal ai + NODbI for the t te tee teeI l loperators
I e Pgrti ro operators o ratvr an the installation installationr n nnr
nr r t II S and n ItictlllfllpntS tUnlnl 10111 1oi I1t r rf
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second ond day a permanent organization organizationis Q t1o
is 18 effected and the committees submit rebuiltthe submitthe I Ithe
the reports upon which they tbt have been beenat beenat l lat
at work during the recess receottJae recesnof of the con convention conj ¬
vention The most important df these theseis
is the platform pl tform reported by the com committee committee ¬ i imitteo
mittee on resolutions The platform platformRtatea Pktformtates fort fortstates
states the tbefundarntntal fundamental priiKiptes princi of ofthe 011 011the ofthe
the party outlines the thePf Dfogsajnjik K J 3 3be j
be pursued under un er penand pcndfufc pen Qoaattfeftti Qoaattfefttiand I Iand
and pledges ple s the party to totllc these prhici plpftci plpftciplee prhicipleg j
pleg > and programme It 1talM 1talMOppo also arraign arraignthe atpgbns atpgbnsthe
the opposing in party for or it its erppr e a and andcriticises 4 4criticises j
criticises edtl 1lk8 it for its coarse CG ne t ThejRjfk ThejRjfkof Tlk Tlkof 1 1ofa
of ofa a platform more often of ofare off ff n fhtgt nan not notare uotare
are masters of the art of prudojftt pru ai aibiguity supbiguity
biguity and seek by its exebe exete lille te teoonciliate tooonelliate i indllate
oonciliate every section ecUonparty wf gfconietjsng gfconietjsngparty eonftc0iif eonftc0iifparty
party opinion but when eanws trtfcjB trtfcjBbent 1J1IIben tdl8tbent
bent upon carrying out t their hot toftvlo toftvlotions vie
tions tio ns control a convention s p pmaking Pteeomes pmtnking 5i
making becomes t ea another anotherrerwrt If Iffeftnt uferentnatter
rerwrt ferentnatter matter matterThe i l a aThe 5 5The
The Democratic platform pltlormof1I of offaced MM MMfaced Ii Iifaced
faced both ways aya on the moaejr 110116tlon moaWtion > ques question ¬
tion one paragraph placating Pl = tlfeinf tlfeinfver the t sil silver If ¬
ver m men n and the next QestSOld rteuMi rteuMigold rstitin rstitingold = J
gold men Four years yea yeaas la eftH eftHas en enas
as already noted an urtcomvr urtcomvrmajority ag agm
majority m of the party favored fa ed tills t tlKcoinage PeO PeOcoinage 1 1ohu
coinage ohu e of silver and itsTVlJcff It Ul1tIomPg1 Ul1tIomPg1majority pillefs pillefsfull lJeft lJeftfull
full and tnenchaut exptlrassontn exptlrassontnparty expQiasion e onft fit J Jparty j jparty
party platform The Th adoption adopt ionot of thirplatform thi thir thrplatform
platform was as preceded prp ed by a tepsrt debate < tf < < rmarkable r rmarkahie re remarkabk
markahie > for the ability and earnest earnestueae tIUnest1Ie58 earnestlIesa
ueae of th t the participant One CI of there therewas theruam
uam was 1 William J Bra whopc sp epectl epectlchampioning P Phamp t h hchampioning
championing hamp free f t silver was as per perthe t tthe tthe
the most electrifying oratorical 1 1all e eall 0 0all
all the annals of American poUticai poUticaihistory c chist
history hist T It moved an audience audtBncep and ranee Hf ISOW ISOWpeople 100Opeople
people p ple to the highest pitch of eitthusi entbusiasmtnd eitthusiasm UJuai UJuaia8ffi +
asm asmtnd and it lifted Mr Bryan on ontM the in intam iptant instant
tam into coir iUtnmarrding omman maiiding ioK prornlnence prornlnenceM l1omnen l1omnenIrl protntnencJlrt
Jlrt M Irl > r th than ii that it made niadehlm him on the thftfollowing th thefollowing
following day the can canconventicn caneouventical
conventicn the youngest you 1tWlta man v vnamed fir etnamed
named for the presidency pr presidencyby SldenCYfY by aajr aajrparty y t tlfominatlDg tparty
party = i rNominating inominating
nominating the Cafcdidl cidAft 4 4After
After Aft U i the t 11f convention 011 n tiun has con considered consideredii idere4 idere4an t
an and ii III l pa pay s d < upon the th reports r ports of otlts its va various va various 0 ¬
rious committees < comes Ihje hs hsnomination I Inomination 1
nomination of the candidate sand to f fee ftitdIH feedent f fdent
dent In times past this was wa simple simpleand pl pland pie pieand
and informalaffair William M Mvarm Mvarmplaced Bvarts Bvartsplaced varta vartaplated
placed William iiliar1 H Seward InnOmina InnOmination in lnlna
tion in the Republican convention conve ltkMl Of Of1s ofliiti1 oflIitiI
1s liiti1 ii in n a I speech WT containing leas s than thaitthirty thanthirty tha
thirty worth sui u tIII l evtii ev hH ii aoriei HU thai thaiof l lof diskof
of Norman B Judd nominating Abu Abuham Abraham ¬
ham Lincoln in the t same convention conventionIn
In more recent years however efforts effortsof efrQrtBof
of this sort have ha come to be berrded berrdedas r garde4 garde4as ea
as a matters of o the fh fret impaiiMEkee impaiiMEkeeH itb itbb ithpprieer < j
H ih r h t t G 7 nh lls Il a speech l > be1h ffominsV mjl1et
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There bere was Manuel the apprentice apprentice of ofahutcher i ia I Ia
a butcher who had a voice as clear as asa asa
a bell but whose walk in life was so sohumble 110humhle sohumble
humble that bis talent was not known knownManuel knownManuel I
Manuel was conscious con cious of his hI gift ift and andloved andlerved I
loved to dream of the time when he bevoid hewould
would win recognition One day besang he hesang Jae5I1K e1
sang at his work and a companion companionasked companionasked companionasked
asked him to join a society societ For weeks
Jag James J amea G Blaine in the RepubU Republican ¬
can convention con venUon of 1876 fastened d upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the Maine statesman state man the title of ofplumed offumed oflumed
plumed lumed Knight and gave ca e Ingersoll oU na national naI ¬
I tional repute as ao orator of f the first firstrank fillltI bratrank
I rank James A Garfields speech nom nominating nomll nom nomIbating
inating ll ating John Sherman In 18S9 l was was as a aI alPJendid
I splendid effort and did much mu h to secure securehis secu securels
his ls ownnomination JlnoQlill ltiun for the presidency presidencyBut p idenc idenct
But qt t that tbatot of Roscoe ttp ooe e ConkHng in behalf behalfof
of Grant in i the came convention eon ntion wa waand wu wud wsend
and d will long 10 nc remain nmal1 the t be most mostwMbY note noteworthy nott nottworttay ¬
worthy of nominating nomlnaUo speeches The Therinjglng TIleII Theri
ri rinjglng II 11 flotation aj tationJtlt1lhiclt etstionn with which be began beganw begmtwll
wll w w1l1 J never be forgotten > n by any of the thethousands dietbouandJI thetbouaanda
thousands who nO listened to his voice as qeIt asLH
LH It rang ng resounding through the vati vat vaftttuiidihg t tt
ttuiidihg 1laU4t in which the convention conventionlte1d was wOnAsld washld
t i hld hldIf I
If you ask what state he bans from fromOur fro fromOur
Our sole reply shall beHe be beHe beHe j
He comes from tN Appomattox AppomattoxWith ApjpmattoxWith attox attoxWith
With its it famous apple Pple tree treeConkllngs treeConkling I IConkllnlr
Conkllngs s speech made the adherents adherentsof r4dherentsof erents erentsof
of Grant stand to their guns to the last lastbut laatbq lastbut
but bq it is i Interesting In this connectionohrecali connection connection2pjr connectlGhoNcall
2pjr oNcall call that after Ingersolls eloquence eloquencenBfoJne eloquenoetie elogueneeuBlame
nBfoJne uBlame tie was tuI beaten beaten In the convention ofilia of f
1 ds < 76 and despite de plte Oonklings Conklin endeavorGiant endeavor endeavorOrant endeavOfGleanl
Giant met with a similar fate in 1889 1889Kajftesd 18Sa 1886leed
Kajftesd leed a veteran politician not loner lonerJriFe lonerite
JriFe rite gave it as bin opinion 4J inion that no nonominating noIIQmimltinlr nonomlnating
nominating speech however howt > er brilliant brillianthad brim brimhad brillianthad
had ever ver changed tbanaedthe Abe vote of a single singled
d joal delegate Iegjte J te in a national convention conventionDaniel CQnentio CQnentioVanH conventiolUaniI
Daniel Doughertys speech nominating
Ianc Hancock x k in the Democratic convention conventionof conven convenof i iof
of IWW 1 is prbap p rhape the exception thatcoisflrms that thati
i confirms this rule Dougherty was net neta netdelegate neta
a delegate to the convention and was waspresent wasprE8ent waspresent
present solely Eoel as a a spectator with no nothought notbought mrthought
thought of participating participating in its proceed proceedingr proedjngf proceedingii
ingr Called all d upon at the last m num n1cnwt1t n1cnwt1tto m nt ntto ntto
to place Hancock in iiomirati < > thist thistrwho thJswbo th1 th1who
who heard his speech pronounced it the1inoat the themost the1DOIIt
1inoat most beautiful and impressive effort of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the kind ever delivered in a like body bodyit bd bdU bodyIt
it tur turned the > convention tH vention in Hamocks Hamocksfavor Harllkfor Hancocksfavor
favor and assured his nomination by byacclamation byacclamation byacclamation
acclamationHow acclamation acclamationHow acclamationRow
How the Convention Ballots Ballotsi Ballotshe
i The r last nomination ha hat been madethe made madej madeUt
j the Ut last outburst of applause evokedby evoked evokedI evokedeloquent
I by eloquent speakers has died awayslid away awayand awayaftd
and now the balloting begin The Thestates TheMates Thestates
states are called in alphabetical aiphall tilal orderand order orderj ordtrand
j and the chairman of r ea fah 1h > h delegation delegationarise delegationarisee hIt > gation gationaris
arise in turn and unnnru ann1 c v s its lg vote voteThe iIe iIej t tI
j I The Tb close of t the Uiiivi Uo a Rsa a oi O that ti the thedelegates L todelegates
delegates are about equally divided dividedbetween dividedetweEn dividedtetween
between four or five leading candidates candidatesA
A second and perhaps p > rhap a third ballot ballotfqllawB ballotfOU ballotfoils
foils fqllawB W8 with no change bang in the resultapd result resultj
apd andthen a d then an adjournment djoul lnwl1t is taken over overniptit Oelnight overnight
night During Duin this thi lull i n 1 th bitsl idt1c
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they spent then atnsee spate fttiJDe time at rehears rehearsing rehearsbat rebearslug ¬
bat and theft Uimu the grand grand night came cameIt cameU cameIt
It was the recite the yo young iteger iner anew me meIra knewiii anewia
ia his dreanw Over his beast tier after aftertier aftertier
tier of festooned balconiea rose into a amammoth aIIiUUDo
mammoth dome that t was bang 1IDC with withropes withropee
ropes of muH ruin ooioved oted IfgMa Itgk s Hun Hundreda
4 dried of begtifut beautlfuMadies l84Ie8aDCl Indies and handsome handsomemen lland80meMea
men took htekke wn into to the tbeourt court and andthrew andthrew
threw floaieri loer to tothe Uaeproed the proud choristers choristerswhen cIIortaterwben
when their number was a completed eo QJletedManuel completedManuel
Manuel carried his roaes home and andswore andswore
swore to them that next nextttJne tone he would wouldwin wouldwin
win ten for every e etY one Qe In the first In Instance Instance ¬
stance he appeared appear only in the chorus chorustout chorusbut choresbut
but this year Y J he was to stag a solo soloWhat oIoWhat
What a chance for the he apprentice fit f a abutcher abutcber
butcher On the great g day he washed
Ic IcManuelA
ManuelA Manuel Manueland Butchs Btf s = Ptp PAre ren rentlcs Jc I
tlcs < e i I Iw IJ
w 1 r
and rfonned his hievet 1 f
I vet Ipd iid la lace e It took mssjfUa ntta Ot saving savingto savlawl savlawlto
to VnV that ua suit 1 but at acs tiI ist he had It Itall ItU I
all u U with Is sah ah Unpent sli 1 and feath feather ¬
I er The galleries sf t 1 AriPKensa were werechoked werec
choked c ked with the flower ef f Argentina Argentinawhen Argentinawhen I IJwn
when Jwn Manoai and his J a band of makebelieve make makebelieve makeI
believe lordojngs stmttad strut t into the court courtAll courtAll courtAll
All conveygs co converaatton died When the youth youthsang youthnc youthsang
sang nc It waa welT WeItIAftJaat salgrthat that such a avoice svoice
I voice was the gMt s f ifs fmi Md Clear andinsistent and andinsistent
1 insistent thenotes Ute notes r npnA aA tJe soe above an
r impasnonea appeal appealfilled
filled the great court anl Ii rang like likechUen a achallenge achallenge
challenge e in every ear Manuel wonthe won wonthe On
the me m lal al and more flowers than all allhis allbie allhis
his companions could carry away It Itwas Itwu Itwas
was a triumph that would warm any anymans anyman anymans
mans man life fnd especially that of a abutchers autcberlI abutchers
butchers apprentice apprenticeFor
For hours the he different > ntkncll bands of com cornpetitors competitors competitors ¬
petitors passed through the court of
broken line are reformed reformed the weak weakplaces weakplaces weakplaces
places made strong and new n w stratagems strat strategems
egems planned for execution ex atIon on the themorrow themorro themorrow
morrow A In a score of orplaces places shrewdleaders shrewd shrewdleaders shrewdJead
leaders Jead r are in confereooe conere oe and every everyone everyone everyone
one feels the stress tresstluItpreeede that precedes great greatevents greatevents
events History istory is made and unmadeduring unmade unmadeduring
during these e long nightwatches nI it watches and anddramatic anddramatic nd
dramatic incident inctd ntflt8 abound aboundThe abobndThe
The leading lea tC candidates randtd ate before ore theRepubUcao the theRepublican tbeRepublfe
Republican cunnentfodof cunventforf conv ntio rof of 1818 were wereBlaine We WeBlat wereBlaine
Blaine Blat e and slter S Sherman 1Tke The Blaine Blaineforces Blainef Blaineforeep
f foreep forces were the tfjemOlt moat Mai pct pact and eIetently egl eglciently
ciently el ntlY eegmised ganised toot sjt die last la t momelit mo moment 0 0met1t ¬
ment Bmioe BM aewatn warned d blblethysicial1s blblethysicial1sdecline4 by his physicians physiciansdeclined physiciansdeclined
declined to be a a candidate sand and his de determination ¬
termination tennlnatWneould could not 11 fe shaken n His Hisfollowers Histollowelll
followers left at Iti seaiit seaat V once cast castabout
about for seine some one j JDijtae b 4ake the placeof place placeof
of their leader A tflfajoytfy tflfajoytfyaccept would not notaccept
accept t ghrtusjut AiJ and andt 1t tj > lhas ft ftcided Anally de decided decided I
cided that t 1 flieV s shovia 1ite unite upon a anewer anewer
newer and younger mai mete than any of ofthose oftbo8e ofthose
those who had been fomatty named as ascandidate ascandldatea ascandidate
candidate Joseph Joseph J eR B J otsitar of Ohio Ohioone ObioODe Ohioone
one of the tbt1 d ad rs of the t Sherman Shermanforces 8bermanforC Shermanteiees
forces 4 seeped 10 to the iI1erOf AMer of the theBlaine theBlaine theBlaine
Blaine cape < < aptaiku aP the rt n for or the occaslon occa occasion occaion ¬
ion The CQtoVentle eIWt iwi adoBrned adjourtsedon adoBrnedon ed edo
o on Saturday after an oBfanttl tU Monday MondayAt
At 2 oclock o on Mon4iy jr morning the theBlaine UteBlaine theBlaine
Blaine leaders I were werecen4ucted ctjpucted etl to Forakers For Forakers Forakpr
akers akpr roomer roO 1 one one of the Ohio delegatiop delega delegation deleaHop ¬
Hop They toW him they t ey had comeupon come comeupon orneul10n
upon very el important i tqi octant bjJifes ta htnsitttsiiand a1 > and desired de desired der1i ¬
sired r1i his earnest attimttoil altlmtbiHlhlle al tenttlos white they theystated th thMated theyMated
Mated their theircwee rcase They they ey went went ent overthe over overthe oerthe
the groundVjinewed g1Oundrh iwed Win that while whileBlaine whnBlaine whileBlaine
Blaine was a1i put of the > race race the Blaine Blainefollowing Blainefollowing Blainefollowing
following ooatroiled the convention conventionand
and assured him that ifhe If he would con conFnt connt connt
Fnt nt to become lme a caiicndate C to he could couldbe couldbe couldhe
be nominated < on the first i or second bal baliut bali1t baltat
iut tat on Monday The They > asked neither neitherpledges neitherpledle neitherpledges
pledges nprJDromtsea ll nor r protlates 1 only JY tfc t to e assur assurnominatfdn assuranee ur urance
ance t that ha 1 UldJlOt would o decline the thenominatfon theI
I nominatfdn notninat fin after the > AQveJltion nventloh 1 1made had hadmadfo hadmade
made hin hi hittp a a candidate ffVaa Jt wu an interesting in intercEting Interes
tercEting teres tin moment m ment Forager had but toI to tospeak tospeak
I speak a single word ord to secure a the nom nomination nomination nomination ¬
ination and a nomination meant anrl an anrlntion anftjonbut
rl rlntion > ftjonbut rt1On but without hesitation he hesaid hfpaid heraid
+ said flriiprfy n and emphftfsJUly emphftfsJUlyI pmptii pmptiiHI emph emphI
HI I thank tbankY you U gentleflisft sentJeititlWitb gent with all my myheart myheert myI
I heart but I could not accept pt the nom nominati nominatlJh nominatloii
inatlJh inati h if it came ca a to m me unless Mr Mrt MrSherman
t Sherman first withdrew and asked me mei meto meto
i to become a candidate c ndkl te I 1 feel sure he hei hewiH
i w will mu not do that T came here to try tonominate to tonominate tonominate
nominate him and cannot consider considerthe COftJJiderthe considerthe
the proposition to become a candidate candidatei candidatemyself te temgeJf
i myself I Im will stand standby by him himThis hlaaThis himThis
This closed the interview int rfle and theBlaine the theHlaine th thHis
Blaine His ine leaders withdrew to give their theirKunpiirtto theirloIuppnrtHo theirsupport
Kunpiirtto support to H E0ia vho hCa a few hour houritir 1 hoursi our
itir i I T 1e1I IO MeiveJ iCI v fS fe Ttniin nomination it ltln th lie thtn I it
1 1f f
A cC w O5
< < > t rt
La Peens entering enterlne f ftJlejp from onj wte ldditistd M and andnaa
their exit on the alittgr j a
renA naa to known as the hottau h utlte e lit litpeople < M Mpeople the thepeople
people and all who lap pause pciUlaehoe beneath jttf ita
hospitable hoe itable roof be they cosaftioaera W T er
I dignitaries are given refPdiffla irfi rshiai fLl ent at nl in
the court a great row of Qfranpcl tnbjss as wsa ar siranged arranged ¬
ranged and the members of ofot eac snob t hand handof bindof
of singers were treated in hear tbek tarn tarnDuring t tD
During D the carnival there W aa wa Bs i iaway I Iaway
away a way in this manner 15000 Ii bottktat bottktatbeer botUea bot of ofbeer flbeer
beer 36 86000 0ft sandwiches and nd ndtOI1ll hbbltt altt tiro tirotons m mtons
tons of cakes It was ind I indt3a e4 a tee 0JMholiday tintholiday
holiday for the poor as w weU ll H a at as rare mitretreat raretreat
treat t t for the fashionable audience au taM tiatfilled thatidled
filled the balconies 1conies The TheIndeed sib was wasindeed < wa waindeed
indeed grand and the thewere sgrttags sgrttagswere iifti fiisjjiillins fiisjjiillinswere
were as beautiful af > they wee ette ttglue ttglueThe upl ue ueThe
The reason for encqurajfh enc unIiItP unIiItPcanlaatlon > jg tfje or srganiaatlen organisation ¬
ganisation of these singing siri singingaside i aqeite aqeiteaside
aside from developing musical mvtdleYsi S4IIIijat S4IIIijatamon t Ui nt ntamong it itamong
among amon the masses is to j jbehavior improdete improdetebehavior improve the thebehavior
behavior of the carnival carnivalWith cjy
With W h no fixed programme p e ebeen there therebeen thresh
been much rowdyism such uchbani as rhrr rhrrhard BJ BJW ttrptg
hard confetti buckets of wstel wsteleggs water watereggs wat
eggs Behind bInd the cover 0 of otace masks masksgrievances masksgrievances
grievances ace real or lmact imaginary Bite liitebeen Bitebeen offebeen
been avenged Morethan nopte noptebee opee once niunfter niunfterhas iglirderMs
has been bee ft done which W iChsI gives givesto givesto
to the story of o the aopeitatt solit solita 8OIita qhl
devil The musical com t > ri ria ti1ltt ti1ltta m
a wholesome e pastime pastime and ai brin brinI p r n nbest
I best there Is in those th who whoThe whoTlte whoTot M
The total tot J membership niembe sbp of tp tpsocieties t toctetJeJ teocletiett
societies fe now about a IJ t 8jMje 8jMjeand 8 8r s stheir
and their r parsing In throu through 1 IIndeed L I IuIpa s sf
Indeed I a gorgeous show libo liboformed Mfjuti Mfjutiformed AM arb arbformed it
formed and the sight te q one te uOMF4 ulburbe uOMF4be u4fterhe
be forgottentt2IlaneIl forgotten fOZt D Dy n e eWhtisIIu
y tt2IlaneIl Woe WhtisIIu WhtisIIuIn GMIW GMIWIn Goal GoalIn
In one band there were wereTheir ere ereTbeir IQfesfngjiK
Then chorus work vas as fad f sltaqrlatC r rwhat Jo iwhat Jowhat
what one generally hearson hears on ua uay r tygr aeThey tygrThey
They y were dressed dre in in th Ute 1p1lglm 1p1lglmgarb pk PIPt PIPtprb njpssijae njpssijaegarb
garb of the peasants peua t8 of V Vtheir Vasoany and gndtheir andtheir
their appearance appearaneewu was mart ftrfUag
Their black knee trousers tlO rrsn W c ct s1gs Iftsfcrij Iftsfcrijat ed edat
at t the sides and their legs nerp werifcosjiul werifcosjiulwith 1 1wtth hound houndwith
with bright colored ribbons ribbonsTpgp bbonbIte tfheir wore worewite weyerrhlte
bIte puned p ed shirts and sieevelena sleeveless IIl ve veOb Wit WitOn cotisOn
On their heads were Jaunty Ja colored coloredbandanas raisedbandanna
bandanas As they sang the t f folksongs folksongsof folk ij ijof toeaga toeagaof
of far away 8wa Vascohy which whicJahave trtliaierta trtliaiertahate traveler travelerhave
have heard ringing in the canons CJIOhIIQt CJIOhIIQt8panIsl1Pyre ea > Qohsgf of Jfh JfhSpanish s sSpanish
Spanish 8panIsl1Pyre Pyrenees the huge hu hucheered iiaaj ammhy ammhycheered iasl iaslcheered
cheered them to the echo t uan1tt7 uan1tt7IHIIOthered then n Jfttafy Jfttafysmothered bh4ttsmothered
smothered them with flowers ftoelltJet ftoelltJetfellowa yet these herefellows thesefellows
fellows were only milk peddle In InBuenos InBuenos InBuenos
Buenos Ayres AyresThere AyresThere rea reaThere
There were bands dressed la I IIack the theblack theblack
black habits of Haiamanea Halamaueaothers students atudsatsothers studentsothers
others arrayed in the style Ie of etteenth four fourteenth fourteenth ¬
teenth century pages and 00 atilt atiltwMlina others otherswearing tk r rwearinc
wearing the uniforms of smat 8Inaitrea1 ItalnMi ItalnMiregiments itelisaregiateuts
regiments rea1 men ts A band of hurraMng h cow cowboy cowrode cowhey ¬
boy rode their th tr prancing praRc ne < ate > eds Into Intothe intothe
the germ ndpvean andgave an exhibition e blbltfe blbltfela8rteinauldp of f the thehorsemanship thekerOebeanshlp
horsemanship of the thedl8p1 pampas gasn iia Mejft and anddtagnlsed anddisguised
disguised ed edand as < f ft flees fleesew W Wes
ew es and countless CO tIter other otheraMused therI
aMused I the spectators with th theirantics theiranticsuntil ue ueunto it rifles riflesuntil
until a hush fell ejv qr1tbe the people as ds1m uola uolaheld a aheld
held up her cup to them and sing tl their theirtsealth r rhealth
tie tsealth health ltb in a drinking drlnki drlnkiTba song aongsTh songTha
Tha Th Triompb 1ri1Ia of ofz ofzbe T Lug LugShe sia siaShe
A She be was the daughter of a poor PQQJs afam WWate
s ate and her acco accopf ac accom co sa saed
pf t ed r + hg T lit Violinists Violinistsof violinlataof
of aM work Although of ofh ofhtlon ofhlion h htion
lion evety one of these playent playentaojul play playot4 trc trcsitu S
situ of ot4 ot4muter 4 WBicia sad sadtap ad MT4 MT4d
tap d sip th the masters bidding blcJdk1Jn biddinging 19 e eing
ing Jn soaring classic cla l ic was u PhGwlOa PhGwlOasuch given with withsuch wthsuch
such dash and accuracy that it khav would wouldhave wouldhave
have hav made the composers compotlerto cheeto eIw ka iilNr iilNrto go r rto
to hear it I shall never forget that thatcircle thatcircle
circle of players standing In the hril hrilliantly brllliantly
liantly lighted U lated court c t and the theproud theproud titJD titJDproud
proud figure of Lucia holding boldUwcup a acup ug ugcup
cup as she sang straight stratahtheart lain the thehearts thehearts
hearts of her hearers Only O Iy Iyare thog mho wfcoare mhoare
are to the manner born can eanemotio sway war the tteemotions theha
emotions emotio of people like she did t Chat Chatnight UIatnJ ha t
night La Prensa Pren a rang with a apbravos fhjasftaml fhjasftamlbravos ti tibravOll c m
bravos as a the gifted singer singetawy tripped trippedaway tyipilhdaway
away with the prize When Wheaturned site sliejnt sliejntturned re returned
turned to the poor place she tailed tailedhome csjtafhome cchome
home and told the story et etIt her hervlataiy hervlataiyit victory victoryit
it is I no wonder that the theer waiting waltlggtnrstb waltlggtnrstber isjatH isjatHer
er clasped the beribbonedhtet beribboned ldpket In Inher 1fther inher
her worn hands and cried bee such suchhonor 81Iehhonor suchhonor
honor had come to one of her herbloo4 fteah i esh and andblood andblood
would have gone to Foraker JI JIconsented Foraker hal he heconsented w wconsented
consented to become a candidateParty candidate candidateParty candtclatehrt7
Party hrt7The Methods Htffsr HtffsrThe r rThe
The manner of effecting effect a aUon nnmam nnmamtton netiupa netiupatbn
tton in a Democratic a and d in a apublican apnbllpan
publican publl an national n convention conventionin co vent ventin tffin <
in two important particulars parlicuJarabroken The un unbroken ttnbroken ¬
broken practice of sixty I years ye yethat gtiujflM gtiujflMthat esqguethat
that no candidate shall pe peby eby lieby
by a Democratic ratj convention convenUoalIhall n nshall the theshall
shall have received two twolhkdBaD twolhkdBaDtht twothirslat third thirdthe all allthe
the votes cast Another timehonqeed timehonqeedDemocratic time tiltteDemocratic timeDemocratic
Democratic ule provides mnlde that tti ttistate ifv F hstate Fstate
state has instructed or req requested aste4 its ttadeieaation itsdelegation it itdelegation
delegation to vote ote as a unit it itdo m at atdo
do so and the majority shall IibaUTheee shamThese < Mgte MgteThese
These rules prevail only in the thecratic Ikpn etjIocratic Ikpnera
era cratic tic convention In the Repttbliean Repttblieanconvention
convention a majority nominates 11O 1IUeacb and twlieach andeach
each delegate i is allowed to vo vochooses vote vQtechoo is isehooses
chooses e But whether bet er securedmajority secured e III IIImajorUy p pmajority
majority or a twoihirds vote vot votaomlnatloR the thenomination K Knomination
nomination of a presidential presidentialin cai caiin
in a national convention in 1OftCe a a siatii siatiionce sbt sbtonce
once witnessed lled will never never neverten be Ijjjtr Ijjjtrten f it itten
ten for the concluding scene f lit al always d dw I Iways ¬
ways w y one of frantic tumult tumultno PaffNRP PaffNRPno o M1pt M1ptno
no national natlo 1 convention of the themore panas panasmore past was wasmore
more dramatic in Its conduct con abd out outcome putcome t tconae ¬
come than that of the Rel Repu RepuhUdhAf held heldat heldat hi hiat
at Chicago in 1880 Grant U1t U1tSherman Muller kind itndSherman kindSherman
Sherman were in the order or orthe nanie naniethe ngP46 ngP46the
the leading lead candidates befereMh bef beforetbt Te tC esjb duventton esjbvention abention
vention Its It two most coMsetefcoa coMsetefcoaures con
ures were were Conkling and andone Oi Oione
one one being the leader of offor tlftt 1 1forces
forces for and the other of the ghetiftan ghetiftanContingent Sher fir firI Sacontingent
I Contingent On tie third day 4IL7I of ofouventioB the theI >
I ouventioB IllIvent which moved with wltIi dreary dreanrSIUMI drearySIllil
i SIUMI o 1I < ° es S each side exercising exerctlacgTfa fete fetegreateat ye yegreatest
greatest gTfa t t care to guard guardt agawst sgaoststeps nils nilssteps
steps t ps Conking introduced a abinding reason reasonbinding reso resobinding
binding every member to support supportnominee supportnominee
nominee and exteJUng ex esl etlIg any anywho anywho anywho
who would not a A ree to tQI suchThis such auMptt auMpttThis
This led to a nit i t excttias QcltiAccinating xc tisg a acinating h jf jfcinating
cinating debate b hweerslttln ween bun and andfleld stockfield <
I field in the cour ur of which whichwrote < 11 11wrote 4l C5 C5wrote
wrote a brief bi cf TI 11 rrosage sage P on AftI ai a S Spaper
I paper a H as follows toll n1a dO I congratulate congratulateupon on ra raI <
I upon being Lein me dark horse of ufand Qi IIIvention o B Bvention
vention and this he sent u t tfield nt ntfield wr wrfleld
field That day Conkling t 1cI 1cIfriends < Idfriends d tt ttfriends
friends that the battle ttle Garfi Garfiwaging GarftI ll g gwaging
waging was a battle for hiinst him i Iani at atand trMs1 trMs1and
I and that it promised promi ed to male nla f rm rmI ni ninominee 0e 0enominee
nominee of the t e convention conventionHow conventionHow conventionHow
How Garfield Was Nominated NominatedThe No tec1i tec1iI
I The nominating speeches were weleon wereon i ion
on the fourth day dQ and nd on the fiiI fiiIthe fi fii u uthe
i the balloting began gan From the out outset outtWt outI
I set it was Grant against the th field lieidOrant fieldi timidGrant
i Grant received 0H 04 vo voea es II cm the first firsthalbt flr1hu fir firha111l
halbt hu n and it i IS fr hrltef r f < if the stleniicl jnjid

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