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THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE,
FIIIDAY. APRIL 1. I.I. TIIE lt.%itE Ofi IITTTLE. It is a sad disitppointment to the denm ocrats of this city that the republicans did not succeed in nominating Mr. RIolfe for mayor, tI>ot we must stand it. It was doubtless as great a disappointment to the aspiring editor as it was to the op posing par ty. and so we shall have to call it even. But now the republi:aln are in the lield, and it behoaves the democrats to be up and doing. 'rho enemy in nomi nating Mr. Ilurgy has put in the field a man of lttesh and blood, and he must hi., defeatitcd by the nomination of ia botter andi stronler man if such a one is avail able. Thir contest will hinge larolty upon lpublic policy. aiioi lar,-ly tperhaps than upon iti l tier, i'prsonnel of the tickets. [li" vtere of lhe city atr fully alive to the ,italtii lity lar aware that aI ,.]i, - i ul w " 'I , lhS l 1 ,, ri a1lo in ,ll ( 1 do p ,: t i , I ii r, .r h, i i, n ig a b o u t t hit( iii' l. t" i -"" i v,:t ' nceeiltl . They ,, 1 .t t, t tll i ,tia I Iat" sit repti calli Si:t rI't bliaiil' ,'.!1l p-trp tl iatiall of el a or der of thin " Iiti. I;&; blcunl i distaste :uil to' atl Ctt, I .tir , . .n It,. of the pop. ulatrlcn. It hl wiotl th!!" city u innitslll it ,tin ref rII'lite.tf l tio dLting that iabout tlrpy ill,. prep.'t et to support till l domo ,rtti, tit-ii t II a confoititullt iulj rity. T it-ai.tatnce, tie plo-lice , dpart li t. .\: it presc. t irgatlzt tl it is sittply ta rti.ral' I i:ll l int . '1'i ie a imitl'cr of the force . itan mtust be it irepubliilcan. aill blci g so he must he at the beck til call of thei leadtre to work lt littre. and to I e t qlol deal more of a party tool than i public otl.eier. Thliis will till It ilt- angtt , by it di l oucratic iad tiistratito. I arty lines will boe wiped out soi fir all t, , fore. is cincerned, andll tonly the test en .:i!! re tietainel with iut regarI t party. 'TIhet shall lave a poui ,, fort that will a-i that laws and ordinal-s inre- respecited, in place iof a gann of part hueolore wearing the city's tUlftrl l, iitl lperittillini 11it-4 liWe to lie riuniilttI in lit, nire. llnent atl.n r leform. wllil.l' it c'ntilualcl ofI tihe re.publica:t., ini pwvr will havte i tenidney to fortlier prolong the evilt.' that hiavte I.l i~cngellderedl by their rule. SuIppo.e that now repl ublielali illieials are elhctehd. the s.re general control will be ',it., .and flu ilne unl.h.irabi.L and iuiijur i,..t ' ro ,itih.+ wall r ,m:ainL. 'T'Ihe.y will tot "Ieach" it th. cr"oke .l or igiinorant t iet!huids tliha have prevail.' in iany de parltnw" t, uiv" tit" city will b l tilne the ,r xioer I Ii te p iayers will have .,thing savedi ti tl .ii,. The demii.i rat t. tickelt is not i yet lie. fi.re the people,. but it will Iinbe tomollrrow. 'the aldern.lin nouinated by this iparty in tihe wardl. are till men of high charac ter and mibiny,. nil who are ideserving of the culie.nce :nd support of their 1- neignhlir. With them in the council dot there will ibe n mril o ner frauds; no frot dives that will cause the working men of for this city t, akeilk all lopen protest, tet no contriats let. without ample bondll e and slifetui:r!s to. thelir irolper fultill ' i ent. El-hett ti., uIIn-atic ticket, and so vile your Ioullltelace to reforlll. The lneiiu'ti- th'ket in the citizen.s ticket tin year. ! looks as thougl. Montana will not 't alny of Itt., Waldensesmi, and that our ciiimittee- t- rnfer with them has been appointtd i.n vain. Thel following din ;,atlhh ia.o h,+,r.n rent front Ilaleigh. North ' 'linc.: 'Cr coiui ittee sent iby the i1u;llnsei of rnrtihern Italy to examine I :irg, tract ,"!' this state contliracted for -Ti, intl. ago (in conl ditiion that it -ill-l prove suitable for the crops they ,:, sire to cultivate has cablil hotle its aplroval o tih laund. The tract lies in the casterc pairt of Burke county and emnbraces 1.: i l acres on both sides of the \Vestrn, North Carolina railroad, e.tending to wthlin four inlhles fi Mor ;anton. Saw mnills have been put up and timber is beiong ut for houses to be ready for ti, t .:i.t ,..mnists. who will ar rive in IIy " SI it a 1i ly riader will nuo:ie in today's issue of Ti i. T;.i a;.s: some timely Lints on fashiro in htas and dresses. An il lustrated article of this kind will appear each \Wednesday. the series touching on all the leading ideas of current fashion and picturini the results obtaineid by the best artists. I-OlvF": has been sowing the wind for lo! these many days and he reaped the usual crop of whirl wind last night. The democrats are sorry he did'nt get the nomination so that they might have the pleasure of knocking him out instead of the members of his own party. THe: Great Falls Tainc.yE, having re turned to an eight page form, it is in or der to congratulate the readers as well as the management of that bright and ably edited newspaper.-Helena Inde pendent. ' , AAI) I 'J YAC HAVE A HILIOUS TOR NPR¶tl') ripi i.u ThMPEHAMI j BESCT AND 005 AR THET Is a mart delilcous subetitute, not only a stimulant but a nourisher and Highly Digestble. place where a ILWCSWE is seaer from ILrn.r6 .wu " .-a rul D.EMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. No conservative and fair-minded citi zen will deny that the democratic party has placed in the tield a ticket which is worthy the support of every voter in this city. The candidate for mayor, Dr. Gels thorpe, is a man of sterling character and abbiity, who has at deservedly high standing in the coommunity. We believe that he will I e elected by a substantial majority, because he is free from all po litical and personal entanglements; is not pledged to any individual or clique, and is a man of sulliciently broad intel ligence and independent opinions to con serve the welfare of every interest that comes within his jurisdiction. For city treasurer no better man could have been selected than C. 11. Clark. lie has held the office for two y-mre, and has done his work well. The fact that he keeps tile city's money in the first Na tional bank is not in the least to his det riment, as the pieophe know that it is perfectly safe there. It is in all respeicts to the city's itte-ri-t t. r:-elhect Mr. Clark, and we believ-e that they- will do so. If we had ;a city' f i .,ano I.l ,hoo.s:e frol to, better i Itar e(tu Ihe foul' for the allh.e of police usagi,-trath than I". .\. .grrill. Ilh is a very retiring mian. but is -:lnnwle.h.-.i by lt.e bhur of tie city to be .ne of ith ablest lawyers in the eltate. lb has tihe jdictal iestinct in a larg.. degree, andl th is a faculty of great itmp' rtan'e in a poneli agisltrate, wheis, court is the tribunal of lirst in stance- in all sorts of cus-s. It wouli be a noon to this city to secure in this olice the services of a mlan plossessilng Mr. alerrill's attaunlments, and if our tax pat era understand thelir best interests they will vote for him rI-gardlessof party lines. .1. W. Stantn will Ilmake ain abile and dlignified city attorney. lie has, the re spllect iand ct.ollidcnce i-I the entire IIr and of all who know hilm. There is not ia question that h(,e has the knowledge anll the will to protect the city's inter ests If elected, and he ougnt to beI the. next city attornely of GIreat f,'alls. voter.s of thic (it)y aiI the matter of r,'z istering it wvnul see.m that thety cure very littl, for the citi ' interests. Is there a nan i) the comlmunity who does iot know that the vote ceast at a city eietio.. i. t ken by outsiderE as at fair criterion (if the popul:ition' If we pll a ridii'loi-ly small vole it will be taken up In rival ,iti.es in this state and elsiewhere to p,,ve that Great f"alls is, after all, ino insignillicant place; and the fart that we know the causes which account for the snacll vote is no help so far us outsiders are concerned. They will cmstrue the thing to suit themselves and all w'e can dto after the vote is once recorded will not check their carping one iota. All through the year 189:i they will argue our population fronm the vote cast at this city election. Every qualitled voter owes it to the city as a patriotic duty to register at once and to be at thei pulls early on elec tion day. But thie high motive of public duty dones not appeal to all. To these it nmay tbe said that "voting pays." Any voter who is a taxpayer can make muore money by attentling to this duty, which only takes ai few uinutes. than lie can earn in several days at his regular business. 'lTh democruiy is pledged to reform the city government, ami to place it upon a business basis if it receivei the public support at Ihe poll. iery mal knows for hliuself what rc pullican; rule hore has Ieen, andI it is perfectly safe to conclude that it will tIe no hbtter in futur,' than it Vis l,Ceen in thl,. past. IlHncc, a change is neeuded-i a change tilnt will go to the very roiit of the evils that now exist-a chanc that will give us a vigorous, intel igent and businesslimo administration, in place of a supine and inefficient one which will leave the public affairs to take care of themselves. IRegister today if )ou take any interest in the city. ainI vote the demcm ratic ticket like men on Monday next. It is the citizen's ticket this i ear, and must succieed. (I.ItausnI.Iu5. are at a premium now for whetting up the knivei and axes of the republican factions. A ten-foot emery-stone will be worked by steam power at the header office. Holsteins are invited to tiring their cutting irons and grind them free of charge. I.orcis: stock was quite high early in the day, he himself leading as a bull of the commodity. But at 4 p. m., when 13urgy entered the pit for the first time Rolfe declined several points, and the bottom fell out of him on the first show of ballots. IT is said that L. W. Curtis offered to let Mr. Rolfe have the u e of hie "per ennial smile" for yesterday, but the great editor could not find it in his so-ca I-d heart to smile even a borrowed smile after the events of Monday night. HEPUBLICAN CITY CONVYENIOUN Itolrl. Did Not Get a ('IhaIe to D)eliver l|i. Great .pieeclh. ItuIrgy. IUrgent, EIllott anlud Iulwhins I 'rr tll thle Empty Basket. l)elgates to the republican city con vention met at thecourt house last night at 8 o'clock. '[ho candidates and their backers wore out in full force and be haved themselves remarkably well everything considered. W. M. 1. ole, the secretary of the city corn:mitte, in the absence of (' birnuin A :.I.. Dicarn~an, :called the convention to order. On iution .1. 1). \White was loected pi' ,id,.i"t and l. . I . I elynol(,l ese'r, tlr: Ir' t mlll. 'TIhe chal r aiipinted h11s:rs. \Vale. \'rizht. Stalckhi.iis anl Ililehbrind a ntlllll t ll l ' credenitials uwho rll.eport' the nhmri. of ithe delegates published ii: ''II. Ii:lt' .l. " ti.lly ori lieg a- t p M~lesre. Ilill, .ullivan, liurgy and lK.s W.ere a'ppintei. Itco lutintittee on or-ltniiz tinn anil order of hLuiness anld reported, 'cli.uim edllilg tllat thie temporaryv otli cerrs e umalt, permnllanelt and tlhit the inuiatini,,os be made in the fhlliwic: ill r-: Ma;lvr. treasuror, uttrrne . I lic:' imagistrate. Nitminationis being in order, ltarry 1111i nominated W\. I". lurgy. A..1,. Sullivan nom:inated I. I'. llore in a live-ninrute speech in which hie lpoke fe,,lingly of the great land owner h.llp and euinuitnt legal learning of hi; ,·lnlidahte. No tiears were shed wheni i. esub.siled, but silenco reigned sup rellie trl,iluhout the assemblage. Mrelsrs. (t'rtiss and McClelland n-re appl(iutel teleirs. The roll was calli nlu tih, ,delegates voted with the follow rg results: W. F. Blirgy ........................18 II. P . l , lfe .... ........ .... .... ...... 1 ()n the lhair announcing the rei:uli I tere was grieat applllause and the spec ttlratr were all cgl;l that the "great" anl "'eminent" lhad beer squelched in his own housel.ti. Tlhe typo written sp.ecth was n)t dtlivered. .SNext in order ias:; the nomnination of a can.lidat, fur city treasurer, which re suited as follows: iirst Iballot -lu;hutt 13, W inter: 1t, IFrary 1: IF ster :. Secoand halltl IJl!iott 11, Vint,.r; 11, 'Irary 1, l't . .r i 'lthird and Fourth balloten - Ell Itt 1i and, \Vinters 1; ou each hallot. Fifth n allt Ellyott 17i , Winters Ib. . 'iThe text in rt asr waor ity at;erey tlic itih trn .\. 'nlgent was nri,.inat cl withol t pr positlio. an til opponet wit the primary elction and his friend w,.re too busy sharpening their ktni.e' for next Mlonday's sklnning bee. The text fight was tur the ollie of police magistrate. 'T'here were live can. didates for this ofilice and the vot,. was as follows: First bitlt--8. .. Hawkins Id, A. F'. Kellisonn . 1'. i11. Hughes 1, .1 E. .,oran 4, O)akland 2, J. A. Largent 1. Hecond hallot ---Ilawkins 1, Mora , Hughes 1. Kellison :I. Each of the successful candidates made a little speech pledging support to the nomi ntees and thanking the dele gates. The chair appointed the follow:ng a ard central committees: First ward-- -esers. Phillips and Cur tis. Setcnd wari -- ,tisrs. Wright and Thuli ward Messrs. Ihcynlds anti shepkey. lFourtlh ward Mtlssrs. White andt liar herdt. I'. I.. Tracy wa. appointed cuutnittee. mtan at Itrgie. Ilarry Iii I ,ti'erted thet foillowiing pre amble and reslution w hich was adapt "T'he republicuan city cinivteltnla I.w awiCembile fully rtali-e the care t:hat eshouldl b exerciseI in sele.ting canio dates fir the city otlices soson to be elect. id. ant being ceo.rnizant of the responii bilities restimng upon the city oflicals andtl the ditliulties to ble encounterted in the adininistration of their respective ollices: anti. "Whereas. Numerous restrictions have been placed upon the past administra tion, anti particularly upon the mayor; then be it "itesolved, That we republicans in convention assembled hereby commnend the ihonest and fearless acts of the re publican members of the past admninis tration. particulariy of the mayor, C. ,1. We\bster." On motion the convention then ad journed. IT has lung been said that II. P. Itolfe could not be elected even to the otlice of constable in this town; but, lhke little wanton boys that swim on bladders' he ventured into the deep waters of politi cal ambition, and was completely en gulfed. FoRl the edification of the dear public which esteems him so highly, Mr. Rolfe might print that speech of acceptance in today's Leader. It would sound so elo quent, you know. after the incident of last evening. How quickly the news of Rolfe's de feat spread about the city. It was not three minutes after Burgy's nomination was made known before Messrs. C. M. Webster and iI. O. Chowen started for the hall. SKx:TCHsE of the democratic candidates for aldermen will appear in tomorrow's TatR.nl :. They are all men who dih serve the support of the voters of this city. IIA.uNS is regarded as a pretty guol pilot, but he got the Itolfian barque badly on the rocks yesterday, Liok out for squ llse across the street. FOrt AGKICIILTURAL BTUDINTS. Asetlnr Preidlnt I'olster Ry1S thue Ilo' 1n 1ehool Will Open in ineptemtler. Luther Foster. acting president of the Montana Agricultural college at lozne man, has just issued a circular in regard to admission and studies to tie pursued. 'Tlhe last legislatie assembly passeld :n act creating the Montana Agricultural college andt providing for its location at the city of Bozenman. In cmnlplianc+. with the provisions of that act the state blolard of education selected a site for thl, permanent location of the institution andl authorized its executive toardt to openl a preliminary term of school for the .or ,anization of the college sandt prepara tory to the I..ginuint of tle regulalr 'ol legt year in Septetu ritr lty the can Sgro..iinnal act undler which Montana te c'jll a state tih agricultural ctIlliego re c-i'ees aI a pl-rlttual eit'iottlin'nt II t..t,) arcrs f landl. In a hlitilon to this lanl rtrant, unltlhr an ant of teon irtn:t apprtoed A.u'z. l+' ,It. 1 , ,*Ith institution is entitled to aan llaloiiri'ltlonI frIni t]he I'nited S:laths trte;-ury of nlt.qj(i f.r- the yialr cq:.]ld .:: .1lluln :E). 1S.~1, Clo).(hk ) for 15! ,, : t-itit l f I'" l I,1,I* a tll ll a in e l crl n imril, e.'h yat Iny n ,I, uinltil thII annualt itt't- it frlil thi so lurcie rcthcsnl $u7.-I i., Thl'le gorviarhilit lgli'hlturlvl ex lr , t nl-tttit n conne-pti uith tht'' t i ,l z.- • - "-tnt-a fo r ite m aint t'n it t o t'+ , annu.0~ alqproprlittali of 1 ;.0it0. distln,'t frtqm lh<, meItlt',Hll' t ua'nt o 'I abo<Ve,. The~l inilltitltil n-ilw l'.aitstse '.tI a f ritt'l of P i tII< l i' i imrllll tep citty l -i ift fr i' ii tl'' c1I·iltlrrti, no f IbtrmllF' and thePI~ 11ounty ttii ll. + 'tli n' rIi n a lt ltl flit-si iu i-t it tb r exlil-' + . 1'l,lll l llllilrtl 1laliCP H'll~ B cisl' in t-ttl i ti. tl'i.- ar llt I'Jhit i-'tt rit to li: hsist 1t1 wi-ilrlitsf a I lnoti'',ss o ruitli3 lii-lt tim on liv. I i +teilat i- l tt l mbtlctt i tusin tcollur. is olroditaly in shor thand. iI<.rlttiak ii. .1 l dtepartmentuellll. ir, lop n to Ibith sae sy. ('ainelhhata,. for idmui+-i,)l t i the c 11,7 ',,urs, lit thl eli nn.in g ol l i iatisfat--' l Ir itl tuil atiL ry int rItu' iilc, l llini., ritit itnt critioitel, gf t or'ttyt cnglisht Ill niltar. itn'ited tltltes histIIIryi. andt itl1g, ebrii to I1himllel quotiiations(, Itn A it .rsts tf thet-ii who t ird ef tht prt-li ilre f'tr the tolltien work. ItIlases.' i will It I n ir , i hi ta l l h r au n h s i a i it I a b o v e i u r - ,ng th, o<llening horn,. It a itiohilnl to the re~glair pri'.,iratory sltudlic% a special business coulrse is oll'oio, in shorthand. tup. wl•.1rating.. biOokkeepmlii. emttiiin r cial't ani ii' e nl ent it I htia . Tui-i tn i if lt -r!ait frat'ry i-ild ,,leget - c~las...o, tUnt til enltraneso fee o f S2 is, chlar'.,.tl c~ <over htincidiital expe'i.(nse. .\ fr,' iof @lt is r<,, uir~d <,f the ao who putrbsull th bu sl. laines cour1':;0 T his wil1 tin mitnt tn, studtehnt to< tiik till of the' <emol'.l thait hi, <'ti rei'.tlablyh <arry', • Througzh th,' cut,,ll'ay "of[ ttbo c:ity w.hm.! h,,;rd, itho milh,. will ro'iUpyl ili:artr r temoln ra'rily iln the lhaze, triali high wh't'll IiholiinL,. Tn, alnnouni¢ce til il .l the i.;ullse of 1tu11 all. n., h. ehr' liilt iorhe, iiform'natioll r'lati've to. t1h, walk of th- motninre. toir will i., r,'il' T *,nlty G;irlh i.sitegs. In thlie Qukllir City thIre is a will knowsll lnllllls and socie'ly |ifsill wllo pursues a strikingly ortigianIal line of lcon duct. In his business he is quiet, reg ular and indlnstrious, and particularly prides himself upnll)ri thoe tIlttn'ess and accuracy which clhlaracterized his books of account. During the social season he flits about from entertailnltenlt to en tertainment, frequently attending operas and playhouses, always having with hinl some one of iI score of girls to, whom helnil pays more or less attention. When asked why he had so nmany girls he said: "Oh, all girls talk as they write -very much alike, but still there is ls:ire variety in twenty than in one. Besid.es, I L:ep i a regular set of looks at homie in which I enter every cient I sp.end in thin, iail it affords ite i lnsidel l]ra le h ni i iii l 'il Oi., ' t. For instance, I ciharge o-t I Iii;atlr tickets, flow,:r., suplper amli carri '. hire, and then credit it with the anmioumt of pleasuro I hald-'Pass l l'h, time lon joyed,' 'Enjoyed tihe evening iugely,' etc. The girls who afford nte the most enjoynlllet receive the greieter Iibllllller of invitations, so I think I may fairly say that I set k relasxation aid pl .lureu,, in tlhe slin way that I attend to yil bulitess--n a lyptein."--hillulhia Price. Odd ('lt str In Ilraill. A Wontiil lately returnedI friom Brazil tells 'f the cunrious iloltuClatlire (If it streets of P'ari. They are Biblical or Commlluniilorative of sno ll 'event iln th Brazilian history. It sveinwd Ito hI r quite irreverent to lite toldi that ta desira ble location was 'at lthe ctllw.r of St. Jolhn the allptist and St. John lith, Evan gelist streets." She went wilth her u'it., who was on hlill.ss, to dline at. the house of ii welthy erelihaut. Everything was very gire ,us raid lavish ill Southl Allric;lin style, lut oii leaving shie was iiniiazed lto have her hospitable host say to ilhr. "If you have any washing send it hert." II is a custom there, it i.eems, for woaltlhy householdls t take ill Iltendry ,work as an employnient 'for their large. irtinue:i of servants.--- C(or. 'Utica lherald. Slow Sallivtn Ceomposer Mulce. Sir Arthur Sullivan, the composer, was recently asked where lie he was able to compose best, and under what cir cumstances his ideasflowed m1ost freely. He replied that there was no place I in which he had so mainy inspirations as I in a railway carriage. There is some thing in the rapidity of thie motion, ill the clanging of the iron and in the whir ring of the wheels which Iseens to ex cite his imagination and supplies mate rial for a host of harmonies. -London Star. Try IMan Coal. G. E. Iloomer will handle the Dean Coal this winter again and all orders left at city scales, corner Second avenue south and Fourth street will receive prompt attention. Price as low as any other coal in the market. Telephone 31. I for Itilt. Bar and restaurant privileges at I huIn wood Park are for rent for the season. r Apply to J. D. Taylor, (Great Falls Boat I House. ) DEMOCRATIC CITY CONVENTIOUN Ir. (elethorl'le. ltalton. ('lark, nitli Mlerrill Are the Winning i;1.,:. 'ral.llnd lhIInet M1en Nomli til ltted for thie V s-eal 4 (h'lies. iTe aljurnesd meeting of the demo tI-rati" city convention met at the court house last night at H o'clock and was Called to order by Chairman M. M. Lyter. Secretury J. P. Fitzgerald called the roll of d'legat.ze, s publishlled iu THE T'liu '..l: last Saturday and the delegations fron eaih wart were present. '1'I e , t.:4nitte on 'esolutions reported that tiny ai nt ditieem it expedient to prepare r '.oluti-ns as the people were well poste,. on tie affairs of the city. Thi, next oltr of business was the nloninatirn of a candidatet for mayor. .1,anIc I)on ,ioal n pla(ed in nominlation ir. \W. It. (;, !.itorlo for inayor in a hIlort speec'h. stating ti.at lie had a clean and tila:rnisihen record andi wan no ilan' llllanl but woal,l adilnisiiter the afIfair of.i the city in the interests of the people' and for the oity in a busineeslike | man~lene. I )r. Crutchier tomina1ed John \W. .Stanton. ibut hit nriae was withdrawn. )n motion iof lRobrt i',ntet inl see ,1,nd4 dl by tI):. (!illtcii-r. the nolllinauion of I ir. \V. It. (hIlthlorpe was made by Th'1II dltior w\ ialtled Ii to tfront and tlhainkid til ll.iegate's fir the honorcon ferred Uitn hLi atil sait hi e would,. if ,livt~ld. isechiarg tlite duti:' of the ulitie to tl:, Ii.st if tis ability. That he had it, 11Ii pildges or pI)rniosi"i to any per son an11 that he woult diil his duty to wards the peoplel r.airdllesu of party (tie. The nett nomninatin was for city at t w'ey an,! Charles Wegner ntominiiated Johln \W. Stanton, and Ilobort Pontt iolninated al. M. Ityter. A. vot was tlaken which resultld ia follows: S tantu on ................ ............ 1: 1. telr . ....... .......... . . ...... 17 Jir. Stanton hiavilng receivedll a mIlajor ity of tlhe votes e(i:,t was dleclared the nIltlulll unanimi unl rrlv. For city treastlerlll .Jamell I lonovan ntliirIttlt C. 11. (lc lark, thte present in eniabtll . in a neat s;rte lh.l and lll .h . It. l-S. Ford placed in roinallition W' .1. IIoyle. A haillit wa.r- takenl with the fol lowilg reiltei : i 'lark .... .... ............ .... l )tin lotin the nomination of .Mr. Clark ilwas ltade unniious. Mr. t lirk 1was called ona for a slpeechli tiiil Ile thanked tle dleogate- fur the niminuat ion. the iliinationll tf a icandidlate for po lie uillgistrate was ii xt in order. )r. . A A. Sweat nominated Frank A. Merrill in a few well.timt-d remoarks, anit 'Tihoias Ei. rilady scondied the nominiila tion, sayinlg that Mr. Merrill wan a gioiod and true uman. honorable in all his detal ings, and comietent to dischargte thie duties of the o.lice. 'I'here being no iothr nominations W. M. Cockrill moved that Mr. Merrill be declared thie choice of the convention for police magistrate, which was carried unanimously. Mr. Merrill thanked the delegates for the honor and said he would discharge the duties of the ollce to the bet of his ability; that he would deal justly in oll matters brought before hini for ijudi cation. iHe was not bount lty any pledges and was free to act ia the inter ests of the people for a pure and good government in the city. The nominees for the several !!i, et' were heartily tcheeredl at til i. ,it tiieir iJddres'os of aeceptante of ti. There lirng no othtei busini - to traniseact the 'onvaentiion atdjourned .I n .lie. tivns of the !pepil.'s party in 1 ;r":t I ails nl't in 'l UIcu in Labor lnil aill Irll pflacit in n1 ilinattl, n a frll stl , alnd ward ticket. .lutf C. .'ampbell wa el ct,,,1 ,:bil man and iMr. Warner .ecretary. A.fter a general talk ove thi 1 Itutiuu of atrtaire in the city anl, ,i rmneat n.o ce..ity of a lcane( of igii.1 I:. at ion in city affairs the followi,: uty u:lI ward nolinations were unllit l u, . n-w.sloe!,: Mayor --Daieel McKav. ('ity Attorney M. M. Lyter. ('ity Treasurer -1.. 1I.. llid. I',lice Magistrate (). 1. I lhiin. 1.1 i, . I I: N. First WaV l Mutt D)unn. Secornd Ward -.\... Sullivan. Third Ward - F. I)..Ioscelyn. 'Fourth Hard--Charles I). Wilt. loug t rio; lE. Ilerberdt. short term. .\fter alppinting a cominitteu on reso lutions and selecting a city coxmmittee the convention adjourned. cILt TE3IPI:lt.aNI'E. .1a .ºPlr'ntl fromn thei I'. . 7'. 1' . to I1e'l tlls o Il ie ('au..e Here. It is hoped that a notable arrest of thought will be the result of the presen tatiun of the great "world's petition" of the W. C. T. U. to all civilized nations. In order to aid in defraying the necee wary expenditures all white ribboners the world over are asked to deny themselves something to which they have been ac customed during the week beginning April :1, and givn. the money that would have been used in its purchase to the world's W. C. T. U. The Great Fails union would hereby invite all women who are interested in the cause of temperance and reform to join them in this self-denial for a worthy cause. 'T'hough the offering of each is but a trifle the gratid total will be a lever Lo lift the world into a higher plane. RIudolf Albrecht and Frederick Ven 1hr, both natives of Germany, were ,ranted their final naturalization papers yesterday by Judge Benton. NPEAKING OP PARK MAKINO. A Florist lives Nome.Timely Observations On thil Interesting NubJect. In an .interview yesterday with Mr. Russell. the well-known florist of the B. & M. addition, a TnrauNuE reporter picked up these points on parks. Mr. Russell said: "In the selection of a site suitable for a public park, our aim should be to pro vide wholesome recreation for all classes of citizens. It should be situated where the tired workman will find it convenient to spend on hour, or where those who are confined in an office through the day can repair to inhale the pure an fragrant air, and to invigorate the senses with a sight of nature's colors. "Too much care cannot be exercised in the arrangement of drives, walks, fountains, trees and flowers, and to avoid everything which is calculated togive the appearance of crowding. Roads mlust accommodate themselves naturally to the shape of the ground. Easy acoess shoiuldt be had to all polint of interest through broad and shady avenues. (Ureat care should be taken also in ar ralnging groups of trees and shrubs for pit turesque effect the object being im p'ovet'nent ald ornamentation, and at the Funie,- tium presenting a pleasant in terrupliou t, the view. "Extra atiention should be given all lpints of entrance as the iu. t"ession hilri:l visitors irceive on entering has ilmulI to do \itlh :le opinion formed re igradilng a park. Judgment and practl cal experience will be required in plant ing treiec to harillonize and yet alford a sullicient contrast. No city park is com plete without a collection of all the cho,icest and mnost useful trees, shrubs and plants that may be protected in winter. The nuestion of cost is of no importance comipared with the pleasure and instruction they impart, and a good park is a credit to the city and its resi dents. It will inspire in the minds of many people a desire to study the beau ti-sf nature, and to reproduce around their homes what may be seen there. 'While generations to come will rejoice Stllhe heritage of a monument to the fur-thought andl wisdom of their ances tors." THE GREAT MORMON TEMPLE, i'riellur.utito lis Iml iinailg i lellicalory IF\rcisvcs to (Contlllinuell for Several flays. `! It 1Lie I o.'r wdd with ainlito - fl-rm :very Point of the ('lon it~iM,, Si.r IL 1: Crrv, Utah, April 3.-The Isenii annual conference of the Mormon I chulrch bguan yesterday. The dedica tory ceremonies of the temple begin April 1 alnd run to April 18, inclusive I TLo prograirum is to admit 2,130 daily, that being the seating capacity of the main ro:n of the temple. The presi dent has isr-ued public notice of this, also notice designating the stakes of .Mormondomi wherefrom saints will be admitted from day today. Thus, April 6;. afternoon, it is announced that twen ty-live will be admitted from Alberta stake, British Columbia; thirty-three from Snowflake. Ari.; twenty from St. .Johns, Ari.; twenty-two from Maricopa, .\Ai.; :.3. from Ilannock, Idaho; twenty five from San ,Juan, Utah; 173. from ('as sia, Idaho; .2l from St. George, Utab: I 2001 from Panguitch, Utah; 240 from Imitery, Utah; 1(0 from Parowon, Utah: 1:o fronm Ileaver. Utah; 178 trom Cin tal, Utah: :17 from Malad, Idaho, and the Salt Lake City choir of tifty, making a total of .1401. All these places are ap I plied for. and admission will ho strictly on ticlkets supplied on the recommenda ion, of the bishops of stakes, stating that the. applicant is in good stand inrg, had paid all tithing ac counts. t.. 't'hc e gates through which ail mias pass are slecified. The above list is r;ut a sample of the allotment for the forenoon and afternoon of the thir tien lays. All stakes will boe gne thriu.glh in like manner. In the bbigger stake. larger numbers are allowed. Thus Salt ILake gets in on e!,ven days to the nulmber. in all, of lS.77t(. The total I lumber to pass in all days is 3i(,G3t.l It is supposed the ceremonies from squad to squad will Lie a se;ii-daily repetition, so that all can see the same things and hear the same songs and discourses. 'The ten plie was crowded this mlorning at tie preliminary exercises. The sor vic: si opened with the hymn, "Come, Let ('s Ane-w Our Journey I'ursue," render ed by a choir of 110 voices, assembled saints anl organ. Apostle 1". \W. Lyman leredl the opening prayer. President Woodruff, Presidential Counsellors ;ieorgo Q. Cannon and Joseph I'. Smith, and all the twelve aptstles, except one, weor prei.ent. P'residnt \\ Woodruff spoke, thanking '-od for the privilege of thanki,,g lo,Uti saints for their prayers that the hops and prophecies might be fullilled. Canon followed, recounting the viciseitudes of the church. The city is crowded with saints from every point of the compass. Fully 30,000 will attend the dedicatoryservices Thurs day. roiu Canada, Mexico, Europe and ' the islands of the Pacific they have jour neyed. The great temple, 40 years in ! building, is a marvel of architecture. Thousands of tourists are coming into the city. It is estimated that 60.000 vis itors will witness the dedication cere monies. Rights at the Fair. For use in "The MacKaye Specta torium" at Chicago, will be supplied fif teen of the largest passenger elevators ever built. The contract for furnishing these immense passenger hoists was re cently entered into by the Columbian Celebration company and the Standard Elevator company. These elevators will be guaranteed to carry 10,(00 persons per hour and will be more rapid in their mnovements than any elevators ever con structed up to this time. They will b used to transport the people frot th ground floor of the building to the va ous galleries and to the roof garden restaurants and tower. When complet they will form a moast interesting exhi in themselves.