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HONEST POLITICS-HONEST ELECTIONS. The Issue In Isswi.
Tribune, Publlwliorl Evory KrJilny ltv THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. A. 1$. Khaim.i:, Managing Kditor. l'at. 1110 and I'll promise (o pat you seems to lit! Cow Dockery,s motto. I'roin tlio cry of dissatisfaction over the Stntc tliu chief executive or Missouri must now regret tlmt there were not us ninny World's I'liir Coinniissioiierships as he pro-iniscil. PLAN OF PARTY ORGANIZATION. nv A. I-'. siiiii.NKK, Secretary State liopub liean Coiuniittee. Organization is power, and in the or ganization of a political party lies its strength. The success of a political party is in concentration of its efforts. Around soiue centre must all its strength he gather ed. The force of an army is in its organi zation ; we have no hotter proof of this than the late Spanish American war. While (he whole American people were clamoring for war the President was going ipiietly along, thoroughly organizing the army An Indiana exchange in speaking of Missouri says : The Lord will not lord; fa vorahly on a State that allows the Republi cans only one congressman out. of sixteen when they cast Hi per cent of the vote. in the minutest detail, ami making every prepera tiou possible, and as soon as this was ef fected he pushed the organized forces to thu front, and in a few short weeks the strong Spanish forces were completely demolished, and our army and navy won one of the most signal victories recorded in history, and place our people at the top of the roster of the nations. Our military success was due The Republican partv in Missouri will have'10 0 ,lm" " O'"1'""?1' J'"'"- a broad minded talented man to fill tUo ! P1-' 'tfmznt.on or eyery detail or the governor's chair in lilt) I. ,,mui'' One or the ablest men in '" t,U! " political party Missouri to-day is Cyrus ' ",IHl 'H! a thorough andconiplete organ! r.Walhridge,' a man whom .' station in every detail. The basis upon CVHUS IK WALDUllHlll upon all the states could view with credit and . which such mi oririinizatinn should he say he truly rellicts .Missouri. formed is the school district in the counties, A big word is that word relleet and a big ' t" cities the block system. ICaeh man is that man Walbridge. When we can lil'"' hIiohI.I have a school district say (iov. Walhridge the majestic greatness committee, composed or the chairman and of Missouri will then he trulv relleeted from secretary, ami lour members, The district should then he divided into four eipinl parts, with one of the members residing in each part. The duty or thu school district chair man is to preside over the committee and di rect its work.The duty ol' each member is to have full charge ol' the sub-division or the district, to make a full and complete poll or every voter, snowing ins political aiiiiaunii; the capital. The cement or victory is organization not a desultory organization, hut the well founded business organi TIU1 CIIUI'NT zation, a sort or a close o VlClORY corporal ion as it were to further a deliuate plan. Hvnry Republican in the county should or esteem it his "randest privilege next to his eti: ting votcro to the polls, then every Repub lican voter should be sent for at. once anil vatcd before the polls close. The County Central Committee should ho composed of one member from each vot ing precinct, and no more. In case where there are more than one member of the county committee from a precinct the re sponsibility is divided, and besides one or both arc so likely to shirk his duty. There can be no unity of action, Resides a mem ber for each precinct, the committee should consist of a chairman, secretary, treasurer, ami the executive committee. The chair man should always he allowed to select his executive committee, which should consist of about five members, in whom he can have absolute coiilldeuce, and with whom he can constantly advise, ami thus direct the management of the entire campaign of the county, besides providing ways and means for the work of the coiuniittee; The secre tary of the committee should make up a poll of the entire county and keep it up-to-date by the changes reported from the pre cinct committees' and if a votr moves into li different county, it is the duty to notify the chairman or the county committee of the county to which he removes, llesides, it is the duty or the secretary to make a copy or the county polls for the chairmen of the Congressional i ami Stale Committees. All changes of conditions, new additions to the part, and any ami all changes affecting thu party vote should be reproted, so the entire machinery will be in close touch and up-to-date at all times. The county organization should con sist of: Chairman. County Committee, selectejl by 'County Convention. Secretary, County Central Committee, selected by County Committee. treasurer, County Central Committee, oi.pation religious views race, .... tmly, 1,, , (, lt. Oo.i.i.ii 1 1 e. and whether a land holder. Resides, he Uxocutivc Committee, t three of live t i i it ... j i i i.i i ..! r .... . :.. i ....j... .... .... ....., ,,. .. m.ne M.UI. r j ....,,,... ... (l.,.m.m.u,.H mMwl ,,r,lviWin,) itt.i l ml ... .... ..i' il i! i' i. j. ill .if Ihu iliifnti till twit il ilwt jiltnii ' ' in mi- inumiii iiji in uir iMiMMWUHMl Ul m-nivi. uuw iioinj nv; hum- hiMI'L'Ilm Miilnritiiil lit tliu f MitiSi'iniiii th.scounly. Lvory.nan esteems ,.s fain- man "f Ins dHnct. and keep the poll a all I Tlto members of the con.n.ittce should ch.se and yet by the reason ol inactively il limes up to dale. As soon as he poll is ;,,,,.,, f nu representative only, from each does not always reap fori,,,,, all the bene- comp leled the chairman should nil a meet-; im,u , at JmWtttUm Ills ,t shou 1,1. Let us then cement our- u,g o the coinuuttec and a comp etc poll ol , lmM )p ,m , selves together with he grand old principles the district Mould then be made up by the (o vmWilm we espouse constantly belore us n,l in (he secretary Iron, the polls o the subdivisions. fc, -s v(.m ,,,,,,,.,., ux.4io ,,,;,,; ii.iuu.iMiim len.ry Milan siauil WHO IICI .i im iiii'imiii me I'liuipieiu uii pin.iuu wi- school goiucn sceptre oxiemieii wailing to lie canvacd, and ways ami meaiw suoum ou touched by our united effort. Then the re- devised to enlist the support of every spousive "What wilt thou" ami il shall be. doubtful voter: and if the member ol' the giauted even to the half of the kingdom. committee is unable to roach a certain voter someone should be selected to haven per- To accomplish anything in politics it is nee- soual interview with him and endaavor to cssary to follow a definite plan of action, enlist his siriport. ATter the poll is can h'or the benelit of those of vassed each member should appoint a cap A PLAN OP nnr friends noliliciillv in lliw tain in chamo of overv live or tun voters. smoke and ashes when n new order of things is on top. Yon know last year I told yon of tho fight for a delegated convention well, tho boys are again at the forks of thu creek with one branch labeled a "Delegated Con vention" ; the other a "Primary." As for me 1 am going on down the old stream not with the new party hut with the remnant of old. Did I say runinantV Yes remnant! All thats left of my grand party now is remnants and the coming election will only be a remnant sole. Look out for an im pression on your corns I Thu county press are remaining silent at. present, hut I think I can place thu fluid In one or my future articles. I am think ing very seriously or taking blank or tho lield ; thu Held or blank. Of course you know what blank means. Discontent has penetrated even the woods or Missouri and right here in Montgomery county and I dare say Montgomery City good men have been turned down Troiii the Governor's man sion as if they had labored only for run. Somu day I will give you Tacts, names and llgures. I believe in accumulated evidence and in accordance with that belief I have documentary uviduneu by the yard in my strong box. This is a great game they play in Mont gomery county and I am getting an assort ment or aces from every deck in the game. When I open up for true you will see High, Low, .lack ami the (iainu and it may lie thu rest of the deck. According to the plan or action there aru a hogshead or two of influence hciug brought to bear on the situation and tho result depends on the biggest bluff. The old line party is the stufr for me. I wont stand for reorganization and if it comes I will gather together tho little hand full left, and be crucillcd on the cross of Win. .1. IJryun. ACTION. county we give n brief out- whose business it should be to see every one I in mi! seiiueii tusirici cnuiiumcu, ami is se lected by the Republicans in each school dis trict. The school district coiuniittee is select ed by thu chairman by and with the advice of the Republicans of the district, or a mass meeting called for that purpose. This coiu niittee consists of four members and the olll ocrs. It is advisable that the ollicers should wnose business i s lion i tie to see every one . . ., ,. ... , 111. f.hfwmi fiHlM.Hi. ill H.ti .....ii.ii.M.ii. lji. Hi.il line of the course pursued in ersopually ami enlist their siipport for the! ' . '., , , , - I j i .1,1 I ft .1 . .... I , . . . int-i.iiM . ui nutiwu. ...U....IUI rugiirii. to paimuagc. i ne emiorscmeui ol j iicpuoiican iickci ; ami on election oay 10 your local committeeman must lirnt be se-; see that, every onu who will vote the Reptib eurcd if you cant get. his signature you : lican ticket is at tlie polls to vote, and if lie havu reached the cud at the beginnine;. i has no wav to get to thu polls, it is the cap- shall have charge of his territory, cxulus ive ol every other duty. WcHhoiild liavua uniform system ok' organization through the cntiru State, ami each county organiza tion should he the same. Political Je-viuw. Tha Dissatisfied Democrat Talks Once More. Well I have been silent so long silence Your locaf eotinnilleeiniui ,is selected to act; tain's duty to ' provide a way for him. As when he is called on and must either act. Tori soon as thu school districts are completed it or against you. jis the duty of thu chairman ol' the precint When yon secure the Hrst endorsement you j committee to call a meeting of all the school will find it easy to secure the endorsement "HstricL chairman who compose thu precinct . . ... . I ... i . it I .i I v. i a iitiiv nilUlltV I .r ii tmt !...! H ,.T 11... .t 1 r........!ii I ! ni.innnl iki. wlimi n fmittilimi iinll nl lint nm- ' . ... .. .,.Ju.j ... ,.,,.,.,.,. ........uuo - I became fmhcarahlu and 1 will low from time iiuiii iiiu uiainuau sum secretary. v lien ""v iw iu 141 mim mo .inn m mu you have tho endorsements of your homo or-1 different school districts in the precinct, ganization yon will be indorsed by the Slate I This poll should bo carefully canvassed, and State and Congressional committee and j ways and means devised by thu committee your appointment is secured. This is a sim- to put tho cntiru organization to work cn plu plan but it is iron clad. "Observu it, and listing now voters Tor the party. Thosuc- yon will succeed ; disregard it and you will fail ! 1 This method of proeeedurc does away with all "pulls" in politics and gives thu people the ehanco to do their own selecting Tho voice of the rank ami lliu is the guiding star in the Republican party of Missouri. rotary ol tlie committee should prepare a complete copy of thu poll for tho challenger, things to tune give you a few sidelights on political as now phases present, themselves to view. Well the old campaign is over and thu silver wing is dead or at. least judging from thu result in the St. Louis mayoralty race and the tenor ot the Democratic press it seems, to be a latent issue. Well I am l.i.i ,,r if .. ..... i 1....1. ...... .... ii. :.. to bo used on election day to check off each em) ,, wU,nit , rgin al, voter as lie lf ' f"1 J!1"'" my small change in silver. AYell, you know I or 2 o'clock that some of the Republicans U ,mvo ()f((!Il u IainC(, t() j , uis. have not presented hcmsclves to vote, or !satiH,ieti timu haH flllllle(l t,0 glowing that a captain has neglected Ins duty m gct-;cml),rs into a ,jla whIo,, ,,lm, wi01lly & The plans for the organization of the young Republicans of Montgomery County will be under headway ' soon and YOUNO ?; ovury jjod Republican in PUllLICANS. ,() (.111tv Mhn(, ju.iou As it is in business life so it. is in politics; young men for action old ineii for advice. The next campaign in Missouri will be an aggressive onu and as wo are going to work the "waste places" we must stand shoulder to shoulder if we would win. Thu benufits of united action are uvident ami in order to reap thesu benefits we must liavu a good activo man, thoroughly in har mony and in touch with the organization, in each school district in the county. Latent energy, while it is a good thing to possess, has never won a victory vntil it be came potential. On the samu line of reasoning a still hunt never linds thu game until it warms up into a genuine old fashioned fox chase. Thu moral may be seen at a glance. Tho result, or the last campaign in tho county teaches us that no rewards conic wiliiont great la bour. Lut.tis then boom thu Yonm- lf.....,i.i;,..... Association or Montgomery County! In view ol' tlie desperate effort somu r the Democratic leaders aru niakinir to 1........ Missouri from slipping from their grasp we would suggest as the only remedy that they extend the Xcsbit law to the country. Only onu thing, has held them back k r... ,..i that is they knew the temper of thu people. Thursday's Kansas Citv .1..... i the total registration at 101 If...... ,....i cm - " 'UI tout to, b p. m. Wednesday l lil!)2.-).' H500()re"- !., i -r...i i " inimi'ii i, eiinesiiay. 5jS Subscribe For Trie Tribune.