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   Atlantic Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 8, 1912, Atlantic, Iowa                                AUGUST s ft was greeted with This party shall hereafter bejcnown as progressive an It oT im con elections every pronduncejnerit primaries ihaV the national states hoJnatter whether th0 Jfiw vfras The rules length theorder oftiuslneB8 for stating specifically thatthe report of the res committee should be adopted i V i i V Outlet of Committee1 Ortlinedi Itwas pro might fill only until a successor could The new fparty recognizes the primary In the Selecting ot the and their terms are to begin as soon that no person office Under the member of the v t In to contests it was provld ed7tJbiatCwhere contests1 were filed in delegates contesting and ated should not be permitted to RETURNS INDICATE GOVERNOR OF KANSAS WILL BE STATES W EXT U aftei con the re plajtfonr Joiild be to was waduoeS 1 e r mow ihkh thev consciousness rf3Bp that we1 mayvhave the knowledge are with4heV Let us be In and lifted by the hope that td be guided by thy As In thepast tbbu Inspire the foun may you inspire Lei thjB ever remain haven for oppressed let those sheltei in Its borders know that there Is no trust more exalted than maintaining After the prayer the trombones brought Into requisition and struck in to The Battle Hymn of theRepub The audience Invited to i Join and it did and soon Glory Olory rolled to thebig steel girders overhead in an volume ot Permanent Albert for mer United States was con tinued in the He was elected permanent In of his services as The committee on temporary recommended that the temporary organization be This was adopted by unanimous When the rules committee ready to make its final report the Progressive convention was called to order at As soon as the con vention was restored to a semblance of order Chairman Beverldge recog nized Medill chairman of the rules He read rules that had been changed unanimously bj the committee The first was a change in the name of the The rule said that the party should oe the Progressive in states where under primary law another name had been used this should be deemed part of Four women W members at large of the was anoth er change recommended by the com It was greeted with A change in the representation recpmmendedjjywhich onedelegate for each for the Progres and that at least one Jl iA Kn AQ were It was1 further thai where laws of states regard the selection of dele were in conflict with rules of Nthe the laws of the as super 5 k Qhan3e lap3fe Jphn Hamilton of Illlliols an to tchange the naqie of tihtevparty from progressive to Natipn al or Progressive He explained that In some states the party was known by one name and in some states by the and the party should have a name that could be used in allthe states The dele gates and the motion to ad6pt the report was withdrawn The report Twas consider name Then Introduced meet later of the Beverldge T IHptchkiss Progressive PartyiNomnee for floor He said he believed the go today on the Twentieth Century venlence of the delegates He will go direct to Oystei count for something Half the delet gates his state wantedrto In the evening for their homes Eaj and will make the first of his speeches in forty states In Island pn August 16 He will eak at of 17 Ji Pa on said It was well known that the coitrfr was v r There Is nOjreason why we j not hear the speeches eulogizing the nominees Oklahoma Man Rebukes E L Perkins of the Oklahoma dele thatHhe time of a train j leaving Is of and inj dicateda lack of appreciation of LATHAM DEATH DETAILS TOLD of the brief time remaining before election no attempt will be made to deliver car tail One of the principal addresses will be delivered at the Minnesota state fair on Labor day T of NeV who told of in he his N York NeV York Is at last free sent from ct and one each dele gate for congressman at large rules were Tbc saidX Empire of oi pepple for years by Baibfs and isas free today as Cah and as grogressive as Kan sas was until It has all been done In 23 A few who have found that this movement is not a band wagon but a work train have de but the deserters are oujtnum bered by the accretions to our party Our organization has been perfected and stands for what New Yoi k should have stood for all the yeais The reports that come from up state are and those from the city on the Island are the New York has beeil ridden foi two We have been denied the direct primary Pand the bosses have made pipartisanship the byproduct oj Pemocrats whomre with us tell ua that In the greater city we will get 25 to per cent of the regular Tarn many New York is no longei reactionary New York still feels the chafing of the the ByVes off our New York marches onto pertain The chairman fpund some trouble when H to carry Its program to recess Cries of greet ed the A eecoffd was called for but the delegates No No A second was made from the stage Kariean but of Delegate Henry Allen Kansas rose and movedf that the convention proceed wltla nomlnatipn The chair pointed that under the tem porary rules and the permanent rules not yet adopted provided the nomlna tions come after the reports of all cQinmltteejfJhaa peen of Allen then ifyoved a suspension ol the declared out of importance of the new pprty He urged that plenty of time be taken to deliberate and drew special attention to the ExGovernor Franklin Fort of New Jersey the next speaker I hope a matter of 20 cr 30 minutes will not in the way of proceeding in or Dispatch From the Congo Describes Fatal Hunting Disaster on June Aug 8 death of Hubert the French who was killed while hunting in the Many of the New Jersey dele French is described in a dis gates were going home at but 11 pptch from a river port it Is necessary we will cancel our res ervations Finally a motion to amend all the previous motions providing for a re cess until 1 was put and carried Then the convention Mr Allen of Kansas renewed the motion he had the that the rules be suspended and that thfe hear the nominating speeches for and vicepresi dent He said there could be no re port from the resolutions for an hour and a The was seconded by Maryland and other states and was carried al most unanimously Chairman in announcing the result of the directed that the roil be called for nominations for Alabama was called and gave way New York There vras a who was slated to make the Roosevelt nomi nating was not in the The convention waited for Williams Refuses During Jr morning Bolton wired John Sharp Williams asking him if he would accept a nomination on the to the European edition of the New York Early on the of June 25 accompanied by a went on a shooting expedition on the right bank of the Chari river not far from Gayes He had wounded a rhinoceros and was about to finish theanimal when his rifle He seized another gun from the and At this moment a which had remained hidden In the Latham knelt and fired but onlywounded the which and tossed him He was killed cniost in iLathams body was buried at Fort June BALL BLAST PERILS SIGHT Golf Sphere Placed In a Vise Throws Into Phlladelphlans a golf may lose his the result of the explosion golf ball with which lie was ex The ball was one of as vicepresident on the bull moose several samples sent from thenniade a motjon and spoke In opposition to the motion I want to Say to Jie said that the Democratst have been se verely criticised for putting the can didates before the Let us not do the same Let us go and ourselves by luncheon and ticket The telegram told Williams that there was decided desire on the part of the delegates to name a southern Democrat Williams reply was Not by several he Roosevelt Is During the Intermission before Prendergast began to speak the hall filled The well filled before the convention work was ready to on After the delegates had worn themselves out with Indis criminate yelling and singing the brass prominent In the morn ing was brought Into Itled while the crowd sang Colum The first Indirect mention of Roose brought a round of cheers the bull moose call When he said My candldate is more than pandt he is a national theje was more cheering from then on every phrase referring to Roosevelt prpparfd foi Flinn of Pennsylvania theij got the thf Rionol fpr rn Tjt Tr in CprroainrTat1 leave Chica had proved far more lively than any its and in an effort ascertain screwed It in a vise for As the jaws of the vise closed on it there was a the ball shattered the acid with which it was filled flew in Gambles NAME COWHERD IN MISSOURI tohn McKinley Nominated for Gov on Both Sides Is Light Indiana Republicans Name Durbm President Aug Stubbs has defeated Charles tis for the latters seat in the United gtates Although earty re turnfc from the state wide primary teemed to Indicate the race would not be decided until complete Returns were Stubbs gamed so much in the country distiicts that it seemed almost certain the governor had won by a substantial majority Overnight work by the election clerks cleared up the contests in the First and Third Congressional dis giving the Republican nom ination to the An thony and P by reduced Democratic Race The Democratic contest for United States senator and governor promise to be will require figures from eyery county In the state to de cide mayor of To who is running on a platform which pledges resubmission of the liquor question to the snatch ed the lead In the gubernatorial race from George and it was a close eon and Hugh Farrelly were the lead Ing Democratic candidates for the United States Retuins indicated Arthur Capper had won the Republican nomination for governor over Frank Ryan by substantial Cowherd Seems Missouri a lead ol to in in Jackson in Buchanan William S Cowherd of Kan sas defeated four jearaago by Governor1 apparently won the Democratic nomination for governor over Attomey General Elliott W Ma Jor In primary a plurality esti mated at Although Major carried 50 of the 75 counties heard leading Cow herd by nearly in the it not thought the returns from missing districts will give him enough to overcome Cowherds lead in thf sections comprising the three largesl cities in the Three hundred ano fifty of 403 precincts in Louie give Cowherd a lead of McKinJey Named by John former lieuten ant was undoubtedly nom inated for governor on the Republic an William Painter had a safe lead n the contest for lieutenant governor Durbin for Governor of nomination of Winfield Durbin ol former chief executive ol for and the adop tion of a platform which pledged faith in the Republicans of the state to President were the features ol the Republican state convention held in Tomlinson hall The other candidates were Mayoi Shank of John Chaney of Sullivan and Charles Carlisle of South Only one ballot was re Durbin had 711 01 9 less tfcan a but many counties were changing to and the other candidates moved to make it declares in favor oi local woman workmans public utili commission primary elec tion and a number of other progressive Ail effort to out the county local option plank was defeated by a vote of to Jnmes Watson of Rush vlllewas the temporary chairman and made the keynote Judge Wai DARROW LAWYER IS FREED NEAR CELL FOR CONTEMPT Attorney Patwt Night at After Higher CoUrt Overrules Judge Los Aug Chief Counsel Earl RodgerS the in the trial of Clarences Darrow ap peared in court it was not after a night In the county to which had been sentenced by Judge Hutton for of With a half hour remaining of the judicial day after the imposition of the the associates of Rogers hurriedly made out application for his release on a temporarj writ of habeas corpus which was presented before Judge Sewell of San temporarily sitting in the course of Presiding Judge Willis of the superior Judge Sewell granted the applica set the hearing for Monday morn and flxed Rogers a which was furnished by It Is not lively that Rogers will ever be called upon serve his aa Judge Hutton imposing it ordered the lawyer to be committed until 9 oclock in the morning and flxed no Period of Imprisonment otherwise O F the witness who was on the stand when the was to resume stand for further Rogers designation of Mayer as a perjurer was responsible for his be ing adjudged In MEXICAN REBELS PURSUE 200 AMERICAN REFUGEES Mormons Fleeing From to Border Chased by Band Under El Fear is felt here among the Mormon refugees from Mexico because no word has been received the missing party of the Juarez and Dublan It is said that this which numbers nearly 200 is by 230 rebels led by Roque This bund of rebelsis reported to be near the line scutb of Indian Centenarian head chief of the Oteao 40 years and said lo be 100 years is dead at his hprneaiear Red in 1881 he head ed the committee that selected the present reservation in when his tribe was brought here from ter Olds of Port Wayne was the per tnanent Refugees from the col onies in Mexico continue to Mexico Charges that American women had been mistreated in Mexico were the subject of tele graph communication between Ambas sador Wilson and Mexican Ambassa dor Calero at The matter was brought up because of an editorial in a Baltimore paper in it was stated American wom en had been stripped and driven through streets of an isolated Mexi can Ambassador Wilson tele graphed Senor he knew noth ing of such an An armis tice and possibly a peace pact may entered into with the Zapatistas in a few GAMBLER CASE STARTS PROBE New York Citizens Committee Look Into Municipal Govern ment New another side development of the Rosentlml an attempt will lie made by a citizens committee to determine what defects in the present scheme of municipal government have made police graft and the Rosenthal murder possible In New York It is the opinion of the committee that the present situa tion Isthe result of conditions have been slowly corrupting the The committee includes Jacob Schlff and Professor Its chair man declared that he could not say what the scope of the present inquiry would no plans had been worked but that the inquiry would be nonpartisan and would not be aimed at any official or As he the movement is to secure better enforcementoflawand order in this PLAN BIGGEST REVIEW Diamond Imports July more than worth of precious stones were brought into this twice the average monthly importation of former New York September Gathering to Eclipse Those Former Years Is New ire going forward rapidly here and u Washington for a naval review in New York Harbor next which Is to eclipse gatheringof naval strength everbqforo held in American Thepresident and the secre tary of the naVy will review the page int the deck of the battleship Arkansas of the superdread Tramp Saves Girl From tramp saved Miss Jessie McKenzie of this place from drowning the Mouse Two hours later he was arrested for He told bis story in ex but friends of the girl denied the story for fearit would the ears of her and theKjrainp ordered out of Drops Dead at Schenectady 0 of ed iniinti the vrevl of her Hmripr in the Methodist Tremendous Wheat A Montgomery county farmer by the name of John who lives iu the vicinity of is either tlie champion wheat raiser of south western or the champion pre His bigwheat Held is partly on upland and partly on the river He claims the average for the whole field was 48 bushels to the but that for the bottom inie t ho li you like the Advertiser tuli vjlioi for your   

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