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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 5, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa Pm Cass Conneys Best no August per Sec m in control of the convention f was nomination majority close to 300 on every one Stich brought up before Itice republicans of Iowa 9th District has a caucus Campbell Heads Cass delegation general Byers precipitates enthusiasm by Stone Long endorse ment of Smith for speaker firemen win in prizes Atreco Ameet k convention results p Republican Iowa wrote Vilgo Rocisly progressive at a Conj even ton which was in uproar got the senators Cummins and and the insurgent delegation at Bwashington were enthusiastically the new Tariff Law was branded As la failure in the Light of the party pledge of president Taft received the most tepid of lukewarm endorse a sop of Harmony was Flung out in the endorsement of the administration of governor an attempt to use the steam Droller to make the state Central coi Smittee overwhelmingly pro cd resolve called pres maj july at hint of senator senator Cummins was tempo1 tray chairman senator Dolliver the progressive majority ranged j close to 300 on every the resolutions committee was six to the foregoing is a synopsis of f the convention to it May he added cheers and applause and music and howls of f Des Republic i an state convention was so completely control of the progressive element it it lost much of its interest to the lass of the when the Cau were held it was disclosed that had control of six Ine though in one there Peculiar which left the income i the convention came up to first test vote it showed that the restive majority was of the test came when two reports Jii Gre made for permanent a Iba Jorty report for senator Dolliver ind a minority report for Mabry on the vote Dolliver re Foj celled 834 votes and Mabry ten Tes went for Dolliver that might with n show of strength on the Roll Deyoe of Hancock the candidate for state super is regarded As an Able who will fill the office during the Wal Taft clubs decided upon continuing their organization during the next two years and they will maintain a Headquarters and do some work inthe Campaign for some of the candidates for special to the Telegraph Des Burgner died arms sick Fob three months wife prominent tailor Here died this afternoon of cancer of Trio stomach fourteen Stan Pat delegates from Cass county occupied the Center of the stage today in the ninth District the caucus was called to order in judge Howes room at the court House by committee Man George Wright of Council postmaster Williams of Atlantic was the first Man to get the floor and he suggested Sena Saunders of Council Bluffs As chairman of the the Dele affirmed this Harrison first at of Gates unanimously amen of the state the place which the caucus Temple d to fill was that from thursdays daily Emery wife of the tailor died at this afternoon at her Home 709 Elm Street of cancer of the deceased has been have been counted for the minority but for a desire to Aid a i for senator Dolliver spoke briefly and Good but did not discuss is Aires to any the convention Jig ave to both Dolliver and Cummins generous and especially reference was made to Roose Ruvelt the convention became wild with there was no show of disapproval of anything said or jut the discussions were in the main Good the platform com Nettee spent much time in preparing two reports and in the meantime be convention disposed of All other judges Deemer and Evans were renominated by on the first ballot for superintendent the was 364 244v 214 Lark 187 Ion the second ballot Deyoe led and a great Many changes were made to is Deyoe until he was platform then came the platform the majority report presented the Progress delve View and was read by Robert Healy of fort then colonel i Hepburn read the minority an extensive endorsement of president both reports re 1 a tved much applause from the differ j ent sections of the there was pc to when Roll Call came the convention refused to substitute the minority for the majority report by a vote of 568 to the platform was then f during the balloting a picture of Taft Vas shown and it was made the a Caslon for a great show of a picture of Roosevelt was in like manner and the other a vote parts of the Resolution finally got into the form of a to sustain the claim that the on of report could not be there was another faction with the usual the my in poor health for some time and dangerously sick for the past few she was operated Oil at the Clarkston Hospital in Omaha a week ago last monday and at that Lime the attending physicians held to Hopes of Burgher was born in Ger tier parents brought her to Unis county when she was just three years of age and located a burners parents were and and the father fid resides at sixth and Elm streets in this three Sisters they Are Emma Poch of hot Adele who insides ill and miss Ida 5octt who resides with her father deceased leaves a Little adopted Jeanette Burgner aged three Burgner was 42 years of age last she was a faith1 my member of the presbyterian the funeral arrangements have not yet been made and win be announced Burgher was conscious up to this morning and then passed away in a quiet Burg Ner and Olfer members of fam ily were at the bedside at the time of and Burgher were married november 1900 in the bereaved husband is engaged in the tailoring business Here and is Well he has done eve everything possible for his ailing wife but the nature of her disease was such that recovery was Burgher has the sympathy Atlantic people in his sad Bereave committee on Charles Chase of Atlantic was nominated but declined to serve As he stated he1 had important business matters which he must attend Williams of Cass county was next named and was Ili Osen member of tie credentials fight Over resolutions a division was precipitated when the caucus attempted to name a member of the committee on Reso Hiudt of Council Bluffs nominated Savage of Adair As the ninth District Charles nominated Elliott of Audubon the vote resulted in he election of Savage the counties lining up As follows Savage Elliott Adair Audubon 9 have the largest number in Parade second prize for Best appear Nob team gets new quarters in an automobile garage near the Square from wednesdays Dally Pactolus july has of the prow Money collared and dinner is just being announced As this Telegram is Beng Atlantic arrived in Good time and in Fine spirits and went at once into the Parade which started promptly at 11 the first prize for the largest number in the Parade was Given to Atlantic and the second prize to a lulls Ca won in the prizes for Best appearance Villisca won and Atlantic this Elvei Atlantic up to dinner time and Villisca Cash afternoon results the first race this afternoon the Hub and Hub 250 Yards and Thi result was As follows time 28 Villisca time West Liberty and Manning tied Foi time 25 Atlantic 30 red 30 first second third Atlantic gets no Money in this Republican state platform adopted by the convention at what the Marothy of the rep Bucan delegates of this state Befi Eif Are True Republican Phikip Westbe platform on which Iowa candidates Are Des Fol owing is the Complete text of the program adopted last evening by Cass Guthrie Mills Montgomery 6 Ottaw Ottamie 30 Shelby Rains general in Western Iowa Corn crop helped out tract locally every place in tills county and surrounding coun ties get Good Rains 10 totals so 40 Tom Arthur of Harrison county nominated Elliott of Audubon is a member of the committee on permanent organization and Al without oppose Liott was elected Campbell voted the Cass delegation on All these matters he having been chosen Tho chairman of the Cass when chair Man Saunders announced that a vote would be taken on the districts member of the state Central com Mittee general Byers of Harlan arose and stated that it is not with in the jurisdiction of the caucus to make such he said that this is the work of the entire state senator Saunders ruled against Byers and declared the caucus would proceed to make its own Saunders said that he had always understood it to be the duty of the District to select its own member and that he wednesdays daily Atlantic got a Little better than half an Inch of rainfall last the exact measurement according to weather observer being of an the rain was Gen eral and fortunately struck in co pious quantities the portions of the county which have been while a few Farmers have had to take a Day off because of wet Fields and Are retarded a Little in Harvest ing Grain they Are More than pleased to accept this Little discomfiture and get the much needed re ports by Telephone show that there were Good Rains at Des red Council Bluffs and prac locally All intermediate Farmers Are greatly the Republican state the progressive majority in favor of platform was text of the resolutions which the progressive majority on the committee offered in the meeting of that commit tee and which was substantially adopted As the report of the Are As follows the republicans of through their delegates selected according to the Law of the make the follow ing declaration of their views upon Public affairs they declare that to deserve the continued support of the people the party should oppose by every Means in its Power any political encroach ments or legislative interference by those who seek to reap extortionate profits through the acquisition of in just reaffirm National they reaffirm their loyalty to the Republican National platform of 1908 and pledge themselves to do whatsoever they can to carry every part of it into full they especially emphasize their Long and Well settled Faith in the Republican doctrine of its soundness and wis Dom Are beyond and it ought to be accepted As the established policy of the the last Republican National platform announced with clearness nirl precision the rules for its application to and when so applied it safeguards equally the interests of labor and and promotes equally the welfare the producer and the they do not recognize the revision of 1909 As a satisfactory fulfilment of the party Promise in order to bring the Tariff Law into a Complete compliance with the Rule of the platform it is necessary that the difference Between the Cost of producing dutiable commodities at Home and abroad should be correctly known therefore they state in the administration of state affairs a High degree of efficiency the part of governor Carroll and All of his official associates justly pm the continued Confidence of the path pie in Republican our in Atli Tut ions have been enlarged in scoff and improved in character and while the Levy for stau port is being a the Alcan candidates for state and Gressional office regularly atm Liatto have to their credit such Public service and Promise that of Call upon All republicans to rally their support and see that every on the ticket is triumphantly antitrust the republicans of the Mattel states Long ago determined it waa Sencial in a free country to substantial Competition in and therefore they through their influence was enacted the antitrust the sole objector which was to forbid agreements aft conspiracies in restraint of and to prevent monopoly in production and the republicans at Iowa favor not Only the strict of for Cement of the Law but they it should be Given additional Stream Ftp and scope in order to meet the vices of modern Railroad they congratulate the club Taffy upon the Success obtained in the Raff elation of our common hut they feel that there is yet much the be done to secure reasonable and charges for the service rendered and to secure for each Community the relative rates and charges to we Lett it is it is also Manifest the much is yet to be done to insure passengers and employees that Meas ure of safety which the Sanctity human life All Comoff carriers should have fair but not it is Clear that to enable the railway both National and to discharge the duties imposed on them by invt a valuation should be made of Thi favor the creation of an Independent physical properties of railway Cost nonpartisan Tariff which panties in order to secure an effective shall be the instrumentality of Conj control of rates and a Complete sync Gress to ascertain the difference be of tween the Cost of production Here and in other and publish they favor every policy which will the facts so that not Only encourage habits of Thrift and but the shall be advised of j among the but they belly of the results of its Una that the postal savings Law recently a a crowd did the Effort was made to Force 1ng the adoption of the plat just As presented by the major the convention elected the Mem jars of state who were of ported from the at no p the Day was there any everything was a few speeches were contenting them Republican state Central committed Des ii the following is the new state Central committee it will be made up first stand second third Park fourth Cedar sixth Oska Loosa seventh Des Page ninth George Council tenth Jef would proceed along that Elliott of Audubon nominated George Wright the present committeeman for sen Ator Junkin of Montgomery pro tested that the convention should not make the selection but leave it to the state Camp Bell of Atlantic and Charles Chase of Atlantic seconded the nomination of chairman Rozell of the gush re delegation insisted that it was not right for the caucus to name the member of the state Central Saunders still overruled the the pro Gresl ves of the ninth did not at tempt to name a member declaring that the caucus was outside its Jur the vote on the selection of Wright As a member of the state Central committee was for Wright with Montgomery and Shel by count Lea refusing to vote at there will be a minority report in the convention this afternoon and it Seema probable at this hour 1 Oclock that the convention May turn Down the ninth District Cau victim of paralysis wednesdays Dally special to the Are two cases of the new malady called infantile paralysis aged daughter of Skow and the Foury Earold son of Bell Are til such a commission is authorized i they approve the Effort of the presi passed ought to be amended in at least two respects a definite Rule of Fly Dent to secure the desired the designation of Postoff Ces As Tion through a Board of experts Posl tories should be played for that they profoundly believe that when the Tariff is again revised its schedules should the Money gathered at the Postoff cil in the various communities in which they Are established should be kept be considered so that each in the Banks of such subject can be dealt with upon its unto withdrawn for the purpose of own and thus secure fair and j paying or diverted by the impartial action upon the part of Conj Ordinary Laws of Trade and i they endorse such efforts As pres ii they believe that the conservation Dent Taft and his users have made of our natural is one of tit to Lul fill the promises of the j most important duties of the and which have been in the policy is Best understood Harmony Wilh the declaration of this by reference to thu often repeats j declarations of Theodore Vijoli Ivor and they commend to the nation extra extra extra special to Block Pioneer clothiers of this have determined to give the pie of Atlantic and Vicinity the greatest clothing bar gains Ever offered on High Grade hand tailored look for the and in this a 994 eleventh Rook there was a fight in the second District which resulted in ousting former progressive Mem Cus and name a progressive instead of George endorse Taft and Smith Kimball of Poltar Ottamie county moved that the caucus in Dent Taft and also endorse judge Walter Smith for speaker of the next Saunders ruled that he would take the matters up the endorsement of Taft was the endorsement of Walter Smith had no sooner been suggested than attorney general Byers hop Ped to nil Aud seconded the motion to urge the selection of Smith for this caused Hurrah and the judge was endorsed Dorse the administration great the Type of statesmanship exhibited by senators Dolliver and Ami they heartily endorse their work upon the Tariff the Railroad Bill and the postal savings the patriotic i efforts of our senators to protect the i Public rights from the greed of Spe Cial interests in National legislation has excited the admiration of the country their attempt to secure the largest measure of equitable revision in the Tariff Law was a Republican de sense of the Peoples welfare their insistence determined largely thu beneficial features of the Railroad and it is with Pride that the re publicans of Iowa recognize the contribution of their chosen representatives to the welfare of the revision of House they commend the action of House of representatives in revising its rules giving to the individual member a greater Freedom of express and initiative in the discharge of his and they endorse the contributions of Lowava representative to this most important Reform the republicans of Iowa ate the Best judges of the republicanism o the senators and representatives whom they Send to Congress and they reseat any attempt to exclude any o them from the honors and privilege which properly attach to membership in the rent Mccaa and the republicans of Iowa Are la favor of the policy As he Hai pounded and they insist that it shall be carried out by Public cers in Complete sympathy with views primary they regard with gratification am Pride the operation of the primary Law in this it has brought tall actual participation in the select lob of candidates thousands where before there were the some May be but such Amend meat ought to strengthen the Law and not weaken it they ought to enlarge the Power of the individual an not diminish the tendency of the times is to give the voter a Morf potential part in the management of the affairs of the country and they Are in Hearty sympathy with tendency under the operation of Republican Laws in Iowa Temperance sent Nteta Bias been Temperance territory extended and Saloon influence while Republican control la continued no backward step shall in any degree imperil the moral Wel fare of the they reiterate their deat Ebete of the election of senators of the dotted states by direct and until thl f Trio states can k continued on Page 9

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