The Norfolk weekly news. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1888-1900, April 26, 1900, Page 3, Image 3

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Convention Selects a Norfolk
Mr Hays Accepts With a
Characteristic Speech
Souutor Thurston HcniioiiiIh to DoiiiiiikIh
mid AddroSHOH tho Conontlnn Tlio
SoHhtuu Coiiilucteil With Kvery IHlriuitco
of Good Fooling liotwoon Faction
from Woilneeilnrs Daily
Tho opublicnu convention of tho
Third congressional district which is in
session this nf tcruoon ut tho Auditorium
is aud has bcou the occasion of moro
political interest than nuy meeting
which has been held in Norfolk for
several years and in spito of tho
showers there wore nu unusual number
of applicants for ndmissiou to tho
building on tho part of Norfolk people
quito a number of whom wero ladies
Tho delegates candidates and their
friends commenced to arrive as early as
Monday and during yesterday thoy
cmno in crowds on almost every train
By evening tho delegations were largely
present but some failed to arrive until
this morning a Jules Tonal delegation
that camo in over tho M O being
especially noticeable for their number
aud the large badges worn announcing
their favorite candidate
All day yesterday and up to the timo
tho convention was called to order this
afternoon tho friends of the candidates
were circulating among tho delegates
urging tho especial fitness of their re
spective choice for the position on tho
ticket The hotel rooms were especially
lively and the interest was manifest in
the groups congregated on tho streets
Tho stage of tho Auditorium had been
arranged for tho session with the parlor
scene in the center of which was a
largo portrait of President McKiuley
draped with the stars and stripes
About 1 oclock tho delegates began to
wend their way toward tho Auditorium
and by the time the gavel fell the build
ing was well filled with delegates and
spectators The delegates wero seated
in tho parquet while behind them in
tho dress circle were seated their friends
and out of town visitors Tho balcony
was given over to general admission and
was very well filled
Tho stand of tho speaker was in tho
center of tho stage with tables for secre
taries on either side A number of
chairs on tho stage wero occupied by a
number of leading politicians and states
men of tho district
At 2 20 Chairman 0 W Conklin of
Tekamah called tho convention to
order and made a short talk thanking
the committee for its good work aud
making other remarks pertinent to the
occasion He announced that tho
central committee had selected Judge
N D Jackson of Neligh as temporary
chairman nnd E A Liudberg of Wayne
as temporary secrotary
The temporary officers wore intro
duced to the convention Judge Jackson
responding with a speech very happily
worded and delivered his remarks boing
presented in tho manner which ho has
made so popular
A motion prevailed that a committee
on credentials bo dispensed with and
that tho list of delegates as prepared by
the congressional committee be accepted
Tho following are tho delegates
Dixon J H Brown PDFalos J W
Thompson R ARovsoH PShumway
A D Collins IIO Armour OAButler
Henry Allen D Armstrong J O Mil
ligan S E Cobb
Burt J P Nosbit Oscar Samson O
A Witherell P L Kork O J Swan
sou Thoo Palmquist E P Sissou Jos
Hall T R Ashley John A Audersou
E A Sears E B Everett O W Conk
ling J A Clark E O Houston J R
Sutherland James Steedraau
Merrick A J Bowie L R Riohard
son W E Kerr 0 P Newmyer W
O Sheldon M Martin H A Wells
W II Baird J P Spollman P Sweet
James Jensen W H Orites
Knox Robert Lynn O E Gallagher
O W Jones W A Needham George
Luudberg W O Wood E L Brooks
George Edgorton R D Robinson A
A Baker George W Chambers R II
Cedar H A Miller Frank Nelson
O Ritohio E h Dimick W P
Sohworin E R Guruoy Z Botfghu
L H Bruner S W Mosher G W
Wiltso W S Weston Bon Hollo
Pierce A L Button Georgo W
Littell Thomas Ohllvers O B Brande
0 W Potter N M Nelson A L
Brande Georgo Mitohell
Colfax Peter S Dutter P J Mur
phy 0 A Abbott James LangloyC W
1 Allen J D Wolfe E II Phelps
Thomas Bryaut N W Wolls
Booue S D Allen II G Cross
Georgo McCliutock P E Silkett
Georgo W Brown G 11 Doughty
Victor Johnson J A Prico II 0 Vail
S B Moroherttl P D Williams O M
Needham 0 P Plum M Thompson
Dakota William Clapp T D Curtis
Atlco Hart Moll A Sohmoid Mar
tin Lockwood John Estaque It D
Wayno J B Manning E A Lund
bnrg A II Carter 0 Hairlgllat M S
Moats Nelson Grlmsloy E D Mitchell
Georgo 0 Morrill E Cunningham
Grant Moars J G Miller
Madison W M Robertson F W
Richardson O E BumhuinC A Rnn
dall W N Huso A N McGinnis
Wm Parkinson S A McKay W H
Hutchinson S O Campbell W H
Bucholz S II Grant Ghr Selmvlanil
Norman Ochsnor J B Barnes F 11 L
Willis Potor Rubondahl David Whltla
Dodgo R L Hammond 15 W
Hooker Ralph Johnson Chris Oussack
J P Lambortson 15 0 Burns 11 P
Boobo T W Lyman John Ross Errio
Morrcll 11 Dions D A Elder A K
Dame A J Fornmn William Nicol
William Becker L D Richards Samuel
Etchlsou John HernsrCal Wormword
O 0 McNIji
StantoTi Charles McLcod Alox
Rogers S D Donnoy Otto Furst Otto
Becker John Eborly G A Euos
Georgo Barr
Thurston W E Peebles M Eniing
ton W B Warrington R II Josboru
J S Lemon II S Smith
Cuming A J Langor William
Gauuou John Bysoug T O Fleming
P B Alderman A D Bccmor Joseph
Bleukiron W P Sinclair Ira C Wil
liams James C Elliot
Nance John Porterflold W H Sov
ereign J A Storch J A Osborne D
McLean Goo Edwards P W Wuko
G S McOhesuey Henry Stocks D
Platte Carl Kramer Ed Hoaro H
B Reed R G Strathor E M White
P M Cookingham Geo Barnum W
E Colo Goo I Clark D H Herring
ton Harry Lamb Bert Galley E II
Antelope J P Boyd N D Jackson
H C Torpiu G II McGee Geo Coup
laud Joseph Crippen Geo Swat L
Thompson H J Hads Judson Graves
M C Bressler
Tho temporary organization was on
motion made permanent
A motion prevailed that a committee
of five on resolutions be appointed by
the chair
Moved and carried that tho delegates
present be empowered to cast clio full
vote of the convention
The chair named the following gentle
men as members of the committee on
W M Robertson Madison Ross L
Hammond Dodge H O Vail Boouo
J R Sutherland Burt A L Brande
Under the call tho election of two
delegates and two alternates to tho na
tional convention was the nextorder of
business but a motion was made that
tho order be changed and that the selec
tion of a candidate for congressman be
mado the order of business
An amendment was offered that two
delegates to the national convention and
two alternates bo now elected tho two
receiving tho highest number of votes
to be tho delegates aud tho two receiv
ing the next highest to be alternates
Moved as a substitute to the motion
nud amendment that tho convention
proceed with tho regular order of busi
ness as stated in tho call
On tho roll being callod the substitute
was declared lost
Tho motion to proceed nt once to the
selection of the congressional candidate
was finally carried
Moved that an informal ballot bo
tnkeu by call of counties for caudidnto
for congress and the motion prevailed
The result of this ballot was an
nounced as follows Jule Jenal 70
Fremont Everett 78 John R Hays 10
Tho ballot indicated a pretty even di
vision of delegates between the three
candidates and it looked ns though tho
business of tho convention would settle
down to a contest as to whioh had the
best staying qualities
The first formal ballot didnt ohaugo
tho result tho vote standing Everett 78
Jenal 70 Hays GO
Tho second ballot showed n little
chaugo Everett getting 80 Hays Hi and
Jenal 09
Third ballot stood Everott 87 Hays
CO and Jenal 02
Tho fourth ballot resulted Everott
01 Hays 00 aud Jenal fiS
The fifth ballot was never anuouueed
but thoro was no question as to what its
result would be On this yoto Thurston
county mado a break from Jenal its sev
en votes beiug cast for Hays of Norfolk
This unnouncomout was greeted with
cheers on the part of Hays supporters
nud their enthusiasm grew to vociferous
applause when Platte aunouuood her
18 votes to Hays This was followed
by Nance with her 10 votes Knox
with ll Colfax with nine and Pierce
with niuo
At this point Ross L Hammoud of
Dodge arose aud moved that tho selec
tion of John R Hays ns tho districts
caudidato bo mado unanimous and tho
motion was carried with cheers
Mr Hays was called for and escorted
to tho platform amid tremendous ap
He Bpoke as follows
Mr Chairman aud Goutlemen I do
Injustice to my own feeliugs if I do not
first express to you my keen apprecia
tion for tho distinguished honor whioh
you havo this day conferred upon mo
Coining as it loos 1 tun doubly grateful
Gentlemen I havo not words to express
to you my feollngs upon this occasion
Mr Chairman I bollovo In this grand
nation I bollovo It is tho sacred koopur
of tho greatest of all governments I
bollovo in this government nud in this
nation 1 would havo within my hoait
tho reinoinbranco of this nation 1
bollovo this government is In tho keop
lug of tho republican party I believe
its best interests iiro promoted by tho
republican party Boforo I was old
onoitgh to voto I wns with it I worked
for it 1 fought under It Gontlonion 1
had thodistlngulslHd privllego to cast
my first ballot for Captain Ulysses S
Grant Oheura
From tho timol inarched in the pa
rado as a private until this day 1 havo
always boon proud of tho fact that I was
a republican And gentlemen I havo
had tho honor of taking political orders
under Captain Grant undor Garlluld
and under Win MoKlnley
If it shall bo within tlio providoneo of
God that I shall represent thN district
In tho congress of tho United States
and if at tho expiration of Unit torni
when 1 shnll relinquish to you tho obli
gations of that oillco I shall bo weighed
in tho tmlnnconntl not bo found wanting
Tnon I shall bo content Gentleman
ngaiu I thank you
Froinont Everott was called to tho
platform Ho was pleased to say that
this office had boon given to ouo who
could hotter boar its burdens than him
J F Tonal was called for and mado a
short address thanking his friends for
their support Ho said ho thought tho
convention had mado no mistake in tho
selection of a candidate nud ho prom
ised his hearty support
Sonator Thurston who was prosont
was called for and made ouo of Iuh
strong characteristic spceohos in bohalf
of republicanism Ho was greeted with
cheers aud his remarks wore frequently
Tho convention thou proceodod to
take a ballot for delegates to tho na
tional republican convention Tho first
ballot resulted
John D Haskoll 105 A II Torpin
100 Henry Ragats 117 N W Wells 85
S Sanders 25 aud Henry Ragats waB
declared elected
The second ballot resultod in no
choico aud the third elected John D
N W Wells and Nelson Grlmsloy
were elected alternates by acclamation
A motion prevailed that tho nominee
be permitted to select tho chairman of
the congressional committee
A motion was made that this conven
tion endorse R B Schneider ns member
of the national committee and that all
honorable menus bo used to secure his
election Roll call was domnuded nud
tho motion was lost by a vote of 82 to
134 N
As this report closes the resolutions
as prepared by the committee are being
Frightful Accident In tlio Fifth Event nt
Aqueduct ltnra Track
Nnw Yokk April 25 A frightful
accident happened at the Aqueduct race
truck yostorduy in which Jockey Prank
OLcary was fatally injured nnd two
other boys wero badly shaken up It
occurred in tho fifth raco and in u mod
erate field Tho horses got away in
good order and when they had gone
about a sixteenth of a milo G E
Wightmau stumbled nnd fell Jockoy
McJoynt rt liug undor tho fence out of
harms way and escaping with slight
bruises Pettifogger bumped into
Wightmau as tho latter was falling and
went up into the nir turning u somer
sault aud landing ou his back Hewitt
was thrown some distance but ho too
was out of tho way of the other horsos
and was even less hurt than McJoynt
OLcary however was not so fortunato
for Randy which ho was riding stum
bled into tho pair of horses on tho
ground and throw OLoory among
them Ho was kicked in tho head by
one of them and his head crushed iu
Au ambulance was called aud ho was
taken to St Marys hospital in Brook
lyn where ho died
Fiiniiel Sliiiixd Cloud Titur Up tliu around
ou tlio lriilrk
Wymokk Neb April 25 Tho most
perfect oyclono cloud over seeu hero
spout its force in tho heavens threo
miles southeast of hero yesterday The
cloud was a regular funnel shaped
twi ster which seemed to form about
five miles southeast of hero It trav
eled duo north over tho prairies striking
the ground nt intervals at which timo
it would plow tho earth up in chunks
and cany it along
John Traunich a Gorman farmer liv
ing three miles east of hero was work
ing in tho flold when ho first uoticed it
Ho rnn for his homo about UO yards dis
taut and warned his family who wont
to tho cavo Ho stood nnd watchod the
twisting monster approach his homo
but when 150 feot in front of him it tore
up tho ground aud carried dirt and
debris high in tho air over his homo
So far ns known no person was in
jured aud no serious damugo done
Tho cloud which was a perfect one
was witnessed by hundreds of pooplo
from this city
Man Killing Kit pliant in Dead
Kansas City April 25 Rajah
tho man killing olephunt owned by a
local cirous died at tho winter quarters
uear Argontiuo Kan Tuesday of braiu
fever Rajah was ouo of tho biggest
elephants ever brought to this country
Ho was 35 years old nud during his
career is credited witli haviug killed
ninv men
If we did but know how little some
eujoy the great things tlint they pos
sess there would not bo so much envy
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