National Affairs: Pointer for President

The first National Convention of the season bloomed at Omaha. Candidates for President of the U. S. and for Vice President were nominated. There were 27 delegates present, who constituted themselves "the People's Progressive Party." The Chairman of the Convention, Roy M. Harrop of Omaha, announced that he had letters from 463 people who wanted to come but were not able to pay their railroad fare. In view of the number present, Mr. Harrop announced that every delegate would be allowed to speak as long as he liked on any subject.

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