Cleveland—the glorious city of Cleveland—tore for a brief moment from Washington the crown as the chief political city of the U. S. The recital of prominent Republicans who went thither for the Convention is too long for repetition, but the recital of those who did not go is worth attending.

They were:

Chauncey M. Depew at the age of 90 did not go to occupy his seat in the New York delegation. It was the first Republican Convention he has missed since 1888.

Hiram Johnson decided...

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