National Affairs: Nominees

Two parties got in early work nominating candidates for the November elections.

One was the American Party which met at Columbus, Ohio, and nominated Judge Gilbert O. Nations for President. It invited support from the Ku Klux Klan and adopted a platform outlawing war and polygamy.

The Prohibition Party met also at Columbus only a day or two later. A few members presented a motion to dissolve the party, but it refused to be dissolved. It nominated for President, H. P. Paris of Clinton, Mo.; for Vice President, Miss Marie C. Brehm of Long Beach,...

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