J. P. Pierce delegate to First Ward.
GOODSiREPUBLICANS MEET The Caucus at the City Wednesday Evening. FI LL SET OF DELEGATE PL At'EI IN NOMINATION. The Four Wards of the City Well Represented. Th. reDUb:i,n caucus at the city haii Wednesday iKkt , wen .it..d.d , republican yoterfl. The meeting wan c,lled t0 order by L. P. Mdilli sml E. a caikinswas.eieetedcbairu.au and Geo J. Shepard secretary. The call was read by the chairman. It was moved by 11 0. Andrews that the primaries be held i rl vaiiea.tnai tue cnair appoint jiages ana clerks, J Hall ! a front 140 frnt. H. M. Sinclair moved that the voters present separate into wants to select delegates which was carried, and the chair declared a recess to give the variou - wards time to select delegates. When the convention reconvened the various wards reported the following candidates to be voted on at the primaries: First Ward - George W. Whiteaker.Eder Gardner, J. R Larimer, George Theman - son, A. H. McKelvey, J. F. Young, J. P. Pierce, H. A. Barney, C.J. Morrow, 8el - don T. Trott, Thomas Hutchinson, Gu Webbert, Woo I Olinger, J. P. Peaker, 8i Funk. Total 15. Second ward H. M. Sinclair, Elmer