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The Third Party Conference

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A dispatch f rom Topeka, Kan., statea that the Citázens' National Industrial Alliance perfected its organization, and " sned a cali f or a national convention oi reformers, to be held in Cincinnati between the lOth and 20th oL May. Thfl cali issued at the Ocala convention was considered premature, and the change in dgte is made in order that the convention may be held at a time when legislative proceedings may not interfere with it. The whole matter grew out of the Ocala convention. About SOO delegatea from sii states participated in the meeting. Thomas Gilruth, of Kansas City, Mo. , was elected president of the organization, and W. F. Rightmeiere, of Topeka, secretary. The work of the national organization was placed in the hands of Capt. C. A. Power, Terre Haute, Ind.; Ralph Beaumont, Washington, D. C. ; Mts. M. E. Lease, Wichita, Kan., and I. N. Wood, Stevens, Kan. Thé Citizens' Alliance will add the Knights of Labors' strength to the Farmers' Alliance. John Davis, of Junction City, a member of the executive council, Knights ol Labor, and congressman from the Fifth Kansas district, said today that the new order would afford the Knights of La bol a chance to enter politics without interfering with their old business organization. The Alliance leaders are confident of carrying the Dakotas, Minnesota, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Ohio in 1892.