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Covering statement of the Special features of the Exposition operation, including events in connection with the Special Days, Special Events Ladies Bureau of Entertainment, etc.

Its Representation in buildings and Exhibits at the Exposition.

One of these gentlemen, I won't say which one, insisted that I should make a speech in favor of this Exposition in 1898. The Trans-Mississippi Congress is composed of the leading and representative men of all classes, professions, and business interests of the states and territories lying west of the Mississippi River, who assemble at stated periods to discuss measures for promoting the Commercial and material welfare of the region they represent, and recommend such measures as their judgment dictates to the National Government, the states and the people for adoption.

Therefore, in view of all my feelings in regard to these matters, I most heartily second that resolution, that we shall have an Exposition of the Trans-Mississippi products, manufactures, etc., and that the Exposition be held in Omaha. A Delegate(from Arizona): I do not care to make a talk, but I rise to present an explanation.

If published it should of necessity be very profusely illustrated, because in this case pictures may tell the story better than the written relation.

The council chamber I think is a marvel of beauty, more beautiful than the Senate of the United States. The basis of representation shall be as follows: The Governor of any state or territory may appoint the delegates; the Mayor of each city one delegate, and additional delegate for each five thousand inhabitants; provided, however, that no City shall have more than ten delegates; each County may appoint one delegate through its Executive officer; every business organization one delegate, and an additional delegate from every fifty members, provided, however, that no such organization shall be entitled to more than ten delegates." It is advisory in character, and its discussions are mainly on any subject, national or local, bearing upon the welfare of its constituency. There were twenty-five or thirty citizens of Omaha present. I decline to make a speech on a question on which there is absolutely no difference of opinion. It is representative in its capacity, its membership being secured through operations of Section Six (6) of its plan of organization, reading as follows: "Six. The relation of the story, is I think, complete, except that a chapter on "Architecture of the Exposition" which Mr. Kimball kindly consented to write, has not as yet been received. Kimball now assures me that it will shortly be forthcoming, and I hope to be able soon to send you same for insertion in its proper place in the story herewith transmitted to you. It is sincerely hoped that a way be found through which the publication of this history may be secured.

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