DGA10CRATIC TICKET NAMED. RESULT OF STATE CONVENTION HELD IN rrtovo on the igtii. ltlclinnl AV. Vmuif- Itin Nntnlnrn tnt 8a- reitifi .IuiIk, Utilta .Iuilc V. II. lC.tg Will Alnlin tlia Knee fur Cnnitrflitft. At tho Democratic Btato convention, held in l'rovo on tho ldth, Major Hlchard W. Young, of Salt Lake, was nominated by acclamation for supreme judge, while Judge William II. King, of Salt Lake, received the nomination for representative In congress by acclamation. ac-clamation. Tlio convention adopted a platform which denounces the Republican party and Its policies; opposes militarism; denounces the Republican sugar tariff policy, the Republican policy in the Philippines, favors arbitration of labor disputes, election of senators by direct vote, strict Immlfratlon laws; and congratulates tho people of Utah upon "the magnificent record made by our senior senator In congress (Hon. J. L. Rawlins) during tlio post six years." The permanent ofllccrs of the convention con-vention wero as follows; Chairman, Hon. Frank J. Cannon, Weber county; first vlco chairman, Frank K. Nnbekcr, Cache county; second vice chairman, W. W. Cluff, Summit county; third vice chairman, Klecta llullock, Utah county; fourtli vice chairman, Mrs. II. J. Hayward, Salt Lake county; secretary, secre-tary, Henry N. Hayes, Sevier county; assistant secretary, Nephl Palmer, Davis county; scrgcaut-at-arras, Joseph Phillips, Juab county; usslslaul ser-gcant-at-arniH, II. II. Condon, Hox Klder county; chaplain, John II. M liner, li-ner, Utah county. Stirring speeches were mado by Judge O. W. Powers. Senator Rawlins, Judge WU. King, ex-Senator Frank J. Cannou and others'.