John W Hoerner, 6th ward republicans
SIXTH WARD REPUBLICANS A LITE. They Permanently Organize a Large Club Linst Evening. Large and enthusiastic was the meeting at Matthews' hall, Third and Reily streets, last evening for the purpose of permanently or ganizing the Sixth Ward Republican Club. Every man present was the very persomnca - tion of confidence in the future success of both the local, State aad national tickets, and the harmony displayed at the meeting augurs well for the Republican party in the Sixth ward and city at the next elec tion. A constitution and by - laws were adopted and the following officers were elected : President, J. L. Ken - ! nedy; vice president, First precinct, J. Q. Baths; Second, D. H. Unssinger; Third, u. W. Kirk; Fourth, J. D. Saltsman; secre tary, George A. Hollinger; treasurer, Ellis W. Ford; executive committee Kirst pre cinct, G. W. Warden, Dr. H. E. Walters, H. Li. Kiener; Second, H. Mages, W. G. Jones, Dr. J. Hay; Third, D. Handshaw, F. C. Garmhauser, John W. Hoerner; Fourth, G. J. Hutton, Wm. Leonard and Martin Myers. The next meeting will be at the call of the president.