Leo Lowenthal Presidents second district Republicans
GrRAVESEND REPUBLICANS. Tho ward committee of tho Thirty - flrBt ward Republican association has selected aa a campaign committee Henry R. Williams, chairman; John Q. Van Duyn, secretary, and Georgo L. Dlngman, treasurer, and tho presidents presidents of the various district associations, who aro: First district, C. N. Brewster; Second Second district, Leo Lowenthal; Third district, Louis Stauch; Fourth district, H. W. Crop - sey; Fifth district, W. H. Strong: Sixth district, district, A. Voorhies; Seventh district, HaD Krouika; Eighth district, F. A. Bolles. Beside Beside these the delegates to tho ward convention convention from each district will act o - n the campaign campaign committee and Chairman Williams has been authorized to appoint sub committees also, so that the work In the ward will be well taken caro of. Permanent headquarters will soon bo selected and a transparency erected. The First and the Seventh district associations associations have decided to raise McKlnley and Ho - bart Hags and each flag raising will bo accompanied accompanied by a demonstration. A large banner banner Is to be swung across Surf avenue, Coney Island. Tho members of the ward committee are Frank Erzlnger, C. B. Morsen, George Lott, James Crawford, J. H. Van Duyn, T. T. Case, G. L. Dlngman, James H. Donohue, Stanley French, Marcus B. Campbell and H. R. Williams.