There seem to have been some slight misunderstandings in the ranks of the Republican Club. With election day little more than a month off and their competitors of rival political faith marshaled by men of campaign experience, prepared to strain every nerve in the coming contest, they find themselves without a constitution. Clubs, and political clubs of all others, without constitutions may fairly be considered rudderless, and reorganization seems the only remedy.
Just why this condition of affairs was allowed to exist will cause no one undue loss of sleep at this late hour. The presidential campaign is in full sway and it is high time that all good Republicans in our midst were banded together in an effective organization to promote the interests of their party's candidate. The meeting called for Monday night is for that purpose.