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CHICAGO, FEBRUARY 118
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HON. GEORGE WILLIAM DIXON
tad wnintain. a lavtij rammer beaae at
OeeBomowoc, Wia. -
8feflrtly after eaergiag froa college,
Mr. Dixea JBecessfollj engaged la the
praetfee of law "f or fivo jean; dariag
Koctof,taat tiae be served as receiver
t or Kaaylarge eorperatieaa. Hkiataer,
Arthur IMzoa,the foaader of the Dixea
family ia Caleago and for aany yean
eae ef its foremost eitiseas, solid aad
ksabstaatial boaineee naen, decided to re-
liaqaish sesie of his labors or daties ia
coaectiea with the Arthur Dixea
Transfer Co. Thea it devolved pea
the sabject of this sketch to discharge
the 'daties of viee-presideat aad treas
urer aad at the death of his father, ealy
a few mouths ago, he became presideat
aad treasurer -of the Arthur Dixon
Transfer Go. He also succeeded his
father as one of the directors .of the
Baltimore aad Ohio Bailroad Company
aa'd as one of the directors of "the Grand
Trunk Western Bail way Company.
Mr. Dixon is also one of the direc
tors of the Chicago Savings Bank and
Trust Company and the Security Life'
Insurance Company of America. He
served with distinction as State Sena
tor from the first Senatorial district of
Illinois from 1903 to 1907. "He served
on the staff of Governor Biehard Yates,
with the rank of ColoneL He was one
of tluractive members on the commit
tee on arrangements for the Bepablfean'
National Convention which was held ia
cage. ial08,
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rnsdeBt tad treasurer of the Artaar'Dxxea Trasafer aad Forward Company. Oh
of tie directors of the Chksle Trest. aad Scvist Bak; abeeaef eh reet
ten ef the Btltiraore aad 0ie foairead.Cuiapsiir aad ehe-3raad Traak aad
Greet Western Rsilroad Comptay; who weald make a tip-tea candidate far
fall or for Mayor ef Chieaja a ,1919.
receiving his JL B. from the Northwest
ern University ia 1889 aad his LL. B.
is 1892. He was happily united ia mar
riage to Miss Marion E. Martin, 1903,
who cornea from oae of the millionaire
families of-jthis.city aad Mr. aad Mrs.
Dixon -are the extremely proad parents
ef two bright aad highly interesting
children, .Miss Marion aad George. W.
Dixon, Jr., and they .reside in a beauti
ful hoaw at 2706 S. Michigan, avenue
Stee Treasurer of IllmoU this
Soa. George William Dixon, president
i tretsnrer of the Arthur .Dixea
Taufer and Forwardiag Co, 425 3.
Tdh street, which is by far the -mast
crtesiiTe transfer company ia any part
tf this country, was born in this .city,
September 16, 1S66. He is one of- the
sMt honored sons of the late jLrthar
i Mrs. Annie (Carson) Dixon.
His earlier education was drank: 4a, ia
PUie schools of this cityj later en
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member of the Central
Howard Aseeeiation WetU ia Chicago.
He is a'arBtalaeat ataW ef the
Hamilton iCltb, beiag elected, president
ia 1909 aM- dariag hk -admiaistratioa
Presideat tflHiam Howard Taft was
twiee higav entertained as the -hea-orea
gueat J that elob. He is .a mem
ber ef the fate League, vice-preeddent
ia 1914, Diversity, Caleago City aad
Chicago AJaletie. He is a prominent
Mason (3$), Knight TempUr aad
Sarker. 1
Oh last Baaday afteeea,.Mr. TJixon
delivered arahert .praetieaV .talk ,te- the
the. -Phyllis
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e was' apreSdeatiaH
elector and chairman of the Electoral
College of Illinois in 1908. He was a
conspicuous member of the Chicago
Charter Convention, member of the
Chicago Plan' Commission, treasurer
Public Safety ' Commission member of
Citizens Traffic Commission, trustee "of
the Wesley Memorial Hospital. He has
steadfastly-served as superintendent of
the Sunday school of the First M. E.
Church of Chicago since 1896. He w'as
presideat of the Chicago Methodist So
cial Union in 1901-1902, president Chi
cago Home Missionary and Church. Ex-
members 3tad -friends
Wheatljr eae, -at' taa,-home,
Shades aveaae, aad he-waaheartily-r-eeived
bysthote who -sat 'under the.
sound of- hy voice..
It will' areealled that in November,
1906, thatti'this paper, almost single
haBded4UMl- alone: made its memorable
igat-sgaia penaSHte United States
8oDatorx"BVjaBiia S. TUImaa.-of South
Carolina, -4e advocate mob and lynch
law1 aad)Be ehan policy for the
Negro, wMei leetaring-'in Orchestra
HanorHhe-aaaefit ef the Union Hos
pital, taatyMn.-Gaerge-W.'DixBn was
oae -rrf DfpTronees o that affair;
ihat'pnot&'that -event she hadlrberally
contribateeV' money- towards the support
ofahe.-'Uaiee HoepHal, '.thatwhen she
had learek-that -Senator Tillman ia-teaded-'le.NUlify'
and abase the Colored
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called lecture on the" "Annexation ef
Cuba," Mrs.-Dixon without consulting
herhusband, promptly declined to serve
s oae of the patronesses and withdrew
all of her aupport away,fromthe'-Ujiion
Hospital, stating ihat she was not in
favor of aiding any public institution
whose management procured men like
Senator Tillman to come to this city for
the purpose- of stirring up nee strife
and abusing .any nee of "people.
Fjrom that day to this, Mr. and Mrs.
George W Dixon, have stood very high
in the estimation of all the Colored peo
ple residing' in Chicago.
jHEON. GUY GUERNSEY
Hon. Guy Guernsey, Republican candi
date for alderman of the Seventh Ward,
was bora ia Terre Haate, Labi, January
1L 1872. His.faher "dying whea he
waa seven, yean .eld, e was taaen Dy
his mother to Iowa, where he was reared,
receiving his. education in the public
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schools aadlowaColIege, Griaael, Iowa.
He studied law in theQhieago eat
College ef Law, receiving his degree
ia 1904. He was admitted to thenar
and becamo eeretaryjrofthe .Chicago
Kent College of Jan (a position which
he Still holds) in the same year. Mr.
Gaernsey Mm served as .presideat of
the Hamilton Clab, and as presideat af
thetHawkeye Jeilewship Clab, and is
member ef the JadiaaaSoeiety.. M&J
Past Commander of Camp 1001, Seas ef
Teteraas, & member ef the Illinois Bar
AagoJriatieB, aaactive jaaaasLber et iie
Chieago.Bar Association, and a member
ef, theJElks, the Shrine, the Saatera'Star,
the,Kaights of Prthjasand the ieyal I
Areanam.
He has always eea praaUt U
awveaeate,fetmbetUBeat. i?He
was iaatraauauiiH Briaaiag,e Chieage
i ai.kiK.wUeJi.waa.dtoyed
at the Art-Iastitate, aad eaMed egethr
the jaeetiag wWek neaked ia the Jer-
made it eertaia that i the aaaxfatare
CUiafe vetolato.fre.t aae
ataJpfftjfMJitlii 3WddJt
Oeteaar he waa tIm shrfnaia'ia. eharge
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Guernsey
Mr. Guernsey's best friends are those
who have known him longest; nis
staunehest admirers, those who have seen-
him in action most frequently. ,
While some of Mr. Guernsey's .most
valued services to the community have-
been rendered in his capacity of a rep
resentative private citizen, he has had
a "considerable and distinguished experi
ence in public life to which the. directors
of his present aldermanle campaign take
pride in calling the attention of Seventh.
Ward voters.
From 1906 to 1910 Mr.
served as clerk of the, Probate Court of
Cook County, completely reorganizing
that offiee, wiping oat abases of many
yean standing, and putting itupoa a
basis of hgh "business efficiency.
Ho is new a Bepreseatative in the
Fiftieth General Assembly, which ad
journed last Janoj. having been elected
in November, 1916, te represent the
Fifth-Senatorial District, which includes
a large part ef theSeveath Ward. Chief
saeng Mr.' Graersey's legislative activ
ities aaay be eUedthe f eHowiag:'. .
'CoMtitatieaal Convention: Vigaroasly
sspported tie reee-lution fer a conven
tion te rev&e or amend' the TilineU State
Caastitutiea. whlsh'wiU fee voted Vp
hthe aeeeJeaafeeT 5, M18, aad J
aiaaiactaek feese, ef seeariag eeaplete
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MiqHAEL G. WALSH
The Doenhtr Desatv Coroner ef-Ceek Coasty aad strong
the Bemieatioa for .alaermaolJfee3eHh Ward. Vote fer haa at tae-priatariet,
Taeaday, Fehraery 26, and be with, a live wiaaer.
Michael G. .Walsh, Republican candi
date for Alderman of the Thirtieth
Ward, was bora in 1873, aad has resided
in the ward all his lifetime. He is sow
residing -with his family at 5258. Emer
ald avenue. Mr. Walsh haa been at all
times astaaeh supporter of the Bepub
lican party and its candidates. Ia 1900
he was the Bepublican, nominee for Al
derman frem-the t ward, aad although
the ward -was -then about foar-to-one
Demqentie he made a-fast-aad vigorous
campaign, aad'-lest by oaly-ifty-seven
votes. In 1901 he was again honored
by -the Republican .voters at the ward
andmadetheir nominee for Alderman,
and again after a het-campaign-was de
feated by less than. 100 vote. Da 1904
eo'was elected by theiSepublfeaas of the
-Fourth Coagreesioaal'District ef .whieh
the Thirtieth Ward is a part) as their
delegate to the BepubMean -National
Convention; and had the honor to vote
for Theodore -Roosevelt for-the nomina
tion for President. In 1908 ho was
again-honered fey the Bepablieaa voten
of the Fourth Cgresaeaal Dmtrict as
iheir candidate .for Coagress, and al
though the district was strongly Demo
cratic and the race seemed hopelees, he
cast a very targe vote -and ran several
thousand ahead of his ticket. He was
elected by the Republicans ef the Thir
tieth Ward as a, delegate to every state
convention from 1896 to 1914, aad rep
reseated, the voten of the ward in this
capacity. ia a faithful aad efficient man
ner. He has served the party without
compensation ef any kind, spending .his
own time and money in promoting clean
Republican polities. Ia 1906 Mr. Walsh
wasappoiated fey the Hon. Peter M. Hoffmann-
as Depsty Coroner of Cook
County, aad, has held that position up. to
the present time. Everyone who haa had
occasion .aveet Mr. Walsh in his offi
cial capacity can but say te always
assisted the poor and unfortunate, .ex
tending a helpiag hand in their time -of
sorrow and'need.
He asks your support in the primaries
on his public aad private record. A "vote
for aim at the primaries means that you
will V have- a Republican Alderman at
the April election. .
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right tevete'fer afl
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H iaer jaw ,aeaeea aw se
aaMil the eaMaaeat aftaeTWaeii CaOd
enacted during the receat' legislative
session. -
'Medical Pnetiee Act: Composed he
dlffereiees Between' Ihe various schools
of "medical practice and' treatment for
human ills, and drafted a till satisfac
tory to most of the groups, aad .giving a
larger measure of protection f e the pub
lic All ef the" recent prosecutions for
."quackery" have beea under the
Guernsey law. """
TThV Lienor1 Jeestioa: -Mr. Gaera
sey's attitude ea the liquor question is
tee well known te aeed discussion tiere,
aadJak record in the legislature, where
he sapperted tle'saeasares eTthe Aaii-
Baleea'Leagae, talk its ewa itery. as Js
evideaeed by the feflewiag exeerpn
freti" aletier under date ef Jaae 25
mr.wrlttk'fevJ'.'BeetfMeSriae, state
raeriateadiat:'' "X am writin'g ye to
ezprssa my"appieektaet ef year.apisa
iaMera " aa'ewina
aity semes toWfrem ttate-ta tSe.we
Tear asrrtasa. eadT fear sssTeaag ia
His platforra naates everythiag-waieh
could .fee of the slightest interest .or
benefit to the veterr residing in the
Seventh Ward and-in. all parts' of this
eity. - - .-
There 'ia ene thing that -mart fee said
to his credit, namely, that she has al
ways feeea frieadly dispesed toward
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