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MARY BELLE SPENCER.
Republican candidate for Congressman-at-large (tp fill
vacancy). The first wireless campaigner in the United
States. She has talked to hundreds of thousands of people
throughout the state of Illinois; she has the further dis
tinction of being the first woman in this country to run for
THE CHICAGO DEFENDER SATUR
DAY, APRIL 1, 1922, PUBLISHED A
WHOLE PACK OF DOWN-RIGHT,
BARE-FACED LIES WHEN IT
DECLARED THAT DOCTORS
GEORGE C. HALL, CHARLES L.
"LEWIS, J. A. HARPER, W. F. LAW
TON and HERBERT TURNER HAD
INDORSED HON. WALLACE G.
CLARK FOR COUNTY TREAS
URER ON THE CONTRARY EACH ONE OF
THESE DOCTORS WILL FIGHT HIM
TO THE BITTER END.
THE FOLLOWING LETTERS TO HON.
OSCAR DE PRIEST SPEAK FOR
THEMSELVES AND THEY STAMP
THE CHICAGO DEFENDER AS AN
OLD BLACK SHE LIAR.
Mr. J. F. Taylor,
Editor of The Broad Ax.
My dear Sir: Mary Belle Spencer,
the Regular Republican Candidate for
Congressman at Large (to fill va
cancy) has been well and favorably
known to me for many years, and a
truer friend of my race I have never
She has been presented to you by
the Regular Republican Club on her
qualifications as a Public officer and
a lawyer of national reputation. Mrs.
Spencer has served as Public Guar
dian of Cook County since 1918. Her
administration has been distinguished
throughout the city and county for
efficiency and fair courteous treat
ment of all nationalities and races.
She has a large lucrative practice in
all classes of litigation in State, City
and Federal courts. She holds the
degree of L. L. B., N. U.
Her platform includes support of
Soldiers' Bonus, Labor and Farm in
terest and all measures for the return
of prosperity. She defends the equal
right of all people to liberty and the
pursuit of unhampered happiness.
Mrs. Spencer has been the earnest
friend, associate and neighbor of the
People of our race who reside in Chi
cago Heights for many years; long
before women were in politics and
even long before Mrs. Spencer was
an attorney at law.
Knowing her as I do, I pledge to
you that her vote in Congress will be
for our benefit on all measures. We
can rely on her the same as if she
were of. our own race. I ask the votes
and the active support of all readers
of "The Broad Ax" for Mrs. Mary
Belle Spencer, Regular Republican
Candidate for Congressman at Large
(to fill vacancy) in the primary April
11, 1922, at every polling place in
Ernest C. Martin, M. D., Chairman
Men's Campaign Committee, Gen
eral Delivery, Chicago Heights.
Mrs. Alice Vance, Chairman Wom
en's Campaign Committee, 4131 S.
State St, Chicago.
HON. SAMUEL A. ETTELSON
Republican Candidate for the State Senate, Third
JT Senatorial District
Hon. Samuel A. Ettelson, who is
by far the very best and the braniest
Corporation Counsel that Chicago has
ever had and he has served in that
capacity longer than any of those
who have discharged its duties in the
past, for he was selected Corporation
Counsel by Mayor William Hale
Thompson in November, 1915.
As Corporation Counsel Mr. Ettel
son always greets his friends with a
pleasant smile and it makes not the
slightest difference if they are rich or
poor, high or low, white or black.
Senator Ettelson was born in this
city November 9, 1874.
He is the highly honored son of
Benjamin and Flora (Philipson) Et
telson. He received his early educa
tion in the public schools of his na
tive city, including West Division
Later on in life graduating with
high honors from the Harvard Uni
versity Law School
April 1, 1922.
Mr. Oscar De Priest,
3439 State St.,
Dear Sir: In answer to your in
quiry as to my indorsement of Wal
lace G. Clark as a Candidate for
County Treasurer. I wish to say that
I not only do not indorse him, but
most emphatically request that any
friend of mine who has any confi
dence in my judgment use their ut
most efforts to defeat him at the
If I were not leaving the City I
would delight to appear as often as
possible in public in a campaign di
re ted particularly against this man.
I believe that the time has come, re
gardless of politics, that the Negro
should stop advancing their known
Very truly yours,
(Signed) Dr. Geo. C. Hall,
2636 Grand Blvd.
, " HON. SAMUEL A. ETTELSON
-4 -. VRy Ear the Best and the Wisest Corporation Counsel That Chi
l ao Has Ever Had Who Will on Tuesday, April 11, Be
. -v' JtNomaaied to Make the Race for the State Senate from
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April 3, 1922.
Mr. Oscar De Priest,
3439 State St.,
Dear Sir: Pursuant to our con
versation over the phone, I am pleased
to place in your hands this denial of
ever having signed the article in the
Chicago Defender under date of
April 1st, purporting to sanction the
Candidacy of Wallace G. Clark.
My name was secured by misrepre
sentation, and I not only repudiate
the signature, but am irrevocably op
posed to the political aspirations of
men of the Wallace G. Clark type.
Dr. Chas. L. Lewis.
April 1, 1922.
Mr. Oscar De Priest,
3439 State St.,
My dear Sir: According to our
telephone conversation, we wish to
state that we did not sign article ap
pearing in " the Chicago Defender,
issue of April 1st, on page eleven of
We wish to state further that we
have read a reprint of the article ap
pearing in the Chicago Tribune of
May 2, 1915, and believe that Wallace
G. Clark is guilty as charged in that
(Signed) J. A. Harper, D. D.
(Signed) W. F. Lawton, M. D.
HON. SHERIDAN E. FRY, RE
PUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR
JUDGE OF THE MUNICI
Hon. Sheridan i-ry. Rep blirv
candidate for the nomination for
Judge of the Municipal Court of Chi
cago, full six year term, was born in
the good old state of Pennsylvania
but he has been a resident of this city
for many years. He graduated with
high honors from the Whcaton Col
lege and from the Northwestern Uni
versity Law School in June, 1895, and
was admitted to practice law that same
month after practicing law for ten
years he was appointed assistant to
the County Judge then presiding, Or
rin N. Carter He held this position
for four years under Judges Carter,
Houston and Rinaker. In November,
1908, he was elected as a Judge of the
Municipal Court He held that posi
tion for twelve years. He is a mem
ber of the Illinois State Bar Associa
tion; Chicago Bar Association; Law
yers' Association of Illinois; Phi Al
pha Delta Legal Fraternity; Pennsyl
vania Society of Chicago; Royal
League; Maccabees, and Sons of Vct-
eranjs. He is a Trustee of the Wood
lawn Park Presbyterian Church. Dur
ing the twelve years he presided as a
Judge of the Municipal Court he dis
posed of more than 85000 cases. Out
of that number there were 257 cases
appealed to the Appellate Court,
clearly showing that the Municipal J
Court has the last word in practically
all of the cases that conic before it.
Of those cases appealed to the Ap
pellate Court, 58 have been reversed
and 179 have been affirmed or dis
posed of in a manner by the Appel
late Court equivalent to an affirma
tion. On Tuesday, April 11, both men
and women can vote for him for
Judge of the Municipal Court of Chicago.
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April 3, 1922.
Mr. Oscar De Priest,
3439 State St,
Dear Sir: I am very pleased to
have had you call my attention to the
article in the Chicago Defender in
behalf of Wallace G. Clark, Candidate
for County Treasurer and containing
among other names my own.
I not only did not attach my sig
nature to such an article but, after
reading the reprint in the Chicago
Tribune article of May 2, 1915, am un
alterably opposed to Wallace G.
Clark and his kind, seeking the suf
frage of my Racial group.
Mr. Davis of 37th and Dearborn
streets told me that he had used my
name to indorse some friend of his. I
told him that was all right, but now
as I know the Candidate to be Clark,
I withdraw the consent given Mr.
Davis. I do not think any self re
specting man of color could do other
wise. Respectfully yours,
(Signed) Herbert Turner, M. D.
For a long time Senator Ettelson
was a member of the eminent law
firm of Schuyler, Ettelson & Wein
feld, the firm consisting of Daniel J.
Schuyler, Jr., Samuel A. Ettelson and
Charles Weinfeld, occupying a very
extensive suite of law offices on the
ninth floor of the New York Life
Senator Ettelson is one of the di
rectors of the Chicago home for Jew
ish orphans. He is a member of the
Metropolitan, Hamilton, I. A. C, play
He might be considered one of the
fathers of the Eighth Regiment, Il
linois National Guard, for he is ever
ready to raise his voice in the State
Senate at Springfield to aid it to se
cure appropriation for its armory and
It was Senator Ettelson who se
cured the one hundred and seventy
five thousand dollars from the Legis
lature to construct its new armory at
Thirty-fifth street and Forest avenue.
As a member of the State Senate
from the Third Senatorial District
Senator Ettelson. has directly caused
to be placed on the statute books of
this state many measures which will
be of lasting benefit to all the people
residing throughout the state of Illi
nois. Senator Ettelson led off in the fight
for the women's ten-hour law and he
has always been a strong advocate of
union or organized labor. It was he
who secured the passage of the act to
increase the number of superior court
judges in Cook County.
There is no question about Senator
Ettelson's re-nomination at the prim
aries Tuesday, April 11, to make the
race for the state senate from the 3rd
Senatorial District of Illinois for he
must be returned to the state senate
so that he will be able to uphold the
arms of Hon Len Small and Mayor
William Hale Thompson.
HON. ELLIOTT W. SPROUL
SHOULD BE RE-NOMINATED
AND RE-ELECTED TO CON
GRESS FROM THE THIRD
HON. ADOLPH B. MAGNUS, RE
PUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR
.MEMBER OF THE BOARD
Hon. Adolphus B. Magnus, Repub
lican candidate for member of the
Board of Review, of Cook County,
was born in St. Louis, Mb., July 23,
1883. He is the grandson of Adol
phus Busch, the father or founder of
the great Anheuiser Busch corpora
tion, St. Louis, Mo.
For more than fifteen years Mr.
Magnus has been one of the officials
of that extensive corporation. During
the great world war for Democracy,
Mr. Magnus, who has never sought
before or held a political office, joined
the Tank Corps, and won a commis
sion. Second Lieut and he rendered
yeoman service for his country.
He is a member of the Illinois Ath
letic Club. Mr. and Mrs. Magnus are
the proud and happy parents of one
daughter. Miss Barbara Jane Magnus,
and they reside in a beautiful home
at 401 Fullerton Parkway.
Mr. Magnus is a clean-cut up-to
date business man. He talks sharp,
quick and right to the point and he
will make a tip-top member of the
Board of Review.
On Tuesday, April 11, both men
and women can vote for him.
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CAST YOUR VOTES FOR AT
TORNEY RICHARD E. WEST
BROOKS FORJUDGE OF THE
MUNICIPAL COURT OF
He Stood by Hon. Martin B. Madden
and Delivered a Speech and Voted
in Favor of the Passage of the
Dyer Anti-Lynching Bill
Every Colored Man and Woman in
His District Should on Tuesday,
April 11, Assist to Re-Nominate
It is a well known fact, that outside
of Hon. Martin B. Madden, few men
in Congress have the moral courage
or the manhood to stand up and con
tend for the civil and political rights
of the Colored race, and to bitterly
cry out aloud against the unspeakable
and outrageous wrongs which are con
stantly being perpetrated upon the
Hon Elliott W. Sproul, member of
Congress from the Third Congres
sional District of Illinois, stands in
the same class with Hon. Martin B.
Madden, in that respect, and in spite
of the cowardly threats and bulldoz
ing on the part of the Negro hating
southern congressmen. Congressman
Sproul not only voted for the passage
of the Dyer Anti-Lynching .Bill,
but delivered the best speech that he
had ever made while urging his asso
ciates to do likewise, and he stood
shoulder to shoulder with Hon. Mar
tin' B. "Madden, during that trying and
Congressman Sproul is heartily in
favor of a Bonus for soldiers and
sailors and a pension for widows and
orphans, regardless of their race or
nationality. He has worked hard,
early and late, in the interest of all
the people residing in the Third Con
gressional District and as lie is a true
and sincere friend of the Colored peo
ple, each and every Colored man and
woman in his district should on Tues
day, April 11, assist to re-nominate
Hon. Richard E. Westbrooks, presi
dent of the Cook County Bar Associa
tion, has become one of the leading
Republican candidates for one 'of the
Municipal Court Judges, six year term.
Mr. Westbrooks easily measures up
with the best white lawyers in this
city and he would make an ideal Judge
of the Municipal Court of Chicago.
His name can be found next to the
last name on the Municipal Court bal
lot, and by putting a cross in front
of.his name, and not voting for any
one else, your vote will count 30 times.
MRS. HELENE DANEK
Successful Business Woman; President of the Woman's Pro
tective Association; Housewife; Noted Musician; Welfare
Worker; Constructive Citizen; Republican Candidate for
County Commissioner. Her Name Is 14th on the Ballot
Both Men and Women Can Vote for Her at the Prinuries,
Tuesday, April 11.
Mrs. Helene Danek, candidate in
the Republican primary for County
Commissioner, is featuring in her
campaign a pledge that if elected she
will use her influence to establish a
municipal lodging house to furnish a
clean, temporary shelter for women.
"The woman temporarily out of
funds and away from friends is in a
hard situation," says Mrs. Danek,
who is the wife of Dr. David Hill
Danek. "In desperation many of them
seem to think there is only one of two I
things for them the lake or vice. A
temporary free shelter for penniless
women, women who are decent, but
broke, is sadly needed in Chicago."
Mrs. Danek, as president of the
Woman's Protective Association, 715
County Building, an organization rec
ognizing no race or creed, has done
a great work among women, and her
friends declare that she will perfon
a most valuable service to the cca
munity as a member of the Coej
Board. The object of the Woca'i
Protective Association is to lead pro
tection, aid and human sympitij to
deserving penniless women. Ma
Danek's proudest boast is that 98 per
cent of the women who apply to lie
Woman's Protective Associatioi fcf
assistance are plaintiffs and not de
fendants. "I think that women on the Cccty
Board," said Mrs. Danek, "would be
able to bring some improvement era
in our county institutions. The ca
have done pretty well, but thewooaa
mind and viewpoint might add 1 1M
to the situation."
Mrs. Danek before her minap
was a successful business wobm.
She has studied in Europe, and is
HON. ADOLPH MARKS REPUB
LICAN CANDIDATE FOR
STATE SENATOR 1ST SEN-
Hon. Adolph Marks of the law firm
of Marks and Smitz, with law offices
at 106 N. La Salic Street, Merchants
Building, was born in this city in
1867, and he has been an honored and
a prominent member of the Chicago
Bar, or the Chicago Bar Association,
for more than thirty years.
He has been admitted to practice in
the United States Supreme Court, at
Washington, D. C, and in the higher
courts of fourteen states. He has al
ways been actively interested in Re
publican politics, being the Republi
can committeeman of the First Con
gressional District of Illinois, for ten
Mr. Marks was elected to the State
Senate from the First Senatorial Dis
trict to fill out the unexpired term of
Senator Francis P. Brady, who was
elected Chief Clerk of the Appellate
Court, in 1920, and resigned his seat
in the State Senate.
As a member of the State Senate,
Senator Marks voted for the 5 cent
street car fare, municipal traction
ownership and Home Rule. -On his
re-nomination and re-election to the
State Senate, he will continue his fight
along that line, for all the people of
For more than twenty years Sena-
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HON. ADOLPH MARKS
State Senator from the First Senatorial District of Illinois,
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nitclr of Ti -urrm? onrl Tii lecrinnc of friends confin60.
believe that he will be nominated for-State Senator
primaries Tuesday, April 11.
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