eran Druggist Association; a life member of
the Chicago Academy of Sciences, the Art In-
stitute, and the Chicago Historical Society;
and a member of the New England Society
and the Horticultural Society.
Fuller, William, Surgeon of 25 East Wash-
ington Street, was born Feb. 19, 1864, in Mis-
souri. He was formerly Professor of Oper-
ative Surgery in the College of Medicine of
University of Illinois; and Attending Sur-
geon to the Englewood and St. Luke's Hos-
Fuller, William Alden, Retired Manufac-
turer of 112 West Adams Street, was born
Aug. 31, 1836, in Lancaster, Mass. Until 1899
he was President of Palmer, Fuller and Com-
pany. He is a Director of the Northern Trust
Fulton, Arthur William, Attorney-at-Law of
111 West Washington Street, was born Jan.
11, 1S69, in Wyoming, 111. In 1907-11 he was
Alderman from the Thirteenth Ward in Chi-
Fulton, Frank, Attorney-at-Law of 208
South LaSalle Street, was born Jan. 30, 1874,
in Morley, N. Y. He was formerly General
Attorney for the Chicago and North Western
Railway Company. He is General Counsel
for the W. C. Foster Company.
Fulton, Survetus Quinn, Manufacturer of
205 West Monroe Street, was born Jan. 9,
1849, in Martinsville, Ohio. Since 1903 he
has been First Vice-President and Treasurer
of the United Gypsum Company.
Funck, George W., Physician and Surgeon
of 1708 Prairie Avenue, was born Jan. 2,
1877, in Milwaukee, Wis. He is Professor of
Therapeutics in the Chicago College of Medi-
cine and Surgery.
Funk, Clarence Sidney, of 137 South LaSalle
Street, was born Aug. 14, 1S66, in Scales
Mound, 111. In 1906-13 he was General Man-
ager of the International Harvester Com-
pany; and 1913-16 President of the M. Rumely
Company, LaPorte, Ind.
Funktiouser, Metellus L. C, Underwriter and
Sjddier of 175 West Jackson Boulevard, was
born Jan. 17, 1864, in St.
Louis, Mo. In 1898 he was
Captain of the First Infan-
fantry, U. S. Volunteers,
and later was promoted to
Acting Assistant Adjutant
General. He. is a member
of the firm of Funkhouser
and Crawford, insurance.
¬ІHe is also Major of the First
Brigade, IllinoisNational Guard.
Fuqua, Victor Hugo, Dentist of 25 East
Washington Street, was born Feb. 26, 1870, in
Christian County, near Hopkinsville, Ky. In
1888 he came to Chicago as a student, and
later graduated from the Chicago College of
Dental Surgery; 1890-5 practiced dentistry in
Streator, 111.; and since 1895 in Chicago. He
is Vice-President of the Chicago Dental So-
Furay, John B., Educator and Clergyman of
1076 West Twelfth Street, was born March
25, 1873, in Omaha, Neb. In 1910-15 he was
President of St. Ignatius College, Cleveland.
Ohio. He is now President of Loyola Uni-
Furman, James H., Importer of 326 West
Madison Street, was born Dec. 27, 1864, in
Sandwich, 111. For twenty-one years he was
associated with M. L. Barrett and Company,
Since 1905 he has been President of the James
H. Furman Company; and is also Vice-Presi-
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dent of the DuPage County State Bank, Glen
Ellvn, J 11.
Fursman, Ida Luella, Educator of 127 North
Dearborn Street, was born Dee. 3, 1868, in
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She was formerly
head assistant at the Linne School. She is
now serving hei fifth term as President of the
Chicago Teachers' Federation.
Furst, Conrad, Retired Manufacturer of 192
North Clark Street, was born June 24, 1829,
in Germany. In 1872-1881 he was President
of the Furst and Bradley Manufacturing Com-
pany; and 1885-93 President of the Machin-
ists' Supply Company. He has now retired
from active business.
Furst, Edward A., Real Estate Dealer of
192 North Clark Street, was born Aug. 9,
1863, in Chicago, 111. Since 1893 he has been
engaged in the real estate business with his
Futterer, Gustav A., Physician of 25 East
Washington Street, was born March 17, 1856,
in Hanover, Germany. Since 1889 he has prac-
ticed medicine in Chicago. He is a member of
the Association of Military Surgeons of the
Fyflfe, Colin Campbell, Attorney-at-Law of
111 West Monroe Street, was born June 10,
1860, in Dublin, Ireland. In
1887 he graduated from
Harvard Law School, and
in 1888 was admitted to the
bar. In 1899-1903 he was
Assistant Corporation Coun-
sel of Chicago. He is a
member of the firm of
Fyffe and Adeock; and is
Attorney for the Board of
Election Commissioners of Cook County.
Gaertner, Frederick Charles, Lawyer of 133
West Washington Street, was born Oct. 5,
1866, in Germany. Since 1901 he has been
engaged in practice in Chicago. He was for-
merly Secretary of the Theodore A. Kochs
Gaertner, William, Manufacturer of 5345
Lake Park Avenue, was born in 1864, in Ger-
many. He is President of William Gaertner
and Company, maufacturers of astronomical
and physical instruments.
Gage, Lavius C, Steel Manufacturer of 3123
Souith Hoyne Avenue, was born March 1, 1852,
in Vergennes, Yt. Since 1909 he has been
President of the Gage Structural Steel Com-
Gage, Stanley K., Real Estate Dealer of 38
South Dearborn Street, was born Jan. 12,
1877, in Wilmette, 111. He is Manager of the
Henry H. Gage estate.
Gair, Blair W., Real Estate Dealer of 111
West Washington Street, was born June 15,
1885, in Brooklyn, N. Y. In 1903-10 he
ranched in Oklahoma. Since 1913 he has been
engaged in the real estate business in Chicago,
specializing in Oklahoma farm lands. Resi-
dence, 1433 Belle Plaine Avenue.
G-aither, Otho Spilsbury, of 38 South Dear-
born Street, was born March 1, 1847, in Tre-
mont, 111. He is a member of the Board of
Directors of the Morden Frog and Crossing
Gale, E. Vincent, Merchant of 217 West
Lake Street, was born Sept. 4, 1861, in Chi-
cago, 111. Since 1878 he has been engaged
in the leather business in Chicago, and is now
President of the E. V. Gale Company.
G-ale, Fred M., Merchant of 156 West Car-
roll Avenue, was born in 1839, in Barre, Vt.
Since 1906 he has been President of the Bris-
tol and Gale Company, agricultural imple-
Gale, Joseph C, Paint Manufacturer of 726
Washington Boulevard, was born Oct. 23,
1856, in New York City. Since 1892 he has
been associated with the Adams and Elting
Company, and since 1904 Vice-President of
Gale, Oliver Marble, Author of 53 West
Jackson Boulevard, was born April 2, 1877,
in Chicago, 111. Until 1908 he was engaged in
newspaper work. He is the author of the
Great Republic; the Stars and Stripes; Valor
and Victory; and other works.
Gallagher, Michael Francis, Attorney-at-
Law of 7 South Dearborn Street, was born
April 2, 1874, in Sterling,
111. In 1895 he was ad-
mitted to the bar; for four
years he was Professor of
Corporation Law in the
John Marshall Law School;
and 1904-14 a member of
the law firm of Guerin, Gal-
lagher and Barrett. He is
now engaged in independ-
ent practice; and is General Counsel for the
Chicago Coal Merchants' Association.
Gallagher, Thomas, of 521 South Sangamon
Str eet, was born July 6, 1850, in Concord, N.
H. In 1893-7 he was a
member of the City Coun-
cil; 1897-1903 a member of
the Chicago Board of Edu-
cation; and 1909-19 a mem-
ber of the Sixty-first and
from the Eighth Illinois
District. He is Ex-Presi-
dent of the Cook County
Gallagher, Thomas E., Underwriter of 175
West Jackson Boulevard, was born July 31,
1848, in Dansville, N. Y. Since 1900 he has
been General Agent for the Aetna Insurance
Company, of Hartford, Conn.
Gallagher, Thomas F., Commission Merchant
of 165 West South Water Street, was born
April 27, 1853, in Brooklyn, N. Y. He has
been engaged in the commission business on
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South Water Street for thirty-three years;
and is now proprietor of Gallagher Brothers,
Gallie, Donald Mackay, Dental Surgeon of
32 North State Street, was born May 8, 1866,
in Ontario. Since 1904 he has been Professor
of Operative Dentistry in the University of
Illinois. In 1904 he was President of the
Chicago Dental Society; 1910 the Illinois
State Dental Society; and 1914 the National
Galloway, George S., Insurance Adjuster of
53 West Jackson Boulevard, was born Oct.
11, 1880, in Christian County, 111. Since 1913
he has been associated with The Hooper-
Holmes Bureau of New York, insurance in-
vestigators and adjusters, and is now Assist-
ant General Manager. He is a member of the
Colonial Club of Chicago, and several Masonic
bodies in New York and Chicago.
Gait, Hubert, Merchant of 207 East Grand
Avenue, was born in 1866, in Toronto, On-
tario, Canada. He is President of the Sher-
man Brothers Company, teas, coffees and
Gambill, Charles E.,. Automobile Dealer of
2430 South Michigan Avenue, was born in
1883, in Sullivan, Ind. He is President of
the Harmon Chicago Company.
Gamble, Edwin S., Lumber Dealer of 241
East One-hundred and Thirty-sixth Place.
President of the Chicago and Riverdale Lum-
Gamble, William Elliott, Oculist and Aurist
of 30 North Michigan Avenue, was born April
9, 1860, in Palermo, Ohio. Since 1898 he has
limited his practice to the diseases of the
eye and ear. He is Associate Professor of
Ophthalmology and Professor of Clinical Oph-
thalmology of the Medical Department of the
University of Illinois.
Gammage, Arthur Edison, Physician and
Surgeon of 1200 Thorndale Avenue, was born
Oct. 18, 1881, in Chatham, Ontario, Canada.
He is a member of the Attending Staff of the
Chicago Union, Sheridan Park, St. Francis,
and Jefferson Park Hospitals; and Assistant
Professor of Surgery in the Medical Depart-
'ment of Loyola University.
Gann, David B., Attorney-at-Law of 105
South LaSalle Street, was born Oct. 28, 1S66,
in Bellevue, Ohio. Since 1892 he has been in
practice in Chicago. He is now senior mem-
ber of the firm of Gann and Peaks. He is a
member of the Mid-Day, South Shore Country
and Exmoor Country Clubs.
Ganschow, William, Manufacturer of 1001
Washington Boulevard, was born June 24,
1875, in Chicago, 111. He is President of the
William Ganschow Company, manufacturers
Gansslen, Herman, Mechanical Engineer of
18 East Kinzie Street, was born Jan. 11, 1877.
In 1898-9 he was Instructor in an engineering
college, Stuttgart, Germany; and later en-
gineer of various industrial plants in Ger-
many, England and the United States. He
is now President of the Cook and Chick Com-
pany, Chicago. He is a member of the West-
ern Society of Engineers.
Garard, Elzy Anderson, Investment Dealer
of 39 South LaSalle Street, was born Feb. 19,
1884, in Elvaston, 111. He was educated in
the public schools and Northern Illinois Nor-
mal School of Dixon. He was formerly a
member of the firm of H. T. Holtz and Com-
pany. In 1913 he was one of the organizers,
and has since been Secretary and Treasurer
of Powell, Garard and Company, dealers in
public utility and municipal bonds. He is a
anember of the Union League and Ridgeway
Gardiner, Robert, Manufacturer of 1356
West Lake Street. President of the Gardiner
Metal Company, manufacturers of solders,
babbitts and printers' metals.
Gardner, Addison Leman, Attorney-at-Law
of 134 South LaSalle Street, was born May
10, 1866, in Walworth, N. Y. He is General
Attorney for all of the Chicago Elevated Rail-
roads, and the Chicago, North Shore and
Milwaukee Railroad; and a member of the
law firm of Gardner, Focrte and Burns.
Gardner, Franc E., Manufacturing Chemist
of 3018 Palmer Square, was born May 29,
1866, in York, Pa. He is President of the
Gardner, Barada Chemical Company.
Gardner, Frank Gleason, of 69 West Wash-
ington Street, was born July 2, 1867, in Penn
Yan, N. Y. Since 1903 he has been Treasurer
of the Chicago Title and Trust Company:
Gardner, Fred, Dealer in Railway Supplies,
80 East Jackson Boulevard, was born March
31, 1867, in Chicago - , 111. He was formerly
engaged in the coal business. He is now head
of the firm of Fred Gardner and Company,
Gardner, Frederick Stowe, Lumber Manu-
facturer of 2415 Elston Avenue, was born
April 25, 1864, in Columbia, 111. In 1893 he
established the Gardner Mill Company, of
which he is President.
Gardner, Horace Chase, Architect of 140
South Dearborn Street, was born in 1856. For
several years he was architect and engineer
for Swift and Company. He is now a member
of the firm of Gardner and Lindberg, indus-
trial and consulting engineers.
Gardner, John, Clergyman of 8 Chalmers
Place, was born May 27, 1868, in England.
Since 1912 he has been Pastor of the New
England Congregational Church.
Gardner, Stella May, Physician of 30 North
Michigan Avenue, was born July 18, 1867, in
Centreville, Iowa. She was formerly Associ-
ate Professor of Laboratory Diagnosis in the
University of Illinois College of Medicine.
She is now a member of the Physical Examin-
ing Board for the Board of Education; and
a partner in the Lincoln Gardner Laboratory.
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Garey, Eugene L., Attorney-at-Law of 208
s, ,mii LaSalle Street, was born Aug. 28, 1891,
in Chicago, 111. In L913 be received the de-
gree oi' i, I.. I;, from the Chicago Blent College
of Law; was admitted to the bar the Bame
yearj and baa since practiced in Chicago. He
is Preaidenl and Treasurer of the Ranches de
Los Plores Lands Company; Director of the
Carpenter-Scheerer Company, and an officer
and director in other corporations. He is a
member of the Illinois State and Chicago Bar
Associations; and the Irish Fellowship and
Sportsmen's Clubs of America.
Garnett, Eugene Horace, Attorney-at-Law
of 7 Smith Dearborn Street, was burn Oct. 22,
L872, in Chicago, 111. Since 1897 he has prac-
ticed law in Chicago. He is a Trustee of the
Chicago Academy of Sciences.
Garnett, Gwynn, Attorney-at-Law of 7 South
Dearborn Street, was liom July 3, 1845, in
Glasgow, Ky. In 1885-90 he was Judge of the
Superior Court of Cook County; and until
1899 1 'resident of the Title Guarantee and
Trust Company. He is now senior member of
the firm of Garnett and Garnett.
Gartner, George I., Manufacturer of 1100
South Wabash Avenue, was born Sept. 27,
1877. Since L904 he has been senior partner
of the firm of Gartner and Bender Company,
manufacturers of advertising specialties.
Gary, Alfred Caton, Investment Dealer of
200 Smith LaSalle Street, was born Jan. 23,
1864, in Wheaton, 111. Since 1912 he has been
a member of the firm of Shearson Hamill and
Gary, I. Clark, Physician, of 253 West
Twenty second Street, was Lorn March 4, 1858,
in Cumberland, Md. In 1897 he founded the
Peoples Hospital and Training School for
Nurses, of which he is now Superintendent.
He is Ex-President of the Stock Yards Branch
of the Chicago Medical Society; a member of
the American Medical Association; Illinois
State Medical Society; Chicago Medical Soci-
ety; American Hospital Association; the So-
cial Service Club of Chicago; Chamber of
Commerce; and a member of benevolent and
Gary, John William, Investment Banker of
208 South LaSalle Street, was born Aug. 8,
1859, in West Springfield, Pa. He was for-
merly Vice I 'resident of Lyon, Gary and Com-
pany, investment securities and loans. He is
now President of the Lyon Lumber Company.
Gash, Abram Dale, Attorney-at-Law of 118
North LaSalle Street, was born Feb. 11, 1861,
in Macon County, Mo. Since 1898 he has
practiced law in Chicago.
Gaston, Lucy Page, Eeformer of 10S South
LaSalle Street, was bom in I860, in Delaware,
Ohio. She was the founder of the Chicago
Anti-Cigarette League, and Superintendent of
the Anti Cigarette League of America; and is
now leading a world wide fight as Director
General of the National and. World Anti-Ciga-
Gates, Albert Henry, Eeal Estate Dealer of
111! West Adams Street, was born Aug. 17,
1841, in Arlington, Vt. Since 1878 he has been
proprietor of the firm of A. and II. Gates,
Gates, Albert R., Attorney-at-Law of 69
West Washington Street, was born Nov. 29,
L869, in Wyanet, 111. In 1905-6 he was Presi-
dent of the Hamilton Club, and 1907-8 Presi-
dent of the Western Golf Association.
Gates, Leslie Freeman, Grain Commission
Merchant of 141 West Jackson Boulevard, was
born Dec. 21, 1873, in East Canton, Pa. Since
1906 he has been a member of the firm of Lam-
son Brothers and Company. In 1911-17 he was
a Director of the Chicago Board of Trade, and
Gates, Philetus Warren, Manufacturer of
1765 Elston Avenue, was born June 23, 1857,
in Chicago, 111. Since 1908 he has been Presi-
dent of the Hanna Engineering Works.
Gates, William Day, Manufacturer of 122
South Michigan Avenue, was born July 29,
1852, in Ashland, Ohio. He is President of
the American Terra Cotta and Ceramic Com-
pany, and the American Terra Cotta Company;
President of the National Terra Cotta Soci-
ety; and Ex-President of the American Ceram-
ic Society and the National Brick Manufac-
Gatzert, August, of 3815 Armitage Avenue,
was born Jan. 14, 1863, in Worms, Germany.
Since 1898 he has been associated with Roseh-
wald and Weil, Incorporated, wholesale
clothiers, of which he is now Treasurer. He is
a, member of the Standard and Bavisloe Coun-
Gavin, Richard Ignatius, Attorney-at-Law
of 127 North Dearborn Street, was born Nov.
16, 1875, in Chicago, 111. Since 1897 he has
practiced law in Chicago, and has been Assist-
ant City Prosecutor.
Gay, Robert James, Physician and Surgeon
of 30 North Michigan Avenue, was born in
1877 in Madison, Wis. He graduated from the
University of Wisconsin with the degree of
B. Sc; and in 1902 graduated from Rush Med-
ical College. He is Obstetrician to St. Luke's
Hospital; Physician to the Chicago Orphan
Asylum; and Instructor in Kush Medical Col-
lege. He is a member of the Chicago Medical
Society and the American Medical Associa-
Gaylord, Willard Simson, Retired Broker of
141 West Jackson Boulevard, was born Aug.
19, 1856, in Lockport, 111. He was engaged in
the grain, commission business until 1909.
Gazley, George Henry, Keal Estate Dealer
of 948 Ainslee Street, was born Oct, 19, 1869,
in Dutchess County, N. Y. In 1906 he pro-
moted the Hotel LaSalle and was General
Manager of the same for three years. Since
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1912 he has been engaged in the real estate
Gear, Harry Barnes, Electrical Engineer of
72 West Adams Street, was born March 6,
1872, in Marietta, Ohio. Since 1911 he has
been engineer of distribution of the Common-
wealth Edison Company.
Gebhardt, George Frederick, Consulting En-
gineer, was born March 4, 1874, in Salt Lake
City, Utah. Since 1903 he has been Professor
of Mechanical Engineering in Armour Insti-
tute of Technology.
Geer, Ira Jewett, Attorney-at-Law of 155
North Clark Street, was born May 29, 1858,
in Peru, Mass. Since 1887 he has practiced
his profession in Chicago. He is a Trustee
and Secretary of the McCormick Theological
Seminary ; and a Trustee of the Chicago Acad-
emy of Sciences.
Gehrmann, Adolph, Physician of 31 North
State Street, was born July 19, 1868, in De-
catur, 111. In 1884-1903 he was Superintend-
ent of Food Inspection for the City of Chi-
cago. He is now President of the Columbus
Medical Laboratories and Professor Emeritus
of Hygiene in the Medical Department of the
University of Illinois.
Geiger, Arthur Henry, Surgeon of 32 North
State Street, was born Jan. 6, 1877, in Chi-
cago, 111. Since 1902 he has practiced surgery
in Chicago. He is Ear, Nose and Throat Sur-
geon to the Evangelical Deaconess and Chi-
cago Policlinic Hospitals. He is also Council-
lor of the Chicago Medical Society.
Geissmann, Theodore, Iron and Steel Brok-
er of 332 South Michigan Avenue, was born
Oct. 7, 1876, in Chicago. 111. He is President
and Treasurer of Theodore Geissmann and
Gemmill, William Nelson, Lawyer and
Jurist, was born Dec. 29, 1860, in Shannon,
111. In 1893-1906 he practiced law in Chicago,
and has since been Judge of the Municipal
Court of Chicago.
Gentles, Henry Wernicke, Physician of 25
East Washington Street, was born in Scot-
land. He is a member of the Staff of St.
Luke's Hospital; and representative of the
First Aid Department in 'Chicago of ithe
American Red Cross.
Genz, George L., Pharmaceutical Chemist of
162 North Franklin Street. Resident Man-
ager of Parke, Davis and Company, whole-
George, Edgar Jesse, Physician, Oculist and
Aurist of 110 North Wabash Avenue, was born
May 17, 1863, in Fairfield, Iowa. In 1891 he
graduated from the Chicago Homeopathic
Medical College. He is now Professor of Oph-
thalmology and Otology in the Hahnemann
Medical College and Attending Oculist and
Aurist to the Hahnemann Hospital. He is a
Fellow of the American College of Surgeons,
a member of the Graduate School of Medicine
of Chicago, the American Institute of Homeop-
athy, the Homeopathic Ophthalmological, Oto-
logical and Laryngological Society, the Illi-
nois Homeopathic Medical Association and
the Homeopathic Medical Society of Chicago.
Gerhardt, Paul, Architect, Engineer and
Builder of 64 West Randolph Street, was born
Dec. 24, 1866, in Saxony, Germany. lie was
formerly County Architect of Cook County.
In 1912-13 he erected the new Cook County
Hospital, Chicago, at a cost of over three
million dollars. He is a member of the South
Shore Country Club.
Geringer, Vladimir A., Publisher of 2520
South Crawford Avenue, was born Oct. 25,
1872 in Chicago, 111. In 1S97 he was Assist-
ant City Prosecuting Attorney. He is Man-
aging Editor of the Bohemian Daily Svornost.
Gerlach, August E., Business Manager of
208 South LaSalle Street, was born Feb. 20,
1865, in Lawrenceburg, Ind. He is Chicago
Manager of The Gerlach, Barklow Company,
art calendars, Joliet, 111., and Toronto, Can-
Gerstenberg, Adolph, Grain Commission
Merchant of 305 South LaSalle Street, was
born Dec. 29, 1860, in Chicago, 111. He is a
Director of the Chicago Board of Trade; and
a member of the firm of Gerstenberg and
Gerstenberg, Alice, Author of 539 Deming
Place, was born in Chicago, 111. She is the
author of A Little World; Unquenched Fire;
The Conscience of Sarah Piatt; Beyond; The
Pot Boiler; The Unseen; Overtones and other
works. She is President of The Brvn Mawr
Geitsenberg, Erich, Commission Merchant
of 305 South LaSalle Street, was born Nov.
29, 1858, in Chicago, 111. Since 1879 he has
been engaged in the grain and seed business,
and is a member of Gerstenberg and Company.
Gerts, Walter S., Manufacturer of 221 West
Randolph Street, was born June 15, 1870.
Since 1905 he has been Secretary of Gerts,
Lumbard and Company, brush manufacturers.
Gervais, Wanrwright Bacot, Manufacturer
of 2958 Carroll Avenue, was born Sept. 14,
1859 in Aiken, S. C. In 1893 he established
and has since been President of the Variety
Gerwig, Frank L., Investment Dealer of 29
South LaSalle Street, was born Nov. 6, L864,
in Allegheny, Pa. He was formerly Presi-
dent of the Gerwig and Eden Company, twines
and cordage. Since 1912 he has been a broker
in stocks and bonds.
Gestefeld, Ursula Newell, Author of 5328
Kimbark Avenue, was born in Augusta,
Maine. She is the author of The Master of
the Man; The Builder and the Plan; and
Gethro, Fred William, Dentist of 122 South
Michigan Avenue, was born May 28, 1873, in
Dedham, Mass. Since 1S99 he has practiced
dentistry in Chicago. He is Professor of Den-
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tiatry in Northwestern University Dental
Getz, George Fulmer, Coal Operator of 332
South Michigan Avenue, was born Dec. 26,
1865, in Mechanicsburg, Pa. Since 1894 he
has been engaged in the coal business; and
is now President of the Globe Coal Company,
and the Eureka Coal Company.
Geyler, Louis, Automobile Dealer of 2500
South Michigan Avenue, was born Dec. 18,
1866, in Philadelphia, Pa. Since 1904 he has
been engaged in the automobile business. He
is now President of the Louis Geyler Com-
pany, distributors of Hudson automobiles.
Giaver, Joachim G'., Structural and Consult-
ing Engineer of 80 East Jackson Boulevard,
was born Aug. 15, 1856, in Norway. In 1892-3
he was Assistant Chief Engineer of the
World's Columbian Exposition; and for seven-
teen years chief engineer with D. H. Burn-
ham and Company, architects. He is now a
consulting and structural engineer.