The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on July 31, 1928 · 13
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JTL if.tr. mot I ..I 4 1 1 ILLINOIS DEMOCRATIC LEADER IS NEAR DEATH George E. Brennan Has Septic Poisoning Throughout His Entire System CHICAGO, July 31 (A. P.) Georg g, Brennan, 63, Illlnola Democratic lader. we gravely alck from aeptlo poisoning early tqday, m John B. Mur-nliv Hospital. v jte last night Mr Brennan received the earrament of extreme unction, the last rite of the Cathollo Church for the living, from Rev Dr Lawrence Lee. An emergency operation Vrao per. formed last night by Dr Karl Meyer In attempt to prevent spread of infection caused by extraction cf two teeth on Thursday. A lung Infection had developed, and ths poison "read through Mr Brennan'a entire syatem. Until Thursday Mr Brennan was aeemlngly In good health, though hs had complained of his teeth. He was taken to the hospital yesterday. Although sick two years ago, when he underwent an operation on his leg, during Ms unsuccessful campaign tor the United States Senatorahlp, Mr Brennan has continued his activity in P011101 circles as nations! committeeman from Illinois and as a leading advocate of Gov A1 Smiths candidacy for the Presidency. Had Political Conferences Dally ' In addition to his work as field marshal of the Smith forces at the Houston convention, Mr Brennan has been active In support of Floyd E. Thopipsa, Deir.m ratio nominee for Govt,rjjr of Illinois. The Democratic leaders da,ly program has regularly included afternoon political conferences, which he termed his avocation. Since 1837, when he came to Chicago from Springfield, where he was a. clerk, and especially since 1920, when he succeeded Roger Sullivan as Democratic leader In Illinois, Mr Brennan haa been known as the man behind te scenes, and only once has he been In 1929 his leg operation was per- .formed In the midst of his race for the Senatorshlp against Col Frank L. Smith. He has been known chiefly for his ability to bolster Democrats strength in a normally Republican State, and he himself was defeated by only 67,000 votes two years ago when there were .Republican pluralities of 800,000 to 1,000,000 In other contests. Mr Brennan was generally credited yi s coal 'mines at Braid wood. 111, Brennan's left leg was crushed .and amputated at the knee. Later be taught school. GEORGE E. BRENNAN with putting William E. Dever In Chicagos Mayoral chair In 1923. Throughout his career he has been known as wringing wet, a description he courted. When he visited New York recently, the Illinois Democratic chieftain told cratlc victory in Illinois. As a mule driver in his youth in STATE INCOME TAX , GIRLS HAVE OUTING The annual outing of the girls of the State Income Tax Division was held yesterday at the home of Dr and Mrs John T. Sullivan in South Hanson. About 35 girls engaged In the boating, canoe and water races, followed by a banquet and dancing in the evening. In the various contests the winners were as follows: 40-Yard Dash Won by Mary Regan; Bernice Hayes, second; Eleanor Ford, third. 100-Yard Daah Won by Mary Regan; Bernice Hayes, second; Eleanor Ford, third. , ", Three-Legged Race Won by Mae Scanlon and Mae Regan; CeclllaCurry and Rose Still, second. Bal-Throwing Contest Won by Rose McDermott; Mary Pelletier, second; Jane Grlndley, third. . Bathing Beauty Contest Won by Anna Sullivan, daughter of Dr and Mrs John T. Sullivan. The prizes were awarded by Edward Prendergast. Jordan Marsh Company Store Closed All Day Saturdays During August because we must lighten the burden of moving our upholstery and curtain sections to another floor I tremendous markdowns have been taken fine laee curtains greatly reduced French Applique Curtains On very fine Brussels net. Were 15.00 and 17.50 pair Pair 12.50 Filet Figured Rayon Panels Novelty panels on fine quality net trimmed with fringe. Were 6.50 to 12.00 each Each 5.75 Figured Marquisette Curtains Madras effect figures, extra wide, trimmed with full width ruffle. Were 2.S5 pair Pair 2.25 Odd Pairs One and two pair lots price Cottage Sets Seven pieces various colors and kinds. Were 2.50 and 2.75 set Set 1.95 45-Inch Imported Manchester Nets Striped in solid colors blue and ecru, blue and orange, orchid and ecru. Were 2.50 yd Yd. 1,50 Rayon Panels Some filet nets trimmed with fringe. Were 4.50 to 6.50 each. Each 3.00 Velvet Portieres 36 inches, with French edges green on one side and brown on other side. Were 15.50 pair ....Pair 8.50 Real Lace Arabian Curtains-Were' 12.50 to 17.50 pair Pair 10.00 Marie Antoinette Lace Curtains Were 12.50 to 17.50 pair Pair 10.00 45-inch French Nets Lattice designs, ecru ground with gold, blue, rose, green. Were 2.00 yd. Yd. 1.25 Novelty Rayon Nets 38 inches wide, lock chain weave in blue, gold, rose. Were 2.50 yd... Yd. 1,25 Imported Velour Couch Covers Oriental designs. Were 20.00, 22.50, 25.00 each Each 15.00 CURTAIN SECTION SIXTH FLOOR ANNEX CANDIDATE CALLS TAX EXEMPTION CRYING EVIL Airs MacFadden of Cambridge Found No Opposition To Her Aspiration to Be Governor Concentration upon the problem of taxation and emphasis upon what sbe considers the crying evils of tax exemption in this State are the greatest contributions which Mrs Edith Hamilton MacFadden of Cambridge feels she can make to the welfare of Massachusetts in offering herself as a candidate for Governor the first woman to take out papers for nomination to that office In the Bay State. Mrs MacFadden, who is the author of a book upon the subject of taxation exemption, entitled The Next Question, has had little time so far in an unusually busy life for taking an active part in politics, although she has for many years been an ardent worker for the cause of equal suffrage and was one of the earliest women voters here, when women showed slight Interest in the few questions on which they were then allowed to vote. Finds Views Heartily Indorsed The widow of a Congregational minister, Rev Robert A. MacFadden, who died in 1909, she has lived in Massachusetts 32 years and during her husbands pastorates in Andover, Chelsea and Danvers, she identified herself particularly with the civic, welfare and social activities of these places, and later those of Cambridge, where she has made her home since 1912. I happen to know the State of Mas-sachusetts unusually well, said Mrs McFadden last evening, when seen in her home at 18 Francis av, Cambridge, "and I have Just returned from a trip across the State, during which I was delighted, not only to find my position on the taxation question so heartily indorsed, but surprised as well to find no opposition to a woman aspiring to the executive position of Governor. There have been women Governors of Western States, of course, remarked Mrs McFadden, although I cannot say that I think Ma Ferguson, as Governor of Texas, was any special credit to our sex In such an offlea. The fact that I have not entered politics before has been due to the peculiarly difficult circumstances of my life. Put Children Through College Mrs MacFadden, a slender, dignified woman, with white hair, went on to explain that she was left a widow In 1909, with a house in Danvers and an annual income of $900 a year on which to support herself and four children, the two youngest mere babies. She succeeded in doing it and in put- college. One child was killed by an automobile In Cambridge some years ago. , . - , : t ? ' k $ t' 4 4 ' ? ,& MRS EDITH H. MacFADDEN Cambridge Woman Who May Seek Republican Nomination It was a difficult task, Mrs MacFadden admitted last night, but one of which she is Infinitely proud. Hefl eldest son, Hamilton MacFadden, was graduated from Harvard in 1921; beg second son, Robert P. MacFadden. from the same college in 1920. and her daughter. Miss Caroline MacFadden. ai muslo teacher, who is now in Europe was graduated from Radcilffe in 1920. Once my children became self-sup porting, explained Mrs MacFadden "I was able to devote most of my ener gies to study and to the things which most concerned me, chief of them this taxation exemption question, or which. I must say Massachusetts is most particularly heedless. When real estate valued at 360,000. 000 is every year taken from the taxable list and put into the tax-exempt class, she declared, and 70 percent of the taxes are assessed on the remaining real estate, a very serious process Is unquestionably going on. Homes are In danger end the women of this country need to rise up and let their voices be heard la no uncertain tones. The Republican Party has always stood for protection of the industries and business interests of our country and I believe that this is ths psychological moment for the great body or American women to take their stand as the National Womens Party, working side by side with husbands, brothers and sons and taking over particularly as its chief business tho guarding and protect ftig of ths homss and children of the Nation. Massachusetts citizens are carrying the financial burden of enormous public educational and welfare Institutions. Should they be asked to pay the taxes on privately owned and privately controlled real estate? "I say no. That Is a rock we can wreck the State on. Lets steer away from it. When all the citizens authorize pub- 11c expenditure should a few citizens pay the hills? I say no.' Democracy cannot exist on that policy.' Jordan Marsh Company nursery furniture of Jordan quality . . . . at August savings this annual event is always one of the most outstanding of the year . . mothers can Ornish the nursery as charmingly as any room in the house, and save money all this month. X V ; lit, fT( wicker t cardrobe 9.15 IVORY PLAY PENS with floor and beads, usually 10.00 6.45 WICKER WARDROBES Ivory decorated, 4 compartments, usually 15.00 9.75 WOODEN WARDROBES plain Ivory, 4 drawers, usually 15.00 9 75 IVORY CRIBS with decorations, spring Included, size 28x54, usually 25.00 -....19.75 IVORY CRIBS with decorations, size 28x54, usually 16.50 ......... .12.95 IVORY CHIFFOROBES decorated, usually 35. 00.. 29.50 BASSINETTES smMI size, 20x40, spring In-eluded, usually 7.50 ......5.95 HIGH (JllAIRS Ivory with pink, green or blue trimmings, aluminum tray, usually 8.75 ... .5.75 NURSERY CHAIRS Ivory, usually 3.50 2.65 NURSERY CHAIRS decorated wood, chamber Included, usually 10.00 7.95 BASKET SCALES Ivory, large size, usually nursery chair 7.95 7.50 .5.75 DECORATED BASKETS with handle. Ivory, pink or blue, with raised rosebud deco- rations, usually 3.00 .2.35 , IVORY COSTUMERS solid base, with rosebud decorations. Also pink and blue, usually 3.00 2.35 decorated basket 2.S5 THIRD FLOOR MAIN STORE Jordan Marsh Company t n Wednesday r the first day of our annual mw Open Wednesday Evening until 9 For the convenience of our customers. T FI . - the greatest in our history brings to you these very exceptional values in furniture, of character. A. Open Wednesday until 9 Please use Chauncy Street Entrance. three-piece all mohair living room suite very specially priced sofa 90.00 arm chair 45.00 wing chair 50.00 This beautiful custom made suite is manufactured to the highest specifications covered in 100 angora mohair all over cushions are reversible and covered with attractive imitation moquette. Filling is all moss, full web construction throughout both seat and back. Good size sofa, arm chair and wing chair. a beautiful four-piece r A ' bedroom suite ' ) r bureau 59.00 vanity 50.00 chest 40.00 bed 36.00 A bedroom value that speaks for itself beautifully finished and carefully constructed of selected walnut veneers and gumwood. The suite consists of full size bureau with large size swinging mirror, dressing table in the newest and most popular style, chest of drawers and either full or twin size beds. odd bedroom and dining room chairs reduced 50 or more for quick clearance . Furniture may be purchased on the Budget Payment Plan Clearance of odd servers, . vanities and bureaus reduced 1-3 to 1-2 1 r 1 1 5 , n A IL

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