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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1913.
ILL, HE ENDS LIFE ! MEDICAL SOCIETY
AFTER VAIN WAIT i EXPLAINS BAN PUT
Consumptive Leaves Long
Vigil in Despair When Treat
ments Do Not Begin.
ON OR. FRIEDMANN
(Continued From Klmt Tunc.)
AfM mi .xll-dny vigil yesterday and
IMl forenoon, g.tslng hopefully lit th
vrtnlnv rr th 'W.ililor!'. Astoria fo.
ri which would teii hla m4 kmntt4
1 "thw ulYerer that Dr. Frledanann
11 WVSM take up tin!- 'aees, CiMHM
l.iobemtan. eighteen yean old, a ion
eumpaive. went M Ml home at No IM
Knot One Hun Ire I and Fourteenth sheet
t i4a aitTnoon and killed hlmseir.
"If no ue." he told hia father
tlaapondently when he returned from hi
vialt to the hotel and the bunding at
Fifth avenua and Thirty-third street,
a hi re It had been reported Dr. Frled
Mll nan to open office. "I've been
Thu father, laano l.ilonnan, himself a
v'Ctlm of tuberculoala, wtin had stood
all jrgatcrday In front of the liotal with
lill boy, aouicht to cheer him up. A mo
ment Inter the tmy wont to hit room on
th fourth floor of MM squalid tenement
Ilia mother emelled iras and traced It
to the bathroom. There ehe found her
n unconacloua, a tuba runneeled with
th opaned gae Jet In hla moutli.
In Hale or the HlrlMB HonpltnJ
forked OVW the- b07 with a pulmotor
f r Itolf mi hour, but In va n. Ilia
r eakened COIttMtkM . not tqUnl to
I hi .i,-nnnds madv upon it.
Nt.rher of tlw Lelbermana have been
a'jU.' Do work to- month." they have la-en
e pnorte-l by tho I'nlted Hebrew fhari
t.aa. But the coming of Iir. MaJmil
itinr.rta them wrtlt new hope, h'lh
t .ion and son hve bean on hajul etui
etenllv, hoping foi a chanrv to underpa
ed Fifth avenue yesterday straggled
up to Broadway and 'ine Hundred and
Tlilrtv-elghth street In twos and threea
only to be, refused admittance and told
aa they were veatetday that "Dr. Fried
inann has no office tiere."
Ie.e ted and hopeless, they lingered
only a short time, remembering the po
llen on Fifth avenue who rogtardt
ELOPERS' SECRET OUT.
M:. Gallic Roosevelt of el t am fold,
Conn., announced to.dny th .t nor daugh
r. Hm-ly Hubbard lloanevelt. had
tm rt,l tJot. laat to tJeorge I'.
i h.ddarton. a lnk ilork ami the aon
.r PneoerVk U. Choddert a Karten
eal eatntt- dealer.
th. omiole ran away to thl city and
wethout notifying their
M.ieiita. When they returned and
wneal up the announcement of the mar.
,',g, wan held back beoauee or tho 111
health of 'I" l,rtdc-
kept tlinn moving and even used force
In driving them awn .
NO TREATMENTS AT THE MON
f'r. Frledmnnn had promlaed the free
treatment would begin at noon to-day
at the Monterlore Home Ilia secretary,
Charles Hundt, reiterated the announce
ment to an Kvenlng World reporter at
10 n'ctick to-day, atatlng positively thut
Hr. Frlednionn would he on hand with
hla dlacovery, which has been announeed
aa the conuuero- of the (treat White
"The doctor will treat the patients In
the ocler they arrive. It w ill ho drat
oome, first xerved." said Mr. Hundt.
"Dr. Frledmann haa no connection
with this Inatltutlon and will not treat
patlvnta here to-day or any other day.'
said Hiapt. Wacham.in of the Monte
flore Home. Aaked Mow he arrouiited
for the rcpi.rt that hla Institution had
been ntlMtad, Dr. Wac'isman replied:
"I am HOI accounting for it. T.iere
la no authority for aueh an nnnouni , -ment."
To those ahn carne hoping for the
treatment Dr. Wachemau and Ills Milit
.vits explained gently that the visitors
wero laboring under inlslnrormatton
fol whlcii the home was aorry but not
W hen naked over the telephone tor an
explanation of ills announcement in vl
bl Dr. Vnriiman's Oenlau, Secretary
llundt said no more Informattlon would
b given to "impudent newapaper men.'
"Dr. Frledmann will see no one," ne
napped, and hung up tl.e receiver. All
tarda sent to the apartmnt wcr- re
turned with a brief ret awl, "Can't see."
Many meaaagea In eo.iled envelopes were
srnt up, bearing questions such aa:
Will Dr. Fiieimatiii submit a aperltnent
of hla bnc.'isl to the proper authorliiea?"
and "Has Dr. Frledmann made any at
tempt to secure proper permission to
practice m-liclnc. a.- iuulred by tne
State laws?' 'ih'V were returmd
oponof. aii th- it Mined forntti n i 1
bv the Waldorf: not in room."
muit rmrr attach himelp
TO 80ME HOSPITAL STAFr.
Bjf the ruling made List night at the 1
c.imltla Mlnorla of tto- New York 1
County Medical Hoclety, Dr. Krie Imaiin
may adtulniater hla remedy aa a dein
onstrnti.in in ny hospital to which he
attaches himself aa a member pro ;
teui of the regular staff
Dr .Tosoph ft. Hlpes, who hM .1 Inlier-!
eal ala aaiiltartuni at All,, m ieniue
New Mexico, , ailed to see Dr. Fried ;
manii 0 tiny
"I have MUM) to aak hhii eliher to go i
to ,,.w Mexico himself or delegate
MM one wtio can do so." he eaid
"Nine-tentha of the present population
of New Mexico la made up of tubercular
exiles who go fhere for the relief and
healing Ohe OlbRMl affords llundieds
of thetn planned to g,i to llerlln to visit
Dr. Fatwlmann. IViey clmtiged Ihelr
plans when he Hailed tor th:a country
There ate two liundril of them here In
Sew York waiting for him to open hi
dim . 'Phey are all nninoWl ol means
HI Helen! to pay Tor liis aervlces ami
are hold.ng iM. k go that he can aerve
the chnritv patients first."
Utter in the afternoon the Frlerimntiii
tronghold cnpltulateil and In a troop
fifteen strong trie reporter! were ad
mitted to Dr Frledmann a apartment.
The doctor appeared with hla customary
lightness. "Ah, one. two, three, fmir
fifteen. we're all hen-." he counted
Tile lepoTte.-a Lego-, rpieatlon I rig htm
nbotM the MonU'llorl 1 1,, me eplaal.
UP TO THE HEALTH COMMIS
SIONER, SAYS DR. FRIEDMANN.
"One moment." eahl Dr. Fi-ledmann.
vatliig himself. "IVe'tor." turning lo
ti brojhaf, lh-. A. ft H. Frtediminn or
OOlorndU rtringa, "rend ror the gen
tleman." Then- followed a nulck , m
fab In OeniMn. after which tho scien
tist's t other ojH.ned a telegraph blank
on Wtlfek wae earefuHy wi..t.n
This matter Is In V hand of the
l's.arl of Health. ! am willing to
abide by the decision uf the Health
Commlsloner, who haa promised to
make hla decision known to m to
day If poailblt. He will also tell ine
In what hoapltal I may demonstrate
Dr. Krledmann tead the statement
carefully ami oimluded with: "That
covers Ihc uupatlnn ahs'ilutely."
"Hut what alanit the Monteflori
I Ionic '."' was asked.
That Is a thing we do not cam to
discuss," replied the brother.
s, retary Hundt kepi Out of eight.
Dr. Frledmann hlmlf refused to in
gWr niiestlon put to him directly and
tnrouiTI lila brother. Interpreting for
bin -M llmea ho speaks Kngllsh. In
the midst of the quOttlonlng he Jumped
to his feet.
"Thorn ' nothing Ich haba meln
statement gegehen. Otttt" and clicked
his heel together, bowing emartly to
aignlfy the interview waa over.
Dr. I .derlc. Health Commissioner
said this afternoon: "1 have the Krled
mann matter under cotialderttlon an 1
will mike an announcement to-ulght."
PARENTS IN ROW
OVER THEIR SON
AT THE WALDORF
(Continued From Klrst I'age )
did. riding away downtown In a taxtcati
wh e the crowd of HMMMbf gathered
aiouti l th flustered maid mid asked
Mrs. Wel 'h and the hoy weie no more
than seated at a table In a corner of th
Waldorf nnlni room then two very much
excited fnetl appgored at the entrance j
and lonSed nervously about the room, i
Winn they picked QUI Mr W..ch and
Henry Maker one of them dropped back
to Hie corridor, lie waa the Ikiv's father.
The other, hla lawyer. Francis ood
brldge. walked over lo the table and
glared nt Mrs Welch
he remarked, smiling.
going home with me." lie
"Henry." ehe aald, '1 going to do
nothing of the sort. II I going to have
lunch with Ills mother. ly T aald tint
you are Interrupting?"
LAWYER'S SOLEMN WARNING
HAD NO EFFECT.
"Do you reallxe the reaponalbllltv
gotl are assuming?" naked tin lawyer.
"Do you know what might be done to
Mrs. Welch looked up at him nd
InUghOd aloud. When Henry lulued her
Kith luughter Mr. Woodhrldgti began
tapping the door with hie toe.
"If you will i omo to me at my
hotel, the Holly, this cenltig mav
In, able to avoid iOCh dleugi eeable
a, nea hi this In the future," eaid Mrs.
Welch. "I would much rather e
Henry fin" g week or two each ear
r, Itiiout any public uunri elllng. Thl,
Igfl't my fault, sou know, really.'
Mr. Woodbr Ige nronl away. Mt.
Baker went with him. Mrs. Welch fte
lunch was oonortod l her eon to t lie
armory of the KaJcntofejooher draya, ttie
cadet cnp of little aina of wealthy
parents to whl ih he belong and which
drills Ml Tueedny gftOmooM,
Mrs. linker said site wanted to mnk
sure thnt Henrs knew ahe still loved
him more than anything In t le world
and that lie must not believe anything
alnn. and ehe watited him to understand
the millet Iving motives for keeping them
Dart, which lh Mid had lo no with
the future control of the fortune he la
The mother. wlv made the trip half
around the world for to-day' meeting,
sailed from Kngland for Baltimore Ill
s',. id of for lloston as she had Intended,
and slipped Into New York no quietly
that Mr. Baker, who hd aald that he
feared her kidnapping the hoy, did not
know she was here until after site had
taken the boy to her hotel with her.
COAL TAR TRUST "BUSTED''
BY SUIT OF ONE DAY.
RiVorJ MaJe hv DKTN nt .IikIrc
Holt Dissolving Muxx,000
A reourd for trut busting wa -tabllahcd
to-day when a decree dlaaoiv
ing tho American Coal Product! Com-uny-4ll
"Coal Tnr Truat"-together
with Its chief snlwldary, the
Harrett Manufacturing Company, and
several (mailer idbwldary concerns, was
entered by Judge Holt In the 1'nlted
Hlatea DMftCt Court.
The complaint In 'he (lovernment
nit so dlsaolve the truat under the
Sherman antl-truat law wa only filed
The "Coal T Trutl " was cwpltallied
at lir.nn,(lf alon'-, Incmillng the outstand
ing Monk of the fosMMtao, Ti e Mttlrn
nntni of the allied groups of corpora
Nona was nearly iiu.o.ci. .,
NEW ANTI-BETTING BILL.
I'lTte l.eagae Head lam It Will
Meet Reeent t'narl Tleelalon.
AI.RANT. March i A bill design...!
tn meet the recent de lalon of the
Appellate IHvlslon In New York that
oral bentlng n not lllental will be :n
tnxluoed In Ih beglslature soon, ac
cording to Kev. O. H. Miller, who rep
resents lh New York Civic l,ea g
Tie bill would make It a mladetneannr
for any peroon "with or w ithout the M.
ehange of money or propcrtv to partlol
pate In pool selling or toookmklng,
with or without writing, or In any form
n. gambling at any time or place," and
would apply th same penalty to any
person "who as bettor or the taker of
i bet tlmclly or indliritlj in ,1s net.
o natt-rm ne a, .11. o.,l. .,, .iiiU... I.n.ili.
With or without writing upon Die result j
o, any trial or .untcst of skill. .
or power of ciilurnnve ol nia'i 01
FIUHT BACr.-Heltfg: two-year-ode
three furlongs Ave, lesi i.'silrviti). II n
even and 1 to '-. first. Manners. Ill
fOonnn), 9 to :. I to . and I to r,. in nil
Colore, KM i Martini. 10 to I. I to 1 m I
a to I, third Time MH I'atiutl. ,.. .
Htonidicnge, rkinny Boy and Vulgaj tlM
ran and ftnlolied aa named
The Jiic pi entries for tn-morrow'a
r.e es are a folkvwv
i hit it a i. pmHi te.i MgfoMw inn ng
kxajt, 4t1'i.SM fanlft, to., sn ilool.ia . rk. f.
Ileaersl H .r-.Jii.l , tltrlau. lleoe. Ml W
M Uai 'f' i InodM n lis Henna, tn
.: lrJ Ustc.l.eis iw, a l tjrst Y . 101
ill K no KkaORHk, 1 15 nl n -. lis
w i. Aia4"te nil
HrX'llMIl Itai'R selling, foiu rear ,'! sn.1
want. Ma t .rimn Awfcl UPt IWl 'Msg M '
fonsry. iw. Wjo, ion. 11 i iaakeiea, ioj.
naleneta. 10,1 IMl, tnet; ilnllen v. . ion.
IsmL, wtiiie. W, Ho, fc,iaie. ig. i urn ntkn
ion n..nn n.1,1 Ml Ihirae. in
Tilt HI H.1 K HMUng. i ,r ,.i.. t, ll fur
loinjs I' ' w..!. Mj Klet rlialeart 101
Ibnanm 111. Arxssn.nl. I'll KmMt 10 Rl.a.
tflg. iv,nnlit. IK.
lit It TH HACK kelllnf. finer nv gMi si. I
UP: Si fltlfflig I'M-tler lag, III; H1ii
nr. Maraaad. n. ".ag of II . ion tie la.
urn unali. nil: Faeniii 1111, nt. r-. .
nil. list, an llarr Its . hitler Hill. MM
I I. . V l" 111. IpMPSr. Hfl.
i-'irrii mi 1. awitna -.r ..ei.
gBi en Utile Hoi WH ... mi. istkeliiMii.isii
lov 'Patau. KM, J ' " le 1. tint. ',....
107 Dw Itsx. 10 ae, lift Hrf.W!.r in
ajXTM MM SMltM. f.,rrr.ii. and
UP: on all ad so elgbni- DteTttWl as ,.
cn.'.n ton, Tnna, n; i.mie..i. m;
llsllao. 10ft: WhMden ins. ll.x.Ule to L
M. Dikert llo. Hsa nernarrl. I or., f , tus.
IV W Kentton. 110; Hannla. 110
Anpejwtlee alltesnee Tear! fsst.
Suffering from corm in unneccwary.
You cm put ;i stop to it by huyinM one
bfix uf PlvfCVI (Itirn Planters. Every
box is - r ,1,1 under a binding guarantee to
Cure, If it doesn't the druggist will give
fpp ik.i 1 .rm foV buck your money.
Pierce's Corn Plasters
Remove th moat painful ami stubborn corn In S day. In 1
raaea, only 411 hour are required Ttiry work quickly and easily .
The firal application an, pa ihr pain almost instantly . Th Pig
looeent the corn, root and all, an that you can rub il off with
your ting. 'ii. it will not come hack.
I'iene'a Ca-trn Plaatert are fo Ihin that they Jo not
feat up any room In the h". ror rleyen year we y
o.d thouaanda ol inra under our money hack guaran.
tee. I hat' the irnngrat posaable prnol that ihey
01ko Km hI, He tore you get the jrimmr
lOc and 2ic a Box
X t nil DratftJUU (or by mall
TMK A K. PIERCE CO.. Springfield,
11 .aaaw A .1..
,Vt (eMMtMg N '
reMaeg tm ik lies
,9m H iW aViening nf t n'Uitck
H ( ;. Evening at S n't'lttck
Open Sat litany VntU 10 f. .If.
ak (mm pbri- a wmc
"REALLY DOES" PUT STOMACHS IN
ORDER HT ONCE PAPES DIAPEPSIN.
Time it! In just five minutes there will be no Indi
gestion, Sournesss, Heartburn. Gas or Dyspepsia.
Do tome food ynu cat hit hack laat
good, bait work bndly: ferment into at un
born lump nnd cnuae n lick, sour gnaiy
stomach? Now. Mr. or Mr. Dyspeptic,
jot thin down. Pnpe' Dlnpepgtn digest .
everything, lenving nothing to sour nnd
upt you. No difference how badly
your itomncb I disordered you get
happy relief In (We minute, hut what
pi raaea you moat ia thnt it strengthens
nnd regulates your stomach go you can
cat your invomn toons witnout irnr.
Mntt remedies give you relief some
time they nre slow, but not
Diaprusin is quirk, positive and Duta
your atoiunrk in n healthy condition o
the misery a on t come back.
You feel different aa soon at Dinpepain
come In rontnrt with the stomach
diatreaa juat vaniahet your atotnarh
geti aweet, no aaaea, no belching, no
rurt at inns of undigested food.
et clears nnd you fool (ine.
Put nn end to atotnarh troubla by
felting n Urge flfly-cnnt eaae of Pane a
liapepain from any drug store. You
1 ' at ! . . . 1 .. .
reaine in live minuies now neeaiess it is
to suffer from indigeation, dytpeptin or
ny stomach diaorder
f)f Thrra M Msttiiisianv llnlehftl I ramM, 1 IfcNll mmmm
111 ' "",T, ""hht'I" 'f NhaJr NjJ 50
if 1 3!-"",'?yc!575 1 4iom3?tc!$125 fi c A mpi y 1 1 fi II 1 1
I I lunlslicl t iirilislHil t w i ,,,,.i,.,i sariww
trill i, multl IK
B Rallroa I art liyastfe"'
THBY WORK WONDERS
Long Live Wilson!
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