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GIVEN FRIEDMANN CULTURE;
SAYS SHE FEELS BETTER '
Upper Sandusky, March 13
Five'drops .of the Friedmann culture
of turtle bacilli werecinjected into, the'
thSghjrf Mrs. Wm. jOrth, tuberculosis
sufferer, 'today by a local physician.
The culture is .part' of that obtain-'
ed from'Pjrofl PierokoWski,, of Berlin.
The straw-colored fluid is valued at
?2 a drop and when it was. injected
into Mrs. .Orth's thigh it -raised a
hard lump on the flesh: Mrs. Orth,
late this afternoon, said that she al
ready feels better than she has for
The second treatment, 15' drops,
will be given when the lump has dis
appeared Three .injections are given
Mrs. Orth has suffered from tuber
culosis for, about, four months. Her
disease is in the stage said by Dr.
Priedmann to be most easily cured
by 'his treatment.
Upper. Sandusky, O. Dr. Otto
Carl StuterWhoVas, treated for con
sumption four weeks ago in. Berlin
by'Dr.-F. P. Friedmann, arrived home
today. Says he believes, he is, cured.
Brought witti him a 'quantity of the
Priedmann. cure. " '
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THAT SPRINGFIELD DEADLOCK
Springfield, III., March 13. the
Progressive-Republican - alliance for
the .election. of L. Y. Sherman to the
long ' term and Frank' Punk to. the
short term( U. S.- senatorship fell
through when the tenth .ballot Was
taken today. ' , '
In. a caucus of Republicans and
Progressive an agreement had been
sighed to put thirciugh a Republican
and Progressive. Rep. Monroe and
Senator Walter Clyde Jones refused
to acecpt the proposition and with
drew from the caucus.
It is probable the Sherman-Funk
deal will go throughtomorrdw.
James Hamilton Lewis, Democrat,
'received ?3, y.9tes fjar,.-the' long term
Sherman sr$ceived 75, Funk 21, Ber
lyn 4, King 3 and Bobins 1. .
It iavbeheved Lewis' big vote was
VfinaJ. effort of - the Democrats to
elect him. ,
A .switch' to some candidate suit
able to Lorimer andSullivan Democrats-
may be made .tomorrow in. an
effoft " to beat' the , ShermanrFunk
STRATTON GETS FIVE YEARS
Indianapolis, Ind., March 13.
Cluyde Stratton, gentleman burglar,
who has a police reputation as one
of the shrewdest robbers in the coun
try, was today sentenced to 5 ,years
in prison by Federal Judge Anderson.
Frank Williams, a companion, in al-t
leged robbery of McCool, Ind. post'
office, also got 5 years.
Etratton, .Williams and 3 women
companions were arrested by Chi
cago police in January, during the
search for the slayers of J. H..Ldgue,
wealthy jeweler. In -their flats was
found sever thousand dollars worth
of jewelry and dozens of "revolvers.
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Why He Watched. v"
A country clergyman, who was
nailing up a refractory creeper, ob
served 'a .young lad watching him for
a long" time with', obvious' interest.
"Well, my young '.friend," he aid
.smilingly, "are you trying to get
hint nr turn nn.minipmnp'?"' "lMnn I"
said the youth.' "Are you surprised
to see meworking Uke this?." "Noa!
I do bewailing to see what a parson
do say; when he hammers His
Tammany hall and college, stu
dents were" the big things at that" 5-.
auguration celebration. Gee! somer
how that doesn't sound-good!
Rain tonight for Chicago and vi
cinity; Friday rain or snow, and cold
er; brisk, south winds shifting to
northwes$ Friday .