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DRAGGING SUFFRAGET, 'HEAD FIRST, FROM A?
. t This photqgraph shows, a suffraget speaker hanging head down, the
"mob below tugging at her-and her friends, above holding hereby her skirts.
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GOOD GOVERNMENT ADVICE .
The advice of- government physic
clans that tuberculosis Tietjms do not
suspend or interrupt their present
treatment on account of Dr. Fried
mann's claims Qfa cure Js good ad
vice, no mattervhatFriedmannlias
Teally gof in the sv&y'.of'a ciire:. '
So far as1 can be learned, Dr. Priecl
manji's treameiifis -Stflllu tttee-
perimental stage. " That some of his
patients first treated re "already
eehng. better" and .that he has sold
rights to use his,discovery for large
sums are grounds "for hope; and let
us hope on. But there is also hope in
the treatment resorted to before
Priedmann. was heard, of. "Aliird in
the1 hanct is With twd in. the bush'
and honest estimates' would still put
FrieJcaailn.,s4retTOeuf iifth$ busij;