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TUBERCULOSIS CURE AND
ITS DISCOVERER ARRIVE
New York, Feb
States government took official re
cognition of tho clnim of Dr. Fred
rick F. Friedmann to tho discovery
of a cure for tuberculosis when by
order of the surgeon-Reneral a phy
sicton of the United States marine
hospital service, Dr. Milton H, Fos
ter; ai sei 1 1 meet tho young Gar
man physician on his arrival here to
day aboard the steamship Kron
Prinsessin Cecilie. ,
At the request uf the governor
surgeon, Dr. Fredmann, after half
.an hour's conference aboard the
steamer on the trip from Quaran
tine, consented to turn over a quant
ity of his bacilli to be tested by the
government and to demonstrate the
efficiency of his cure before phy
sicians of tin hospital service. He
agreed to meet a laboratory expert
of the government in this city Thurs
day to arrange for a demonstration
which will be tried on tuberculosis
NO SECRET REMEDY.
Dr. Frfdmnnn, who comes to this
country at the invitation of Charles
25 The United , treated from2 500 toa.OOO pafefits,"
l . 1 .,Y t t U
ne asiertea. now many i rave su
solutely cured I cannot estimate, but
their rlumber has run into the hut
dreds. 1 he remidy cures all forms
of tuberculosis except such cases as
arc quite hopeless that is, on the
the point of death. Tho process is
a slow one.. but the first effects are
to be seen two or three weeks after
innoculation. The time when an ab
solute cure can be said to be effected
Is a matter of. months. The method
of administering is 50 per cent of the
FOR ALL MANKIND.
I want all mankind to benefit by
my discovery. I have alria ly turned
over some of my bacilli to the Ger
man government, and I am very
glad to turn it over to the American
Dr. Friedmann denied that he had
beert offered $1,000,000 by Mr. Fir.
lay if he would cure 95 out of M00
patients in this country. He admitt
ed that he was to rfceive a "sub
stantial compensation" in event he
cured the banker's son-iV'aw, Ray
E Fin lay, a New York banker who
hopes tho physician wjll be able to
cure his son-in-1 uv of the disease,
dec'n-fd tonight that his remedy was
-not a secret, and that hp purposed to
.'""mat?- known to "hII the world" the
meiftmi hv wh en it wa9 created and
the manner in which it was -admin-in'H.
" It consisted of bacHi taken
from a turtle into which tubercular
bucill.i frcm a human being had been
injected, he explained.
I have been working upon the
cure for fourteen years, and in the
last two and a half years I have
'Paris, of this city.
"1 am not mercenary," he said.
"AH I care about is sufficient rf'wnrd
to eriHh'o" me to demonstrate my
curu to the world "
Dr. Ft iedmann, who was rccrn
paniid by in'assis'ant and a "prlvntt
secretary, was met at the. pier, by
Mr. Finluy and taken as his guestto
a bar q -jet tonight at the Lotus cldb
The surgeon brings a .quantity of 'Bis
bacilli with him, which ha exp. cts to
a 1 minister to the banker's son-in-law
YANKEE ADMIRAL- HEADS THE TURKISH NAVY
ttecknam P c Admlrmi Km
ford D. DuefcMftt, a Om lutrepM
of Mm Imperial
Ottomaa navy I
better known to
a koflt of friends
18 brought onco
mare Into the In
lLght by dl
itches Just re
ceived from tho
WMt of the Bal
kan conflict. These
reports aro of
tne. man who enn
glncored tho sortlo of the Turkish
fleet from tho Dardanelles, a mnncu
v.eP which showed a potent grip of
Tho career of Hansford D. Buck
nam from tho tlmo hp first shipped
boforo tho mast as n cabin boy on tho
Great Lakes until ho was commis
sioned soveral years ago with tho full
rank of an admiral In tho Turkish
nary, reads like a cha'pter from Ac
tion. Ho Is tho first Christian ever
placed In actual command of a Mo
hammedan fleet Even Hobart Pasha,
tho British admiral of" tho Crimean
war, failed to gain this distinction.
Bucknam Pasha gained his present
rank by his work in reorganizing tho
Turkish navy under Abdul Hamld.
Ho was a rear admiral when Abdul
Hamld waS deposed, but tho new re
gime confirmed his rank and later
elevated him to his present position.
4 Bucknam was born In Nova Scotia,
but hla parents moved, to Maine when
he was very young. His experiences
on tho Great Lakes began when he
was fourteen years old, and two years
Mw he satfarf from New York, m
qnnrtermnwtw on a Ktoeoer feoCmd
for the Pacific. While th schooner
was In Manila the captain and mate
died from the ehotet. Bweknww vm
the only mn aboard who td itodted
navigation. He appeared before a
special board to bo examined for a
Bucknam was in command of a
fftonmehlp that sailed from Tampfee
for Now York in tho early '&0's. The
vessel, which was laden with silver
and hemp, struck, a sunken wreck
when twenty-four hours out of Tarn
pIco and tho propeller was complete
ly demolished. The mato and, three
men managed to reach the shore In
an open boat and cabled for help. In
tho meantlmo tho vessel' had drifted
at tho will of tho winds and waves
and a rescuing tug had to spend threo
weeks locating. It ,'
- Although the ship. was badly dam
aged, Bucknam balked at tho, cost of
having her drydocked at Key West
and ho undertook tho hazardous tsk
of bringing her to Now Tiork In her
disabled condition. First, ho shifted
all tho cargo to tho forward compart
ments to settle hor by tho head.
When this failed to bring tho stern
high enough In tho air so that the
propeller could bo reached ho hitched
a small schooner laden with stono
ballast to tho stem. This maneuver
raised the stern so high that Buck
nam was able to attach a makeshift
propeller. It was tho first, occasion
In nautical history whore a mastor
had, put a propeller on a ship without
drydocklng her.. He brought the
Bteamshlp to Now York. Tho spec
tacular feat gained tho young skipper
ll Tobacco Cotton ll
ORIGINATOR OF PLAN TO PENSION MOTHERS,
' Hotel Robbers Halted. Young Senators.
By the decisive votd of 119 to 65, Among: tho youngest Senators aft
.a nonpartisan vote, the Hoqse adopt- er March 4 will be Lea, of Tenne?
. ed Representave Ben Johnson's reso- see; 34; Shepard, of Texas, 38;-Rob-'lutionto
prohibit Washington Ho- inson, of Arkansas, 4i; Hughes, of
teia,. cafes, boarding-houses and tax-- New Jersey, 41; James, of Kentucky
43; Ashuret of Arizona, 39 Bailey
and Beveridge, recently retired,
went in at 38 and 37 v
Free Ticket To Princess.
icab and automoblilet owners from
charging or collecting from inaug
ural visitors rates higher than or
dinary rates prevailing daily prior
Peb.i25. 1913 The resolution was
conveyed at once to the Senate, wi n every p. oaf of the best
where it is expected to pass. cream bread I will give one ticket
An attempt of Representative free good fur 'children only.
Bjrke, of Pennsylvania, to amend BOOKEtt'S BAKERY,
the resolution to prevent annulment gcn gc
of numerous contracts already made
at sky high prices already made by Advertisement
hotels, etc., was defeated over
PAID TRIBUTE TO THACKERAY
A mummy gets blamed llttlo satis
faction from winning the endurance
Jirlzo. Atchison Globe.
One of the newest movements in.
philanthropic effort is , that of the.
plan ,of the .state
giving -to widow
ed mothers pen
sions for the safe
car e taking of.
their "young. Chil
dren. For "years,
p.ajt, whan a
mother wag" '10ft.
with a brood .dfj
uiyu ones wuub
wai . killed either'
in the line pf..his,
employment 6 r
otherwise, tho only refuge for the
mother and her children was the.
poorhouso, or if that was dlsdilned
by the spirited mother, she -was forc
ed to resort to all .kinds, of work; some
distasteful, to make enough to 'keep
her little ones under a roof called
At a recent sosslon of the Pennsyl
vania Federation of "Woman's CllibV
at Wllllamsport, It was deemed, adrla
ablo' by the delegates to glvO some
serious discussion to the plan of pen-
slonlng mothers who were compelled
to caro for their fatherless children.
It is understood that prominent club
Women and welfare workers aro plan
ning to have tho next state .legislature
of Pennsylvania enact a law similar
to v that now In forco In Missouri,
where the widows and children are
well taken caro of.
The Missouri plan was launched by
Mrs. Henrietta C. Cosgrovo of Jop
J(n, Mo. Sho originated tho Idea, has
worked zealously in its behalf for
1e years, ;and 1b so much encouraged
b'yj Its reception that sho predicts that
"within another five years every state
In the Union will have placed a law"
providing pensions for widows with
chlldrtfi, on their statute books.
Mrs. Cosgrove 1b a widow, but 1b
independently wealthy, as she la the
oWner of rich producing lead and zinc
mining properties in the noted Joplln
district, which aha operates. Mrs.
Cosgrove hopes that the pension stat
utes will eventually not only benefit
mothers who have been widowed by
death, but likewise those bereft of
the breadwinner tr divorce, desertion
or permanent disability.
WHAT WE WANT
The White Way.
The Federal Court.
Cleaner back yards.
Lower insurance rates.
A big revival of religion.
Backing up tho B. M. A.
An dd-time county fair.
Painting the court house.
An increase of population.
A handsome library building.
A new I. C. passenger station.
Less politics and more business.
A ball team that can play ball.
Lees kicking and more pulling.
All the tobacco sold here possi
ble. That $75,000 post office build
ing. Everi body to boost Hopkins
ville. At least a traction line to the
Slower driving at Ninth and
Better gas and better street
That big office building near
the I. C. depot.
Virginia and Peace Parks beau
tified. An extension of the turnpike
Advertising tho town by the
A Bharo of that $3,000,000 to
be spent by the I. C. railroad
in putting down a new track
leading out of the city.
j, Deafness Cannot Be Cured
vy loqui applications, as mey cannot
reach tho iliBeused portion of tho car
Tiu-ro la only one way to cutti 4afiuj,
end that Is by constitutional remeiilee.
Deafness is caused by an Inllamed condi
tion of tho mucous lining of the Kuan
clilun 'rube. Wlmn this tubo is lnfUmou
?-ou havo a rumbling sound or itnperfcrt
tearing, and wlun It is ontlroly cIjsciV
Deafness is the result, and unless the ltt
Jlammatlon can be taken out and th!.
tubo rustprod t" Its normal cruiillUCJU
bearing will be destroyed forever; nta;
cajes out of ten are caused by C&tanV
which Is nothing but an lnilainel oondl
tlon of the mucous surfaces.
We will bim One Hundrttd Dollar forany mm c f
Taf oim ' cuuel lrca'itrrb)iiaw nt buear&il .'
lull's (iiUirli Cum. He r4 tor vlrv ultra Jrtm.
V J. CIUMKV. & U . Tuleco, Vt- x
Bold It DraatltM. TS.
T&Ju xiiu f weJI litis (or constipation.
Whltelaw Reid, an Admirer of the
Great Novelist, Told of His Pop
ularity In America.
The London Daily Chronicle tells
us that England has lost a Thack
eray enthusiast in Mr. Whitelaw
Eeid. Speaking one night at the
Titmarsh club of which he was a
member Mr. Eeid bore, testimony
to the popularity which the author
of rVanity Fair" still enjoys in
America. "For years I was con
stantly hearing gossip about Thack
eray from those who had met him
during his visits 'to us," he said.
"Their accounts all ran one way.
They admired his talk and they(
vloved him. . . . They pointed ouj;
the corner in the Century club where
he used to sit exchanging literary
chat, or, an Yankee nrlance, 'swap-
IS FIRST SEA LORD OF THE BRITISH NAVY
Prince Louis of Battenberg, the now
first sea lord of tho British navy.'has
always been per
sona grata at tho
English court. Al
though not "roy
al" In the techni
cal meaning of
the word, he Is
closely allied by
blood and mar
riage with nearly
every relgnl n g
house in Europe
of Hesse, choso
his wife outside the charmod circle
of royalty. Ho married a Countess
Julio von Hauko, who was created first
countess and then princess ofBatten
berg. Prince Louis is tho second child
and eldest son of tho marriage. The
second son, Alexander, waa tho un-
ly ronounced his princely rank and
(as Count von Hartenau) married an
actress. Tho next son, Prince Henry,
ping stories with a group of club fortunate prince of Bulgaria who final.
men about mm. They could tell you
years afterwards- what' had been
Thackeray's favorite chair, and
somo had even been so obsorvant of
tho least trifles about tlie great man
as to know what particular concoc-
fc tion in a club tumblerghad beenjiif
married the youngest daughter, of
Queen Victoria, the Princess Beatrice,
and became tho father of tho queen
The youngest brother, Francis Jo
seph, married a daughter of tho king
of Montenegro. His wife is there
fore sister-in-law of tho kings of Italy
and Servia and of two Russian grand
dukes. Prince Louis of Battenberg
himself married Queen Victoria's
granddaughter, tho PrinceBS Victoria.
One of his sisters Is the present
czarina, another is tho widow of the
Grand Duke Sergius, who was blown
up. a few years ago, and a third is
tho Princess Henry of Prussia, the
The real causo of the advancement
of the princes of Battenberg has been
their near connection with , tho Rus
sian court. Tho lata Empress Mario,
grandmother of the present Czar
Kflcholas, was their father's sister.
Sho was very fond of hor handsome
four nephews, and made It hor busi
ness to see that they succeeded li
Come To Jones For Your
PLENTY TO SUPPLY ALL.
Price 2c to 3lc Yd.
T. M. JONES,
Have you seen it? We will allow it to
remain a few days longer to give his
local friends a chance tot visit. Charlie
takes the role of George.
W. T. Cooper S: Co.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HOPKINSVILLE - KENTUCKY.' M
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Wr)
Only National Bank In This Community.
3-nMrhnMma' T.toWliHj TR flOfl OO
ISSUfcS TKAVbLcH S UHfcUKS UUUU IN ALL PARTSJ1
1 OF THE WORLD.
HAS A REGULAR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
fhree Per Cent Interesl Paid on Savings and Time Deposits
W. T. TANDY, President, IRA L. SMITH, Cashier,
JNO B TRICE, Vice Presr. J. A. BROWNING. JR., Asst. Cash.
City Bank & Trust Co.
MISS INEZ MILHOLLAND TO HEAD BIG PARADE
SILVER PLATE OF THE NAVY
Unrivaled for Beauty and Value Serv
ice Belonging to the Maine Haa
uno ot tno most sacred posses
eions of tho navy is a beautiful silver '
service, tho .gift of tho people of
Ifaino to tho ill-fated battleship of,
that name. It was the first gift of ,
tho kind in tho history of the navy,
and the beginning of a custom that
up to date has given to tho govern
ment tho finest collection of silver
plate in tho world, a collection tho
total value of which is rapidly ap
proaching the $450,000 mark. The
Maine's service rested at tho bottom
of Havana harbor for a dozen years,
and was found in good condition, all
things considered, when tho array
engineers brought tho week of the
famous old ship to thd surface a few
months ago, and tho silversmiths had
no great difficulty in making it
onco moro a tiling beautiful to look
Miss Inez Mllholland, tho Now York
society tuffraglst, dressed, In yellow..
and carrying a
trumpet wtb a
v purplo banner, will
elon of woman suf
fragists In Wash
ington on March 3.
duties as herald
1st will consist of
about tho cm
Bado. A now feature
was addod to tho
parade tho othor day when tho Bal
timore suffragists promised to send
six chariots driven by womou, from
Baltimore to Washington. These char
iots will represent teachors, Clergy,
"I Bhall never forget," eaid tho pop
ular statesman, "the crowd of 10,000
poQplo who cheered mo for ono solid
"Havo you over thought of your ter
rlblo responsibility?", asked tho math
ematician. "Au hour each for 10,000
peoplo represents 10,000 hours, or
Hourly a yoar and two months, devot-
ml to tho exhaustive and unproductive
occupation of chcerlcs,"
social workors, writers, librarians, art
istB and musicians.
Soveral hundred women from ,Bal,
tlmpre, and? a; number of garjhonj
workers vfrbfnjNow' York-;wll march
Jaho raiment' of poverty 'behind ' a
uoat on which there will bo flguros
symbolical of greed, tyranny and in
difference. Ranged around tho rag
god women workers will bo several
children from the slum sections of
Baltimore and Washington,
Miss Rosalie Jones, thd "general"
of tho pilgrims' suffrage expedition
from Now York to Washington, has
Just made a two Woeks' trip qvor the
Xpvtto selected for tho march. "Gen
eral" Jones arranged for hotel accom
modations along the way and for a
nifmber of suffrage meetings to be
held In tho villages and towns through
which tho pilgrims will pass.
A young author obtained permission
froin the celebrated satirist, PIron, to
read to him a tragedy wlilch was on
tho eve, of being brought out. At ev
ery verso that was pillaged PIron took
off his hat and bowed, and bo" fre
quently had he occasion to do this that
tho author, surprised, asked what he
ment. "Oh." replied Plrqn, "it la
only a habit I hovo got of saluting my
old acquaintances." Llfo.
JUST A MINUTE WHERE
It iscqnomy in, buying all stools to Jbuy the
t y ibefefcr We have everything in Jjf
Highest Grade Made
Hatchets, Hammers, Saws, Planes,
t Squares, Braces and Bits,
Chisels, Levels, Automatic Hand Drills,
BreastDrills, Sere w Drivers,
Expansive Bits, . Dividers, Calipers,
Marking G-uages. '
Black Hardware Company
Job Printing at This Office.