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'Christianity, the Golden Rule,
brotherly love and a square deal
We don't know what will .hap
pen to this proposed creed, but we
advis'e the well-meaning gentle
men to listen to the alarm clock
and get up this timer instead of
turning over again for another
snooze. ' '
What the world needa just now
is more of the Christianity of
Christ, and less of the ravings of
Pharisees and hypocrites.
SAYS BROTHER'S CURE IS
Colorado Springs, Colo., Dec.
4- Dr. A. C. H. Friedmann ar
rived, here today after a visit to
his brother, Dr. FreidrictrFranz"
Friedmann, of Berlin, who recent
ly announced the discovery of a
cure for; tuberculosis.
"Several hundred patients in
Germany, who have received
treatment for tuberculosis of the
lungs, bones or any .tissues, are
recovering, proving the success of
my brother'-s treatment,' said Dr.
"The matter of making new
born children immune from tu
bercular trouble is not definite as
"et The exact effect of the in
jection of serum into babes can
not be learned for a number of
years after injection, so it is not
proper toclaim perfect immunity
at this time.
"The treatment may be given
in the United States under my
brother's representatives. Noth
ing will be done for the present.
My brother is not in need .of
money. He wfllltake his time de
ciding how best to give the secret
out for the 'benefit of all man
kind." nIT ALIDEPENDS
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L "in n i it i
A sportsmanwho was a very
bad shot but very free with his
tips, was onedavaccompanied by
a keeper who was anxious to keep
on good termsi-vyith him. Soon
after they were posted a rabbit
appeared about ten yards in front
of them. Bang, bang! went the
sportsman's gun, but the rabbit
darted away. 'TJd I hit it?" asked
the sportsman- "Well sir." re
plied the keeper thoughtfully, "I
couldn't exactly say you hit him,
but I never seed a rabbit worse