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It is absolutely impossible at
this time to pass judgment on
Friedmann or his treatment. A
storm is raging in Berlin medi
cal circles. One-ean get from
Berlin scientists a hundred dif
ferent opinions about the situa
tion. Sooner or later the storm will
quiet down, and the world will be
able to get a sane, scientific dis
cussion. In the meantime Americans
must beware of snap judgments
by men returning from Berlin,
whether for or against Fried
mann. They should also be skeptical
of those who may claim to be
bringing to the United States the
So far as I have been able to
find outj.Friedmann has not given
his bacilli to anyone.
Aid. Tearney fined $640 on 32
Akron, O. Entire rubber in
dustry tied up today. 15,000
workers on strike. More to quit.
Berlin. German government
to send battleship to Mexico un
less the conflict in Mexico City
ends at once.
Wilmington, Del. Headed by
Gen. Rosale Jones ,and Col. Ida
Craft, the Suffragist pilgrims
crossed into Delaware today.
Winnipeg, Man. George
Parkins shot and killed wife and
Husband My dear, we'll have
to economize. Wife Well, let's
cut down on our cigars.
WHEN TOMMY STRUCK
Tommy had been severely chas
tised for being ungrammatical.
Nor was this the first time.
In fact, so often was our youth
ful friend punished for the same
offense that the iron of an unre
lenting hatred entered his small L
So that one day, when his
teacher requested him to ask an
other scholar to come forward
and speak to the said teacher,
promising Tommy a jolly good
hiding if the message were deliv
ered ungrammatically, our hero
rose to the occasion.
Advancing majestically on the
youth in. question, he first bowed,
struck an attitude, and then be
gan: "There is a common substan
tive, of the masculine gender,
nominative case, and in a violent
temper, who sits perched upon
the eminence at the other end of
the room, and wishes to articu
late a few words to you in the
"I want you to tell me plainly,
cjoctor," said the man with the fat
government position, ''what is
the matter with me." "Well, sir,"
answered the old doctor, leaning
back in his chair and looking at
nis Deety, reu-iacea patient, you a m
aid suuciiii. 11 win uiiuei vuii
First Buyer What did he
want for that stuff? Second Buy
er Thirty dollars. First Buyer
What did you bid-him ? Second
Buyer Good morning.