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DOCTORS' TRUST TRIES TO ORIVE FRIEDMANN FROM N. Y.
«OrH*tfc>lntaim and his cure for tuberculosis are to he driven out of New Y- ik hy a few narrow minded med ical men. who d>: -and that He pass a technical exami nation "before I■«. n>vl admitted to practice." In the uieaiHtii'e. .« Ih»> in the last stages of the dnad di»ea-e «l■ \<■■ v , v f.nluie to eenre fi. it nieiit from the Heilm doctor, sought relief in death by turning on the Ras. , p£EL BAD? WATCH FOR STAR HEAI THOGRAMS ■IMoumX* '• produced by Improper digestion /tood »Mch rtiuili " the formation of Injurious #•«"«*• *'" ch • ,tnr '' ,e btl ■ ,ncl B ,v * rl,e 10 and other •>>< ptoms. People who have JJSTIIvsM should f it plain food, sluvuly. and •> IftUl «*">• DR. NOBLE GOES 10 INVESTIGATE CURE PROPOSITION'A' WINS; POLICE BILL IS KILLED Prof jtition A. the "partnerahip sgreemenr" the city and tf>e Seattle, Renton A Southen. wen out «t yeiterday'* election by the narrow margin of 102 out of Jfc2J2 vote*. The Griffith* police bill wai de feated by a vote 16.255 agnnst 17,095, icttng out by 840. Councilman Griffith* ran appro* I male MX ahead of hi* bill, getting 20.910 vote* and win Iting the second of ths three ce.jn eilmamc watt Thorea* A Parish led the ticket with 21,424 voles. Marl: t won third place, wtn 19.649 vote*. TV candid it.n rec®|v,-<1 ti« following rot* McAll utrr. Al> ant*. 16.9*2: Hlalsc. ! lUIS Blaine* small vot« *a» ihe featarv of the cotinrllmanlc ei». , Boa. Da ne *erv.-«l In tli council tor three years. hi* first year un 4er the old *,ird system Valley Folk Aga nit It The adoption of I'r pwaltion \ sue in •j>itv of the wishes of the f people »t Rainier vail jr. who art most vitally Imeresied In lh.- j »e*s«r» Th»- 11th ward. In which til* dutr l i* Icxa. d. v tite.l PmiiftalMou A hf V*"* •faJaat 1,1*7, a majority of ,">S2 votes. The victory of the Interest* be khd the "partn>r*hli>" «a» «<• ■■panied by the marshaling of paid worker* at $4 a day at every eat of the 2KI |>reci..< In th>- rity So Other measure, and no council i eaad •' e made »uch an outlay of 1 nose i* the backer* of Propoai don A The compl -ted count sh>w» 11.1*7 for the pro; wltion and H. 06.' against H The**- figure* tr* those obtained on the fir*l bur rted check. and Comptroller Car roll will recheck the precinct books to wipe out the possibility of error. While Proportion A carried, Am«r d:n>-at No. 7, which the *u premv rt>art practically saictloned la It* franchise decision Monday, wa* defeats l»> about 1.000 votc- TV.i la the amendment whn h sough', to remove from the cily charter certain provlalans. safe BOY "BLOOD AV ENGER" WHO MAY ATTEMPT TO OVERTHROW HLERTA With three brothers dead, two executed under the "fugi- Jlive law," supposedly at the Order of Provisional President Muerta, and one killed in bat tiff Carlos Madero, youngest brother of the late president of Mexico, It today preparing to take revenge. He left the Delafield, Wis., guarding the people » interests. but objected lo by the Furth concern The supreme court, however, ac cepted what the irjected Single Tax Caina The single tax amendment gained in percentage over lt» vote lam year, but went down to defeat by a 2to 1 vote, lloth the bridge and the mnrket bond* were killed by I an overwhelming vole, while the light aud water bond* In aid of the municipal plant*, won out by a 2-t>l vote. Amendment No. 9, pro* idlng for the city's right to employ day labor, wots hy a margin of "46 vale* The only charter amend ments which pasted »»e the following: No 4. aimpllfyirg primary aiactio.it; No. 5, eoui»- cll meat g*; No. 6, publicity of election exper-.se*: No. 9, day labor; No. 10 and No. 11, water and light plant prop erty. The propositions which car ried are: A. th» Renlcn agree ment; 0. the light extension bonds, and I the water bond*. ROSTED FRUIT FINDS MARKET Frosted orange*, condemned ut* on arrival In Seattle by ihe city health authorities. have tn>n rethlp ped to lielllngham. Everett and Vic tnria. to be placed on the market* there Fruit of tbia k nd has always been turnetj back here, but « readv mar Ket appear* to be found In those l>articular Northwest cltie* The actios "f ihe markets In those CltM* In buying up the fruit account* for : the lull In 'he demand for oranges on the local market. •Will you have *om« of thK mn'aroT" "lioulllon V , ' No, ma'am. I really mem it. CAUUJ.H M SDKKO military school, at which he was being trained, the other day, and quietly dropped out of sight, but not before he had made It known that in due time he would make the slayers of his brothers stand blindfolded, with their backs to the wall, and "listen to the crack of a rifle last." W'ltat a spectacle f . !!ut what i.tics this pared of fossils who write D. alter their name*. for the wail of the djriltf, lite plci nI - iiiK of uiotlii i s for the lives of their babies, the Jjriin <li spei ati< 'ii of the lather determined to save hi* the shrieks of the i;irl who sec* Iter youiiff husli.ind wasting awav. ..| tile em e of HMi.<Mk> victim* of the white plague? The Seattle Star VOL. 15. NO. 5. DEAF, DUMB AND SIGHTLESS MISS HELEN KELLER WRITES OF THI | jREAT INAUGURAL DISPLAY WILSON JARS JOB HUNTERS WASHINGTON March s.—"The President regret.i* to be obliged to announce that he deem* It hit duty to decline to tee applicant* for of fice personally, except when he hm •elf Invite* them to the White Hcuie for an interv i*." Thin I* the opening paragraph of the flint official statement to come from the White House diner Wit noli assumed the reins of govern ment tt van dictated bv the pre*! dent ihortly after breakfast today It I* hi* purpose, the statement *ald. "to devote hi* attention earnestly and constantly to the bus iness of government and large ques- Hon* of policy uffertltiK (he nation. He knows from e*p«rlencc a* gov ernor of New Jersey that the great er |«irt of hi* tline and energ> would lie *|ient In Interviewing candidate* for office jiilexa he set* an invari able rute." The new cabinet met. for the first time iu the cabinet room at 10 a m The first arrival* were Secretary of War (Inrrison and Secretary of the N'avy lianlels. Secretary of State liryan and Sec retary of the Interior Ijine c hatted with the ereporter*. t fee; perfect I v at home In the White House." liryan told the news paper men. CAN'T FIND A CHAIR WASHINGTON. March 5.— I'r»*vif!«-nt Wllaon had to »tnnd up when he flr«t went to bix of flee today- PrMldent Taft had removed the office chair Ik- had used. It wan Tafia personal property, and he had sent li to Now Haven, for hli now office there The clerks finally unearthed a red leather chair that Col. Kooaevell had i|eed, ami Wil son Immediately started to work, examining official paper* and hta mall. The first vlallor received hy the president today was Charles It Crane of Chicago. WILSON PICKS OUT HIS ROOM WASHINGTON. March fi Hit- InK dec d«d to wte the "presldMit's room" »• 'he cnpl'..l, President Wll mhi hit today •i. • 'cd the presi dent'* room In the White Mofft" for Mrs. Wilson and hlmaeff .Tile mom In 111 the HollthWe-t corner of ihe fM»IIe "II >>ltd v<* Of' Ipled l.v Col and Mrn Koosevelt and Mr. and Mra. Taft. It overlooks the VVash- InKton monument and the Rreen Vlr- Kinln hillm. It lx probable Mia* -lessle Wllaon will aeled the room In the north eaat corner. which waa occupied bj Vllkh Helen Taft and by Mlxa Allc< Iloosovclt before her. o THE ONLY PROGRESSIVE NEWSPAPEHj IN SEATTLE SF.ATTLE. WASH.. WEDNESDAY. MAMCH 5, 191 J. ONE CENT i'J^TViiVlsuVi. MISS MKI.KN KKU.KIt (The Star today pre«tnt« to its readers in the following the moat remarkable article print ed anywhere on the inaugura tion at Washington of Preei dent Wilson. Helen Keller, deaf and blind, and formerly dumb, iiw and heard the great national event, and tall* you her Impreaaiona. Thle article was received by The Star by special wire and la herewith printed eaclusively In this city.) <*•»!•)right tVtl. l»y ih« .N'« *• |»«|»«r r»lr» pi .ftft By Helen Keller I have Ju«» come from the In iiugtiml |>aratio ti ha* Iweii • mild. era)" da)*. I f«»lt on tun. but a alight it* it »m k <«l march ing w.-«iher for tin- t nw>|m ,\» my frit rula and I went through l.afn> i>t!o park to the xtaud. I dMM a delightful anicll In the air The atund where or mi* w.ia on th< north aide of ttir court of honot The prealdent'a reviewing eiand. i )uat oppoalte, ««( dxo rated with ux-tt It bwl a alniplc. dignified i olonlal faratlr S> ihe president seemed to be* a'anding la 'he door in) of a great man elan We wait ed about two hotim bt fotti the r« flew l»egati Wht'll »f KUt there I felt the mMifn of humanity an they rune up the rtejia. causing the aland to vlbrtie It waa • clean, good natur> d < ru»d out on a holiday. I fully rnjtVfd being In a multitude uf men, wuiueu and children, who were having a good time FEELS GROUND SHAKE IN MARCHERS' TRAMP Now and then Ihe Jar and the shaking of the stand made m» think that I felt th<- bass drum i f the band, but It wax only the music of the multitude lint at last the flrat band of the parade ai rived, and I felt It* spirited music peal forth. Hall tw the thief I could get much more from the wonderful s|M-ctacle than some people think I can Tb*y don't know ihe senea- Hon that I have when the ground under my feet Is shaken by the tramp of 10,00© feet, when I fell ih- prolonged roll of many drum*, the incesnsnt hum In Ihe air ail about me. I enjoyed tnost the rich, far rolling music of the t'nlted States marine band Now and then there were burst* of applauae and loud cheering I think I en tered Into the pleaaure of the peo ple juat a* fully a* If I could have seen and heard with them. So much for the ceremony, which was graceful and good to witnraa What of the president hlm*e|f ? l)r Woodrow Wlt*cn. historian, student snd govei >r. ha* said "Nothing was settled In the elec tion of 190 ft but the name of the next president," The *sme thing I* true of the election of I*l2. Wilson stands for no great Idea He ha* not been swept Into power br an aroused people The great capitalist party broke Into two and the other csp llsllstlc party. the democrat*, walked through the broken rank* of the enemy. Mr Wilson I* not a Tildnn who ha* brought hi* party bsck to a declaration of honest, though outworn principle* He |* not even a Bryan, for Mr Hrynn's Ideas were more advanced In rela tion to the year IWtft than are Mr Wilson's. I should bs more deeply stir red by this great ceremony If I could (eel that it ushered In a new day. I should rejoice If it signified that henceforth ev- | try working man and woman In the country would have a suf ficlent wage, that every child would be free from the neces sity of labor, that all factories would be ssnitary and safe, that every worker would have a chance to perform his work with some degree of comfort and happiness. SHE CALLS WILSON A MAN OK STRENGTH Mr Wilson honestly believes that he can make his administration one of reform and uplift The whole nation can only hope, for hi* *ake and for the »ake of all, that his earnest expectations muy be ful filled. I met Mr Wilson some years ago In I'rinceton. From hi* firm hand and the few sentences he spoke ALASKANS ASK FOR RESIDENT OFFICIALS JI'NRA!', Alaska, March 5.— "Name bona fide Alaska citizens for Alaska posts." Ih the theme of a Joint resolution panned by both houses of the territorial legislature here and forwarded today to I'n si dent Wllxon Another resolution asking the president to make the lomtnictlng of Alaskan railroads iilncble » 1111 the recommendation of the railroad commission was also passed and forwarded. They couldn't cure the dista i Aikl now,* \fticn one comes, acclaimed as greatei than tin y, their fcieet iiiK is: "Hold on! We don't know whether you know how to practice metlii i|i< or not I'riive )"tn abiHiy!" And then they will hand him a lot of senseless catch questions calculated to liar him out. Nearly every state in the I'pion is afflicted with a me, | Judged thai lie was a man 1 tft aim ere character and unuatml iporgj force No one donbla liln In ragrity Cant humanize 3YSTKM. SHE SAYS Mr Wllmo flmla aotneihlnK h»rit cold unfeeling In the world of IttMlnttaa and labor, and lie haa net hltnaelf the ta k of humanizing every prnce»e "without Irnimiilnn ti'* 1 itotj'l Hut the facta are hiytl. cold ami utifct-iinK The old meth od of dnliik liu» nttaa cannot lie re |f (h». wnrli of reatoratlon 111 which Mr Wlleon l.ioks forward lutana rei ■ union to the old com petitive method of InduMtry. he la four doomed to failure Tin- wurld doea not evolve or re v«lve Uat kwarda The licit atep In Itldu itry. and that ntouna In guv .-rtimi-ut and politic*, 4a a greater, ruore powerful truat than haa ever beon u people a truat —that wi|, own and ctnirol the nation's In dsatrlea and mourrri. If it were not for that, we afcoutd not take thia little die aater sertouely, for, after all, our real parade la not a theat ncal affair in the holiday streets of Washington. It la a determined. ceaxlets march in the works day world Nothing can atop It. The Idle, the thoughtless, the reactionary may get in the way and our ranks may be apparently disor dered. but the women's army »a moving on In every nation. It will not be long before a president shall ride down those broa* avenues elected by the people of America—women and ms»». WILSON PUTS RED TAPE ASIDE; PEOPLE VISIT HIM AT WILL • WASHINGTON, March 5 — ftnutahinic precedent* right and left abd giving every Indication that he It to be a democratic president in reality a* well a* In name. U ood row Wilnon todny made official Washington alt up and take notice M It never did before The new president's first b!ow at red tape came when he announced that he would let the heads of departments dis pose of patronage unhindered by auggestions and without dic tation from himself, Hl* second alap at custom came when he held • no-el ting of hi* cab Inet before It* membership waV even officially announced In the annate. But even these departures, riw-ord breaking a* they ate. ti re as nothing to the president's de l>or<ment In bl* office First he re relfed a delegation of 100 New- York admirer*, who did not even have an appointment and who had asked for none. Then he *at In hi* "SHOOT TO Kil 1,," ORDER AT DOUGLAS; SITUATION ON BORDER IS SERIOUS | tM>l'<il,Art. Ariz. Match 5. My | men are ordered to return any fire urxt ahoot to kill."—Col, Oullfoyle, ' commanding Ninth I' S. cavalry. "'Yesterday* firing ai ro** the border was done without Hand lon. j 1 shall execute the guilty soldiers wpen their Identity I* determined. -41) n OJeda, commanding Mexi can garrison at Agua Prleta. These were the statement* of < American and Mexican command ink officer* whoa* men cxchirgtil 1 «Hi *hot* on the International bor der during which two Mexican reg > ultra are believed to have been J killed or seriously wounded. The American border patrol haa been doubled and additional machine tftns placed in commanding I"" 1 ' I Hon* Aside from ihe übovu stute rrifu' h;i* refused to com Ime tit on the action of hi* troops lli refused in answer when asked I ("actual step* had been taken to j pttnlsh his guilty troopers. ij4)o BRIDES AIND NOT ONE OVER 12 YEARS OLD Ny I*nn• .1 Pm ' i wirs HOItAV, March V With lui piiSMiK tribal ceremonies, native children of ages vary- Inn from I ye at l lo 12 years,, have Just been married at Burnt. India. Karly marriages are common In the Kast, but the l.ewa Kunbl sect only celebrate weddings every ten years, so practically every HOME EDITION LATEST PICTURE OF DR. FRIEDMANN ,office with the door to Secretary Tumulty'* mom wide open, and a wore of New Jersey men wandered Into the president*! nam mm with out let or hindrance. They were not even announced, but all were warmly leci Ived To add to the general atmorphcre of democracy, n dozen photogra plierr, w< re allowed In the outer presidential offices. where they pho tok rallied ralleri< Indiscriminately, and even got a couple of good snap shots at Secretary Tiir.inlly at work. But the f nal touch of Wll lon'n get-M-ablerets cam* when, through Tumulty, he an nounced that thereafter the unwritten law which fotbids a president being directly quoted would be law no longer. He an nounced that he was preparing a plan to see the newipaoer men at stated periods, and ttat there would be no objection to direct quotation of his views In answer to any questions that night be asked. | Over 100 refugees from Her-! uiohlllo and other Int riot Sonora J point* arrived at Nogales, Arizona, today o:i ii delayed Wi-it Coast It l< train They rc| orted wholesale I discharge of West fust employee j under suspicion nf conniving at | the liurnlng of bridge* betwc n i her* and Hermoslllo and thit j Maderista* are mobilizing in many *ectlous of Central Sonora. TILIKUMS WILL HAVE DRUM CORPS The fli«t two weeks of Ihe me n iiet'Hhip contest between the tr hen of the Tllikums closed Tuesday ■ nlghl with the Ihkt tribe leading, i with 139 new m tuber*. At the meeting held In the Klks' club It 1 was voted to organize a fife and |dram corpil with !i0 drums and 10 [fifes, to attend the different cele- Ibrations tkiwikott the West, ad vertising Seattle. child over 1 your wan rounded up and duly- married off. Not otio of liif liriilfcH wns over 12, and the majority worn betwe, n I and 7, white tno bridegrooms varied from I! to 9. Most of the happy couples" had lo lif) nursed by their parents dur liiK the ceremony, and aucked candles In blissful Ignorance of their fate. commission of this sort, good to keep out quacks, but a curse because of the short sighted jealousy of some doctors. Friedmann may not have a sure cure for the dreaded white plague. Whether or not he has is not the issue at stake. He offers hope. WILL THIS NATION STAND HY AND SEE A "DOCTORS' TRUST' RAK HIM OUT? LOCAL DOCTOR ON IMPORTANT TRIP FOR STAR Commissioned by The Seattle 1 Star to investigate and report on Dr. Frledmann's tuberculoma cure, Dr. Charles 8 Noble of Seattle left for New York today, determined to find out the facts concerning what may be the greatest medical discov ery In the history of the world. Scores <>f l)r Noble s friends and neighbors turned out today to wish hltn good lurk, and many Seattle physician also c ailed on bifu to ex press tb'-lf Rood will. Dr. Noble was select ad for this Important work by Tie Star because •>f Ills former connections In New York lie Is a graduate of the New- York University Medial college. •ud served several years ax resident physician of the New York Ivoomls hospital for consumption. He Is licensed to practice hi thnt city and will have no trouble In getting first hand data from Fried maun. CONSUMPTIVES DIE AS DOCTORS BICKER; MAY BAR FRIEDMANN NEW YORK. Mure 'i fi "»ir<a< Uod, men, people are dving while all thin talk la coliic on Give this man a square deal and let blm prove the worth of hla culture." Thia was the plea voiced today for Dr. Frederick Franz Frledmann, discoverer of an alleged tuberculosis cure, by Chas. K. Flnlay, million aire president of the Aetna National bank, of New York, who bitterly denoun<ed what be characterized a* etforts made In certain quarters to embarrass the Merlin fcienilst." Flnlay openly charg'-d that New York doctors were Interfering «lth Frledinann. and that he had found It impossible to rent suitable quarters and offices In which to demonstrate his cure. "All I ask.' declared Flnl;i\. 4is tha: I'r Frledmann be Riven a chance. That is all he wants, too. If they will, he will try to demon strate the woith of his cure, but this act of condemning him even be foie he Is given an opportunity to sho* his wares. Is un American and unfair. "Thousands of consumptives are waiting for some definite assurance of the efficacy of Dr. Friedmjnns remedy. Cannot these New York doctors realize what it means to these sufferers? Where is the vaunted fairness of the American people? It is unjust and inhuman to condemn a man without a chance. He has been unable even to rent a suite of offices. "Dr. Friedmsnn is blameless I read about two deaths from con sumption this morning. There Is Little Miss Miller, daughter of the postmaster at I ittle Neck, L. I. I had promised she could be one of the doctor's first patients. She had so much for his coming. Today she died. Dr. Friedmann may yet have to go else where." APPOINTS TWO WASHINGTON, March 5 — l'res idem Wilson sent to the senale the nominations of Edgar E. Clark, of lowa, find John H Marble of California, to be members of the interj'ate commerce commission. The nam<B were submitted to the senate with those of the cabinet appointments. YES, MADAM! YOU OWE THIS TO YOUR HUSBAND Asked whether she read the ads in The Star every evening, a housewife replied: "No, why should 1?" And I told her I would answer it In The Stur tonight. You owe it to your husband, Madam. That's your answer. Every evening ads ap pear in The Star from various stores, telling of bargains r.nd special offers In groceries, meats, food stuffs, clothing, h;its, shoes, and all necessities and luxuries of. the household, Hy watching these ads every evening you will find many money saving opportunities to purchase the very articles which you must have. Now, your husband works daily Win ning for tho fature of you, the family and himself, lie saves whenever poMlblo. Why you? Read The Star ads, every one of tltW>. every of»nlng and patro%)«e the advertisers. PRISON DOORS YAWN FOR RICH GENTS NOW Attorney General Wickersham, who kept 'em out of jail for to long, gets off the job today. And Gllson Gardner, The Star's Washington corre spondent, tells, on page 4 something about his tecofd. I If. as the report- from New York seem to Indicate, Friedman may i>e compelled (cku to some other state, Dr Noble will go there. He will stay by Friedmann until fie deter mines fully and satisfactorily as to i the merits of the cure. Seattle doctors generally are well pleased with The Star's enterprise in iolik after the facts In the Friedmann c*"-, and they arc also satisfied with The Star's selection uf a doctor to do the im|>ortant in vestigating. Dr. Noble stands high In local medical circles He Younded the Noble hospital. 11l the north end, and associated with him in the un dertaking are many of Seattle's most prominent physician*, inc'id | ing I>r S S. Peterk.n as president. I »r. Orlner, secretary: Lr. Null, I treasurer, and Dr- Kingsley. Mu -1 stin. Gray and Stulibs a« director*. SEATTLE MAN IS SLAIN IN CANADA In a battle with a ribber in hla room early Tuesday morning, Hen r> Haskell, of Seattle, was shot through the lie.id and tiled almost ' immediately afterward :n Van ouvcr. It. C The identity of llask li s murderer la known to tho : Canadian police and his capture is i expected hourly.