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" 'But why do they call me '
Many Stars ?' he asked.
" 'Many Stars heap dead one,'
answered a buck who could speak
a little English. -
"This made the Chief pretty
sore until it was explained to him
that he couldn't be named for a
chief who wag alive. After the
Chief was named the ceremony
was ended, and the Indians beat it
for the Coliseurn, leaving the
Chief at the mercy of, the re
porters." "What's the Chief going to do,
now he's an Indian?'' asked the
"Search me," replied Sullivan.
"Guess he'll stand on a corner and
wait for a cigar store to come' up
and camp behind him." '
"Are they going to make the
Assistant Chief an Indian?"
"Dunno," answered the officer.
"These guys Monday was from
the Blackfoot tribe. There may
be a Wooden Shoe branch to the
Steam Removes a Splinter.
When a splinter, has been driv
en deep into the hand it can be ex
tracted without pain by steam.
Nearly fill a wide-mouthed bottle
with hot water. Place the injured
hand over the mouth of the bottle
and press it lightly. The suction
will draw the flesh down and in a
few minutes the steam will draw
the splinter out
As to postal bank deposits,
Portland, Ore., is behind New
York and Chicago only.
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