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Embarrassing Positions in Which Conjur
0T3 Are Sometimes Placed
Jt docitit niatterhow careful vou
are You can every safe
guard both human and meeliunienl
that experience may suggest and the
occasion seem to warrant and 3d
despite all our precautions you will
get cornered every noy and then
Such al any rate was the opinion
of a well kuoun prcstidigitatctir
I have often found myself in Eome
particular awkward corners during
my career a a public entertainer
said he One of m earliest duoiters
occurred during an entertainement
I was giving in the quaint old town
of Banbur 1 had 11111 through my
usaial slock of count r Gluts perform
ances in which the familiar turnip
carrots and rabbitcrhad been produced
from every possiblepait of the room
and had determined to give mj audi
ence a regular slap-up-to-date Egyp
tian hall sort of a mystery for a finale
in short I pledged myself to get rid
of my properties in full face of the
audience without leaving a trace of
their existence
The first part of the trick went
well It was merely to make the veg
etables disappear into the rabbit a
feat which as I had purpoel kept
the latter for some hours without
food was speedily accompb lud
The rest of the trick was- to produce
the sensation It would annarenth
consist of rolling two ralibitsiinto one
under cover of the usual silk handker
chief and throwing the resulting an
imal into the air above the audience
when it would suddenl hurst into a
highly colored balloon and float up
into the rafters until such time n I
should chooe to haul it down Xu d-
less to sa the genuine rabbits had to
be smuggled into my side pockets
and a dummj substituted contain
ing a compactly folded balloon which
would spring into shape immediately
a set pi internal springs were re
leased
This latter movement was brought
about by a miniature explosion which
was carefully timed to occur at the
moment the dummy rabbit readied
the highest point in its ascent and
was produced by thesnidden mixture
of a small quantity of sulphur and
chlorate of potash Unfortunately
for me however the hunger of my
first rabbit had ben by no means as
suaged by his meal of uncooked car
rot Xo sooner was lie inside of my
pocket than he introduced his1 teeth
into tliS dummj w liich lay there w ait
ing the correct moment for produc
tion That nibble wg ljj at and
alas was well high the end of me too
ltis teeth had no sooner crashed into
the detonating mixture than I was
conscious of a severe shock in the re
gion of my coat tails These were
blown smithereens whilst personally
I was only saved from severe in juries
by reaon of the paraphernalia of a
previous trick with which I was luck
ily sit ill encumbered
A second disaster occurred to mi
during the same week whils t going
through the ancient globe of gold
fish trick These so called globes
are not really globular but are shal
low troughs of thin which fit
into the side pockets and1 are ren
dered water tight by means of a rub
ber cap which i withdrawn with the
empty handkerchief when the bowl
is piod need Unfortunately for me
howivcr the rubber cap had split
without my knowledge The re ult
was that on incautiou l f tooping to
picK up a cam 1 was im iilied to unci
a perfect cataract of water and wng
gling fish descending out of the
dopths of my dress coit
One of my favorite tricks wa
once ruined by the pioxerbial sniall
bo who I may add should never
be allowed upon the platform except
in cases of extreme urgency 1 had
consideiably mystiiiul my audience
by causing six unimpi acliable citizen
to unwittingly choo c the same card
from a pack which each was at liberty
to for himself be fore choosing
The card in each cae was the ace of
heart- and I explained was chosen
by each of them wliil l unconsciou ly
under nn own lnpnotic direction
The tiick ended 1 incautiously
threw down the card- near the small
boy in question Wlnl t my back
ii- momentarily turned toward him
he calmly turned them over with the
re ult that almos t before I had time
to realize the situation he was glee
fully announcing to my friends in
front that the cards were all aces of
hearts
Perhaps one of the oldest and
most popular tricks of any is that
which some dozens of yaids of rib
bons variously articles of clothing
and a large number of apparently
solid balls are produced from a bor
rowed hat The balls however are
expanded by means of internal spiral
springs The practice is to press a
dozen or so of these close together un
til they form a small disc the size of a
crumpet and to secure the whole by
means of a few easilv broken stitches
of fine thread The disc is then
palmed into the empty hat which the
moment the the threads are broken
by the prcslidigitateurs finger be
gins to overflow- with spheres suffi
cient to hold a good eized
nmaumm
retaining threads of the bundle whilst
it repostd peacefully in my pocket
The result was that the onlookers
were treated to the edifying spectacle
of a swallow tailed coal thai suddenly
poked in the back and refused to set
properly again until it ad disgnrsrcd
some score or so of property bah
Ilappily the audience accepted the
situation ns part of the performance
but the evergreen hat trick had for
once to be abandoned 1earsont
Weekly
TRICK PLAYED ON INEBRIATE
Regulator of Old South Church Clock Per
petrates the Jest
A largo red faced man with bulg
ing eyes stood on the corner of Milk
and Washington streets the other
morning looking up at the clock on
the Old South meeting house His
light overcoat was unbuttoned and
the gleam of an evening dress shirt
front could be seen inside it while the
forced jauutinefs of his manner and
the nervous way in which he glanced
about him from time to time betrayed
the fact that he had been out over
night The hands of the clock stood
at 10G and this seemed to cause him
much uneasiness
Strange strange he muttered
I did not think it was so late and he
drew his watch from his pocket and
looked at it but he had forgotten to
wind it up that night before he did
not go to bed so it had stopped and
gave him no light He looked up at
the clock again and saw that the hands
stood at 2 l5 With 11 groan he
passed his hand over his eyes and
then took off his hat and let the light
rain fall on his fevered forehead
Again he looked at the clock and this
strengthening here a holding hae
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years Am now entirely cured
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Xluety per cent of all sickness Is caused by
food not being properly digested It creates poi
sons and rocs Into your blood and then you are
liable to almost any disease the human system
Is heir to Use Dr Carlstcjlts German Liver
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The iuteusn itching ami smarting
incidtiitto thr be difetibes is instantly
allayed by npplying
time the hands- stood at 001 while kye and bkiu Oiutment Many very
as he looked they began to revolve j bud cjuw hive been permanently
slowly stopping once m awlnle m icurMl by i It 11 equally c tlicifnt
such a position that the face seemed
like that of some evil spirit which
was mocking at him
For a moment he stood it and then
with a wild rfiriek of Never again
Never again he set off down Milk
street and would probably have soon
been at rest under the icy waters of
the harbor had not a sympathetic by
stander seized him and explained that
it was merely a man setting the clock
The indisposition of thie clock toper
form its duties has caused a good deal
of trouble lately to tho e accustomed
to look upon it as the incarnation of
accuracy and there is much indigna
tion in the vicinity over this recent
unfeeliiu
script
outrape Boston
FIVE HOURS PIANO PRACTICE 1
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Famous Leschetizky Says That
Should Be the Maximum
As to the number of hours tnat
should be spent in daily practice
Leschetizky the famous unnn
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teacher and the instructor of Pnde j
dewski says it depends yen milch J
upon the pupil s pow ev of
his mincl upon what hi- Angers are
doing five hours he -would call a
maximum and less is better Dont
practice so many hours he i always
saying but use your brain moie
while you are practicing Learn to
lislen to what you are playing to
listen How few there are who know
how to listen And then to illus
trate hi meaning he will stiike two
notes in succession say J and I and
show what changes and shadings of
meaning may be effect eel by varying
the time and tone quality A little
Thi best lnidii iiH in m y mil buy
for impure blood ivniMie R anil
nil in riiHch nn i imlnr y trtiible is
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there the quickening of a pulse the tbrntin hqnil mv profit
change of an accent theto make all1 t ivt 1 Kh fril if will
the difference between soul aud cla if- v mM -hp by flC pard
between art and artifice but it take
a listening brain to feel them Per
haps and indeed il is so regard eel
this habit is one of the ineist precious
of the many really precious things
that Leschetizky develops in his
pupils
And then there is the habit he is
always counseling of practicing away
WICK
StithI hMcn iii Nw England
have statut h forbidding kising in
the reels The law in nn old one
and obsoMe
CONSUMPTION CURED
Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam will cure any
case of consumption if taken In time Con-
Sumption Starts With a Rllclit raurMi nr rnlri
from the piano not practicing with hliffc
the hands but With the milld by you will cure the cough heal the lungs and
llii nLinnr n innn i 1 Z throat and avoid the most dreaded of all
lNIt l 1 L J iii- senses consumption Delay in attending to
until a Ullllllt trhtcouirli may cost yon your life Large size
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and original idea of it has been oh
taincd This WOrk may be done he
eays at alino4 any time once the hab
it fonned and may be done with
or wit bout notes Cleveland Moffett
in Ladies Home Journal
A Peculiar Hail
The St Petersburg Academy of
Science was interested recently by a
note from Prof Karpinsky describ
ing some peculiar hail which fell in
Russian Poland- The grains were
pear shaped and contained black
granules Chemical analysis showed
that they consisted of iron nickel and
cobalt and this satisfied Prof Kar
pinsky that they were of cosmic ori
gin The iron was magnetic The
grains probably the debris of meteors
that hael been burned in the uppcrr air
would have escaped detection had
they had not been inclosed in the
transparent hail pellets wheTe the
contrast of color quickly called at
tention to them
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Cyr ino i a mw tint in niillineiy
a id chiffons It is a deep rich red
with no tones nl cmhlied strawberry
or terra coiu in it
I havp been ailltcted with rheuma
tihin for fourteen years and nothing
r eeined to give ma any relief I was
able to bearound all the time but
coustantU Hiiffoiing I had tried ev
ervthmg I could henrof uud at Inst
was told to try Chamberlains Pain
Ralui which I die aud was immedi
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cured lam happy to say that it has
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Germantown Cal For sale by R
C Hardwick
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