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TEMPLE OF FRATERNITY WHICH IS TO BE MOVED FROM THE WORLD'S FAIR GROUNDS, AT ST. LOUIS, TO THE CONSUMPTIVES' CITY. TUP NEW TOWER TRAP. A Popular Innovation in Gun Shoot ing Contests. A recent innovation in trap shooting contests Is the tower trap, first erected in this country at Pinehurst, N. C, but quickly adopted by i other gun clubs. It, of course, docs not sup- j plant other styles of traps, but affords an in- j novation for gun contests. The tower trap orig- j Inated in Europe. It automatically reproduces j the features of pheasant shooting (when the ■ birds arc driven), wild fowl, pigeon shooting and | birds flying from trees. The toweis range from forty to sixty feet in height. On top are two spring traps, at right and left of the gunners, facing them. The keeper is protected by a heavy plank paxtition, i •which also hides the spring trap from the view vf the gunner. The traps are sprung from the rear in the usual manner. The targets thrown NEW- YORK TRIBUNE ILLUSTRATED SUPPLEMENT. are of five kinds — right, left, overhead, unknown angles and doubles. For four of these kinds the gunner stands facing the tower at the usual rise distance. For the overhead he stands di rectly underneath the trap. The best marksmen are puzzled for a time in using the tower traps, and often find they have still something to learn. The known angles to right and left and even the overhead targets may be scored by the first shots, but the un known angles and the doubles have floored the best jrunncrs until they have mastered the new conditions by practice. OUT ON SUCH A NIGHT. The blinding blizzard beat upon her child- A TRAP SHOOTING TOWER AT PINEHURST, N. C. TYPICAL NEW-MEXICAN CONSUMPTIVE CAMP. TAKING OPEN AIR TREATMENT IN A CITY FIAT. By means of this bed tent sufferers from tuberculosis who are too poor to go away can take th« fresh air treatment at home. The patient, whose knees are drawn up under the bed covers, na» his head under the tent. Fresh air pours into the tent from open window. hood's home, and yet the beautiful girl was out on such a night. Nay, gentle reader, it was not a stern New-England father case. For details of her coming-out ball last night see our society columns. ACCOMPLISHED HIS TASK. Atlas was engaged in holding up the world. "You might say," he boasted, "that I am the only person who has really succeeded in elevat ing the stage." Giving a hitch to his shoulder, he squinted around at the latest problem play. THE BED TEXT. New Way of Taking the Air WWI One Is Asleep. It is not necessary to go to the faraway A£W rondacks or the blue Catskills, or even to tH* Riverside Sanatorium on North Brother T<ih»it4 the Phthisis Inflrr i ry at Blaekwell's Island m the tents on the g.*unds of Bellevue Hospital tfe order to take the fresh air cure for consuuißtfc^ One can do it at home at small expense »"4 without gTeat inconvenience. The ways tB which it can be done are described in an articte by Dr. S. A. Knopf, visiting physician to tSJ Riverside Sanatorium and consulting physiciail to several sanatoriums, and by Dr. W. B. Mo Laughlin, of thi3 city, formerly resident physi cian of the Riverside Sanatorium, published ft short time ago in "The New-York Medical Joui* naL" Out In the country, where the breezes ; '.^J over the grass all the day long:, the problem of taking the fresh air cure is easily solved. A wooden sh;ick, which can be built at a e< af » few dollars, set out in the grass in the yard facing toward the sunny south, is the I hief essential. In this one may spread one's bed and, looking up at the fleecy cloutis drifting across the sky over the treetops and brea:^:n* in the air entering through the open front, gather In health by day and night. A reclining -half set out on the lawn will accomplish mv. h. A canvas covered hood set up over the h-\iJ of the couch to keep the direct sunlight from falV ing upon the patient's head and to prate I k'» from any chilly winds Is all that is BMdai &•" sides the chair. In the city the cure can be taken by setting a steamer chair on the roof, spreading an un»» brella over the reclining patient. Here the sui ferer can lie all day, reading to his heart's coo tent while drinking in fresh air. "When night comes and it is necessary to £» back to the stuffy little rooms of the tenement flat or apartment house, another simple arrange ment can be brought into service and the fresh air treatment continued throughout the niglii This arrangement is called an air tent. The air tent consists of a framework cover** with waterproof canvas. The frame is a Quarter OLD AGE REDUCED 10 year* In 10 days by Prof. TVmpkins" Electric*: .Te«V ment. All facial defect*, smallpox pitting*, to-, penng* neatly eradicated. Youthful appearance in M minute* aj Ui« wonderful electrical vibratory facial treatments. J. ELIZABETH TOMPKINS, Lato Professor Harvey Medical Colles* Originator of Electrical Facial Tr atment *s-z7 w. wxu ST.. orr. \v.\JLDOur-.\irraui*.