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riigncst of aii in Leavening i'ower.-Latst U. S. Gov't Report.
Powder otAMOWIlC ELY PURE WILY BA i:1 SiR )iM EKR TRICKS WHICH ARE PLAYED BY IM. PECUNIOUS THESPIANS. Soue of the Methods They Use to Take the Gnllible Landlord Into Camp--Timelj Arrival of the Comedian's Friend-The Trunk Trick. Any one who knows the look of the "barnstormer" can tell him at a glance. It is the fine days that bring him out. Little is seen of him on wet and rainy days. lint give Old Sol just half achance and you wonder at the array of immacu late linen, cigarettes and Prince Alberts exhibited by these fly by night stars, whoi~e ways of securing an existence are as inhenious as they are manifold. The men. with but few exceptions, are bar hers or waiters who do not work at their trade. as they are either too light for heavy work or too heavy for light work. The ladies are as a rule the possessors *f good homes, which they desert to follow their cherished calling. A cmlllpany of Keystine talent leaves Philadelphia to play the state of N.-w Jersey. Their stock in trade consists of a -23 bank r, Il and several, bun dles-not trunks---f v arlrrole. )fcon:r-. they are in po,,-i n of their ability. whiih is not appre, atdd by New Jer-ey natives, and after n king several stands. puirsuedl by inmry 1 tel keepers, they gco asihoire of the ic .. alltd with one ac cord all noses ipo it toward the Quaker City. The ladilie have little trouble in securing transpl rtation, as they are ex perienced in the art of telling the con ductors a -tory calculated to soften a heart of steel. They ride, and before reaching the Delaware river have *touched" thI, accolnnodating ticket puncher for 3 cents aach with which to pay their ferry fare. N ot so wlth the men. as they care not for varnisil covered cars. but prefer rid ing in what i- known to the professionals a a Side d oor deeper. 1 hut whichl the rail-I road calls a b,,x car. Thie c-muedian has -ec''ritl po.sesin ,iof ills valid. whiich lihe has ex 're-- I t, : d.,.-tiuation. c h] r-c ling I it frnt rc inIr lii ct"O i titil tll' 1 t 1 - . V' * xToi. -,titt. i, 1-i . I- -It::I ot euigiht. ., im - lb t lifttrý T t . " t . at ti ; , ' ,ir ' in el i., " ".l itt r iil "tll otl tlo yr,,rit , r 1 - 1 t in, . w rirei-otitn Tajlll i ,',. - ia. ,tll , and in i td h dl-tial t, t. t,! 1- t.' ih h tel man that he de-re.s t~ en-r', tll'omedv to work thi. rest of that week, a-s his comedian hins -eun tikn ill. "Why'" he exclaimi. "I 1i -1ll - i _t. i l It any price, as he is tie' only m. n ' city ya,,,iuant i l with the lines anll :i tiri t'tl ,'i" exlHient ini theI i on' uniQr . 'ot i tlny i r t rll in, andl Tu-i ' .- . , 1h. 'lett with j,,y and '"i";m4 - . is. ilu to ibe over hear.i by ti,. : u.+i." ri. t, iomplete the we-k with in. at sainlary of $i1. The landlord is i.,i iy and already hears the jir.cl"' ,f tim.- -i ,inot n n due him. Tonu her,- lf rio- our friend that he must ref.inrt fr dr, -- i ehearsal at once, whereul.ln the landlord is told that his wardrobe i tin lhe grip, which is handed himn inStant.r'. He and his friend Tom depart arlln in arm. But they never conie back. Several yemars ago a company stranded near Philadelphia, and all but the lead ing fiaE returned to New York, he re maining with headquarters at the hotel in which he was stopping, expecting, as be told the country landlord, a money order from his wife. At the end of three weeks no money order had made its ap pearanc,. and the Thespian's trunk was taken into fhe storeroom as security by the hotel man. The day following this move a young lady alighted from the train and registered at the hotel, and in a very short time became acquainted with the leading man. She wanted to buy a trunk. He would sell her one and stated to the innkeeper that he had a chanice to .-11 his trunk and gave tlii the impression that the proceeds of the sale should apply on his board bill. The trunk was removed to the actor,. room. where the contents were taken out of it and wrapped in a paper, after which the lady was called in to examine the ""keiatr." She was in love with the style asd make of it and paid the actor ;10 ia cash for the tame. The bundles were lowered out of the window by the actor and expressed to Philadelphia. The lady paid her bill at the hotel, amount ig to $1, and that afternoon left for this City in company wzth the leading wan, who was none other than her hu.band, and in whose pocket quietly repusel the baggage ch-ck fr ids trunk, which the day before hal i1en thle properpy of the ieaiding hotel keeper, and who, to this day, had niv-r r.ctved a cent from the eomeds of ta:.t ale. . ommotn in,'atie followed by then the country hotel keeper an order for the amntut of his iall, payable at the ax, offilce in the town to be next played, o which place they agree to pay his rail road fare. They reach the town in the early hours of the morning, and the Iraveliug hotel ulant is put to bed witn the colpany's mn' anager, who lies awal:e until h,. is asured that his compani.ln and creditor is suan.l asleep, when he arises anid in a few tnoments is in pnl session of the order he has given on the lox ofice. having extracted it from the clothes of the unsuspecting sleeper, wiho. when he discovers Iis loss. has nothing left to do but to return home a much wiser nman.-Philadelphia Times. German Greetingin In Protestant Germany the usual greet ing is "'Goodl morning:" in Austria, . S.. rous;" in south Germany, "Oruse. Oott" ("God greet yon"). while the Roman Catholic parts a' the country haIv adopt ed the foru.nla recommeniitided bli Pope Benedict XIII ini 1728--viz.. "Praised be Jesus (Ciri.t." with the relstnise. "For ever and ever, ai. n." In t,,w i' .itau aty tihe older exl:resa.ion. "iGott h- iohien" (French. "Atietu"), used .at leavet:a:in, has it en chilaged to "Emlitlhie rIlich" ("I clllmelld tuys-1f to your good wishes",. In the inii:, :.itl;cts y-ou are sali.t,1 w:tih " ;Gh:.l.,r!nt" "S.ife re turn to lIuli",.-L hi tia tai Voliri kunde. Kwite Kweer. How are you going to spell quail without ia q. or question. or quiz. or quit. or quoth. or quote. etc. '-Dayton Journial. Kwail, kwestion, kwlz. kwit. kwothli kwote. -ToIdo Bee. "I consider the Ameiric'an is.-oii a a splendid list ittitii HIe i" clstir it his mantners than the Etrghihliiiai anl mare hli'alrie. says .u.- Antslv Knealy. the El.. nsh judge ,of awards in hygiene at lthe Iair The stialllt. races are thel El:sioll and certain dwarfs in Africa: the larg eat. thl Patagonians. R:t UN s! THROUGH CARS I--To - St. Paul Minneapolis Duluth Fargo Hrtand Forks Winnipeg Illeua PULLMAN: Iltft SLEEPING CARS Sp1kane ELEGANT Taas I DINING CARS Siuol TOURIST 'Prllnmd SLEEPING CARS TIME .CHEDULE. No. l, Pacifc Mail.... ....... p. No. 2, Atlantic Expresa ..... ... p. a. No. 4, Atlantic Mail ......... ....t3 na. m. For Rates, Mape, Time Tablet or Special formation, apply to Agent Northerr :Pac8l- a. R. at Miles City or, CHAS. S. FEE, (Mn I Pam. and Ticket Agen St. Paul Mann EOR WLLINI WUKERS at either sea, any arge, in any part of th country, at the employment which we furnaeh. You need nt be away from home over aight. You can gie yurwhotl etmothe woe oraomyyoumparpa e. . mnts. As capital is not required you run no rI. We supply you with all that is needed. It wil .eut you nothing to try the bhsines. Any am. anu do the work Beginers make money f.le the start Failure is ukanwn with our workea., Neery hour you Labor you can eaily makre dot. I o oue who is willing to work fail, to mnake m Money .eery day than can be raode in three dayp at any ordinary employment. Send for free behL sntasinlng the fullest lnfoermant. . HALLETT & CO., PORTLAND, MAIM3II A simple methodl of phtlotographiing a person in five different attitudes all at once h.as been inventtdl by a New Jersey piunot tgrapher, by ineaus of which the sam.e lpcture gives five different views of the Siter. This i acminpli:hed by using a5a .ackgroln.d tw plale nlairr, ir, form. ing le.tween thetm an ;ngle of 45 degrees, and placing the Ioraon at the junction. The aucfulne ss of such pictures will not be confined to ordinary life, as they will be most valuable in criminology and an thropology.-Exchange. A Pointed Hiet. Dissatisfied Guest-Waiter, you don't seem to know how to broil a steak at this eating house. Let me give you a pointer Waiter (with some alacrity) - All tight, suh, only we usually calls'em tips -Chicago Tribune. PREMIUMS Fashion High Arm Singer FIye Years Guarantee. Delivered Railroad Freight Paid Pull Set of Finest Stiee Rataehameast in Plush Lined Case. Our Finest Premium is without doubt the Fashion High Arm Singer Sewing Machine The "Singer" has stood the test of 40 yean and made a princely fortune for its inventor. 1 The "Fashion" Singer, however, is an im provement on the original machine, as it has all modern improvements up to date which are known or found in a first-class family sew ing machine. The automatic bobbin winder winds all sizes of thread on the bobbin as easily as a spool of thread is wound, without care or attention on the part of the operator, except to keep the treadle moving. Owing to the machine having what is termed a tight and loose wheel, the bobbin can be wound without running the working parts of the machine. This is quite an advantage, as it does not necessitate the re moving of the goods from underneath the presser foot, nor even unthreading the ma ohine. The needle is short and straight, thus insur ing ggreat strength: it is also self.setting, re quiring no care on fthe part of the operator. The pressure on the seshng foot is adjustable, and when the foot is raised to remove the work from the machine, it brings into play the an tomatic tension release. This takes the ten sion from the thread, and the goods can be re. moved from the machine without bending the needle or breaking the thread. Everyoperator on old style machines will appreciate this Each machine is furnished with the follow tng accessories and attachment.: Oil can filled with oil, 12 needles, bobbies wIrench, guide and guide screw, large ad emat screw driver. instruction book, foot hemmer teller, rufner, tucker, binder, and a est of hemmers of assorted widths. We also fionist a written guarantee warranting the manhin: for five years, breakage of needlesand shuttle" exoepted. This shows the great confidence we have in the machine, which we Justly claim tc be the best value for the money ever offered. How to obtain this Machine.-w, will send this machine F Eig, freighL paid to nearest railroad depot, to any one sending us 40 yearly paid subscriptions, or foe I0pakt subscriptions and $10.00 in caeh; sold to subscribers only for $19.50 eah, railroad freight paid. The regular retail prIce of this machine is $3.0., The following testimonials were furnished us by the manufacturere: LAFAYrcrr SPRIOOt, Qoincy, Ky. Unde date of June r. lcm, writes: I have oel of our lHh Arm hewing Machines. We ha eo had i utbo 3 yea, and It his prove .b usot a osoot i represented. It Is taid to o te be ma lnes in our neigh by all ho have seen it." Miss SAILUn McCLsu.gt.. Vancebw K y. under date of June 33O._ 1. writesr: 1 rtiool the machine and am delighted with it. I~o lorvely work. There is nt another sIa In our town for whhl woul d wl l lyjni w d t o anr b a Irw o 5 la Everyone likes thi se L e " moch" --i¶ Joanjw, M ereor. undr 1te o or, boe aswh bor , I chne oi the wee o r. eaer s w. not give It fora sand aof m e eghbor', emee. M s resenter T bee a ll the emblems of lk, namely the eent ,lover. horse heo l wish aue, hew knot d orgetme.sots. Th poa is made t oid Coin ilver. e of them b poons makbe a beautifl souvenir presenth spoons tree to aiy one ~ end tlg us f new paid-Up yearly ubnlserptions or for 4 ew paid-up yearly ubeerslpLosk snd $.5 In cush; or it will be mId to a ubscriber for Sl n cmh.. Io restage must bhe added in each case. COLUIBUS SOUVENIR SPOON Colsmus Seeveair Tee Spom re m all the m;; everybody eheel have as.. We ehow a beafullyr a graved epons. beariug as es relleat bum Celeembum ead egraviang ae te vese ot Co. unhmbee Ieding an our ebares. p ited, osidied, and the bow: .old tined; it will be giver free for S w I M -up year. : up yeerle eeley se e 3 r. or it will toem e e MILES CITY , Iron and Pump Works U n. Dt l B Ullman Proprietor I, meab Back,-. . L TRIO LT o.ertallaUOn of braIn , -.,re fnE".s G;oext,>u ell ru l rl. cretoun. a. nrn'us d. ility. .ir,.cura. la~ni o.. TuOM - rheumati m, kidney lire a d b'iudr o (.nii t lllwrbneb k, i: mhugo .'rtir. all frmnli Ut:I I..r"."1. Ou. r P."oet uIatp.r , ZLE rhlt auur uu Vst. thutt LtIda haTve, DANn T.dlul hFr trty, l.lT . e.. il after all othtr reym- lir. fa1rtw, ar w vrfe Igruf ,. 1uand a e tealmontlir In lll srldh and every olir't,,-r. Irteet I..,sq n',.r I1ft. r 1d w,.ak mto., 'l:l.E H h thll •Irt tle.H * awl t ,rwus W. c tA , lldl .,, i. i:1 t SAINEN ELECTRIC CO., 2iA,. *t6 dt.M i\%EA.YULl. MIa'.. 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