' '' ' THt WAY THIS KAT -S J r-re-AiU to TMgtpaue Tl THE WAV THAT IT nfi J U R.EA1LT3- jSr-W?pf MARVELOUS KEAT OF TUB TIN CANNON AND TOY PISTOL. arrived on the scene he waa given a chute of hie own. It waa tleo to the bar, and when the slgnul came all that was spectacular and taking, but a great deal of a fake. The folded chute was first placed Inside a big tuba of Un mounted on stsnchions and carriage car-riage of tha aame flimsy material, painted black to resemble Iron. This was attached to the parachute. Then the performer crawled In. He had concealed In tbe breast of bis leotard, aa half ooat used by all tumblera and trapes artists, a pistol, provided with Withal It Is a hard profession. Tha man who faces danger dally may claim that ba becomea so accustomed to Its mien that he fears It no longer. Externally Ex-ternally this may ba true, but the nervous system haa its limitations, and W tha warnlnga It sometimes sends out are not heeded death may come In a horrible ahapa. Thua tha ranks are swelled today by the young snd daring; depleted tomorrow to-morrow by the tried and wise. Few men grow old In the profession. They marry and their wives will not bear hunttnu business at HiiMne. last season sea-son killed sixty-eight ducks In one hour and twenty minutes, all being wing shots, lieu K. Johnson, county coun-ty rommiastoner from that precinct, killed a like number at one discharge of a iloulile-liarrelled gull. Henry Towns, nd killed sixty-three mallards that he got at the discharge of a double-barrelled gun.