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p-s;; 4 " " ' ". - ' .THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1916.
Sigh codrt giyes
I k somnms
ronprtuman ShaUenberger Mnit
$ Pay Hot Which He Endorsed
C! .' for Another.
The Secret the Submarine
. By E. Alexander Powell
trito af Tea tat tha Trail." WhIsti
I FreaW ate.
; FIFTH INSTALLMENT.
B.ULE I FUAILY " HXED
jj (mm a Buff Correspondent.)
t LintcJn,, June ,23. pecial.) Su
reme court opinions' handed down
Ipday show that ex-Goxernor Shal-
Ijjnberger, who endorsed, the payment
a note given by w., r. aommers
whom he had sold some cattle,
He ndte later appearing In' the hands
1 . T 1 1 I t?
t tne nome savings oaija: 01 rre-
sont, win nave to pay me same, i ne
bte amounted to (8J0 and was given
a 1902, stncc which time rt has been
litigation, i "".v",'..
U Ignorance- of the age of a minor
tiesjnot excuse a saloon keeper in
rllini liouor. and a sale by an em-
loye is the same as if sold by the
roorietor. unless it.it clearly shown
tat the sale was made m the absence
f the owner of the saloon in the
reel contradiction to orders.
ihether the instructions were given
k good faith is for the jury to de
Ermine. ' 1 1 '
The case came from ' Johnson
bunty, where Herman Steinlcuhter, a
iterlino- saloon keener, was arretted
rid fined $475 and costs for a sale of
mor to a minor. The saloon keeper
et ud the defense that the sales made
J rere contrary to orders. ;
;CUXG BURWElt WOMAN
I WEDDED TO GRETNA MM
R,.r.ll Net,., lime 23. fSneelal.)
I lAt the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
' horn as R Willfamii c-h, Wednesday
ening, their-daughter, -Margaret M.
I sillums, was married to Pink W.
i andy of Gretna. Mr. Sandy ia the
i in of Mr. and' Mrs, H. G. Sandy.
' he bridal couole were attended bv
. iiss .Florence Sandy as maid of
onorj Rebecca Williams at bridtt
: aid,'.' and. Harold Petersen 'as
j rooms'man. The wedding march
I as played by1 Mrs. Florence Shafer.
ill The' wedding party took their places
I nder an arch, festooned in pink and
,-hite, from the center of which was
iispendcd'S bofiiet of orange blos-
-ms. -f ..,; i.
j i The Rev,' Ei EShafer of the Meth
i Jitt church, pronounced the mar'
I age voiMs, ' The bride was becora
1 gly goWned in' white taffeta, and
- ore the ' orange blossoms and veil
j id can-fed ,.a ehower boquet of
ide's roses. The rooms were beau
.u'ly decorated- with eut flowers,
j jses nftdtttttmating: The newly
edt will begin housekeeping at once
I b the farnt of the groom between
i. inland and Gretna, where they will
fe at home to' their many ftiends.
' f i KhHi lum at Beatrice. y..',
i 5 Beatrice, N-fb, June 2J. (Special
' legranv) thousands -of Beatrice
i ;iitii gathered at the Burlington
ation this morninir to bid members
Company C good-bye before their
oarture tor mobilisation camp. at
, .neoitt, ' The' Beatrice military band
1 id b y scouts accompanied the com-
I my ' tC) the ' tram. : Patriotism was
I patent on every hand when; the
i nd began Dlayin national airs and
.re were cheera and heart-aches a
j e train pulled oat of the station for
Lincoln, Twelve new recruits were
f -eived by the company-today.
Lieutenant J.rvls Hop la dautllad ky to
United Stales naval board to Investigate
and report hli Mndlnae an the Invention of
Or. Halph Burke, whlck aervea to bring the
submarine to a state of perfection. The
lieutenant arrives In Valdavla and la wsl
oomed br the Inventor and hla daughter.
Cleo. ' On the trial trip of the Inventor's
boat, a Japaness helper 1s surprised In the
act of eternising the mechanism of the ven
tilating device. Hope reporta ravoraoir on
the new devloe. but there are others Inter
ested In It. An attempt to burglarise Dr.
Burke's laboratory falls, but later Cleo finds
him murdeted In his bedroom. Cleo sells her
father's library to gst money: later she finds
a note, from which she learns that they con
tain the eeoret formula. With Hope she
races to the auctloneere store, only to flno it
In flames. Olss Ivanoff and Oerald Morton,
two splee In search of the formula, attempt
to ceoture Cleo when ehe ealla at the houee
of Stephenskl, the anarchist. Hope rushes
to her aldt Morton shoots at Bin, out tne
bullet hits a bomb. In the collar which ss
(Continued from Yesterday.)
The studv was. a Urge and hand
somely furnished apartment Its walls
were paneled in oak and heavy bro
cade curtains were drawn before its
' Mahlin, closing the door behind
him, had unwrapped the books with
quick, nervous fingers, and was bent
over the table, absorbed in their ex
amination, when the door was sud
denly thrown open and young Ley
land entered the room.
"Excuse me," he exclaimed, suppos
ing the figure at the table was one of
the guests, "I'm sorry if I intruded.
I just stepped in to see if I could find
some cigarettes," and then, recognis
ing Mahlin as the servant wno naa ad
mitted him, "what the devil are you
doing with those books -And why
haven't you told my aunt that I had
"I really beg pardon, air." said the
supposed servant humbly, "but I was
just glancing over the volumes, sir.
hev are hiahlv interestins. sir:
will notify your aunt immediately,
sir,' and he backed toward the door.
"Well, don't waste any more time
about it. then." said Levland. "and
you can tell her that I'm going to
stay here tor a while and have
Dropping into a chair, he lighted
a cigarette. An instant later a crush
ing blow descended on his head and,
with a groan, he slumped I from the
chair on to the floor,, where he lay
with outspread arms, breathing tter
torously.i - - .',.
Heedless of the unconscious body at
his feet, Mahlin had resumed his scru
tiny ot the books when ne neara out
side the door the voices of Mrs. Del
mar. Hone and Cleo. They were as
cending the stair. They were coming
to the study. . lie glanced about mm.
The 'only means ..of escape was
through a i single door . He - was-
trapped. His only chance of . avoiding
discovery lav in concealing himsell
until the unwelcomev isitors had de
parted. Leaving the books on the
fable, he blew out the lamo and-slip
ping into one of the window recesses
drew before him the heavy curtains.
Scarcely had he done so wnn tne
door opened. s : ', Vi t
."Whv. the room's dark, exclaimed
Mra. Delmtr. "I can't understand it
I certainly cave orders to have the
lamp lighted," and, stepping to the
wall, she switched von the electric
light' ! '-'v-.-' W .
rA ,....! What's this?" rrlerl
Hope, catching sight of. Leyland's
body.: ,., . :.) ..
Mrs. Delmar gave a cry of horror.
"Its Franelsl It s my nepnewi
he dead? Oh, he Is dead?
hannened to him?"
"No. he's not dead," said Hope, ex
amining the unconscious man, "but
Cspnlght. ISIS, ky E. Alsaaadir PowoIL
he's had a terrific clip on the back
of the head. Looks as thpugh some
one had hit him with a life-preserver.'
He's coming around, though. He'll
lis all eaiivtiw- In oninHraa
Here are the books on the table,"
said Cleo, recognizing two of her fa
ther's beloved volumes, "Poor Mr.
Leyland must have been looking at
them when '. ",'
She stopped abruptly, for from be
hind the curtains had come a muffled
"Someone's hiding there behind
the curtains I", she whispered, gripping
Hope's arm. '. .,. , ,
Crossing the room on velvet feet
Hope suddenly jerked aside the heavy
draperies, as ne aid so, Mahlin, who
had slipped a. black mask over the
upper portion of his face, leaped at
mm like a panther. . Locked in each
other's arms the two men swayed
out into- the middle of the room.
They hit a carved cabinet filled with
porcelain and it went over with
crash. They caromed from the wall
to the table and- from the table to
the wall, Cursing,' grunting, snarl
ing, straining, more like animals than
men, they reeled through the door
way of the study into the upper halt.
A rug slipped from beneath them and
sent them to their knees, but still
theys-battled on. Nearer and nearer
ineir . Desperate struggles orougnt
them to the top of the stairway.
Hope, who was on too now. had hia
fingers on Mahlin'a throat. The
house was in an uproar now. Guests,
servanta and musicians, attracted by
the piercing screams of Cleo and Mrs.
Delmar, rushed from the ballroom
I -. I I.J . 1. J . L ,
ana siooa crowaea in tne aoor uciow,
watching the struggle at the head of
the stairs as an audience watches a
mock struggle on the stage. Now
the two were poised at the top of
the stairway. - Then, amid a chorus
of screams from Cleo and Mrs. Del
mar above and from the assembled
guests below, they rolled, with a ter
rific bumping, , down - the marble
stairs. So intertwined that one could
not be distinguished from the other,
. , . r. . ,. .
incy Durac. into tne oauroom, tne
he's killed r she wailed, and
blindly, madly down the stairs. .
Seeing that the coast was now mo
mentarily clear, Morton and Olga,
who had followed the others upstairs
without 'themselves being observed,
and had witnessed the .whole of the
desperate struggle, slipped into the
empty study with the intention of
getting the books, which. thev-had
seen, only a moment before, lying -on
the table. But they stopped in aston
ishment The books had disappeared!
V v (To Be Continued.) , '
Frank Hedges Is
: j- Drowned in Blue
Seward, Neb., June (Special
TVWram.'i Frank iHedges. - aged 25
years, was drowned in the Blue river
here this evening. The body was re
covered and efforts were made - to
bring the young man to life, but with-
'nut avtil. .. '. ' '..'',"''
Hrdavi: with a number of others.
had gone swimming in the river at
a point, near the base ball grounds.
He had been, in the water perhaps
fifteen minutes and swam across the
river 'a, number of times. r Suddenly
be uttered a crv. threw uo his hands
and sank in ten feet of water. He
was a good awimmer, ana it . .sup
posed he was- seued with cramps., ,.
- , t Ml Ml Waa-'TM-HonoT.
Honey, soothes the. irritation, PlnO-Tar
euta -the phlegm, relieves congestion, soothes
the raw spots, lea, : All druggists. Adv.
frightened guests giving way before
them. Panting from exhaustion, they
rocked and swayed across the pol
ished floor, reeled for a sickening mo
ment against , the. low balustrade in
front of . the open French- window.
and then, amid a cry of warning from
the onlookers, plunged outward and
downward into the darkness. - A ter
rific crash of broken glass told the
horrified listeners that they had fallen
through the roof of the conservatory
Throughout the desoerate encounter
Cleo had remained at the top of the
stairs, petrified with fear for Hope's
satety, clinging .convulsively to Mrs.
Delmar. As the two figures plunged
through the open window she gave a
shriek of horror. ' ' - -,
, "He's killed! He's killed!. 1, know
' HOME BUILDERS Inc. has
announced to- its shareholders
a cash dividend of 7 per
annum July lat, 1916. " ..' :"
' HOME BUILDERS has made
a substantial growth in the past,
five years.' It guarantees 7
on money invested and one
half of the remaining profits to
investors .. in Home Builders'
"The Surplus profits have in
creased the value of shares to
f 1.18 each. They 'will be
issued at this price until July
1st, thereafter, at the new rate.
. Amarican Security Co.,
..Fiscal Agsntt. 'j, V
17th and Doulaa Sta., Omaha.
. mfV-t i v ' i '' -'
' 'i 'i 1
:!zrk! Is It Prince Ii-Lani
; Victrcla ? ttr 'lire Both Singing ? ,
Come Saturday atS:39pr8:00 (clock
And hear this gifted Hawaiian in a most novel
and delightful entertainment -
Prince Lei-Lani (E.
K. Rote) , it a lineal
descendant of Kame
hameha The Great.
Prince Lel-Lanl was born at Htlo,
Hawaii, in 1887. He la a Uneal
descendant of Kamehameha the
Great, who conquered the Ha
waiian islands in 1790, nd
whose deeds are commemorated
by tha monument upon the Pal
ace Grounds (now the United
States Building) at Honolulu. He
is closely related to the former
Queen Liliiuokalani. He waa edu
cated at Hilo and, at Kameha
meha' college, Honolulu, Oahu,
and finished his studies at La
land Stanford University, Cali
fornia. .-, ; , . ,, '.;
Prince LeiLani (E. K. Rose), is a musical
oarvel, one of the Victor artists and maker
'cf cuny Hawaiian records. ; . ''''
.. Mr. Rose will take his place beside the Victrola, will
insert into it Victor' Record of his own making, will let
the record play for a while, will then taKe up the melody
himstlf, again sing with hia voice alone, then-with hia
voice aa duplicated in the Victrola, start, stop, start again,
and there will not be a single soul in the audience who will
be able to detect when the LIVING singer starts or stops.
One CANNOT tell WHICH is doing the singing, the human
r.arv 1, who MADE the record, or the marvelous instru--"t
ftiSPRODUCES his voice. The capabilities of the
J Va LA are beyond comparison and Mr. Rose PROVES
-itoyoo- - .
Zzrry one U Cordially Invited to come Saturday
. et 2:S0 and 8:00 o'clock. ...
Victrola Gallery "' ' ' '" y '' '
;:dyd Cz Wilhelm Co
'.'. V.Z-41$ South lfilh St ',
Orchard & Wilhelrn Co.
, 41416-18 South 16th Street.
J 1 l -V . ' vis -
, One very good example of the .;
many values our stock of f era.
' Dresser as il- 1 v
- - - lustrated, $21
This Dresser has a double built-Up
top, quarter sawed oak, fumed finish,
large plate mirror, - COI CJ
Mahogany four-poster bed, beauti
ful panel back, rail foot ,
r- Price $28.00. .
Very attractive values at ,
$5. $7.50, $9 to $15
Our very complete showintt of dining room furniture merits your
consideration; Better aaaortment
popular prices. ; :
Qdarterea Golden Oak, an except
tional value, $28. Other patterns,
i $23, $24, $270
Fall box frame, leather seat, a.S0
than ever of popular1 designs at
Mahogany, $44 and $46
Mahogany, $21 and $28
Serving Tables, mahogany
V $11 to $28
Curtains for the Open Window Season
Sarvleeabla, Easily Launder od and
Voile and Marquisette, hemstitched and li
95c IU9, 11.60, 11.99 pair.
Muslin Curtains, ruffled and hemstitched. S1.2S. S1.50
S1.7B pair. -
: For Porch, Sun Room and Bed
Stenciled and Embroidered
crash. v -
75c. $1.50 and $&25
Ready to Hang
M iaebaa a ft...
3 Uchaa s 7 ft...
Baat Quality Maabiaa Oil Slsaske
. Si brakes s ft...
36 fawJns a 7 f.,....,..4S .
69c Saturday for. These White En
amelware Utensjls worth up to $1.65
An Strictly First Quality. .
Cunning Clothes for
Fiwt in Quality, First in Price, First in the Heart of Every Child g
Sam Peck Suits
with extra pants
at Special Prices
KoolKloth Suits ,
for warm weather
in pinch backnor-
in cricket club colors
It's a splendid coat
for tennis and outing ;
light, cool and attrac
tive; just the thing
you need and only
1 'ttW .
Paul Jones Middies
are here in better than ever styles and sunfast colors superior
to any other Blouse at the price
ONE DOLLAR $1.00
Dresses for Our Girls
2 to 6 years -
Gingham ' :
and madras. The popular
straight effect or semi-empire
styles. Values up to ;
6 to 14 years . ""
Slightly soiled Play Frocks
that were as high On.,
as (1.60, : ' s)jC
for ... ...... .i...
Slightly soiled Dresses, most
ly last year's Styles, ifj
but values up to . i M I
18.50, for ,
Winsome Millinery at Reduced Prices
.. V - , ' ' .' ' . , A taM full
A Uble full
t o rmerly
sold up to
Values up to
Misses' and Chil
dren's Pumps, $1.35
Misses' pumps, dull and tan
leathers and black velour, welt
and hand sewed flexible soles.
All sizes in the lot from 1 in
to 2. Regular (2.50 and (3.00
Children's pumps, dull, tan and
bronze leathers, hand turned
soles and spring heels. All sizes
in the lot from 8 H to 11. Regu
lar (2.00 values ...... . .(US
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And every t?rarlding drop has been the same
the same in delicious flavor the same in zest the same
in wholesomeness, purity and cleanliness since the olden
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8-qnart Whtto Tea Kettles, v
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6-quart white covered Berlin sauce pans.
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