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OF THE U. S. A.
BY ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE.
Tho Romance of a Young American's Adventures
in the Balkans and His Fight for
a Throne and a Girl.
Founded on J. B. Fagan's Successful Play, Now
Running in New York.
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,Tli Iff Ion Kiminc WorUO
ItVOPSIfl of PkicinfNO rn ACTOR.
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IU whom lie MM in
ho i PnBCJM Irma.
PWU un'mmir or King AUfUMUi 111. 01 H irnitina.
HlMini" ovr;'r a cnnvriMtion In whiVJi th
King '..i irra t,ar the oolf war In aata
Momfiri 'nm mtii i for hor to marry Prinoo
Sunalr. pmTKlpr tn tlie UIOfM and hemlitary
m tho royal hou Htie ootiMDi for the
of hor Ctjptfy, dlthrrijh ah ha' Vladimir
rail ! Hawthorn. l.atT MWMrntt MMtMll
1MNMB of Vtaiimir'i to dethronf tlie King.
Hm warm Um King, rho, while prrttrt'lirie to
Lnoro tho warning, rsrarim to ni;.-'t Vi llmlr.
Jg? Priit2i on aftrarl turiirlaft. a nmmi
imi ii a IIwthorn at I Irma H i -tilt Haw
tMffM. who ttinuhM him and ia pill In (all.
Tha Amrrirn , and tells tha Kmc of
trta fcaprmoinc roolution. Br money and com
anon aauae HavrUionie wit?. ilia mob and hoi k
tha wait. II tiioo fni m tan the hrnkan for
tanen of normina and intra th mini try on a
pajlnf baal. n the r.e nf hi . lura for
amenna bo rrwt the I'rinreaa at a ball.
LOR a moment Hawthorne and
the Princess stood movelees.
The ssme sweet-bitter mem
ories were In the heart of
each. Much had hapnensd
the careless days when a lair
young American bad acnamhled over a
rumbling wall to make lore to an
unknown little girl In that old garden.
At length the Prtncaea came forward
toward Hawthorne; very fragile, very
Mr, very appealing, m tha half light
'7a It true 7" ahe asked. "You are
really leaving BorrovInaT"
He would not let hlmaerf heed the
wistful appeal in her voice, but forced
issnself to apeak tightly, almost curtly.
"In." said be, 'In the momtng."
"Than," alhe made answer, curloualy
entiled by hla coldly Impersonal tone,
"It's goodby," be aaaented. hla fe.ee
whitening a little, hut hla voioe bard
1-1 won t even try to thank you,
air. Hawthorne," ahe continued, "for
all you have done for ua, There are no
words for such thanks."
"Pe4i aw!" said Hawthorne gruffly,
"I've done nothing."
Nothing? You've made Borrovlna a
now country. A country that la modern
and rich and busy. You've proved," a
little bitterly, "that loyalty ta something
stag mutt buy that patriotism la de
votion to this world's goods. Why." ana
want on, trying to drown tha cry In her
heart by llgM speeoh, "on the night of
Mils revolution I saw men's courage and
principles and ldeala all wither In a
breath at sight of your money. I saw
their souls go out In barter for wealth.
But for What you've dons for Borrovlna
I thank you with all my heart. Our
people have learned to love you. It
must be beautiful ts be loved as they
leys you. May the) future bring you
everything you can desire, Mr. Haw
thorne!" "Thank you," said Hawthorns, stiffly.
Mhs put out hsr hand. Their fingers
touched. And at the oontaot a light
leaped Into Hawthorne's unhappy eyes
II took an Impulsive step toward the
"Ills Majesty," came the p.-lm vuloe
of the English governess from the stair
head, "is asking for Your Royal High
ness." The Princess hesitated, then followed
Miss Smyths Into the palace. She
glanced hack. But Hawthorne was star
ing moodily out over the lighted city
tlie city lie had made alive.
Blake, coming In from the further
gardens, found 1ilm so.
''. Tony!" hailed the new-comer,
"I saw the Princess here with you Just
now. Did you fix up anythlngT"
"What do you mean?" growled Haw
thorne. "What the deuce do you strppoas T
mean?" retorted Blake, "I mean are
you engaeed ?"
"Why Is It rot?" demanded the Irre
pressible Blake. "There's no prince In
the way. now. It'd be a walkover for
"Drop It," muttered Hawthorne, "yon
don't know what you're talking about."
"I tell you, It'd be a walkover." per
sisted Blake. "You couldn't ask any
thing that King Augustus mould re
fuss. ;t him to mskn you a duke
or something. Then after a couple of
Jumps you could easy get Into the
king row. Tell rhe Prmreis you want
to marry her. Rhr 'd ask tho old man
and ho'll flx It up for you somehow.
He'll do anything for you."
"Drop It. I say!" ordered Hawthorne,
"I'm leaving for New York to-morrow
"Hard hick!" sympathised Blake.
"Still, you've got no kick coming at
the way Borrovlna's treated you. You
must have cleaned up a pot of money
"What? With all these gilt-edged
Investments you haven't raked In anv
profits? Why, that railroad stock
"I haven't made any Investment."."
declared Hawthorne. "I haven't In
vested a dollar. I haven't made a cent
I wasn't running the Hhnw for my own
benefit. The Government has paid nie
back the money I loaned It nn the night
of tha revolution. That's all I've got.
And It's enough."
"Enough? You might have had bar
rels). And you've heen working like a
dog for a whole year Just fur the love
of It? Just because the Princess"
"Just because Horrovlna means
everything to her" sntd Hawthorne,
softly, "and because''
"Because the Princess means every
thing to you? i understand, book out'
Here comes the Kin?!"
"Oentlernen," said Ills Mujeety, pot
tering aimlessly toward them, "why
have you forsaken the ballroom? The
night ts still young. Mr. Hawthorne,
I was sfriild you had Kone."
"I am Just lagvlng, replied Haw
thorne. "Bo this Is goodby?" mused the King
sadly. "My dear boy. we dread to have
you leave us. Words cannot express
our gratitude for all yon have done
Ws shall always rememlier you a our
benefactor our very truest friend."
"Thanks!" Mid 1 la thorrie. nw'kwurd
ly, pauslnz. then ..a.vlng "Thanhs" one.
more, and hurriedly retreating Into the
The King looked sftsr him the tired
LOST. FOUND t MD
wOP? ClUBS 1 lid Si.
i saa ui-.i II sal.
i .... it. ivii uv;
Thf-n he turned
"His going Is a great loss. Mi Blake."
1ghel the Kins. "On 1-reDsrshle loss
Hut I rejolc" thai In saving us he has
also been able to enrich himself "
"Knrlehed himself?" repeated Brake.
"Your Malesty, that 1ov .hasn't made a
red cent out of his work here."
"Tlwt's right. He didn't lake a share
of stoek In anything. He built up eras
country and he's the only aoul that
doesn't gst ons dollar s benefit out of
"Wonderful"' exrlalmed the King.
"Work for work's sake! But then his
own fortune la already so Immense that
be probably does not care to add to It."
"Fortune:" laughed Blake. "Why.
sire, you don't stUI believe that craxy
story shout his belnt; a capitalist? The
Kuropean pspera made that blunder,
end lony let It go at that to give the
"people confldcnoe In his schemes. But
I euro thought he had rput Your Maj
esty wise. Fortune? livery dollar be
had In the world was In the suit-case
brought him on the night of the revo
lution." "But, but," stammared the wholly be
wildered King. "Then what could have
been his object m"
"In saving Borrovlna? Hs wouldn't
thank me for telling Your Majesty. And
you may not thank me. either. But It's
too lata for It to make any difference
now. Tony did all this because the
Princess loves Borrovlna and"
"And bscauss he loves the Princess "
"Oh!" gasped the King, then hs mut
tered, "Most distressing! Most distress
ing!" Then was a moment's pease. Then he
"Mr. Blake, If you are returning to
the ballroom may I trouble you to tell
tha Princess I am waiting hsr for s
word with her?"
Hs bsckoned a passing officer and
gave a second order. Then she old man
stood, head bent, eye half shut, with
ered face Inscrutable, til mtmt
active, until ths Princess's light step
uunueu on ine waix Deior Jilra.
"Your Majesty sent for mT" ahe be
gan. He wlanesrf ,h.nCv -, .. w
- nt , i inuunn
be hsd already forgotten his reason for
me uuuivns. oen ne said carelessly:
"By ths way, I have just been saying
goodby to Mr. Hawthorn a I hops you
too thanked him tor all ho haa dona
"I tried to. I congratulated him on his
"His suaesas? Yes. Quits so. But we
have lust learned that Fn, - -. .
of his own Mr. Hawthorn has seen fit
10 taae no prom tot mi service s to Bor
rovlna" "Father !
"He haa done eft imaaMiklv 11 i.
w who have reaped all the reward. We
thought him Incredibly rich. We find
h was not. He risked aJI he noa...,i
to save ua But for (ham vnu and T
should now be paupers and In exile and
Borrovlna would hs a nation of ths
Mil" she oantad. her w.lr atisV. hv
SObs. "And I never lui! T arsiss
"No? Rut now that St lea vnn -r
could you not perhaps oonvev to
It's too late!" she sobbed "W M
goodby. He is gone. And I shall never
see him again."
'Gone." repeated the Kins. "T urt,
An officer entered the mmjrAm mnA
was leaving ths palace. Your Majesty,"
he renorted. and the next instant Muw.
thorns was hurrying toward them.
"You sent for me. Blre?" Queried the
Tld I?" asked the King slowly, ss
old eyes full of regret.
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TH1 KVrifllfQ WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1012.
Detective Floors Slichnot by
Football Tackle, but Needs
Help to Hold Him.
A man of rMgantlr physique, with a
tsrvlnp knife In hli hand, wss chasing
two screaming women n Eighth avenue
at Flft -fourth street Brly to-day when
Detective Hers or the Central Olfice
saw him. The detective used to play
footbnll and had not forgotten how to
tackle. He msde a flying leap and
caught the knife wlelder around ths
knees, bringing him to the Pavement.
The giant shook off Mara and began
Jabbing at him with the knife. Psdes
trisns ran to tbs detective's aid, but
by that time the big strong man was
on his feet, atrlklng with his left hand
and slashing with the knife In his right.
One man, who tried to sslss the big
fellow's wrist, was hurled to ths street
ss a child might have been by a man
of ordinary strength
It was only by the force of numbers
that the giant was ovsreoms when a
crowd closed in on him from all sides.
Than a patrol wagon wae called and
he was taken to the West Forty-seventh
street police station.
"I am Otto Stlchnot," he said, "and I
llvs at No. Ml Eighth avanus. I am
forty-seven years old. Look bar"
For the benetit of Lieut. Frye and tha
assembled policemen and detectives the
prisoner Inflated his chest and exhibited
the huge, corded muscles of his arms
with evident prlda
The two women fltlohnot had been
chasing disappeared while Men and his
though trying to remember.
'Perhaps I did. By the way, there ts
something that may Interest you. It It
not yet made public. But It was
definitely decided In council to-day. Ws
have decided to adopt your American
form of government. There will be no
more Kings In Horrovlna At the and of
my reign the kingdom Is to he made a
republic. And now I must go back to
the ballroom. May I leave you to escort
Her Royal Hlehness to the Palace, Mr.
Hawthorne? I use the phrase 'Royal
Highness' from old habit," ha mean
dered on. "For now that Borrovlna la
to become a repuhllo my daughter will
no longer be a Princess nor an heir to
a throne. She becomes henceforth a
mere woman, who may choose her own
way of being happy and of loving."
He moved off toward the palaoa, leav
ing Hawthorne and the Princess alone
tnfrether by the sun dial In the moonlit
garden. For a moment neither spoke.
It was Irma wtio broke ths wondrous
"Mr Hawthorne." she asked, "why
hsve you done all these things for
Ha-vthorne mumbled something; about
"a good Investment."
"Is that really why you did It?" she
"Why should you doubt It?"
"Was that your reason?" she Insisted
"Please tell me the truth."
"It It wasn't exactly the reason,"
he admitted, shamefacedly.
Miserable and hopeless as he was, he
could not look Into her dear eyes and
"Then," ahe went on, "what was your
"I I can't tell you." he faltered.
"Yon need not tell me," she said soft
lyso softly that he hud to draw very,
very close to her to ca'.oh her whis
pered words "I know why you did It
all. You did It for me for my sake.
And then to spare my pride you
wouldn't ten me. You are greater than
any king. You are the most wonder
ful man I ever knew, and- I love you."
Princess!" he rrled in a daxed glory
of unbelieving Joy, "I I"
"I love you," she said again.
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rnm if tm ' am
TWO WOMEN WITH
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THREE ARE SENTENCED.
The eases of only three prisoners w
.! -...ed of by the Court of (letiers
Sessions .eterday. All three are for
"arming i AMfk,
vtsrs old. pleaded guilt )
revolver, h!s first offense
by .liidae Koster
to earrylna n
He was fined
iiUdOVlca I'umlnell, tweritv-one years
rdd. pleaded guilty to earning a re
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o' District-Attorney and prior good
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Ulark llelirlan liar
siiawl neckpiece large pillow muff
$2.49 Smart Silk WalaU 1.S7
Navy, brown or black, with whits
stripe tailored with Kohespierre
(.liar or net y. ana currs panel
llsint. rsilored piping
$1.24 RUck SiUtalaff Psllirssts 74
I'Ulted floune. forming Van Dyks
poiiilH nil lengths.
plflTICOATI -iK uNIi n.Of)B.
ft H, Women's Unisn Soils 49
While or cream well flieced high
lurk I'd' or short sleeves.
WllMKN s l MiKHWKsU MAIN VUiU.
41 ft Men's Un'erwssr .37
Medium weight -era only thirtt
anil ilrawers all iTtss.
I4EN S I'NDKUWK Mi UAIN rUlllR.
71 and IX rt. Boys' Trsusera 10
Kiili'kern grra bloom SI1 asslmsres.
worsteds, i i. M ils sn.l .Mrduroya
5 to 14 v irs
In ITS' il." .Till Nil - Till III) PI.OI1H
.4 snd $2. t'mhr.llaa l.CS
Itlack union taffet i slses for men
anil leofnsn mission horti and pearl
iTinairTsiia Mtia futeux
S9 el. Weessn's Caps Gloves 69
Mannish style -one clsap good ten
QlOTM main i'f.i ..it
2 el. Wide Ribbons .13
Fur hat or lialr laiws satins
taffetas iind moires pretty I'res.
dens snd nlHln colors
Clo'k signs Denote
Look lor liis Ckecks!
M ast of rifth Avsnut,
sf wMts aasf
Hats ana TVIsemla
f srrery fashionable
kind.... We know of no
shows a more oorrialsts
SILKS FOR GOWNS
BROCADES FOR RICH CLOAKS
VELVETS FOR SUITS
Utwt Strkt Ltwttt PfiM
40 ln -h Tharmsuse deslrsbls soft
draping finish- white, cream. Ivory,
evening tints, tnbacixi, taupe, navy
rsi black -three special
values 1.4T-- 1.75.. LOO
Double width t'repe le Chlnea -exes-tlonal
qitslltles evening ahadea,
faslilonable dark culora ami
"lack 1.2JI ant 1 .flO
M-lnco rharmense Klnlsh Satin Willi.
Ivory, cream, light ami dark colors
eacellent fl.tt value I.2B
rf-lnrth Matin Mrocsdes all pure
silk white, cream and light colors-
medium ared large designs
.TO and .
?T-lnrh Sstln nrsK'sde--eittrs
qtisllty sgfeMt and Ivnrv new
rich designs I . Ifl
Yard wide Brocaded i'hsrniuss--Itght
snd dsrk colors floral
designs excellent 00 value 1.4?
Charmeuae Finish Rrocsdes M-lneh
white, Ivory snd blsck LOU
Brocaded Lining atlns vard wide
many designs light snd dsrk
tt-lnrh Black Brocaded Velvets
scroll snd florsl effects. a. 4, A 2. Ml
ALL WOOL BRUSSELS RUGS
t s t ft.
T.gg t ft.
t si: rt.
10 4(13 I ft.
AXMINSTER HALL RUNNERS
til) ft. -richest rokir trim mines.
suah ss crstm. rose, Nlla stc
medallloFis and sllover designs
value UT.tO tn i
SI. 29 Damasks,
SO to .00
1 If. 8. Damask Tray Cloth-
Iattern t'loths all llnin-
jl.tsO snd up
Napkins to match above
"n a.ao u 4,oa
Asbestos Tsble Tads
for btrnly polished Tables
' 3.40 tt 0.OO
Tsbls Kelt-IJ to T: Inch -yd..
.30 to .TO
19 cL Msresrissd Tatia
at Inch full M.,r. .ru. .ill'
ohsck end othsr good paitsrna '
Uif MAIM ruxig
29 tt Linen Hark Towel. ft,
lHxS7 Inch spoke hemstitch
white dsmask borders wreath for
TUWELg- MAIN FLOOR.
II (I. Pur. Linen Tswellins 81,
17 Inch also glass cbck.
tiiT.l.l.lNiis llalX FLOom.
29 34 rt. Stamps Scsrsj A Cenlrs Pieces .27
iis. zrxn snd mjs-.ri. ... wilh ons
to three rows drswuwork -centre-
. Pieces ll.lVe ' i! I .Mllfc.
tTAMI'Eil lltMlllS- ltt.KUC.Vr.
'$1.99 Bad Ticks 149
For full soil Ihrtt aUOrtaf sir. beds
blue sn.l vhlte slrftea.
9'. rt. Lnblesrhed Muslins-3f inch
$1.49 Satin Ch
40 inch firm uunllty evening
shades, also navy, taupe S'i. brown.
SII.Kt MtN niou.
49 rt. Ssrr.es and Chet r.H 33
i .mil 41 l-i.-li a!! w ioi- brown
navy, gurnet, cardinal nn 1 black.
Lltfclit ililillH MAIN H111K
12 1 j et. Oulini H.nneU 91)
Yard wide -heavy nap clear stripes
'- for ivajamas, nlyhtdi esses and
chili' Hi, in-, r
W MI LHt.-s KAKItllVt II t O.MUNT
tel. Weratn'i linen Hsndssrchisfs ftsj
FA-lneh ham esceMent valus.
HAMiKriHl HIErN- UAIN i'LOOB.
Look for U Cleakal
T.OS-reg It (S
- O'jiir-f't. u. it
14.0ft reg. II ss