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COMRADES OF PERIL RANDALL PARRISH (Copyright, A. C. DbChnt & (a, 1919) (Continued Fmm YwW»ni.iyl (the was leaning againat the table, atari nc at him. her face seemed tu go whit#, and her hands toyed ner vously with a knife ahe had picked tip "Toil —you had trouble with two men. oeer ma?** phe asked. her eoice irrmMmu pllghtly "What m#nr " 'Red' Kelly. and a gasnho named Cowan. they waa both here." •'Oh. they were angry at you for thatr "Sure; not because yon didn't tak» no notice of them: then |rot <lrutail, an' undertook to' rtde n»e. said it was a rut up Job between ua tor get away with that money." "What money?" The twenty flv* hundred yon we* goln* to get The preacher told you about that, dldnt ha?" Bhe shook ber head, evidently be- Wiidared. "Where waa I going to ret all that money * m "Why. McCarthy waa ruttln* *t up. and he and eoma other buck*, •o a« to viva you a start after you TENT COLONIES TO FIGHT H.C.L. Thousands Will Camp Out During the Summer CHICAfJO, May 1. Tenimakera were dot ng a landofflce bualne*» here today aa thousands of Amer ica's million* of homeless families pi spared to camp out thta summer Short a million homoa thraout the country because of lark of trans portation and of sufficient building materials. builders architect* and government and rlty offlrlala agreed today that some'drastlc atap to rem edy Iha altuatlon la necessary If a chilly axlatanca la to be avoided by tba country n»*t wlntar. A rapatltlon of tha housing abort a«* In tha freezing months i>f naxt winter will DMA unrest and par hapa riots in ettics whara iha situ* ttos becomes axtramaly serious. It is faarad. In tba interim bomaleaa families bar* ara Maturing to camp out in vacant lots on tha city's >ut*kirts or at nearby shady watering place* Teotmakera say they are brine ha sieged for canvas tents by farnliis* who my they haven't a house am! inland Is Uva out this summer. HERE NOW FOR THE WEEK Matinee Today Sunday m I % fM LEVY'S / ML DRAMATIC / STOCK COMPANY /o y PRESENTS SHERLOCK HOLMES ADAPTED PROM THE BOOK IIT SIR A. CONAN DOYLE •THE SIGN OF THE FOUR" The greatest thrilling, mystifying and hair-raising melodrama ever presented on the American stage. 0 SPECIAL -PINK TEA" MATINEE THURSDAY Nights and Mat. Sun.: Me to SOc—Mat. Today and ThursJ 18c-Z7c (Copyrighted in lireat lUltain) wa* married It was the preacher'* Idea, an' that wa* what caught the U>y« mostly. 1 reckon nice* tidy tittle wind fall to atart houeekeepln* on " She drew a deep breath, looking straight into hi* eye*. "You mean Uioae men erf me here for thatr* indignantly. "They were willing to marry me so as to gel that motley? Oood Ood! ! waa to he eoldl la that actually true? No body ever hinted such a ehaineleas thing to me." "Well. 1 reckon they didn't mean no harm by that." he tried to eg plain. "Tou don't )u«C pee It right They figured that Did Calkins hud died, an' left you without a eent porter helpless out here, an' that the town owed you a decent change fer git married. an* pettle down. That's what the money wa* give for iiut I've come here to marry you." "Ttw» 1 actually want ma to marry you*"* "Hure; that's what I come back for." Her eyes fell their long 1 ashes hiding their depths from hi# eight "Hut you don't know anything about aMf Ho grinned good humoredly. "I reckod there may be wi* thing* discover about me fer the matter o' thai Maybe It'a "bout as fair one war >• another " "Yea. 1 suppoee It la. Yon really mmn what you have saldT" "I sure do " "When? How «non"" "Tomorrow morning I aim to get out o" here Ju»t aa HMD aa I ran How la It will you bike a chance?" Hla voice wm strangely earnest, and hla eyee. aa aha ventus»>d to |tnn<v up, wprf honest and kindly. "Yes.- she aald aluaty. "1 will. Tom Shelby." CH APTKft VTTT. Tha Wedding Mnmlm It Wui an eiceedlngiy busy for* noon, ao filled with detaila of prep arntion as to Iwva Shelby slight op portunity for reflection. Ha expert enced no regret regarding hla rather hasty action of tha night before. but was nevertheless vaguely doubtful as to tha future. Ha saw McCarthy, and tha praarh ar from Buffalo Gap. first, telling them frankly tha whole atory. an! gravely pledging both to secrecy Tha solemn injunction to secrecy prevented Prmc* from making this occasion one of special celebration, but. navertlialeaa. rumor had been auffk-lently busy ao as to pravant any strictly private ceremony Shelby suspected the preacher of not tteltif dealroua of letting hta light p main concealed, he wanfed an audi ence, and to that end had leaked In formation, lie that aa it may, the lor of tha hotel wn* already > rowded with uninvited gueat* when he finally arrived, and there wap al*o I quite en overflow meeting In the ad joining dining-room Hhelby aw ore under hip breath, hut wit* too latt to protept outwardly, es the bride to he wiip already waiting hi* arrival at the foot of the ptalre. What occurred during tha neit frw momenta waa never wholly clear In Hhelby'e mind. Hi did mechanic ally whatever he waa told, hut with , out comprehension He remembered a queptlon w»t* aeked him. and ha tnaweretl "yew" and then he seemed to hear her whlpper a aimilar reeponpe The preacher amid aomethlng. tsalng aom« ptrange words and turning onee to fare the silent crowd pressing cloae In upon them; then he lifted hla handa solemnly, and flhelby caught the sentence, "I pronounce you hup band and wife, and whom Ood hath joined together, let no man put asunder." Thvre waa an esploeion of breath, a faint clapping of hands. an instant htnea of tonguee. He felt that he mu-t have shaken handa with a thouaand people, waa pushed here and there by the efforte made to reach him. and finally, bewildered his mind In a whirl, found hlmeelf one® more out In the hall, obeeaard with a dr ire to escape. He pop pepped no idea aa to what had be come of the girl; no doubt Phe waa somewhere back there in the crush, but he, at least, waa free, and would waJt for her to join him outalde. Honteone thrust his hat Into hla hand, and so he passed thru the door onto the wide atoop without. He stood there alone, a taring down at tha team of bronroa and tha heavily laden buckboard m<ompr» h.-ndlngly, His attention waa attracted by the approach of a horseman trotting steadily up tha deserted afreet |u ward tha hotel. Tha rider was a «av airy soldier In uniform, powdared wtth dust, hla horse showing avl dencas of hard travel. Hhelbr watched hla coming enrioua ly, hla memory atlll lingering upon tha a>-ena within Tha man drew up at tha hotel, dropped hla rain over the bora* a head, swung stiffly to the ground, and advanced up tha steps Ha glanced aside at Shelby's motion leas figure, took a step toward the door, and than wheeled suddenly. "Hay. ain't your name Hheiby? The dasod bridegroom turned and looked into tha face confronting him. hla mind a napping bark Into qukk recognition. "Snra. Well. ©itmrtar. yooVe ."tha uneasy, of tha SUUk What "re you doing HaraT" Tha two elapsed banda firmly. "Thought I knew you. Tom. when I first came op tha step* but waan't unite aura till I got a aids near Must be six yaara since you left as ain't it? What am I doing? Oh. they've shovad us up hare from Ar! •ona. and I've been up at tba Raaer vation watch In' 'am ghoat dance, an' am haadin' now for Co Ulna to tall tha old man tha mwi, Roma fun goin' to be pulled off pre wently, may be up on tha Cottonwood." ""Iwd you aver know a sergeant named Calkins, pete?" "Jeff Calkina; ha waa first after I Joined, he left tha aerrice "bout tan years ago There waa a shootln' arrape. or somethin' down at Harker Sorter ugly story, tho l*»a forgotten Just what It waa all about now. Calkins got out o' thai all right, but when his enlistment waa up. ha quit; ha didn't get on good with tha men. Do you know whatever been me of tha of duffer?" "Ha was buried here yesterday— killed himself, Mt a daughter *bout nineteen—" "The hen he did! Jaff Catkins never waa married, not before ha left tha army anyhow I know, because I bunked with blm nearly two years, an' ba told me a lot about himself Ha wasn't no lady's man at alL* (Com United Tomorrow) Furth Estate It on Market Now At promised ba/galn prices, tha old Furth asftate is to ba placed on tha market. Carter. Mac.Donald A Millar, realty dealers, announced today. Tba estate includea >OO lota. The location* swing from Furth addition, in tha North It roadway district, southeast of Volunteer park, to the Gamma Poncin addlUon. In tha lavel are* bounded by Marlon at. and Tea l»r way, and 24th and JOth avtw, to Yesler-s Third addlUon. lytng north of I/eschl park, overlooking Wash Ington, and to McNaught's Central Seattle addition, comprising large Karden tracta on Rainier ava. Just easf of Mount Hakcr park. Does His Talking With Six-Shooter KFn,r/)flO, Ida_ May I.—l have something to nay to you," Richard Vines told Eugene Mtilknhey, aa he walked Into a pool room here yaster 'lay. He did his talking with a alx shooter, three of five shots fired taking effect. MuUtahey la In tbe hospital, where two of the bullets were removed, and Vlnen Is In Jail. It Is not known what was responsible for the shoot ing. Uncle Sam Call* for More Typists w m Uncle Hum n>Mn thousand* of typlsu and stenographers at Wash Ington, D. C, according to a tele gram sent to civil service rep resentatives. Examinations are held here. Particulars may be obtained at room 803, postofflce building. "Probably Fair" Official Guess "Probably fair"—that's the official prediction of O. H Weather Observer Salisbury for Sunday. There wIU be moderate westerly winds. NKW YOllK.—Harry Ilncorn mak* one nt»|i flight from Miami, Florida, to Nrw York In 16 hours 30 mlOUtcs atr IUOA. The Seattle Star - Saturday MAY 1. 1920. For the people of Seattle this advertisement holds a message of vital importance—a story of sales planned in a big way—of thrift events in which profits are eliminated and savings to you are alone considered. 4 These Sales Have Been Deliberately Planned to Give You a Chance to Secure Needed Supplies at Much Less Than Current Prices # For thirty years we of the Bon Marche have been striving each day to keep a better store than we did the day before. We have learned the markets, learned your needs—and today all .of that experience is crystallized in the splendid economies which our Thirtieth Anniversary Sales bring. y » Here Are Listed a Few of the Many Real Savings— 438 PAIRS OF Boots, Pumps and Oxfords REDUCED TO $7-85 t|r • A PAIR Some of those arc slightly imperfect, so the manufactur er made a concession on the entire lot. —BO pairs of Women's Heaver Buck rumps with hand-turned Holes, Ixiuis heels and blender vamps. —6O pairs In Gray Buck—!><t pairs in Itiack Huck. —l6O pairs of One-Eyelet Ties, the season's newest patent leather vamp and black buck quarters— dull kid vamps with black buck quarters, and hand-turned soles and Louis heebt. —B4 pairs of Women's Walking Oxfords in tan calf with low heels. Sizes complete in all styles. Widths AAA to D. SHOE SHOP -tTPPER MAIN KUX>R. Lovely Evening Gowns Half Price Short Length Utility Coats Reduced to $26.50 Attractive Street Suits Reduced to $26.50 * • Charming Satin and Taffeta Frocks at $26.50 Women's Windsor Crepe Night Gowns at $1.65 200 Girls' Gingham Dresses Reduced to $1.77 Nine 9x12 Axminster Rugs Reduced to $43.85 18 Seamless Velvet Rugs, 9x12, Reduced to $43.85 Cotton Mattresses, Special at $10.75 Lace Trimmed Scrim Curtains at $1.59 a Pair Women's Silk and Fiber Stockings Reduced to $l.lO a Pair 9 Women's Outsize White Hose Reduced to 25c a Pair 56-Inch Navy Men's-Wear Serge, $4.95 a Yard Black Dress Satins, Very Special at $1.95 a Yard 56-Inch All-Wool Jersey, Special at $2.75 a Yard 36-Inch Imperial Satin at $3.50 a Yard Pure Wool Ripple Sweaters Specially Priced at $5.75 Stamped Night Gowns to Be Embroidered, Reduced to $1.25 TRe Bon. Marcke'