The Somaliland diamond was stolen from the home of wealthy old gem collector James E. Lee. The insurance company put Richard Rogue on the case and he went out to Lee’s secluded country mansion but Lee wouldn’t talk to him about the robbery. Rogue left picked up a few more clues and returned but was knocked unconscious on the lawn
Irma's fur coat. Easy come, easy go! Oh dear Irma is one of the unsuspecting citizens who has bought something from a fake seller on Second Avenue that the police have now begun to clamp down on. To the despair of her friend and roommate Jane Stacy, Irma has bought a fur coat for $80 that the seller has told her was worth $5000!
A young woman visiting Paris is kidnapped by a man claiming that her father owes him $150,000. Her adventures in the sewers of Paris include a madman who makes jewelry from the bones of the dead bodies floating past.
Richard Rogue solves an attempted double murder, tire tracks in the rain supplying the clue. Richard Rogue had accepted a case from Mrs. Harvey Burgess of the Burgess’ millions. She was a suspicious wife who suspected her husband of having a rendezvous with Helen Stark his secretary at the home of Clarence Roma his best friend. When Rogue gets there he discovered Mrs. Burgess and her husband who was dead.
Both Jane and Irma lose their jobs at the same time. Al backs a friend in a poker game to ante up some cash for the girls. This is the show from which "Here's To Veterans" was taken. + The loveable but dumb Irma is fired by her boss for her inefficiency but she isn’t worried about losing her job because she has a roommate Jane who will take care of her because she has a steady job and works for her boyfriend so she can never get fired. Meanwhile, Jane Stacy has resigned from her job because she has come to the conclusion that it is better to be the boss’s wife and worry about the secretary than be the secretary and worry about being the boss’s wife. Jane isn’t worried because she believes that Irma has a steady job and will take care of her!
Several bomb explosions are caused by a man who hates crowds. The police are unable to make any progress and the town becomes more scared. When Margot Lane claims that The Shadow can catch the criminal, Commissioner Weston scoffs at the idea and challenges The Shadow to try and uncover new evidence that the police may have overlooked.
When Linda arrives home with her friends making a rabble of a noise an argument ensues with her husband accusing her and her friends of behaving like a pack of yowling, screaming ally cats and he announces he's through with her. Then she cruelly informs him that she only married him for his money. He accuses her of being a cat a big white heartless cat, with unexpected consequences.
Joe Layton came to see Richard Rogue to see if he had received half a map showing where Duke Dickeson had hid some money. Joe Layton had one half of the map and he and Rogue were to go and uncover the money together and it was worth $1100 to him. Trouble was Rogue hadn’t received his half of the map and then Layton turns up dead.
Irma gives Al the girls' rent money to bet on a seedy prize fighter he's managing. Friendship is a thing that’s been around all through the ages, like measles but measles you can get rid of but not Janes friend Irma. However, Jane wouldn’t want to get rid of Irma because she sincerely loves her so she’s going to continue to live with her through thick and thin although at times Jane finds it trying living with her lovable friend Irma like when she was trying to fix up a budget for her.
The Shadow meets an exotic woman from his past. He soon discovers that she has been trained in the remote and mysterious area of India, the same place where he learned his power to control minds and make himself invisible.