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THE MORNING EXAMINER: grand DIAMONDS.f n?e KING df Awociation. V r At,EXAN3cW GPANT. GHT NI jO TrVy asking CO. Ezra Kendall In the nU Fun Shown, Swell Elegant Jones ftlest --25c. Shi 1, 75c, cat Sale Saturday 10 a. m. 81-5- Every Saturday Matins Twn Performance EVENINGS 7:30 and SIS. MATINEE Dally, Except Sundey, Change at 1:30. .10c, 20c, 30c PRICES lee MATINEES . , . . . . 10c, SOe at THE programme . ILLUSTRATED BONG, In After Yea re When I am Old." Morins Picture. Anything to Oblige. BUndman'e Dog. At the DentiaL Programme change every other and children will find 4iy. the room cool and comfortable. Next tt tha TWENTY-FIFT- Will Read Hotel, STREET Open Saturday Evening. JULY 13, '1307. Latest Moving Scenes ' . 4 . Any Seat 5o Ticket Jl,. BIG SALE " V..- --ON and Glassware China CMMENCE8:Tnig ) MORNING. mast reduce our stock to make room for another sM nieut that will arrive in a few . days. OLSEN I A.Grocer Domoto & Co. 155 TWENTY-FIFT- H ST. Men's Furnishing Goods nd Noiions of all Irfyidi Fancy Cash Groceries Wines and liquors v N delay directory ITAgilJ. kinds end SAN-- L Bmedlng, 420 34th Ind. 356-I- ; Bell 1491-J T. S7r S 0 Mews, n Chapter I At Johnson London. clum in Philip Anton, n well reared boy of about fifteen, loses hi mother, the only relative, ao far a he know, that he baa In the world. He find n package of letters, many of them from n Sir Philip Borland, refusing aid to Mrs. Anson. Mrs. Anson ws n Miss Morland wa thought by her relatives to have married beneath her station. i Tha curt lnctvUUy' of ths 'note brought an angry flush to the boys face. Who was Sir Philip Morland that he should date to offer thta Insult to a ladjf Evidently n relative, and one, for Morland waa his mothers name, and his own Christian name snggeeted a family connection. Yet she had never spoken of any, such person. Three other letters of precwllug dates showed that -- Louisa Morland" kept accurate reckoning. There were half n dbaan morn, from n firm of solicitor Bom , , 1 your CHAPTER II. Friday evening, March 19, a thunderstorm of unusual violence broke over Loudon. It wee notably peculiar In certain of Its esperte. The weather was cold and showery, a typical day of the March equinox. Under such conditions barometric pressure remains fixed rather than variable, yet many wboaa business or hobby It Is 'to record such facta observed a rapid shrinkage of the mercury column between the hours of fi and 7. A deluge of rain foil for many minute and was' followed about 730 p. m. by a mad turmoil of thunder and an astounding electrical display not often witnessed beyond the confines of the giant mount I a range of the world. Mo violent and unnerving waa the ontburst thnt the aortal. Ufa of London was paralysed for. the hour. The. ater parties, diners lu the fashionable restaurants, the greater millions anxious to get away from otficca and shops, those eager alike to enter and leave tha charmed circle of the four mile ra-- 1 dlus, were ruthlessly bidden te wait while the awesome force iff nature made mad racket In the street. All horseflesh wee afraid. The drivers of mbs end omnibuses were unable to make progress. They had sufficient e do to restrain their maddened from adding the havoc of blind chargee through the streets to the general confusion caused by the warring elements. Telegraph and telephone W'lree became not only useless, hot dangerous, and the suburban train service was consequently plunged Into tangle from which it waa not extri- . rated until midnight Bo general waa the confusion, ao widespread the public alarm, that the udden cessation of the uproar at 8 o'clock caused more prayer of thankfulness to be uttered In the metropolis at 1 -- tLesfereotjped mold of the early Victorian period. The horse, overfed and underworked, bud been rendered frantic by the drive through the park from the farther weak Fortunately, they knew this halting place, or the coachman would never have succeeded In stopping them. As It wee, they sweated white with fear, and the footman, shouting to the occupants of the carriage that he could not attend tu the door, ran to their heads after giving a vigorous tug at the house bell. A boy, tall and thin, end scantily attired for such weather, who had taken shelter lu the dark portico of the mansion, ran forward to offer his aenrlcea at tha carriage door. A bundle of evening paper covered with a piece of sacking, somewhat Impeded the use of hie left hand, and. as It happened. In his right te held a large bun on which he had Just commenced to dine. Before be could turn the handle the carriage door opened from the insld A man ejtrapg out -Get out of the way, ha said Im- I of thee were merely formal of letters received and forwarded, but one etated that they were Instructed by Lady Morland to Inform Mm Anson that Sir Philip Moris nd declined either to tee or, bear from her." That waa alL ruillp sprang up with face aflame He was alone la the house now, alone with hie deed mother. He went uiwtnlrs, .with the letters crushed In his right hand as though he would choke a reptile which had stung the only being he loved. He bent over the shrunken form, so placid, eo resigned, ao angelic In the pence of death, his hot tears fell unchecked. and -You poor darling! he murmured. believe you humbled yourself even to beg from these people for my sake. What can 1 do to ebow my love for t--a a. close. ; . at boy turned ra hit hM. The police man looked after him. There a queer kid," be thought. Talked lke a regular young geut. I wonder why he h selling peper Poor lad! He lost a bobs worth at least nd emeu thanki he gut for It Passing out of the square by the first eastward street, itlltp Anson, with bis bead erect and hands clinched In his pocket strode onward at a rapid pace. ,The lightning was leas trequent non-- and the thunder waa He dying away In sullen rumbling wee wet end hungry, yet, although te had three halfiirac the remaining balance of the only sales effected that evening, he passed many shops where be could have bought food. In Fkvadilly, where the cessation of foe storm created a rush of traffic, te was nearly run over by reason of hla own carelessness and received a slash from n whin accompanied by a loud oath from an angiy cabman. He nhlv-erebut never even looked around. Crossing Trafalgar square, he plunged through the vortex of vehicles without troubling to avoid them in the slightest degree. Once the hot breath of pair of van horses touched hla cheek while a speechless driver pulled them back onto their hauncha Again, the off wheel of aa omnibus actually grexed hla heel aa be aped behind the statue of Charles I. At last ha reached foe comparative seclusion of tog Embankmeut and atood for a moment to gain fixedly at tho swirling, glinting river. Not here, te muttered aloud, old must be nearer to mother-de- ar mother! 8he is there waiting for me.1 He trudged steadily away through Queen Victoria street, Coruhlll, I cades hall stree and so on to Johnson's Maw in ths Mils End road. Pausing at n marine store dealers shop kept by an army pees loner, an Irishman, with whom ha had a alight acquaintance, te entered. An elderly man waa laboriously reading a paper of the preceding day's date, -te Good evening, Mr. O'Brien, raid. .' -- Can you oblige mo with a piece of rope? I want a strong plera r about three yards In length. I ran only qisre three halfpence. Falx, I dunno. They use nails on the crate mostly nowaday If I have a bit If a at yer service. I wouldn't b aftter chargin tho likes o' you. Philip's story waa known In that bumble 'locality,' and tha old-- soldier sympathised with the boy. Ha has waa hla rala spunk an no mistak verdict when others said Philip wai proud and overbearing. O'Brien moved rbeumatlcally about tho squalid shop. At last ho found some portion of a clothesline. , , Will that dor te Inquired, rhlllp tested it with vigorous pulling agalnat bis knew, --Excellently, he said. Let me pay for It" you -Amh, go away wld ye! And, bo foe power Isnt the poor tad cowld an famished? Luka here, now. In five minutes Tm go! a' to have a rap patiently, and the newsboy obeyed, glad that te had nut followed his first Impulse and flung away the bun. A vivid flash of lightning made the horeee rear and plunge. -Look sharp, Elf! cried the stranger Gather your In no more cordial tone. wraps and Jump out On a night like this these nervous brutes" A peal of thunder that rattled the window Interrupted him. The two animals reared and backed with one accord. The plucky footman, hanging mi to the crossbar of the bit was lifted off Lie feet and banged violently against the pole. He waa forced to let go and foil, staggering backward same yards before h dropped. There wu a smash of Iron and wood, and tha near hind wheel of the carriage Jammed against the curb. A alight scream came from the interior. Certain that the vehicle would turn over Instantly, the men who bed alighted slammed the door and sprang clear. In doing ao he tripped over the newsboy and fell heavily on the pavement. The boy, quicker to note that the breaking of the pole bad given a momentary respite, rushed Into1 the roadway, throwing away bpth prertnue boa and still more precious stock of unsold paper He wrenched the ether door open and shouted: "This way, madam. Quirk!" -Madam" was quick. She oprang right Into hla arms and proved to be a girl ot twelve or thereabout, dressed all la white and wrapped la aa ermine d, cloak. j Over went foe carriage with a fearful crash. The coachman mnnnged to Jump from the box Into the roadway. He retained foe relne and whip In Me grasp end now, losing hla temper, lashed foe struggling hones savagely. This cowed form, and they ceased their an- or-fou- tic The boy and foe girl found themselves standing on the sidewalk does ant-mal- . to the ruined vehicle. -Yon have saved my life! said foe girt sweetly and without any trace of the nervousness which might naturally be expected after each a narrow escape from a serious accident The boy noted that her eyre were large and tie, that ate wore a great shining ornament In her hair and that she appeared to he dressed In eou whet fanciful manner, though foe big cloak she wore concealed foe detail The door of foe mansion opened, end servants came running out Suddenly the boy received a violent blow on the elde of the heed. -Confound you! shouted foe man who had fallen on the pavement, --why - didnt you get out of the way when I told your ; The boy, astounded by such o toy," I am awfully obliged to you, but I could not touch a morsel. I am la u hurry. -Are ye goto a Journey? Have ye got-- a Jobr I think sol It looks like a perm -- recog- nition of hie timely help, made no reply, but the girl protested vehemently. -Oh, unde,- - she cried, why did you trike him? He gd me out of foe carriage Just before It turned over, ne did. Indeed! . Another vivid flash of lightning the scene. It lit up the group with startling brilliancy. The boy, till somewhat shaken by the vicious blow, wee nevertheless able to i clearly the pel handsome, but dissipated feature of hie enraged assonant, whose evening dress end Irnmacu- late linen were rolled by the black mud of the pavement The girt, dainty and fairy like, a little maid of aristocratic typo, and of a beauty that promised much In later year waa distressed now and almost tearful. Through the crowd of frightened errant augmented by a few daring a burly policeman, gipedestrian gantic In waterproof overall waa adwith official Muster. vancing -What has happened T he demanded. -- Is anybody hnrtl The men answered: -My horace were startled by foe storm. I Jumped out and waa to extricate my niece when wretched boy got In foe way. A hoy ms forward to ofor Ms ocrvicoo foie -Unci a, at the carriage door. protested the girl, you dosed the door on me, and the boy than had been beard for many a day. -Shut up! be growled curtly. --Go But wore remained. Thus tor ths Inside the house!" had been lightning appalling, brilliant But his niece shared with him at ly lurid, but harmless. At 10 oclock least one characteristic Rbe possessed the storm raged again, this time without the preliminary downfall of rain, foe family, temper. and the lightning, though less sen1 will not go away and let you say sational la appearance, waa demoniac things which are not true. Listen to me, Mr. Policeman. Lord Vs ns tone la effect, levying a toll on human live did close the door because he thought Area and to Musing general damage the carriage would turn over on top of property, accounts of which filled many columns of the newspapers next him. For some reason the accident morning. This second outburst wee did not happen Immediately, and tbs succeeded by heavy and continuous boy ran round to the other aid and me out just In time.' rain. At the hour when the theaters helped -Confound the brat! I think be waa emptied their diminishing audiences foe real ranee of the whole iffilt. Into the streets London wore Its normal rain sodden aspect It wee not Why wee te hiding la my doorway Lord Yanetone was more enraged until the following day that people defully understood the magnitude and than ever by foe g!ria obstinate fense of her rescuer end her Insistence terrifying results of the later display. About a quartet to a while the first J an Me own seeming cowardice. torn wee at Ito height a carriage and j --I waa net hiding. I only took shelpair dashed Into a fashionable Weed j ter from foe storm. I tried to help yon Eu'LBP.tiare. end ?u!!e- - ny .outside a D. C.J i UTAH, .MONDAY, with tfie uores. r do nof 1mIiu any credit for simply opening a,And helping the young ld- - to H light but I lo t both my dinner and uiy paper hi doing ea" Every one experienced shock of nrpriao at hearing the boy's elegant diction. The policeman was pusiled. lie instantly understood the fact hut dared not brow lie i B Mr You do not bring any charge against Mm. my lord?" be said But hie lordship deigned no reply. FI told tho cos hmsn to arrange for the removal of the earring, grasped hla niece by foe sin and led her, still protesting, into the liuuse. The policeman the bundle of pepers scattered over the roadway and Bear them foe partly euten bun. After wrench at his garments lie produced I penny. -Herebe said to the boy. Buy toother bun and he off. ire a good ob fur you the young lady spoke up Hie way she did.-- 8h merely told the truth. That nan wee a Her Refusing foe proffered penny, foe nency. Goodby." Coodby, aa good luck to ye. Sura foe boy looks mighty qua re. Tls grief for hla mother baa turned hla head en- tirely." No words could more clearly express condition than this friendly summing up. Since bis mothers buriul ha had been half demented. HU curt, disconnected answers bad lost him two places as an errand boy, which fas could easily have secured. His small stock of money, ridiculously depleted by the generosity with which he met foe open hints of the undertaker's assistant barely sufficed to keep him in food for n week. Then ha sought em ployment, but with such stiff upper Up and haughty Indifference to aaccess that te unknowingly turned those against him who would have assisted him. For two days he was chosen to set van boy for a parcel delivery firm. He earned a few meals, but In a fit of aberration Induced by foe sight of lady who was dressed in a (Datum similar to one be remembered bU mother wearing at Dieppe, he allowed a ham to be stolen from Die rear of the van. This procured his Instant dismissal, with threat- - Then be sold newspaper wly to find that every good sits was Jealously guarded by a gang of roughs who mercltassly bullied any newcomer. Personal strength and courage were unavailing against sheer number Qis face was still swollen and hla riba sore as foe result of being knocked down and kicked at Ludgata Clreu At Charing Croaa next day be was hustled under foe wheels of aa omnibus and narrowly escaped death. Bo he was driven Into foe side street and the quiet square In which, during three or fonr day he managed to earn an 'average of elghtpence dally, which he spent on food. Each night lie crept beck to the poor tenement in Johnson's Mew his tiles k home smld the solitude of empty tables and warehouse The keeper of a coffee stall, toot hed one night by Us woebegone appearance, gave him some half dried coffee grounds lu paper, with a handful of emit tigHtter -Put arf that in a plat of water, ha aaH. tosUzs CcnlV cl Philips , r haw on Watklwtee. inansCw SYNOPSIS. ON Theatre 0 r ebwamb copymicht. isos. . . Nickelodeon Electric Etc. Light, . UTAHNA THEATER SHI A eoo $ ee PlMtllt jumwonn V By Louis Tracy, Thc Pillar of Author of Wings of tha Morning, OGDEN, - fot-asd- JULY 15, 1907. Jciictf iuils VT coffe"-au- ' fitesTT: cornea to a bile Id It settle. It'll surprise you to find 'ow grateful au comfortin' It tastes on culJ night. A for the crusts, if you hake 'em over the fire, they're just a good as the rucks you buy lu tin." Thls good Ramaritau bad repeated his gift on two occasion and Philip had a fairly targe supply of small coal, aent to bis mother ly the colliery company. ao hla position. deNraie enough, was yet bearable had he but sought to accustom himself to the new conditions of life. There waa a rhauce that hla wild brooding would have yielded to the nccesciiy to earn a living, and that when next situation was offered to blrn te would keep it. but tbs occurrences of this stormy night lisd utterly shaken him for the hour. He waa on the verge of lunacy. As he passed through the dark archway leading to hla alsHle, the desolate stable yanl wa fitfully lit by lightning and lu the distance he beard the faint ramble of thunder. The elemental Strife waa begiuuing again. Thta was ths second and more disastrous outbreak of the eveulug of March 10, Although wet to the skin, he was warm now on account of hla tong and rapid walk. When he unlocked the door another flash of llghtulug revealed the dismal Interior, lie closed and locked the dour behind bhu. On the mantelpiece were a farthing candle He groped for nd some match them and sous bad a light Uu other occasions his next task was to light a fire. By sheer force of habit be gathered together some sticks and bit of paper and arranged them la tha grata. But ths task was Irksome to him. It was absurd to seek any degree of comfort for the few minutes be had to live. Better end it at once. Moreover, the storm wu sweeping up over ths East Etui with such marvelous speed tliat tbs lightning now played through tbs tiny room with dsxxliug brilliancy, nd tbs wretched caudle burned with blue and ghostlike feebleness. Ths cold of the bouse, too, began to sinks r billy. 11 was so exhausted, front hunger that If be did not rat soon te would not have the strength left to carry out hla dread purpura. Ha sinng erect with a mocking lit tie laugh, picked up the caudle and tbs piece of rope and cllmlied tho slain. Ho paused Irresolutely at the top, but, yielding to overwhelming desire, went on end stood at the side of the bed on which bis mother had diod. 11 fin clod ha could see her lying titers still, with a smile ou her wans face and unspoken wards of welcome on her lip A flood of tears came and ho trembled violently, "I am coming to you, mother, ba You told ms to trust in murmured. God, but 1 think God has forgotten me, 1 don't want to live, I want to Join you, and then perhaps God will lememlirr me." lie stoojied and kissed tlie ' pillow, best ling hla faue agalusi It, as te was wront to fond Is ths dear fsi-- that rest Then ed there so many weary day be resolutely turned away, dcwended stairs and fonr steps of tlis taddcr-llk- e tied tbs clothesline firmly to u book which had been driven Into ths celling during tbs harness room period of tbs room beneath. With equal deliberation te knotted the other end of tbfc ord round his nock, and ho calculated tlist by springing from tbs stairs te would receive sufficient shock to become Insensible very quickly, white bis foot would dangle several Indies above Ogden Business Directory House Furnishings Architects The HOUSEHOLD Pu: rilSHINQ to 2303 Wash. Av, ascend hang goods bought and sold. Both O. A. GRAVES, ArchitocL 25 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ball Phone 985 K. Architect CO,, 2300 phones Leading Dentists F. C. WOODS A CO. 5 A 57 First Nat'l. Bonk Bldg. Both Phone DR. P. A. COOK, Dentist. Office, Attorneys . CELESTE CONROY. Godswsky, Barli Instructor of music. Studio 300 25UI SL Phona Ind. 400; Bell ISO. . VOLNEY C. GUNNELL, Office 2374 WashingAttornayat-Law- . ton Ava. Both Phones 771. of Leopold Pupil S. F. Whitaker, Tsachsr of Plans. Tabsrnsete Organ, is Studio S74 23rd SL Bell Phong HORN, Attorn Over Badcon Drug Store, Wash. Bldg. Ind. 750. Bell 1134. 314 and 115 Ecclsa Bldg. GL Bldg., Ogdon, DENT MOWERY. Plans and Calls. Wedall-Kia- R. B. FARNSWORTH A. Ecrts Music and Instructors JOSEPH CHEZ, Counselor at Law, 40 and Attorney and 41 First National Bank Bldg Ogden, Utah. Both Phone Notary. Attsrnsy-at-Law- 1144. Art 414Y. Gty Florists DELLA LUND Studio Tsachsr of plan North Washington. OGDEN FLORAL CO. Flsrsl Artist 413 24th SL Greenhouse opposite Glsnwssd park. Phone Ball 536 X, In 133. Painter and N ML BsIL 166-- Paper-hanger- s9 Directory VARNEY FLORAL CO. All Kinds ot Cut Flower Our prices lowest. Bell phone S13K. Give us John N. Ford and Bon Pspsrhongsr Decorators and Designer Ball Phona 243 X. Leave order at Boyte Furniture Co. Established IBS call. B. VAN DER SC HU IT. Funeral designs; cut flowers and potted plant All order promptly filled. Phone 960Z. 740 23th SL Pianos STILLWELL A NEWMAN, Florist Choice Cut Flowers and Bedding Plant. Store 2571 Wash, Av THOMAB-HORN- MUSIC CO. E Ths House of Quality. Everything known In music. 314 25th. Contractors and M. G. BARNES, Builders Musis Dealer. Ths OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. FRED HOWARD, Contractor and Builder. Printers ts P. O. Bax ISA Phono 517Z. A. L. BCOVILLE, Opposite Posts fries. GEO. OLMSTCAD. . Contractor and Builder. Office and shop at residence, 500 24th St, West Ogden. Ball Phena 411 X. PRINTER. Both Phans Photographers a ths floor. There was a terrible coolness, a settled fixity of purpose far beyond his year In the manner of thews final At last they were compreiw ratios pleted. He Mew out .tha candle ami Stood erect. At that Instant tbs room became absolutely flooded with lightning, not In single vivid flash, but In a trembling, continuous glare that suggested ths effect of some luminous ronsteltetkra fierce with electric energy. Before his startling panoeyes was exhIMted rama of tha familiar objects of his lonely abode. The brightness, ao susstartled him tained and tremulou back from tha very brink of death. --When the 1 will watt, he raid. founder couie then 1 will Jump. Even aa the thought formed to bl ball of fire1 so glowing, ao mind iridescent, to lta flaming beat that it dominated the electric waves fluttering to the overburdened air darted past the little window that looked out over foe tiny yard to the rear of foe house and crashed through the flagstone with foe din of a ten inch shell. rhlllp, elevated ra the stairway, distinctly saw the molten spin ah which accompanied Its Impact He saw the heavy stones riven asunder aa if they were tissue palter, and from tha bote mused h7 the thunderbolt or meteor came a radiance that sent a spreading shaft ot light upward Ilka tha beam of imarchllghL The warmth, too, of tha object waa almost overpowering. Were not the surrounding walls constructed of stone and brick there must have been au Immediate outbreak of fire. As it was, tbs glare la tbs windows cracked and the woodwork began to ucorrb. In the asms Instant a dreadful roll of thunder swept over the locality, nd a deluge of rain, without any further warning, descended. All this seemed to foe wondering boy to be a very long time to passing. In reality It occupied but a very few second renple to ths distant street could not distinguish the crash of ths fallen meteor, from foe accompanying 'bunder, and Die downpour of rain came lu foe very nick of time to prevent the wood In foe house and foe neighboring factorise from Maxing forth Into disastrous fire. Tbs tdrrent of water caused a dens volume of steam to generate to foe back yard, and thta helped to minimise the strange light shooting up from the rarity. There was a mad hissing and crackling as the rain poured over foe meteor and gradually dulled lta brightness. Pandemonium raged to that curiously secluded nook. Amsaed and rowed, not by foe natural phenomenon he had witnessed, but by tbs Interpretation be placed oa It the boy unfastened foe rope from , his neck. -Very-- well, mother, he whispered aloud. If It is yenr wish, I will live. I suppose that God speaks la this way. (To te Continued.! WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS. WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS. WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS. PETER LINANDER, Contractor and Builder. 353 Ninth Bt Phono, Ball 575Z. Work dons by day or contract. . , Cleaning and Dyeing ELITE CLEANING CO, Cleaners and Oyer Taylor A Wilson, Pocatello Both Phans Proprietor , nd Ogden, LUKE CRAW3HAW, Stadia Artistic. 2449 Photogrshsr. Wash. Ava, Ogden, Utah. A picture that looks Ilk you. THE THOMAS BTUOIO. In Pasts I, High Grads Pgrtraltur Crayon and India Ink. 2457 Wash, Av Both Phans Real Estate Agents A. A. WENGER. Estate, Lana and luaurane Notary Public. Removed to room 41S, Eccles building. 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