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9 THE MOKXISQ 1 THE LION AND THE MOUSE. Bv CHARLES KLEIN nances Live Neve Itaed Prom tha Play by ARTHUR HORNBLOW COPYRIGHT, 1305, RY G. W. DILLINGHAM COMPANY. SYNOPSIS. Southern Chapters I and It-T-ba and Transcontinental Railroad comla pany has a masting of La director Turk office to discuss the efit, Kew fect ef a deaUioa rendered by Judga Roe, mure of tho United States am proem court auaUlaiag an Injunction dada-ta- n granted against the railroad. The toad. la of vital importance to the John Burkett Ryder, the colossus of flnance, tba richest mam la the world, preside over tba masting, and every aemwatts hla op lab as to the heat plan fur "clipping tbs wings of the laoamiptlU Judge Ruesmoru. Ryder's greataat Maud la Catted 8tata Senator Roberta, a man at little more Ryder am principle then Ryder. aouncea that Jndga Roe more' conduct ia connection with a case dedd- - jact at an investigation : ! ? v . i by congress, Of eouraa thU proapecUva tavaatlga-tlua ban boon ao gin sored by Ryder, i Judga reality, Rydar had.. Induced aa InRoaaaioiw tong bnfuca to uaka veetsaat la tbSatoek of Vha I whs practically control congress. aad no raply from Rydar. On tba foonh rams a polite but frigid ante 1 from Mr. Ryder's privets aecretary. Mr. Ryder bad received Judge, Roam more's letter aad la reply beggd to state that be bad a: vague eeosJIaatton of team convematloa with tba Judge but he did I" la -' ePdr iVSTiSlt Jl aited laTChMI thin be W uW rad baj advaadlhe puRlua that WM i 7 PartlcuUr yacal aecretary ongapmiag reply wWh to JtJdM.eet Inffiyil,'1 aanathiag ia Mar IlCda principle, suspecting mind teemed aallafactory. aTVB wttfc Wa moot Intimate frkdkta. daddon to favor of i B Whaa ha wd to bi held accountable ! in emm of luaa. etc. As to tba letter a 2Lrjr?hS U tad tovaMaduT'kato'amadUL la the evil tie fortune. Again Rydar geabi. and ha retains a eoapia of tore from Judge Roaamoro let-- tM-k,f- y having written to Mr. Ryder la regard to haring received more Mock than ha had bought, of that Mr. Ryder had no iwroHertlou whatever. Judga Iioaa-uovwaa probably mistaken as to the Identity of bis eorreapondeaL Be regretted he ooold not be of more arnrico to Jndga Roaemora aad remained hla my abadlaat aerraut " It waa vary evident that aa help waa to ha looked for to that Quarter. There was area decided hostility la Ryder's reply. Could It ha true that the financier waa really behind these attacks upon hla rhamrter 1 Waa Itpoaalblo that ana man. merely to make more money, would deliberately rula hla fellow maa whoee hand he bad grasped la friendship! Ue had been unwilling to believe It when hie friend ex Judge fitott had pointed to Ryder aa the author of all hie mlefortnaaa, but tbla uuay nape thetle letter, with Its falsehoods, Ua lies, plainly written all over It fare, waa proof enough. Too, then was now no doubt possible. John Burkett Ryder waa hl enemy, and what aa anemyl Many a man bad committed aulelda when ha had incurred the enmity at the CoIomus. Judga Hoeemort, romptataly discouraged, bowed hla head to the IneviUJile, but ho sent for Stott. hla old Mead They were HfOlnag friends, haring boeoaa aeqaatated nearly thirty yean ago at tho law school, at the time when both were young maa about to enter on a public career. Stott, who waa Roaeaiora'e Junior, had begun aa a lawyer to Jfew York and enoa acquired a rrputailoa to criminal practice. Ha afterward berime assistant dletriet attorney aad later, whoa a vacancy occurred la tho city magistrate re. he waa atrceeafal to aecu ting tbs appointment. On tba bench bo again met hla old friend Bona more, and tba twa am unco mote beranio closely Intimate. Tho regular court hours, however, noon palled oa a maa of Judge Stotts narv-eu- a temperament, and It waa not Ions beton ha retired to toko up once more hie criminal practice. Ho waa still a young mat, not yet fifty, and ton ef vigor and fight. Ho had a blunt manner, bat hla heart wao to the right place, and ha had a record aa clean aa hla rloee harem face. Ho waa a hard worker, a brilliant speaker and one of tho cleverest crow examiner at the bar. Tbla was the man to whom Judge Roaemora naturally turned for legal assistance. Stott wag out west when ha first heard of the proceedings gainst hla eld friend, and thia Indignity put upon the only really honest man to public life whom ha knew, ao Incensed, him that he wao already harrying back to hia aid when the summons reached f which w -- ea-Jad- .What ah tud te hie career! To have Struggled and achieved for belt a to have built up a reputation by year, as a maa bullda a house by brick, oaly to are the whole crumble te hie feet like dust! Te hare gained the respect of the country, to have rnado a anm aa tba moat of pablls aorvaata, aad bow to ho branded aa a common bribe taker. Can Id he be dreaming I It waa toe What would hla daagbtor ay-- hia ffhtrteyt Ah, the theeght of the expreeaton ef tarred ul tty aad wonder ea her face whea aba heard the news rut him to the heart Ilka a knife threat let, ho mated, her very to bellevo It ahoald really bo hia roseolatioa. Ah, hia wlto and hia child they knew be had bean nocoat of wrongdoing. The vatfJdaa was ridiculous. At most ha had been taratoan. Yet bo waa certainly to blame. Ho ought to tava seen the trap so rarefally prepared and tote .which he had walked as If blindfolded. That extra 3SO0U0 worth of stock, oa Which ho had never received a cent Interest had been the decoy to a carefully thought eat plot They, the plotter, well knew hour Ignorant ha was of financial matters, and ho had been aa easy victim. Who would believe hie story that the stock had boon scut to him with a plaoalMy worded letter to the effect that It represented a bona an hla own taveatmentf Bow he came to think of It calmly aad reasonably, ha would not believe It himself. Aa asnal, ha had mislaid or destroyed tho ecretarys letter, aad them waa only hie word against the company's hooka to substantiate what would appear a most Improbable If set Impossible eon-tar- y, Cr laeor-tuptlbl- a ! I ! . . It wee hla conviction of hia own good faith that mad hla present dilemma all the mote cruel. Had he really beta a grafter, had ho really taken the stock ee a bribe, ha would not sate as much, tor then he would have fore-- i aad discounted the ehaacea of sales, there waa ao doubt possible. He was the victim of a there was aa organised plot to rate hha, to get him out of the way. Tho tale mat" feared him. resented hia Judicial daetotoaa. aad they had halted at noth lag to accomplish their Hew coald he fight them Purpose. berk, what could ha do to pretart him-oelHe had no proofs of a conspiracy; hla enemies walked la tba dark; there waa no way la which he onld reach them or know who they eon-optm- ff Be thought ef Jeka Burkett Ryder. Ah. he remembered aewl Ryder was the maa who had recommended the teveetmaut la Aleihaa stock. Of Why did be not thtek ef It be-- eoarae. cel B 1 rvceUeeted thatattte ....... .... cM-ton- . W. j etaryth.bg wa paid tber tha time would only remain enough for A nod not cauiprteure. A to bia alary, of coura k could not tourb that w Iona aa tbla accuaaUoa vaa haagfng ore: hia hand, and if ha were impeached It would atop altogether. The aalary. therefor, waa not te ha counted mi They niuat manage aa heat they coul-- ' and live more cheaply, taking a ainaK bouaa aoueahere in the outakirta ol tba city, where he could prepare hi quietly without attracting atteu Gate Meantime a fresh anil More serious calamity .bad overwhelmed Judgo Boo mors, .everything seemed to com--! bln to break the spirit of tbla man who had dared ttefytb power of or-- ! ganlaed capIteL Hardly had the news of the congressional Inquiry been made public, than the financial world was startled hy an extraordinary slump to Wall street There wee nothing to the news of tho day to Justify a decline; but prices fell aad fell The bean bad It all their own way, the big Internals hammered atocks all along the Una, copper" especially being the object of attack. The market closed feverishly, and the next day the name tactics were punned. From tho opening, oa Bailing orders eomlag from no one knew where, prices fell to nothing, a stamped followed, and before long It became a panto. Pandemonium reigned on tho floor of tho Stock Exchange. White faced disheveled broken shouted and struggled like men posies aed to execute tho or deco of their clients. Big financial houses which stood to lose millions oa u falling market rallied and by rash orders to bay attempted to item the tide, but an to ao purpose. One firm after another went by tba heard, an able to weather the tempest until Just before dosing time the stock ticker announced the failure ef the Great Northwestern Mining company. Tho drive in the market had bees principally directed against Its securities, and after vainly endeavoring to check tho bear raid It had been compel led to declare Its If bankrupt It was hear Hy Involve, atari all stock almost worthle. It wee probable that the creditor would not see 10 cents oa tho dollar. Thousands were raised, .and Judge Basemen among them. All the 158,000-we- re eavtags of a UfeUmo-aea- rty gona, He woe practically penal' kea at a Uve whea he seeded money mot He still owned hi house la Madtem arenas, bat, that would hart At moot ear became a quee-tioaa to who should go to meet her nt the dock, the Jadge could not go, that wa certain. It would be too much of an ordeeL Mrs. Reanmore did not know the lower pert ef tbe city well aad had no experienca In meeting ocean steamships. There wee only e way out would Stott go? Of course he would, end he would bring Shirley back with him to Maasapequa. Be during the eext few days while Stott aad tbe Judge toiled preparing thalr rase; which often necessitated brief tripe to the city, Mrs. Roesmore; seconded with sulky Indifference by Eudoxia, waa kept busy getting a room ready tor her daughter's arrival Eudoxia, who came originally from County Cork, was an Irish lady with a thick brogue end a husky temper. She was amiable enough so long as things went te her satisfaction, but when they did net suit her eh was a termagant Bb was neither beautiful nor graceful; she wa not young nor waa she very clean. Her usual condition waa disheveled, her face was all askew, and when she dressed up she looked like a Valentin. Her greatest weakness was a propensity for smashing dishes, and whea reprimanded she would threaten to take her traps and skldoe. This news ef the arrival of a daughter tolled te fill her with enthusiasm. Firstly, It meaut more work; secondly, she bad not bargained for It When she took the place It was on tho understanding that the family cenaiated only of an elderly gentleman aad his wife, that there waa practically a work, good wages, plenty to eat, with the privilege qf an even tng out when mb pleased., Juatead of reoa tpuud, plott thia mDleuaium stalled at ; a , permanent guest. Aad new g daughter was te he. foisted, on her. Be wonder hardworking girts were getting nick and tired ef house- - eome eu would be .- her. - TbeB It n Ogd en Business Architects Architect. drfi-tiKe- i lie-eldo- y. T W. G. DALRYMPLE. 1 THOMAb HORNE MUMcTT The House at Quality." knew In music. 914 23th. g, IX D. DR. P. A. COOK. . Dentist. Office, Eeclea Bldg, Ogden, Utah. C. WOODS A COl Architects. MAI? First Nat Bldg. Both Phenes. Bank Attorneys a M. G. BARNEfi, The a JOSEPH CHEZ, Attorney1 and Counselor at Law, 40 and 41 FfM National Bank Bldg Ogdan, Utah, Both Phone. Notary. C W. CROBB A Upte-Dat-e Plumbing - Plumbing our-eelvea-," 420 24th fit. 7554; Boll COL Manufacturers and Dealers In Har naan. Saddle and Saddlery Hardware. Waah. Ave. Bell C42X. Hatter Atteniey-at-La- llfi Ecclea 114 and , Bldg. KELLEY BROS. C. GUNNELL. Office ES74 WashingBeth Phones 771 VOLNEY blocked end retrimmed, Panamas specialty. The only exclusive in the city. Attorneyat-Law- . ton Ava. A. G. HORN, . Attomeyet-Law- Over Radeon Drug Store, Wash. Ava Bicycle Repairer1: 1J ' f w. A H, Ml , Drabble. v 1 "T Photographers Hay and Grain LUKE CRAWSHAW. Studio Photograhar. Week. A wo, Ogdan, Utah. A plcfl? that looks like you, W. T. ASTILL. Flour, Hay, Grain and Poultry, Stock and Poultry Feed. 2315 Wash. Ave. Ind. Bell BOS. X29-- THE THOMAS ITUDia , . CHARLES F. GROUT. ' Grade Portraiture n.-.- High Hey, Grain and Rolled end Chopped 2457 Wuh. a-Feed of ell kinds. 252 24th BL Bnth Crayon and Indl 1 ink. Phenea, : Phcnee.-uj'v.iiban VWMMUWVWNWMAMmWMMW 1 ' St- - i 2 City Florists ui I Hides and Wool a M. ReaI;Estate Agents RUNYON, A. A. WENGER Real Estate, Loaai end lam,,-Nota- ry Public. Removed to roao ili Ecclea building. Bell' l)l(. Utah, always pays top notch prices for Hides, Pelt, Wool, Furs, Ac. , Writ him. Cgdpn, OGDEN FLORAL CO. Floral Artlata. 411 24th BL Greanhouae opposite Glenweed park. Phone Bell fiMX, Ind. 19L HIDE, PELT A WOOL CO. Fred Hillman, Agent Highest cash prices paid for hides, pelts and woo, 2424 Wall. Your trade Mlldtod. OGDEN VARNEY FLORAL CO. All Kinds ef Cut Flowers. Our prices lowest. Ball phene II! K. Give us a House Furnishings B. VAN DER SC HU IT,. THE HOUSEHOLD FU. WISHING CO, 2300 to 2302 Waah. Are, aacand hand good bought end Bold. Both phenea 1144. CARL C. RASMUSSEN. Real Estate, Leans, Rentala Fra NU " Phc r47ft, Funeral designs; cut flowers and potted plant. All orders promptly filled. Phone S60Z. 740 28th BL Contractors anii WM. A. HICKENLOOPER Estate, Insurance end manta. 202 Ecclea Bldg, to N. H. Ivea, KELLY A HERRICK. General Insurance, Leans end Real Estate Investment Insurance FRED HOWARD, Contractor ana Builder. . Ben 181 P. Phene I17Z. a PETER UNANDCR, Contractor and BuMfior. IBS Ninth BL Phono, Bell 47U. Work done by day nr contract Cleaning and- Dyeing - Real WWVWWMWWWWWWWMWMM Junk W. N. PIERCE, GREEN A JACOBSON Real Estate, Notary, Flra end LIN to The Independent Junk Co. buys all eurancs, 411 24th BL Beth Phmnt kinds ef Junk. Bell, phene 13S5 and B2SZ. Ind. phene 36930. Yard, S14S GEORGE A. HORN, ' B II yr Paclflo; Real Eatata, Loan and Inaunmt IF YOU HAVE ANY KIND OF )UNK, Flrat National Bank BuiMtag. . fie wn will AAAmannn " Ogden Junk Houm; 'phene VrrVVV)'VVirfUt. call for It Bell 'phone, 226K; Ind. 725 ' Rolled Grain Key Fitting ELITE CLEANING CO, Cloanero and Dyers. Taylor A Wilson. Both 'Phenea, Pocatello and Ogdan, . C. A. BMURTNWAITE B. MALAN A BON Key fitting, saw filing, bicycle week, re- general repairing. Baanmant 2432 Waah. Ava. Bell phone 245Y. Ind. IBS. The Way Our Senses Are Liable te OGOXN FEED A BALE STALLS. . Play Ua Falsa. ' Everett, Propr, Livery and Our sense deenlve ue curiously at Boarding. Both Phone. 2211 Waah. time. A flash of lightning lights up Ava of a the ground for ouly eeoond, yet ft seem te us to last ever so much ioagor. What happen la that the impression remains In the eye h of or tho rotten for about n second, or UdAUS times ee long as tbe flash lasts. If on a dark night J. P. ONEILL CONSTRUCTION CO. train speeding along at sixty miles Contractor and Bulldera of Sowers, an hew Is lit up by n lightning flash Cement Walk. Street Paving end It appear stationary, yet In the eighth Gravel Roofing.. 423, 25th street. ef n second during which wn seem to PETER A WILSON, ee It the train travel eleven feet Contractor and Builder ef' Cement But we nelly only ee It during oue-mi-li lonth ef n second, and la that Work. Estimates furnished hnd ell ef work guaranteed. 1140 25th K time It travela only j.-F- Inch. When a man's leg ia cut off. If the stump be Irritated be feels the pels In hie toes. ThU curious deception to the earns ae any she can practice e himself by striking bM elbow on the table, when he fee If fhe pain in hi Bngere. Of course in"both'csea the ' pete to felt In the brain .. , ' " ? Wn dq not actually perceive different distances with the eye, but Judge them from various indications. When our Judgment to nt fault we are deceived. If yen ee n person in a fog. for instance, ho Memo to ho much bigger than usuaL The eamo thing happena when yon eon men or cattla ou tho top ef a hill against tho hortoon In twilight Inlboth caaea yon Jndga them to be farther away than they really are, end consequently they appear uncommonly largo. All Ho Could Think Of. While driving along n country rand maa saw the roof of n farmer's house ablaae. He gesticulated and called te the farmer's wife, who waa . calmly standing In the doorway: Hey, year bonae to a lire, What?" ah bawled out I My, ypar house to afire!" What did eay? I'm a little deaf!" Year house la afireT again yelled tbe maa nt tbe top of hto lungs. Oh. to that all?" calmly replied the women. Its ell I can tjilak of Juat now." responded the mas la a rather wank voice ae he drove on. Exchange. f Sanitary Work NELS McCARTY, . All kinds ef nanltary work dona. Idl 9 17 1 phone 509Z. 2728 Grant ' JOHN VAN ZWEDEN, ef scavenger work. Prompt attention, 107 2nd BL Bell 747Y. 2 3 All kinds Masonry and Cement. Contractors th an Bring your grain end have K steam, rolled. - C. A. ImurthwaKa Pretuci Co Wall Ava bet 22nd end 23rd. , Livery Stables DECEPTIONS. ono-flgbt- Rental W. Estate, Rentals, 246g Wash.' Ave, Beyle Ilk Both Phonos. W. N. PIERCE, Notary Public, Rani Eatnte; Fire, Life and Accident Insurance, 407 24th BL Builders and Fin A Real calL CURIOUS Goth , - Novelty end Bicycle Work, Light Mm Wash. Ava shine Repairing. SS40 JAMES A. STRICKLAND, ' . Proprietor, 2471 Grant, Cleaning, pairing and pressing neatly done. PhonS," A. L. BCOVILLE, PRINTER Opposite Peeteffice. Both Phan Grant Hats cleaned, 2475 1491-- Printers Mas-apequ- vi .JOHN BMEDINQ, r ell kinds 2250-225- 2 R. G. FARNSWORTH Mualo Dealer, opera hoube block, DR. N. WHITE. D; B. 2457 Wanhingtan Avenue. Office hours: I te 12 a. m.; 1 to P. m. Phone, Bell 212Y. Res. Boll 224V. Harness and Saddles l i Pianos Washington Ave. Over Badeunto. 2S First Natl Bonk Bldg. Bali Phene 9UK. r. DircctoiJ Dentists A. GRAVES, CL Stott thought this waa tho heat thing they could do, and he vuiuateered to relieve his friend by taking oa hla own hands all the erreegemeeta of the aale of the bouse sad furniture, which offer the Judge accepted only ton gladly. Meantime Mra. Rosemora went to Long Island te see wjiat could be bad. sad she found at the little village of Mepspequa Just what they were look tng fur e eommodiou, neatly furnished two story cottage at a aiodeet rental. Of course it waa nothing like what they had beea accustomed to. hut U waa class aad comforts bia. sad. as Mrs. Roue-orsaid, ratbar tactlessly, beggars caauot I choosers. lv-hap- s it would not be for bug. Instant possessioa was to be bad. so S deposit was paid oa the spot and a few days Is Ur ths Rassmorea left their mansion Madison aveu ue end took up their residence lu Maasapequa, where their advent created quit a fluster ia local social circles. fitott wa giveu a room In the ret tag ao that he might he near at baud to work with the Judge lu the prepara, out aad he came tion of the ' from the city every eveelng. It waa bow June. The Beanie would box take actios until it convened lu Heosmber. hat tpere was u let ef work to he dune and as time to he dost . The evening following the day ef their arrival they were Bitting oa the porch enjoying the cool evening air aftThat evening Stott end the Judge er dinner. The Judge was smoking. He wee not a slave to the weed, buthe rune home earlier than usual and from thalr dejected appears ace bin. enjoyed a quiet pip after meals, claw Roesmore divined bad newt. . The ennerves bis that it and lag quieted waa painfully elleut throughout Judge him to more think abled clearly, U wa necessary (e keep at bay the meal and Stott waa unusually tba ubiquitous Long Island mosquito grave Finally the latter took her Mrs. Roasiaore had remained tor a aside end broke It te her gently. In spite of their efforts end the efforts ef moment la the dining room te adrnop tab Eudoxta, their new and only mal:l their friends the eongreaa tonal inquiry ef all work, not to wreck too much of had resulted In n finding against the the crockery when she removed the din Judge; and a demand had already been made upon the senate for hie ImpeachBar dishes. Suddenly Stott, who waa pe ment They could do nothing now but rasing an evening paper, asked: fight it In the senate with ell the InBy the way, wbere'a yoar da ugh ter! Dora the know of this radical fluence they could muster. It wee going te be hard, but Stott wao confident change lu your affairs T Judge Russ mors started. By what that right would prevail. After dinner as they were sitting In alienee ee myrterious agency had this maa penetrated hie owu uoet lutlmate thoughts? the pofrh, each measuring the force of Ue was blnawlf thinking of Shirley thia blow which they hod expected, yet hod always hoped to ward off, tbe that very moment and by eome Inexcrunching sound of n bicycle was plicable mean telepathy modern psycholog lata called It the thought car-reheard on tbe quiet country rood. The had crossed to Stott whoee mind, rider stopped at their gate and earns being la full sympathy, waa exactly up the porch, holding out aa envelop attuned in receive it Removing the to the Judge, who; guessing tbe conpipe from hie mouth, the Judge replied; tents, had started forward. He tore It Shirley's lu Faria. Poor girt, I open. It wee a cablegram from Faria hadu't tba heart to teU .her. She has end read as follows: no Men of what's happened. I didn't Am sailing s the Kaiser WllhclnT- want to spoil her holiday." gHIRLKY, He waa silent for n moment; then CHAPTER YII. after s few more puff ha ndded conwak greater activity In fidentially la a low tone; aa if he did a not care for hie wife to hear: tbe Roasiaore cottage at "The truth Is, Stott I couldn't beer than there bad been to have her retorn now. I couldnt any day since the Judge and look my own daughter In the fare." hie wife went te Uv there. Since dayA sound aa of a great sob which ha break Eudoxia had been scouring and had hern unable to control cut short polishing In honor ef the expected hla speech. Hla eyes filled with tears, and a hundred times Mra. Ross-mor- e and ha began to amoks furloosly, as if had climbed the Main te see that ashamed of tbla display of emotion. everything was ar It should bo In the Stott blowing bis nose with nap ic Iona room which bad been prepared for vigor, replied soothingly: Shirley. It wae'Bot, however, without Ton mustn't talk like that Every a passage at arms that Eudoxia conthing will com out all right of course. sented to consider the Idea of nn addiBut I think you era wrong not to have tion to tho family. Mra. Roaamoro had told your daughter. Her place M her said to bar the day before: t your elds. She onght to he told even My daughter will be her tomorrow, If only lu justice to her. If you dont Endoxla." toll her, eome one else will or, what's ' A look expressive ef both displeasure wore, shell hear of it through the and astonishment marred the classic newspapers." feature of the hireling, rotting her Ah, I never thought of that!" ex broom aside and placing her nn claimed the Judge; visibly perturbed at akimbo; she exclaimed In an Injured the suggestion about the newspaper. tone: Don't you agree with me 7 demandAnd Its daythor you've got now? ed Stott appealing to Mrs. Roaemora; So id three la family yon ere! When who emerged from the house at that I took The place; It's two you tould mo Instant Don't you think your daughthere wu!" ter should be Informed of what has Well with your kind perm lesion. happenadr replied Mra. Roaemora, there will be Moat a au redly I do," answered three la future. Thera Is nothing In Mr. Be more determinedly. Tba the constitution of tho United States Judge wouldn't beer ef It hut I took that aaya wo cent hare n daughter the lew Into my own beads. I've cawithout consulting our help; Is there?" bled for her." Tho sarcasm of thin did not esTea cabled for Shirley T cried the cape even tbs dull replywlta of tho edged . name-no wan -. He IncredulouslyJudge drudge-- , She relapsed Into a dignified cuetoued. t teeing hi ailing,1 vacillatalienee gnd a few mlnutea latar was ing wlto do anything oa her own Initidiscovered working with some show of ative and responsibility that It seemed enthusiasm, i . , .re1 J .in'-- , cabled tor Shirley?" impassible. The was nervous and fidgety.' ' Judge " he repeated-1- ' Ho mod a pretease to read, hut It was "Yea, replied' Mra.' Roesmore triplate to aee that hla mind wan not oa umphantly and secretly pleased that hla book. lie kept leaving hla chair to for once la her life aha had asserted go and look nt the clock; then he I cabled yesterday. I simherself. would lay the volume aside and wanply couldnt bear It alone nay longer. der from room to room like a loot soul. What did you say?" inquired the HU thoughts were on tho dock it HoJudge apprehensively. boken. "I Just told her to come borne at once. By noon every little detail had beea Tomorrow we ought to get an answer." to. end there wan nothing attended Stott meeullme had been figuring ou the time of Shirley's probable srrlvaL further to do but alt and watt for tho of fitott and Shirley. They If the cablegram had ben received In arrival Faria the previous evening. It would were to be expected any moment now. Tho passengers had probably got off tho etetmer by 11 oclock. It would take at least two hour to get through the customs end out to Maasapequa. Tho Judge and hie wife rat on the poreh counting tbe minutes and atra Into their ears to catch the first sound of tbe train from Bew York. I hops fitott broke the news to her gently," sold the Judge. I wish we bed gone to meet bar sighed hie wife. Th( Judge wee silent and for a moment or two he puffed vigorously at his pipe, aa wu hla habit when disturbed mentally. Then he said: I ought to have gone, Martha, but I wu afraid. I'm afraid to look my own daughter to the fere and tell her that I am n disgraced man, that I am to be tried by tho renata for Corruption. perhaps Impeached aad turned off the bench ee If 1 were a crimtaaL fib lr ley woa't believe It; sometimes eaat believe it myself. I oftea wake up lu the sight and think of It ae part of dream, but when moralag come ira Mil! true ite etUI trier He eawked ea la silence. Then hapBy th wag, wheres your daughter f" be toe late to catch the French boat pening te look op be noticed that hla Tbe Berth German Lloyd steamer waa (To be Continued.) the next to leave; end It touched at pherbnurg. She would undoubtedly WANT AD8 BRING BIG RESULTS, e . gwruurt.s-- t, go EXAMINES: OGDEN, UTAH. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1907. 1134 Stove Repair House ' B. SUMMERILL, ' 2304, Weak. Ave. Phenea, Ball 344X. Ind. 243. Steve, and renga rep Ira new and Meond-han- d atoves, , i Bids, . . . CELESTE CONROY. . Pupil of Leopold Godowaky, Berlin. Instructor ef mualo. Studio 300 25th BL Phenea, Ind. loo; ST f5PTWENTV-FlFT- fcfcthA Imm intf prt td moBtVW:'7f5fz j i If I i Tin and Sheet ' Iron Work D. K. STUART, ' S. F. Whitaker, 1 Tailors M WedeK-Kleee- l. , .. d kVkVMVkTIAAAIVlAWVWVVVl dentmowery. lnd.750i Bril 2279 WASH. AVE. . Sewing New end oacond-hanchines from 5J)0 up. etc. Music and Instructors Plano and Celle," Sewing Machines Tin and Sheet iron Work. FumM Teacher ef Plane. Tabernacle Organ-leWash. At fitudle S74 23rd BL Bell Phone Work a Specialty, 2254 Ball phnnn 122. 414Y. L DELLA LUND Transfer Companies Teaeher of plana; Stud! No, North Waahlngteii. 16S-BelL Pawnbrokers t PAWNBROKERS. MONEY LOANED Lowest rate of Interest; business confidential. Diamond Loan omen. 140 25th street. CENTRAL LOAN OFFICE. Money t Lean on Watches. Diamond a. and Jewelry. Unredeemed N. Sorenson, Pledgee for sale cheap 211, 25th street ' N. CHRISTIANSON A CO. Uncle Sams Lean Office, leans en Diamonds,' Watches; Jewelry, gialsklne, Clothing, Firearm. 27S 25th BL TMd m AMistont Gardener. Paper-hange-rs' By actual laapactloa ef n big, fat toad'a at coach it area found to contain not toea than fifty largo grapevine wmme, fifty-fiv- e potato bags, sixty owbags, forty angleworms end thirty cabbage warm, with, by way of sea- John N. Ford and Ban Paparhangtra, soning. nnmereM file and moaquKoa. Decorator end Designers. Bell Phone New multiply this, and I think yon will 243X. Leave orders at Beyle Furniture appreciate the value ef aa army of Co. EMablished 1BBL 6mde on year premlaes, or eay number required, acrardlag to tbe earv-Ir-a WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS. that may reatnoably be expected from oa toad. Suburban Life. WANT AD8 BRING BIG RESULTS.' Painter and Directory ALLEN TRANSFER CO, Altera ton, Proprietor. Furniture Van new Storage. Cabs at a momantt Office 412 25th fit Phono 22. VAN& TRANSFER Plano moving a specialty. Beth phenea 283. ' - MALAN TRANSFER 323 CO. Vena, Draye and Baggage Wip Oar specialties-- Plane, Fv miter Safe Moving; Storage. 409 8SW Blades' Phenea. SLADE'S HACKS MEET ALL TRAINS. or Carriage In welting day Vans, Draya end Baggage Plano Moving n Specialty.. Susms. Office, Ind. 224; ww Bell S4R . All kinds ef Transfer Office 03 25th Street jT Undertaker . CHARLES J. A. lNDQU!1l Fin Licensed Embalmer. Furnlahinga, 2520 Wash. Ava. phenea. .