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SATURDAY, APRIL 8. 1905.
TIIE MORNING ASTOMAN, ASTORIA OREGON
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of your patronage. Cor. 10th and DUANE STS. Thone 1991
"Phyllis," I said reprovingly, "I don't
"Don't like whutr sbe questioned la
But I waa not foolish enough to go
la and tell her what I didn't like. But
would only huve laughed at me If I
bad. I'll admit It' all very nice to
see a girl help with the decora tlona,
and, for ray port. I like to aee them do
IL It'a proper that a girl should take
an Interest In the cause of charity, but
when It corona to every fellow about
Um place wantiug to bold the tack la
the dark corner It seems to me that
It'a time to call a bait. ' , i
"You don't tlilnk I'd evea let one of
them bold my bund, do your aaked j
hyllla Icily, t i
"Nobut" I stammered,
''Perhaps you mean to lnalnuate that
'd hold theirs, then."
Pbyllla waa holding her nose very
hlgb Indeed. There waa only one thing
could do and retain my dignity. I
muat get very angry.
"Pin aure you may If you want to,
retorted, with affected Indifference.
Iliyllla laughed. I waa imlte aure I
was golug K''t Into tuiiw sort of trou
ble. 1 always do when Hi) Ilia laugha
JuHt that way.
Tbuuk you, air, she replied, wltli a
deep courteHy. "I will avail myaelf
of your kind permission this evening."
Tho place looked iulte different at
night with all the light going. And
really the booths were very pretty. I
couldn't aee Pbyllla anywhere, though.
Then Grace ftawshaw came along and
took me In tow.
You haven't bail your fortune told,"
be Informed me, "and you really muat
Besides, Piu curious to bear It"
"Who tell themr I queationed.
Grace looked at me In an awfully
funny way. It waa stupid of mo not
to have found out what part Hie girl
were to take. Pin morally certain abe
expected me to know.
Why, Mndaui Zouffle," abe wild; then
abe tittered all the way to the booUi.
You never saw aueh a Jam In all your
life. Pin aure every fellow I knew waa
'You'll have to wait your turn,"
Grace told me; then she went to look
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T T 11 IUI V4 Beer
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in tbftt line at reasonable price. Telephone 201. '"'
CORNER TWELFTH AND DUANE STREETS.
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Astoria. - Oregon.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
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. ' 54a Commercial St. Phone Main 321.
By Hubert McBeaa Johniton
Gsmtk 1904, br tU MtBa U
"TEBUAPB TOO CAN TELL Ma IF I LOV1
for more victims. I found out after
ward that this was wbnt abe wna sup
posed to do.
You couldn't catch a glimpse of Mad
am Zouffle. It waa a long time to
wait, too, until all that crowd got
through, and I wandered away twice.
Each time Grace ltawahaw mnie ami
took me buck.
Finally I got Inside. It waa a little
tent all huug with ml, and there waa
Just room for you to ait on a camp
stool In front of the fortune teller. But
even then you couldn't aee Madam
Zouffle. Sbe waa all wrapped up In
one of those fluffy things like a Moor
lah woman, and when abe apoke ber
voice wa. deep and maacollne. I waa
understand you don't cafe fof Ber at
all. You have told her you don't care
if abe holda the hand of aa many men
la abe wants to. That sounds aa tbougli
foo were giving her liberty to' flirt
with aa many men a. abe pleased."
"Ye.." I aald It wltb the rlalng Inflec
tion. I didn't give aascnt to anything.
"And I. ahe doing Itr ,
"8he haa held the band, of a great
many of the gentlemen prevent this
There waa a suspicious little qnlver
la Madam Zouffle'. voice. It aonnded
llmoat like a auppreaaed laugh.
I aaaumed my moat dignified air.
"And the men-did thoy like Itr I
Madam Zouffle could not tell. The
line, were not abnrply enough defined,
They'd bctUT. I aald fiercely. "I'll
folly well pancb their heads If they
don't., liealdeu, It'a the laat chance
Now, for a mere outsider and Just a
common fortune teller I must aay that
Madam Zouffle took quite a remarkable
Intercut tn my affairs.
' "Why," she aked-"wby la It their
laat chance 7"
"Bocaiw I'm going to tell her tomor
row that ahe must atop," I replied
There was an odd glitter In Madam
"And will she do anything you aayr
he asked. "Hbe must be well trained
to obey your 'Lie down. Carlo? every
"She'll do It If ahe lovea me," I aald.
"By the wsy, I haven't asked you.
Does sbe love me?"
Either the light waa very dim or there
was something wrong with Madam
Zouflle'a eyes. The question necessitat
ed ber bending over and making a very
close scrutiny of my palm Mon ahe
was able to answer. The warm, soft
folds of her luilr were directly In front
of me. and I klased them ever o slight
ly. She didn't feel It.
"I don't kuow." confessed I'byllla-I
mean Maditni Zouffle-at last "It looka
partly as though site does and then
again Just the least little bit a. though
ahe doean't 1-1 think she does some
times." Madam Zoutlle waa not looking at me.
Bhe wua atlll examining my band ever
to carefully. 80 I ventured again.
"Whnt Is there about me," I asked,
"that she does twt like "metlmesr
"You don't nlwavs treat her very
well." said Madam Zouffle. "Your hand
shows that yon are very eelflsh."
"Xo: not that But you alwaye think
of yourself and your own personal con
Now. you know Just aa well aa I do
that this waa a lllel. Ever alnce I have
known Thyllla- But what'a the good
of arguing about It? Pbyllla knew It
If PbylllB were here" I remarked.
"If she could only hear you aay that,
you would have au opportunity of
knowing bow utterly false It la. ira
true." . I went on magnanimously, "I
may have my faults, but I'm quite con
vinced that the dear girl would not aay
that waa one of them."
Mme. Zouffle did not reply. She seem
ed to have worae eyesight than ever.
"What else can you Beer I question
ed. "Perhape you can tell me If I love
"You think you do," answered Mme.
"W hen I really do notr
"When you really do not" The for
tune teller waa very positive In her
"Wrong again," I replied. "You're a
very poor baud at your business., If
you've told the others here this evening
no more truths than you've told me I
actually think you ought to be up for
obtaining money under false pre
tensea." "I can see several other girls here on
your hand." argued the fortune teller.
"Excuse nie. please," I murmured,
"but I do a Wt at palmistry myself.
Now, right here lu your band" I turn
ed her palm over-"I can see any num
ber of heartless flirtations. There seems
to be one In progress now, In fact"
The palmist looked up Into my face,
and I guess she must have seen that I
knew her. But she wasn't very certain.
I never winked an eyelash.
"Now, 1 went on, "this dimple
shows why, how very odd that yon
should have a dimple Just like that!
But I think that cllnchea my argument,
for I know a girl who baa a dimple In
her band Just like that and ahe's"
And then some one boxed my ear. I
looked up and saw that Phyllis' eyes
"You're aucb an old stupid, Jack,
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CHAS. A. HEILBORN,
Dated, Astoria. Oregon, this 27th day
of March, 190S.
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT THIS
umc; lie per Hundred. 1
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
WO ACRES OF FIRST CLASS TIM
ber land for sale, in Pacific county,
near Columbia river. Address Box I9S
FOR SALE LOT t BLOCK 14.
Adair's Astoria; for particulars writ
to J. P. Miller, Onleda, Wash.
HOUSE OF OR 8 ROOMS WANT-
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Oregon, representing large manufac-'
turlng company; salary $40 to $30 per
month; paid weekly; expenses ad
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Moore, Astoria, Ore.
WANTED MAN AND WIFE AS
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sure that part was affected.
Bhe reached out and took my hand.
"You have quarreled with your lady
love," said ahe.
"Yes?" said I. vaguely wondering
how she knew.
Then I happened to glance at her
hand. There were no rings to Identify
It but the third finger on her left was
Just a little red, as though there might
have been one there not so long ago.
And then well, I may be a duffer, but
I knew. There's only on girl In the
world that haa a band Just like that.
"Can you tell me hej name?" I asked,
slowly regaining my wlta.
Madam Zouffle .consulted the stars a
bit and then the lines In my palm.
"It starts with a P," she said at
length-"P-rh-lt looka like Pbyllla."
"You're right" I told her. "Ia It a
very serious quarrel? I think a very
great deal of ber, you know. Can you
tell If she's deeply offended?"
"I think she la," aald Madam Zouffle.
"At all events, she ought to be. You
have treated her very badly."
"What have I done?"
Madam Zouffle studied the lines very
-"Xoq haje f raetlcally. given ber to
dear," sbe said.
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