THE MORNING ASTOMAN, ASTOKIA, OREGON. 8 Republicans, be sure your tickets are marked X 9 indicated. This is a Republican year. Vote your ticket straight. Official Ballot for Astoria Precinct No. 1, Clatsop .County, June 4, 1906. Between Two V By ELLEN GLASGOW Mark X Between the Number and Name of Each Candidate or Ans"Fvbt ' For STATE Shores COni1UCHTkrA.lt. arcume co. FOX GOVERNOR. Vote for One FOR STATE PRINTER. VoU for Om WEDNESDAY, MAY 3o, t.ofl. c c (Continued from yeiterday) JImtk wim n cloiid upon bin face. "Of I hit 'mliilHtfi-lutf uutl' kind, I aup- )ow," ha uhbi'Io(I, "Yen." "Your Juilsnient It warped," he went u. "Ii you expect to con vine by uh syllogleina as: It It rlrtooui to make preaenu of pruiui; be make ant preecuU of prunea; therefore he la TlrtuoimT" She looked it him with wounded yea, "That la not kind of you," ah Mid. "Bui, my dvar lijr. 1 am not kind. That la what 1 am arguing for." Her llpa cloned firmly. Hbe did not anewer. "la the aaaertlou admitted r be In quired. Her mouth quivered. He taw It, tad hla mood melted. "Do you mean to aay," he aakad, ad- Jumiiik' the ruif about her ahouldere mid n-Kartlliig ber with an Intent gate, "that It iiiitki-a any difference to yeuT 'I1it fragment of a sub broke from her. "Of i-ourne It niukns a dlffereow." eh atmtvrnsl, "to- to Im treated eo." Ill hnnd cloaed llrinly over the rug and reeled nunluat her ahouldor. "Why diH-a It make a dlnVrenrer be 1wnniidtd. (the atiitiwiuTiHl confusodly. "Ba ca uw'-becauite It d," she replied. Hl face una very grave. The band upon ber hIiuiiIiUt trcmbUtl. "I hope It Unh not innkv a difference," be aald. "Look! There In n nail." Tbcy roue n ud went to the railing, following wltlt uiiNiH-lng eye a white aall (but nl.lrte.1 the horizon. At the veaitel'i) alfle oriHimH were leaping 00 tlie wavee. Klie leaned over, her eyea brightening, her looaened hair blowing about her face In aoft brown atrauda. There waa a pink Dunn In her ebwka. "I ahnuld like to be a por potae," abe mild, "and to akltn that blue water In the annahln. How happy they are!" "And you are not'" The Anno died from her rheeka. "IT Oh, no," ahe uuswi-nil. lie leaned nearer. Ilia hand bruehed brr im It lay tipun the railing. "Hid love make you happy?" he aak ed auddeiily. Blie rained her lunhea, and their eyea met. "I-ove?" ahe repeated vaguely. "Tlmt hiiNlinnd of youra." he ex plained n lino t hnndily, "did you love Mm?" Her giire vent Imck to the water. A wlMtftil tremor NluMik her llpa. "Ho wiih very kimm to me," alio replied. "And I aupiMiMc you loved lilm be cauae he wiik kmI. Well, the reason eulllcea," Khe lookeil nt lilm hteadlly. "Hocauee lie was good to me," nlie corrected. Then nlie hesitated. "Hut I did not love him In the way you mean," alio added. "I know now that I did not." "Kh?" ho ejaculated half nlmeutly and then, "How do you know It?" Kbo turned from him, Uoklng after the vaulMhlug anil. Jtmt visible In tho ramoto violet of the distance. "There re many wajra" Hla eyea rested upon the aoft out line of her ear, half hidden In her Mown hit Ir. "Wlntt are they?" Khe turned hir fiwn villi furlln.r fmm Mm. "It made mi difference to me," "ald, "whether lie cuuie or went. :: v. curled me to U with blin, and I ;ih very ncMhIi. When he klaaed ine (i left me cold." Hii gaze MtuiiK her almrply. "And If you loved Home one," he mild, "It would make a great difference to you whether be camp or went? It would gladden you to tie with lilm. and when he klaaed you It would not leave, you cold?" "I I think bo," ahe answered. He bent toward her awiftly, then checked hlmaclf, with u aneerlng laugh. "I'll give you u piece of valuable ad Tlce," he aald. "Won't allow yourself to grow Mentlmeiital. It la awful rot." And he threw himself Into hla chitlr. He drew n notebook from hla pocket, nd when ahe wilted herself he did not look up. There was n gray cast about bin face, and hla lips were compressed. Bhe noticed that he was older than ahe at flint mippoHcd and that the hand with which ho held the pencil twitched nervously; then ahe lay watching him Idly from beneath lowered llda. An hour later be looked up, and their glnncea met. With sudden determina tion he closed the book and replaced It In hla pocket. "You look pale," he re marked nbrnptly. "Do I?" ahe questioned Inanlmatedly. "I do not aee any reaaon why I should Hot." 'Terhnpa, no long aa It la not unbe coming to you." "Why will you any euch things?" abe demanded angrily. "I detest them." "Indeed? Yen, pallor la not unbe coming to you. It gives you an Inter esting look." Khe rubbed the cheek next him with the edge of Iter rug until It glowed acarlet. "There!" alio exclaimed iti re entment, "That glvea you a radiant look," he remarked coanposodly. Her eyea fliiahed, "You will itinkt we. hale you," alio retorted. Cci) He amlled allgtitly, hla eyea half tad. "I am trying to," he reaponded. Hbe a tamped ber foot with lmpa dene. "Then you won't succeed. I will not bat yon. Do you heart I will notr "la It a queatlon of wllir "In thle eaae, yea." "Do you bate aa you rhooaa-and loref' he aaked. "I don't know," ahe replied. "I hard ly think I could hat you If I would, i deaplte your-your hatefulneaa." "Not though It were a part ef wle dear "Wledom haa nothing to do wlth" "Wllh what?" he questioned. "With bate." "Nor with loveT "Nor with love." He shook himself free from an I mag. Inary weight, paaslng hla hand across bla contracted brow. "Then so much the worse for hate," be reonded, "end for love." As she did not anawcr he spoke fienv ly. "When you love, love u virtuous, atralghtnway plodder," be said. "Ive a man lieemiso he Is decent -Iteca use be Is decent and plain and nil the things that the romancer luugti at. Love a fool. If you will, hut let lilm be a fool who goes to his oltlce at and leaves It at (I; who craves no more exciting atmosphere than the domestic one of bouse girl worries : ml teething babies. If you ever find yourself lov Ink' a man like me, you bad letter make for the nearest lump pout aud haug"- "Husli:" ahe cried, ber cheeks nam ing. "How- bow dare you?" Her voice broke sharply, and ahe fell to nobbing behind her raised hands. "My liod!" ho aald eoftly. b felt bla breath upon her forehead, and a tremor pussed over her, Then bla bauds fastened upon bera and drew them from ber eyea. He waa pantlug like a man who baa ruu a race. Khe woa looking atrnlght before ber. A small homing bird alighted for a awlft lustitnt on the railing near them, scanning ausplcloualy the deserted cor ner, and ahe knew that that bird would Im hlaxoiied on her memory forever after. Then she felt the man's Hps close uhiii her own. "You shall love me," he said, "and rlkdit x damued!" ! Rhe atepHd out upon the deck, her eyea shining. He met her moodily. "Shall we walk up Into the bow?" be asked. Hbo nodded. "This la our last even ing." she said. "We will make It ; long." i j "However long we make It, there la j , always tomorrow." j i Her face clouded. "Yes, there la to- ! morrow," she admitted. ; Khe fell Into step with him, and they walked the length of the deck. Once j , ahe lost her balance, and he laid hla i ! hand upon her arm. When she recov- f ! ered herself he did not remove It. I "WV will go far up." she aald. "We i 1 will look atralght out to sea and for ' get what la behind us." ' i .. ..... . ,, I... , ! i au wir iuik'i it,- no iinteu kiuuoi- jUr. She anilled Into bla face. "I will j make you," she nnawered. 'Tut your I handa upon the ralllng-ao and watch the boat aa It cuts the wavea. Ia It I not like a bird? And aee, the atara are corning out." A aalt apray daabed Into their facee aa tliey leaned far over. A wet wind blew past them, and ahe put up ber hand to hold her hat. Hor aklrta were wrapped closely about ber, and ber figure seemed to grow taller In the gray fog that roae from the aea. The ethereal quality In her appearance waa amphaalaed. He drew away from ber. "You are too delicate for my rough hands," be aid. "Am I?" aho toughed aoftly; then a rtelng pnaalon swolled In her voice. '1 i io choose to bo broken by you to U'iiu' caressed by liny other man" Ills luce whitened. "Don't say that," he protested hoarsely. "Why not, since It Is true?" "It Is not true." A half moon waa mounting luto the heavens, and It lit the sea with a path of allver. The pearl colored mist float ed ahead of the steamer, fluttering like the tllmy garments of a water sprite. A down stars bung overhead. "But It la true," she answered. Her words rang clearly, with a triumphant note. For a time ho did not apeak. In the light of the half moou Hhe saw the deepening furrows upon bla fuce. Hla hands were clinched. "There Is time yet," ho said at last, "to withdraw a false play. Take your love back." She trembled, aud ber lips parted. "I cannot," ahe replied, "and I would not." He stretched out his anna aa If to Aniw her toward him. and she faltered before the passion lu bla glance. Theu be fell back. "What u mesa you are making of your life!" be aald. But hla warming eyea bad reassured bar, "The nieas la already made," aha responded. ' (Continued on page 0) 12 I, H. AlfOS, of Multnomah County Prohibition HI C. W. BAHZEE, of Waaoo County.,., Socialiat U GtmOti E. CHAMBERLAIN, of Multnomah Co.. .Democrat IS X 3Am WITHYOOMBft of Benton County Republican FOR SECRETARY OF STATE. VoU for One 10 X FRANK W". BKNSON, of Douglai County Republican 17 R. C. BROWN, of Douglas County Socialiat IS T, S. McDAKIKL, of Multnomah County Prohibition ! P. EL SROAT, of Marion Couaty.. Democrat FOR STATE TREASURER. Vot for One 20 I.KSLIE BtTLNR. of Waaco County Prohibition 21 C. R. COOK, of Multnomah Couaty Socialiat 22 J. D. MATLOCK, of Lane County Democratic 23 X 6B0R0K A. STKEL, of Clackamas County. . . .Republican FOR SUPREME JUDGE. Vote for One 24 C. J. BRIGHT, of Sherman County Prohibition 2! X KMEKT KAKIV, of Union County Republican 20 T. G. IIAII.KY, of Umatilla County Democratic 27 MARCUS W, ROBBIN'S. of Josephine County Socialist FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. Vote for One 2 C. C. BRIX, of Crook County Socialist - j 2 X A- CRAWFORD, of Douglas County Republican 30 ROBERT A. MILLER, of Multnomah County. . . .Democratic 31 F. B. RUTHERFORD, of Multnomah County... .Prohibition FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. Vote for One 3? X J- ACKER MAN, of Multnomah County Republican 33 J. E. HOMSER, of Multnomah County Socialist 34 HENRY SHKAK. of Benton County .Prohibition 35 J. C. COOPER, of Yamhill County Soeklbt W X WILMS S. DUNTWAY, of Multnomah Couaty. .RepuWieaa t- 37 ALVIN S. HAWK, pf Multnomah County Prohibition 38 J. SCOTT TAYLOR, of Klamath Cbuatj ..DwnowaUa FOR COMMISSIONER OF LABOR STATISTICS AND INSPECTOR OP FACTOR IE3 AND WORKSHOPS. Vote for Oat 39 X - p- norF' ot Multnomah County Republican 40 W. S. RICHARDS, of Da Couaty SoekKat Second Congressional District FOR REPRESENTATIVE TO CONGRESS. Vote for Oaa 4? X W- R- ELLIS, of Umatilla County Republican 42 JAMES HARVEY GRAHAM, of Raker County. . .Demoeratie 43 A. M. PAUL, of Uaioi County Socialiat 44 H. W. STONE, of Multaomah County Prohibition FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR (to fill vacancy). VoU for Oaa 4.r HIRAM GOULD, of Yamhill County Prohibitioa 4i X FRED W. MULKEY, of Multnomah County.... Republican 47 J. D. STEVENS, of Multnomah County Socialist FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR. Vote for Oaa Term Beginning March 4, 1907. 4R X JONATHAN BOURNE, JR.. of Multnomah Co. ..Republican 40 JOHN M. GEARIN, of Multnomah County Demooratit 50 B. LEE PAGET, of Multnomah County Prohibition 51 A. G. SIMOLA, of Multnomah County Socialist COUNTY FOR STATE SENATOR. VoU for One FOR COUNTY CLERK. Vote for On 62 H L. HENDERSON, of Clatsop County. .Democratic-Citizens 63 X J- C- CLINTON, of Clatsop County. Republican 83 X w- T. SCHOLFIELD, of Clatsop County Republican FOR COUNTY TREASURER. VoU for One FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Vote for Two 6? X . A. SHERMAN, of Clatsop County Republican 54 X ASMfS BRIX, of Clatsop County Republican 04 R. R. WALLACE, of Clatsop County Citizena fir. X ,ftN' C. MeCL'F, of ClaUop County Republican F0R SURVEYOR. Vote for One 66 GEO. W. MORTON, of Clatsop County Citizens w X K c- F- ASTBURY. of Clatsop County Republican FOR COUNTY JUDGE. Vote for One FOR CORONER. VoU for On. 67 X J- A. KAKIN. of Clatnop County Republican 60 X CHARLES E. LINTON, of Clatsop County Republican 6 0. 1. PETERSON, of Clatsop County Citizens 67 W. C. A. POHL. of Clatsop County Citizena 60 C. J. TRENCHARD, of Clatsop County Democratic FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. VoU for One FOR SHERIFF. Vote for One 08 J. F. BARTOLDUS, of Clatsop County Citizena CO J. V. BURNS, of Clatsop County Citizens 69 B. F. COFFEY, of Clatsop County Democratic MgKrcTB- POMEROY, of Clatsop County. .. .Republican 70 X C. C MASTEN, of Clatsop County Republican ASTORIA DISTRICT FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Vote for One FOR CONSTABLE. " Vot. for One 71 X r- J- GOODMAN, of Clatsop County Ropubliean 73 X JOHN SAYER, of Clatsop County. "..Rep-Dem.-Citizen 72 C. C. UTZINGER, of Clatsop County Democratic-Citizen " PROPOSED BY REFERENDUn PETITION For Constitutional Amendment to Allow the State Printing, Bind- ,(s. . . A 7. . . . , "g nl Printer's Compensation to be Regulated by Law at any Shall Act Appropriating Money Maintaining Insane Asylum. Peni- Time. VoU Y r v tentinry, Deaf Mute. Blind School, University, Agricultural Col- lege and Normal Schools be approved I" Vote Ye8 or No 3I2- Yea. 300 Yes. 313. jfo. 301 No. For Constitutional Amendment fop the Initiative and Referendum oa Local, Special and Municipal Law and ParU of Laws. PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE PETITION vStwk, For Equal Suffrage Constitutional Amendment. Vote Yea or No 314 Yes- 302" Yes. ' 1 55 no. 315 No- For Amendment to the Local Option Law, Giving Anti-Prohibition- "t.? f & LW Prohibitin Masses and Discrimination by lata and Prohibitionist Equal Privileges. Vote Yes or No Eailroad Companies and Other Public Service Corporations. ' VoU Yea or No 304 Yes. 316 Yes- ' 305 No. - . mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 317 No. For Law to Abolish Tolls on the Mount Hood and Barlow Road and Providing for Its Ownership by the SUte. Vote Yes or No " Requiring Sleeping Car Companies. Refrigerator Car 300 YesT Companies, and Oil Companies, to Pay an Annual Licensa Upon 307 No: Gros, Earnings. Vote Yea or No For Constitutional Amendment Providing Method of Amending Con- 318 atitution and Applying the Referendum to all Laws Affecting 319 " " Constitutional Conventions and Amendments. Vote Yes or No ' S For " A,ct Rq"ing Express Companies, Telegraph Companiaa, 309 No- ni Telephone Companies to Pay an Annual Licensa Upon Groat For Constitutional Amendment Giving Cltiei and Towna Exclusive Ernig' oit Y or No Power to Enact and Amend their Charteri. VoU Yea or No 320 Yea " " " 310 Tea. : 311 No. 321 No.