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PAGE TEN SAYS" "You don't look into a man's mouth when he tells you how to catch fish, but you, look at a ,man's actions and tell when he has a 'brain storm.'" "With some anglers the fires of am- bition soon die out when the fish fuel is not right-at the tip of their rod." ,' *** "It takes a lot of education to teach some men the difference between 'want and wish.' What we really want is what we need; but what we wish is what we would like to have." *** "If most of ,us were dropped into heaven as we are, it would not be long before the place would look like a wreck." "Nature has its own language t But we met a man the other day who said: 'When man became dissatisfied with Nature he learned to talk, so that he could conceal his thoughts.'" "Not all anglers can think, reason and catch fish at the same time. And when some anglers step ashore their importance seems to be much larger than the poor fish they brought to gaff, even though the honor was a .'partnership affair?" *** "An educated person is a man or woman who can read a daily news- paper and tell just what parts the editor left out." Several hundred of the "extras" who had been assisting in the filming of Harry Lloyd's sixteenth century pic- ture, "The Sea Hawk," at the Isthmus, returned to the mainland on Friday. MORE SPORT NOTES "Chick" Evans has won the cham- pionship of the Western Golf Associa- tion eig, ht times--said to be a record. A California Intercollegate Golf Tournament is announced - to take place over the Del Monte course the week-end of February 22. The Newport Harbor Yacht Club has announced a Catalina motor cruiser race, to be held in June. The course will cover 110 miler. The boats enter- ed are: "Samona," J. W. Hole; "Lou- ise," D. Burge; "Ramases," Charles R. Ramsay; "Lady Luck," Shirley Mes- erve; "Pow Wow," Wm. Warmington; "Ardath," George Vibert and "Con- questa," Brooks Gifford. ~ . Stanford University has announced its basketball schedule, as follows: March 12 and 22, Santa Clara College; March 24, 28 and 29, University of So. California; April 2, St. Mary's College; April 12, 19 and 26, University of Cal. Pitcher Charley Hall of the St, Paul American Association Club is reported, as having been exchartgedforl:qt:cfiffr Paul Fittery of the Sacramento Club of the Pacific Coast League. James A. Griffith has been elected Commodore of the Seattle Yacht Club. 'erwo QUEENS OF HEARTS" By Mickey Ahem (With Apologies to K. C. B.) Y.OU'VE SKEN the good type-- OF LADIES, I mean- IN EVERY town, or hamlet YOU'VE resided in. IN AVALON, we all know *** A LADY~ who, when ONE IS taken ill and CONFINED tO feverish AND LONELY hours IN BED, THIS GOOD soul cgn be seen .,$$ * F~RLY IN the morn, and QUITE LATE at night, *** RUSHING TO the sick-bed WITH A steaming bowl of STRENGTHENING broth, A BASKETFULL of warm words OF GOOD cheer, and a HEART I~RIMFUL of kindness. REGARDLESS OF color, race, OR CREED, all are her FRIENDS--be it stranger OR OLD resident. *** HER DAILY duties in her STORE ARE cast aside *** AND NEEDS must wait UNTIL THE ill are well. SHE'S ONE of the ladies *** 1 MEAN, and her station *** IN LIFE is amidst the WAGE-earners. AND, FROM year to year, ANOTHER good lady, OF A HIGHER plane of life, *** COMES TO Avalon to reign IN HER unassuming and GENTLE v a~ SHE AND HER good husband *** LOVE CATALINA Island and .ig* ITS LITTLE family of people, ~t ~t lm AND IN her position she IS ABLE to do, in a different WAY, A GOOD many kind deeds FOR THE sick and needy, also. "AND THE otfier day we learned ***_ THAT THE good lady was UP TO HER annual tricks, WHEN HOSPITAL necessities CAME HURRYING into Avalon AS THE result of her ENTHUSIASM and finances. *lit* SO, BETWEEN this democratic *** RICH LADY, and THE ENERGETIC other lady, I THINK Avalon is well FORTIFIED with strong WALLS OF kindness. DON'T YOU? if you like your home town,'tell" everybody about it. It must be worth liking or you wouldn't like it. And if it is worth liking it is worth talking about. But if you don't like it don't stop at that. Go to work and convert it into a town that you can like.Per- haps the one thing the town most needs may take root in your own brain. BONEF:-SH NOT HERE! Avalon, January 12, 1924. Dear Editor :- Can you inform me if it would be considered sportsmanlike to use a 39- line on a Bonefish ? BONEHEAD. (Editor's Note--Bonefish, like tar- pon, are not found in Catalina waters. Thirty-nine thread lines, Dr. Holder would tell us, if he was alive today, should not be used for fish weighing less than 1000 pounds. Giant bass weighing several hundred pounds have been lifted from the bottom of the sea with 24-thread lines. Bonefish, we un- derstand, are surface fighters, and do not weigh more than twelve to four- teen pounds.) Subscribe now--S2 per year. NOTICE INVITING BIDS FOR FURNISHING PUMPING ENGINE, CHEMICAL AND HOSE WAGON AND EQUIPMENT TO THE CITY OF AVALON, CALIFORNIA Public Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the City Clerk in said City of Avalon, Cal- ifornia, until 1:30 P. M. Friday, Feb- ruary 8th, 1924, for furnishing Pump- ing Engine, Chemical and Hose Wa- gon and Equipment to the City of Avalon according to specifications for the same adopted by the Board of Trustees of said City on the llth day of January, 1924, and on file in the City Clerk's office of said city and which said specifications are hereby referred to be made a part of this notice ard the terms and conditions stated in said specifications will be deemed a part of any bid made whether referred to in said bid or not. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified or cashier's check on some bank of the County of Los Angeles payable to the order of the President of the Board of Trustees of the City of Avalon, for a sum equal to 5 per- cent of the amount of bid as a guar- antee that the bidder will enter into the contract, if awarded to him, in con- foranity with his bid. The successful bidder will be requir- ed to give a bond in the amount of 25 percent of the contract price for the faithful performance of the con- tract under said specifications The Board of Trustees reserves the right to 'reject any and all bids. By order of the Board of Trustees of the City of Avalon, California, made at a regular meeting of said Board, January llth, 1924. F. M. TIDBALL, City Clerk. By S. C. Paterson, Deputy. THE CATALINA Have you a friend whom you like to receive a sample copy of Catalina Islander? Send us the and address. Subscribe now--S2 per year. ST {AN Wednesday, January 16 "SMASHING The greatest stunt picture ever With dare-devil Win. leading role. Also Hall Room Boys in "WEST IS EAST" Thursday, January 17 Neal Hart in "THE HEART OF A Young Western Manhood, Most Amazing Horsemanship, Also Christie Comedy "BABIES WELCOME" Friday, January 18 '`THE MAN and the From Elinor Glynn's Famous A love story you will love. Also Snub Pollard in "NEWLY RICH" Saturday, January 19 Dorothy Dalton playing a Western role in 'THE CRIMSON A big ranch story. Also Joe Rock in "MARK IT PAID" Sunday, January 20 Fighting Bill Duncan in "THE MAN OF MIGHT" An action play of Border Days Pirate Gold. Also Joe Rock in "SHIPWRECKED" Also ~NTERNATIONAL NEW Monday, January 21 Robert McKim and Clare Adams "THE GRAY DAWN" See San Francisco in the 49's. "HELPFUL HOGAN" Tuesday, January 22 Clang[ Clar/g! Clear the way for Hoot Gibson in "HOOK AND LADDER" It's a real thriller. Also, "GOLF MANIA" Also INTERNATIONAL Wednesday, January 23 Torn Kennedy in . "WITH NAKED FISTS." A. rapid fire drama of cattle --and a girl Also-- "THE COUNT" PRICES--i& 39, and 50 Cents. Children under 12 in Front Section WHILE YOU WAlT No need to do without your shoes_ a day while we make reparirs. C~ in, sit down and be comfortable and~ few minutes your repairs will be ma~ Yon bring 'am--We fix 'em 1 A PAYETTE'S SHOE SHOP AND SHINE PARLOR ~ V 109 Sumner Ave. Avalon, C~ 9' Catalina Islam Lo@e, LSA. z x ,/~ Meetsevery Friday Night of each m o~, -~-f2"k~--at 7:30 in Foresters Hall. Visi~ "~]~r brethren are welcme" I ( t