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SLAN IE CATALINA ISLANDER tER SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ~raneis E. Deschen'---"es, of Pasadena, Its the guest of C B Sanford for the )utcher ~Mr and Mr .. ;.:~" " s.R.J. Cope are occupy- ::e~ve~s their Metropole avenue home for ~rJshort time (" P~[ J. A. Wiborn an~rs. Wiborn wear ~.e spending a few weeks visiting jiends in Santa Barbara. and 0~,~ he side~~-'uests at the Tuna Club last week ic and|eluded Messrs. A. C. Brode, F. H. work~eed, R. J. Cope and Tom Mix. went ~ M to ~'..rs. C. E. Greeley, who has been s wer~stung friends in Pasadena for the g lamPrnter, returned home Wednesday. were ~ Mro T.- i,~ ,~. r~te Hudson of "Ye Waffle .mop' visited Los Angeles last week ~:dy g;~ is reported, on important business. FolkS| ,,Ma,, B__ ~ .-'7---7----~ . c~stey as reported to have every l~ade her first trip over the golf links, frle~g:t :loalY:r~nlasSi:tS?~dea.y makmg the Mr. and Mrs. M. F. McKinley of Ana were the guests of Mr. and D. L. Cullen of National Camp Monday and Tuesday of last week. Mrs. George Hoffinger of the "Seal Care returned Monday noon pleasant trip to visit her moth- at Los Angeles. George is an en- irely different person when she is lome. Mr. and Mrs. Lee O'Leary and dan- have taken up their residence one of the Dye apartments, on avenue. Mrs. O'Leary says feels nice to get back to the Island Mr. B. Wynns of Los Angeles is ,uilding an artistic bungalow on Cata- avenue near Beacon street. The -~ cost of the home will be COntractor W. J. Walton is do- the work. Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Manwaring have Come to Avalon for a week's stay at heir home here, bringing as their guest M. M. Schaffer of Pasadena, who lived in that city all her life, and this is her first visit to Catalina. promptly feU in love with the Is- Js has returned from M. Flannigan Angeles, where he went to have One of his eyes treated During the recent fire on Eucalyptus avenue he the discharge from a fire ex- straight in the eye, so ser- injuring it that he crossed the GONE BACK TO WORK "Mr. and Mrs. William Wrigley, Jr., left for Chicago last Thm'sday, to he in the east for a month. They expect to return to Avalon during the latter part of the Cubs training season. "I must go back and make more money," said Mr. Wrigley, Jr., with a laugh. "Why, i have spent two and a half millions since we arrived on the Pacific Coast last month. It takes money to buy boats, build 750 bungalettes and carry on the wttew project at Middle Ranch. The pro- perty does not owe a dime! ..... "We expect to operate three steamers daily between Avalon and the mainland during the coming summer ...... "Yes, we do see a wonderful fu- ture for Catalina Island. It's the most beautiful spot in all the world !" MOTHER SEAL HAS TWINS AND BECOMES FAMOUS By Science Service The first seal twins ever known to science have been reported to the U. S. Bureau of Fisheries at Washington, D.C. Commissioner Henry O'Malley has been informed by Assistant Agent E. M. Ball of Sitka, Alaska, that a mother seal with two pups has been killed at sea twenty miles off Biorka Island. The babies weighed five pounds, 11 ounces, and one pound, eight ounces. One had a good coat of hair, while the other was almost hairless. A normal seal pup weighs about six pounds and twelve ounces. Only natives in need of food are al- lowed to kill seals at sea. In the days before pelagic killing was made illegal the seals were threatened by extinc- tion on account of the wholesale slaughter of females before they had a chance to raise families. Now only males are killed for fur, and last year out of 32,000 animals taken, only 80 females were included by mistake. MATCH GAME m Quite a gathering of golf fans was out on the links last Sunday to witness a spectacular match between teams comprised of A. L. Laurance and A. N. Payette and Billie Price and Scotty Brown. Messrs. Laurance and Payette em- erged the victors with scores of 77 and 81 respectively, as against 91 for Price and 81 for Brown, for the eighteen holes. two weeks ago to have it The match was marked by generally after. He still wears a shield consistent play all around, Mr. Lau- to protect it from the light, but the rance playing a particularly masterful Physician assures him that the sight game in the afternoon round, increas- is not seriously affected, ing the lead of himself and partner from five strokes to fourteen at the ,ua~ ,- .Mrs. j. C. Dash delightfully enter- finish. "-'~ r~med the Esehscholtzta Iz~ _ Auction Other matches will no doubt be t~ BridgeClublast Saturday afternoon,hatched up as a result of this one, and ~ Those_playing cards were~ Mrs. Clar- Manager Beesley is already at work T~ ~nce Bunnelle, Mrs. Clara Laurance,compiling handicaps and arranging z~ ~rs. George Greene, Mrs. Harry Pitts, foursomes. .~ rs. W. H Mead an t~ gU - ' d Mrs. Meads lad a,,es?, Mrs. Emma M. Carson, M.D.,It looks like the Norwegian team t~ les~ ~rs: A. E. Johnson of Los Ange- would be victor at the Olympian games ,U~ D " ~rs. Lauranee made high score,at Chamonix, France. Up to February amty refreshments were served. 2nd they had secured 91~ points, Fin- "-~ Mrs. Greene will be hostess at theland 76~, Austria 25, United States 21, j next trteeting of the club. Sweeden 20, Great Britain 19, France I -------~--. 15, Switzerland 14, Czecho-Slavokia 6, Subscribe now---S2 per year. Beigium 2, Canada 1. ,- PAGE SEVEN "THE SQUIRE" TALKS ABOUT MIAMI BEACH My Dear Editor : You are so accustomed to receiving letters praising the beauties .of your wonderful Island that, in my estima- tion, it would be beneficial to you, and possibly interesting to your readers, to know that there are other places in our country where the same amount of energy has made a sand spit into an attractive resort. I do not intend making any comparisons, or to write anything derogatory about either re- sort, there is such a great difference between them, and plenty of admirers of both. Miami Beach, during my visits there, I was informed that about eight years ago this was a sand-spit. A tract of 100 acres, mainly water, was bought by a syndicate headed by Carl. Fisher, who has been and is today the force in this enterprise. Possibly ten acres was all the land, balance under water. They drove piles, planked them, and then pumped sand back of them to make land; planted innumerable trees and shrubs, laid out streets and other improvements. Being about three miles away--by water--from Miami proper, they built a causeway connect- ing therewith. Today they have nu- merous residences, apartment houses, estates, and at least six hotels, each having from 100 to 1000 rooms; an aquarium, the best in the country, and the bathing beaches are numer- ous. One not knowing would not believe it possible that all this could have been accomplished in such a few years. The season lasts about four months. You are amazed when you compare the investment with the short season, While dollars have paid for the work, the foresight and energy has been and is the main force in the Miami Beach --as it is in Catalina. As I have written, I make no com- parisons. We all admire enterprise, and especially results. When it comes to preferences, I have spent two sea- sons at Miami Beach, about fifteen at Catalina, and hope to be on the Island for as many more. THE SQUIRE. WANTED, RUBBER NEWSPAPER Our baseball "dope" from Brother [rving Vaughn of Chicago was left out of this issue to give space to the legal advertising from the City of Avalon, as was another article on "Light Tackle Fishing." Editing a newspaper when we have too much "copy" always re- minds us of the story of" the old lady who wasn't used to entertaining "com- pany." She asked everybody to "din- ner," after placing the food very care- fully on the table. A short time later she walked into the dining room and said: "My, my. You all finished? I'm glad I just guessed it !" Sometimes we wish the newspaper was printed on rubber, so that we could expand and contract it. Yes, it's either a "feast or a famine." At Chamonix, France, January 29, in the Olympic games, the English hockey team defeated the French 15 to 2, and the Canadians ran away with the Swiss team, 22 to 0. The work of putting in a retaining wall is now being carried out on the lot purchased by P. West on Maiden Lane. The work on F. H. Reed's new home ot~-Crescent avenue is going strong, and it will undoubtedly be quite a show place when completed. Charles A. Fellows of Los Angeles is about to start building his new home on Crescent avenue. He recently pur- chased a very desirable lot from Her- bert Earlscliff. A couple of interesting legal an- nouncements are published on page eleven of this issue--one relating to the improvement of a portion of Ma- rilla avenue, and the other to the pro- posed enlargement of the municipal pleasure pier. For a couple of days last week the pupils of the Catalina high school had a vacation from their studies. Quite a number of the students were vaccin- ated by Dr. Baker. All of them re- port that they are feeling in the very best of health. We received a clipping last week from Brother Joe Welsh of Pasadena, giving us the rainfall at Glasgow, Scotland. Thanks, Brother Joe. We'd be glad to donate a five spot to see a "Scotch Mist" at Catalina. Such a rain would be worth millions to Cali- fornia. As next Sunday is being generally observed as Lincoln Sunday, on ac- count of being the Sunday preceeding his birthday, "Abraham Lincoln's Character and Faith" will be the morning sermon topic of Rev. LaRue C. Watson at the Communtiy Church (Congregational). The evening sermon subject will be "America's Challenge," based on a very effective pageant which the speaker recently witnessed in a Los Angeles church. THE ISLANDER ADLETS ADLET RATES--Ten cents per line per issue. Minimum charge, 25 cts. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Notice is hereby given of dissolution of partnership between Lucile Stevens and Rozika Trippe of the Avalon Beauty Shoppe, and I, Lucile Stevens, will not be responsible for any debts incurred after January 29th, 1924. LUCILE STEVENS. For Rent--Furnished cottage, 330 Whittley Avenue. 4-7 Advanced Music Lessons--Doris Car- ver Chilcott, graduate of New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, and holding California State High School certificate, will give advanced lessons in piano, harmony and theory. Stu- dents interested make appointments at Carver apartments, February 5th and 6th. 3-4 For Sale--Two-story stucco resi- dence, situated at No. 322 Catalina avenue. Price $10,000. See Real Es- tate Department, S. C. I. Co~ 3-7 For Sale or Ezduml~-Three cot- tages; Large lot, would take cottage or lot as first payment. Call 363 Sum- ner avenue. 52 For Rent -Furnished flat, four rooms, bath and kitchen. A nice sun porch, Apply 316 Metropole avenue. 39tf Arne Borge, Sweden, broke world's record one-mile swim at Sydney, N. S. W., January 30. He covered the dis- tahoe in 22 minutes, 34 seconds. For Salt--Corner lot, 47 ft. on Bea- con st. and 40 ft. on Whittley av. A fine view of town, bay, mainland and mountains. Price ~ cash or terms. Call 122 Claressa avenue, Avalon. 33tf