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PAGE TWELVE m Refi Crude Saturday, Feb. 15 to Saturday, Feb. 22 Exceptional Values in Houseware Items Glass Cannister Set, ...................................................... 5 for..$1.00 Covered Ramekins ............................................................. . 6 for $1.00 Kitchen Stools ................................................................................. $1.00 Rotary Colander Sieve ................................................................. $1.00 Vegetable Bin .................................................................................... $1.00 Kitchen Shears ("Stainless") ................................................. $1.00 Garbage Can ("Large Size") ................................................. $1.00 Bird Cage Stand .................................................................................. $1.00 Household Axe ....................................................................................... $1.00 Sink Strainers, "Sanette" .............................................................. $1.00 Hand Drill .......................................................................................... $1.00 Baby Bath Tub, White Enamel ................................................. $1.00 Ladies Garden Shovel .................................................................... $1.00 Food Grater ................................................................................. $].00 MANY Other Household NEEDS at a SAVING CATALINA HABUWAHE COMPANY No Phone Orders Accepted on Specials. PHONE 400 125 METROPOLE AVE. Which One ? He: "Has a fish got a brain ?" She: "What kind of a fish (to you nloan ?', Tough : "I'na the original hard boiled guy in this town." Smooth: "Wait a minute, mister, and I'll get my little rock-crusher." Hotshot: "Why do you call her 'Hives ?' " Coldspot : " 'Cause she's always threatening to do something rash"-- Exchange. Some of the wives who think that their husbands lack ambition should see some of the women the husbands think they could marry now, if they were only free to do so. One Scotsman met another and said to him, "How's the world treating you, Sandy ?" Sandy replied, "Very seldom, sir, S " r " very .eldom. --Magazine Programm< # Comparisons "I love the simple things of life !" "Your psychology is all wrong. You should love the big things of life and then you wouldn't be so self saris- fled." Outgeneralled Someone Hardboiled : "How did you get your job ?" Flapper: "Same way as you got your second husband. Stole it."--Ex- change. Officer (referring to member of crew who was picked up after being in the water for over an hour): "Is he all right?" Sailor : "Yes, sir, 'cept that h.~ seems to 'ave lost 'is sense of hu- F~II~I'-- ,.llq~lli~ -LIIq~llc'"--'---~l~le~~O mour !"--Exchange. T r " " each'e : Who ts the smartest man living ?" p 4, upfl: Thomas A. Edison. He m vented the phonograph and the radio so people would stay up all night and use his electric light globes."--P. E. Magazine. Doctor: "This is a very sad case. I am afraid your wife's mind is com- pletely gone." Husband: "I am not a bit sur- prised. She has been giving me a piece of it every day for the last fif- teen years !'--Magazine Programme. ---FOR THE LADLES-- .~,d then there was the Scotchman who, when standing on the pier im- mediately after his arrival in New York, saw the deep sea diver come to the surface, whereupon he re- marked: "Well, if I had thought of that, I would have walked over my- -Full fashioned of Bemburg-- self."--P. E. Magazine. beautiful and long wearing. We A Football Story The story is going around about a have them in all the new shades football player in a small college who w-~vg~l,,t['ll(~ was unusually dumb. To the surprise priced at of everyone he passed all of his work, including a special examination in chemistry. I One of the instructors asked the I chemistry professor how it was pos- sible that he passed chemistry. The ch.emistry professor said, "I decided that I would let him pass if he an- swered 50 per cent of the questions correctly. . 9 h i' Ia a~erde d hwi ~; ntgTo n q uhe, s t 122:~e r n~ ltV.VWOOD s I18 Sumner Avenue Opposite Atwatar Hotel OFFICIAL OUTFITTERS BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA I right. Therefore, I let him pass. "The first questioa was, 'What col- or is blue vitriol ?' He answered 'Pink.That time he was wrong. "The other question was, 'How do you make sulphuric acid?' He an- swered that he didn't know. That time he was right."--Kreolite News See California first. THE CATALINA Knew the Symptoms Neighbor : "Your husband quiet and home-loving man, "Yes, every time he's too hatching up some kind of ~11 bombshell to throw at me time we quarrel." No Comeback He: "Did you get my.., last week ?" She: "Yes, and I want to tt for the check you enclosed. the other name and cashedi bank this morning." Mother : "His head is with facts and information a bit of use to him." Father: "Well, since his to be stuffed with somet.hltag, have it full of 'dead facts' tl of live gossip and scandal, out of his mouth all the tinae. Electric Agitation Electrician : "There is the organic cell." Literary Student: "Shut ttl do you know about electricity Electrician : "Nothing; had a crack on the dome, me See electric stars." At every feast remembor two guests to be body and the soul . What : the body you pres.ently lose, you give the soul remains Epictetus. Journalist : "[ want you rate the interior of my hot must toll you I cannot pay til next year. When will yott Decorator : "Next year."-" Gazette. Our "adlet" column helps. See this e ;rl( isl >In From mile.high Mt. Low, scenic ride from Los Angeles, down on one of the most sights in the west. The Angeles and fifty-five other ifornia cities spread their over a sngle panorama square miles. Spacious Mt. Lowe Ta' cottages, is headquarters for high horseback rides .... s cry taste ....in a setting ble beauty. Five trains to Mt. Lowe :Round trip from Los Angeles Pasadena, $2.15. Two fare, four meals and lodging, Phone '.PUcker 7272, or v SMITH, Passenger Traffic M Angeles, for further information' tit. Lo**f PACIFIC ELECTRIC flY'