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February 20, 1924     The Catalina Islander
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February 20, 1924

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E P.G ..G.T I ~ Start the season right-- DEAD FISH NOT ALWAYS I ] Use Ashaway Lines AS DEAD AS THEY SEEM [ , THE i : ontin ] i ~ ~/~-~ They, have ,given service (By Scien-n~e Service), ] LATEST MAGAZINES {the sc [ lI ~ ~~-J-: and satisfaction for ninety- .4. dead fish sometimes isn t. That tnt is ~ , nine years ' ] ARE HERE ha ..., -.. ~ ........ I IIi ~_@ ~))I~ They are used by anglers is a conclusion derived from experi- ments conducted at the Atlantic BiD- / ~the, I lI everywhere. ,i,== h O;be he :Swas ka logical Sta.on at St. Andrews, B, '- rovi by Dr. W. S. Britton, on the degree of Ashaway Line and he t or cold a fish can withstand. / FINEST PIPES IN THI I sers I I I ~ Twine Mfg. Co. They n, ay be chilled to the extent that , Fgro r, their hearts stop beating, and the whole / WORLD--ARE HERE ~orak I 1 1 I "ppho:"~ I I I ~ Ashaway, R.I., U.S.A. whole body stiff and nmnb, and then, / ~__ --------------- . Etablkhd 1824 if the teml)erature be raised, soon be / ,,.d~I~erzO up and frisking about their business. ]THE CATALINA ISLANDI e ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::ii flounder,The experimentScod, skate,Wereetc.,perfrmedwhich weren ] AND THE LOS ANGELI/;: { he,ES|ngs c I Your tour of California Should Include i[ living normally in a tank of water hay- / DALLY PAPERS HERE s F,n,, 'zl ing a temperature of about 65 degrees I """" ...... [.OWE i[ . Fahrenheit. From this they were / EVERY DAY ~iver, I MOUNT transferred to cooling or warming II ALL THE --WELL 'lql:I~e{kchob'om tanks, the temperature of the water ! KNOWlq a being gradually lowered or raised. In this the fish could survive for a short BEST BRANDS OF m" " HIGH time. Regardless of whether the cool- ~E "teo i --- " "-- MILE ~ {[ {The | !A Scenm Trip Worth While I[ .inglast WaSorganSlOWto Orsuccumb.SUdden, Theythey woUldwere I' YouRCIGARSFAVORITE rom . gradually stiffen. The heart was the I ~llad I From the Heart of Los Angeles through ii I I Beautiful Pasadena and Altadena [[ kept in the water in this condition I CHEWING OR SMOKING rth ;]eadin for from one to several hours, after I' TOBACCO I i! ! [! which they could be resuscitated by I -- tlati ~renc S raising the temperature. I YE ALPINE TAVERN The opposite extreme was 80 degrees ! and Cottages ]i Fahrenheit. With the gradual increase IOUR CANDY IS ALWAYS Sew / Excellent Acomodations at R.asonable Rates ~i of temperature the fish showed rest- I FRESH AND THE BEST LP2r lessness and excitability. At 75 de- I I I Secure Illustrated Folders at Information Bureaus !i ifgreeSthe respiration became difficult,'this but [ ~ ~he-~ ..... !i water , as kept at point a / i gradual adjustment took place, and the/ ~hat PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY alongwhenqUiteincreased,ComfortablYhowever,after WINDLE'S ~ ped beating. The fish could be revived EWS ,a! by lowering the temperature of the i -" water or transferring them to a cool- / STAND "er tank. [~h'ei] CLEANING PRESS'ING Renew your subscription to The- / Opposite Boos Brs. ~t:a: Catalina Islander, $2 per year. / Next S. C. I. Co.'s Office ~rop~ AI LOFe [stru "1" ING Catalina will give you the rest of L.~~pea~ your life. Come to Catalina. ~ivie~ To Your Personal Satlsfa6tlon The St. Louis Sporting News is on mll/mll~i:h: sale at Windle's News Stand. * dot !i The Pressing that Lasts See B. R. SCOTT Tarpon, Tuna, Deep Sea or Ocean Reel The Reel That Made the Taking of Large Game Fish a Real Sport FOR SALE BY H. D. MacRAE COMPANY, AVALON, CATALINA ISLAND TUFTS-LYONS COMPANY, LOS ANGELES B. H. DYAS COMPANY, LOS ANGELES ELLERY ARMS COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO OR ANY OTHER DEALER, OR DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURER, LOCAL TIME AND TIDE TABLE me: a Tides are placed in order of occurrence. ~ An Comparison will show high and low Light figures a. m. black figures p. 2n. i! of FEB RUAll~i C d wa Th 21 .......... 3:20 ...o. ,o,, atalina lslan i F 22 ......... 4~61106'4:18 ---0.54:3911~!i ~! O9 ~' --0~ Steamer Schedul~ s 23 .......... 4:47 11;0.15:13 11;4.1 0.2 . Effective February I, 1924 Su 24 .......... 5039 11:51 5:51 ......... 0.9 540 0.8 M 25 ........ 12:286 12:5$ 6".,-3~i DALLY SERVICE Tu 2{) .......... 1524 81X0 2..~3 1.3 Lv. P. E. Sta., Los Angeles .... 9:00a.tli,! 7:3Z Lv, HarboL Wilmington ....... 10:00a.~ 5.4 W 27 ......... 2:31 9 4:i6 $1S9 At.-Avalon, Catalina Island...12 :25 p.ffl' ~ 3.7 5.4 0.8 3.5 2.3 Lv. Avalon ............................... 3:30 p. t~ STORM VAR-NINGS Ar. L. a. Harbor .................... 5:50 p. ~ i Ar. L. A., P. E. Station .......... 6:45p.ff~ (Wilmington Transportation Corrl" pany reserves right to change sched" ............ ~ .................... ule without notice.) Through cars from and to Pasadena Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.! Edward 92 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK CATALOGUE NO. 18 SENT ON REQUEST. Flags with perpendicular lines, Red; small squares, Black; other flags, White. AVALON POSTOFFICE Mail is due to arrive daily, except Sunday, at 12:25 p. m. Mail departs daily, except Sunday, at 3:30 p. m. Outgoing mail closes at the postoffice at 3:00 p. m. The postoffice is open daily, except Sunday and holidays, from 8 a. m. to 5:00 p. m.---except while the mail is being distributed immediately after its arrival. Park your automobile in Catalina i Terminal, Wilmington, foot of Canal.! Avenue. 75c per day. :~ Wilminolon Transporlalion I;ompanY ! i i