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PAGE TWO THE CATALINA f k Twenty years ago split bamboo SHAVER RODS made an instant hit and stca[tily improved until the limit of that style of construction was reached and fonnd wanting for real heavy duty fishing, l:cw the past three years the pantented SHAVER DUALWOOD RODS have been used and heartily indorsed by such famous sea anglers as Zane Grey, Keith Spalding, Harry W. Adams, Ed. Featherstone, H. J. Mallen, A. R. Martin, Geo. C. Thomas Jr. and many others. Todav the SHOP O' SHAVER at 233 West 42nd Street, Los Angeles, announces TRUSSBILT Guaranteed to be WORLD'S STRONGEST ROD ever built for its weight Built in Tuna Club regulation light and heavy tackle sizes. Patent- ed July 1926--other patents pending. / VIS T T E SILVE MINE ta Sight Seeing Cars Leave office on Crescent Avenue every morning at 10 o'clock. SEE THE MINERS AT WORK Make reservations at the office of CATALINA JAUNTING CAR COMPANY Crescent Avenue, Opposite Boos Bros. [ Tel iji'LDING COb TRAdi w We Design, auildoand Rep plir?M.N.DSeNmentWork a Specialty Herbert R. Baker "Nothing hut th~ best'.____--' i S. E. CarPenter For Rent at Reasonable Prices Martha E. Glidden, Proprietor (Mrs. Seth Glidden) Look for the Sign of The Big Curio Store H. D. MacRae Co. CATALINA SWORDFISH.TUNA REEL The Highest Grade Reel E'er Made--Guaranteed Forever Made ;'~ Three sizes: 4-0, 6-0, and 9-0 Patented I, A, COXE 411 Molino St. Los Angeles Mrs. C. B. PARKER, Taxidermist AVALON, CALIFORNIA Careful Mounting of Catalina Fish a Specialty FOR INFORIIIATION SEE A. L. LAURANCE RENTALS INSURANCE Atwater Hotel Bldg. NOTARY PUBLIC Phones 147 and 64-W THE HUMANITY SIDE OF A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX ~,\,'t' have it on very good authc,t'ity that "all the world's a stage," and if this be true, those who are in charge of bank safe deposit vauhs have a real opportunity to study the actors in some of their most interesting roles, according to Mrs. H. H-. Alexander, Malla~er of the Cataliam Island Branch of the Pacific-Southwest Trust & Sav- ings Ilank. "Safe deposit custodians seem to en- ter into a more inti,nate relationship with their customers than other bank officials, and have themselves ques- tioned about matters of law, confided in about love affairs, consuhed about matrimonial difficulties, and generally looked upon as 'guide, counsellor and friend,' said Mrs. Alexander. "All phases of huntan life pass he- fore us. The young man who has just been promoted to 'a desk' and now has a hank book and perhaps a bond or two, must have a safe place to keep them, and some time later perhaps will show us the' ring he has just bought for 'the only girl.' "There is the stenographer who must have a place to keep her letters safe- ly, and who possibly changes her name s,m~e time later but asks us to send her bill to the office address 'because her folks do not know that she is married.' Or again, the married wo- man whose matrimonial bark has been shipwrecked, brings down the key to her husband's safe deposit box and tries to bribe us to allow her access, so that she may secure letters from 'that other wontan' to 'the beast.' " "S,,metimes a box will be .pened, and the old treasures taken out and handled tenderly and tearfully; a lock of hair, a package of letters tied with a faded rihbcm, a photograpll or tw,~ and some trinkets, worn by some h,ved one llOV~" passed away. "~ollle tilne ago, a young nlall lellt- ed a h~x. He seemed ~ery much de- pressed, and told the attendant that his fiancee had just broken the en- gagenlent and his heart at the same time. But a sad snfile crept over his face as he said he had managed to get back his $1,000.00 engagement ring. So all was not lost. "And so, as the Scroll of Life un- rolls, with its touches of comedy, pa- thos and tragedy, the safe deposit at- "tendant. representing the great insti- tution which he serves, sta'nds ready to guard, to counsel or console. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA Strange :is it may see of fish comes into Los Usually it is salted, form, and comes from vian countries. HoWcv~ S~,ulhwest firm recently credits covering ship: mackerel from able to sell these at of Ihe number of waters is rather THE CATALINA The Catalina correspondence on chological nature. t" The Samples Styles are Your Next If it is a D be better Davis Clothes measured, ally tailor, virgin fi! and quality, clothing val.ue Six day servtO amination, faction or Pl'ices, $29.50, $34.75 C.A. Box 1440 Drop a card and samples to your home--any evening' Fresh Bulk Candies Assorted Hard DelicloW Chocolate ISLAN[i (Serial UNITED Los February Notice is hereby Visel of 4121 San California, the Valentine, has tion to locate under t ) EDUCATIONAL NOTES proved April 5, 1872, Commencing at Phone Westmore 1169 PRIVATE AMBULANCE Male students at the University ofstake, whence, fl dock in Isthmus IVY 14I. OVERHOLZER California at Los Angeles have found S. 37 degrees, 30 whence Bird Roc FUNERAL DIRECTOR that about $60 a month will see themminutes W. 4336 through college safely if not always 0 minutes E. 174.5 S. 58 degrees 5 comfortably. But this $60 a month, Cor. No. 3; thenct Lady Attendant Los Angeles, California according to the students answering E. 103.45 Ft. to ' degrees 30 minutes i the questionaire, covers merelythe 5; thence N. 5 de; Ft. to Cor. No. 6; PHONE AVALON 16-d PHONE WllrrMORI ||69 bare living essentials. Nevertheless, minutes W. 71.4 Ft.. AVALON CAI- |7|9 SO. FLOWER ST. quite a number of the male students N. 52 degrees 50 rm Cor. No. 8; thence ' " Los ANaE-ES who are paying their own way thru utes W. 109.75 Ft. JAMES and McMINN. REPRESENTATIVES OF the c i sx'Tn'ver~'ty are making this $50 N. 82 degrees 10 r Cor. No. 10" thence OVERHOI .: per month suffice for their needs. W. 23.7 Ft.'to Cor. ginning, which tract, r FUNERAL DIRECTOR Kegistration for the spring semesterisland, containing at the University ended last week with should be descrbed , as Lot l, See. 30, THE AVALOH TRANSFER C0. BAGGAGE CHECKED AT YOUR HOME TO DESTINATION Storage- Packing and Unpacking P M. L.. JAIMarl J. IS'. MCMINN a total enrollment of 5198 students, a M., California. Any and all figure materially in excess of the re- lands described or gistration totals for the spring semes- of the mineral " any other reason, to ter at this time last year. cant, should file their this office, on or I~ THE CATALINA IILANOER March. 1927. Come to-Catalina for the rest of Non-~oal. No withdrawals. your life. Good in whichever sense you choose to take it. 7-11