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CATALINA ISLANDER PAGE THREE "S GREAT STORY A LUCKY CALIPH By G. W. Axelson Writer of the Chicago Even- ing Journal there was a Caliph who didn't tn Bagdad. lte had so nnleh that be was never happy un- picked a Loser. He only smiled he drew a Blank but this hap- so seldom that life was just one after another. sat in the game with a marked against him and drew a royal against four kings while the COUrsed down his cheeks. The loft bulged with unclipped cou- s and the joists sagged beneath the gold and precious stones with in sight. the most unhappy of Mortals," to his Grand Vizier who had the palace of his own from the hange which had dropped thru in the treasure ~ault. "See ght.I haven't smiled since my ~ru" _ llhnery bill came in and unless can produce a Laughing gas, off YOnr head." Vizier hearing the connnand many things. He eatalogu- Sure Tips he had ever of and took off forty pounds try- conjure up others, but there danger of even a Sure Thing once in a million times, 'esides, he had some personal How ridiculous he would look It a head. he hit upon something new. start an /co Factory ior the Irrtaus and make the Caliph the Stock Holder. To offset any of failure he got the con- for Radiators in Mesopotamia. telped to flatten out his corru- until the Returns came in. set in in Greenland and the paid a Royalty for being al- to sit on the ice. Snow feil on for the first time since ~ent to the DressMaker, and the refused to take more than ~rcent m income tax from the declared. Vizier thought of his head and Vie 'knew what w.ouhl the Certificates would ~n~and as a last resort he decided the Joint. Setting sail he de- the' wind and water to hma' trom his native land. lany perilous experiefices he a, rock bound coast with per- cliffs. Landing with diffi- explored its wastes and dis- t..to be an is/and. he erie(l, "to thus perish shove from the flesh Caliph and the grape juice Serves me right for think- ~iach of my head." .He stopped aloud..Gone mad ? Not he Big Idea had percolated top knot. Potentate," mmnbled the as he kneeled before the Caliph, ried an extra grouch from un- securities. rne one more chance, Light of he pleaded as he raised q) on his forehead from the floor. "1 have it. Just the Greatness has been look- It is cheap at the price and I that it will cost you more than paying Alimony." bttt none of your invest- again,,' warned the Caliph. ed on Page 10, Colunm 2) "ISLE OF WESTERN SEA" By Harriet A. Waldman Catalina, Isle of western sea, All admit the perfect euphony That's revealed when humans breathe thy name, And afar hath spread thy beauty's fame, Leading tourists to thy pebbled shore. In the days to come--when lines galore No advertisement of thee withoht, All will treat the-~ as of purest goht. Riverside, California. JUST A LETTER From James U. Marsh Dear Windle : The Islander came here today. I ran through its pages, and found an array Of bright, snappy items; the news of the clay, And the doings of peollle along Crescent Way. [ see that the Cubs are now "doing their egg." Will Wrigley will purchase, buihl, borrow or beg Enough steamboats and harbors, though it takes a leg, And keeps you all busy as a top on its peg. The Yacht Club will open the fifteenth of May, Friend Wahlman is building well up from the bay; "/'he cute little church is re-papered, you say, And they're planting flowers out Catherine Way. The poems are good, and the jokes are not tough; There's always a kick in "psychology stuff;" Of live advertising there's surely enough To keep the wolf outside from getting rough. 1 enjoyed it all, and then took a whim To drop you a line, as my chances are slim Of seeing you soon--I have no Uncle Binl-- And signing myself Most sincerely yours, Jim. Los Angeles, Calif., March 14th, 1924. THE RIGHT SIDE San Pedro, Calif., March 15, 1924. Editor Catalina Islander: One day I was talking to our oht friend Jack Merkeley, and he made the statement that you often heard the expression "that there are two sides to every question ;" but, from ex- perience, he had often found that there were three--as follows: Your side, my side, and the right side. 1 was struck by the truth in his statement, which bCcame the inspiration of the follow- ing: THE OTHER SIDE By J. M. R. That each question is two-sided ls a fact, and all agree That we should not be too hasty, But should try both sides to see. All are prone to do nmch talking, And we often argue long On some small and trival matter When both sides are in the wrong. Should we clear our blinded vision When we try both sides to see, 1 am sure we'd oft discover That instead of two there's three. Yon will find the first side your side; That the next belongs to me, And the third side is the right side-- Or the way it ought to be. SERVICE OF SONG A special service of songs will in- itiate the new song books at the Com- munity (Congregational) Church at 7 p. m., next Sunday. There will be an unusual amount of singing by the con- gregation and several special numbers, all taken from the new book. The pastor's brief talk will discuss nmsic in connection with religion. The pub- lic is invited to enjoy this service. Write to the Catalina Light Tackle Club, P. O. Box 14, Avalon, California, for information about sea angling.' Rene Montel is a very busy man these clays, fitting up the IIremises to be occupied by his restaurant this sea- son, in the Lefavor building, at the corner of Sumner avenue and mtwater alley. Perhaps you have found someone wearing a Catalina Light Tackle Club button. If so, tell us about it. There are f~00 buttons out in the world--somewhere. We want to keep in touch with the C. L. T. C. members. Thank you. Clothes DO Not Make the Man but they do help him to make good impressions. There is satisfaction in al- ways appearing well dressed. Suits made at City Prices. MARTIN HALL Merchant Tailor Avalon California Roofs Repaired Phone Avalon $7 C.C. W.B. MELBOURNE & CULLEN PAINTING, DECORATING PAPERHANGING 229 Metropole Ave. Avalon WILL TRADE FOR AVALON PROPERTY 720 Acres--Covered with Virgin Timber---Dent County, Missouri. Address, C. E. PERRIN Avalon California Renew your subscription to The Catalina Islander, $2 per year. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN AVALON REAL ESTATE GET IN TOUCH WITH A. L. LAURANCE WITH SANTA CATALINA ISLAND CO. "Nice Sweet Oranges" Direct From Orchard AVALON. CALIFORNIA 12 cents to 60 cents per dozen 116 Catalina Avenue FREE DELIVERY Phone 31