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~i~~ i: i! i l i PAGE TWO WILL "DISCONTENTED" GENTLEMAN ANSWER FEW QUESTIONS NOW? THE CHICAGO CUBS HAVE A NEW MASCOT (Continued from Page 1, Column 3) Write to the Catalina Light Tackle Club, P. O. Box 14, Avalon, California, for information about sea angling. be and is hereby located at the City Hall on the Westerly side of Metro- pole Avenue between Beacon Street and Crescent Avenue in said City of Avalon, and the Board of Election ap- pointed for such general municipal election is as follows: Inspector: John H. Wegrnann. Judge: Mrs. Marguerite Fisher. Clerks: Mrs. Lueille M. Ellard, Mrs. Theresa A. McKay. The polls will be open between the hours of 6 o'clock A. M. and 7 o'clock P.M. Dated March 3rd, 1924. ETHEL D. KILGOUR, City Clerk of the City of Avalon. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Baldwin, Mr. P. C. Mc- Dowell, the host and hostess and their young daughter, Emily Louise. Mrs. Harold Stamford had planned an elaborate dinner party, which had to be cancelled owing to the sudden illness of Mrs. Stamford. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Jennings also entertained in honor of the departing young lady. A portion of the evening was spent in dancing at the Casino, while games at the home of the host and hostess filled out the balance of a pleasant evening. The St. Louis Sporting News is on sale at Windle's News Stand. Watch the world come to Catalina. Also "DAY DREAMS" s0 c'.ts. Children under 12 in First Section 10c [L[CtRIG SURLt[,S ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBES STAND LAMPS PORCH LIGHTS CEILING LIGHTS Motors for Sewing Machlnws We Are Agents for ROYAL ELECTRIC CLEANER THOR WASHING MACHINE ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER J. M. FLANNIGAN NEW BUNGALETTE: BUILDING 607 CREBCENT AVENUE Atto,r.ney at Law IOS1 C. . lNmmen lundgM~ Brudw~ at re#Jib |readvsy ~686 Los Angoloa, ~ , ,, , J Your Wants .moolhly attended to at the Atwater Hotel Barber Sh Pil the purpose of holding said election, the boundaries of which said precinct are the exterior boundaries of tk< City of Avalon and the polling place shall City Treasurer and City Clerk. There will be one voting precinct for for the full term of four years, (Continued from Page 1, Column 1) was a replica of the antelope's, its dis- J~ ~ ~ m tition in person to the War Depart- position that of a poodledog puppy, : -J,-'~ ~ Face Powder tu ment at Los Angeles. A few issues and its ready adoption of a nippled -- Toilet Water .................. $1 and:la ago we published the names of the bottle instead of the maternal fount Talcum Powder .......................... 3~ men who were sponsoring the propos.- was a thing of joy. A casual finger Lip Stick ....................................... i ed yachting headquarters, became an instant substitute for the Brilliantine .................................... b We have a copy of your letter filedbottle, and a thumb was a toothsome ~ ill with the War Department. delight. For the future mascot was AVALON DRU(i There is no other signature on it growing a set of teeth the fourth day 405 Crescent Avenue but that of "Yours truly, Joseph Me- from its nativity--six of them, teeth, ~ :t not davs. - S The Catahna Islander Is not o- It tangles itself anlong Andy's vari- Loll Curios an~ Souverl| i,n' tile" to anyone. Questions of publicous legs while that trainer de luxe service can always be discussed in our massages aching muscles, forcing the Look for the Sign of : open forum, athletes to come to Andv as Andy t The D_* Curio" ~it fears to move and jeopardize the peace Dig St, ,, BIG PENANT CHAStEns of mind of his protege. With its bow H.D. MacRae Co. *'~ NOW HOMWARD BOUND of pink ribbon, its sassy tail vibrating ~ in unison to its plaintive b-l-a-h, it is ~ le (Continued from Page 1, Column 2) the works of the bathhouse. LYLE PENDEGAST It has adopted Hack Miller in loco steamship Avalon. Was that a mistyparentis, and that athlete has begun Attorney at La :i look" in their eyes ? Wednesday night putting it through a Heidelberg course they had all told the Islander reporter, of gymnastics. At command, the kid " 1@31 Title Insurance Buildits f confidentally, that their "hearts were gives a wild jump for Hack's broad Lot Angeles Phone, M~tt hq too heavy" to write a farewell letter. Hard-working Bill Killefer was thelap, and stumbles aboard on the sec- ~ a last man to go on board. " ond or third trial. Hack will be in left ~ g~ field for the Cubs this year, remove all ERNEST WINDLI : HOWmen?,,mUChwe dOeSaskedit cost to condition doubt on that point, and with him will 8kU J_ __ n~ n_|] the ,, be the official mascot kid, ready by mozary eUn,, Thirty thousand dollars, he replied. "The hustling spirit is fifty percent of that time to butt him into the bleach- I.~al ~to ~ms any ball team, and we've got that! ers if he fails in a throw to the plate. Prom@tl~ 8rxoeetod 1.170s "You might say in your paper that King Bill will attend to the trans- NewsSlaod,0pp. Boos Bros. ~fe~!dl.~ portation of thekid to Cubs' park. -~F'ei we all appreciate the good fellowship ALON C of the people of Avalon, and I just Andy has named it Joe Bush, a title d,, indignantly repudiated bv the team. The AV can t say enough' about Catalina and Joe Bush is a memory of early train- Dan Ostoich, Prop~etor [~ry' Mr. Wrigley's hospitality." ing days, before Manager Bill re- 403 CRESCENT AVENUE ~ h COMMUN named him Abe. And the official re- Good Food, Well Cooked anal naming of the mascot must come in a GROWING IN AVALON like manner. Some one will call him Neatly Served. ~A (Continued from Page 1. Column 4) "King Billy" some day--and the name Marcel Waving Mani ,~e will stick. rc a man or woman might be had noth- ing to do with it. All were there to" MISS NO~ ~J~AUTY ~g~A~LO~rr~t let the boys know they were there for RETURNS TO ENGLAND HOTEL ST. CATHERINE |ar~ them, and--what could be better than - Open All the Year Jar, (Sub Lohy) Phone for Appoint'I" that ? After spending several months visit- MISS E. DUNMAN Avalo~ar ing and touring Southern California, ar The opening of the new Avalon thea- goodly part of the time being spent" , ~,~par Ire at Avon Park was greeted with an on Catalina Island as the guest of her ~0 attendance of over seven hundred. The grandmother, Airs. Jane Stamford, O.W. COLE r~ picture was "Little Old New York."Miss Nora Thirsk has gone to the . . Manager Williamson, owner of the mainland, where she will spend a few vamtmg, oec0rauw* Grand Theatre in Winter, is to be con- days before departing for New York, 201 Metropole/Avenue [!~r gratulated upon having two of the fin- whence she will sail the last of the Avalon, California ~l~!~~ est picture houses irf America.--Flor- month on the "Marconia" for Liver- ida Chief. ,Catalina__ in all the world trip pool, England. Watch"- : Miss Thirsk has become so attached ...... 1~ no to Catalina that she plans to return in w, epatr fike this." September, accompanied by her par- Jewelry of All Kinds Repair~: ....... eats, who visited Catalina about four NOTICE OF ELECTION years ago. H.R. WHARTON Notice is hereby given that a Gener- Previous to leaving, several affairs Hotel St. Catherine Curio Sh#l~l~ al Municipal Election will be held in were given in her honor. Mr. and Mrs. ~~ the City of Avalon , California, onJ.B. Stamford tendered her a farewell ~f~" Monday, the 14th day of April, I924, for the following officers: party. The friends present in addition 3 members of the Board of'Trustees, to Miss Thirsk were Miss Corn Cave, "THE SEA LION"