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PAGE EIGHT Start the season right-- Use Ashaway Lines They have given service and satisfaction for ninety- nine years. They are used by anglers everywhere. Look for the ~Swastika Brand Label. Ashaway Line and Twine hlfg. Go. Ashaway, R. I., U.S.A. Etahlid~d 1824 CRAWFISH CHARLEY SAYS: (Continued from Page 5, Column 2) mind processes, not wlth words or with knix as.' "Thinking about the greatness of our universe, or of the different number of universes that are out in space, the earth itself looks smaller than our be- loved Catalina Island as compared to the rest of the earth and the sea. Perhaps all the planets out in space are but 'little islands' in the unmeas- urable vastness that surrounds them. ====================================================================================================================================================.~" Uni,;,erse.'"Technically speaking, there is .but one l Your tom" of California Should Include * * * "The men and women who use psv- i ill Visit ,o ...... [i chology to open wide the 'sot,Is' of gain are 'claim jumpers,' and the day is not far distant when laws will be enacted for the mental protection I MILE HIGH r of the public, just as we are now con- I P sidering rhles and regulations for I A Scenic Tri Worth While radio fans" F *** i rum the Heart of Los Angeles through [[ "Professional syml athizers are one | Beautiful ,Pasadena and Altadena [i of the greatest stumbling blocks to human progress. Fox- a few dollars I i they will say anything. They are mis- I YE ALPINEana Cot,.,.TAVEI N Hi chief-makers, home-wreckers; grafters I .. Onnessesthe!,,knowledge of humanities', weak- ! ~.o.,., AccomodalJons at Reluonable Rates H "What "is the *p:y*chology of busi- i Secure Illustrated Folders at Information Bureaus ness ? Is there stlch an animal ? Psy- U chology is the study of ht,man mental i forces (metaphysical activities). Bus- I PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY iness is business. Trading for loss or gain, in property and money. The l O.A. SMITH, Passenger Traffic Manager, Los Angeles Ii use of our silent forces to evade the laws of our Constitution is just as 'criminal' as using the gloved fingers PRESSING CLEANING To Your Personal Satlsfat tton 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 SAL 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, vom 92 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK CATALOGUE NO. 18 ~ENT ON REQUEST. to pick another man's pocket." ,e,k "Motixes may not be the first stage of the thought processes, but they are farther back (deeper) than the opera- tions of the hnagination. Think over Motives---the intent with which we do things." THE PSYCHOLOGY OF A KINDLY CYNIC SanmeI G. Blythe cheerfully intro- duces Fred C. Kelly's "The Fun of Knowing Folks," as a fascinating book that "makes plain why we do this or that, or do not do this or that, with a keen insight, a pleasant humor, a wide understanding, and a lucid style." And after reading Mr. Kelly's book the re- viewer finds no reason to subtract any- thing from Mr. Blythe's praise of it. Everything human interests Mr. Kel- ley, and he has set down the results of his observations in twenty-four breezy chapters that range from the psychology of white lies to the reason why you select one bank instead of another. He finds "drum-major in- stincts" in the most modest of us, and the he admits that women tell more fibs than men, he stoutly holds that they are not the vainer sex. Women, he says, wear finer plumage than men, but who buys it for them? The psychology of shopping furnish- es one of the most diverting chapters Why we choose a certain church, why we like certain plays, why we prefer certain newspapers--these and a hun- dred similar questions are answered in ways not alwa~cs flattering. Mr. Kelly is inclined to be kindly cynic in his' imputation of motives, but his final chapter on "Our Better Side" takes a more sympathic view of human frail- ties and also is one of the best in the book.--Literary Digest. THE CATALINA ISLANI THE LATEST MAGAZINES ARE HERE NEW LINE OF FINEST PIPES IN THg WORLD--ARE HERE THE CATALINA ISLAND| AND THE LOS ANGELY. DAILY PAPERS HERE EVERY DAY ALL THE WELL KNOW BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS YOUR FAVORITE CHEWING OR SMOKIN6 TOBACCO OUR CANDY IS ALWAY FRESH AND THE BEST WINDLE NEWS STAND Opposite Boos Brs. Next S. C. I. Co.'s Office I I I . Catalina lslaa, Steamer Schedul Effective February I, 1924 DALLY SERVICE Lv. P. E. Sta., Los Angeles.... 9:00~ Lv, Harbor Wilmington ...... 10 :~ ~ Ar, Avalon, Catalina Island.. 12:251~' Lv. Avalon ................................ 3:30P## Ar. L. A. Harbor .................... 5:50P'~ Ar. L. A., P. E. Station ......... 6:45P'v (Wilmington Transportation ~1 pany reserves right to change s ule without notice.) j| Through cars from and to Pasad~| Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday..~1 Park your automobile in Catal~l Terminal, Wilmington, foot of ~t~[ Avenue. 50 cents per day. Wilmington Transportation gomP#!] /