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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 MFG. CO. Ashaway, R. I., U.S.A. STABI-ISHED 1824 SIMPLE SCIENCE By WOW (Science Service) FIRE Scientists tell us that matter is something that takes up room. If it takes up too much room it matters a great deal, especially in street cars. When such matter takes up more than one room it's usually a family, except in cities where several families live in one room. ..~ When matter combines with oxygen we call it oxidation, and we always get m~m~::m:~:::~::::::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::~:::::::r.::::::::::::~::..::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~:~::::::::.:::::::::::::;:~ heatproducett. If the process hap- j .:'.- [i Your tour of California Should Include ii pens to b'e very rapid we get enough |. :_: heat to cause some light. When both [[ a Visit to ..... . ' "~ heatand light occur we call it a fire. [i ' [i The nicest kind of fire is a wood fire il ii in the fire-place, only you need four iJ MOUNT LOWE of themtokeepwarmallround. The Old Country people have only one,in il --'--- MILE "---'- HIGH areeaChalwaysrm" cold.That's why their houses i1 " " " }i Fire was known in very early times "i A Scenm Trip Worth Whde [|1 From the Heart of Los Angeles through i'i but it was very hard to make them, so the ancients used to keel) it going ] Beautiful Pasadena antl Altadena ii for fear they might have to start an- other one. It was prized very much | , ~ il hence the "hallowed h~arth" idea. ! YE ALPINE TAVERN il \hen a thing burns it gets heavier bedause it takes on oxygen. This is "i and Cottages ii ea, ily understood because when one i] Excellent Aecomodations at Reasonable Rates ii burns his finger it's no light matter. P g ~ ii Insurance agents are like wolves, q Secure Illustrated Folders at Information Bureaus [. they don't like fire. Likewise they ii ii charge high rates because they claim : ii H I guess they know we're pretty sure to PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY be eare ul [} O.A. SMITH, Passenger Traffic Manager, Los Angeles i} Fire is very useful, especially in cold L : =========================i o..trie. o.'t it nmch because they wear so many mCF.S mG , ,< The Pressing that Lasts Will Call and Deliver See B. R. SCOTT Hotel Atwater Bldg. **' " r99_ 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, vom Hole" 92 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK CATALOGUE NO. IS SENT ON REQUEST. furs. Most people prefer to keep warm with fires and wear fewer clothes, particularly women. It's a grand sight to see a big fire-- if it's not near home. There are many kinds of fire. .~cetylene give a nice bright flame. We use a lot in the country, but coal-oil's our mainstay, although we swear a lot at it when the burners get dirty. Some flames gives lots of light; oth- ers don't. The more carbon there is in a flame the brighter it is. That's why acetylene is so bright, because it's rich in carbon. Most everything burns if it gets hot enough, even iron. We should be very careful to keep valuable things cool, especially our tempers. LOCAL TIME AND TIDE TABLE Tides are placed in order of occurence. Comparison will show high and low Light figures a. m., black figures p. m. Th 22 ........ 6:21 --1.0 F 23 ........ 12:09 5.8 S 24 ........ I :13 5.2 Sin 25 ........ 2:30 4.7 M 26 ........ 3:54 4.3 Tu 27 ........ 5:11 4.1 W 28 ........ 12:32 1,1 MAY 1:13 $:46 .......... 4.1 2.2 .......... 7:22 2:25 7:06 --0.5 4.1 2.5 8:27 3:34 8:52 --0.2 4.3 2.5 9:32 4:34 10:27 0.2 4.6 2.1 10:31 5:24 11:38 0.4 5.0 1.6 11:19 6:05 ......... 0.6 5.3 .......... 6:15 12:03 6:40 4.1 0.9 5.6 The AVALON Cafe Dan Ostoleh, .Proprietor 403 CRESCENT AVENUE Good Food, Well Cooked and Neatly Served. Gurios and Souvenirs Look for the Sign of The Big Curio Store H. D. MacRae Co. THE CATALINA e THE LATEST MAGAZINI 5 ARE HERE THE CATALI---- A ISLANI] AND THE LOS ANGEI, DALLY PAPERS HE# EVERY DAY ALLTHE WELL KNO' EST BRANDS oF CIGARS YOUR FAVORITE ,t CHEWING OR SMOKIIW TOBACCO WIN 'S STAND Opposite Boos Brs. Next S. C. 1. Co.'s Office Catalina Steamer Scl Effective May I, 1924 DAILY SERVICE Lv. P. E. Sta., Los Angeles .... Lv. Harbor, Wilmington ......... Ar. Avalon, Catalina Island .... Lv. Avalon Ar. Wilmington .......................... Ar. Los Angeles (Wilmington Transportation reserves right to change s( out notice). Through cars from and to Tuesday, Thursday and Park your automobile in Terminal, Wilmington, foot Avenue. 50 cents per day. Wilmington Transp0rlati0n