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PAGE TEN THE CATALINA FISH AND FISHING (Continued from Page 6, Column 2) will add to his already wonderful achievements in light tackle records. The average weight of the fish be- ing taken now will give Mr. Jump an opportunity to spring another sensa- tion in the angling world. W. W. Comstock, and a couple of friends were out fishing on the Ethel, with Captain Harry Warner, Saturday. Mr. Comstock landed a 114 pound tuna about 8 o'clock at night, and it was so rough that they landed at San Pedro. The Ethel arrived at Avalon about 9 o'clock Sunday morning with the button tuna. GETS BUTTON TUNA Mr. Tod Ford, of Pasadena, and co- owner with his brother of the delight- ful motor-cruiser "Minx," is very hap- py these days! The reason is that on the 5th of June he got his Blue Button tuna of 102 pounds, fishing from the Mable F. with Major Lawrence Mott. On the 7th, Mr. A. S. McNeal had a terrific battle of more than four hours with a tuna of 105 pounds, also with Major Mort. It was not hooked until late in the afternoon, and (as subse- quent events proved) was foul hooked under the stomach, so that the rods- man had practically no control over the fish. It was finally brought to gaff by the light of an electric torch, some twenty miles east-southeast of Avalon--a very dark night with a rough sea running. The Mabel F. did not make port until nearly I1 p. Ill. TO PROTECT SALMON President Coolidge last Friday, June 6th signed the bill to establish fishing reserves in Alaska and to effect other measures to conserve the sahnon fish- eries of tile Territory. Halibut fishing in the North Pacific ocean would be .prohibited each year between November 16th and February 15th, inclusive, under a Senate bill passed last Friday by the House. It is designed to protect the spaw.ning season in the territorial waters of Can- ' ada and,the United States, as designed by treaty. CATAL I NA By R. G. Miller Isle of beauty, thou art singing To my heart a song of peace; To my weary thoughts you're bringing Hopes of rest from toil, release From the fears, and strife, and bondage That each day its labor brings; $o, to you I'll soon be flying On swift "Avalon's" white wings. There I'll drown my hea.vy burdens In your waters, clear and deep, And my careworn brow you'll cool me With the breezes that sweep Your fair shores, while stars Their vigils keep. "Can you give me a litCe bait?" asked the enthusiastic angler. "No," replied the old-timer. "But if you are hungry I can give you a tuna sandwich." HOTEL ST. CATHERINE OPEN ALL DAY LADIES, MISSES and CHILDREN'S HAIR BOBBED--ANY STYLE SHAMPOO or MASSAGE For a Short Time We Will Give the Regular $I.00 Shampoo for 50c With Haircut $0c; Shave 25c; Bobb $0c TED THOMAS Outside Entrance--at Left of Main Entrance of Hotel St. Catherine m" PRONOUNCED "FLEW- GER" TEMPLAR TRAO M/kRK REG. U.S. PAT. OFFICE (DOUBLE MULTIPLYING--FOR DEEP SEA FISHING) GUARANTEED WITHOUT TIME LIMIT AGAINST DEFECTS IN WORKMANSHIP OR MATERIALS This Reel is constructed to withstand the terriflic strains of all heavy sea fishing. It is made of Nickel Silver and treated to prevent tanish. Generated Spiral Tooth Phosphor Bronze Gears; Patented Adjustable Tension Oil Cups; Hard Rubber Disks, Reverse Metal Bound; Steel Pivots; Phosphor Bronze Brushed for Bearings; Bakelite Handles; Patched Thumb brake; Pflueger-Williams Drag Handle; Adjustable Back Sliding Click; Drag Handle Stop with Lever Control, PRICE EACH No. 1417, Nickel Silver, 200 yards......$30.00 No. 1418, Nickel Silver, 250 yards ...... 35.00 No. 1419, Nickel Silver, 300 yards ...... 40.00 No. 1419~j, Nickel Silver, 400 yards..$45.00 No. 1420, Nickel Silver, 450 yards.. 50.00 No. 1420~, Nickel Silver, S00 yards_ 60.00 SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS IN LOS ANGELES AND VICINITY SEND TODAY FOR YOUR FREE COPY OF OUR POCKET CATALOGUE U U "THE PFLUEGERS," AKRON, OHIO, U. S. A. OLO.. *NO ON,. O Catalina Hardware Co. handles "pfluegers" RA Wednesday Evening, Bert Lytle, Blanch Sweet Washburn in Geo. M. triumphant production "THE MEANEST THE WORLD" He was so mean that even Laughed at him. '"FIRE FIGHTERS" STRAI Thursday Evening, June 'STRANGERS OF THE From "Captain Applejack," bara LaMar, Enid Mat Moore. It's a story peppered with Also Educational Coroec "RUNNING WILD" S' Friday Evening, June Douglas MacLean and in the screen's fastest drama "GOING UP" A riot to the last reel. Also Pathe Comedy "HUSTLIN' HANK" S" Saturday Evening, June "APRIL Featuring Colleen Moore and Harlan. A story of ter~ mental Irish loves, and ociety girl who failed separate them. Also Pathe Comedy "THE HALF-BACK OF DAME" S' SPECIAL Sunday Afternoon and June 15th, 2 and 7:30 P' The great super-special pr "MERRY GO Starring Mary l'hilbin and Kerry amid settings of dor, it is the most otic love drama ever time at Popular And INTERNATIONAL STRAN Monday Evening, June Nita Naldi, Patsy Ruth Miller, Faweett and Matt "THE BREAKING Mary Roberts Rinehart's gre* tery of Broadway lights Wyoming adventures. Also Peerless Comedy "HELLO BILL" Tuesday Evening June Herbert Rawlinson in a wind love story "HIGH SPEED" It teems with aetior~. , "THE RACING KII And INTERNATIONAL Wednesday Evening, Jun( "WANDERING With a great cast ineludin$ ite de la Motte, Noah Beery and Pat ley, Gayety, laughter romance abound here. Also Pathe Comedy "PICKING PEACHES" PRICES--~, 39 and SO Children under 12, in First Avalon Branch of the LoS County Public Library, 201 avenue, open Monday, Saturday afternoons from 2 to Wednesday and Saturday from 7 to 9 o'clock. Visitors ways welcome.