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CATALINA ISLANDER , ' PAGE NINE Clothes Do Not Make the Man but they do help him to make good impressions. There is " Iw satisfaction in el- { aye aPPearing well dressed. Suits made at City Prices. / IAi ,T! N HALL Merchant Tailor AValon California 8P reIIa Corsets Styles Spirella Girdles Brasseries Children's Waists AUthorized Corsetiere { rs.0. F. Ouidinger ~l-oun I _ d Floor Avalon Inn [ ;109 Beacon ...... ,~tree~, Avalon No more "'Foot Agony" KEYES SEEKS OFFICE ON STRENGTH CREDITABLE RECORD AS PROSECUTOR (Continued from Page 5, Column 2) criminal COml)laints to satisfy private grudges. This automatically reduced the number of dismissals in the superior court and resulted in the saving to taxpayers of thousands of dollars. Established closer relation" with the county civil service commission in order to insure the selection of an effi- cient personnel. Brought about closer cooperation between the District Attorney's office and the sheriff's office and the police departments of the various cities and towns in the county. Created a homicide department in the district attorney's office to spec- ialize in all death cases resulting from criminal acts, including the ever-in- creasing automobile manslaughter cases. Is Native Son Asa Keyes was born in ~,Vihnington, California, in 1877. He descended fronl a family of lawyers. His father, Charles Keyes was a member of the bar of of California, and held the position of I,os Angeles County Clerk. His grand- father, George Keyes, was a judge of Tuolumne County, and his great grand- father, Asa Keyes, a probate judge of Vermont. District Attorney Keyes is married and has two daughters, both attending the Southern Branch of the Univer- sity of California, Asa Keyes was educated in the Wil- mington and San Pedro granunar schools and the Los Angeles high school. He studied law in the office of Ex-Senator Frank P. Flint, and at the College of Law of the University of Southern California. He was admitted to the bar in 1899, and engaged in pri- vate practice for four years. In 1903, Captain John D. Fredericks, then district, attorney, appointed Asa Keyes a deputy in his office. He first con(hlcted bearings in the county jus- tice courts, making his trips to court with a horse and buggy. During time he was a delmtV, Asa Keyes became the "star" prosecntor, handling the most important cases that arose tulder two district attorneys. Men who were associated with him at that time are. now judges of the su- Ferior, appellate and federal courts, or leaders of Los Angeles bar. These men, and the public generally, recognize TEN hite g "KE " PRONOUNCED "FLEW-GER" TRADE MARK REG. U.S. PAT. OFFICE Asa Keyes as the fairest and most 1~'00'1' O capable prosecutor to have ever held ~W(~,, DORS~Tired, Aching, the office of district attorney in Los ~, usa Feet Inst n l~ ~tl~;. - a t/Relief. -'~t ,ug , Angeles county. ~_ ,a,%rs .ks Koa l'op ~'oo~ Bats ~o correct ek" ({ih~ ~Ootho ~Ired. hot ourui t ~,~' ~;~edi0a ti" 'eanses ;as *ki2~7:~ Our Tourists ~iR~av. O~ratlo~ --- ~eepe ~Uo Ceet creeh and ~"~*_~hd l~'~ne;aolet; .xvour~ooi;oathto. .~ group of tourists were looking (DOUBLE MULTIPLYING--FOR DEEP SEA FISHING) ~lLlre.~Ya latan6..~etingcomfor~. Will ~.~l~ellcate~kins. Convenient ~o use. over the inferno of Vesuvius in ful[ eruption. GUARANTEED WITHOUT TIME LIMIT AGAINST op FOO BATH ....... t Am t this just hke hell. ejacnla- DEFECTS IN WORKMANSHIP OR MATERIALS ~ad. D CAt EO BATHS ~O(" ed a Yank. "ALL zese Americans," I),.. "t'-inox (JO Rut, land. Vt,. Sold b ~.~ggl'~t~and Sh0est6resgoner~lly. yexclaimed a Frenchman, %vhere have This Reel is constructed to withstand the terriffic strains of all heavy sea fishing. It it Bronze Gears; Patented Adjustable Tension Oil Cups; Hard Rubber Disks, Reverse Metal ~fl'~. ~-"~2"~---,~ ~t. r, zev not been ?" made of Nickel Silver and treated to prevent tarnish. Generated Spiral Tooth Phosphor Stle a Louis Sporting News is on LOCAL T~E TABLE Bound; Steel Pivots; Phosphor Bronze Brushed for Bearings; Bakelite Handles; Patened [~ Thumb brake; Pflueger-Williams Drag Handle; Adjustable Back Sliding Click; DragHandle Stop with Lever Control.PRICE EACH Tides are placed in order of occurence. ,, Comparison will show high and low. No.1417, Nickel Silver, 200 yards......$30.O0 No, 1419~,~, Nickel Silver, 400 yards..$45.00 I KEEp ON KEEPING ON" e Light figures a. m., black figures p.m.No.1418, Nickel Silver, 250 yards ...... 35,00 No. 1420, Nickel Silver, 450 yards_. 50.00 AUGUST No.1419, Nickel Silver, 300 yards ...... 40,00 No. 1420~, Nickel Silver, 500 yards.. 60.00 ~?hell a [ Th 14 .......... 3:06 9:29 2:40 9:04 SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS IN LOS ANGELES AND VICINITY Ilt~t~kt~traveling compamon r "[ --0.7 5,3 1.5 7.3 u to William Wrigley that he F 15.......... 3:42 10:06 " 3:26 9:46 SEND TODAY FOR YOUR FREE COPY OF OUR POCKET CATALOGUE ufa~lld . _ , . { --0.6 5,5 1.4 6.9 lift Save mney ' by cutting down { S 16 .......... --04:18~ The Enterprise Mfg Co Su 17 .......... 4:52 11~19 4:55 11:09 II advertisin~ Mr. Wrigley re- 0,3 5.5 1.6 5.8 ~ 2,118 .5:26 11:58 5:44 11:54 :2 nded: "We__ making a fine trip .......... 0,S S.4 l S S.1 "THE PFLUEGERS," AKRON, OHIO, U. S. A. d~ this train. How much progress ] Tu 19 .......... 5:571.4 12:38`5.3 6:412.0 .......... .......... Y~u think we should make if ] W 20.......... 12:46 6:30 1:25 7:58 OLDEST AND LARGEST TACKLE MANUFACTURERS IN THE UNITED STATES ~Y took off the locomotive?" | 4..~ 1.9 5.1 2.1 ~ ~ ~ ~ { Catalina will give youttt~ rest of your life. Come to Catalina. Catalina Hardware Co. handles "Pfluegers"