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l/E CATALINA ISLANDER PAGE NINE Clothes Do Not Make the Man but they do help him to ke good impressions. There is satisfaction in al- Ways appearing well dressed. SUits made at City Prices. AI TIN Merchant Tailor California Spirella Corsets V Zus Styles Splrella Girdles Brasseries Children's Waists Authorized Corsetlere 0. F. (iuidinger Ground Floor Avalon Inn 309 Beacon Street, Avalon No more "Foot Agony" A RECORD THE PUBLIC SHOULD HEARTILY ENDORSE (Continuedfrom Page 5, Column 2) Established co-operation between the district attorney's office and other of- rices, particularly the sheriff's, in re- gard to homicide and lnanslaughter Cases. This record is his platform on which Keyes seeks election. These are the planks on which he asks for election. Keyes was born at Wilnfington, Cal- ifornia, in 1877. His father, Charles Keyes, and grandfather, George Keyes were lawyers and judges before him, and his great-grandfather, Asa, was a probate judge in Vermont. Keyes is married. His two daughters attend the Southern Branch of the University of California. Keyes, a graduate of the Los Ange- les high school and the University of Southern California, studied law in the office of Ex-Senator Frank P. Flint. He was admitted to the bar in 1899, and practiced law privately for four years. He was appointed a deupty district attorney in 1903, by John D. Fredericks,then district attorney. When he first conducted hearings in the county justice courts, he ntade trips in a buggy and horse. Later Keyes became "star" prosecu- tor, and handled the most important causes under two district attorneys. 5[en who associated with him, now judges and leaders at the local bar, re- garded him as the fairest and most capable prosecutor that ever held of- rice in this county. PLANT RIVALS OF OYSTERS Now and then in certain tropical plants, are found curious, hard round substances which one may properly call "pearls," because their composi- tion is almost identical with the pro- duct of the oyster. In Java these sub- stances are discovered in the joints of bamboo. Analysis" shows them to con- sist-of alntost pure carbonate of lime, which is the material that goes to make up the pearl. Soluetimes these vege- table pearls are found in growing co- coanuts, and occasionally in the wood of the teak and pomegranate trees. In the ]Last Indies they are valued highly as charms against misfortune, and it is difficult for traders to induce the owner of one to part with it. TENNIS e pRONOUNCED "FLEW-GER" TRADE MARK REG. U.S. p~T. OFFICe LOCAL TIME AND TIDE TABLE Tides are placed in order of occurence. ~W~II! Comparison will show high and low. ODo~o--Tired,~-~ _ chinit, Light figures a. m., black figures p. m. f^ ~Asen Feet -Instant Relief': AUGUST ~t~,I1~' .~ke tteet 1~o Faos Bats ~o r Th 21 .......... 1,:56 7:12 2:21 9:40 -~ ~,. rsvp. P cur eet eh~: ~i~.~_ "~ ~ootl~o ~]red. hot ourniugfeet. 3.9 2,3 5.0 2.0 h=-'~J ,7~e~ ~Zaedieai'aon cteanses gtle akir~, vores, F 22 .......... 3:42 8:15 3:28 11:07 ~,". ~r~olratio- --~eeps ~be ,eet ~resh and 3.6 2.9 5.0 1.7 ~o~' ~d - ~ne~aotetlqyaur~oogoathto- S 23 .......... 5:36 9:57 4:34 .......... (DOUBLE MULTIPLYING--FOR DEEP SEA FISHING) -" ajtlr~ ~,Y~ ~stanL .astin oomiort Will 3.7 3.1 5.2 .......... ~l~ -~ ~etloate ~kins. Gonvenient'6o use. Su 24 .......... 12:04 6:40 i1:15 5:31 -tedi_.. t'~Op FOOI' BATH 13 a0 GUARANTEED WITHOUT TIME LIMIT AGAINST 5i 25.......... 12:47 7:19 12:07 :19 DEFECTS IN WORKMANSHIP OR MATERIALS ]~l~] n I~4~Ost.~kl,E~) BATHS ~OC 0.9 4.2 2.8 5.8 ~)e, oy I(inox Oo l~utland Vt SoldbTu 26 .......... I :20 7:48 12:47 6:59 ~~vnte'r:~r~Y 0.0 4.5 2.6 6. t This Reel is constructed to withstand the terri~c .strains of all hearst sea fishing. It is Bronze Gears; Patented Adjustable Tension Oil Cups; Hard Rubber Disks, Reverse Metal \V 27 .......... 1:5(I 8:15 1:21 7:37 made of Nickel Silver and treated to prevent tarmsh. Generated Spiral Tooth Phosphor tal. bt. Louis Sporting News is oa 0.4 4.8 2.3 6.3 Bound; Steel Pivots; Phosp.hor Bronze Brushed for Bearmgs; Bakelite Handles; Patened Thumb brake; Pflueger-Wflliams Drag Handle; Adjustable Back Sliding Click; Drag a.t Windle's Nexus Stand. Handle Stop,wits Lever ~.ontroL I~ Subscribe now--S2 per year. PRICE EACH f ' " No. 1417, Nickel Silver, 200 yards.._..$30.00 No. 1419~,~, Nickel Silver, 400 yards..$45.00 [ EEP ON KEEPING ON"I~" ONAOLA No. 1418, Nickel Silver, 250 yards ...... 35.00 No. 1420, Nickel Silver, 450 yards.. 50.00 a~ m m No. 1419, Nickel Silver, 300 yards ...... 40.00 No. 1420~A, Nickel Silver, 500 yards.. 60.00 I ~Vhe~' e traveling companion re- FOR EVERYONE SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS IN LOS ANGELES AND VICINITY :~ked A Brilliantine that REMOVES s~so VOOAV ~OR YOUR FREE COPY OV OUR POCKET C,~TA-OGUE to William Wrigley that he ~] DANDRUFF, The Enterpr,se [dfg Co d "Save money" by cuttlngdown Growth of Hair, and lldvertisin., Mr. Wrlgley 0i, i ii.l oii iM . . t,~~q"ded: "We'~e making a fine trip "THE PFLUEGERS, AKRON, OHIO, U, S, A, 2 t]llt train. How much progress i~You think we should make if Prevents and Relieves Sunburn. OLDEST AND LARGEST TACKLE MANUFACTURERS IN THE UNITED STATES "~Y took off the Iocomottve?" Try it and see the difference. Ask your Barber or Hairdresser. ~. They now, Catalina Hardware Co. handles "Pfluegers"