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CATALINA ISLANDER PAGE NINE Clothes Do Not Make the Man but they do help him to ke good impressions. There is satisfaction in al- ~V~ys appearing well dressed. SEts made at City Prices. AIAP.,T! N HALL Merchant Tailor Avalon California lla Corsets Styles Spirella Girdles Brasseries Children__s Walsts AUthorized Corsetiere rs.0. F. (iuidinger Ground Floor AvAlon Inn 309 Beacon Street, Avalon sal~ e St. Louis Sporting News is oo ;tt ~Arindle,s Ne~s Stand. ~tali- ~,%... na will give you the rest of ~ome to Catalina. "KEEp ON KEEPING ON" ~llen a traveling companion re- l~'ked to William Wrigley that he Uidd "save money" by cutting down Idvertising, Mr. Wrigley re- ~Qnded: "We're making a fine trip ~n tills train. How much progress ,~r, y ou think we sKould make if ty took off the locomotive?" PENS PAPER PENCILS PADS ENVELOPES Stand, SCHOOLS SHOULD INCULCATE HONESTY Financial losses to-American indus- try annually through embezzlement by trusted employees have increased 500 percent since 1915. The toll from de- falcations in United States amounted to $125,000,000 last year alone. This was the assertion of Frank E. Hand, Supreme Vice Chief -Ranger of the Independent Order of Foresters in a Chicago address based on government crime statistics before a fraternal wel- fare conference in which he discussed the society's program of philanthropy and social uplift. "The embezzler regards himself as an honest man in the beginning," said Mr. Hand whose fraternity represents a membership of 163,000 in the United States and Canada. "He does not steal, he borrows. He takes money only because he is confident he will be able to repay it in good time. A pressing bill, sickness at home, a chance to take a 'sure-thing' flier in speculation or to set up business en- terprises of his own are frequent me- fives. The spendthrift complex is an- other big factor. The defaulter recog- nizes no wrong until he is desperately deep. "Men and women develop these crinfinal tendencies in many cases be- cause they were neglected or exploited in childhood. The Independent Order of Foresters seeks to avert the trage- dies of exploited childhood. It main- tains an orphanage at Oakville, Ont., where children of deceased members are cared for in a wholesome home at- mosphere, educated and developed mor- ally and physically into fine types of nleu and "A, onlen.'' [ TENN White e "KEDS" (DOUBLE MULTIPLYING--FOR DEEP SEA FISHING) GUARANTEED WITHOUT TIME LIMIT AGAINST DEFECTS IN WORKMANSHIP OR MATERIALS This Reel is constructed to withstand the terri~c strains of all heavy sea fishing. It is made of Nickel Silver and treated to prevent tarnish. 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 Cllck; Drag Handle Stop with Lever Control. PRICE EACH No. 1417, Nickel Silver, 200 yards......$30.00 No. 1419s/~, Nickel Silver, 400 yards..$45,00 No. 1418, Nickel Silver. 250 yards ...... 35.00 No. 1420, Nickel Silver, 450 yards.. 50.00 No. 1419, Nickel Silver, 300 yards ...... 40.00 No. 1420~, Nickel Silver, 500 yards.. 60.00 SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS IN LOS ANGELES AND VICINITY SEND TODAY FOR YOUR FREE COPY OF OUR POCKET CATALOGUE II "THE PFLUEGERS," AKRON, OHIO, U. S. A. OLDEST AND LARGEST TACKLE MANUFACTURERS IN THE UNITED STATES Catalina Hardware Co. handles "Pfluegers" said office the undersigned selects as a place of business in all matters con- nected with said estate, or to fiIe them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the' County of Los Angeles. Dated August 6, 1924. EMILY E. PARKER, Administratrix of said Estate. J. AHan Frankel, Attorney, 407 Van Nuys Bldg., Los Angeles, California. First publication August 13, 1924. Estate of Charles Browning Parker, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Administratrix of the Estate of Charles Browning Parker, deceased, to the Creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this no- tice, to the said Administratrix at the office of J. Allan Frankel, Esq., 407 Van Nuys Building, 210 West 7th Street, City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State of California, which No. 69275 NOTICE TO CREDITORS DIFFERENCE IN MINDS OF RACES REVEALED By Science Service ~-~~ 1 There is evidence to support the PFLUEGER TEMPLAR conchlsion that the negro race has a PRONOUNCED "FLEW.GER" TRADE MARK REG. U.S.P.AT. OFFICE lower capacity for general intelligence I~.,~..,~ than-the white race, Prof. \Villiam McDougall of Harvard University told the Psychology section of the British Association for the Advancement of Science meeting at Toronto, Canada. In respect to sensory capacities, however, they differ so slightly that the variation is not worthy of consid- eration, he said. Prof. McDougall holds that various races differ in the strength of various instinctive tendencies. Thus in one the pugnacious instinct might be more de- veloped, in another the instinct of worship.