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ItE CATALINA ISLANDER PAGE THREE ~e~tking across the span of back i~: Years, and in the light of the ;~e the expert angler, but it was a f,,~at day for me then and was the ~":erunner of many happy days in 12~lah.~a waters and in the old Tuna tati~ m the time of Dr. Holder Salu- ul'18 ~ ' * Y'ELLOWTAIL PRAYER OF THANKSGIVING ~ C~atimted from Page 1. Column 4) By t{arriette Goldsmith Osborn ~ he maneuvered the boat, cir- t, ord of the 1Jarve~U Th y (i ~ tav~gated the kelp, and tohl me toAccept from Thv children l=U.usy. Idid, and so did the yel- Our g,'ateful TH:.XNKSGIVIN, e Avalon Dr 00ds Co. ~2ll. i got the dern critter out of For the Fruitage of the Vine-- I:m- tbe Fruitage of the Tree-- Is now displaying the Q::; kelp and started for closer ac-For the (;rain, heavy-headed, "~'~rlt " l:,,v the ('or .... -ich a.d .,clew LATEST NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON IN L..,. anee >,'hen bullaD! went the reel !:.,,- the Grass. lush and "sweet-- ~,[; ~ On my sore thumb, and Mr For Man and for Beast, I~i~''as I down-hearted ? "Well a little eor Meat an,] for C],~thing. " laerha s' ' ' ~,,, P , but I was determined to Lord, thru all the Ages ~,t that fi " - The I eve t 11 l'r ,tection ~e~s snat all cost left-handed- lla's h ...... ed Thy hil,h .... SEE OUR DISPLAY iand kelp, or what have you ? We thank Thee for All! %d - kept at it I was wet throu ,11" When \Vat, Fami ........ | t'e~til..... NO TWO ALIKE tOrlgue clave to the roof of gny t:lo,,ds, Earthctlak.... t Hurricane, Uth. ~ \Vreck and lJestr,*v-- ~., out now the yellowtail was "r,~e he:wts of The Childre~ $6.95 to $50.OO "~alrlg- ._ ' Respond to the " Cry t: nearer and nearerI could se( SetM Shipsheavv-laden ~s gleaming side in the blue depths T,, Comfort and .quccor ~le7~ We thank Thee, 1)ear l,ord he seemed to be almost as For this Love for our Brother-- t~_ s I was. He was finally brought For Love of our Neighbor-- gaff. , S,,, Lord, Tlaou hast taught us. Preserve Thou our Nation! t.~tllg nlay our loved Ilanner Vh*at o'er her Fl-eetlletl Y Keep Thou in Salter*he things that we I [(mot !" Forgive lls our ,qillq. Our Greed and mw \Veaknes~; Teach llS to l,ove, To hell, those who may need (Is, Tho~e who are llopeless, Betrayed and ()pprest! Forgive lib ~tlr l';l'l-ors, (lur h,w, trivial Scheming; Renew Thou within ~s Tr.e l.m,e for our ()f)ulltry, This I,and Thou hast given us, Preserved as our Heritage~ AIN'T IT THE TRUTH? Back east the winter days have set- tled dmsn, Chicago's hit by ice; Thermometers arc slipping low, In a manner far from nice. .lust why they're slipping down so low ls hard to understand By those who live on the "Magic Isle" In a climate warm and grand. Stir"i~hp the walk on both sides of ~. gar Loaf Rock }rotected b con "ere ....... t y - t wd.US, it is evideut that sooner or ~a]2r rock itself will have to be the vieti,~.,.ted.~_orUr,., it ,,,ill even tnallv 'fall a ~lla."m to the onslaughts of the wave~ '2"rlrlg s", , " ~y ~s, eather. to GO EAST via on'eel ,Southern Pacific's four great Transcontinental routes; return on an- Other ff you choose. Rely upon the safety, comfort, convenience and wide scope of Southern Pacific ser- Vice. Oommunicate with any 8outhern Pacific agent for complete railroad informa. tion re~arding any trip you plan retake. @ I~. ~21~IcGINNIS' Asst. Pass. Traffic Mgr. Pacific Electric Bldg., Los Angeles For all Thy rich Bounty, Thy wide b.undless Mercies, For I,aughter, for \Vwk, fi,r Itealth I,ove and ttmne--- I,ord, (;od of the Harvest, Our Guide and Protect-r, We humbly impkwe Thee Accept 'l'hfm our TJIANKS! KLAMATH RIVER IS SAVED FOR PEOPLE Dollar interests do not always win. The fight to save the Klamath River for the people of the state, primar- ily as ~ breeding ground of valuable food and game fishes, met opposition from a company proposing to build a 25(l-foot dam near tile mol~th of the river. This company succeeded in gct- ting the Eureka Chamber of Commerce to carry on its fight against the plan to saxe the fish in the rixcr. Thcir arguments were based largely on tile value to the state of power dc\elop- n:ent and the dollars and the horse .power represented in the eighteen pro- jects. Arrayed in favor of the mea- sure were the Fish and Game Com- mission, the sportsmen, conservation- ists and otbers who bclicvcd that fur- ther power dexclopment is not needed immediately and that the best interests of the people would be served by sav- ing the fishery resources of the river. It is estimated that conscrvationists uon by' more than 170,(XI0 majority, and that San Francisco favored the mea- sure by" a two to one vote, Los Angeles, three to oue, and Sacramento, four to one, while even in Humboktt Coun- ty the measure lost by a very smaIl majority. The fishing on the Kla- math River will continue to draw ang- lers from every state in thc Union and a great reercation ground is assured to the people. Fish and Game Conmtission "lt's a good plan for a yotmg man to begin at the bottom," advised the bus- iness /nan. "But suppose he is learning to swim," asked the fresh youth.--Specialty Salesman, The Catalina Islander every week, fifty-two times during the year, is boosting Catalina Island. The results of this continuous publicity are of ma- terial benefit to every merchant, busi- ness and professional man, as well as every worker, residing in Avalon. Mr. Business Man, how many weeks dur- ing the year do you return tbe comp- liment ? As we watched the workmen pour- ing concrete for the new fireproof theatre btfilding, on the corner of Cres- cent and Claressa avenues, we couhl not help but compare the building go- ins on in Avalon today with that of a few years ago. Then, anything for temporary shelter was the rule. Now, ecement foundations, fireproof con- struction, and splendid homes for year-roun',l occupancy. t" f LOCAL TIME AND TIDE TABLE NOVEMBER Th 27 .......... 2:40 9:t3 4:05 10:$8 1.5 7.5 --1,2 4.7 F 28 .......... 3:22 9:58 4:55 II:35 1.7 7.3 --I.1 4.5 S 29 .......... 4:09 10:44 5:48 ......... 2.0 7.0 --0,8 .......... Su 30 .......... 12:36 5:04 11:37 6:45 4.4 2.4 6.4 ----0.4 DECEMBER M 1 ........ 1:47 6:16 I2:38 7:49 4..4 2_.7 5_8 0..0 Tu 2 ........ 2:58 7:57 1:53 8:57 4_5 2..8 5-1 0..4 W 3 ........ 4:06 9:46 3:20 g:sg 4..8 2__5 4__6 0._7 Tides are placed in order of occurence. Comparison will show high and low. Light figures a. m., black figures p. m. EVEN THAT A casualty insurance company that had required some additional evidence to support a claim recently received a letter from the widow of the in- sured, which ended: "1 have so much trouble getting my money that I sometimes ahnost think: I wlsb my husband were not dead."--The Continent (Chicago). WHY NOT spend your winter at Catalina Island? Une- qualled climate, good hotels, furnished houses at reasonable rates; stores, schools, churches; hiking, swimming, riding, golf, tennis; only 336 hours from Los Angeles; BUT--notice this, please--no ratt!ing, banging street noises at night, and you do not perpetually have to dodge automobiles, either day or night. A safe place for children. Try it out for yourself. S We will extend our special sale until Saturday, Nov. 29. Special Prices on any Canned Goods in stock. DON'T FORGET OUR BREADS AND PASTRIES ARE UNSURPASSED. We Deliver any order of $5.00 or more. Hoover Bakery..dCash 0r0cery SUMNER AVENUE ATWATER HOTEL BLDG. J Mrs. C. B. PARKER, Taxidermist AVALON, CALIFORNIA Careful Mounting of Catalina Fish a Spa:laity /