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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Arcadia, California Here to your health to or Daak. A Coy the daily Arcadia Tribune today a Best radio program strange As it seems by John Hix for further proof address the author. Enclosing a stamped envelope for reply. Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. Published daily except sunday and holidays at 104 n. First Avenue Arcadia California Arcadia publishing company author or Quot the fast ism to a cat at que Trioni Taga Tinq a Tolk and out will by Large tamped till Odd ratted on Olop mud a Ane lotto. Writ on Ona of papa. Only Latta Atquit not Attao 150 word. Add tit cd Frank Mccoy cat of this Pap Tik Tribune was designator As a newspaper of general circulation by de Rree of court on the 8th Day of May 1931president. Editor advertising manager. Society editor entered As second class matter March 14, 1930, at the Post office at Arcadia California under the act of March 3, 1879, p. M. Martindale. Art Herlich. Don Nutter. Lois Spranger. Represented nationally by Fenger Hall co., Ltd. San Francisco. Las Angeles Seattle. Chicago new York Boston copies of the daily Tribune and full information about Arcadia and surrounding markets May be obtained from any of these offices. Subscription Price single copy 5c 10c per week 40c per month. Phone 2131 for All departments. Nights emergency 2508 advertising rates on application Forward Arcadia the Tribune a platform for the Progress of Arcadia 1�?an adequate sewer system for the business District 2�?development of Ross Field into a county Park a. 3�?accommodations for visitors and increasing population. 4�?widening of Huntington drive. 5�?protection of Arcadia s biggest Industry poultry. 6�?city beautification. Wyriek it &uiivih6 &1rhs in Chui if 0whcr 15 ftrrwted-an0 Huv amp top amp vec be Pip nth 3tmrr Quot the Floc in x Quot _ App Dinep to Softie title outcome of Trig ?e�5idsktifti own pc be tweak a Tow amps it Noil it a him 817 &ecftu6e of it mix up in the electors i. A to a �?o5peciau commission Phil a one of it s memeer6 withdrew. Supreme court Justice Ftp Rev wft6sueft step Ifo Telfor he amp him preside it a amp to 7 a tone or swot it v wa5 8fttrin 3 Chat Pioh on with ates scoop but batting i w., a Quot avs of w in to you work All Day doing about the same things and getting about the same Money in order to write about the same Check to the grocer and the landlord and and you go Home and eat about the same supper and get into the same bed and get up and shave the same face in the same Way in order to look the same at the sane office doing the same thing. Notes from Mexico Hunt flit syndic to Hie Man who e l e Ted a president the Scales of democracy were More than somewhat out of Kilter in til United states presidential election of 1876-1877, the vote of one Man actually elected Hayes to the of tic Over the weight of a 264,-192 majority to e won by his opponent Samuel j. Tilden no other american election Ever resulted in such a mess. When returns on the popular election came a Tilden the democratic candidate was found to have received 4. Do.590 votes Over Hayes 4.036.298. The Elco Oral colleges vote was a ast and a political storm broke Cero. Fraud charges were hurled against the return of Louisiana Florida and South Carolina. Investigation brought Forth documents from the governors of lie disputed states in favor of Hayes. By titi Cates from other stat officials favored Tilden. For a while it seemed an impasse had been reached. Some solution had to be found. A nation clamoured for notification of who its next president was to be. It was decided to dec mine the election on the opinion of a special electoral committee. I five Sena ors five representatives and five justices of the supreme court were appointed to the com j Mission. High of the fifteen appoint i yes were in favor of Tilden but the a election of one of them Justice Davis As Sena to caused a withdrawal and left the committee evenly divided. Supreme court Justice Joseph p. Bradley was appointed to fill the vacancy. He cast his vote in favor of Hayes and brought him into office with an eight to seven ballot. I ure a bout billboard Bill a Jon to it sea from pm i i King of swat sch Ruth. Of All the mimes in baseball history that not me s ands Foremost in association with batting. Yet strange As it seems it headed the Lis of batting champions in Only one season 1924�?a season in which the mighty babe did t Ven make his Best batting ave i age. Ruth cracked out a percentage of .393 in 1923 but was beaten out j for he league championship by i Harry Heilmann who averaged .403. The next year the babe hit .378 to Lead Tho american league for his fist and last time. To Cobb holds the All time record for batting j championships with 12 in his credit but Ruth holds the lifetime Home run record with 729. I the Complete coverage to Bual i j am and financial flew read j Pantie Coati edition the Wall Street journal i relied upon by business men and investors for current Newt and dependable information. Send for our special introductory offer five months for $5.00 Sis Busk slim We in. Bar a no co us Awot a team by us no tomorrow science never satisfied science is never satisfied with its results and it is Ever striving to discover missing data and to elaborate and improve on the known. Read the want ads in the news by Ham Fisher Sci i Stam Joe him went to d Boxen a c to Call me co Mishun the second miss i owe. H he conies i to amp ack a m Smokey j Down t Tell youse a i v3ent\jlmn i aint s never Gonna fight 0 Fer we Ide Bottom a a 1 Vesg it s Okay now r a the contract a cd you. And now j wonderful b and Joe. I i daddy now United again j 1 May i Tell it _ i v Joe ? r try first to buy it in Arcadia f9b by Morman Marsh secret operative no. 48 Dan Dunn i mave Only a Pew minutes i twinn these Crooks suspect me \ Mere is a lot or j evidence against the i of gang put it in a Safe / Glace must hurry d Back to Babst / i n t Pac Kino up All the Dictaphone records and photographs i Mace of to West. Crocks bloc prosperous is merchant Mcsweet Dan r Vou Surpris k my / n amp Jones just a Cross the Street. For Mcsweet is much Wiser. He a a Tribune advertiser he gets All the customers Jones never Bijj meet if i lost that su1 to ase All t he evidence Ive collect would a de strove d a / there Ejaz a a is Lowek no t to no swe Sorc a s a 2r cd. Page two Arcadia California monday april 19,1937 the Arcadia Tribune

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