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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Arcadia, California The Arcadia Tribune reaping Reward Milky Way Hope rated High in Kentucky Derby Arcadia California monday april 19, 1937 editor s note another Story of a series in records of leading candidates for the Kentucky Derby. By Thom a3 la United peeks Rue noon a in editor new York it up reaping Reward one it Tiu Wink Bouk Fauvor ites for Hie 03. D Kentucky de by will be the main Reliance of mrs Ethel d. Mars Mlika Way farm in the May 8 running of the Churchill Downs classic purchased us a Carling for $5,000, the Brown skinned col by sickle. A pfc of dust Whir i finished second to Poppoon on the Mon a winning list in 1936, with earnings of $.>6,965. In 15 starts reaping Reward won five times and finished second Wace three stake events wer included in his victories the new England futurity at Narragansett Park tin Kentucky jockey club stakes a Churchill Downs and the unit d states hotel stakes at Saratoga four others nominated mrs. Mars also entered Case Ace military jaw b Eaker and Murph in the 3-year-old up Cial at the Downs but it is not expected the latter two will be pointed for the race. Reaping Reward was la e in attaining top form last season. On Early form the Colt did not appear the possess the ability of a stayer. He was beaten off by Airframe in his debut on Jan 8 at san a Anita Park. He showed Little Promise in subsequent starts until March 27, when at Arlington Downs t x., lie i finished second to the speedy Heel-1 Fly. 1 a aft i hat a e Trainer Robe t Mcgarvey shipped the Colt to Churchill Downs Vvhs re he graduated Nom the Maiden ranks in a i1 i Long sprint affair he a failed o show prompts in allowance company after ins graduation it the i Kentucky track and won his first Start in such company at Haw-1 Home beating mender and Par. His next Start was the juvenile Handicap at the Illinois Eon be ii unplaced to do away moving to Detroit the was beaten in a stake appointed in Sev at Arlington Park flit stride i it Arcadia Page three sports Queen City players on pro Ball club rosters win h i it a a s Abb mate son of sickle the. Re and also i Oral subsequent race int August was not in ii August it Saratoga that reaping Reward hit his stride. In his Lone Sta t at the spa he won the United slate.-, hot i Stak s Over Savage and forty winks going away at the end of 6 furlongs in Good time. His next Effort was a failure behind Cam Isado at Belmont Park but then followed the new England futurity in which he came from behind such a Colt As Poppoon to score a d ivling Victory Over the mile and 70 Yards course. Returned to Churchill Downs the Mars Standard bearer took the Meanie of p Ivil eged in the Kentucky to key club Slakes i lore being put away for the Winter. File Colt is quartered at Arlington Downs and is being pointed for the Bluegrass special next month. Recent works indicate he is fit and Leady Lur the mile and a Quarter question and barring Accident is a certain starter. Arcadia boys on league teams Are making Good 13a.sob.ill players pet it need alike we thei Home for at i sex Youhg and 1 in a it a Arcadia a t part of the Ai breaking into on Many baseball front 11 uding the i held by he limelight this season. I Large mar 9/ie fax Mars coast to a team comen iwii1 go East Gin i. The Veteran Fred i minions member of the new Yuk giants pitching stall for Many campaigns according to All word sent on from the giant offices Fitzsimmons knuckle Ball Ace is set for one of his Bigg St years. Fit/., As he is better known to i Cully has performed in Flossy style in the t airline Camp workout s and i rid of injuries which dogged hip j in �?T36, is counted on manager Bill i Terry to carry a Good share of the hurling burdens this y a for the defending National league Cham pions during the Winter month fit comes Back to Arcadia o Putter around with his poultry Stock on his ran Elf Here. J a few years Henci Homer in eleventh wins for Phillies Loston apr. 19 up a the Iphia Phillies today opened the 1937 baseball season in Victory. Mores Arnovich s Home run in h Lith inning gave the quakers a 2-1 Triumph Over the Boston bees. In the season opener. Arena to stage matches tonight Pasadena club wins 1210 game on sunday Bird a Muscles entered body is Short and deep the whole secret of a Bird s Structure is found in its adaptation to flight. This seems like stating a commonplace yet if we look into the changes which flight has brought to die Structure of the Bird. We a whole storehouse of inter formation observes the Detroit free press. On first glance it seem that Birds have nothing in common except wings and feathers. Yet. Strip them of their feathers and All Birds Are fundamentally alike. The najor id a plat ions Are directed it transform a by into a flying snapshot Cuil questions on lighting open sting Blan authority in Ralph Whlor executive Secretary a agricultural Conte of filiform up bar is she Farmer hauling his crops to Market engaged in Oliy trucking business should he be licensed regulated and taxed As a commercial Carrier common sense of course dictates that the answer to both is an emphatic a no Ait would be just As reasonable to declare that the housewife cooking a he family meal is engaged in the restaurant business and should be required to take out a restaurant License. I yet there Are Bills pending in the state legislature which of enacted would make Farmers and farm cooperatives hauling their own products commercial carriers subject to the 3 per cent truck tax or the Highway carriers act adoption of a the measures in questions Senate Bills 953 and 972�? would compel banners and farm coops to pay All the licenses and taxes which go with the trucking business although the regulatory acts were originally designed to regulate com san Mateo calif., apr. 19 Pete Jackson wealthy Santa Bara Polo enthusiast today planned to take his Pacific coast championship Polo t e a in to the National championships at Nai Agars to r i., this summer. The Santa Barbara team won the coast title and the right to sent this Region in the East when it defeat d Willie be visa Riviera i team 8-7, in the finals at the san Mateo Polo club yesterday. Petrushkin leads College batters who says pitchers can t hit Alex come Ade , Southpaw who is second on Hie University of i Southern California hurling staff to Joe Gonzales is now leading Tho California Lute collegiate baseball. A dial is it Lher in the p i t. Grounds Johnnie rope to id years might a to c h i n g Era or Yankee Linden of of the Newa pair of a opposing each a game from i of the Polo stadium. For Naomi Strep York yank is. I association batting standings with i average of .417. Petrushkin plays left Field for the trojans when not on the Mound. Figures for the ten leading hitters in the College league who have i played eight games now stationed with Binghampton in the new Yolk Pennsylvania circuit is said to be just a few years out a tile a big Linden is a Home grown product ail the Way having rec wed his Start in athletics at the local High school and with the Arcadia merchants base Baller. Discovered by Bill Erick cagy Yankee scout laude is climbing the Yankee ladder having played with Joplin a to in i he Western association last year i Reading the miners pitchers in the j matter of games won and playing a major role with Joplin s Fine show no All season. For his Fine work the Abadia right hander was a promoted a notch to Binghampton where he has won his spurs As a regular. Other arcadians who Are out battling Tor a toe hold in professional baseball Are Jiggs Gassaway out a Ider the property of the St. Louis cardinals and now with Cedar rapids Western league. He broke columns of he baseball a a Dona Arna tans Are going to get double value for their Money tonight according to promoter mor Rie Cohan who is giving them a double main event Shew that will include More wrestling excitement than they have seen in a Long while,1 not even accepting last weeks near riot. J the aftermath of that occasion 1 when Hardy Kruskamp threw both j buddy o Arlen and George Malone within an hour will come tonight with the erstwhile allies and now bitter enemies. O Brien , going against each other in a three fall match with one hour time limit each ascites the other it is said with responsibility for their Laizure to b at Kruskamp and they will be trying to show the crowd which was Guty in that instance. Maloney was o Briens manager but himself a noted wrestler under the name of the other half of the main even Marks the return of that great Aina drawing card Sandor Szabo the idol of feminine fans. Sandor has been to King around Seattle i arid earned the tile of Northwest Champion. His opponent in a three fall match tonight will be Irish Pat Fraley of Boston and the Way Pat has been going at he Arena lately Hie handsome hungarian is taking a big Chance with his features. Hady Kruskamp will also be on the Bill in a one fall match against the rugged German hails Schultz while Casey Colombo will take on tile 360 Pound Indian Buck in the Chilain Little can be said for yesterdays Paad a Mercia it Arcadia merchant Ball game which the c. Own i my won 12 to to except for a fast triple play engineered by Max Pur let i Queen City Ca Cher who was doing third base duty. It was the ii in a triple play seen by Arcadia fans in several years. 1 i lie to killing came in the fifth inning with the bases loaded and non out. Penney Pasadena j Ca Cher lined a screaming drive to i Ward left Field which Purcell speared with a desperate leap to his right. He St pred on Thi d to Goodrich and shot the Ball. The infield to Jimmy Irvin Nolan could hag. A body of a Bird Beautiful and Are Are the for their size scamper Back Force across before to the fide of that thrilling bit of work fans got nothing in the Way of baseball except to a lot of xxx Jojo a Tang. Whaling hurled and Malon-1 tire game for was touched fancy the entice Pasadena Crew for eleven hits walked six batters and hit three. D Lur i frames Arcadia and Al-17 hits and walkers. Norwood Carpe and allowed the i Ity of their toward one end heavier than air b machine. First of All the is Light. Feathers delicate As they strongest structures 1 and weight known. Bones Are hollow and thin walled not heavy and tilled with marrow As those of mammals. There Are no heavy Teeth but instead a Light Horny beak. The Tail has been telescoped and a secondary Tail of Light air resisting feathers is used As a rudder in flight. The Birds Muscles Are not scattered All Over the body but instead Are entered in a compact mass. The Large heavy flight Muscles of the wings Are located on the breastbone. Birds have Small calves and most of the Muscles Are on the upper legs close to the body. The body itself is Short and deep with All its parts centralized thus bringing the relatively heavy liver guard and intestines close to the Center of Gravity and affording the smallest possible bulk to pass through the air. Here is bad and Good lighting. At the left the Light strikes almost directly on the front of the subject. Shadow contests Are too harsh and the Young lady so a crowning glory is almost lost in the dark Back ground. Notice the difference in the other picture where the Light strikes from the Side. S Buzz Smith toil it a tile Mound for owed eleven runs a d a Trio of flit Ini shed the tussle 12th based inning. During tile doubles two a Marker in the eighth j game there we e six triples and a pair of Home runs the latter by Schuelke my Grant cloth visiting club. The it att t s clout was urn even seen in tin tin Ball a Din in d up Cen or ii the Box score Pasadena merchants of the longest Arcadia sandlot. Over the scoreboard a id on tile Fly. A tiny Rais r. Hoiu fourth round of net tilts Given Goodrich Gray 2b Nolan is Penney c Merriam of Schuelke of my of Grant la whaling p 3 b a 6 5 5 4 5 0 0 4 1 in a 3 0 42 Arcadia a 12 19 27 merchants that Southern California has five California two. Stanford one St. Mary a one and Santa Clara one in the .325 or better class. Batting , As released in into the sporting o More reveal news on several occasions last year with his p o s of u i batting and splendid defensive to k. Hal Stockman and Hal Smith fielders also thought of now Mercial freight lines rather than agriculture. By the need for distinguishing Between justifiable necessary , and absurd legalistic int relations of. The regulatory processes of government was never greater than at the current legislative a a Sion. I h a veritable deluge of regulatory proposals conf. Outing both houses Many of the legislators and 1 Mif the need of a Horn they both want and need advice 11 Chi Home As to when and where i the Regula Ion of business Ceas s to Arnold Eddy league Secretary Fol flow so417 d3witt s.405 Bernardino so.400 Lombardi Ltd it .368 Devaurs c�?�364 Del Baggio Santa cd.355 he zog b.c.349 Schwartz s.c.341 Miller St. A.333 and siding s.c.333. With one game yet to be staged the Jin the third round pairings for the end it the first month of play in the Arcadia Mere h ants Tennis tournament on the Ross Field couts were announced today. I the Smith electric Douglas drug i be. I contest was postponed i Seine time this with the Liras a Nice their Rise from the a sandlot to pro Ball. Stock Hird Sacker and Smith y a will be drawing the Pacific in charges a i the goods. The figured in lie to moment the state Board of equalization undertakes to regulate the farm and All private carriers on he basis of commercial carriers. I its troubles will have be a Public necessity and becomes a How i m Public nuisance. And although the Dele min problem May seem elemental to the Box folks Bock Home it b far fron. Ole fun Mer truck is Doe o transom mental to the lawmaker on the n lion and How will the farm big line listening to the insistent books on Loch operations yet Thi is cont militated under now pending. California just begun example will the Board what part of the Cost of a peaches hauled 20 Miles in a a Ilea Dia Man a shortstop this their pay from the Cincinnati reds of the National league through the farm Oitice at Toronto in the in-9inational league. This circuit is ranked on Par with coast Loop. Ivan c Awford sparkling second Bast Man now owned outright by j Tulsa in the Texas league is Ai a ready started in the 1937 season what with his league now under fui1 swing. From the Arcadia Diamond Crawford was sign d to a be Angeles Angels contract Farmed out to Tulsa the latter buying of right. I a Ity i men circuit be the until pen punishment waived by agree of the majority of teams in the one of these two teams will sole Leader of the tournament Atte the playing of this game. In games run off on sunday the san Gabriel Valley lumber company Valentine was son left the i auks of the undefeated when d Rby tavern it Price Gish Kotlier 2b Thorne of Irving in a Vedo is Baith of Corpe of p m. Purcell 3b d. Purcell c Smith a of r h i i 1 3 0 2 2 0 i 0 4 1 3 0 0 0 0 i 3 la a i 0 0 5 0 0 i name a a Bock Beer comes i rom Einbeck in Germany the name a a Bock Beer is traced to the town of Einbeck in Germany 4�?Tj Miles from Hanover famous in i fifteenth Century for its Beer. It is a Strong Beer sweeter Darker and heavier than lager first drawn in the Spring when tile Winter s brew of lager Beer is broached. In the old Days of brewing when Beer was All brewed in the Cool months of autumn and Winter the first drink drawn off in Early Spring was Bock and it was greeted a with great High though under later conditions Beer is made at any time in the year but Brewers still stick to the old tradition observes a writer in the Detroit news. Emerson so beverages past and present says that Bock Beer a is a savoury seductive beverage and will soon overpower die Drinker if he attempts to use it As he does his common he repeats the common legend about the Bock German for a Goat a giving its name to the drink three centuries ago. When contestants for a Beer drinking championship were bowled Over by a Goat. Another explanation is that the stupid antics of the drinkers were termed a Bock is it ii Quot or Goat like. A making proper exposure for a granted right lighting whether it be Daylight or artificial is the principal Quality which distinguishes the photographic work of Art from the Ordinary haphazard snapshot j How much attention do we As Ama i Tours really pay to How Light Ilia j inmates our subject when we aim i our cameras i suppose we Are photographing a person do we take the pains to avoid harsh front lighting which makes our subject squint and casts deep shadows into eyes and from the nose. This usually happens when the Sun is High and directly strikes the front of the subject. Especially in the Case of a close up Tho shadows that delineate the features Are Likely to be unpleasantly harsh. Do we seek to discover the Light angles that Are most pleasing usually Light coming from the Side or a bit from behind the subject makes a better picture do we observe the tone of the principal object of interest if the object is dark do we note whether it is in such deep Shadow that it is Iii danger of merging with the background when the negative is developed and the print made do we notice whether a Light coloured subject is in a full Glare of Light without a dark background behind it to set it off sometimes a background that seems to be dark May not prove effective because of unobserved Light reflections such As from the surface of water. Some of the most famous photographers stress the intelligent use of Light to an almost unbelievable degree. When working with artificial Light they May use thousands of Watts on such a seemingly easily photographed subject As a Basket of eggs. They carefully study the it feds of variations in Light intensity How they affect Sharpness of Shadow outline Shadow density Shadow radiations. They Experiment with these effects shifting camera lights or the subject itself and decreasing or increasing the volume of illumination. They want to show you a picture of that Basket of eggs that is realistic enough to tempt you to reach your hand into the Basket and pick one up and by controlling the lighting they succeed in doing just about that very thing. We too As amateurs can immensely improve the Quality of our pictures if we will but study and consider Light effects whether from the Light of the Sun or from Home photo lamps. Obviously there can be no rigid rules for selecting or arranging Light effects considering the infinite variety of picture subjects often quite differently affected by similar Light conditions. Getting the right effects depends upon How much sense of the artistic we possess plus experience sizing up the picture Chance. But there is Oue general Rule and that is to seek contrast in the highlights and shadows that compose the outline substance and background of the principal object of interest. At least we can avoid that Cardinal sin of Black and White photography a a Flat lighting. John Van Guilder. 34 score by Pasadena base hits Arcadia base hits la him demands of special groups demanding special legislation to regulate a this and prohibit that. The one the legislator Seldom hears from a at least until he goes Home is the Porsch about to be regulated the attempt o make farme1 s subject to All the regulation licenses and taxes intended for commercial carriers. For example is backed by tire for hire Lucking in due try apparently intent on making it. Unprofitable for tile fas Mer to carry his own crops to Market. As a Matte Quot of is no More Rea tit keep All Bills ens of bring to trucking and 304.1 found logic there Ion for saying that Farmers or farm Coop native doing the necessary hauling incident to their business a e commercial carriers than thee would be for classifying All rucking operators hauling farm produce As farm is. Under Senate Bill 953. The Farmer who charged a higher Price for his products delivered than at would be forced to take Cense As a Public Carrier slivered his own goods and pay the 3 per cent truck tax income Derby d from t lick. Yet the merchant or furniture dealer making deliveries would be subject to the tax the farm out a ii-1 if he de-1 on he Gros use of his agriculture has no desire o protect the commercial Carrier using the role of private Currie of a subterfuge to escape his fair share of taxation. But it is entirely unnecessary to p Walize the Sands of Farmers to Bock a few Fly by night concerns. S mate Bills 303 spin o cd by the Faun organizations will Clear the atmosphere by giving exemption to the Man haul it in products As an in acid it to his by. Mess. And hauling for his Neighb the farm Coop Maui Jwj Mem be s. Bill merely Recognises the principle that til Man who himself is not necessarily a a nor the woman who Pawnee. A cosmetologist. By reasoning a Farmer does a. Truck Driver when makes his weekly 1 definite my his of it the 3 simple a haves Bai Ber de i s ii he Sam become doing casual ors As Well As 4 a be propel t v j financial usage of the term a stocks and bands a Stock is defined As snares or holdings collectively in a corporate business Enterprise attested by certificates of ownership which usually carry on their face a statement of the sum known As the Par of the Stock which purports to represent the actual investment of Money or its equivalent of each unit share. The aggregate Par value of All shares outstanding constitutes the capital Stock of the company. Uti Cates having no face value called a Gnu Par Bonds Are Given by a government or corporation As an evidence 1 f de usually for the purpose of borrowing Money also any one of a series of instruments evidencing an integral part of such a debt As. A $1,000 Liberty Bond. Hence lot in any interest bearing issued by a government be i a a a Jet a Jinjiu took a three set match 8-6. 3-6, 61. In the Ether tussle played on sunday the Bank or America team compared of mess s. Garret and Walker taking the pm Ace of the disbanded Fortner and loud entry made an impressive debut with a 62, 6-2 Triumph Over the me shop Ruddick King. Fourth round pairings were an pounced As follows / san Gabriel Valley lumber is. Hasson Nesbitt Arcadia Tribune Hardy Harris team me shop is. Arcadia hardware Smi h electric is. Be Dei by tavern Douglas drug no. I is. Douglas drug no. 2 Gillette a shoe store is. Bank of am Eica and dark hours Walton hard War Roll 27 innings 030 206 010�?12 031 328 020�?19 014 320 000�?10 023 311 010�?11 summary innings pitched by whaling Smith 6, Corpe 3. Charge defeat Smith credit Victory to Home runs Grant base hits team is. Or Are opposition to High schools opposition in permitting Boston girls in enter High schools in 1852. Led to establishing of a Normal school to equip them As teachers the Inadequacy of the plan soon became apparent but it was 187�?� before All of these girls were fill provided with a secondary Educa Hon. 9. To y to whaling. Schuelke. Three g a Corpe. Two base a go ant Goodrich Acevedo m. Purcell Kotlier Irving stolen bases a Barth. Sacrifice hits Smith. Struck out by whaling 8. Smith 2. Bases on bails a off whaling 6 Sun h 3, co pc 3. Hit by Pitcher whaling. Double plays Acevedo to Grav to Grant to Penney to Goodrich. Triple play a. Purcell to i ving. Umpires a lob pc and Imp o Connor. Carnation an old Flower Tim history of the Carnation family runs Back to 300 b c. The name was derived from the Clove tree by the greeks due to the scent of the blooms no doubt the specific name o which is c Arlo phallus aromatic Cus. The development of the lion As a greenhouse flow been carried Louisiana a parishes soon after the Purchase of Louisiana from France that part of the territory which comprises the state was divided into twelve settlements called counties. These districts were not clearly defined and priced unsatisfactory for the purposes of civil government. In 1807 the legislature of the territory of Orleans divided the territory into Nineteen districts and called them parishes from the old French and Spanish ecclesiastical districts or parishes. And when the state was admitted to the Union the name Parish was applied to additional civil districts which were afterwards created. Classified advertising class Fieo advertising i cent per word per ins Ulsem tit accepted for Lese than 25 cents and to die Tribune office Arcadia 2131-and pay later. In Adver Quot Bone you. For Sale 2 Mountain Cabins for Salem big 1 Able Santa Anita Canyon w i n t e r i Creek Branch. Very reasonably wanted p iced. Pm. Niagara 2729. I in up to 6 real Good Choice $27. C. Colo., a sad a. Practice j. Gould nordic drama of creation the old nordic drama of creation is much longer than the Bible one. In the beginning so the drama starts there was no heaven no Earth but in the Middle a vast abyss Kinnun gaga. A hot wind struck against the ice of Kinnun gaga melting and dripping the ice into living drops and tile drops took the shape of Man. Thus arose an immense giant Ymir and while Ymir was asleep a perspiration started All Over his body in his left armpit a Man and a woman grew out. And so on for Long interminable pages. Trade in your old piano on Norge refrigerator. Browne 94-t3p pianos. 967 e. 92-Tfc a new 1 Man a dist Bute circulars local Coffee Agency. Earnings $200 in a month. Ford Given producer As Bonus. Complete outfit sent no Money risk. Details free. Write Zanol. 198 t nth St., Oakland. California. 91-Tlp South Myrtle Monrovia. 90-12tc wanted�?5 or 6 House about Oue in Tribune. Room year. Furnished w Ite Box 94-3tp several Good used pianos excellent condition. $48.00 up easy terms Browne a 522 South Myrtle Monrovia. 90-12tc for Sale Good Saddle and work horses. Satisfaction guaranteed. Corpe bros., 50 Laporte Arcadia. �?78-Tfc Man reliable to become an j automobile and acid nit claim j adjuster in your territory. Insurance experience unnecessary. No a Selling. Write associated adjusters Box 564-k, Milwaukee wis. For rent not re i cent my i 91-3 p Legal a possible own. Chas notice for any debt s sex 6 room furnished 2502 Naomi Avenue. House at 92-3tc m. If Eson Carn Lier has on in America since 1852, and the first hybridize a a a As done on Long Island. To i k i a j a the Sharp Cheddar that spreads 11 he trip to Mark t. Nor i Farn crop a Highway freight company. Lex Iii not haul Franklin a epitaph the original copy of Benjamin Franklin s epitaph of r himself is i die collections of Yale University get certificate or corporation especially when a Date is set for payment of the principal. J he Bonds i sued by corporations private or municipal Are usually secured by a Lien r mortgage upon property those by governments Are not As a citizen could not enforce bus Lien. Many forms or kinds of Bonds Are sufficiently described by their names As Coupon Bonds mortgage Bonds first mortgage Bonds sinking fund Bonds and so on in Diana Polis Nev. Desert Mountain sheep the desert Mountain sheep lives in the most severe environment of any of the Bighorn sheep of North America. In much of its Range permanent water holes Are 30 to 50 Miles apart and about these the life of these Hardy animals must Center during most of the year. The desert Mountain ranges which Are their Homes Are Low rugged hot Rocky a forested territory. Vegetation is sparse and the whole terrain is the most forbidding occupied by any major species of big game. That the animals can find sustenance there where the annual precipitation May amount to less than three inches is astonishing. Creamed old English it has the Tingle on the Tongue flavor of rare Sharp cheese. And its spreadable. Try creamed old English in sandwiches Plain or toasted a Kraft product imitation pearls there Are Many necklaces of imitation pearls on the Market some so beautifully made that Only experts can detect that they Are not the real imitation pearls Are made in factories by the following process the Scales of certain fresh water fish Are dissolved in ammonia trained is injected into thin Glass balls until a thin film is seen to have formed on the inner surface. Gum or Wax is injected to fill up the hollow Interior and lastly the Glass coatings Are removed by acid. Then the solution thus of j t respect our fellow a and we should obey and Laws As Ion a room and Board room and Board Fot eld titty lady. Reasonable. Write Box 30. Tribune. 94-t3p Laws Are for Protection Laws Are for Protection says Hygeia. The health Magazine for ourselves and for other people to be a Success As a citizen we must each i s rights keep Rte they ate Laws tile Melanise term Melanise has been applied As the Converse of albinism both of which occur in wild animals. Melanise is More rare than albinism in this country but throughout inter tropical America both make their appearance frequently i to warm blooded animals according to an authority in the los Angeles times. Melanise is caused through an abnormal development of Black pigment while albinism is brought i about through Lack of it. It Tribune want and. They deafness the must con Ness Are Anion to cure. I a Marafi Ham uncut i the lure is of a of ult piano rent $2 to. later on Purchase. C. J Gould. 967 f. Colo. To m1sch.i.aneoi1s $10,000 worm of insurance Protection. Travel and Accident to los Angeles times leaders and members of family St p r year. W j. Baldwin pm. �?�325 the world moves so does the Diamond Transfer moving packing crating storage estimates free pm arc 9k>9 buy f .v.v. am Arcadia merchants.v.wswavn i a necessary investment. % advertising to an investment wha h pics % Divra erds and should be consider d just in important in your overhead expenses As % rent Light heat and Etc. A people shop through the medium of udder Tusing so it is necessary that Jour message % before them constantly. ? the greatest returns Are possible Only when % you employ the right kind of advertising j and that kind of advertising is with. I the Arcadia daily Tribune

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