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A HANDY REFERENCE LIBRARY
TRIBUNE ALMANAC 1 JtllO UIN Hi aXjIVJLAJLN aO JLm JLvXJU' Jk^l JbJI A AJL^JLw 1111^ JLA.V^ Names Do You Want to Know the Names of Federal and State Officers ? Laws Do You Want to Know What Laws Were Passed at Washing ton and Albany? Education Do You Want to Know What Our Colleges and Universities Are Doing? The Tribune Almanac places facts and data of every variety at the reader's service. The busy man has no time to hunt through many reference books for the thousands ot items of information he needs from day to day. The Almanac maker gathers and arranges material scattered through scores of publications, or as yet unpublished, and presents it to you in a succinct and logical form, co-ordinated and indexed. You have only to turn to the department you want — Eleo tion Figures, Religious and Educational Statistics, Sports, Politics and Political Records, Personnel of the Executive, Legislative and Judiciary Branches of the Federal Govern ment, the Army, the Navy, the Marine Corps, the Diplo New -York Tribune Almanac OUT TO-MORROW • • • • • PRICE, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 30. 1906. r A HARVEST ■FACTS^ Election Returns Do You Want to Know the Vote in Each State and Congress District? IN ONE VOLUME 'Bhe FOR MM matic and Consular Service, Officers of State Governments, the Acts and Resolutions of Congress, the Statistics of Trade, Commerce, Industry and Finance of the Country — and you have the information you need without waste of time or effort. You may hear your neighbors talking about the Pure Food law, which goes into effect on January I, but not one American in ten thousand has ever seen a copy of that law or knows just what it does to protect the consumer against the adulteration of food and the falsification of food labek. The Tribune Almanac is the only publication in the United States which contains, accessible to the general reader, the exact abstract of this act and of other acts of equal im portance to the average citizen. Dates Do You Want to Know What Happened Last Year, and When? Sports Do You Want to Know the Winners in Sports for 1 906 ? Statistics Do You Want to Know All About the Nation's Finances, Trade and Commerce?