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ASSURE BETTER MAIL SERVICE Improvement Is Asked by Business Men's Association ONTARIO. March 9. Important steps toward tbe securing of improved improved mail service between Ontario Ontario and l.os Angeles, were reported reported Inst .night by J. D. Meriwether, chairman of the committee wlilcli hud tho matter in hand, to the members members of the Ontario Business Men's Association in monthly dinner session session at Oma Tea Uui'den. It Is declared that at present, letters letters mulled at the Ontario postufflce after 5 p. m. reach bos Angeles tuo late for the delivery of the following following morning, not reaching their destination destination until the following afternoon afternoon or In some Instances the second dny. Mr. Meriwether's committee tool the matter up with Pustmnat-r Pustmnat-r Pustmnat-r John Mitchell, who has given vli-tual vli-tual vli-tual assurance that a man will lie put on In the early morning to attend attend to the getting out of mall for the first delivery In the Angel City. Largely through the efforts of th.' JiuslneHS Men's Association earlier delivery of iiiallu in the business fiction fiction of Ontario huve been socurel and are now In eff cl. 1 M. I'rnsHwnlle. credit inaiias' i" of Barker Brothers, l.os Angelc, wn the principal speaker befoi'i the association last night and sae much valuable Information. Community Hliuiiift led by K. J-Sandford, J-Sandford, J-Sandford, with Miss l-lclni l-lclni l-lclni Sanfoid as accompanist, added to the pleasure pleasure of the o. caslnn. Korty menibc s attended the meeting and president R. F. Price presided.