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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 November 1914

WALL STREET WELCOMES TO-DtY'S OPENING WEDGE Stock Exchange Will lie Reopened ' fop Limited I>ealing* in lfigh> t?rade Romls. INQUIRIES ATtR FOR STOCKS Sentiment Clearly Is for SpeculativP Shares, but Demand Is Ignored by liOHitl of Governors, and Rrokers Arc Trying to Solve Problem. 11Y BRO.VnAN WALL. NEW YOPK. November UT.-Of the nwnibefB cfllic Stock Exchange there are only fifty n bo iiwkp a speclulty In bonds. Ilqwcv?r. Wnll Street appreciates to-mor \-Ws opening wedge, whjirh will open up public Interest In securities. Of 10) Inquiries, nlnety-ulne will be for stock*. but Hie St"ek BXcliange has deemed It Advisable to routine trHtllnB I" the higher gra'de Innds tlint "111 normally appeal to the Invostor. Without speculatIon. the ex pensive machinery of Wall Street would l>e without enough lubrication to keep the wheeirt running. Honds nnd high grade In vestments appeal to those who study In come from past history. Events In the past four months have sharpened the wit* ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 November 1914

SIXTY-FOURTH TEAlt ADMITTEDLY the best medium in the south for class ified ADVERTISING. TRLBFIIONE YOUH WANTS TO TUB T1MKS.DI8PATCH UNDOLrH 1 I RANDOLPH WANT AD. HATES. >AILY, on? cent u word when paid In ad vance. No ah. taken for lean than 10 cents. UNDAV, one and one-half eenta a word for all classified sd?. except Situation* Wanted at one cent a word. No ud. taken for lenu than 15 cents. jfO ADS. taken for lesa than 35 cents when charged or phoned In. Phoned orders not ! guaranteed. Classifications not guaranteed after 0:30 P. M. LOST AND FOUND | h" 1 'ijOST. black overcoat (gray cloves in pocket) between Jefferson Hotel ami ho Boulevard. llcwttrd If returned to | 'J.- H. Sutton, Jr.. 608 Wont Franklin | Rrcct. ? ?OST, on Wednesday morning, a thin caae geld watch: monogram on back V. L. Elgin inako. Howard If r? urned to Room 112. City Hall. HHLF_ WANTED?Male , D.ra,,ytty. 01,4,1 clorka; $7G< ^am,nat,.2n8 ?9'nl,1K- Sample f'" 'r??- . Ifranklln Institute. | ^Wu. 4^9-T, Hoch...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 November 1914

THELATEST From tVo most WAR NEWS 80 u rcpa 'ta " T . found daily in THE TIMES-DISPATCH Wlilch Way to (jo; a Classified Ad lload Tolls Wliero to Look SIGN TELLS THE TIMES-DISPATCH RICHMOND, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914. SKETCHES FROM LIFE -:-By Temple The Gloves of Roeckl, Fownes, Reynier Where could 0110 look for such x trio of famous makes? Aud there are others. All being sold liere exclusively at their former, or before-the-war prices. BUV YOUR GLOVES NOW? For personal use and for Xmas giving. ^ ROECKL'S "LAURETTA," in bluck, tan, white and gray, also black and white, with contrasting embroidery; the best | Gloves made, at, pair. . ROECKL'S "BEAUTY" REAL KID GLOVES?Soft, elastic skins, In black, white and tan and black and white, with contrast ing embroidory, pair.. REYNIER "CHEVERETTK TANNE" CAPE GLOVES, black md tan; two-clasp, per ,>air DENT S WALKING GLOVES, In black, tan and white; also black with white embroidery; ^2 QQ ROECKL'S LONG GLOVES ?OR EVENING WEAR? 12-button leng...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 28 November 1914

do; a Classified SIGN TELLS $U'T. SSt THE TIMES-DISPATCH THELATEST^^K WAR NEWS THE TIMES-DISPATGH RICHMOND, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914. Not merely in the completeness, however, is this so nota-, ble, but from many years of experience of testing and of elimination, we are able to present Cloves of sterling dura bility, correct proportions and sound workmanship and at the lowest possible prices. At this date tho Glove Department is completely stocked to fill every demand for Cloves of 1014-15 styles. 8. 12, 16-button lengths and -wrist lengths. Piques, Capes and Mochas,'and all Kid Gloves. Tho newest, embroidered backs arc in grea^ strength; urn pie quanti ties of white, tans and dark tans, browiiB, taupe, navy blue and dark green. And a splendid variety of swedes and natural chamois colors. These arc all our wcll-knowu standard qualities that have made thousands of tirm friends for the Glove Section.' Some price groups are given, following: The Gloves of Roeckl, Fowne's, Reynier ( W...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

READ THE WANT ADS Thfy fell of opportunity* lor which you may hnve htra look* !?<?? z' THE TIMES-DISPATCH BEGIN THE WEEK'RIGHT My placing in order, for the diilljr delivery to your homo ?r office of E TIMES-DISPATCH 64th YEAR NUMBER 19,914. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1914. ?FIFTY PAGES vveatiVeh CLOUDY PRICE FIVE CENTS GERMAN ARMIES IN GRIP OF RUSSIANS Superiority of Cadets Is As Marked As Results Indicate. MIDSHIPMEN OUTPLAYED IN EVERY DEPARTMENT Game Furnishes Splendid Scenic Picture, Which Always Distinguishes It. CROWD OF 88,000 ATTENDS Itrilliant Toucli of Militarism Stirs Hearts of Cheering Mul titude. PHILADELPHIA. November 23.?The United States Military Academy de feated the Naval Academy, 20 to 0, In their annual football panic here to day. The superiority of the Cadets wan as marked as the score Indicates. Once the powerful Army machine ntarted its march for the Initial touch down. the ultimate outcome never was In doubt. Tho Midshipmen were out played and outc...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

BEGIN THE WEEK'RIGHT My placing u ? order ? for tbe dnlly delivery to your hone or offlc? of THE TIMES-DISPATCH NUMBER 19,914, READ THE WANT ADS They felt of opportunities fot which you mny have been look* In*? THE TIMES-DISPATCH PRICE FIVE CENTS RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1914.?FIFTY PAGES CLOUDY GERMAN ARMIES IN GRP OF RUSSIANS Superiority of Cadets Is As Marked As Results Indicate. midshipmen outplayed IN EVERY DEPARTMENT Game Furnishes Splendid Scenic Picture, Which Always Distinguishes It. i CROWD OF 38,000 ' ATTENDS j Brilliant Touch of MUltariNm Stirs1 Hearts of Cheering Mul titude. PHILADELPHIA, November L'S.?The United States Military Academy de feated the Naval Academy, 20 to 0, In tholr annual football game here to day. The superiority of the Cadets *'aa as marked as the score indicates. Once tho powerful Army machine "tarted its march for tho Initial touch down. the ultimate outcome never was in doubt. Tho Midshipmen were out Played and outclassed In every depar...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

bbuth of the Kranc'o-BolRlnn bOrtffcr, perhaps Jn the vicinity of Arras. Following the report from Pfttto grud-. of damage Infllctcd oh the Ger man jjleot by the Russians In Septem ber, comes the announcement through Paris.-that the German cruiser Hertha haar been sunk near Idbau. There also "are rumors that the German bat tleship Kaiser Willielm tier Grossc has OBITUARY -.Mrw. 'Henrietta \V. Merchant, Mrs." Henrietta \V. Merchant, widow of Kufu# B. Merchant, du u suadunly til hur home* in t reuericK8o?u-K nday nignt of lieart failure, ugou f>?xty-?ix years, yesterday bein& tne sixty-sixth anni versary- of her birth. *icr *on, nuius B. Merchant, was in the room with her when she M'iia suddenly strlcKen and never .%,/Oke again. A doctor was suni moiiv^. >'?i Miu was ucuu wiicii ac m rlvetf. havitiK lived only a few mo ments. She had been a member of t.iO Metnoilist Church since chilohood. Sue Is survived by six Children?Mrs. Henry Garrett, Hums H. Merchant, of this city; Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

Judge the Cohen Store by the Merchandise and Their Prices Really Is a New Price Era Every step and every direction of buying shows what this store proves to its patrons, not through type, but selling. All these important announcements are but shadows of what sTOREAs^mcHMOND is in store for the seekers of splendid buying. End-of-the-Month Sale of Women's and Misses' Outergarments We have gone all through our Suit stock, and have selected about 100 styles that will please all. Short, long and medium models, adapted to every figure?old or young, and in every size. The selection has been made with an idea of something for every woman, for every individual need and for a big day's business. So we have marked them at unheard-of low prices for Monday selling. i Rich Broadcloths, Fine Serges, Wool Poplins, Crepe Epingle and Worsteds Do not confuse this offering with ordinary sale goods, every garment is exactingly tailored, perfect in finish and fit, and meausure fully to the high standards...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

IMS e. BliS ME mil of chei com OflMn Named for New Team at " Benedictine Military College* W. O. PUIAiER 18 COMMANDANT In Pour Years of Ita Extatanoe, Only Military School In This Section of Virginia Haa Made Rapid Prog reaa. v. In recognition of his ?<?*.'both nondemlc and military. ' Ulnnn of Woodland Heights, ha* man tnad* captain of cadets at ""vtnder MUHiiry College Raymond A Vonder iohr has been mnde tlrst lletenant. and ?Thuma* F McOraw. second lieutenant of the cadet company Benedictine Military College was opened in September. 1911. and whj? onlv In Its fourth yoar. It has alreacl> made Itself well known among the preparatory schools of the city, it Is located on North Sheppard Street, di rectly behind the L?e Camp Soldiers Home property. It haB one B building containing cla?Hr0?ma. and assembly hall, chapel and living quarter, for the instructors located on an elght-acro campus and athletic fl?Th'e school was founded by tho Brotherhood of St. Benedict, and father Cha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

BOH SCOOTS OPPOSE STEALING BUS Scout Executive Housman Issues Canl to Boys as to This Practice. IjMTIjK SHORT OF THIEVERY Governor Ktuart Is Enrolled lis Mem ber of Hconts by fi|>encer Morton. Campaign for Members Closes To Morrotr Night. Hoy Scoutu of .Richmond will put the "tump of disapproval on tho prnotlce of stealing bnfrclij for their ClirlBtmas bonflreB. In an open letter to tho boys of Richmond, Scout Exocutlvo W. J. Ii Housman callu upon hlB charges to use ' their Influence to break up this petty thievery, which has grown to huge pro portions here. HIb letter follows: To tJjo Boys of Richmond: Throughout our city at Christmas thrio there 1b a desire upon tho part of boys of all ages,. In gangu. groups and ub Individuals, to build bontireu. This la preceded au early as the first days of Decernbor by the ntoallng of barrels. Marjy times thin petty theft has led to tho taking of money and tho promlso not to steal tho barrel. How can tho boys of Richmond rise abovo thin low...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

filf. | ? l% ? ? 1 WILL UNVEIL TSBLET IT BELL TH SITE ijJr.Mvv . * . w . .} Famous Building Wim Used as He fruiting Station During War of 1812. 8TUAJRT WILL MAKE ADDRESS Tablet Will Bo Unveiled by Anne Faulkner Johnson and John Crutchfleld Goddin, and Will Be Accepted by Mayor Alnsllc. sj&fcr.2 Gr&JtcTtfzelct <5cx?lf72. Under the auspices of the Dorothea Payne Madison Chapter. National So ciety United States Daughters or 1812, a tablet marking the Bite of the old Bel) Tavern, used as a recruiting sta tion during the second war agalnBt England, will be unveiled on Friday wrlth appropriate exercises. The un veiling will be done by little Miss Anne Faulkner Johnson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Cary Johnson and a great-granddaughter of Major Jamett Faulkner. Virginia's hero at Craney Island, and Master John Crutchfleld Ooddln. son of Mr. and Mrs Aylett T. Qoddln and a descendant of Major Crutchfleld, another well-known ofllcer of that war. The tablet has been erected on t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

RESERVE BUNK SYSTEM NOW IN FULL OPE1MTION Statement Issued by'Gov em or George J. Soay as to Condition of Richmond Bank. If AH INCREASED GOLD RESERVE Total Resources of Local Hank Now Aggregate. 8S,5j>3,175&4?Consol idated Statement Issued by Federal! Reserve Hoard In '"iVashlnnton. I Hu.pl d progress la being mado toward! the full Inauguration of tho Federal reserve banking system, according to statements Issued lidre yesterday by Governor Gcorgo J. .Quay as to the. Richmond Federal, Reserve Dank, and l>y Secretary ,H. l'arkcx NVIllls, of thoi Federal Reservo Hoard In Washington. | Governor Seay Issued yesterday the following etatoment of the condition i of the Federal .Reserve JUank of Rich-I rtiond at the eioso of business, Novum- j 'bor 27: . .. ... . . | lilabllltlen./ Capital 91,001,618 67' Federal resorvo notes 100,000 00. Reserve deposits ... 7.3017793 4S Other liabilities ..... 1,8)55 TO : Total 98,506,175 94 Hcttunrces. Hills discounted. 9 113,352 40 1 With Feder...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

- PASSENGER TMIN HITS FREIGHT ON VIADUCT Quo Man Has Wrist Hrokcii in , Wreck Near City Gas Works. ULAME PLACED OX OPEIIATOU iVllowcd Passenger Truin to I'rocwl . Before Extra l<Ycij*ht Had Cleared , Crossing, Explains Superintendent ' l<\>rd?-Track Kapldly Cieured. Passenger train No. ID of the Chesa- | peake and OIilo Railway crashed Into j the caboose of extra frelpht train No. ' 3 on the'westbound tracks of the via- j ilurt Just back of the City Gas Works j last night about S o'clock, the engine . fcf the passenger train driving itself | Into the caboose several feet. Ticket ^gent C. W. Morris, of the Chesapeake *nd Ohio, a passenger on the train Sue to arrlvo at Main Street Station At 8:10 o'clock, suttered a broken wrist, $nd several other passengers wore cut ' and bruised. but with these excep tions there were no Injuries. ! Conductor O. 13. Smith, of the freight i Jra4n, saw the engine of tlie passenger train benring down upon the caboose Jn whlche tie was sitting. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

FACES CRAVE PROBLEM ? * r r ? V : Worst Winter In It* History, Says Superintendent James Huclinnan. ' r.'l ? ? CANNOT EXPLOIT UNFORTUNATE Generou* Publlr Must Oome to Res ? cue Without -Spectacwlar Appeals FYom Tliwe;>V|i'| May goon Bo on '"The worst'"winter In tho history of the Aflfloclfited .Qha rltloB la now con - fronting . -la-.the opinion of Or. James B^ehanaij^ijienera) socretary of thir orjfaiilj'Siton, and a..man known 1 lo be conservative In hie .'opinion of j 'tyard times." ""When I say 'the worst,' I mqun It >0 tli!?, sense;, There ure more self respecting hard-working heads of fam *l|les. who have never before asked help from a charitable organization, tfho must pocket their pride and ask fpr a sack of flour to koep their wlveo and children from etarvatlon. They want work. They do not want alms, and they muet not be exploited. Per haps next year they can take up their burdens und go on Again without being branded as recipient of charity." MAA Y FACTORIES RUN OMy ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

a DUCK " DNS HIS TRIP HOI fit-""'. '? ' . * ?? lieaTes Paris for Havre, Where He Will Tuke Steamer for New York. CROWDS HID 1IIM FAKKWKLL Many Evidences of Appreciation Shown Retiring Diplomat l>y Gov ernment ami City Officials, Wound ed Soldiers and Others. PARIS November 28.?Myron T. Horrlck, the retiring America!* am bnssndor to Paris, accompanied by Mrs*. Hcrrlck and tho members of his family, loft Paris for Havre thin morning, where they will tako tho stcninor Hoehambcau for New York. A special car wad placed at their disposal by tho French government tor the run from Paris to the coast. Nearly all the Americans remaining In Paris, both men and women, crowd ed the Invalldes Station to bid fare well to the retiring diplomat. Among them wore William Graves Sharp, who succeeds Mr. Hcrric.k as auibasBadot; Alexander If Tlmokcra, the American consul-general, and Mrs. Thackera and the staff of the embassy. There were present also a number of prom inent French olllelals and sarno w...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

MED CONCERT FOB BELGIAN SUFFERERS Henry Baker, of Wednesday Club, to l>lrect;Prograin at City. Auditorium, 3ONTRIBUTI0N8 COMING IN Commissioner Boykln Now Has | Nearly 90,000 With Which to Start Provisioning: Relief Ship, for Starv ing People In Europe. _ Many and varied wero tho sources roro which the. y.irg|nla State Belgian, Icllef Commission received donations ind contributions with which to load ship which will soon sot out on voyage of cheer acroHs the Atlantic. Nearly |500 in cash was received horo oaterday by Colonel Honry M. JJoykllv vhl|e many assurances that foodstulfs vould bo roudy for shipment - wh<jn< tilled for were also received. 1 Tho most cheering news of tho day vas the receipt of. a communication; rom Bluofleld, W. Va., stating that a tampalgn had been successfully aunchcd there to ralso $1,000 with vhlch to purchase flour for tho ?uarv ng noncombatants. Clarence T. Mby-> dn,. secretary of the Bluefleld* Cham- j >er of Commerce, brother of the Vlr...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

BatterBread thai Makes "Good Lucks purity is guaranteed under the Pure Kood and Drugs Act For sale by growers ? every vhen Ask for it The Southern Mfg. Co. Richmond. Ya UNITED DOCTORS Specialist In Chronic DIoeniiM. 306-aia I.yrlc Theatre Bide. || Everybody's Carrying a Party Case! The cleverest and smart est conceit of the season? Party Cases! The above is only one of our hundreds of designs in all leathers, all colors, all sizes, all prices. Fitted with file, comb, mirror, purse, powder box, smell ing salts, memo, pad and pencil, in silver or gilt. The Cleverest Ideas. Largest Stocks At $2 And up to $15.00. NEW STORE 318 East Broad St, The Call c? the Season Women's Patent Button Hoots, gray and fawn tops; worth $4.00, the pair only $2.00 Women's Button Shoes, patent vamp, black brocade back, new Spanish heel; worth $4.00, the pair only $2.00 Albert Stein King of Shoes Cor. 5th and Broad St. Women's Raincoats Women's' Raincoats, In tun only, made or rflifele texture materials, but...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

PART SPORTS TWO , NOVEMBER 29, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS AIM TRIUMPHS OVER NAVY ELEVEN Superiority of Cadets Is As Marked As ' Results Indicate. Continued Froin First Pnitc,' Suction 1. best of the. afceondary line In this rc Mpoct. fV'j I'IIO MI N K> 1*,1> E1? a o N A t i E S IK*ATTKN'1>A.\CK OX CiAMK Membertf -Vf: the PrcBldont's Cabinet, admirals. generals, members of Con Krean and byho'r notables, together with society leaders anil other prominent personages'from throughout the East ern part of tho country walcli'.'d the Kaine. Ulllclal AVaShlngton wan there In force. Thi! Hecrb'ftiricB of War, Navy, Interior, Commereo'' a Jul Labor, the 1'OHtmaBter-Genernl and the -Attorney j General bach headed a party which ! came on a special train. Hocretary and Mrs. Daniels's party [ included, in addition to their three sons and Miss Ethel Bn'gley. Governor Craig, of North Carolina: H'-nator TUN man and Representative l'adgett, chairmen respectl vely of the Senate and IIouhc Naval Af...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

forty-nln? yards down into the Jackets territory, only to lose It by Inches on ^ forward pans to C. Wicker. Randolph-Macon was unable to do (Utythlng, howevor, and the ball soon | returned to the Spiders possession, who' took It down to the Jacket* four-yard. line, at which point tho quartor endu<L j With three chances to bo ore, Craig made a yard through right tackle. * Logan failed to gain through tho lino, I and a forward pass from Anoarrow to Wicker fell short of the goal lino by j two yards,.;uid the ball went over. Of course, the failure to count with this opportunity threw a lot of dlscourage ment Into the Spider camp. After ad? vanolng tho ball for six yards, tho Jackets were forced to kick 011 tho ? fourth down, Logan receiving the punt. | The Spiders threatened to score| again, but the ball went over on an { Incomplete forward pass. Ancarrow j to Newton. This would have been a Sure touchdown, for tho Spldors right | end was clear of all opponents, but the pass wan a lit...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 29 November 1914

Charles H. Ebbeta, DodKers'. Owner, Gives Figures to Bear Out Ills Con. tentlon, "Everything Is Higher." T v. HOTELS HAVE RAISED RATES Railroad* Also Charge More for Mileage, and Pasties Are Things of the Past?94,000 Is Estimate of Expense! on One Western Trip. Charles Hercules Rbbots, the well known Inhabitant of Brooklyn, N. Y.. who"' once asserted that "base ball.still is In its Infancy," wishes to he known that w^hat he said then appiios morcly to 'IK# playing and not in any way to the financial end. "No-slf-reo, not the financial end," "aid C. Hercules. "The financial end of bnerballhiiB outgrown its swaddling clothes, fill 'Hgkt. "Tho coiit.pf hasoballlng from the ownors jyiiidbolnt to-day Is from threo to six tliN'e?f un great how as it was In 1883, whtfflJfK fij-oko Into tho business and the co8trkJiB ihcreasing each y<Sar. Everything ?!? higher, heaps high er." continued the Dodgers' owrler. Traveling expenses have tripled In-tho lanl twelve or fifteen years, tho sul url...

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