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THE DAYTON A DAILY NEW8, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1915. V ,v n WOULD ERECT REST PAVILION ON CORNER ,?TJ. .-H-!- -IllIIIIIIIH"IIIHIlII RAY AND RIDGEWOOD fifes' D W GKORGK CUTSHAW One of the Superb Superlias. k'Mk fur New York to provide the Mt opposition to the Stiperlms. "stun, of course, will be in the run- hii.r iill the way, but last season the Fih rlias proved to be the only team the league that could win consta ntly from the Ilraves, and I think 11 at with any improvement this sea- n t y pitching staff I w ill he able put up even a better game against Btallings' team. As for the Giants, cannot deny that McGraw's team kinks to me aa the toughest nroiiosi- in the league and the club that it GIANTS WILL GIVE Q US HARD FIGHT" 0 ROBINSON e4 niscussing in the Brooklyn Stan- Banl I'nion the Superbas prospects r copping the 1915 pennant, Mana ger Wilbert Robinson, of the Brook- n National club recently said: During the coming season I look r but two clubs to give Brooklyn li.y treat amount of trouble in the tinant light In the National league. are Boston and New York. I 8 ft15 ' M ! 1 Ay Boston, New York and Brooklyn will be the contenders for the 1915 Na tional league pennant. In every re spect the team is to be stronger this season than it was last year. "Of course, the fact that Dalton has jumped has weakened the outfield to the extent that I have lost a good hitter, though not a remarkable fielder or thrower. I might have been able to use Allen, too, along with the rest of my pitchers, yet if 1 pull out two pitchers from the recruits I will not miss Allen at all. i "I'm not predicting a pennant for Brooklyn. I don't believe in such 'early predictions, but I do say this: j The Brooklyn club has batting i strength, in mil natural speed and 'great chances for a good pitching staff. That is all 1 ask. Given these, I will make a hid for the pennant and one that will be worth watching. "I will take a siiiad of lit) to the Duytona training camp with me. I will devote the greater part of my time to developing the pitchers, but I will also Institute a few stunts that should make for speed. Sliding is going to he one of the features of the training trip I will have a sliding pit ami will use it too. "I believe baseball is going to have a better year in 11115 than was the case last year. The fans will patronize the game more this year for various reasons, but 1 am sorry to see baseball going Into the courts. what Is needed right now to save the game from losses to all concern ed, and to make the game what it should be, is peace and an end to taking the good old game before, the courts. "It Is very phasing to read the stories of the different players in The Standard I'nion. If they show the same spirit on the field this sei son as they do in their stories, we will give all the other clubs the battle of their lives." E. V. Greene lias a proposition for improving that section of Bay street which lies between Ridgewood avenue and First street and making use of the triangular plot of ground which results from the position of the North canal along the north side of the street. Mr. Greene is willing, he says, to give and take the land along the street necessary to straighten it and make it of uniform width, and lie will put In the sidewalk on the north side and pay his proportion towards hard surfacing the roadway. In connection with this he would like to turn the small triangle of ground which will be left between the roadway and the canal at Ridgewood avenue into an attractive rest spot by erecting a rustic pavilion, fitted with seats nnd provided with a sanitary drinking fountain where visitors and others might rest and refresh them selves while strolling along Ridge wood avenue. As a still further at traction he would place at the rear of the pavilion an old sugar mill which he owns on Second avenue, west of the colored training school. Many people now make the long trip to see the mill and it would probably prove even more of an attraction to visitors if it was more accessible. Being fairly centrul on Ridgewood this spot would be an excellent location for a rest place, of which there are practically none along the avenue, a fact that is frequently commented on by visitors In the city. It would also seem well to save from destruction the few sugar mill ruins which still exist about the city, and which prove of much interest to visitors from the north. The Pinch. "Yes, I don't so much mind 'lm glv In' me the sack. That's all right. But 'e was a dirty outsider to send a let ter to the paper advertlsin' for a boy a boy, mark you -to take my place!" London Opinion. 1 eivH lirooklyn its hardest fight. I-'t season, with the poorest pitch- 'aff in the league, we were able r"isli in fifth place. When I take fuperbas to Daytona in March, 1 ' ''five seven or eight young re it Pitchers to work on. From this I should develop at least two SpaWo of hplnlnir Rio. toff" nforfnr 'I'irir.g the spacnn With Pfeffr Fan and Schmutz from last vear I ith the coming around to form Rucker I think the addition of two pnuiers will nut the SuDerDas rine deDartment ii n tMnfco tn an V clubs In the league. As for '"K-r. I expect him to be in good T"'. if what the doctors say is true. it can be seen I will have six upon whom I can place some ;;r"'- and with that number of vrr'n I don't see any cause for rrry. 13 'he early part of last season "re weak at third, as well as in " Pitching department. Getz patch ; that hole a good deal, but I aiso have Srhnltz f 1 if he develops the way I have t0 th'nk he will, third base '' b Protected as it should be. "rfore, I feel safe In saying that To Remedy a Leaking Pen. If one is troubled with a leaky foun tain pen the cppliratlon of a little soap to the thn-ads of the screw will work magic If the pen is emptied, thoroughly cleaned, filled and the soap applied there v i II ! no more trouble until the pen needs filling again. CHARGE MAY BE MADE FOR REMOVING TRASH Discussion of the problem which practically every city In the land Is bedeviled with, that of effectively and conomlcally disposing of refuse mat ter which Is continually iiccuiuuluting ibotit business places and residence: j took up more of the municipal coun- il's time than any other one subject, I at the adjourned meeting held Wed- j nesday evening. It was unanlmouslv j igreed that tho present method of artlng garbage to the city dumping I grounds is too expensive, nnd it is ! likely that a new plan will be adopted i one that will place the cost of haul ing upon the Individual citizen fron whose premises trasli is taken. I The matter was referred to the sanl-j lary committee, which, It is believed, The Town of Today; The City of Tomorrow Illustrated Lecture By MR. RICHARD B. WATROUS SECRETARY OF THE AMERICAN CIVIC ASSOCIATION " New Daytona Theatre Friday, February 26, 8:30 P. M. UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE Civic Department of the Palmetto Club Admission 50c TICKETS FOR SALE AT HANKINS' DRUG STORE MM J-HM M"I"M MHI M"I JHM HJ"M HHI H-l H-I -H -H-H-i 4-HHH LOUIS XIV LACES FOR SALE IN NEW YORK NEW YORK, Keb. 27,. An miction sale began today in this city of over live hundred pieces of ancient Ku rd pea n luce of tho sixteenth nnd seventeenth centuries. The group of will recommend that the old system ....... ... ' I altar frontals attracts particular at tention, as no other such collection he abolished and a new one substi-1 tilted. It bus been suggested that n minimum charge of K cents be made j for removing each can or other gar-! bage receptacle. Take tea at The Pine Tree Tea ta bles, 12 S. ralmetto ave. 1,'18-tf has been brought to this country. One of tho finest pieces in the col lection Is the smallest, a collar of Venetian point of tho seventeenth century, a remarkable specimen in a hunting pattern, with hunters, lriiinpe: ters, crests, animals, peacocks and serpents. Tho arfs on it resemble those of Colbert, the great finance minister of J.ouls XIV. A sixteenth century specimen of Im portance is a strip of Venetian (lotliic lace of the sort known as "I'unto in Aria," bobbin made, of Gothic pattern. There Is a wedding veil of old Span ish run point, with figures in the cor ners, which represents the work of successive generations, it being only when there are no more daughters in the fuinily that such veil Is procurable. An early eighteenth century piece Is a nmgnillcent Brussels wedding veil of "point de Gaze," needlemado for royalty and 'having scroll and floral designs. Postcard Hint Save your picture postcards and when preparing them to send to hos pitals and orphan asylums paste two together, back to back, thus concealing the address and message, and also giv ing the sick babies two pictures to look at instead of one. To Remove Butternut Meats Whole. Pour hot water over the butternuts and let them Hand over night. When treated in this way the nuts are much easier to crpek and the meats will come out whole. WANTED An experienced second maid with ref- ence. Apply Mrs. Cordis, stone house, North Bridge, Seabreeze. Wear a Flannel Waistband. In tropical countries the French and Italian army regulations require that soldiers wear always a flannel band around the abdomen. This is the best preventive of all disorders of the bowels la hot climates. Up-to-Oate Storekeeper. Selling delicatessen a prosaic occu TMitlnn. fit nnlv for fat men of Teutonic extraction? Nonsense' Not while the business or art or profession contains men like the New York storekeeper who has put over bis place a big sign reading "Culinary Art Pp"clalties." Australian Wood In Demand. Many varieties of Australian wood are of such singular beauty and are so admirably fitted for cabinet making that they are In great demand for that purpore Capons Hatch Eggs. In Germany capon are used for hatching eggs and racing the chicks. They take better care of the chicks than hens do, ev, n fighting hawks to protect them and running ,yith them much longer. Just Received a Fresh Shipment of Jones Dairy Farm Hams, Bacon, Lard, Buckwheat Flour. Mcdonald MEATMAN Sir" wKSS i mmmLJmm&wmmm&g m m fM'Wf1 Stat. Str..t. Chicago "jMj : HfeP' Jacksonville to Chicago M W Leave Jacksonville .... r,aI, M 71 MILLINERY The very latest models from HYLAND BROTHERS' FISK'S BURGESSER'S Received Daily. HELEN PURDUE 15 VOLUSIA AVENUE. 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