Clipped From Marshall Evening Chronicle
FITS. BALTIMORE GOES INTO - . • -"$ Baseball Pennant \Vlnner* Welcdmed I/lke Conquering Ilerot-n. ..-..' BALTIMOKH, Oct. 8.—Probably never in the hlstto/of the national, game was there anything in tho way of a demonstration to ttic victors approaching the sccnea i gtrccts wcna in a noimn.y. IVMIIV<.-I" *»«~«j j g^td business men were noticed with tho m t f gc and b i, vc k cravats, each «" • e hero when tho Baltimore club mM .hed home. From enrly morning the I streets were in a holiday! aspect. Many I ~ . _ _ . ' -_ . . i,l ,1 » gaudiest of orange and black cravats, each wearing a happy countenance- as if some' groat personal .success had been.achieved.. At Cumberland, Md., tho entire city seemed to have turned out to welcome the club. The reception at Hagcrstown and nil other points'along the journey through Jarylaiul was a.rcnetltlon'of the^umber- »nd greeting. t Nothing approachliig the greeting given he members of the Baltimore base ball tub by tho mighty throng assembled at ho Baltimore station can bo linoglned by me not on tho ground. Tho procession of the night was such, both from a-polnt of lengt.h and Interesting features, ns but ;ow have seen; Governor Frank Brown Was the most susplcuous "rooter*^ in the first carriage. Others In carriJiges were Mayor Latrobo, ex-Postmaster. John- son,dnd in fact ncnrly every prominent >an In tho city. Tho procession occupied nearly throo hours In passing u given point.' After the procession had gone shrough tho principal streets of tho city it headed for tho armory, where a reception was held. After thp reception, reception, which lasted' about two hours, tho players were escorted to tho Hotel Rcrincrt, where a banquet wound up tho day's festivities.