The Press: Wiley, Waste

Among the ablest of Manhattan's wealthy Hebrews is a small man named Louis Wiley. As Business Manager of the New York Times, he is the right-hand prop of Adolph S. Ochs, famed proprietor of that newspaper. There are few facts about newspaper publishing that are not noted in the card-index under Louis Wiley's hat. Recently he held forth on the topic of waste:

"It will doubtless astonish you to know the actual volume of this waste. In the 13 weeks ending November 1 of this year the bogus set in the New York...

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