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BAD COLD. HEADACHY OR BILIOUS?
RECUIAIt VOIR BOWtLS IQCtNTS
Break a bad cold? Yes' Surest «»v Cascarets and vou will wonder in the!
in the world is to take two CaacaroU j '"orniug what became of your misery-!
to oiubt ami vou will wake ui» witb a ,wa^ 10 ' .
. , ... >n ,i • i Cascarets is the purest cold breaker
clear head and the cold *one. Try this. kuown _ a 10 l . ent box will ~r oxe lt
If headachy, stuffed up and sore all over Mothers should cure children's colds,
from a cold or grippe give your liver'this way —no harm—llo dangerous!
and bowels a thorough cleansing with drugs.
IO CCNT BOXES -ANY DRUG STORE
NEWS OF STEEL TQAf
GRACE y. E. CHURCH CHOIR
PRESENTS AFINE PROGRAM
Ralph C. Westbrook Will Sing '' Ar
mourer's Sons" From Robin Hood
—John Hose. Elizabethtown, Will
Rsnder a Selected Vocal Solo
The choir of ijrae Inrtei Evan
se ical church has arranged au excellent
program for the musical to be held in
that church to morrow eventug. A tea-,'
t i r e of the concert will be a i>hss solo
by Ralph C. Weatbrook. entitled •'Ar
mourer's s-oug," iron K,> »• :i Hoo<l. The
complete program follows:
Piano solo, se •• -te 1, Master Russell
Sheet. - .: invoc-.it oti. by pastor, the Rev.
J. M. Sktnp; piaao diuet. selected. Sim.
•lames; Thompson and R. C. Westbrook;
real tig, se'eeted. Mrs. V; <v; violin
solo, aolldwl, FHjpT McNoa r : tenor
solo. "Hosanna." K. C. Houdo; r aell; se
iMtiM. Kvaugei-c'ill "male chorus: read
ol selection, Mrs V/lleffiiergcr; vocal
net. Mrs. William Sic key and
M-. Hoodetkell; piam duct. nlecM,
Misses I st.'er c Ethel Keim: bass
if. • • Arm.- 'O.-'i Song" r'-oni R< >iu
Hoc i. R. West. too* : reading, select
i. Miss 'McGove : piano solo, sele-tel.
Harry Tmwiu; v oca I solo, selected,
••oh; 1 Hose, Kii.-abethtown; reading. se
• •»- M « Eva Herman: so;, -am- solo,
s e. ted. M-s. Breni. er; sole' . ion. hoir
of 6ra e 1". b). ihur.-h.
HI KTH 1» V\ I'ARTV MOND.U
>i ny Persons Attended Gathering at
Home of John Wise
A irthday party was held Monday
evening at the home of Jonn Wise,
I'enn street. Highs re. in liom-r of the
anniversary of the birth of Harry
8? lellenberger, East Ma-iie: street.
Inioor games and mu< furnished
the eutertainuient o' the eveeng after
r. h refreshments were served to the
foltovrmjf prions: "■*
Mr. an 1 Mrs. Harry Siiel.euberger.
Karl Mr. an 1 Mr-, John
1. WiM, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Nieo'as.;
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Uirkin. M:s.<
Harry Dayhoff, Mrs. Da -y far and
son, Bernard. Mr. and Mrs. O. H.
Shelly, Mrs- Mos.\s QheUttbozgae, M:s.!
James Muilholan. Miss Blauche Sharoa.
Edward Shoemaker. Mr. and Mr*. W:l
--im M -Naughton. James M- Na.uh
ton. Miss Kuth MeNaoghtoa, Mr. and
Mrs. George Knilev aud family, M-.
an t Mrs. R-.;**eP Mower*. Mr. and Mrs.
Jessie Nicolas and son. Miles, Mra.
Bowmaster. Margaret and Thelma
W'.se, Lee V "e. Mr and Mrs. Harrv
DEMOCRATIC COLORED ( LI B
Efforts Now Under Way to Effect Or
Announcement was made this morn
ing thai efforts a-e umter way for the
organisation of a colored Democratic
club in che Third ward of the borough
to take part in the present campaign.
A similar organization was started in
t-h.s war l two years ago. but it soon
At Monday evening's meeting of the j
V> al Democratic an 1 "Wa-iiington party
■executive committee several prominent
colored Democrats from Harrisburg and
Steelton discussed the situation. Tt is
expected that the loal club will enroll
many of the younger voters in t'ae 1
LECTTRE RV FORMER PASTOR
Large Crowd Greeted the Rev. W. B
Cooke Last Evening
The lecture room and primary depart-!
Trent of the local Presbyterian church
were crowded last evening bv former;
parishioners and friends of "the Rev. I
"William B. Cooke who entertained the
audience with a lucid description of his
travels around the world.
Former members from out-of-town,
who were present, were ' harles F. Zim
merman. Lebanon, and Mr. and Mrs. H.
H. Howard, Harrisburg. Miss Butler,
who spent several vears as a mission
ary in (.liina and who is at present vis
iting her brother. Bber Butler, was also
present. Refreshments were served at
the close of the leeture.
THIN FOLKSJJADE Fill
Good, bcaitnv can only be gained
bv the u e of the proper food, together
with natural action of the organs of J
assimilation. Nine people out of ten in l
nrder to weigh as much as thev ought !
and be perfectly healthy, should use i
Samose, the great flesh forming food |
and health restorer. Weigh yourself
before commencing to use these little
tablets, and see how your weight in- j
creases from week to week.
Samose does not contain a particle of
starch or pepsin, nor is it any nause
ating preparation, such as is' uaually
recommended to make people fat and
which does not build up good health
tissues. Samose has valuable flesh
forming properties, tones up and
strengthens the whole system, helps the
food that is eaten to be assimilated in .
a natural manner and absolutely re
stores health to all tbe orgaus.
if you are not perfectly satisfied with
the results from Samose. H. <'. Ken- '
nedv will return your money without |
any quibbling. Adv.
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT. WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 21. 1914. '
IHE REV. J. C. THOMPSON
He Congratulated the Ladies' Auxiliary
of Division No. I, Ancient Order of
Hibernians, ou Success of Their
Work—New Officers Elected
The Rev. James C. Thom son deliv- j
ere t rtje opening address yesterdav at
the animal reeling of the County Board
of ne Ijiidies' Auxiliary Division No..
' 1. Ancient Order ol' Hibernians, held in
Pile A. O. H. hall. North Front street.
Miss Ma-v Shannon, past county pres
ident. was presented with a bou
ijaet of ;ink chrysanthemums, the pre-j
sen tit ion speech being bade by Aliss'
Gertrude Dunn, president of Division
No. 1. The follow ng officers were elect
ed. after which a . aliquet was served:
President. Miss Mary Sh an no n: vice
pres-dent. Mis Gertrude Dunn; sec re-1
tary. Mi--- M j;:"et M-Guire: treas
u-er. Miss Margaret M Mahon; direct
-0 s. Mrs. Alice M-urpiiy. Mrs. Kacli '
erine > rov. ey, Mrs. M 'Mullen. Miss
Annie Soil vaa, Mia*QAtrr Fttserty audi
Miss Mar*- Barkholder.
1 he Beuton * acholic chur h will hold
« dance in ts hall. North Front strei :.
s ev ening at S.l 5 o'clock. Wieger's
orchestra will fc.rnis-h the music.
The annual meeting of t c stock-,
holders it' the National Brew ng Com
panv was held iu the office of that com
-1 n this afternoon a" 2 o'clock.
Uiwren.-e 1.. Overland was brought
•' ii York to iuv >y Constable Giiv'o,
liarged with dese" on an 1 non-sup:>ort
'ly his wife. Myrtle. H" will be ar
raigued before Squire Gardner this|
T:i • yci. uir peonle i>f the East Steel
ton ' hurch of Ood are busilv rehearsing
tor fie m .si-al in i entcrtaittment to
lie !-•!.! in the chur.-h Friday evening. :
0 tober l'". The committee in charge
is lo:n_f aTI iW>iVMe*to make this event I
one of the grca'.e-t iu the history off
! the church.
Eugene F. and Charles R. Hol
-1 ton. nad'tors for the Steelton school'
«3 yesterday file-1 thei- report]
v. l iige McCarrell. Tlie district's
ei 's la- year were H0t. 569.66 smd
the expenditures were sl-1.765.54. The
'•or.ded "" lobtediiesj is fix'-d at $145.-
or an ncrease of SH.2(H) over foe
Roiani' i*. Parsons. '.'4 South Eourth t
street, has returned from an extended
visit to relatives and friends at Chi-!
1 ago and Gary. Ind.
Miss Margaret Haines, South Set on t
street, is spending several days with
friends at Carlisle.
William W. Lenker. Washington
:vartv cand late for Assemliiv. and Dr.
•T. H. Kroi.'.er. candidate of the same
Vartv for Congress, called on voters in
the borough to day.
hev- tar-i. North Front street, is v;« '
:ting his home at Pahnvra. He was ac i
•on anied by two children of his sis
ter. Mr--. Harry Rhoads. who was taken
to the Harrisburg hospita' several davs i
j ago suffering with typhoid fever.
Miss Wileox. the visiting nurs? em
ployed bv- th' Steelton Civic Club, wib
be in her office from 8 a m. to 9
*. m., from 12.50 p. m to 1.30 p. a
Ooerlin. Oct. 21.—The m Swiltft I
township Sunday school distr t held a
two-sess on convention yesterday in
The first sessiou was held in
the Salem Lutheran »burch at 2.30 p. |
ni. and the evening session was held in
Neidig Memorial United Brethren
; church at 7.43 p. m. W. D. Resl, prom-i
inent n Sunday school work through
out the State, delivered an interesting
address at each service.
The Republicans of Swatara town
sh;p held an enthusiast: • rally in the en ;
gine nouse last evening, which was
crowde 1. to hear addresses made by,
George R. Hull. John C. Nissley and i
Earl E. Renn, all of Harrisburg.
The Woman's Missionary Society of
, the local United Brethren church will
observe Woman '« day Sunday with an
a-propr>ate program to i>e rendered in.
rhe church Sunday evening. The Rev.;
C. E. Boughter. pastor, will deliver a
sermon aipropriate to missioitarv sub i
e-ts art t<he service ou Sunday morn- I
| ' n ?-
Merle Wise «pent to- lav on a che-st I
\ nur hunt n the vicinity of Marysville ]
Mrs Susan Waldon. Paxtang. and j
Mrs. Marv Hardy. Middletown. spent >
I Sundav the guests of 'Mr. and 'Mrs. 1
I Milton Wise. Harrisbirrg street.
Parke and Edward Brehm. of town,!
are attending a reunion of the Brehm j
i family w-bivh is being held on one of
j the Brehm farms in C umberland countv. |
George A. Stengie an I family took
an initial trip to York Sunday in his j
newly-prarehased automobile, where
they were entertained -by Mr. and Mrs. !
John Yetter. '
Prof. George F. Dunkleberger has
gone to Altoona where he will deliver
an address the meetins of the Re
formed Synod wh:> h i a in session in
that city this week.
Miss Effie Rjplev is spending several •
j days with her cousin. Mrs. Mary Tay-1
i lor. West Fairview.
The Rev. D. E. Rupley will admin
I ister the 'Holy ' oaimurion to the mem ,
i>ers of the Dauphin Lutheran courofc '
on Sunday morning. Octolver 25. The
Rev. Charlca Caufelt, of Gettysburg,
will occupy the pulpit of Salem Lu
theran church Sunday morning during
the absence of the Rev. Mr. Rupley. '
Volunteers Needed on
Saturday Also to
Nail Seats in Stough
PRAYER HELD IN
Meeting in Allison Fire Company Quar- j
ters Conducted by "Billy" Shan-i
non—Executive Committee Holds
The executive committee of the
I Stough evangelistic campaign held a
| ioug session last evening, when the
routine work of every department was
j under review. It was near midnight
when the meeting adjourned. Wilmer
i < row. chairman of the press committee,
i tendered his resignation, it being de
i cided to merge tms department with tbe
publicity department, under the chair
manship of K. F. Webster. Mr. Web
ster was authorized to begin newspaper
advertising at once. The decorating of
the tabernacle, which will be done by
i me young men's and young women's
j committees uext week, was tentatively
j arranged for.
Auother meeting of the executive!
committee will be held next Tuesdav j
to complete the last details incidental to j
the opening of the tabernacle meetings
ou the following Sundav.
Another special call for volunteer'
nail-drivers ii being made for next
Saturday, when the seats will be put ut
the tabernacle. The volunteers will be
fed in the same way as last Saturday.
| when tuty put up the framework of tho
tabernacle. The dinner will be cooked
in the kitchen of the Ridge Avenue
Methodist church and served free to all
of the workers. To-morrow any num
ber of volunteers can be used to help i
put the waterproof covering on the!
William S. Roebuck, chairman of the|
j tabernacle committee, which has the 1
erection in charge, said that he had '
1 been fortunate- enough to obtain the j
help of Samuel Garland, who is un ex :
pert roofer. Mr. Garland will have j
charge of the work to-morrow and will ;
have three experienced roofers under j
him. Each experienced roofer will!
have charge of one squad of volunteers.
!t will take 6.500 square feet of ma
terial to covei th? roof of the big I
More than 150 persons attended the i
ti st pi-aver meeting held m the parlor
lot' the Allison fiie house, on South;
Fourteenth street, under the auspices
•if the Stough cam. aigu. last evening. |
"Billy" Shannon, who is a former tire-•
rr.au. gave a 20-minute talk. An or- !
chestra led the music and a solo was'
sung by William Webster.
A meeting of the young men's com
mittee will be held to-moriow evening!
at 8 o'clock in headquarters aud a'
meeting of the new publicity and press
| committee on Friday night.
FLAW im AT NI RSERV HOME
Will Be Observed Nest Saturday, When
Frizes Will Be Awarded
The Nursery H.nne will observe uext |
Saturday as Flag Day. Prizes wil! be j
given the same as lust year. Flag -ta
1 tions are located at the homes of the
Mrs. Albert Koenir, Maple Grove ho
tel. 2101 North Sixth street; Mrs.
j James D. Hawkins, 1207 North Third
I street; Mrs. Fred Marsh, Third audi
I streets; Mr-. H. B. Montgomery,
i 902 North Second street; Mrs. J. E.
Dickinson. 22S North Second street,
and Mrs. Charles M. Froehlieh, 1111
I Market street.
In case of rain. Flag Day will be'
; postponed until the following Satur- !
MANY WILL KREET COLONEL
Bull Moosers From Adjoining Counties
Will Be Here to See Roosevelt
The coming of Colonel Roosevelt to
Harrisburg on October 29. when he will j
make an address in Chestnut street
; hall, is being looked forward to with
; great interest by not only Dauphin,
! county Bull Moosers, but by admirers!
i of the ex-President in contiguous coun-;
ties, and many will be here who will]
have no other opportunity to see and |
I hear him.
Colonel Roosevelt, according to Coun I
' ty Chairman Ira Mosey, will spend an J
! hour and a half in Harrisburg. The!
Roosevelt party, which includes besides 1
the Colonel. Gifford Pinchot and about
fifty others, will arrive here on the
j morning of Thursday, October 29, at
10 o'clock, and wil! remain until 11.30,
when the party will leave for New-
York Chairman Mosey is arranging aj
reception committee which will be an
j nounced as soon as completed aud will
! embrace prominent Bull Moosers in
in an l contiguous counties.
I BRONCHIAL COUGHS
When the bronchial tubes are af
fected with that weakening, tickling
cough, they need immediate and sen
sible treatment. The breath seems
shorter because of mucous obstruc
tions: usually fever is present and
your head jars with every cough.
Your chest aches and the inflamma
tion often spreads to the lungs.
The food-tonic that has proven its
worth for forty years—is Scott's Emul
sion. It drives out the cold, which
is the root of the trouble, and checks
the cough by aiding the healing
process of the enfeebled membranes.
If you are troubled with bronchitis
or know an afflicted friend, always re
member that Scott's Emulsion builds
strength wfffie reliering the trouble.
' 14-ti Scotl &Bownc, Bloonic«:d. N.J.
Pledges the Republican
Party to Construe- j
tive and Comprehen
sive Legislation .
SHIFT OF THOUGHT
Ho Repeats That He Was Never Bossed
and Never Will Be Bossed—Pal
mer and Penrose Assail Each
(Special to the Star-Independent.)
| Chester, Pa.. Oct. 21.—Dr. Martin 6.
1 Brumbaugh, Republican candidate for
I Governor, spoke before a large aud'-
enee at the Y. M. 0. A. last night. Ho
was introduced by State Senator Wil
liam C. Sproul.
Dr. Brumbaugh was gretted with a
big ovation when he arose to speak.
He said he was not a stranger in Ches
ter, having frequently spoken at the
school institutes here; that he was
used to asking for things for other peo
ple, but now he was experiencing the
novel sensation of stumping through the
State askiug the citizens of the Com
monwealth to vote for him for Gover
Dr. Brumbaugh said in part:
"All the traditions of our parties
have been broken in the last two years,
j Kvery party has felt the shift of public
1 sentiment and the chastening of the
| public will. The Republican party comes
I from that experience just as virile, just
| as earnest and just as strong as any
I party dare come from it, and offers
now through its candidates here before
\ou as fine a program of social, educa
tional and moral reform as any party
I iu this Commonwealth dare offer it to
'•We offer it with this peculiar dif
! t'erence that instead of dreaming about
j it and theorizing about it we have the
practical judgment and power to make
j good in our party. 1 therefore, appeal
j in no apologetic mood or attitude, as
| we have no apologies to make.
Says He Will Not Be Bossed
j "We are an aggressive aud virile
' people lighting for the rights of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. I
! want you to understand that and help
1 us to put before the people of this State
I with gome degree of detiniteness and
i clearness and force the fact that if
elected to the otliee of Governor of this
\ State. 1 will pledge to you and I Will
j pledge to the party, that 1 will go into
i the office with niv views ou constructive
; and comprehensive and advance legis
lation and an administration as progres
i sive as any reasonable people in this
: Commonwealth can ask for.
"Those who have known me in my
| school work and those of you who have
; been niy pupils or my associates; those
I with whom I have touched elbows in
the work of my life, knew very well
Uhis one thing: that I never was bossed
.and never will be bossed: that if elect
ed Chief Executive of this Common
j wealth, under my own conscience and
the will of the people. 1 shall endeavor
j to deal justly and rightly by all who
live in this Commonwealth."
Speeches were also made by Thomas
iS. Crego, candidate for Congressnian
at-Large; Frank B. Mot lain, candidate
tor Lieutenant Governor, and William
I Ramsey, candidate for the State As
sembly from the Chester district.
Penrose Assails Palmer
South Bethlehem, Pa., Oct. 21.—Be
fore a crowd of more than twelve huu
I dred voteis. principally iron and steel
workers. Senator Penrose last night at
tacked his Democratic opponent, A. Mit
chell Palmer, as the author of the met
al schedule of the Democratic tariti
; law. which has thrown many thousands
of men in Pennsylvania out of employ
ment. The meeting was one of the most
I enthusiastic political gatherings Senator
i Penrose has addressed during the catn
! paigu. Northampton county Republi
can leaders declared that Senator Pen
| rose Arould carry the county over Pal
New Castle. Pa., Oct. 21.—Gilford
; Pinchot addressed nearly 10,000 per
sons in Ljwrence county yesterday,
| making a hurried tour througn them
and surrounding boroughs during the
| day and "peaking here at night. Pin
ohot told his audiences he would sure
t ly be elected, but devoted most of his
; time to discussions of Senator Penrose's
i official acts.
' Mr. Palmer is a most estimable man,
| who has no chance to win, according to
[Pinehot's expressions here yesterday.
| Congressman Henry W. Temple, the
! Progressive Congressman of this dis
j trict, accompanied Mr. Palmer and
j spoke with him in every place visited.
Democrats in Sharon
! Sharon. Pa., Oct. 21.—An attack on
(Senator Penrose as "an assassinator of
business." charging him with uttering
i falsehoods about the condition of busi
' ness in the State in order to create
I business depression and utilize it as a
j weapon against the Democratic Ad
-1; ministration, was made last night by A.
I Mitchell Palmer, Democratic candidate
; for United States Senator, in his ad
dress at the Opera House here.
Mr. Palmer declared that Senator
Penrose ha l been going about the State
i :u the present campaign and telling the
people of one community that business
lin some other community in another
1 part of the State was at a standstill,
) in his effort to substantiate the "ca-
I'.amity " charges against the A iminis
At Gro- e City. Mr. Palmer and Mr.
MeCormick were introduced to an au
| dience that numbered more than 500
by Dr. A. T. Ormond, president of
j Grove City College. President Ormond,
; a classmate of Woodrow Wilson at
| Princeton iu the famous class of '79.
was long professor of Philosophy at
Princeton, and an intimate friend of
Grovcr Cleveland whom he strikingly
resembles in personal appearance.
The greatest trouble of a man who
| is minding his own business is that
' so many want to help him.
| X i have won remarkable
j / favor among stout and
il J, medium women be
V.- p cause of their great
j ' ! % \ strength —they are the
/ * l ;J j strongest corsets made.
\M No matter how clever the
/ Ml' O design in producing perfect
v /H ' '>i W j stylc anc * corrcct nes or an
A ovcr - stout figure, the whole
,\ \ r ' value of such a corset is im
mediately lost if it lacks the
l \ / I >J \ siren gth t0 hold its original
\ I'l 9 > Rengo Belt corsets are all
\ \ that can desired Style
RENGO^-) \ \ (determine that for yourself
BELT |l | i» j\ by examination), and they
FEATURE L \ LU lf\l possess more of lasting
p, | °l° il t .W/U shapeliness than can be
fri » I ft ' purchased in any other
-MASTIC j- JfU_corset.
I | c Thenew models are now ready.
* \1 /J v| 0U them boned
ill/ 1 ' i'lpf throughout with double
1- -j j /'j&fpfij* * I watch-spring steels, guaran
teed not to mst '
Prices, $2.00, $3.00 and $5.00
For Sale by Dives, Pomeroy Stewart
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DEATH FROM INDIGESTION
Daniel Mowen Died Within Five Min
utes After Suffering Attack
I Waynesboro, Oct. 21. —Daniel Em-i
• inert Mowen, llidge and Cleveland ave
j uues. died suddenly Monday night at
. j Welsh Run, this county, of acute in
,; digestion, aged 15 years, 9 months and .
j IS days.
»j Mr. Mowen, who was employed in
the l.andis Machine Company's shops.'
•; went to the home of D. L. Whitmore,
i an old friend, at Welsh Run, where he
-! was reared as a bov, to ispend a week j
or so with him on the farm, during in
ventorv iu the shops.
He helped husk corn Monday after
noon. When he returned to the house
for suppor he said that lie did not < are
for anything to eat, that he did not feel
well. Soon afterward the acute iudi !
gestion set in and, tivp minutes later,
at 8.30 o'clock, he died.
Fell From Haymow, Injured
Chnmbersburg, Oct. 21.— Albert, the
young sou of Alr. and Mrs. Charles For- j
! svthe, residing along thp Williamsport ]
' and Greencastle turnpike, near the toll- j
gate at Kemp's Mill, was painfully in
jured Monday afternoon when he fell
! from the haymow in the stable.
Just a few minutes after the 'ad
had jumped from a rafter 'onto the i
i haymow he slipped and lost his bal
" ance, plunging to the floor twenty
• feet below. In falling his face struck j
1 i agdinst the tongue of a wagon, inflict- i
- . iug a severe gasli across his cheek and
j lips. He suffeied considerably from
-) the loss of blood,
Autoists Badly Shaken Up
Gettysburg, Oct. 21. — Striking the
i granite capstone over the culvert at
the junction of Broadway and Carlisle
B ' street Monday night, the automobile |
driven by Kent Meals was badly dam•!
[ aged and its occupants severely shaked !
| up, while one of theni, Robert Me- j
' I Guigan, was thrown to the road. He
! was not badly hurt.
The young men were returning from j
'| a trip to Carlisle and, it is said, the
f lights on the machine were not work
' ing properly.
C R EWJ!ARD •
Philadelphia Division —108 crew so
go first after 3.40 p. m.: 102, 117.
109, 113, 120, 107.
Engineers for 102, 108.
Firemen for 102, 107, 110, 126.
Conductors for 109, 126.
Brakeraen for 109. 126.
Engineers up: Hennecke, ~Davis.
Streeper, Smith, Albright, Young, Brue
baker. Statler, Sober, Huber, Tennant,
j McCauley, Seitz, Kautz.
Firemen up: Rhoads, Hartz, Brown,
Myers, Whichello, Kegleman. Shive.
Barton, Lantz, Wagner, D. Davidson,
Conductor up: Fraeli'.'h.
Flagmen up: Sullivan, ( lark.
1 1 Brakenien up: Baltozer, Griffie,
Gouse. Riley, Knupp. Mclntyre, Jack
-1 *on, McXaughton, Dengler, Collins,
I Stehman, Coleman.
Middle Division—crew to go;
i first after 1.30 p. m.: -44.
Preference: 7. -, 10, 6. it.
Laid off" one trip: 4, o, 1, S, o. j
' Engineer for 6.
Conductor for 6.
Flagman for 7. ' I
Hrakeman for '2.
Engineers up Magill. Welcomer, Sim -
onton, Webster, Smith, Kugler, Wiliis.
Briggles. Moore. Wissler, Minnick. !
Uertzler, Muinma. i I.
Firemen up: Wright, Davis, Sim c
j moils, Stouffer, IJeacham, Richards,
t Karstetter. Grots, Zeiders. Fletcher, \
Arnold, Bornman. Cox, Lieltnu. Ore
; wett. J
Conductor-- up: Baskins, Fraljck, Hn : ,
' ber, Bogner, Byrnes.
Flagman up: Jacobs. Miller. . f
Brakemen up: McHenrv, Kleok.
Kane. Mathias, KiefTer. Wenrick,, t
Schoffstall. Kipp, Myers, Kilgor, Baker.,-
Werner. Peters, Bickert, Kohli. Plack.;
Roller, Frank, Strouser, Bolan, Spahr. «
Yard Crew?— Engineers up: Thom-|
' :>«. Rudy. Houser. Meals. Stahl. tSnab.
'Crist, Harvey, Snltsinan, Kuhn, Snv
der. Pelton,' Shaver, Hoyler, b-indis, '
Hohenshelt. Breneman. 1 i 1
Firemen up: Schieffer. Ranch, Wei
| gle, Lackey, Cookerly, Maeycr, Sholter, i
' Snell. Bartolet, Getty, Hart, Barkev,
Sheets, Bair. Eyde, Essig, Xey, Myers,
Boyle, Shipley, Crow.
Engineers for ISS6, 707, 1270,
Philadelphia Division—crew to
go lirst after 3.45 p. m.: 234, 205, i
i 245, 230, 251, 24 1. 247, 222, 228.
249. 233, 248, 219, 203, 211, 221,
250. 235. , (
Engineers wanted for 203. 205, 211.
' 21K, 242.
Fireman for 235
Conductors for 205, 216, 230, 233,1
: Flagmen for 221. 233. 235. 252. I
Brakemen for 203, 234, 240, 244,1
i 245, 249.
Conductors up: Keller, . Gundle. J
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seconds according to the tick of the clock at the U.
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See that your watch i 3 in perfect running condition
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No necessity for consulting specialists
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entire time to these conditions (There
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money. Hours 9.30 a. in. to Bp. m.
Cut this out for future reference.
Walton, Pennell. Forney.
Klajihien up. I'eck, Simpson.
Brakemeti up: Jacobs, Long. iWcst,
Shuler, Taylor. . umpbell, Bakor, Felker,
Middle Division—lo4 crew to go
lirst after 2 p. m.: -22, 219, 235*
24 7, 220, 249.
F.. H. & P.—After 11.45 a. m.: 19.
'2O, 22. 10, 4, 11. 2, 1, 10, 7, 21, S.
Eastbouud—After 11.40 a. in.: S4.
59, 51, 69, 70, 52, 57, 61.
Conductors up: Philabaum.
Engineers up: Wvre, Massimore,
Wireman. (ilasa, Sassiman, Richwine.
Vletz, Fetrow, Morrisons.
Firemen up: Boyer, Bowers, Brown.
Dowhower, Anders, Sellers, Binglia
Brakemen up: Avres, Heilman, Car
lin, Taylor, Maurer, Shader, Heckman.
Fleagle. Kply, Ely, Stephens, Greater.
Dunkle, Strain, \Vynn, Miles, Cherry.
Corl, Maehmer, Troy, Smith.