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NEWS OF STEELTON
BY PARAOE COMMITTEE
All but One Local Fire Company Has
Announced Its Aids to Assist Chief
Marshal Joseph H. Gerdcs—Five
Bands Already Engaged
Arrangements for the big local deiu
onstration of firemen to be held Friday
evening at 7.45 o'clock in honor ot
Fire Chief Shupp are rapidly assuming
shape and the affair promises to be the
largest turnout of Steelton s firefight
ers iu the history of the borough.
All but the Baldwin Hose Company
have selected their aids to assist lo
seph Gerdcs chief marshal, in handling
the walkarouud. The aids announced
so fur are as follows: Citi: .MIS'. Daniel
O. Sultzaberger and Charles G. Det
weiler: Paxtang Hook and Ladder Com
pany, Lawrence Eckles and Frank
Brashears: West Side Hose Company,
H. U Deckard and Harry Keim; Hy
gienic llosc Company, W. H. llartman
and John I'lrlch: East En t Hose Com
I anv, Frank Stees and Henry Wol
liuger. The Baldwin Hose Company will
select its aids at a meeting of that com
pany to be held this evening.
The following bands have been en
yaged to furn'sh music for the proces
sion: Citizens' Fire Company, lligh
spii'e band: Paxtang Hook and - Ladder
Company, Baiubridge ban .; West Side
and East End Hose Company, the com
bined Liberty -and East End bands
which recently consolidated: Baldwin
Hose Company, .Municipal band. 11 ir
visburg: Hygienic Hose Company. Lib
irty baud, Middletovvn.
Members of the borough council and
a number of aged firemen will b> in
the van of tin- parade in a number ot
automobiles. The route of the parade
wiil be decided ou this evening at a
joint meeting of the committees from
the various companies which will be
held in the rooms of the Paxtang Hook
and Ladder Company at !> o'clock.
It is expected that about 600 fire
men w;ll take part in the parade, which
will precede the banquet in Markley's
hall on South Front street. The com
mittee of arrangements includes: B. F.
Capeiia, K. < . Attick. C. p. Kramer,
Charles Peck. Joseph Manmille, J. E.
Keiin. J. 11. Gerdes, C, Ko'sch, B?n?
Sthrautlcr. Christian Arnold, Klga*
Hess. Earnest Groom. J. I\. l.<helin;*n.
John W . Nickey. William Andes, A. E.
Jamison, -'olin Breekenridge and Hen
OBSERVED ANNI \ KRSARY
Family Reunion in Honor of Mrs. Eliza
Tne sevcnty-niutli annive -ary of the
birth of M.s. Elizabeth Gland was held
at the residence ot Mrs. Jacob Weaver,
Penbfook. "Mimlsy, October 25, which
in the nature of a family reunion
ad »as largely attended. An enjoy
able time was spent and refreshnitn:s
were served to the following persons:
M«s Elizabeth Gland, Peubrcok:
Mi. and Mrs. Emanuel Bates. York;
inocii Gland. Harrisburg; Mrs. Rod
key, Steeltou; Mr. and Mr-. Mark
'■land, Steeltou; Mrs. John llagcu an I
■ laughter, Annie, Steelton: Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Weaver, Pj?nbrook: Miss
Idizabeth Gland, Harrisburg; Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin McGaivey and -on. Aivin,
Peubrook: Mrs. Mae Uupp an i son.
• rcseent: Mrs. Charles Turkin and chil
'iien, Katliryn. lla/.el. He en and
noia: Mis. Kdgar Risser and children,
i" n■. I. Edgai and Pauline: Ho in .1111';
Devlin, l)ewey IJodkev. all of Steelton.
Tiie new degree team recently organ
i ed by Steelt >u lxidge No. 3>:', L. U.
O. M„ will hold its first drill at the
' 4 ■ a: meeting i f this lodge to - morrow
evening iu the G. A. R. hall.
The Lutheran Brotlieihood an.l tiie
Woman's Missionary Society o': St.
John's Luther in church will both hold
meetings in the church this eveniiir, at
T. 45 o'clock
I'wo carloads of live stock arrived in
the borough this morning over the
Pennsylvania railroad, consigned to
the Steelton Comnany.
A movement for a closing ordinance
governing amusement places has beet)
started among the churches and resi
dents of Swatara township in the
neighborhood of Oberlin has for its
main object the fixing of midnight as
the time for closing all dances and
celebrations in the Mohn street section.
Tiie choir of St. James' Catholic 1
church last evening gave a banquet in
honor of the birthday of the !!cv. J.
C. Thompson The affair took place in
the rooms of the Benton Catholic Club
and among the guests were several v is
iting prie-ts. The Rev. Father Thomp !
son was given a handsome oouquet.
The Associated Charities will meet
Friday evening in its headquarters in
the Steelton Trust Company building.
Standard Theatre's Offering
In the eighth episode of "The Peril?
of Pauline," the patrous will witness
some hair breadth escapes and other
thrilling scenes while tiie rest of the
program is equal to the high class of
plays presented at this popular place of
entertainment. Don't miss it.
The following clerks employed in the
local office of the Pennsylvania railroad
have returned from Philadelphia, where
they spent Sunday: Lloyd Glattaker. |
P. H. Wagner and F. A. Glazer.
Levi Kspp, North Front street, vis !
ited friends in Harrisburg to-day.
P. M. Nev, North F'ont street,
tiansacted business in Harrisburg to-'
Miss Vernie Brinton entertained the :
Negathi Club at her home on Adams
street last evening. Luncheon was
Misa Wilcox, the visiting nurse em
ployed by the Steelton Civic Club, wib
be in her office from S a. m. to 9
a. v.. from 12.30 p. m. to 1.30 p. m
A Full Feature Show at the
Standard Theatre To-night
The Perils of Pauline. Eighth episode.
Gwendolin. From George Eliot's novel, i
The Way of the Red Man. One reel. (
The Price of Vanity. Featuring Norma !
( hilds and George Cooper. Two!
Admission. and to Cents
TURRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT. TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 27. 1914
ACTIVITIES PLANNED BY
LOCAL MUNICIPAL LEACUE
Organization on Record to Plant Trees
,"Ud Otherwise Assist in Improv
ing the Luther R. Kelker Park—
Committees Are Named
Park improvement wus the main sub
ject discussed by members of the local
Municrpal League at its meeting held
last evening. The league several times
has signified its willingness to plant
trees in the Luther R. Kelker park
way and in adjoining land when tiie
plans of the properties are completed.
Through Council the matter for some
time has been in the hands of Land
scape Architect Manning, but has not
vet reached anv definite development.
The Municipal League last evening
started plans for its aunual meeting
next month and the following nominal
iug committee was elected: C. S. Da
\ is. J. A. MeCurdy, Ross Frey, C. H.
McCoy and \V. P. Magiunis. The fol
lowing auditing committee was also
elected: A. H. Nisslev. L. B. Nve and
E. H. Mengle.
FOR RENT—3.">3-3."i5 South Fourth St.,
7 rooms each, good cellar and level
! yard. $9.00 per month. Apply to IjOI'IS
■ TI'RAN'O, 316 South Fourth St... Steel
' ton. Pa.
SATS HUSBANHSKED CASH
Wife. Seeking Legal Separation, De
clares He Demanded Her Wages
So He Could Buy Whiskey
Because his wife. Anna, would not
surromlei lier cigar factory earnings to
replenish his whiskey supply, Joe Ivov
sachs. a former steelton man, deserted
her, so the wife testified in her suit for
legal separation before Judjje Kunkel
I he hujbami. a cording to the wife,
now is living iu Chicago, paving left
Steelton more than two years ago. Mrs.
Kovsaclis is unable to speak English
and when asked whether her husband
has contributed to her support since
the date ot tiie alleged desertion she
replied through an interpreter that
"he wrote to me several ti'ftes and
wanted me to give liiui my money, hut
1 wouldn't do it."
I'he wife said Kov saclis spent almost
all of his money for liquor and wanted
her wages "Jo get more.''
Mrs. Vestn mentioned Vir
g.uia Douglass as the ro-respondeut in
her suit for -legal separation from
John 1' Leathery. _ The wife said her
husband brought the girl to ti'eir Cum
berland county farm and declared that
"before that girl is compelled to go
you—meaning the wife—will have to
Stop Tliose Early Bronchial Coughs
Tbey hang on all winter if not
Checked, and pave the way for serious
throat and luug diseases. Get a bottle
of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound,
and take it freely. Stops coughs and
colds, heals raw inflamed throat, loos
ens the phlegan and is mildly laxative.
Charles I'. Miller, Ld. Enquirer, Can
uclton. Ind., had bronchial trouble, got
very hoarse, couched constantly from
a tickling throat. He used only Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound. Was en
tirely relieved. Wants others to know
of Foley's Honey and Tar. George A.
Gorgas. 11> North Third street and P.
K. K Station. adv.
NEW (OIRSK FOR ALL (URLS
Members of Upper Classes to Be Per
mitted to Take Domestic Science
The giri> of the senior, junior and
sophomore classes, of Central High
Sehooi. as well as the members of the
entering class, will have the opportunity
to take the new domestic science course,
it was announced to-day. it was thought
at first that only the girls of the fresh
man class would be permitted to take
this new subject but it has been so ar
ranged that a group of twenty-six stu
dents can be formed in each of the
three upper classes, to take two forty
minute periods a week of domestic sci
This work will have to be done out
side of the regular school work, —the
girls of the morning session going back
in the afternoon, an i the girls of the
atterioon session going in the morning,
one day each week. The domestic sci
ence work is in charge of Miss Stew
OLIVET CHURCH CALLS PASTOR
Congregation Chooses the Rev. W. O.
Yates, Theological Student
The congregation of Olivet Presby
terian church last night voted to ex
tend a call to the Rev. W. O. Yates, of
Pittsburgh, to become pastor of the
church, filling the vacancy left by the
resignation several months of the
Rev. Francis H. Laird. The Rev. Mr.
Yates supplied the pulpit of the church
recently and was well liked by the con
He is a young man, unmarried, and
has not before had a regular charge.
ileHas spent four years in Siam as a
missionary. Graduating from Frinceton
Theological Seminary in 1909. He has
since been taking post-graduate work in
the Western Theological Seminary at
The Conscientious Chinese Child
One of our missionaries, writing of
a little girl in the school under her
care, says: ''Last night Wah Noo told
nie she wanted to be "a whole Chris
tian.' as she called it. So we had a
long talk and tried to think of all the
wrong we had done that day and con
fess it to each other. She counted
these wrongs on her lingers: 'I did
not brush my teeth as you told me to
do: I did not take off the lower sheet
on the bed when I made it up, and I
know I ought to always; I got angry
with one of the girls at school; I did
not use my soap when I took my bath;
I did not try to do my example in
multiplication: all the other girls did
theirs wrong, so I thought I would
too.'"—Cor. Christian Herald.
11 RESCUED H
French Steamer Amiral
Ganteaume Is Blown
Up by a Mine Off
Thirty Men and Women Drowned or
Crushed to Death Between the Ves
sels During the Rescue of Passen
gers by the Queen
By Associated Press.
I<oudon, Oct. 26, 11.30 P. M.—lt is
officially announced that the channel
steamer Queen rescued 2,500 passengers
trom the French steamer Amiral Gau
teaume, blown up by a miue off Bou
logne. An appeal has been made for
help for the distressed people. When
the steamer Queen left the scene of the
accident the Amiral Ganteaume was
still atloat and British destroyers were
The mail boat Queen left Boulogne
tor Folkestone Monday afternoon. When
still in siglit of the French coast her
captain saw volumes of smoke and the
water s|>ont up where immediately be
fore was an on coming French vessel. A
passenger on the Queen told the follow
Passenger's Story of Disaster
''We made as speedily as possible to
the damaged ship which then appeared
to be going down by the bows.% The
refugees oil board were terribly excit
ed, swarming to tiie deck, clim-bling into
the rigging and shouting in a piteous
manner. They attempted r® lower a
boat but the vessel was at sui'h an
acute angle that it swamped 'is soon
as it touched the water.
"A neighboring fishing smack came
to the rescue and later Jwo French tor
1e lo bouts came up. The Queen at
tempted to lower a boat but seeing the
enormous number of people to be res
cued concluded that this course was use
less. By carefully maneuvering she got
along side and by strenuous exertions
assisted iu passing the refugees across
to her own deck. The sea was choppy
and both vessels were heaving, making
tiie work extremely difficult.
Red Cross Assists in Rescue
"Some of the returning members of
the British Red Cross were aboard the
Queen and rendered valuable assistance.
The whole of the refugees were trans
ferred in forty minutes. A number of
accidents occurred during this process,
thirty in on and women being drowned
or crushed between the ships.
"'One man was cut in half; another
had a foot cut off anil a third had both
arms severed. Children were thrown
wildly across bv their agonized par
ents. Some were safely caught but
others missed and fell into the sea and
were drowned. Many men jumped into
the sea and were rescued by the smack
and the torpedo boats.
Belgian Soldiers Among Saved
"The effect of haviug 2,509 more
souis on the Queen caused fears of over
weighting the ship and capsizing her
so the rescued were for. Ed below in such
masses that it was impossible to get to
the sjfferers with medical aid.
"The rescued were so pleased at
their es.-ape that they threw their arms
around their rescuers and kissed them.
One hundred and fifty Belgian soldiers
were among the saved.
"All the crew of the Ganteaume
stuck to their ship and were doing nil
they possible could to keep her afloat
w*iion the Queen left for Folkestone
where the injured were taken ashore.
The rest remained aboard the Queen.
All the passengers on the Gauteaume,
except a few soldiers, were refugees
from Lille and Arras.
T/ondon, Oct. 27. 0.35 A. M.—A dis
patch from Folkestone to the "Daily
Chronicle" says that the disaster to
t'he Amiral Ganteaume was not due to h
mine explosion but to the bursting of a
The Provencal Tongue
Mistral, the great Provencal poet,
has been likened to Robert Burns for
t'he work he did. But Burns' task was
child's play compared with Mistral's.
The Scottish poet found his language
fully grown and completely alive: Mis
tral had to create his means of ex
pression. Provencal had lost every re
semblance to a literary tongue, and the
new poet-patriot had to mold it afresh,
to recreate and to build up on the ruins
left by the vineyard and the farm.
"Our Provencal." said 'Mistral, "was
a country lass, ragged and wild." She
is now a wonderfully beautiful creature,
but it is doubtful whether ail the genius
of Mistral can keep her alive. V.ie
educational reformer in France does not
like such irregular beauty.—Chicago
Mr. Sapleigh—No, I'm not feeling
very well, you know. I have thought
once or twice lately. Miss Keen—
Good gracious! And then you wendcr
why you are feeling ill. You really
should not do such reckless things.—
Averapc Autumn Temperature IZ°
Authorized by Dept. Bermuda Gov't,
Very Low Antumn Rates
S. S. Trinidad
Sail* .Nov. 4
The Royal Mail Steam Packet Co..
Sanderson & Son. Gen. Agts..
State St., N. Y.
Quebec S. S. Co.. Ltd.. A. E. Outer
bridge & Co.. Agts.. 23 B'way, N. Y.
For Booklets apply to above S. 9.
to'» or any Ticket Agfa)
THIRTY CAUSES FOR NEXT
TEE M COHfinONPLEAS COURT
IWer» Set Down for Trial During the
Week Beginning November in by
Prothonotary Henry P. Holler This
Thirty causes tu be tried at the spe
cial term of < ommon P.em Court to lie
- held during the week beginning Novem
ber lt> wete announced by Prothono
j ta;y Holler tliix morning as follows:
Isaac D. West vs. Alfred F. Hit una,
ejectment; Mabel aud Harry F. I,ereii
vs. the Hummelstown and Campbells
town Street Railway Comrauv, trespass:
Penrsylvania Railroad Company vs. An
■ na Rehrer. eject ale tit: Como Company
vs. Sides A- Sides, assumpsit; Agues
l. 'idv \Centrul Pennsylvania Trac -
tion Company, trespass: Martin J. Hiley
vf, Sarah Rashinskev. assumpsit; Mar
garet Denk'vs. Jacob Snyder and David
(•Challenger, trespass; Marv Pajric vs.
Feu I Lovranitch, trespass: Benedict
Seblitzer vs. Oity of Harrisburg, issue:
Barbara Koenig vs. City of Harrisburg,
issue; Mary Miller vs. City of Harris
inirg, issue: Sarah and Benjamin H.
Prowell vs. Harrisburg Railways Com
pany. trespass; Robert Stewart vs. Stat?
s of Pennsylvania, assumpsit: William C.
' Shaull vs. Joseph L. Shearer. Jr., tres
s, pass; State for the use of -Sadie Hor
. I ner vs. John A. and W. H. Horner, as
. j sumpgit; John H. Palm vs. National Ben
Franklin Fire Insurant e Company, as
' i sumpgit; Nye & Trederiek Company vs.
1 I C. Swing Underwear Company: J. S.
c ! Famous vs. J. H. Troup, assumpsit : the
s j Capital Fire Insurance Company vs.
p Page & V>rr, assumpsit; Abraham Spoon
i er vs. Samuel Spungin. assumpsit; Har
risbiirg Light and Power Company vs.
R. G. Cox. assumpsit; Wlarv S. Boovn
i , vs. Central Guarantee Trust aud Safe
r Deposit. Company, assumpsit; Esther
I Hiekernell vs. E. C. Garmau. trespass:
j G. Frauk Milleisen vs. G. W. Mcllheuny,
assumpsit: Gately & Fitzgerald Vs.
Moses Voft'ee, assumpsit: J. C. and H.
Hoover vs. Harrisbiirg I«ig-ht and Power
I Company, trespass: H. T. Stevens vs.
L. M. Bricker, trespass; John W. Wade
j vs. Oliver O. Waltz, trespass; Annie
J jNaglp vs. Oliver 0. Waltz, trespass;
' Binlsong & Company vs. Nick Lingerin,
NECESSARY TO RAISE TRACKS
So Alleges Harrisburg Railways Coin
-1 pany in Reply to Highway Com
•! missioncr Bigelow's Charge
An answer to the equity suit recently
' 1 brought by State Highway Conimis
' | sioner Bigelow by which he seeks to
.! compel the Harrisburg Railway Com
, pany to lower its tracks, running paral
" : lei with the pike between Progress and
Penbrook. was tiled by Wolfe & Bailey,
. | counsel for the defendant 'company
r ; this morning. The railways company
' | contends that although a certificate of
• | public convenience had been sought and
' refused and that the work of raising
the track was done without such per
• | mission, it was necessary as a means
jof preserving tho Company's trolley
j Machen to Take Farm
j John Macheu, a farmer who has
: spent twenty years on farms on islands
in the Susquehanna river, has entered
into a contract with Park Commissioner
' , Taylor to farm MeCormiek Island dur
' j ing the n'ext season. He will take pos
' session of the farm on December 1.
? Have Issued Many Licenses
County Treasurer Bailey had issued
r . 5.005 hunters' licenses up until noon
i i to-day.
Assessors Tardy in Reporting
M Tne County Commissioners are re
s j quired to send to the Adjutant Gen
• I eral's Department not later thau No
s veni'oor 1 of each year a report showing
the number of men in Dauphin county
? who are liable for military duty. Ap
' pareatlv assessors in the county have
t forgotten to make the proper return as
f 'but fourteen of the seventeen reports
• have •been received up to date.
< Marriage Licenses
9 Charles A. Klinger and Alice Markel,
Charles K. S>parver and Kathryn Mas
' terson, Harrisburg.
James K. Decker and Alice M. Kline,
5 ) Harristturg.
At the Photo-Play
Famous SIOO Prize Contest Story
of the "Indies' World Magazine" will
i be shown to-day and to-morrow at the
" Photo-Plav. '"The Plum Tree," a three
, act drama ma ie by the Esganay Com
pany and the winner of "Our Hero"
j contest in the leading rule, Francis X.
Bushman, with Miss Beverly Bayne
supporting him and the entire Essanay
. Company. Craig Ewell and Xorris
} Griggs are in love with pretty Alice
• Graham. Ewell's enemies plot to im
, plicate him and get him out of the way.
Ewell serves a penitentiary sentence
5 and after being freed, wonders to the
» Pacific Coast. Alice stunned by the
, fate of Ewell marries Griggs, who later
9 j finances a Mexican Revolution. Fate
? ] once more brings Ewell and Griggs to
t|gether. Griggs dies, confessing the plot
j i against Ewell. He then returns to
Alice aud a beautiful reunion takes
j place uuder the old plum tree. Adv.
1 have always had great sympathy
for newspaper reporters—a class o"
. men generally about equally feared aud
criticised. During a large (art of my
life si nice inv graduation I have been
'brought in constant contact with the
- j men of this profession. Only on rare
occasions have I suffered at their
. I hands serious tnjustice, due either to de
i liberate intent or to gross misunder
standing. I have generally fouud them
courteous and considerate, honestly de
sirous of gettiug the truth and of re
porting it accurately.—'Abbott's "Rem
iuiseenees" in Outlook.
CREW JO ARB
, Philadelphia Division—ll3 crew to
POLITICAL ADVERTISING. | POLITICAL ADVERTISING. | POLITICAL ADVERTISING
DR. MARTIN G. BRUMBAUGH.
; I Ifflt
James W. Barker
WaHhißftton Party Nominee for
CITY OF HARRISBURG
If Elected Will Favur
I.OCA I. OPTION. WOMAN SUF
FRAGE, MOOD ROADS. I>RI>I>KH
PROTECTION OF LAUOH, CIVIC
Vour Vote und Support Sollcitc-il
go first after 3.H0 p. m.: 106, 105,1
118, 128, 114, 116, 103, 112.
Engineer for 114.
Firemen for 102. 112, 128.
Conductor for 120.
Flagman for 10G.
Brakemen for 105. 118.
Engineers up: Davis, Henneckc,
Buck, Madenfort, Bisainger, .Sober,
Smith, 'Brarbakcr, Young, McOuirc,
Long, Kautz, Kelloy.
Firemen marked i*p: Covet, Gilberg,
Hartz, Yentzer, Packer. Porker. Miller,
Shaffer, (ielsiuger, iMariin. Wagner.
Conductors up: Kojip, Mchaflie. '
Fireman up: Banks.
Brakemen up: HhultSberger, Gouse,
Colilna, vMelntyre. Riley, Knupp.
Middle Division—229 crew to go
first after 1.30 p. m.: 20, 16, IS, 15,
26. 21, 17, 22, 24, 23.
Engineer for 15.
Engineers up: Free, Welcomer, iMa-1
gill, Simonto, Webster, Smith, Kugier, j
Briggles, "Willis, Moore, Benneftt, Wis- j
sler. Minniek Hertzler, Mtimma.
Kirenieu up: Stouft'er, Seagrist,!
Wright, Sheesley,'Niitinvons, Grass, Kar
stetter, Zeidcrs. Beat-ham, WeibUy, j
Fletcher, Bornuian, Arnold, Cox, Drew-1
ett, hieban, Schreffler, Beuyer.
Conductors up: Paul, ißaskins. Byrnes,
Flagiuen up: Miles, Miller. Jaco'bs, I
Brakemen up: &paiv. Frank. Fritz.
Strauser, Bolan, Putt, Kerwin. Reese,'
MARTIN B. BRUMBAUGH
GOVERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIA
Stands For Clean, Capable, Con
scientious State Government
Will Welcome Your Support On
Election Day, Nov. 3, 1914
For the Supreme Court
Judge George Mel
of Harrisburg, Dauphin County
The Judge who tried the Capitol Craft Cases, and last year re
ceived every vote in his own county for n-election on the nou
Vote for Him Nov. 3, 1914
A cross mark in the Party Square is a vote for Tarty candidate:;
only and is not a vote for Judge.
Iu addition you MUST malie a cross mark after the name or t'.ie
Judge for whom you desire to vote.
Vote for JUDGE KUNK.EL and mark your ballot this way:
GEORGE KUNKEL | X
Joshua W. Swartz
Your Vote and Influence Will
Election November 3rd, 1914
Great Democratic Bally
TO BE HELD AT
Kelker Street Hall, Tuesday,
October 27th, at 8.15 P. M.
Big Street Parade
Come and hear the issues of this campaign discussed by
the following prominent speakers
Hon. Wm. H. Berry, ex-State Treasurer.
Hon. James I. Blakslee, Fourth Postmaster General.
Hon. Jas. A. Stranahan, ex-Deputy Attorney General.
Henry B. Niles, Esq., of York, Pa.
EVERY VOTER SHOULD ATTEND THIS MEETING
"* 1 r..<
lvohli, Kaue, Werner, Bell. l'ipp, Hen
derson, Scboffstall, Kilgor, Peters. Stahl,
Troy, Kieffer, Roller, Sleek, Wenrick,
Yard Crews —Engineers up: Hohen
slielt, 'Brennemau, Thomas, Kudy, Hon
ker, Meals, Sta-h!, Swab, Silks, Crist,
Harvev, Saltsmau, Snyder, Hoyler.
Firemen up: Hoyle, Shipley, Itevie,
t'lva, Bostilorf, Sv'hieffer, Kau ii. Weigle.
Lackey, Cookerly, Maeyer, S-holtcr,
Snell, Bartolet, Getty, Hart* Barkey,
ahects, Bair, Evde, Myers, Kssig, Ney.
Engineers for 306, 707, 1820.
Firemen for 707, 1171, 90.
Philadelphia Division—2 23 crew to
go first after 5.45 p. m.: 216, 234,
252, 231, 245, 240, 217, 202, 247,
205, 230, 244, 251, 222, 228, 249,
219, 248, 233, 221.
Engineers for 205, 216, 223. 246.
Conductors-for 202, 205, 216, 253,
Flagmen for 221, 233, 252.
Brakemen for 234. 244, 246. 248.1
Conductors up: Logan, I,ingle. Wal- i
ton, Miller, Pcnnell, Forney, Cundle, I
• Eaton, Stouffer.
Flagmen up: KeiUel, Pek, Krotv.
Brakemen up: Vaudling, Long, Deck
er, Wertz, ( ampbcll, Boyd, Heels, Ai*
i bright, Fair, Bice.
Middle Division—227 crew to go
, first after 2.30 p. in.: 118, 102, 105,
; 117, 114, 10!). 119.
, Conductor for 117.
, I Brakemen for 102, 114.
1 P., H. and P.—After 10.45 a. m.: 1,
j 24, 10, 7, 8. 11. 23, 18, 5, 16, 9.
Eastbound—After 9.45 a. in.: 63,
57, 64. 51, 63, 71, 65, 60.
Conductors up: Plulabaum, Kline,
i Engineers up: Fetiow, Massiaiore,
, Woland, Tipton, Wireman, Kiel)wine,
Forney, Wyre. Wood.
Firojuen* up: Slimier, Kelly, Corl,
Sullivan, Lex, Brown. Rnmbaugh, Long
enecker, Sellers, Palm, Andors, Bowerj,
, | Boyer.
j Brakemen up: Creagor, Miles,
. liraeff, Shader, Painter, Mauer, Kapp,
. I Hoover, Yoder, Holbert.
IT PAYS TO USE STAR
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