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I SAFETY FIRST PUB a*t SAFETY FIRST
PENNSYLVANIA INDUSTRIAL, WELFARE AND EFFICIENCY EXHIBJT
EXHIBITS OF ESPECIAL INTEREST
CREDITABLE LOCAL EXHIBITS
Several Home Enterprises Have In
teresting Displays at Chestnut
Among the many very interesting ex
hibits at the Pennsylvania Industrial
Welfare and Efflconcy Exhibit are a
number from the city and county that
aro well worth the particular attention
HARRISBURG'S NEW PRODUCTS
Nearly everybody in Harrisburg and j
thousands of people elsewhere, the,
world over, know that the Harrisburg
Pipe and Pipe Bending Company makes I
pipe, coils, and pipe products in other'
forms and that the works have grown j
tremendously and are. one of the city's!
great industries. Perhaps uot »o many 1
are aware that this company has two j
other products that are growing in de-j
maud at a most gratifying rate.
One of these products is their seam-1
less cylinders for carbon dioxide gas, j
hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, chlorine j
and other gases. They have developed
a heat treated cylinder made of their |
high quality steel which has reduced!
the weight of these tanks approximate-!
Jy fifty pounds. Notwithstanding this j
reduction in weight these cylinders
have more than met the rigid inspec- j
tion required by the Interstate Com- |
They are coming into extensive use j
in safety appliances, the manufacture j
.of chemicals, and for soda fountains.'
new product that has a par
ticular significance is shrapnel. Thei
fjm is now turning out a United States
Government order which is a strong!
recommendation to other nations. Both I
of Hhese new products are on exhibi- j
tion in booth No. 23.
ROBERT ROSS JONES
Robert Ross Jones, engineer and dis- j
tributor of this city, is to the front'
with an exhibit that includes some new ,
and surprising devices. One is the
"True Tint Electric Lamps" which;
disclose all colors as they appear in
the brightest daylight. Others include |
.lones' High Grade Automatic Systems,)
of particular interest to engineers and
factories, automatic air ball bearing
ventilators and a numiber of other i
safety and efficiency devices.
As the typewriter has supplanted pen
manship in business correspondence and
as machinery has taken the place of
hand work in every line of production,
the stenotype is destined to take the
place of shorthand for dictations. In j
fact it is already adopted in thousands j
«f offices and stores and as its ad
vantages become better known its use j
will 'became universal. For these rea- j
SOBS the sftenotypo demonstration by
the School of Commerce at the Penn
sylvania Industrial and Welfare Effi
ciency Exhibit is of supreme interest to
business men and students taking a
commercial course. The interest shown
in this new method of facilitating cor
respondence is dhown by the crowds
which gather about the 'bootih. The
stenotvpe resembles the typewriter in
a ppearanoe an dim prints shorthand char
acters on a ribbon of paper in type
written characters. Rapidity and
legibility are strong factors in favor
of its use.
W. L. BRUBAKER & BROS
The exhibit of W. L. Brubaker &
Bros, is not only of particular interest
to engineers and mechanics on account
of the quality and beauty of the prod
ucts shown, but is regarded as highly
creditable by the many personal friends
of the members of the enterprising,
firm, and there are many in the city I
and county as 'well as elsewhere. This |
firm has built up a world-wide business!
entirely on the merit of its taps, dies, [
reamers and common sense screws!
plates. These well known tools have es-!
tablished extraordinary records for j
strength and durability.
In a recent test one of their reamers)
produced 8.370 smooth straight holes
in one and three-fourth inches struc
tural steel. In another contest, a high
speed reamer was tried against twelve]
other makes, and out distanced all of j
them in every Way. Recently in a test, I
one of their staybolt taps tapped 2,140 j
holes iu boiler material and the foreman j
of the boiler shop asserted the tool was j
as good when the job was done as when !
W. L. Brubaker & Bros.' taps, dies,
rearfierg and common sense screw plates
are for sale by leading dealers in this
and elsewhere. The exhibit is in
charge of Frank E. Harrison and W. 1
Searls Rose, district managers, who j
have charge of the New York office. i
"•Safety Always' 'is the slogan that
has been created and used by W. 8.
Essie Is, general agent of the Aetna In
surance Company, with offices iu the
L'nion Trust building.
Literature is being distributed at!
their booth at the Industrial Show this i
week, and leads the idea of safety first.
HALL-TUEC VACUUM CLEANER
Tho highest attainment in sanitary
cleaning is demonstrated to interested
erowds at the Hall-Tuec booth. A
large power vacuum cleaner is in op
oration with all the fixturts that go
with a complete outfit. A stationary
vacuum cleaner system has become al
nost as necessary to the modern build-1
ng as a heating plant and the Hall-j
TIMC meets all requirements.
WITHOUT TURNING OFF WATER
Edmund Scott, representing tho
Water Works Equipment Company, of
| The Pennsylvania Steel Co. j
jj Steel Products in Small & Large Quantities i|
<; Manufactured Under Safe ;I
;> and Sanitary Conditions >
j; Sec exhibit and consult representatives iu booth, jl
Booth 33 J:
i; Chestnut Street Hall ;j
HARRISBURG PIPE & PIPE
BENT PIPE PRODUCTS
FOR ALL PURPOSES
Seamless Cylinders for carbon dioxide, hydrogen,
nitrogen, oxygen, eliloriue and other gasses.
.Made for the U. S. Government.
50 CSiurch street, New York, is at
tending the Pennsylvania Welfare and
Industrial Exhibit, and has on exhibit
the only machine that will make a cut
in the side of a water main without
turning off the water.
THE END OF TIRE TROUBLES
Ever since the motor ear became the
popular vehicle of pleasure and com
merce which it now is, efforts have been
made to produce a tire which would be
proof against punctures, which, by the
way. are one of the greatest annoy
ances of motoring. To this eud several
ideas liave been advanced, such as
patent nou-pneuimatie tires, tire fillers
and other ideas. None have been satis
factory, however, and the desu°e for
something which would do the work is
just as great now as ever, and for this
reason a few words concrening the
C-V Sealer will be of special interest
to the motoring world.
C-V Sealer is not a tire filler, with
its added weight and friction, but is
a liquid preservative—an uiexpensive
preparation that is placed in the inner
tubes and which permanently seals
punctures. It is of such a composition
that it does not freeze, heat or get
hard, and in no way injures the rubber.
It does not cement the tube to the cas
ing nor in any way prevent vulcan
izing, and once in the tires it instantly
seals all punctures without loss of air.
The success of the product is due in
no small degree to the fact that it
contains no glycerine or wood alcohol,
which have been found the stumbling
blocks in the way of success of similar
products. C-V Sealer is not a new and
untried preparation, for, while it has
been on the market only since the first
of June, it has been used by motorists
everywhere with the greatest success
for one and one-half years, and. as the
large size tires require only one can of
•the preparation, weighing two and one
half tpounds, it may be seen that the
added weight in the car is practically
The Harrisburg headquarters is at
the Rex garage, 1917 North Third
street, and exhibited at Booth 18-B.
CHALMERS LIGHT SJX
Tested service proven by over 11,000,-1
000 miles and 4,000 users of the new j
1915 Chalmers Light ''Six" over all j
kinds of roads is the basis of the claim j
of the Master "Six" which shows rare)
beauty and grace. .
The Keystona Motor Car Company, I
Robert L. Morton, manager, is ex-j
hibiting at Booth 47 B at the Chestnut;
street industrial show this week and j
invites your inspection.
"HUDSON SIX" AT BOOTH 47 j
The "Hudson Six" is being exhib-j
ited this week and literature and in- ,
formation generously provided at i
Booth 4 7. I. W. Dill in speaking of this
year's car says:
"The security in the purchase of a!
motor car is best established bv the
commercial and financial strength of
the builders; for the service to be ob
tained from the car is guaranteed only
so long as the makers remain domin
ant in the industry. Willingness to
back up the car with service can be
effective only when the makers are
prosperous enough to make good that
HAYNES LIGHT SIX EXHIBIT
George 6. McFarland, president of
tho Harrisburg Automobile Company,
has been identified with the automo
bile industry for a number of years
and has followed closely the develop
ment of the motor car.
He is a mau ot' congenial personal
ity, wide experience and extensive ac
quaintance. The exhibit of this com
pany, the " Haynfts* Lijjht Six,'' j!
built with beauty, Reliability and ser\
ice. Booth 47. f
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT. WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 18. 1914.
You want a quiet motor car
for two reasons— because it is
pleasant to ride in, and because
absence of sound means perfect
operation, freedom from friction
The 1915 Chalmers "Light Six" '
runs with the well-bred slence of an
Fast or slow, on pavements or in
heavy going iu cylinders exert their
constant pull without fuss, without
Perfect balance of moving parts,
exact lit of sliding or rotating members,
accurate meshing of gears —these
niceties of construction make the j
Chalmers "Light Six" a sJent car. !
Also k is a car that will keep silent.
For by using materials of super
quality, machined by Chalmers meth- ,
ods in Chalmers shops —wear has
been practically eliminated. In the
Chalmers shops there a one inspector
to every 1 3 workmen. Such rigid
inspection is your assurance of accurate
workmanship and long We in Chalmers
cars. As the "Light Six" runs today,
so wil! it run next year and the year 1
after. Its pleasing silence means per
Come and let as prove it. Enjoy
with us a Chahnets Test Ride.
1915 "Light Si*", $1650
1915 "Master Si*", 2400
1019-1025 Market Street
ROBERT L. MORTON, Manager.
O'NEILL N. 0. P. COMMANDER
Colonel Will Head Fourth Infantry for
Allentown, Nov. 18.—By unanimous
vote at an election conducted here yes
terday, Colonel Christopher T. O'Neill,
of this city, was elected commander of
the Fourth infantry, N. G. P., for the
fourth time, lfe is the senior colonel
in the guard.
The election was conducted by Brig
adier General Coryell, of Philadelphia,
of the Fourth brigade, and was held
at the Livingston club. The officers of
the regiment were met at the stations
by autos and taken on a tour of the
city and adjourning country until the
hour of election.
Colonel O'Neill was elected presi
dent of the National Guard Associa
tion last year, and in that capacity will
preside at the convention to be held
BOOTH tfO. 30
SUPERIOR OXYGEN CO.
Manufacturers Oxygen, Oxy-acety
lene cutting and welding apparatus
1 ROBT. ROSS JONES I
* Engineer and Distributor %
; * BOOTH 25 t
A L. J *
I Jones' High Grade Automatic Systems!
j* Automatic Boiler Feed System for feeding boiler with *
; pure distilled water at 200 to 080 Fahrenheit.
|<• Automatic (Jondeusing; and \«(*uum Puller for Drawing Hydrants or "J*
i * Low Pressure Steam Healing Systems. 'j*
I • -v ***
! ij. Automatic Vacuum Pans and Lines. Automatic Lift Traps. »>
! Automatic Air Ball Bearing Ventilators f
| Burroughs Adding
j Machine Co.
| Booth No. 34 B
| Exhibit of
1 Adding, Calculating, Ledger
Posting and Pay Roll v
IBI IEIE==IBI Ml iuinf=
Common Sense Screw Plates
W. L BRUBAKER & BROS.
TAPS, DIES AND REAMERS
Main Office and Works
Millersburg, Dauphin Co., Pa., U. S. A.
50 Church Street, New York
CHICAGO PITTSBURGH BUFFALO DETROIT
NEW ORLEANS ATLANTA SAN FRANCISCO
| Perma- Adds
tures to Tires
Avoids Tire Trouble
Local users say it does absolutely aU claimed for it.
Demonstration and Printed Matter at Booth
Pennsylvania Industrial Welfare
iii the Fort Pitt hotel, Pittsburgh, on .
Friday and Saturday of this week.
During the Spanish-American war, j
Colonel O'Neill served as lieutenant
colonel of the Fourth regiment, Penu-1
svtvania volunteers, the first regiment
of the State to be mustered into serv- j
ice of the United States.
Injured Footballist Improving
By Associated Press.
Chicago, Nov. 18.— Improvement
ivas noted to-day in the condition of
Ouartave Welacli, the Carlisle Indian
quarterback, who was injured in the
Notre Dame game here last Saturday.
It will be three or four weeks, how
ever, 'before he will bo able to join his
teammates at Carlisle.
FRANCE AT PANAMA PAIR
May Exhibit in San Francisco Next
Year, Despite War
Paris. Nov. IS.—Atberl Ttrmon,
'French commissioner for the Punama ex
position inthtn Francisco, Mtft lsst night
MACHINE WAY HAND WAY
The Machino Way always sftpplants the Hand Way wheu speed and
| accuracy are required.
See STENOTYPE DEMONSTRATION at Booth 34A
CHESTNUT STREET AUDITORIUM
H| That means Aetna Insurance.
The uninsured man is mad—
„ t My records prove it—
3Hfc Wm. S. ESSICK
General Agent and Adjuster
jSSJJPJ Union Trust Building
LITERATURE —BOOTH No. 21
Pennsylvania Industrial Welfare & Efficiency Exhibit
t We guarantee the Haynes Light Six to be the •>
% cheapest high-grade Six Cylinder Car in America, t
| Fully equipped, $1485.00 w " |
,j. The lightest well-made ear, 2950 pounds. ❖
* To give the most mileage on gasoline—2o miles per gallon. *
* To go up any hill faster on high, second or low gear. ...
4) To go up any hill slower on high gear than any other car of the sume '>
* gear ratio and is equipped with
1| Rayfleld Carburetor, * • i.
.j. Leece-Neville Starting and Lighting system, - *
Kcmy distributor, % £
£ Vacuum Gasoline system, •>
4. Arch frame construction,
<♦ One-man top—Every up-to-date feature. SOME CAR. *
} HARRISBURG AUTOMOBILE GO. j
* Booth No. 47 on the Stage %
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HENRY GILBERT & SON
/ 219 MARKET STREET
Builders' Hardware—Mill Supplies,
Tools, Cutlery—Pipe and Pipe Fittings,
i Packing—Paints and Oils.
fur Bordeaux to consult with the gov-f
eminent upon the probability that t
France may yet participate. Asked j
what the result was likely to 'be. lie said I
that the decision was entirely in the !
bands of the government.
In t'he course of a conversation M.
Tirmou pointed out the difficulties i
which are to be overcome, among Which |
are the fact that many exhibitors are j
serving in the army, aud the shortness!
of time, three months only remaining ;
in which Franco could erect a 'building.
The country is unwilling to do this un
less it is a worthy structure.
(JVf. Tirmon declared, liowevor. that j
the desire of France to participate j
in the exhibition might be rendered j
possible, thanks to American enfrgy, al
though many exhibits promised from
Northern 'France cannot now be made.
WONDERFUL NEW LKiHT
Recent Invention by Which Colors Can
Be Distinguished at Night
A wonderful new electric light re
cently invented by which colors and
shades can be distinguished as plainly
as in the brighest day light, is attract
ing much attention ut the Pennsylva
nia Industrial and Welfare Exhibit in
the Chestnut street auditorium. The
new lights aro installed in the passage
way between the two large exhibition
halls where their efficiency may be
tested under the severest conditions.
Last evening a number of colors was
submitted for examination and the re
sult was tyighly satisfactory, the deli
cate shades showing as clearly and as
exact a« in daylight at noon time. The
new system is well adapted for stores
and other places of business where it
is important to show colors and shades
in their natural hues. The exhibit is
by Kobert Ross .lones, engineer and
distributor, 214 North Third street,
this city. The new light is said to be
of great advantage in photography.
AX FOR DRINKING WIVES
One Young Husband Beheads Spousa
* and Another Tries To
\Vilkes-Barre, Pa., Nov. IS.—Married
less than four months, Joseph Kami, of
Brooksidc, this city, is believed to have
been driven insane bv his IS vearold
wife's pleading for strong liquor, and
Monday night Karni 'beheaded her with
an ax. It was some hours after the
crime was committed that the police
were called to the scene 'by neighbors,
and they found the young husband
sound asleep in bed, bleeding from a
slight cut. he had inflicted in his ne it,
while t'he body of his wife lay, hor
ribly mangled, on the floor beside him.
From Jctails picked up by the police
anil from Kami's admissions, it is de
clared file young wife demanded money
enough to buy a few bottles of bee:*,
and when refused attempted to boat
Kami. The latter is then supposed to
have dragged her to the kitchen sink,
where her throat was cut. An ax wan
used to lia-k on the heed.
Shortly before being called to Iha
Kami home police arrested 'Mike Kus
heroski, of Parsons, on a charge of at
tempting to kill his wife with mi ax.
The tight started at the supper table,'
when Mrs. Kasheroski demanded
whiskey, and after failing in an atteiu t
to stalb her with a fork Kaslheroski is
alleged to have wielded tli4 ax.
Mrs. Kashc/oski was found uncon
scious from a terrible wound of the
sku'll. She will recover.
Ex-Treasury Official Fugitive
Washington, D. C., Nov. IS.—Johj
11. lid wards, of Now York, an assistant
Secretary of the Treasury under t)hjr
Roosevelt administration, under indict*
nient here for support of wife and chil->
dren, failed to appear whea called fon
trial in court yesterday. His bail of
S3OO was forfeited anil a bench warrant