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NEWS OF STEELTON
TWO VISITORS TO OCCUPY
BOROUGH PULPITS SUNDAY
The Eev. Gould Wickey, Gettysburg,
Will Entertain the Members of St.
John's Lutheran Church Both Morn
ing and Evening
A break in the ordinary routine of
worship in the borough, churches to
morrow will be the presence here of
the Rev. Gould Wickey, of the Gettys
burg Theological Seminary, who will
preach at St. John's Lutheran Church
both morning and evening. East End
ers will be treated to an interesting ad
dress at Mt. Zion Methodist Episcopal
church by the Rev. F. T. Cartwright,
of the Stough party, to-morrow at
10.30 a. 111. The following cjjurche# of
Steelton and llighspire have announced
their program of services for Sunday:
Centenary United Brethren church,
the Rev. A. K. Wier, pastor. Sunday
school, 9.30 a. m. Communion, recep
tion of members and baptism commenc
ing at 10.30 o'clock in the morning.
St. John's Lutheran church. The
Rev. Gould \\ ickey, of the Gettysburg
Theological Seminary, will occupy the
pulpit at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.
Sunday school, 9.30 a. m.
The Rev. P. T. Cartwrigtot, of the
Stough party, will preach at Mt. Zion
Methodist church, tumbler's Heights,
tomorrow morning at 10.30 o'clock.
Sunday school at 2.30 p. m.
Grace U. E., the Rev. J. M. Shoop,
pastor. Sunday school, 9.15. Morning
service, 10.30." K. L. C., 6.45. Even
ing service, 7.30.
First Presbyterian Services at
11.30 and 7.30. Sunday school at
9.45. C. E. at 6.30.
Maiu Street Church of God—The
Rev. G. W. Getz, pastor. 10.30,
"Abraham, the Man of Faith." 7.30,
"We Seek Only Your Good.'' Sunday
school at 2. Junior C. E. at 6. Sen
ior C. E. at 6.30. Prayer band meet
ing Monday evening at the parsonago.
First Methodist—The Rev. J. H.
Rover, pastor, will preach at the Sun
day school and church services, begin
ning at 10.
First Reformed—The Rev. Charles
A. Huvette, pastor. 10, "How Much
Ov,est Thou?" Evening service at
7.30. Sunday school at 10, opening
with the regular service. Christian En
deavor meeting at 6.45. Prayer serv
ice Wednesday evening at 7.45. Youn§
iMen's Club Monday evening at 8
o'clock at the church.
St. Peter's Lutheran, Highsplre—
The Rev. Frank Edward Moyer, pas
tor. 10.30, "An Advent Message.''
7.30, "The Impotent Man." Sunday
school at 9.30. Preceding the regular
morning sermon a children's sermon
will be preached. Junior C. E. at 3.
Senior C. E. at 6.45. Men's chorus at
St. Mark's Lutheran church, corner
Second and Lincoln streets, the Rev.
William B. Smith, pastor. Morning
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT.
RAISE CHICKENS— Bip lots with two
8-roomed houses, bath, electricity,
KBK and range; at Hlsrhspire. Kent
reasonable. Apply 7 S. Front St., Steel
To My Friends and the Public Gen
Having just purchased the Paron
Printery, one of the oldest job print
ing plants in the borough, but also
one of the most modern in equip
ments, I intend to consolidate my
original plant, the llorvath Printery,
at 159 South Front street, with it,
which will enable me to fill all orders
for anything in the printing line
with promptness and satisfaction.
With thanks to all who have pat
ronized me in the past I would most
respectfully solicit a liberal share of
your trade in the future.
MICHAEL J. HOKVATH,
50 N. Front Street, Steelton, Pa.
11ARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, S
service at 10.30 o'clock; subject of
sermon, "Lest I Should Build Upon
Another Man's Foundation." Evening
sen-ice at 7.30 o'clock; subject of ser
mon, "The Tuberculosis Problem and
How It May Be Solved,"' illustrated
by a number of stereopticon views, by
Dr. J. R. Plank. Sunday school at 2.00
o'clock p. m. 3.00 p. m. Sunday, Senior
Catechetical Class. 4.15 p. m. Wednes
day, Junior Catechetical Class. 7.30
p. m. Wednesday, prayer meeting.
6.45. p. m. Sunday, Christian Endeavor
Trinity Episcopal church, the Rev.
S. H. Rainey, rector. Sunday school,
10 a. m. Morning prayer and service,
11 a. m. Evening song, 7.30.
St. James' Catholic church, the Rev.
James C. Thompson, rector. Low mass,
8 a. m. High mass, 10 a. tn. Vespers
and benediction, 7.30 p. in. Sunday
school, 2 p. m.
Wedding Took Place at Home of Bride
Jerome Hite Whitonoyer, of the bor
ough, and Miss Laura L. Gr&uley, of
Miners ville, were married Thursday at
the parsonage of the Minersville
Metilio>! ist church, by tfhe Rev. J. E.
Grauley, its pastor, and father of the
Mr. Whitmover is eonjployed in the
engineering department at the steel
plant here and is a graduate of the
High school. Mrs. Whihmoyer lived
here while her father was pMstor of
the first Method ist ohun-h. Mr. and
Mrs. Whitmoyer wild be at home after
December 15, at 36 South Harvistwirg
PREPARING DEDICATION PLANS
Services Will Be Held in New Building
On January 8
Prof. L. E. MicGinnes, superintend
ent oif the borough public schools, un
der direction oif the sohooJ board, is
preparing elaborate plans for the dedi
cation of the new Hyigienic school
building, which iwil'l take place, Janu
ary 8. These exercises will-be held
in the afternoon. Tlhe Douglass Asso
ciation, composed of colored alumni
of the High' school, will hohl an enter
tainment and banquet in the new
building in the evening and many out
of-town members of the association
are expected to be present.
WILL PARADE NEW YEAR'S DAY
Triangle Club Will Take Part In
One of the first local organizations
to announce its intention of taking
part in tihe Mummers' parade at Har
risburg, New Year's Day, is the Tri
angle Club, composed of members of
Steelton Lodge, No. 411, Knig*hts of
PhMlhias. Fifty maniWs, dbnkiingiTy
uniformed in red and white, are ex
pected to take part in the demonstra
tions and this crowd is practicing
fancy drills which will be used in the
lime of march.
Elected New C. E. Officers
[ The Young People's Society of Chris
tian Endeavor of St. John's Lutheran
church elected the following officers at
its annual meeting, held last evening:
President, H. R. Rupip; vice presi
dent, Miss Minnie Dress; secretary,
Mrs. Withers; treasurer, Mi<w Mary Al
leman; corresponding seeretarv, "Miss
'Mabel Rupp; organist, Mrs. A. *N. Lup
fer. The members of the society have
separated into groups to carrv on a
campaign for members. Prizes* will be
awarded to the workers.
Literary Society Officers
The ljterarv Society of the High
spire High school elected the following
officers at a meeting held yesterday aft
ernoon: President, Raymond Duncan;
secretary, Kathryn Wolf; critic, Anna
Murnrna; curators, Blanche Gore, Ra
chel Etter and Hilda Weaver.
P. M. Ney, North Front street, has
returned from a business trip to Lan
•Joseph W. Haines, of Brunswick,
Md., is the guest of his brother, Con-
stable James W. Haines, South Second
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Boyd, who were
married in Carlisle November 28, re
turned from their honeymoon trip last
Standard Theatre's Offerings
The program for the show this even
ing at the Standard Theatre as an
nounced by Manager Sellers is replete
in all that makes for a first-class bill
of entertainment and is worth several
times the price of admission. There
will be seven full reels of drama and
comedy finely intertwined.
The bazar held by the Frst Re
formed Sunday school in the market
house last evening was a success and
a snug sum was realized for the church
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Baldwin
I lose Company, No. 4, was organized
Thursday evening at the home of Mrs.
John Bingainan, 394 South Second
street. Candidates for offices were nom
inated and tHe auxiliary will hold its
first election early in January in the
parlors of the Baldwin fire bouse.
Mrs. Pearl Oephart, alias Pearl
Boyd, of Harrisburg; Nikolo .Tovanovic,
Pusan Despot and George Ivkov, of the
borough, furnished bail before Squire
Gardner last evening /or their appear
ance at court to answer serious charges.
They were arrested by Detective Dura
Steelton Camp, No. 5689, TTnited
Woodmen of America, will attend the
Stough tabernacle Wednesday night in
Miss Marie Wiseman, the visiting
nurse employed bv the Steelton Civic
Club, will be in her office frojn 8 a. m.
to 9 a. m.j from 12.30k p. m. to 1.30
The Best Show of the Week at the
Standard Theatre To-night
The Hand of Fate. Three-reel special.
Ann, the Blacksmith. Vitagraph, two
The Wife's Pet. Biograph.
The Deadly DiFpatch. Biograph.
Little Mary Pickford. One-reel special.
7 Reels. Admission, 3 and 10 Cents.
TENER'S GUESTS DEPART
j Announced That Politics Was Not Dis
cussed at Meeting of Penrose, Oliver
and Armstrong With Governor
Owing to the aibsence of Republican
State Chairman Crow, State Highway
Commissioner Bigolow and Secretary of
the Commonwealth McAfee, the confer
ence to consider conditions of western
ipoli'tics, wlhieh was to have 'been iheld
at the Executive Mansion hurt niglvt,
was not held, ami it is said that it wil'l
foe held later.
Senator Penrose came up from Phil-
I aoelphia early in tlhe evening and
j joined Senator Oliver and Mayor Arm-
I strong, of Pittsburgh, Wlio had arrived
during the afternoon, and the party
dined with Governor Tener ait the Ex-
I ocutive Mansion, fieaator Penrose re
| turned to Philadelphia af"ter a few
| hours spent at tfhe mansion. Governor
Tener said that there had been no dis
cussion of politics IRi any way; nor
was the matter of legislation attesting
the west considered.
In t>he course of his conversation with
the newspaper men who called to learn
the purpose of the meeting. Governor
Tener referred to his retirement froin
office one month from now and said
he will never again accept political of
fice, although his interest in jolitics
will be as kocn as ever. He expressed !
himself as much 'pleased witih his po- I
j litical experience, and referred proud- |
ly to the woyk of his administration, i
especially the formation of the Prfblic |
Service Commission, the Department of
Ijai'oor and Industry ami the road-build- j
ing work that has been started and j
which will be read}- for completion un
der his successor.
A WARNING TO FARMERS
Cautioned Against Buying Seed Pota
toes Witli Powdery Scab
By Associated Press,
Washington, Dec. s.—The Depart
ment of Agriculture to-day issued at
warning to farmers of New Jersey, the 1
Middle Atlantic and Southern States
against buying seed potatoes, froin!
Maine unless they bear the Depart- j
meat's certificate showing the potatoes
to be free from powdery scab. They j
also are warned against the use of ta-!
ble potatoes for planting purposes asi
these, according to the department,!
even though they do not show the dis-j
ease may have been exposed to it.
"Some dealers," the statement says,'
'' have been buying tablfr stock and sell-!
ing it for seed. These men are not)
violating any law but thev are expos
ing their customed to the" risk of a
dangerous disease and a warantine j
should the powdery scab be intro-j
HOW TUBNER FIRED A GUN
An Impromptu Effect That Startled
His Fellow Artists
Turner's impromptu effects were at
times consternating to his fellow paint-:
era. Mr. Randall Daviee, quoting from
Leslie, gives in "Six Centuries of
Painting," Constable's experience in
1539, when he exhibited his "Opening
of Waterloo Bridge." It was placed be-!
side a gray sea piece, by Turner, which |
lacked all positive color.
"Constable's picture seemed' as if
painted with liquid gold and silver,!
and Turner came several times while
he was heightening with vermilion and .
lake the decorations and flags of the
city barges. Turner stood behind him 1
looking from the 'Waterloo Bridge' to!
his own picture, and at last brought his j
palette from the great room where he j
was touching another picture, and, j
putting a round daub of red lead, j
somewhat bigger than a shilling, on i
his gray sea, went away without say- i
ing a word. The intensity of his red 1
lead, marie more vivid by the cooJness
of his picture, caused even the ver- j
milion and lake of Constable to look
weak. 'He has been here,' said Con- j
stable, 'an.ii fired a gun.' On the op
posite wall was a picture bv Jones of i
'Shadrach, Meshach and A'bednego in!
the Furnace.' 'A coal,' said Cooper,!
' has bounced across the room from
Jones' picture and set fire to Turner's
Next time Turner came in he glazed |
the scarlet seal anil shaped it into a j
TITRDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5. 1914.
AGAINST ASSISTING VOTER
Central Club Adopts Resolution to Be
Sent to Brumbaugh—Nomina
tions of Officers Made
At a mooting of the Central Demo
cratic Clulb held in the club rooms last
night nominations were made from
which officers for the ensuing year will
be elected. Edward Moeslein was the
only nominee for president, Charles W.
Erb for treasurer and Harry 1). Koel for
secretary. For vice president S. M.
Taylor, Arthur C. Young aud Henry Op
•perman were named. There were four
nominations for the three members of
the executive committee—McClellan
Koons, O. J. Bogen, I>. K. Young and
K. P. MeOann. Out of thirteen nomi
nees for house committeemen, seven
will be selected. The nominees are
.Reese Pro well, James B. Maul, Charles
Moeslein, William M. Holler, 1). K.
Young, .luiues 0. Miles, A 1 Eager,
Charles Duteithoffer, C. B. Hbanuno,
Harry A. Vollmer, H. A. Phillips, How
ard W. Jones and P. \V. Huston.
A resolution was otfered by T. K.
VanDvke requesting Governor-elect
Brumbaugh to urge the passage of au
act forbidding assistance to voters in
marking a ballot unless the voter is
physically incapacitated from marking
his own ballot. It is as follows:
"Whereas, An honest election is tho
desire of all patriotic citizens and such
an election ca inot be obtained if vot
ers entirely conipetjnt to mark their
ballots are taken into the booths and
their ballots marked, or if other frauds
against a pure ballot are 'perpetrated by
the voter bringing from tin- booth a
clean ballot to :be marked, and the iplau
continued, or any other corruption
whatever is practiced to dcfaaiich the
' 'And, Whereas, Governor-elect
Brumbaugh lias pledged himself to an
honest administration of State affairs;
therefore, be it
" Resolved, That the Central Demo
cratic Club of 'llarrisfourg earnestly re
quest Hon. Martin G. Brumbaugh to
urge in his inaugural address and mes
sage to the Legislature, and to final
passage, an act to prohibit, under se
vere penalties, the taking of any voter
into the voting 'booth unless he is phys
ically disabled, viz.: blind, or both arms
off, and the bringing from the booth a
blank ballot for the aforesaid manipu
lation of any other ballot fraud. That
a coipv of this resolution be sent to
Hon. Martin G. Brumlbaugh, and to the
president of the State Federation of
Democratic Clubs, with the request to
the latter that he bring this matter to
the attention of all the Democratic
clu-bs in the State, to the end that they
take similar action.'
Attorney General's Department Called
in to Help Determine Dispute in
The State will be called upon shortly
to prove tivat an eagle is a wild bird
witlhin the meaning of the law Which
forbids any one 'to r hoot or have in iiia
'possession such 'bird.
The law of 1909 says that it shall
'be unlawful for any person to kill "any
wild 'bird other than a game bird.
Same time ago a man iu Mifflin county
killed a fine eagle and had it stuffed
and mounted. This coming to the
knowledge of two State game wardens
they went to the man's house, con
fisca'ted tiie eagle a.!id arrested the
man for killing tihe bird. The eagle
was brought to Harrisburg and placed
in tho State museum at the Capitol.
The man who killed the eagle brought
suit against the wardens, charging lar
ceny o«f -t'he bird, claiming that it was
his property when he paid his tine for
killing it, and the case was heard be
fore a Le Wigtown justice yesterday. The
District Attorney of 'Mifflin county ap
peared for t'he prosecutor against the
wardens and argued tlhftit not only did
the eagle belong to the man -Aho killed
it, 'but that it was not a wild bird
within the meaning of t'ho law.
The justice of the pea. •> did not look
upon it in that way and Hwcharged the
wardens. Forthwith the man who killed
'the eegle went to another justice of
the peace and brought anofht sr suit and
to brinsr.one against Secre
tary K.'il'i:f'iig, of 'the State Lame Com
mission, who was present.
The District Attorney again appeared
for t'he prosecutor and the wardens gave
hail to appear in court.
Dr. Kalbfus ias tibiained t'he serv
ices of De-put \ Attorney General IHar
gest and t'he matter will 'be fought out
in court. iMeantkne the stuffed eagle
reposes in tlio State museum.
Last Football Game of Season
By Associated Press.
Atlanta, Ga., live. s.—Carlisle and
Att'burn foo'.ball teams meet here to
day in the last college game of the
season in the South. Although Aulmrn
has not been scored on tlbis season, tine
Indians wer* alight favorites.
It would be impossible for us
to trv to tell you of the thousands
of beautiful new pieces of Cut
Glass in our crystal room. It
should be enongh when we tell you
that the factories of whom we
buy have surpassed all their pre
vious efforts in getting out new
and artistic designs this year and
we have unhesitatingly bought
until our crystal room is filled to
overflowing, believing that we
will surpass all previous years in
sales of this beautiful ware.
Seing is believing. Come in and
H. C. CLASTER,
Owns, Jewels and Silverware
302 Market Street
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FAIR W IP
IS IEM Hill
Story Book Characters
Are Transplanted to
Dives, Pomeroy &
ST. NICK IS THERE
IN ALL HIS GLOR^
He Learns From Fairy Princess What
Good Little Harrisburgers Want for
Christmas and Then Sends His
Santa Clauses On Joyful Mission
Through the w<hole gamut of Fairy
laud, teeming with story book charac
ters until finally Santa Claus summons
his hundreds of little Santa Clauses to
carry his toys to the good boys and
girls in Harrisburg, is a trip well worth
seeing. AH the beings direct from
Mother Goose's classic aro given in
true form in the three-act, six-scene
production in a "Trip Tlhrough Fairy
land" ou the fourth floor of Dives,
Pomeroy & Stewart's store.
The first performance was given this
afternoon at 2 o'clock and another will
be given this evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Sloping seats have been arranged so
tihat all con see. T'hey will accommo
date 200 persons. Not alone will the
entertainment please the kiddies, but
it will please the groiwn ups as well.
There is none of the spectacular about
this year's show as iu tho past two
years, it is just fairyland transplanted
from fiction and placed in tangible
form for entertainment. A schedule
for the shows to be given next week
has not yet been arranged.
A cavern is disclosed to the sight
when the curtain goes up. It is in
habited by horrilble beings, salamand
ers with near human faces, frogs pre
senting the same general make-up and
other things too numerous to mention
when presto, the scene changes to tihe
home of the princess with all the little
clve? darting about paying homage to
the princess. In this scene tihe princess
is dressed in as expensive a costume as
the store could provide and it took an
experienced artisan two days to fash
ion her cMfhea.
King Cole next does a specialty be
fore a front d'rop. The king is a merry
old soul and he cails for his pipe and
bowl and fiddlers just as the poem
•tavs he does. "Nursery Rhyme Land,"
■comes next. Here it is that the play
reaches its dim ax. All of the story
book characters from tihe mouse in the
clock to the cow that jumped over tho
mtoon are given. The old woman in
the shoe puts her children to bed to
dreaim of Santa CDaius at the close of
this scene and what do you think f It
shows what tlhey dreaim, little Santa
Claiuwes jumping in and out of chijn
You just have to shiver ait the next
act with its icy mountains, polar bears
ami! northern lights. Here it is that the
Christmas aaiint summons his little
S<a i nta Clauses and hands them the pres
ents for the good hoys and girls. You
know Santa Claus knows just what all
the boys ami girls • wanted for the
princess ,-ITHI her elves toM hum aibout
it in the second act. He took down
voluminous notes in a big book.
The play is the work (rf Joseph
Seltzer, the store decorator. He has
beem working on the production for
moroths. The lighting effects are splen
did, reaching a climux in the last scene
when the mountains give way to galy
decorated Christinas trees. Kris Kringle
stands in a.M his glory in the center
wth'i'le the snow falls, giving phrnty of
the beautiful to carry tlhe sleighs of
the Sanita Clauses, who by t'his time
are gailoipimg over the frozen wastes
Burleson's Sister Bitten by Dog
Austin, Tex., Dec. s.—Miss Emma
Burleson, of Austin, sister of Post
master General Burleson, was bitten
severely by a dog Thursday. The dog
is under watch to determine if it is
HEAVY DROP IN PORK PRICES
Big Corn Crop Mcde rattening of Hogs
Easy and Cheaper
Omaha, Dec 5. —Prices of fresh
i pork have dropepd five cents within the
| last week and packing House men in
! South Omaha rav there will bo a fur
i tl'.er drop next week. The decrease is
! due to the extremely heavy run of hogs
j and to the prospects of still higher re-
The l>ig corn crop, which is prac
tie-ally all gathered, made the fattening
|of hogs easy and cheaper. Pork chops
i dropped from 20 to 15 cents and hams
'from 22 to 17y a cents. Bacon, which
j can be shipped to the war zone, remains
| at present price 3.
Orders Four Trade Steamships
tty Associated Press.
flhrvitiana, Norway, Dec. 4, via Lon
j don, Dee. 5. 3.43 A. ..VI. —The Nor-
I wegian Steamship Company has ordered
j four Diesel sfteflnu-'hips for trade with
I tftio western ports of America 'by way
oif the Panama canal. The shi.ps are to
; <ost $2,000,000.
Philadelphia Division—l2l crew to
(go first after 4 p. m.: 122, 126, 104,
j 118, 115, 112.
Engineer for 118.
I Fireman for 126.
j Conductors for 126, 118.
j Flagman for 104.
Brakemen for 118, 112.
; Engineers np: McGowan, Snow,
1 Heunecke, Davis, Manley, Minnich,
: Welsh, Dong, Kennedy, McGuire, Bis
singer, Grass, Albright, Kelley, Kautz,
Gilliums, Smith, Speaa, Smeltzer, First,
; McCauley, Bair, Martin, Hubler, Wolfe,
; Newcomer, Reisinger, Downs, Stripper,
Wanbaugh, Buck, Gibbons, Layman,
Firemen up: Wagner, Myers, David
son, Kreider, Weaver, Bushey, Maden
fort, Carr, Collier, Rhoads, Lihlinrt, |
Wilson, Everhart, Shive, Oopeland, Ma-j
honey, Herman, Barton, Swank, Mould- \
er, Huston, Aehcy, Shaffer, Yentzer,
Hartz,, Martin, Lentz, Myers, Brenner, j
Conductor up: Fesler.
Flagmen up: Witmyer, Corrigan.
Brakemen up: Gouse, Desch, Hivner,
Frock, McJntyre, Stelunan, Brown, j
Coleman, Allen, Mummaw, Wiland,
Middle Division—229 crew to go'
first after 1 p. in.: 224, 231, 240, 238, |
Kngineers up: Webster, Simonton, •
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Firemen up: Potteiger, IVirnmaa,
Wright, Fletcher, Sehremer, ('ox, Ar
noM, Buyer, Lieliau, Drewett.
Conductor up: Keys.
, Flagmen up: Frank.
Brakenien up: Bel!, Ileck, Roller,
Pla-ek, Kieffer, Kissinger, Reese, Spahr,
Frank, Kipp, SSchoflfstaU, McHenry,
j Kohli, Peters, Stahl, .Myers, Troy, Pip.),
Mathias, Wenrick, Werner, Fleck.
Yard Crews—Kngineers up: Pelton,
j Rudy, Houser, Meals, Stall), Swal),
Crist, iSaltsman, Knbo, Shaver, l<an
dis, Hoyler, Thomas.
Firemen up: Ney, Myers, Boy o,
| Shipley, Crow, Revie, Uls'h, Hostd* rt',
I Schiett'er, Ruch, Weigle, Lackey, Cook
erly, Maeyer, Sholter, Snell, Hartjlet,
: liotty, Hart, Barkey, Sheets, Bair,
! Kyde, Essig.
Engineers for 1454, 707, 14.
Firemen tor 1454, 1171, 1G99. 90,
| 1 55 b.
Philadelphia Division—2l7 crew tu
go first after 3.45 p. m.: 220, 201,
216, 209, 248, 219, 245, 205, 222.
Kngineers for 217, 201. 219.
Firemen for 220, 201, 219.
Conductors for 203, 216.
Flagmen for 206, 220.
Brakemen for 201 (2), 205, 216,
219. 220, 234, 248.
Conductors up: Keller, Walton,
Flagman uip: Reitzel.
Brakemen up: Wertz, Walt ma a,
Witst, Kirne, Shuler, Taylor, Campbell,
LMuinma, Summy, Fetker, Moyer, Stime
liug Malseed, Musser, Wolfe, Crosby.
Middle Division—23s crew to go
first after 2 p. in.: 248, 215, 220,
227, 223, 250.
P., H. & P.—After 1.30 p. in.: 18,
3, 6, 8, 24, 16, 12.
Eastbcund—After 9.30 a. m.: 70,
59, 51, 70, 52, 58, 56, 53, 57, 69,
65, 62, 54, 64.
Conductors up: tiiugher, German.
'Engineers up: Richwine, Morrison,
Woland, Tipton, Crawford, Fetrow,
Firemen uip: Bowers, Dowhowor, JCp
ley, Chronister, Bingham, Palm, Coil,
Brakemen up: Ayres, Wynn, Strain,
Hoover, Mumina, Shader, Cook, 'Page,
Ileilman, Miles, Miller.
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