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HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
We respectfully submit the following res
olution for your adoption January Ist:
RESOLVED—I will join the Union Trust Com
pany's Christmas Savings Club for 1915 and
will advise my friends to do so.
Don't procrastinate—join at once. The first payment
makes you a member.
UNION TRUST COMPANY
Union Trust Building
NEWS OF S
ANNUAL ALUMNI DANCE IS
VERY LARGELY ATTENDED
Many Members of the Association,
Spending Vacations in the Borough
Were Present at the Event—Deco
rations Fine and Music Good
than one hundred members of
the local High School Alumni Associa
tion enjoyed the annual dance held in
the Benton Catholic Club hall. Xorth
Front street, last evening. Many mem
bers of the aasociat• on. who are spend
ing the holidays here, attended.
Vari-colojrel pennants in lajije num
bers were suspended and music for the
dancing was furnished by a string or
chestra. The following attended the
Mi*ses Ciara M. Heck. Carrie Wei
r h. Clare Haroierode. Sylvia Whit
van. Adessa Kistler. Margaret Gaffney.
Raphael Darby, Nora Gaffnev, Xora
an.-y, PheorSe Shelley. Margaret At
t Ws. Rath Morret-t, Sylvia Beidel. Ruth
Whitmoyer. Bessie Hart man. Alma
Horker. Helen Dailey. Agne»s Hess.
Helen Kriner, Blanche Mumma, Bessie
Whitney. Marguerite Kennedy, Aggies
<l 'Boyle. Mrs. Walter Mumma. Mrs.
Ros.-oe Bowman. Prof. William Harcle
rode. Prof. Roscoe Bowman, Dr. Gilbert
Dailey, Harold Mumma. Douglas Beidel.
Philip Waidlev, William Kiifcv, How
*Td Kistler, Arthur Miller, William
Reagan. Wayne Jeffries. Robert Mam
ma. Park Murray. Roy Snyder. Mr.
Parker, Carroll Eekenrode. William
' aDaghan. Frank Turano. Don Mumma.
-Samuel Mumma. Carl Shelley. Ben
Bran It. Roy Shelley Charles Chambers.
NEW OFFICERS ARE ELECTED
Highspire Council 155 Held Its Annual
At the annual meet.ng of Highspire
Council No. 135. Order United Ameri
can Mechanics, the lollowing officers
were elected for the next six months:
Councilor. Edward Coble; vice •coun
cilor. Clark G ruber: recording sevretary,
W. B. Kavlor: assistant recording sec
retary, J. A. 'Matthias; financial secre
tary. P. B. Holienbauch; instructor, A.
"E. Gruber; examiner. Jonathan Baker:
inside protaitor. John Baudibaugh; out
side protector. B. V. Parthemore:
trustee. A. E. Gruber: representative to
"•rate Council, John Bau libaiigh; proxy,
Flwood S. Buth: representatives to
southern district convention at- Hajris-
Elwood S. Butt). W. B. Kaylor,
•lohn fiaicl;baagb. J. A. Mathias and P.
WILL INSTALL NEW OFFICERS
Borough War Veterans Will Observe
T"he newly -elected officers of Post
2 50, G. A. F,. of the 'borough, will be
installed to-morrow evening at 7.30
o clock in tste hail, North Front street,
Past lomaianier. John H. Sheeslev.
Harrisurg; post commander, George 'H.
Boyer: senior vice commander. John Mc-
Afee; junior vice commander. Samuel
Weaver; quartermaster, John C. Aftick;
. haplain. I). B. Hoffman; surgeon, Wil
liam X. Geaimill; officer of the dav, Wil
liam A. Attick; representative "of de
partment encampment, C. E. Scott; al
ternate, Samuel Weaver: trustee. David
EARL S. SMITH FOR COUNCILOR
Order Independent Americans Met Last
Steelton Council No. 152, Order Inde
pendent Americans, ele ted the follow
ing officers at its meeting last evening:
Councilor, Earl S. Smith, vice coun
cilor. Arthur Proweli; assistant record
ing secretary. Harry J. Bretz; conduct- i
or, Balph Lau; warden. William A.
(Mills; inside sentinel, M. P. Vanatta;
outside sentinel, Harry B. Jefferies:
chaplain. George O. Klaiss: tnurtee, C.
W. Thompson; officer of the dav.
•mqo Proweli; captain of the' guard,
narry Bretz. These officers will fee in
stalled Wednesday nigbf, January 6.
Miss Marie Wiseman, the visiting'
nurse employed by the Steelton Civic
Club, will be in her office from 8 a. m.
to 9 a. m., from 12.30 p. m. to 1.30'
Gossip is what others say about you; j
what you say about others" is news' '
PRAYER AND PRAISE AT
THE WATCHNICHT SERVICES
1»!4 Year Booh. Just Issued. Will Be
Distributed to Members of Centen
ary United Brethren Church This
Evening—Will Sing Carols
Watch night services or unusually in
teresting character will be held in Cen
tenary I nited Brethren church this
evening, commencing at 10.30 o'clock.
A hftecn-nnnute song service will be
followed with a sermon by the Rev. A.
K. Wier, pastor, and the last fifteen
minutes, until 12 o'clock, will be de
voted to a prayer service.
During the course of these services
the 1914 year book, compiled by the
Rev. A. K. Wier. pastor, and jusrt issued
from the press of the Horvath Printing
v OT any, 50 Xorth Front street, will be
distributed. This publication is full of
usetul information, valuable to each
member. and contains halftone cuts of
Bishop W. W. Weekly; the Rev. D. D.
Lowery, superintenvient of the East
Pennsylvania conference: Centenary
v hurch building; the church parsonage
and a bookcu: of t!he Bev. A. K. Wier
The young folks who sang Ctoristmaa
carols at homes of various members oa
Christmas moruiug wiil again appear ou
the streets to-nig-ht at the elosv> of the
watch night services and will sereuado
homes of members missed on the former
J. Edwin Knipp. Dayton. 0.. recentlv
appointed mission arv 0 f the I'niteJl
| 'Brethren church to Japan, will occupy
I the pulpit at Centenary- Fhurch sun,la%-
mcrn.ng at the regular service. Air.
Xnipp will leave for Jaj an. February
-•. Evangelistic services will fee !hel'd
j in this church Sunday evening.
Alis? Sarah Cargil, Lewistown. is the
guest of Mr. ani Mrs. Samuel Cargil,
i -112 Swatara street.
Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Yoffe. South
, Fiont street, left to-day for Philadel-
I phia to visit relatives.
The Rev. and Mrs. G. X. Lauffer ar
-1 riveii in the borough yesterday from
1 Newville and have taken up they: resi
dence in the parsonage of St. John's
; Lutheran church, Xorth Second street.
; Mrs. Mary Lamb and son. Taomas,
after spending one week as guests of
Mr. an.i Mrs. Frank Stees. Second and
Pine streets, have returned to their
home in Youngstown, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. David Smith. Christian
j street, are entertaining Mrs. William
I Benn and daughter. Dorothy, and Mrs.
! Albert Benn, of Lancaster,
j Mrs. Malinda Pearson, after spend
j ing one month with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Rudy, Xorth Second
i street, has returned to'her home in Abi-
I lene, Kan.
Miss Marie Wizenian, Clv.e club
( nurse, has returned from Philadelphia,
I where she spent one week with rela
P. M. Xey, Xorth Front street, made
a business trip to Philadelphia to-day.
j Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crump. Xorth
j Front street, were entertained last
j evening bv friends in Harrisburg.
Mrs. William Ludes. after spending
j two weeks with relatives on Xorth Sec
j ond street, has returned to her home
j in Philadelphia.
Mrs. M. F. Ludes, Xorth Second
I stieet, left to-day for Shamokin to
; "[.end one month with her son, the Rev.
i H. C. Ludes.
John Litch, Third and Walnut
| streets, left last night for Xew York
! where he will take a new posi
Mrs. J. Dougherty. 2123 South Sec
j ond street, is recovering from a recent
I operation, which was performed at the
Meyer Latob. of Fayetteville. Xorth
Carolina, is the guest of his parents on
Xorth Second street.
Mr. and Mrs. W J. Myers, after
spending one week with their sons. Dr.
H C. and Dr. D. Edward Myers, Swat
ara street, have returned to'their home
in Alexandria, Huntingdon countv.
The revival servires now being held
in the Main Street Church of God are
being largely attended and are re
ported to be successful. The Bev. G.
W. Getz, pastor, is in charge of the
meetings. Watch night services will be
held this evening at the close of the
Defective wiring is alleged to have
caused a slight blaze in the eellarwav
at the home of A. R. Rapp. 233 Pine!
street, last evening about 5.15 o'clock.!
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 1914.
The blare w«s extinguished with very
flight damages, before the firemen ar
Election of officer? by Grace United
Evangelical Sundav school this evening
will be followed with watch night serv
Class S of St. Mark's Lutheran Sun
day school will hold a sauerkraut and
noodle soup supper in the market house
Thursdav evening, January 21.
The Croatian Sokol will hold an en
tertainment ami dance in Croatian hall
thij evening at S o'clock.
A number of prominent stores of the
borough will close all day to-morrow.
New Year's Day.
Daniel Mohn, driver for the D. Bacon
Company, sustained lacerations of the
hands and face when the wagon he was
seated in upset near the frog and
switch office of the local steel plant
Tuesday afternoon. The accident was
caused by the wagon toppling over an
Burgess Wigfield yesterday issued a
proclamation boosting the mummers'
paiade in Harrisburg to-morrow and
urging citizens of the borough to give
the movement its support.
Patrolman Pearson last night arrest
ed Ilia Dragovic and .loe Melic, two
Austrians. on North Front Rtreet for
disorderly conduct. They will be ar
raigned before the Burgess.
In a fall on the ice-covered ground
at the local steel plant Tuesday, Emery
Shutter dislocated his left elbow. Be
had the injury treated at the Harris
The Benton Catholic Club will hold
a dance to-night in its hall on North
Front street. Dancing will start late
and continue until after midnight.
This—And Five Cents
Don't miss this. Cut out this slip,
enclose five cents to Foley Co., Chi
cago, 111., writing your name and ad
dress clearly. You will receive in re
turn a free trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for
coughs, colds aud croup; Foley Kidne"
Pills, for pain in sides and back, rheu
matism. backache, kidney and bladder
ailments, and Foley Cathartic Tablets,
a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing
cathartic, especially comfortable to
stout persons. For sale in your town by
George A. Gorgas, 16 North Third
street and P. B. B. Station. adv
Oberliu. Dec. 31.—' "The Nativity,"
a Christmas tableau, given in Salem
Lutheran church Christmas eve, will be
repeated, by request, this evening at 8
o 'clock bv the same cast.
A special meeting for men will be
I held in Salem Lutheran church Sunday
| afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. This wiil
| include the males from Oberlin. Knhaut
! and Bressler. The Rev. H. X. Hanson,
pastor of Messiah Lutheran church,
: Harrifiuirg, wiP deliver an address and
' special music will be rendered by the
Brotherhood Glee Club of Salem Lu
Word was received to-day that a
marriage license had been granted at
Lebanon to Miss Lorean Wagner,
daughter of David Wagner, Enhaut, and
Joseph F. Shetter, of Campbellstown, a
Deputy Sheriff Hurt in Fall
I James H. Johnson, 273 Calder street.
; a deputy sheriff, was seized with an
attack of vertigo in the P. R. R. sta
; tion this morning and fell to the floor,
lacerating his forehead. He responded
to treatment at the Harrisburg hos
pital. After his wound was dressed he
was allowed to go home.
COCRT OP COMMON PLBAS NO. 5.
COUNTY OK PHILADELPHIA.
Term. 1910. N«. 4799
SAMI'Et. RE A. Trustee,
PENNSYLVANIA CANAL COMPANY et tl.
TRI STKE S FORECLOSURE SALE
OT ALL THK ESTATE. REAL AND PERSON
AL. RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES WHATSO
EVER OF THE PENNSYLVANIA CANAL
_P«r»us-t io decree of the Court of Comm>n
rleas No. A. for Philadelphia Couut*. ma.te tn
the abort totaled cjse Notember 15. 1913. as
iowEded Oetooer 10. 1914. Sauiul ltea. Sulntiiui
-12 lStf'f "*"»»•<£' gl.tn and ei.vut
«l JuTf 1, 1870, b? PeQD«riTania Canal CoropanT
io Herman Loir.i«aert as original tiusiee. u
secure th»>psnuent of its coupon b<m..s to the
amount of «..)oo.ow>. of the denor\]inati<.n of fi.-
WX'. due July 1. ll»10, of whicii tenuis to tin*
amount of ll.ms.oiv are outstaml iu due aud
l * x>n v hich default wa* ma, ir wheu the*
£• TK I Ju CU . iaW . da> ° f
at £uhlic Au tioc. at 12 o'clock noon. at 1321
553W Philadelphia. Pi., on Wednesday.
April 4. 11*15. the properties. rights and privi
lefrs hereinafter befell) descritted. reference beiuj
| Baoe to ml? decree for a full descriptor., on the
, conditions and terms .if sale uervluafie. s«t furth
PROPERTIES TO BK SOU>.
i T^ftt Portion. being shot it d T11«h» mile* in
lenrth. cf the Wyoming Div.slon of tin- Canal ex
, &^ ID4 ./ r " ni Northampton stivrt. in the City ~f
V* ilkes-Barre. to the eastern boundary of that por
tion *.»f the i anal which was con*eyed b 'he Canal
n?' Harr J K- Fauaer by deed dated February
i 24. 1906; subKt a* to part thereof, to the r.ghts
: and easement for railroad purposes granted t\\?
i i ar V °P- l .° I l * North and We«t Branch luilwn
Co. by detV. dated August 13 l«fcc3. aud corded
! in Luxern* County in L»eed Boo* :*30.
I and subject to the of coal a»nd other mi.
f r u e i c * **** Part thereof luide
by the canal vo. to Charlfs Parrish by d «M dattd
il»n tmier 31, IKW. recorded :if L#azerue Count* in
Deed Bock No. 241. pace 30.
(b.) right a* the Canal Co. ma* ha*e to
reconstruct and maiutain the um across the
JNest Bra net of the Susquehanna K'tet near
Montgomery in the County of 1,-tom ng. *n.t
the Jiun.y Daui. and the p- rticn of the
I at* 1 . ranch I>lri»ion of the canal, about on*
mile in lengtn, contiguous to tr.< site of to»* Mil
dim. etteudin? from a point 4Ct) feet FXiatwardly
measured alone the South proper? iine «-f said
Osnal from the intersection of said pruixrt) line
with a line In prolongation Southwardly iacr«ss
tie csnsli of the breast of said Muucy Dam. to
a point In a line in prolongation Southwardly,
across th* canal, of the Westerly Hue of the
lack Hone lot at Lo<-k No. 19, in the IVwnaWp
i Wopfrj". County of Ljcodiing. tojßtber
i 'be right to food certain lauds above said
-&L iwioo of the West
Branch Division of the Canal in Snvder County
•stendiag from SeiUisgrove railroad brbice to the
former site of penn's Creek Aqueduct, a dis
f of about 3 3dO miles, which was referred
to the Csnai Company In its deed to th* Northern
central Connectiw: Railroad Company, dated Ov-
J 4 ' »■<! recorded in Snyder Co.. in
Mis Book No. 6. page 3TBs
#2?;* J 111 .?. 1 Portion having a lenath of about 00
feet of the Juniata Division of the Cansl at
Junsits Junction. Dsupfain County, exrendlug from
the Eastward t-ouodsry of the Canal as conveyed
? V - tbp *' R R Co. by deed
dated October 18. ISO 9. to toe Western boundary
j °ffhe Eastern Division of said Canal, together
w,tu lP e r ' mr dwelling house* thereon
J te» That portion of the Ka«t»rn Division of the
D !i * Juniv* Junction, .South
wardly the Southern boundsr> of the Csnal
?* h '.tbe Canal Co. to the Northern
P Ol " 1 Connecting R. R. Co. by dee«l dated Octo
-24. X9U.J, to and inclnding the lock to the pool
at Uarks Ferrv dsm.
serosa the Susquehanna River
at Claris terry in the- Township of Reed. County
of Dauphin, known as Clarks Ferry Rlftr bridge,
. VT in *JLof twenty hundred a.->d eighty
♦•lgbt fn»t more or les% #;ib<ect to condem
i nation proceedins« heretofore instftnted by the
onn»y of Dauphfn to acquire the bridge, together
w ] f " 1 !l* r ' fhl to the damages awarded therefor.
TbM portion of th* Wiconisco Division of
i - In Dsuphin County extending from a
point IGO feet above the bead of the outlet lock
known as "No 1" «t Harks Ferry. Westwsrdl:
a distance of 400 feet. n>ire or less, to a point at
the Intake alio from the River an<l
dam across said River at Claria F'erry. together
with the 'rarao dwelling thereon, having an eati
mated srea of about one acre.
Also, all th* personal prop- rty of the Csnal Co. 1
'Nthe estate, right, title and <nter*at of the
tXnal Co. of, in sad to all r*al estate, real prop
erty rights s:kl privileges of every kind M>erer
forming part of. connected with or belonging or in
! any way appertaining to the works and property i
oo 1 " o*" heretofore known ss the Pennsylvsnia
' tbe parts and portions heretofore ,
soM and conveyed by the Canal Co.) sad all sod I
singular the corporate rights and franchises of the !
* anal Co. and generally all property whatever aad
i whereas*ier. real, persons! and mixed, thereto be- !
longing and in any way appertaining.
TBRMS ANO CONDITIONS.
. . The several above described premises will '
be nr.i wrivd for sale separately, aad the« all
of the said premises as a whole, to the higbeat
and beat bidders, subject to conflrmation by th* ■
2. Twenty-Ave per cent, of the amount of anv
accepted bid shall be paid at the time of aaie, in
cash, and the balance of the purchase money ahsli '
bo paid upon ronflrmatlon of the aale b* the i
Court, without an* liability of the Purchaser to i
see to the application of the pur. hase money.
AS BRITISH PRESS
REGARD If. S. NOTE
"Standard" Warns Eng
land That American
Protest Should Not Be
Newspaper Declares Feeling in United
States Is Becoming More Pro
nounced for Germany and Says Un
cle Sam Shoiud Be Met Half War
London, Dec. 31, 3.13 A. M.—The
American note to Great Britain concern
ing the search of American vessels by
British warships is further dis'.-ussed by
the Loudon inorniug newspapers to
The "Standard" in an editorial warns
the country that the American protest
is a serious one and should not l>e treat
ed light hear tedly; that the sentiment
ir. the I'tiited States in favor of the
allies is less pronounced than it was
three months ago and that it is yielding
to a feeling in favor of tkrmauv as the
underdog in a tight against groat odds.
Therefore, the newspaper says, if any
solution is possible the United States
should be met half wav.
j A suggestion appears iu the "Morn
: ing Post" that a remedy for the griev
-1 auce of undue delay in searching ves
| sels would be to pass a short ac' in
Parliament giving the neutral trader
the right to come to a British court of
justice and by a process involving a
minimum of delay, to claim damages
arising from the detention of his vessel
Copper Exporters Not Ruined
The "Morning Post" contends edi
torially that American copper export
ers by no means have been ruined, de-
I daring that in September and October,
i 1913, they sold ten million rounds of
] copper to Italy, Holland, Norway and
| Sweden and that in the same months of
; 1914 t'iiey sold to the same customers
i fifty million pounds.
"We trust." .he editorial continues,
'"that the British government will ful
fill the whole letter of the law and give
I to President Wilson his full pound of
I flesh: but we ho;e there is euough of
! human nature iu the admiralty and the
. navy to arrange that all copper imports
iof neutrals and all their imports,
analagous to that of copper, shall sink
ito and remain at the normal peace
The "Daily Mail'' said it considers
j the question at issue much as of prin-
I dple. It protests against jetting needly
excited smout the note and informs
Americans that even from the stand
j point of their own interests it is rela
tively not a vita! matter, since far
j greater questions are on the anvil. It
| contends that in the victory of the al
| lies lies the security and well-being of
! the I'nited States and the triumpn of
I American conceptions of sodetv and
j government. The editorial concludes
i with the statement that t'ae allies are
fighting America's battles as well as
' their own. "but none the less it will be
i a good thing to get the awkward prob
| lem of contraband satisfactorily set
Underwriters Take a Hand
The "Times'' says that within the
! last few days London underwriters who
! are in close touch with American com
-1 merce have been conferring together in
au endeavor to find a modus vivendi
under which the objects both Great
Britain and the United States have at
heart with regard to the questions
raised in the American note could each
i be secured.
Lewis Einstein, of Xew York, who
has held various diplomatic posts under
the I'nited States government, writes
to the "Times" suggesting as a solu
; tion of the difficulty that Great Britain
i thould create a >.ourt of claims where
' neutrals could seek redress for injury
! resulting from blockades. He further
I proposes that American lawyer of recog
; nized standing be appointed by the Brit
| iah government as judge of such court
j with a legal adviser to inform the for
j eiga office of t'he American point of
; view. Mr. liinptrin suggests that men
j of the type of Joseph H. Croate and
, John Basset' Moore, a former coun
i selior of the State Department at \Vash-
I ington, would be suitable.
Comment By Dutch Papers
Th§ Hague, via London, De<\ 31.
2.59 A. M.—The Dutch papers, while
generally commenting upon the Ameri
can note, virtually agree as to the
main points brought out in the follow
ing editorial expressions in the Amster
dam "Alyemeen Haadelsblad:"
"The note sent to England but in
tended for the Powers of the tniple em -
tete is a remarkable symptom. In
America, as well as in other neutral
countries, the illegal measures taken
against American commerce has made
"The note ii not intended as a hos
tile act but is a warning and request
with a detailed resume of the com
plaints of American shippers. Hie in
tentions of the note are good.
Position of Neutral Shippers
'lt is well that Washington drew
the attention of the British government
to the difficult position of the neutral
shippers. But will the protest helpf We
be iev<j we are justified in doixbting
this is in the case of the protests of
the Netherlands, Sweden. Denmark and
Norway. So. this one will be shelved
because England will consider above all
any above the rights of neutrals, her
own interests wbivh are that nothing
which the Germans could use must be
permitted in the way of truffle. For this
the neutral states are sacrificed."
The Amsterdam "Tijd" says:
"It is shown that when its inter
ests demand such a course Washington
acts resolutely regardless of distinction
or persons. The protest of the note
against the manner in which England
wished to control the seas is proof of
Drops Like a Bolt From Sky
"The exchange of memorandums be
tween America and England concern
ing the Ghent centenary is hardly over
when ttiis protect note dropped like a
bolt from the sky. It is superfluous to
point out the great importance of this
srtep on the part of America in behalf
of neutral trade. With anticipation we
a#ait John Bull's reply. Will Washing
ton be satisfied with the morsel with
which Mr. Asquith «nd Sir Edward |
Grey hitherto have placated small neu- |
tral countries when thev \oi-cod timely |
and humble complaints.
TO SAFEGUARD EMPLOYES
IN INDUSTRIAL PLANTS
Safety First Regulations Now Being la
sued by State Industrial Board Aft- ;
er Careful Consideration of All
Sides of Various Questions
After many months of industrious la- !
bor, rules ancl regulations for the safe
ty of employes in industrial plants
throughout Pennsylvania have been
adopted bv the Pennsylvania State In
dustrial Board. Tne result of their la
bors are being made known and through
DR. JOHN PRICE JACKSON i
an arrangement with the Star-lndenend- |
ent these rules will be printed. On
page 4 of this issue a draft of many 1
of the regulations appear.
The rules are of interest not only to \
the employe, but to the employer, as
both sides of the various situations !
were considered before any action was j
taken by the Board. Committee meet- ;
ings on all subjects -vere held, prelim
inary drafts were made on the proposed i
safety rnte>, hearings were held and ]
the result was obtained only after con- j
sidering the situation from all angles. 1
This work has been progressing un
der the direction of Dr. John Price
Jackson, Commissioner of Labor ami
Industry. At the present time a half ,
dozen safety meetings an 1 scheduled to ]
be held in the Capitol ouilding. at which |
regulations will be framed. t
The safety-first movement for indus
trial plants is one of the big things to- [
day in labor circles and it is»hoped by i
the members of the Industrial Hoard
that the publication of the rules that j
have so far been adopted will be care- j
fully considered. The regulations as
they stand in articles when they appear j
are" ironclad, but are subject to change
on petition to the Industrial Board. ,
After reviewing the petition, should
any be presented, the Board can call a |
hearing if it is deemed advisable^
A valuable reference can be made of
the various articles which will appear
from time to time under the "safety
first" caption if they be clipped and
placed in a scrap book. The first ar- j
tide appeared last evening and related j
to wood-working machinery.
BUNGLING BAFFLES BURGLARY
Two Masked Men in Haste Lock Cash
Register and Arouse Owner (
Chester, Pa., Dec. 31. —Striking two j
keys at once, robbers unwittingly lock-'
ed the cash register in the store of
Stanley Kudewicz yesterday, a mistake j
which foiled them in their attempt to;
loot the receptacle.
Angered at their blunder the intru-l
ders struck the keys with an iron bar. 1
The noise was heard by Rudewicz, who j
reached the store in time to see the
two men, who wore masks, scramble
over the counter and escape.
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18-20-22 South Third Street Harrisburg, Pa.
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World Famous Concert
WILL APPEAR IN
Piano Recital at Tach High School
Auditorium, Wed. Eve., Jan. 6
A d mission
One Doll ar
Sale of Seats Starts Monday,
J. H. Troup Music House
Troup Building 15 S. Market Sq.
Engineers for 102, 123, 119, 101,
Firemen for 122, 108, 119, 101,
Fl.igtnen for 110, 107.
Brakemen for 103, 102, 108, 110,
Engineers up: Albright,
Smith, Speas, Smeltzef, Madenfort,
Firemen up: Coover, Duvail, Taylor,
Shive, Kegleman, Herman. Koeh
enour, Myers, Achey, Grove, Wagner,
Shaffer, Brenner, Yentzer, Whichello,
Khoa.ls. Barton, Libhart, Wagner, Mc-
Curdy, Paekor, Weaver.
Flagmen iip: First, Bruelil.
Brakemen i»p: Horner, Collins, Mi
land, Shultzlberger, Jackson, Riley,
Baßozer. Cos, Allen, Brom well, Koch
enouer, File, Dengler.
Middle Division—23 crew to go
first after 1.30 p. m.: 16, IS, 13. 24,
Engineer for 15.
Firemen for 15, 26.
Flagman for 23.
Brakemen for 16, 15, IS.
Engineers up: Si mo nt on, Hertzler,
Moore, Bennett, Kugler.
Firemen up: Simmons, Kuntz, Zeid
ers, Fletcher, Bornman, Schreffler, Lie
ban, Arnold, Drewett.
Conductors up: Paul, I>issinger,
Brakemen up: Heck, Reese, Fleck,
Bi-ckert, Bolan, Bell, Myers, Khuft'man.
Yard Crews—Engineers up: Brene
man, Thomas, Rudy, Houser, B>tahl,
Swab, Crist, Harvey. Salts-man, Kuhn,
Helton, Shaver, Hoyler, Beck, Biever,
Firemen up: Myers, Boyle, Shipley,
Crow, Revil, Utah, Bostdorf, R&u«h,
Weigle, Lackey, Oookearly, Maeyer,
Sholter, Snell, Bartolet, Hart, Basitey,
Siheets, Bair, Eyde, Ney.
Engineers for 1454, 1758, 90, 1820,
• Firemen for 1454, 1556.
P., H. and P.—After 4 p. in.: 11.
; 19, 20, S, 10, 19, 23, 6, 2.
Eastbound—After 2.45 p. m.: 62, 68,
64, 65, 63, 56, 51, 61.
Engineer up: Tipton.
I Fireman up: Beecher, Boyer, Sellers.
Brakemen up: Hoover, F1 eagle,
Strain, Gardner, Shader, Yoder, *lvai>i«,
Philadelphia Division—2os crew to
go first after 3.45 p. m.; 237. 210, 218,
' 213. 230.
j Engineers wanted for 205, 230.
Firemen wanted for 21S, 230.
Conductors wanted for 210. 213.
'i Flagman for 205.
■ I Brakemen for 201, 205, 213, 218.
Conductors up: Eogan, Keller.
Brakemen tip: Myers, K'ice, Vand
ling, Lutz, Felker, Kone, Diets, Hoopoe,
i Twigg, Long.
Middle Division—loß crew to go
j after 3.30 p. m.: 111, 120,
Engineers for 108, 120, 103, 112.
Firemen for 108, 112,
Conductor for 119.
Flagman for 106.
j Brakeman for 108.
Take Care of Your Eyes and
They'll Take Care of You
for advlrr, conduit
1 With H. C. Claater, 302 Market Street.