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act Uk ivtT.
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TIeloetoTrtinllenilt. not onlr nta protea
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In time. Hold by dmawleta.
' j A freight brakeman la suapendeU
- from a day to a week and sometimea la
' . Lgiren even more of a layoff for failing
Who Arc Ambitious to Become TraiiTameniweonpi'pp omlB? on dn,y
with his breath smelling of liquor, for-
' Must Prepare for a Severe Examination. ; ggj Vj;" E
t. run. '
' ' j If a conductor tloee not keep a keen
. ' ieye to the end thiwl the rules shni be
Some of the Severe Penalties That Are Inflicted for an. Em- 'obeyed by the other trainmen, he must
! also endure punishment for the of
ploye's Disobedience Of Orders. j feaaea they commit. The railroud com-
' : paniea do not intend to promote good-
I fellowship between subordinates ' and
(COPYRIGHT. iM I
NO CLASS of men deal more con
stantly with the public than the
conductors and brakeinen of a great
railway system, yet not one in a thou
sand of those who come iu daily con
tact with them realize the stringent
rules and ironclad discipline under
which they perform their allotted taskt.
It Is a practical civil service lo a
prent extent, aud t lie railroad man who
rise to a position of authority, as i
rule has earned hii promotion by dally
exhibitions of faithfulness and intelli
gence. "I have filled every positiuu iu
railroud work up to my present place,"
Mild Superintendent . IS. McCoy, of the
New York Central, in speaking of this
matter the other day, "and I would not
consider myself a fit superintendent If
it were otherwise,"
The superintendent, however, Is one
of a thousand, for tJie vaat majority
of toilers In the railroad ranks have
not won the smiles of fortune in such
degree. It Is-the ambition of every rail
way man to win promotion, but the task
that confronts him is arduous enough
to be dixcouruging. "IIow good fl place
do you Kiippose I could reasonably ex
pect to pet?" iii id a recent applicant
for a railroud position. "Oh, I don't
know," said the trainmaster to whom
he spoke. "Perhaps if you stay in the
n-rvice 20 or SO years you may be a
"Every nrnn must liegin at the be
ginning" Is the motto of nil great rall
ro4ids, and oqe fairly well observed.
But fcuat is the beginning? In these
days t'he railroads prefer, ns they say,
to make their own men. A likely posi
tion for a begin nar of tender years is
that of messenger. From there lie
may gravitate to almost anywhere
that his Inclination and ability nwiy In
dicate. Something more than an appli
cation for a position is necessary. As
a rule there must be churactcr behind
It. When a young man asks to be em
ployed his name nnd address are taken,
and if he Is considered n likely young
fellow a thorough Investigation of his
character, his habits, his surroundings,
his family, etc., is made. If, in the
eyes of the employer, the report cf the
investigator indicates fitness, the young
man is very apt to be given a place.
If otherwise, it is probable he y i 1 1 be
told that there is no vacancy. Wealth
of family is no recommendation, rail
road olllelals ray: It is chur.icter Hint
Naturally, It Is nol always pt.sciblo
to srlect employes in this way. The
company needs men in certain places,
these places must lie filled at onee, nnd
therefore the only method is fo put the
iipplicjint through an examination. It
often happens that he has been em
ployed by another railroad, and in that
ease particularly seme odd inquiries
are math;. For instance, an applicant
for the position of passenger brakeman
was asked the other day: "Suppose
the steam pipe in your car should
spring a leak and you would have to do
BEFORE THE SUPERINTENDENT.
someithiDg without consulting any
body. What would you do to prevent
the car filling with steam and the pas
sengers being alarmed?" The young
man thought for a moment and then
said: "Well, I guesa I'd WTopmy coat
around the pipe."
Here are some more of the questions
that the applicant lor a brakeman's
position would have to answer, these
being for passenger brakemen :
"If a passenger who was sober used
abusive language to you, wftat would
"If you knew a passenger was going
to get off at a certain station and you
noticed that he was asleep when you
were running into thai station, wlint
would be your option V
"If after leaving the beginning ot
your run you should) notice that one of
the signal flogs or lanterns was miss
ing, what would you do?"
"Would you report the violation of
the company's rulea by a fellow brake
man or a conductor?" . .
"What, in your opinion, constitutes
neat personal appearance V '
"Would you think' it part of your
duty to call the attention of tte con
ductor to the fact it the train seemed
to be making; too fast time?" .
' "Do you consider it necessary to
keep a 4harp eye on ihe hose In winter
If you are hot specially assigned to
that doty r
These are some of the questions that
ire asked the applicant for positions
as freight brakemen:
"Suppose you were told to open a
switch' and then received a signal to
do something else, would you obey that,"1" f,,ow lo "V
signal and leave the awitch open or , wed their way, but nowadays it is
elose it?" ' P a n merit.
"Supposing you were on the roof of a j. Jn?0U4bte11' lhere "re, Tiwher
car, and that part of the train you were ! Ji bn a c"rf ,ul reaJinS of
on broke away from the engine, what i this railroad rule which governs pro-
would you do? Would you set the i n,0"1n Js restrnp:
brake or first notfify the conductor?" ! , U Py be regarded a.
"Do you think a brakeman ought to i 'n the, ,ne of Promotion advancement
smoke when on duty?" depending u,pon the faith ul discharge
'VQimnrwlnn 4.h train nrnm atini.uiil
by trampa or a mob of any sort, whet
would you conceive to be your duty?"
"If In the employ of your compony
would you consider it necessary to al
ways and absolutely obey every rule?"
"When do you think you should use
your own judgment?"
"Would you compare your watch
every day with standard time, even it
I I r
POLITENESS AN ESSENTIAL.
you knew that it would not. vary for sev
eral days from the timeot which it had
"What is your idea of t'he way a
freight brakeman should dress?"
"Are you In the habit of drinking
liquor? Do you take a drink oecasion
allv, or don't vou believe in drinking n't
"What position do you hope to get If
you remain in the service of this road i"
"Do you think a mon who is mar
ried makes ns good a brakeman as one
who is not?"
"Do you always believe In being
strictly on time?"
Perhaps at. first glance three ques
tions may not seem particularly sig
nifli'4int, but if they are carefully
studied It will be seen that after they
have been answered the questioner will
have a fairly good idea of the man
wlu'm he has been quizzing. Some of
the suggestions appear commonplace,
but they form part of an ingenious
whole t lint as a rule reveals the majori
ty of the facts the trainmaster wishes to
know. They will be more appreciated
when these rules that must. serve aa the
guidance of railroad employes are
"Employes while on duty must wear
t he prescribed badge or uniform and be
nent in appearance.
"The, use of intoxicants while on
duty is prohibited. Their habitual use
or the frequenting of places where they
are sold is sufficient cause for dis
missal. "The use of tobacco by employea
when in or about passenger stations
or by passenger trainmen when on
duty la prohibited.
"Ail employes must be polite and
considerate in their intercourse with
the public. The reputation and pros
perity of a company depend greatly
upon the promptness with which its
business is conducted and the manner
in which its patrons are treated by its
"Conductors will be held responsible
for tfae proper adjustment of the
switches used by them and their train
men, except where switch tenders are
stationed. Whoever opens a switch
shall remain at it until it Sa closed,
unless relieved by some other compe
"Each trainman, must have a suit
able watch which has been examined
and certified to on a prescribed form
by a designated inspector and'must file
such certificate before he is allowed to
go on duty. Watches must be examined
AH these rules are observed. They
are net for effect la the least. A first
offense meana a reprimand by the
trainmaster. A second offense la likely
to mean a viait to the superintendent
and a suspension of, from one to ten
days. A recurrence of the offense is
likely to mean dismissal.'; Small mat
ters are considered offenses, li a
brakeman, whose duty It la to look
after the rear ooach of traia (a win
der lets the boee freeze at thtt end
twice, the superintendent ear to him:
"Why did yon let thai, bos freeseT
TV-k Jtt,1..4 1.A al. A. A -AS
ii, u.uu . juu toe wawr run ou r
X think job had better take a layoff of
a day aad ae If yoa eaal taiak of a j
rtaaoa that will prereatit aext time."
Sometimea tba offenaoa ar cren more
trivial. A tralBmat) la suspended tor
appearing 0$ duty with bis uniform In
bad condition. If ha la disoonrteotis to
paaaengers, if ha fail to call atationa
properly, if ha negleata to help ladiea
off the train. ' v
superiors. It ia their desire that the
difference in rank should be thorough
ly in evidence at all times.
It needs no sharp ear to hear the
bitter complaint that many of the rail
road men make as to promotions.
"Favorites are jumped over us. over
good men," they say. "It nsei to be
that the fellows got to the top who
It is on the last five words of this
rule -that the railroad officials base
their defense of the charge of favorit
ism. "There are faithful, honest bag
gagemen and station masters in the
employ of the railroads," said Super
intendent McCoy, "who have held
their positions for very many years
and often wonder that they have not
beeu promoted. The reason is simple.
They are good baggagemen and good
station masters, but we have watched
them very closely and tried them in p
quiet way from time to time and
proved that they could not satisfactor
ily fill higher positions. There are
plenty of first-class conductors and
brakemen who are fitted for just those
plnces and no higher ones. That is the
secret of what sometimes seems pecu
liar promotions of railroad employes."
There is one great work that th
railroad discipline of conductors and
trainmen is Accomplishing, a work that
Is more beneficial for the creation of a
vnst class of sober nnd industrious
young men than the work of all th
temperance associations. Wherever it
is possible the railroads take young
men into their service because as
stated they like to make their own
men. The young men are ambitious,
they fay. while the older men are In
clined to sink into ruts. This does not
mean that as a man grows old he is
likely to lose his iposltion, but that in
filling vacancies the absence of years
is nn aid rather than a detriment to the
Injustice there must be and often
times there is pood ground for the bit
ter complaint of the conductors and
trainmen, but if general results are con
sidered, the present method of disci
pline foetus entitled to favorable con
sideration. Every year It is mnkingde
si ruble citizens out of hundreds of
THERE IS A DIFFERENCE.
So;no I'eoplo Seem to Make Thru,
arlrra Popular Sooner
Everybody in Virginia who is unj
body knows Col. Tazewell Ellett, cf
Richmond, and most of them have an af
fectionate way of referring to him as
"Taz." lie was In town the other day
on his way to Xew York, and in the
course of a few incongruvial remarks
he told this story on himself to illus
trate a point.
"Some years ago," he said, "I had oc
casion to stop at a hotel in Baltimore
where a friend of mine had beeu living
for seven years. One morning after I
had been there three days I wanted to
find this friend, whom I shall call Maj.
Itockbrldge, and I asked the clerk if he
had seen him about the office during
the last half hour. lie said he bad not,
I and referred mo to an old darky who
f .1 .1 . V . 1 . , . . 1
lrcBiueu over me ixkiv uiucKery in xne
adjoining back hall.
"'Have you seen anything of Maj.
Rockbridge this morning. Uncle Joe?'
" 'I don't know no slch gem'n, sub,'
replied the old man.
"'Don't know him?' I said, In sur
prise. 'Of course you know him.'
"'No, suh; I dunno no Majah Rock
bridge 'round yeah, sub.'
"I couldn't understand the situation,
and went after the old fellow on the
" 'Now, look here, Uncle Joe, I in
sisted 'you know me, don't you?'
"0h, yes, suh; you's Cunnel Ellett,
ob Richmond, suh.'
" 'Well, how in thunder does It hap
pen that you know me, when I have
only been here for three days, and you
don't know Maj. Rockbridge, who has
been here for seven yenrs?'
"The old man began dusting my coat
with the wisp In his hand.
: "Tsegwineter Vplaln dat right now,
boss,' he said, cautiously. 'Yon see, suh,
dar's some folks w'at makes demselves
more notoriouser in three days dan
some udder folks does in aeben years.
Da's lis' how dat is, sub,' and I agreed
entirely with. Uncle Joe." -Washington
star.-... ... . i i
::: fJaki-.M Cm( stf AIL i ' !
i Be Winkle Isn't even friends with
the girl 'who broke off her engatjement
ntn mm, is be T
She Oh, no. When she sent back the
Hntv fitr triytsBfsMsA Uaft, aha laKsvlavjt H
O A "
"Glass, with care."-rit-Bita.
A Fleshy ,
Did you ever see one?
Did you ever hear of one ?
Most certainly not. Con
sumption Is a disease that
Invariably causes loss of
If you are light in weight,
even if your cough is only
a slight one, you should
of cod liver oil with hypo
phosphites. No remedy
is such a perfect prevent
ive to consumption. Just
the moment your throat
begins to weaken and you
find you are losing flesh,
you should begin to take it.
And no other remedy
has .cured so many cases
of consumption. Unless
you are far advanced with
this disease, Scott's Emul
sion will hold every in
ducement ' to you for a
All Drnreiats. c. and Sr.
Scott ft Bownf. Chemiata. N. V.
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