Clipped From Reading Times
of "Recent' Locomotive Developments." Developments." .... R. A. Reeder, road foreman of engines, engines, Shamokin Division, Tamaqua, told how auxiliary water tanks enabled enabled locomotives to run three times the distance formerly traveled. Frank Hogan, assistant foreman, Philadelphia, declared engineers had developed their own code of ethics, which he classed as sobriety, truth, justice and morality. Other speakers speakers were Charles A. Hamm, Reading;' Reading;' Harry D. Eggleston and John R. Herbein, Philadelphia; A. K. Galloway, Galloway, superintendent of motive power and rolling equipment; P. S. Lewis, general superintendent, and J. T. Sturman, superintendent of the Reading Division. ' John Scheifele, road foreman of engines, Reading Division, introduced the. speakers. The next meeting, January 27, will be known as "Pullman Car Company Company Night."' '