2 Nov. 1919
new is new at be at of master Harry Frost, of the Wabash, is seriously'111. F, C. Walt is off duty from the Pennsylvania boiler shop today on account account of illness. J. O'Brien, of the Pennsylvania machine machine shop, is off duty today looking after a sick horse. O. J. Parks, chief car inspector for the Pennsylvania, has gone to Terre Haute to visit friends. C. W. Grosvenor will spend Sunday at Indianapolis. He is a machinist in the Pennsylvania machine shop. C. B. Ryan, of the Pennsylvania blacksmith shop, and F, Lantz, of the game.shop, are on the sick list today. C. Â·.\y..,Jansen resumed work in the Pennsylvania machine shop, after a week's-absence, on account of sickness,. sickness,. Â·'" ,Â· ..' ;'..'Â· - . ' Â· ' ' . F. J. Schwanz, of the Wabash, pipe- ;fit.ting shop, was off duty yesterday afternoon moving into his new home iu. Lakeside. E. F..Stephan, of Superintendent W. M. Wardrop's office, is spending a vacation vacation at Upper Sandusky, O.," his former home. .. Â· ' . . Â· Â· - - ' . ' IT. F. Danielson has been appointed a member of Captain Henry Stoll's detective force. He succeeds Charles Cdmparet, resigned. G.-G, Meyers, o f ; the Pennsylvania machine shop, .teft today for Wisconsin, Wisconsin, where he will spend the ,hext few days hunting big game. William Wiggins, driver "?or the W ells- Fargo Express cpmpanyj eloped to Hillsdale, Mich., with Miss Milledge, of 315 Brandriif street, the early part iof this week. North Clinton street is being paved for a distance of about 600 feet the Lake Shore tracks north, and make a better automobile- approach to the old depot. . . R. James Gardner, a stenographer, has been transferred from the Pennsylvania Pennsylvania yardmaster's office to" the 'trainmaster's office, to succeed' J. B. Brown, who was transferred to the claim agent's office. Albert Trautinan, (Sard clerk at the foundry oiflce of'the'Bass Foundry .Machine works, has been advanced yard clerk. He will be succeeded, Edward Dickmcyer, formerly of the White Fruit house. J. J. Trautman, inspector of small motors at the Electric works, has resigned to go into business with his father, John Trautman, at the Sports- trie works for. many years. Only A Fir* Hero but the crowd cheered, as, with hands, he held up a small round "Fellows!" he shouted, "this Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has; every thing beat for burns." Right 1 also for ulcers, sores, pimples, eczema^ .cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest pile cure. It subdues inflammation, kills pain. Only 25 cents at Dreler Drug Co.--Adv.