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. Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine . NOTE: Mr. Willaxd wasrecently asked the questionshown here. His answer isreproduced in his own hand-writing. Could we have a bet-ter banner above our safetypage ?
. Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine . NOTE: Mr. Willard was recently asked the question shown at the head of this page—not with any idea of using the answer here. But his wordsare so terse, so full, so clearly final that we have reproduced them in his own handwriting. Could we have a better banner above our safety page?
. Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine . ■ „.>»;SttSBtnatRMHHMMMMnBk ■MAMWlll)i*viiiMait|lUMn(lKgk!. NOTE: Mr. Willard was recently asked the question shown at the head of this page—not with any idea of using the answer here. But his wordsare so terse, so full, so clearly final that we have reproduced them in his own handwriting. Could we have a better banner above our safety page? THE HIGHEST SAFETY RECORDSFOR FEBRUARY
. Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine . had a strong loyal team, that, duringhard winter weather, or other unusual difficulties, pulledtogether and solved their own problems. A brakemanon this division was killed a few weeks ago; a high officerasked the superintendent to accompany him over thedivision on the day of the funeral. The superintendenthad known the brakeman well, and asked permissionto remain at home so that he might attend the funeral,and be of such comfort to the family as he could underthe circumstances. The request was immediately grantedand the superintendent stands higher in
. Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine . to get his people to carry out the policies establishedby the heads of the organization. Noibecause they arenot willing to, or lack the desire to do what is asked ofthem, but because they often find it difficult to interpretthat fine sense of good feeling which he wishes to passon to the customer in his desire to render senace. Thereis an intangible element in making people feel you wantto do all you can for them, which is impossible to explainto a man in words. You cant tell him how to do it, butyou can show him. If he lives in that atmosphere longeno
. Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine . assured us that they will do their bestto place our team at the top. It was gratifying to the management,when donations were asked for the supportof the team, that the whole departmentgave freely and a substantial sum is now attheir disposal to meet all current expenses. Manager Brooks has all the players underhis wing, and if the smiles that light up hiscountenance mean anything, the boys aregoing strong. He has been putting his teammates through their paces and no doubtwiti get the best out of every man. He has gotten waivers from the big leagueteams
. Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine . pany, he explained, has avery direct bearing on the welfare of itsemployes, for a prosperous railroadmeans a prosperous and happy railroadfamily. He then pointed out that generalmanager Galloway had called particularattention to the importance of Safety athis staff meeting of the previous week,and that our general officers are reiteratingto their men that Safety First principlesare really the very foundation of goodand efficient railroading. What is Safety First? he asked. Many people want to know this. If youwill just keep asking yourself this ques-ti
. Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine . ys was there with bells on.Says one of em to me, Would you thinkthat my brother could of been sentimentalenough to write them love letters to hiswife what you published in the Magazine? An I says Yes, after lookin at him I carsblieve most anything. Superintendent Hooper asked the blessin^an everbody fell to with a will. There waseverything that heart an appetite couldwisji for. Gtery be, they must of killed the-old rooster an a whole flock o hens, not tomention a coopful of pullets to get all thechicken that they had piled on the plates.An there was pi
. Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine . dthis great chief, of whom they were allafraid, want to know about the squaw whoseboys hair had just been cut? Wake-All-Night pointed his finger at Wish-to-Grow.Manj- Otters commanded her to come tohim. My squaw, he announced. Then,turning to her he asked, where is the boy? Then the Indians became frightened.What would happen when the great chieffound out what they had done? Surely hewould make war on the whole Delawaretribe. Some began to call upon the GreatSpirit. Others sounded the tom-toms. Themedicineman began his incantations. DidI not say the bo
. Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine . ^ The management has asked us to use Baltimore and Ohioinstead of B & 0 and readers of the Magazine have probablynoticed that B & 0 never appears in our pages. Manydepartments are complying with this request and we are surethat this reminder will be sufficient to bring to it universal support «|nnniiiii lialtimoit and dj)hioItoployrsJilaaazine. cctmhpr A ?^Ti?^l*r^^ti tfhT^ifi.i^r^tL 105 n! fl htm -^riff fffr+?r( ^ >.
. Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine . I told my daughter-in-law about them,so she asked me to order these four and thefashion book for her. So, thats the secret of our patterns. Weare so glad that we have something thatcombines style with simplicity. And, asanother of our women said, why pay abigger price for a pattern that does not meetyour needs as well? Those who have used the patterns shownin the Magazine agree with Mrs. Kimball,who told us that the patterns were justgrand. This is a great satisfaction to us,for our Fashion Woman, who lives in NewYork, has prepared these patterns to su
. Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine . And why do they boil engines? asked The maiden, sweet and slender;They do it, said that honest man, To make the engine tender. —Cleveland Plain Dealer. There was never so much room forthe best as there is today.—Thayer. Louise—The bride says that the workof their tiny apartment about kills her.Julia—Yes; shes got a flat tire.—Judge. The Standard Pen for Railroad Men THESTANDARD THE STANDARD IS THE IDEAL PEN FOR RAILROAD WORK.ALWAYS REVDY, INVARIABLY WRITES AT THE FIRSTSTROKE; AND A SMOOTH, RAPID WRITER. is a 14-K importedFountain Pen of SuperiorQuality