F. Johnson, of the. fast mail, the
Burlington rule ordering en
gineers to go slow and take ex
traordinary precautions in a fog.
"If we obeyed that rule, it
would make it impossible for us
to run on schedule time," said
Belknap questioned Johnson
further, and Johnson at last ad-
must make up
' So, for all of its nicely printed ,
rules regarding taking extra pre
cautions in fogs,, the Burlington,
ibrces its engineers- to "make up
time," fog or ;io fog.
And then, when an accident oc
curs, the Burlington holds an in
quiry, and fixes the blame on
"THERE AIN'T ANYBODY LOOKING.
HE C inrim - i- ' ' j :
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