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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1930V EINSTEIN ARRIVES AT SAN DIEGO AS GIRLS GREET HIM Scientists J iv Tribute 13.- ji.j A- a,a A o: - c AV5 10 1 A'. Dr. Hubble ' ii" . I 1 1m !ii Ti- 1 : i w:r A V: . . - . ' - c.i' iv;.. 'a rns-raA ! ' ) p--'- : ' .1 Aa - - ...a V.M-fi for t a . a: s : lo r-v- A aaa: lotirih It. r. V.. M-r; c: "!-. W, A,c:, tlA UU'v-v.-f A w: f T. TAoru.-.s H ' X-ttay l.vf'M Tr. (Aaaa Aaa: a AAA- vo!" : p- -.v.-rf-;! t o: vs. cy.poAAAA' o I-aa 1 The v. or! ! --or t:.e . r':' - 'v.:. MUSIC CRITICS IN CONCERT HiSSE Co:. :;AA'J )"ro::i l i: pla-foi-u, it::-; s- A :io- :i. :j i o - a 1 ? got th1" :r f. - t on " : (-.1 out of : :::-':'A'ii. : : ovc-r tl: ; I- i ' . ( ":iOf ;r:o:f ;--.v.." ! r;";A.: to be OUf.iO;.-J. !(:;:.. l;r.- ly in v ii 'A.-. Ar i j. :a OM.lt.g h; l.row. formers voaa J .:r.. : . di'-r.e? roir- sunn h.lv Tlir.tt al.l-.m Ar.1 t !;.-::, a .a": : A i the T-A'C. ;l 3,.r:t- 'A; in the thlrj ro . "vi.o !o. '.. I jiuH.-d a il. Cho'zir.off ;a. .i I '.n ; IVirA 1::;' 'a '.'. i : A.. TWO O: i :AOO i for a T: A no co:a i ';. . .1 T : , ; i-i In -a '- -A O so "'roi.i ' r .'i " of TSe t::.-o,-ir v, '.a K-jIia.-.t ; " . -" - -a:, ; ! .r , .- - a. . p '-ha;: ci;:.. Ilian v, - -, ;-; u .. PU'I. Hoi.:.. .rrn;:.;.--:oa ,. lik1 to 'a ;:r "'1:j- r : :-vr:: - Seaman ard !-'. I. ! 'NEWSIES' TO GATHER EOS TURKEY BANflUET (Continuc-d J'rom I" i:-t. ra.2'-" mm. have dropp-'-d in to s- ih roys cat, and rct'rf yh r'- r-ir n: '--o-r'ca of the Iuipid'-.s!: titiV-s of 1h-.-i; lives their boyhood day:-. For thoso wlio arc -nt- r i!?-P;-foars about Mv your.sr' r n-Tat-.o-the dinner is a tonic. T''s wori while s-dnsr the :oy.a th-'i sc i' to the triris. tho younr ' b v nuqhr or milif t o' t . rx r-.H ri II Kill r. ( the affair a surcf-s t- or convcylncr fh n- -.vs ess that "T.ittlc Willi--' j er pkee of pie. ; dinner, furh ptiest v.ill . bn of candy and an , take home. f AX I THIS TOWN ,illc, Ala.. Tcp. :u (i r, 3 in the town tivasnry, an 1 i out "tardier, i"1 unicipa I of-ir-r1 find it unnecessary to , 229 inhabitants. ! f Bailor Worth 823,000,000 So Signature Is Good .'. .: 1 lip A mo-lc-i. ! ' iriPir Oiti !;':!!! ('mi. ! states coin v.r. x -;f r-Iay to .i .1-1 ' h.ir--- .1 -: "A.. i.rci'.ibiMon i. : t ".!-.! :n . s.vr " i- w crth . " - a : a nn A. v-:' A.-- 'A AlfAl ..-- a a v. ;j ;i J 1 ! :: "a I i v-:v.v n it.i foi ls JOHNSON URGES IMMIGRATION HALT1 Wasfegion Legislator Sees m Udjcss List Is Cut i'T) T'a Ui My ri s.trl t : MOsp. ft : l t ' "0 A : I A--;,. W.A.- : 0'. . l.M 1.0'. ui Ar : oi:n- I i 10 sus :or ! w o i ;-a I ' tvi-1 A. !: . 4. HANDY MAN LEAVES SUMS TO CHURCHES COY EXTORTIONIST SHOT BY POSSI CE CLEANER DRQP8 into mm pond ( o:-;ii:u-d J :o' i Thr i"-:v' !:p . ou;-I o d-y ' lo- ' ' - sn : - ' In a --(. h-;-.v j i ?i -ivi,- t:o 1- - thin ; jrf b-,3: v diav. ii in!-) it M-s a no. - if - ufi':-! .r L '-a ' : j" .-. "ii o' t'or--' d'ep- 0 (1; i i rj p'i; i . TO GUATEMALA NAMES PRESIDENT TODAY '"'or.iiniKd From First Facrc ) Fi ! i i j r E o Anli:i!' T;r.r:il!a, a m-ndifr of the pr- i-b-ntial stafr. and Jos- OrHalba. wi.o ki'U'd ;kUi "tlie-r. Plcdi;' iS Sup;oit The army r i ' ' d support to Or7 dhMra tid t b" n- w ,rosidnt made no move to Uiamisa or arrest ! BELIEVE IT OR j?0f1lSfJS EXIQUU5 CREATOR oF HE MADS A EXPLANATION OF YESTERDAY'S CARTOON r.oiink' Annie Laurie Really Lived Annie Laurie, heroine of the famous sonpr, was a real :..!. She vas born on December 16th, 1632, and was the eldest of three daughters of Sir A t Laurie nf Maxwellton. William Douglas of Finland (Kircudbright) wrote the popular r. i,ut he did not marry Annie after all. Instead she married James Fergusson of Craig .cii in 17i.'9, and became the mother of Alexander Fergusson, hero of Burns' song "The AVeael is Called An Ermine in the Winter In winter the weasel's fur turns from 'Ul! V.'i row n 1 1 unite, and m tms phase tne animal is caiiea an eimine. iceterence: Cambridge ra! liistorv. or the Encyclopedia Americana. Signature of Jchann Sebastian Bach 1 lie curious autograph in my cartoon of yesterday at "f .ioh-snn Sebastian Bach ,a:i c i.puA is ft musical geniuses. TOMORROW- v of t'v- or;-, is v. :.o s-' i-vcd nn ! i 1 . .- I: ... ', h- en IT. ofT'.Cf- :.. i . 1. : ::;.:-.r,.:r.. '1 (:.i;t ii-:-. RESIGNATION FILED By CANTOR MARWIT :::! 1A-A r.A' ) A . ''.A A TO .i -r. o ui.l v.. I.'oh'.on a.'.:i:a i:p STPESSES SCARCITY OF GOOD SALESMEN Emit Tells Civic Clubs , oa : ' ' '' . I d bi" - .. - . ) ...: ,.,,. v as. h-Id a? " , r 1.. i'h i-.h- r o: f.o- t .. 1a Uii- a la l:-an to - , -a r.-' ; ,;-a-:;'- :i. Mr. J"Ivt-h-r ; ;,. a i h-. s-arM ' and van:- ar-. too many 'C glad-: r- - , . ' -t . , " -.:i-l Mr. l"lct--h'-r. "a:.u o:" ' 2tad':. But cv-A:o;.'--r is lookimr lor "A grad" . a u i.o cjij no oat in ;h-i lace ol t,v- hi.. ui.fa.-uh i-s ai.-l maiie ... :ur ;:a-ir 'jim-Io;- r.-." Ti'- ; . ..- r . pljiia d The l.t llii,' Of a.- ; a s-:.;- .- pu vT ll, ts.- Ihraa . ., . - a .- ,'io.-i wa.o hoi'i on. i!i dt ;i .v i :a if sa lr j - h ' !.' a u,.: a pi uh!. :or ;..a ii' iaa:. - or not. ,;:.' ..o a i'- mc au. : , -a' 'tivl I--; t iol.-j a , i )i' y a a , i j t .:.0 to h'dt- r b a s.j ; a-:. ar.d pi u, i.- n) t; i'i v.ay, i M'anb'-r:-. ol Hit; iuo oiam 1 j i j o :ih ii u iii ij'.u'Hi inui ; taii 1 e J " ii.-i' jtrd to Mi', l-'j- II ;a r. : The iu'-tiUiiti vvas pt'-.-iit-d oi-r by 'jl-.-nry Wasljijtirii, pr-sidenL of the ' Rotary club. Huyn S. JMcK-nna. ! ja-'-.-idcrit of tiie Knvanis cl'u for j tbo pa.st two y-ai-s, served in ' o:T'h capaai' y for tin: la:.;t 1 iid-i noon, as if- will be succeeded at the :i l meeting by the newly el.;t-,-d ! pr'-i-idi-nt, Ijwirht Skinner. At the J end of the s-ssion today a risiri I vote of thanhs was accorded Mr. iM Knna in r-( oniuon of his serv- ices rendered the Kiwanig club. NOT (On request, " eent with stamped, a-1-ciresped envelope. Mr. lap!'' will furnish proof of anything dcpfcTpd bv him). iKeg. U. S. Pat. Off.) X" a . jv 'few ,rj THE CHRlsTlAMERft MATHtMATlCAL MlSIAKE W FiuURlNGTviE BlRTri CF CHRIST CHRIST WAS B0Rp4 IKTHE YEAR O BC- XKis is Keouye&r 1937 -A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT That cam be PiAYEP WtW- OUT BE IW(1, K.t FpaT.rn-nJir(, (16o-loU), who ranks ah 'Bowled Two Strikes With One Ball" 100 Warrants Issued to Punish Property Owners for Icy Walks Assistant Prosecutor and j Chief of Police Issue, Statement That Pass-: a ays Must Be Cleaned, j KoHov, i!-,tr a corf-TC-r.ro le-twcm ' As.-."ai;t Vi o.-rcutor "William V. Grrji-:,?;'!') and i'olu-o Chief William C. "HaiI aftf-rnoon and during -.'.?;;''' tho orinrinf': covt-rinc; V,i(' .:.ai;:i. of ,"-"j('lf.'V,"M.:i".s v. as pm'i'- into .ly d'-ciMon a.s r'-a'h'-d v. hi(.-)i calls for ri.'-j st ri't. prosorution of Air.y prop;.-j!y c.viicd foai-d ioiatiiig lii- or.i::anT. :).:: th'; J;r.-t full of snow ocjur-ii-.r bi v.'cck and ti.o con.srqucnl ail;tx- of ruany of ih-- riy'H vroi-'-r- y 0'ivr,' i, to rkar tiicir walks tao ; x-ro-'.euVji'i: offic-f1 as woll as that of v.!!h ! j'iiOi';--: rails ;:oni p i'?ons v. V.o s- '-i: to c.rf l away from thu I;i tii': f.'-jf; A s.-i.-r.-ir.t Pro'-f-itor ,0 ri.l. :. jiart it a ;.;i'r-'' to 1 i v. up to :.c !a v.- :il iiican pun- und' ir-'O''. I i; 1-f. r t : ' r j v- rrar.'s v.ert: sv. orn out tO'lay :or ' iiiares "o cbj,.u v.alks and a, any n.O: - a:-j (y;-:f. te-i as th"- po ia ; i:o.'.- o: al" y conditions still i.o;;' inu-- ' o ' oia-. i a. Many pi a;1" r'y o-a n rs arc labor in,; ur. h r i: - r;.i.-t:iia n id-a that the inaxia.a:.. : r. r.:y !or violating this isia-.s i "i,ad--r.-:ood ti:at the ordi :...r,.' 1-; - th- p-nal'y that may itrpo:-'-d. ';ir""iy i:p ro the court o:.'u.-!s and a- ac-oiaii all violators u.a' (:;,.:. rj ;. r . .w ruu' h laore s' vere jia:ru--r.'s if brought to cort lor any sa violation. To f-O'T' r' ;-r'.o'h' r false impri-s-sior: wha h :-'". ms to b" abroad Mr. ( h-'-'-nf-'" ja also 'at' d tiirough th-1-r ss that th-" a'n-nc"' of a flag or oa r- t- w do-s not m-an that ti- walk mm-no: cleaned. Bradford Man Shot in Post Road Chase Today a, 1 . :,l (A, i-;v-reit I--- rd O; laadi'.ad, Ma-s., v a hhut m t' i- c;. a i.-alaa-? ! n and two of hi.ru's - j ."i ai-ia - e Lji'-'l altr t a- r a on if ''mi- v. a s ia coHistnn e-.ily toia. ''.:! I v;s i j i ; f! lo the Siai-OMJ hop"a!. S' I'l.'-.ir;. Frank tianda said he j 1 U i a r 1 t a i- ?da-.-.tcjj u: -t i :-; a ut OlnO a !o a..'- i p-a i-n;id Jor tw o nii! -a Fie firiv-r tail-d lo heed his roiamand to s'om. Wh-n the uiartiin-1 sv. vvt d as though to force him into the difdi, .randiny said he tip-d srevc-n liots at the speeding dir. At the Jtk n-H'aui ford line the machine eo'iid-! wi'h aaoth-T ina liine and thp thrt-e m-n jumped out, and f-tartf -1 to run. Wh-n Haird thriai'-ncd to sinkf Standing with a flashlight, the sergeant said he ' vhot him in the lower limb. FOB REST HESi r.TS USE HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS BY RIPLEY IMG TSe "Co-.-Tne-e'1 NftTWES BREAK QFFTriELIMBS and crimkthe Milky ConTentJ Tnc one of the greatest of the Ger- Useless Arrests Must Drop in Coming Year t'hicaL-o. TJ'-c ?.l (P) f'hioag-c r oil1 '"iP-'.-n ar -oirtj to have to roive not .o nrikf1 so many p.w:.il'-ss arr-sts in 19ol as they did in H3c. "Wv arn not." said Actin? r'onnni.sion'-r John Alcock ir formula ting tho rsolmion, "go ir.tr to I'T'.-at ihc perforrnancfc of Iat y-ar of arresting acvral thousand inno'-i'Mit persons. Th-re v.'i ft; :'.2.:i.(iiI ana-fcts in K3u. bU only 2.' , i mi ii convictions. Tht mi ar.s that p'T cent of the prioiv-rs .should not have been a rr-.-st.-d." Roth Quits Tax Job; Too Little Work, He Says MiiHl'Aown, Dec. 31 Because it is against liis principle to ace pt a salary of ?A 0fll' a yc;ir for only half Time uork, .John K. lloth today ter niiuat' d hi.s live and one-half year period a.s tax commission- r. Ko-h t' lAlcrecl his r"signation last s'nnin' r vhen he snid he "'didn't huu tiie nerve to af-ept that money ar-d only "ork half lime" Mayor i-'r. d J. Hi. d-:i Id will administer the na'ii of office to John Tynan, Roth's su.'ff-Fior. The last duti' S of the retiring r oiiimissioner u ere to complete the Krand list vhich showed an Bpprox imts inere.-,e of .,7S..f.(i, hnnginB the civ's total to $34.7.83S. Federal Alcohol Agents Face Frequent Transfers Providence, Dee. SI W Be ginning Jr'riday, ail treasury depart ment agents in P.hode Island, Con neeticut and Massachusetts who have enpaged in ciieckin up on physi'dans, dru-'Kists, hair tonic manufacturers and industrial plants holding federal permits to dispense, sr.jj or use alcohol In any form, will undergo shakeups every two months for tite "good of the s'-rvire," it was horned here today. On Knd'jy the bureau of industrial aW oiiol under wjiicli sueii permits now come will place in operation a ru.a'ion t-stem li-.t' I.y insp-'Ctor.- er.gat;ed in 4 iie' kii:g lip on physn tin.-, drug slur's and nidus! '-'a 1 plants hfdding f. deial pei inils. v. Ill ; 1ran.-t.-l led e. ry t.vo months U new iields. ,M IK.E TAMMANY MARRIES Norwalk. Dec. 3U (Pi Judge Wil inrn I". Tammany, of the tlnn of Tammany & Connery of Norvvalk, and Mi.-s Lucy Collins of Norwalk and New York city, were married last night at St. Patrick's cathedral in New York city by llcv. James Gillis. C. S. Sp. Joseph Tammany and Miss Helen Collins, brother and sister of the groom and bride, re spectively, were the attendants. Fol lowing the ceremony Judge and Mrs. Tammany left for a honeymoon trio to Hot Springs, Va. They will re side in this city upon their return This is Judge Tammany's second marriage. . COUZENS ATTACKS HOOVER'S PLAN TO MERGEJAILROADS (Contiuufd I'roin l-'iist rugc) t.ttives of the Pennsylvania, New York Ceutr.il, Nickel 1'late and Bal timore Ai Ohio railroads. "This in spite of the fact that the senate on May 21, 1S30, adopted a resolution to suspend all railroad consolidation under certain condi tions by a vote of 46 to 27, with 23 not voting. Resolution Goes to House "This resolution went to the house, where it was reported by the committee on interstate and for eign commerce in amended form, and is now on the house calendar. "This in my judgment indicated the congress was not in favor of proceeding with further consolida tion until congress had had an op portunity to make further investiga tion. "A confirmation of this view ts established by the fact that on June 16. 1'jZO, the senate passed a resolu tion authorizing the committee on interstate commerce to make an in vestigation of what had been accom plished by sonsolidation and to make a report to the senate. "The committee on interstate has since then been making a careful inquiry based on the resolution. A tentative report will be ready to be submitted to the committee within a few weeks. Until that report is made and studied there will be do opportunity to discuss it. Cannot Be l'assed I'pou "The merits of the proposed con solidation cannot be passed upon be cause the plan has not been sub mitted to the public or the interstate commerce commission and until that is done of course I will not be in a position to comment upon this particular proposed consolidation. "While I hesitate to criticize the ethics of the president of the Unit ed States, the issuance of this state ment by him in my judgment is most unethical. 7n the concluding para graph of the president's statement he says 'the plan of course must be submitted to t he interstate com merce commission who have the in dependent duty to determine if it meets with every requirement of public interest.' "In view of the president's sup port Of the plan it is questionable whether the 'independent duty' of the commission can be ascertained. : Kveryone knows the power and in- liuenee of the presidential approval, j and everyone knows that these com- missioners owe their position to the I president of the United States and j while it is the duty of the senate to confirm these appointments no . name can et 10 the senate -without j tirst having been select d by the . presid.-nt of the United States j Based on I'licinploynirnt ! "It is unfortunate that this great consolidation proposal is based upon the great suffering now because of unemployment. Jt is unconceivable to me that this great consolidation proposal can be consummated with in the year 3H31 and therefore will not have much if any effect upon the recovery of business or enlarge the opportunity for employment. . . "Whether or not the economies outlined by the president will ma terialize is questionable, but there do appear to be oth. r economies not brought about by consolidation that might be practiced by the railroad. Kor example, during the past ten years there has been no reduction in the prion of rails by the steel companies to the railroads. 1 am informed that they have been pay ing $43 per ton for steel rail dur ing all this period while other steel products have been reduced on an average of 2u per cent. "I am informed that approximate ly $Slj,000.uu0 has been spent by the lailroad for steel rails, and had that been reduced the same percentage as other steel products, the savings of the railroad would have been J1S, oOu.ouu. bees l'osslble Collusion "The fact that all companies seem to have been charging the railroad $43 per ton would make it appear that there must have been some col lusion between the railroads and the steel companies. "There is also a practice engaged in by the railroad of letting much of their work be done without secur ing competitive proposals and this certainly cannot have been done in the public interest." Couzens quoted AV'illard as having said the only way to reduce railroad rat. s is to Eavc in operating costs and that t,0 per cent of such savings would come from labor. Couzens added, however, that Wil lard said the Baltimore & Ohio would attach a memorandum to the in- rg r agreement that none of its labor would be discharged. "Hut he does not give me as surance that any other railroad would do the same thing," Couzens i said. "Mr. Willard explained that ; by reducing labor costs he did not I mean men w ould be discharged but ! that the doors would be closed to turther employment. I Predicts Iaks Employes ! -'That means in the final analysis ! that there would be hundreds of thousands less railroad workers affr consolidation than now," "Congress n serves the right to f.y. the tariff rates on chewing gum but designates to the interstate com n.rree commission that power to set I aside the anti-trust laws with re I card to the railroad," Couzens went ! on. i "The:-., interstate commerce com Face Facts? This message Is only for thought ful iK-oplt? those who realize risk of bring unprc'Iarel for ciurrgencics such as dread acute Indigestion that over night illicit bring sudden nn ImpplnrK. . Tliey dare not take the risk. Do you? Six Bri ans, Hot water, Sure Relief! Get a 25e or 75c pkg. at jour (IrogKlst TODAY Bell-ans FOR INDIGESTION Musical Prodigies' Best Wishes missioners hear testimony, then go to their chambers, discuss it behind closed doors and reach a conclusion. There is no public debate as in congress. "It is astounding to me that 11 men get behind closed doors and vote conclusions on such important matters in private." ENDING 63 YEARS INBA1SERVICE Andrew J. Sloper Completes Long Term With First National Andrew J. Sloper, chairman of the board of directors of the New Brit ain National bank, is completing 63 years of service with the institution today. Besides his bank affiliations, he is president and treasurer of the New- Britain Gas Light Co. and has served as director of many of the leading factories of the city. Mr. Sloper entered the employ of the bank on January 1, 1S67, as a ANDREW J. SLOrUl messenger boy. He was soon promot ed to the position of discount clerk and 1h, n to teller. In 1S45 he was appointed an assistant cashier, a po sition which he held for many years before becoming cashier. He was made president, of the bank 35 years ago and has been chairman of the board of directors sine,. lfiJT. The bank-'r is a descendant of Captain Dani.l Sloper who was in General Ch orge -Washington's army. He is a native of Southington but came to New Britain in his early youth. H" graduated from the New Britain High school at the age of 14 and then studied for one year at the State Normal school. Politically he has served on the common council, the board of alder men, park, police and cemetery boards and state senator. COURT WILL APPOINT APPRAISERS OF BANK Condition of Commercial Trust Co. Will Not Be Known Vntil Inventory. Following the appointment of two appraisers by superior court on Jan uary 23, work will be started on an appraisal of the financial condition of the Commercial Trust Co., Fred erick A. Searle, receiver, said today, and until the report is filed with the court it will be. impossible to state the exact condition of the bank. The appraisers will examine the securi ties and other forms of investment of the bank's funds as the basis for their report. Mr. Searle had not learned today whether interest on savings accounts will be credited as of December 13. the day the bank was suspended on orders of Bank Commissioner Les ter K. Khippee, or Dee. 23, the day the temporary receiver was appoint ed, but it is reliably reported that savings accounts will be credited with interest at least as of Dec. 23. FILES TBF V1V PAPERS London, Dee. S1 The Irish Free State commissioner in London today filed his government's ratifi cation of the London naval treaty, bringing that instrument into full force so far as the British empire is concerned. Notification of the Irish ratification is being sent to all the treaty signatories. The Free State Dial had not yet ratified the document when Great Britain, the United States and Ja pan signed the accord, last October. The British ratification included that of the dominions. Savings Bank of New Britain Established 1862 Resources $25,507,612.06 Deposits made on or before Mon day, January 5th, will draw interest from January 1st. 5 INTEREST being: paid Open Monday Evenings 7 to 8:30 HAPPY NEW YEAR Teacher Sends to Ricci Brothers Miss Lacky, Deprived of Boy Violinist By Court Order, Urges Lads to Keep Up Studies and De velop "God-Given" Tal ent. New York, Dec. 31 UP) The love and good wishes of the guardian they forsook for their parents will follow the Ricci brothers on the road to lame. Bowing to a court order, Miss Mary Elizabetn Lackey, their coun sellor for four years, returned a. violin to the prodigies yesterday, Tucking inside the case a note which told of her devotion and urg ed them to continue their studies. "I have no resentment, ,nothin but kindly feelings toward my two little boys," she wrote, "and I need! not tell you that I shall watch your future w 1th loving interest, for you, better than anyone, know how muchJ I have tried to help you. "Life has many unhappy mo ments. This is a dreadful one fori me, for I have loved you both Keep on with your work. PleaseJ never let it down. You must work hard to develop a God-given talent." Miss Lackey, a music teacher. took the boys into In r home at Berkeley, Calif., when Kuggiero was six and Giorgio was fi and was ap pointed their guardian in 1 9 2 S. With the help of outside funds, she placed them under expert guid ance and brought them to a point w-here Ruggiero especially was hail ed as an artist of the first rank. Legal efforts of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pietro Ricci, to reclaim the custody of the boys, resulted recently in a supreme court deci sion directing their return. FUGITIVE FROM CHESHIRE ARRESTED IN THIS CITY Walter Wisk, Who LsraiMMl from Reformatory on July 19, Caught by Sergeant Kk-ly. Waller "Keystone" Wisk, who escaped from the Cheshire reforma tory on July 13 of last year and twho has been sought after since, j was taken into custody last night by ! Sergeant Edward Kiely and locked j up. Officials of the Cheshire school ; were c-M". teed to come here today to ; return him to that institution. Wisk told the police that he had j spent most of his time since escap- ing in and around Boston. The po jlico are inclined to believe this story as a few weeks ago they received word that the youth had been ar rested in the "Hub" after he was suspected of breaking and entering. Ho was released on this charge on December 15 and the police had been on the lookout in the hope that he would return to his old haunts. Ernest Schmelter, who gave the police an address at 20 7 14th street. New York, when he was arrested last night on a charge of drunken ness. will also be returned to the Cheshire reformatory with Wisk. When the police learned that lit was wanted by officials of the insti tution for violation of the terms of his parole the charge of drunken ness against him was nolled and th? court ordered him returned. ADVENT CHURCH SERVICE A watch night program for to night has been arranged by the Young People's society and the pas tor, Kev. Clarence Baker, of the Second Advent church. An engag. ing program has been arranged by1 the members of the society and the feature of the evening will be the appearance of the noted Negro tenor. Curtis W. Salisbury of New Haven, who will intersperse the program with spirituals and gospel songs which arc his specialty. The entertainment program is in charge of Alfred Friedman of the Young People's society. The watch night program will be gin at 8 o'clock. From 8 to 9 o'clock there will be the regular mid-week service. From 9 to 10 o'clock, musical program; 10 to 11 o'clock, surprise hour; 11 to 11:30 o'clock, refreshments: 11:30 to 12:"5 o'clock, watch night seniee -i - ii r to 12:15 o'clock, a candle light program. ttnirnA hotel burns Hamilton, Bermuda, Dee. 31. UP) The Hotel Inglewood, where many distinguished visitors to Bermuda have staved, was burned to the ground this morning by fire of un determined origin.