Chester Times, January 10, 1933

Chester Times

January 10, 1933

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 10, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania DAILY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 57TH 17486 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Prres UP International News Service INS CHESTER PA TUESDAY JANUARY 10 1933 TWO ADDITIONAL JUDGES NEEDED IN THISCOUNTY Resolution Sent to State Legislature by the Bar Association PresentJurists Are Now Compelled to Work Many Overtime Hours The Legislature will be asked to provide for two additional judges for this county according to a resolution passed by the Delaware County Bar Association at its meeting in the courthouse at Media late yesterday afternoon At the December President Taylor was authorized to appoint a committee to investigate the need for additional judges and the report of the chairman Howard M Luu was made yesterday The report told of the mass of work which comes before Judges W Roger Pronefield John M Broomall and Albert Dutton Mac Dadc far more work the report de clared than in any other third class j county of the Among the rea sons given for the amount of court business are the industrial nature of the county and its nearness to Phila delphia TURNER PUTS UP ASSEMBLY PAY CUT TO MEMBERS Delaware County Repre sentative Proposes Sal ary Drop to PRICE TWO CENTS I Speaker Talbot Announces Committee Assignments at Session The Chester Teachers Association will hold an open meeting in the Chester High school auditorium Wednesday January 18 at 4 oclock Dr LeRoy King chairman of the finance committee of the Pennsyl vania State Education Association will deliver nn address on the topic the Public Schools The association has invited nil civic bodies of Chester to cooper ate by sending a representative group to attend the discussion Dr King delivered this speech In Harrisburji during the recent meet ing of thc State Education Associa tion nnd has since been invited to XrtrTrrTT repeat it in many pans of Pennsyl HARRISBURG Pa Jan UP jvanin He will discuss the proposed Pennsylvania House of Reprej StfllB income tax severance taxes sentatives today sidetracked the first i tnxcs lnhwitance taxes PINCHOT BUDGET MESSAGE READ TO LEGISLATURE Economy Axe Ordered Swung in Every Branch of Government Joint Session Gathers to Listen to Governors Bi ennial Talk According to this picture Joan Biondell the movie actress and her to be sure of its legality and holidays the report sets forth f The method of selecting the two new judges whether they should be by the governor or elected by the people was left to the discre ron of our representatives brought out in the report 4ernr of court both crimi bringstwo visiting There are sufficient fJfiCerstp man five courtrooms JSEEK VOLUNTARY DEFENSE LAND REDUCTION PLEA ACQUITS isvas adopted wjth The Which was largely ct preslnerr SSSSSij Treasury Dept Starts Ne gotiations Concerning Postoffice Site Ridley Township Negro Shot Armed Neighbor During Quarrel step toward reducing their own sal I aries i Rep Ellwood J Turner Republican organization whip had his salary reducing resolution referred to the judiciary general committee for study The resolution would have provided immediate action on a bill to reduce j legislators salaries from S3000 to for the current session only Speaker Talbot urged on newly ap pointed committee chairmen prompt action on all bills submitted to them His remarks were allied with Repub lican organization plans for a speedy session and midApril adjournment In the Senate C J Buckman Bucks annonuced the appointment of a sub committee of the Corporations Com mittee to study the business corpora tion code ajid the nonprofit corpora tion code Both branches of the General As sembly will remain here this week for a Wednesday session it was an nounced Senator Harris Allegheny intro duced a bill to appropriate for mothers assistance during the next bicnnium The Governor began his budget message to the joint session of the House and Senate at a his presentation by LieutGovernor and special taxes The U S Treasury Department Is i James MANUFACTURERS HOLD ELECTION Charles A Turner ceeds Everett L Kent as President HARRISBURG Pa Jan 10 axe of economy wns ordered swung in every branch of the state government by Governor GifTord Pin chot today when he set the Pennsyl vania budget nt for the next biennitmi Pinchot in a personal message to a joint session of the House and Sen ate recommended pruning the current costs by and warned that instead of spending to create etn Ployment the state must save to pro vent deficiency Much of the Governors regular Edward Shannon He stood dircctlv under the rcd cloaked figure of William Perm in nf i the mural painting He spoke evenly t ri1 r voice only slightly U points stopped and asked SJrWard Hodge tne early acquisition of the site so and C William Kraft Jr directors i that construction of the Federal build John DeHaveiV White introduced a j may be started as early as possible wa i f i resolution seconded by Mr Hinkson was learned toda opposing any actionof the Legislaj is necessary ture should Prohibition be aban doned to place the issuance of liquor the hands of the judges of the various counties of the state A reduction of afternoon of October 16 last the younger man dying in the Taylor Hospital Ridley Park from bullet in the stomach The duel communi as was the practice under the former Brooks High License Act The idea was to keep the question of licenses out of the courts placing it in the hands or some other body After considerable discussion the resolution was voted down McCLURE TURNER HEAD COMMITTEES which took place near the Ridley river just over the boundary from to the Delaware County Chamj the city of Chester followed an argu Commerce from Ferry K Heath j ment between the two men GuJledge who was defended by At assistant secretary of the treasury that the awards returned by the Com torneys John V Digging and Mathues charts had been clis responses indicated so Pinchot elimi nated reference to them carried in the prepared copy of the message The governor spoke for 42 minutes Immediately after he left the cham ber the joint session dissolved and Continued on Papc Ten At the annual meeting of the Man ufacturers Association of Delaware County held at the Chester Club last evening officers and directors were elected for 1933 as follows President Charles A Turner Ches ter Lace Mills first vicepresident C L Gilliland Aberfoyle Manufac turing Company second vicepresi dent Robert Haig Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Company Treasurer William A Faison Atlantic Steel Castings Company Directors Robert F Cox Chester Enameling Company William T Ga ley Aberfoyle Manufacturing Com pany A R Granger Philadelphia Electric Company Walter Palmer American Dyewood Company J A Hayes The Viscose Company Charles R Long Chester Times WD Mason Sun Oil Company H H Ward H H Ward Company H S Darlington A H VVirz Inc Moses Ewing Ewing Thomas Corporation Herbert Fleet Yorkshire Worsted Mills inc Ever ett L Kent Kent Manufacturing Company Ralph E Rhoads Scott Paper Company W S Sprague Pa per Products Manufacturing Com pany Arthur B Griffith Penn Tapes try Company Everett L Kent who was elected president of the association in 1928 Continued nn Paprc Ten deemed excessive The language of the letter makes it clear that the only obstacle in the path of the much needed building for this city is the inability of the prop erty owners to agree to a voluntary reduction in the awards but many keen observers feel confident that j those owning the properties can and j will be able to come to terms with i government agents in the near future i The letter addressed to the Chamber of Comrnercs from Assistant Secre tary Heath reads I Receipt is acknowledged of your Continued on Papc Ten Significant changes in the chair manships and personnel marked the list of Senate committees today Senator Harry B Scott Centre was renamed head of the important Appropriations Committee but Sen ator William D Mansfield friendly j RECONDITIONTNO to Governor Giftord Pinchot lost the vj chairmanship of the Education Com mittee which during the present session will handle amendments to the school The Pord Motor Company plant of muiee snip held two years agobySenator i haulednnd will be scrnp4 and Frank Baldwin who was elected au painted while in port ditor general went to Senator John J j it has been rumored that several McClure of this county Executive ships will be scrapped in thc spring nominations also held by Baldwin months or Wore although no n m self defense as the other man had advanced on him with a revolver in his hand The commonwealth represented by Assistant District Attorney C William Kraft Jr did not press for a mur der conviction asking simply that the defendant be found guilty of man slaughter Two Bootleggers Sentenced State Police from the Media bar racks won two convictions in liquor cases before Judge Albert Dutton MacDade Edwin Chestnut arrested October G in a boathouse on Darby creek Norwood was sentenced to pay a fine of S100 and to serve from 30 days to three years in the county jail John Sigda arrested October 26 at a house in the 700 block Mcllvaine street this city received a similar fine and jail sentence but the jail sentence will be suspended upon pay Thomas W Dooner tcsti Continued on Page Ten was given to Parkinson received from the Parkinson however was replaced Dearborn Mich as law and order chaJrman by Seni ator Joseph C Trainer Philadelphia Representative Ellwood J Turner of this county was named chairman of the House Public Utilities Commit tee FOUND DEAD OF GAS Brooks Gehoe 47 Philadelphia an ITVIPORTANT SESSION The original Roosevelt for Presi dent Club will hold a meeting in the Knights of the Golden Eagle Hall 714 Welsh street this evening start ing at 8 p m The new constitution and bylaws will be adopted Promi nent speakers will address the mem bers The idea of turning the club into a Progressive Civic League will be discussed at the meeting NAMED BY GOVERNOR RAINREDlCTED FOR Mrs A Margaret Land is of Swarthmore has been appointed a member of the Board of Trustees of the Mothers Assistance Fund of Delaware County by Governor Gif ford Pinchot Her term expires June 1 1935 LAVAL BRINGS UP DEBT ISSUE ExPremier of France Says Revision Was Not Broached With Hoover main offices in Fair with rising temperature is the prediction in eastern Pennsyl vania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland It wiU rain tomorrow and become colder in the afternoon and at night The highest temperature here yes terday was 41 degrees at 1 p m and the lowest was 36 at i a m The average of 3H was five degrees above normal for the date but the same as the average January 9 nsf year Maximum temperature for the date is 69 established in 1930 ancl mini mum 3 in 1875 Sunrise today was 723 a m and sunset will be at 455 p m eastern standard time Grief over Hie death of his wife last year was ascribed as the reason WM ductions in appropriations for nearly I note to hls three children declaring all departments except the Public tlinl work on earth was com Service Commission i plctcd Fiftyeight per cent of the budget or poos for subsidies to schools stateaided hospitals instil u tions mothers pensions animal in demnities nnd cure of indigent in sane lie said mil of this vast sum Is in rohef of local taxpayers If the state did not collect these funds from cor poration inerchjintllc inheritance and other taxes and use them for this purpose this burden would fall upon the local property taxpayer Pinchot adroitly suggested that nnd the judiciary he legislature share in the general economy pro gram by accepting lower ations themselves The largest reduction recommended was for State ten oners colleges A specific appropriation of but PASSES AWAY SCHOOL Continued on Pnfrc Ton STOEVER IN BANKRUPTCY J M Stoever Co Inc druggists who for many years has occupied a store on the ground floor of Broad Street Station Philadelphia has filed a voluntary petition in bank ruptcy in the United States District Court in that city This action was taken by Charles Berry Howlnml and I Hazlcton Mir kil attorneys for the firm at noon Saturday and the store which has occupied its space in the station since 1897 closed its doors Inability to meet their debts is I he reason given for the Jailmi in a iopy of thc resolution of the Board of Di rectors of the company attached to thc petition ns filed in court Hear ings will be conducted before Henry W Braude ns referee In A schedule of assets and liabilities will be filed and thc Federal Court will appoint n receiver Dr Henry von H Stoever a son of the late J M Stoever founder Is president of the corporation Mary J Bergen is secretary and Alfred G Burk treasurer and general man ager The lafce J M Stoever for many years conducted a drug store at Twelfth street and Edgmont avenue and following his death the business was conducted for a time by Dr H von H Stocver previous to the J M Stoever Company establishing the vide Furnishings New School iA rO for In Er0flcl station The PUSH REPEAL BILL ASKS TWOCENT POSTAGE gas poisoning in a garage at his home Police said he died a suicide PARIS Jan 1932 by United Premier Bids submitted by fourteen school furniture dealers nnd producer for TRY AT HOLDUP Pierre Laval intimated strongiv todav r n h P UCr that Secretary of Stale Stimsbn and rfrS Pmnti Secretarv of TrftSKurv Plnlfil JclTeris school introduced a bill to reduce the first class postage rate from three to two cents However Issues j Speeds Up Truck Warning That Amend ments Must Be Made HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press WASHINGTON Jan INS secretary of Treasury Mills were correct in stating tho question of I debt revision or annulment did not j arise during his conversations with President Hoover in the United jSta tes the start of debt dif and the Two Men Halt Him Attempt to be opened on which February first were read last evening at a meet ing of the school directors held in the Larkln building Broad and Crosby streets Each of thc list of bids contained nearly twentyfive items nnd the reading by the by E Despite an ultimatum cratic House leaders isuoi injci laid plans today to press their fight Two young men believed to be AT JEFFERSON PARK from Demo members of a gang that has been 1 systematically robbing milk and bak their weekly collec attempted to stop Hoover The former premier f T tULtKillUteu LU SLUP lor earl j approval of the repeal resoj James ONeill of Tyson Heights as lution reported favorably by the Sen he was starting out on his milk route ate Judiciary Committee yesterday Buck Hero Miss Caroline delivered by ONeill had just left his home on Lansquenet Dr Syntax Balance John N Garner and Rep tne Dutton Mill road and was driv A1J Santa Sophia Pacheco Paula of Hhnois Democratic floor mS east the Concord road when L Winnie C Ricciardo p tne Senate notice that he noticed an automobile parked at Twinkle Pulis Worthvs i House would not consider the resothe roadside near Baldwins Run 4 M I 1 1 T 1 1 1 VI 1 J 1 believed France should not pay the defaulted December debt instalment to the United States or any other debt annuities until sumes her Prance HP it us ory i Absolution Mv Hero Marie Jutln unless it were amended in acI Two young men were standing be omebred Artistry Baldv cor5ance W1th Democratic platform i Slde the vehicle and as he drov Pride B Homebred BaTdv C9rance W1jh Democratic platform iSlde the vehicle and as he drove Tinker pledges nearer both jumped out in front of Ballot Pattie Kate Ouar The Provison giving Congress his throwing up their hands ter Deck Daddy Nelson Chic legislate against return of yelling for him to stop lero Vagabond Cariino Aiolet saloon was the chief point of con Instead of complying with their de Star Bav Rose Black Darlimr troversy betwen the Senate Judiciary I mands ONeill increased the speed ul Snooiv Saranc Enfia i the Democratic House hlf truck and lhe men leaped Bright Penny Notify Adia B i i to safety debate however war debts pieces of equip ment ranging from less than two dollars to amounts slightly over twenty dollars Representatives of each of the bidding firms were present at the meeting wi bids were referred to the committee for their of local business was taken over by he late Dr J M Chamberlain cemetery Former City Controller Failed to Recover From Injuries Sustained in Fall William O McCJurg 71 former city controller and a lifetime worker foi thc Republican organization died at his home 517 West Seventh s Inst night after nn illness of months duration Mr McClurg fell on the night of December 12 as he descended the stairs from the second floor of his residence nnd sustained a fracture of the shoulder and thc wrist He was a pntient in the Chester Hospital for a period of twelve days Mr McClurg served TVS city con troller two terms 1024 to 1932 in clusive In his second term of office hesuffered from a leg ailment that necessitated amputation of the limb near the hip He was born in Schuylkill Haven Pa the son of Andrew and Rosermna McClurg nnd had been a resident of this city since 1861 During his boy hood days he served papers for Wil liam Todd In the year of the famous CharlieRoss kidnapping case Mr IvIeCUug wus n clerk In the auditors offices of the Pennsylvania Railroad for 43 years retiring the December previous to his assuming office as controller He had served as president of the Linwood Building ancl Loan Associa tion for the past 24 years and previ ous to that was a director in the company He also served on the Chester School Board and the Dela ware County Commission A charter member of the Modern Woodmans Association of America h became the first secretary of the local chapter He was a member of the First Baptist Church Seventh and Pulton streets Those surviving Mr McClurg are Ms widow AHce B and one son J Newlin Services will be held on Friday afternoon at his late residence In will be in Chescr Rural McCLURE ASSAILS PINCHOT ON HIS STATjHWIES County Member Makes Strong Address on Floor of the Senate Points to Governors Mes sage Given at Opening of Legislature HARRISBURG Jan Firing what Is believed to be the first gun of a new campaign of the Republican State Organization to minimize the influence of Governor Pinchot stateSenator John J McClure last night delivered a bit ter attack upon the executives mes sage of last Tuesday Delaware County Republican chteftam scofTed at the demands and claims made by the governor before the Senate and House in joint ses sion declaring he is of the opinion that sound policy and necessity should have dictated to the governor that his h tne on on unemployment relief and public utilities that the Leis lature might know his thoughts con cerning the pressing problems which confront the state This asserted the Delaware county leader to the end thaS peditious relief be provided promptly for the overburdened taxpayer and business man through appropriate legslation thus expediting the work OE the Legislature and decreasing the expense of its sessions to the people of Pennsylvania rather than that hose subjects be withheld legisla Therefore I would further am plify the message in respect to the budget by including appropriate letr reliel ancl i cive economy which program how jevcr the legislature recognized heeded and followed long before it was voiced by him by reducing the appro priation to fiscal offices departments iul the current bien special u 00227316 and by proposing by reso lution that the payrolls of the Sen ate be reduced by 245 per cent and the payroll of the House more than 5 per cent at this session Legislation has aiso been introduced reducing the salaries of the members of the General Assembly 33 per cent The governor vehemently opposed the reduction of the to Continued on Page Ten Supreme Court Refuses to Reconsider Equity Bill U S Kills The Pennsylvania Supreme Court in a per curiam opinion handed down today at Harrisburg refused to re consider Jts decision upholding the 1933 nnd Miss Clara A Munroe was npht ol the commonwealth to eol elected honorary chairman Other CENTEROFFICERS Elected at Meeting Held Yesterday Interesting Reports Submitted At the annual meeting of the Child Health Center held yesterday afternoon Mrs William Ward Jr was reelected chairman for the year BENCH WARRANT ISSUED FOteLOWE A bench warrant was issued yester day for Eddie Lowe said to be the proprietor of an alleged speakeasy Seventeenth street and Bullens lane Ridley township when to appear for trial on liquor charges be fore Judge John M Broomal Meryyn R Turk attorney for the defendant reported toAssistant Dis trict Attorney William R Toal that he did not know his clients where about Last Monday when Lowe was originally scheduled to appear for trial Turk appeared with a doc tors certificate certifying that he Judge Broomall immediately or Lowes bail bond fur nished by William Martin of Wood is and a bench warrant According to District Attorney Mac Carter the place has been raided several times and he said he has Assistant DistrictAttorney VUvham B McClcnachan Jr to in stitute padlock proceedings against by a COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY MEETING The annual meeting of the Dela ware County Medical Society will bs held at the Chester Club 511 Welsh street Thursday at p m Dinner will be served at 5 p m Thc mem bers will be addressed by William Provost Jr and a travelogue motion picture will be shown vv Lrn it i v 4 i vr i j L y II i lect inheriunce taxes on thc j officers chosen included1 Miss Eliza nominated for the ensuing OOCOOO estate of the late Dr John T 1 i head of the Campbell Soup William Ward 3rd recording RCcrc Price vicepresident Mrs i Wl11 bc elcctcd at this meeting building and Laval pointed to two documents w announced at a special meeting which The first the Hoover mora torium under whichprance through th iS reruhd Laval insisted on and obtained Gerj Strawbridge Clothier Company of Continued on Page Ten Continued on Papc Ten tary Mrs George J DigKins corre Robcrt S Praxcr i secretary Mrs Clara A Company Chief Justice wrote the opinion of the court while i Hcndricks treasurer Board of dV a dissenting opinion was filed by Jus rectors Mrs P C Nyec Mrs David ticc William I SchafTer Judge Oliver Mrs Thomas Galloway Mrs James B Drew joined in the dis Hirry M Annitage Mrs Clifford H senling decision but Died no opinion Copies Mrs F Blair Luckie Mrs Pennsylvania laid claim to a tax of The nominees are Dr H C hoo president Dr Isaac I Parsons first vice president Dr Ezra A Whit ney second vice president Dr Albin R Rozploch secretarytreasurer Dr Francis G Miller reporter Campbell Mrs Charles R more than on the estate i Lone Miss Elizabeth Blair Mrs H rrp lopHcsof 1 ii of Dr Dorrancc while New he was a legal residenr Barc5ay PowflJ ordon McGonchy and Mrs E Mad Passion Couruin Tabosco T jPJ This provision was viewed with ONeill drove to the home of Dep mj5givings by a number Qf Serale uty Sheriff C J Boulden at Felton wets including both Democrats and vijle aroused the officer and told him Silent Vote Xormahal i RePublicans j of the attempt to stop him In com w nanxr W1th Boulden he drove back to they sighted Must Hurry Barashkova Looncy Justina Cousin Judv First Baldwin Engine Built 100 Years Ago l here sought to collect a important announcement con inheritance tax The Slate Supreme ccrninP the program of the Negro Court reviewing thc case after the j niade Usun United States Supreme Court dis missed the appeal of the Dorrance sually held every at the Center at 2614 West street after this So far no committee has lLoncd lhe bf one u 1L Matthias W Baldwin Philadelr one of the men who made the mo lutiv i j T i pioneer in raiiroacllng built his mentous decision Kamuri Pollys Folly Muir Station Roy mittee which framed the repeal proi Pfrkcd vehjcle As they neared j flnst locomotiveOld Vaughan Merrick of th two rtoy irjnsnj riprlsrcri rnofo parked car there was nn cion rf i thp E founder f rh p Lr T t 1824 rf5n m The rePeal crofter Memphis Trice Portam Dr Billy Chiefs Troubadour Rave Rockv Way Cupidity Watch Girl Blue i way Darter 1 Senator Blaine of Judiciary Subcom ned the repeal Vfnj a Senate showdown on i e Parked car there was no sign of the Philadelphia Germantown be sought as soon as OccuPants who had abandoned i Norristown Railroad 100 years nio executors on the contention that all j Lnc cession wil1 be changed to the first Thursday of every month The Negro clinic at 1014 West Second street will be held on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month in stead of every Wednesday as had Continued on c Ten WEST END HOME SCENE OF ROBBERY Loss of faith in banking institu tions cost Mrrs Catherine Bugjewska reform bill is out of the Car Weather clear track fast AT AGUA CALTENTE Thoughtful Glad Mart r Xe Oneal Pantajres Tr LOCAL REPRESFXTATTVF When Boulden and ONeill drove back to Pcltonville to the Hc tnc the C0pany S3600 for his j The report of the its completion Committee made possible a conlinj nn denomination bcintf stolen ters of the Pelton Hose and Chprnirai refused to pay It i uance of Baldwins efforts in the field j from a trunk in a secondstory bcd f Company and telephoned the owner WOUH haveto puL up 20 timcs that pcomoUve building then a new room during the temporary absence Clarence L Conner who was ap of the car the night driver on duty i SUm for a today Vauclam declared It made ofjnnmbers of the family pointed District Trustee of the Samuel Miller told of two young men of Arbitration was ap Connie Mack not ready to retire Neither are several they cant help it i men iiv em ploye Probably because few persons know he even works for the city Presidentelect Roasevelt is de termined to save SI out of every four noxv spent by the government Hell be more than earning his pay iJ saves out of every four wasted If this Buy American campaign Continued on Papre Ten spreads it will be tough on some of those imported gentlemen who orate for a mere been the previous plan The report of the December activli IBANK ARE RENOMINATED 1 Kiwanis CJub year in the complei seeking admittance during their presidency Miller described them j pointed and January 10 1933 it as I down its decision awarding Vauclain the creation of the Baldwin Bank Winter Neighbor Billv tl1 fr jwhich came to an end last Wednesi O Neill had done namely that theytnc amount to Baldwin a long Queen Bessie Broadwav reDresented the local club yester wcre both of medium height and j steP in Beeping alive the new in A j w tf i nro rt i A TUP 1 fyVlT o TI n dUStTV In honor of the 100th anniversary of the occasion Samuel Vauclain chairman of the Board of Directors product Thc entire membership of the board of directors of the The Weatfaer The burglar or burg ars overlooked Rectors of the Chester son in rhnir VJI Cambridge Bank and Trust Comnanv m their haste to make their transportation i ffctaway this amount also in cash throughout the civilized world and to being later found by Patrolman Jos Call Kings X Infinitive Gold day ac a Kiwanis District meeting i weight one wearing a light overcoat Creves j ned in the PennHarris Hotel Har and light slouch hat the other wcar Bobby Glad Effort Marv i risburS Several other past presidents a mede Salty Triassic tne cub also attended the meeting ers sweater and brovm trous When r u admittance to the of the Baldwin Locomotive Works fire house Miller said the two had j yesterday presented to the Franklin Institute a photographic copy of the direction of Rosic Cora VM a T Dealer P a s s a 1 o n Charming tures Hommc u Wa5r report of the Arbitration Committee Des TardJnes Queen WASHINGTON Jan Inca Play Bird The treasury net balance for Jan SurR Joseph vallati of 719 Fulton j scaled model of Old Ironsides 3u i street and had been stolen from in that industrial Weather clear track fast In making his presentation to of his home late Saturday evei Howard McClenahan director of the Vauclam pointed out that bring fame to Philadelphia at the four corners oi the earth Old Ironsides was the first Bald win locomotive for railway service jt was one of the milestones of American industrial progress like the first Pullman car the first tele phone the first Singer sewing ma chine and the first automobile Tro other historic exhibits were also a watercolor portrait of Baldwin and another of the bronze statue of him recently erected in front of the new office building at Eddystone Denmark who was sent to the house to investigate the robbery Police are inclined to believe that the person or persons who stole the cash were acquainted with the cir cumstances of the family and knew just where the small fortune was se creted as no other room in the house was entered nor was anything else touched A large part of the hidden cash and several Polish bonds which were left by the intruders is owned by f son of Mrs Bugjewska who is now abroad returned o omc voar ar J rtL any another of the shareholders held yesterday in the meeting room of the bank building Fifth and Market streets Those renominated are Robert Wetherill Richard WetherilJ El wood Tyson Irwin D Wood James H Garthwaite Wm Provost Tr Kings Icy Montgomery John J McClure J D Shattuck Wm G Price Jr Doug las R Paith R Chester rSpencer J H Ward Hinkspn Wm S Blakclev Jr Charles B Houston 2d Joseph Deering Charles R Long Charles Hart C L Gilliland GM Stull John L Black Charles E Hendrix fion J William Wood Eastern Pennsylvania Fair and somewhat warmer tonigrht Wednes day cloudy and warmer with Kfrht rain Wednesday nijrht and probably in west and extreme north portion Wednesday afternoon Western Pennsylvania Cloudy and warmer probably light rain near Lake Erie tonight Wednesday light rain changing to snow flurries arsd colder much colder Wednesday nigrht TODAYS TEMPERATURE 6 a m 7 a m 28 11 a m3j 30 Noon of 8 a 30 1 p m io 9 a m32 2 p m 12 10 a m3i ;