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THE SUN AND NfeW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1920. 2 -Hf HIGH EXPLOSIVE i i that she w a, friend of Mr, lirallov ky, who I In Huron, ' JlrallovslO'' Hlarary product, dwlarad that llrallovaky w In d' room of the Journal, 8?"iVm " f Monlmttan, on Tliurdy JaB,1 the explosion, Tha two editor i wy limi they heard Ihe explosion and ao llt llrallovaky, and lira latter remarked! "What' OintT Thunder: Pom It look lllie rlnr ,, Flynn nnd hi aaelatant war tre mendously buey IntenflewliiR mrfny par none and reading rpor yaaUrrtoy, Noma mystery attached Itael 'to he .mm. enoe of Ihreo man whowera Man In o tha Department of Juatlca office lata In tho day, Wherra tha, ordinary peraor. wn Interviewed by un r deputy nselstont to tha chief, Pfftlfllr everybody Kot together whan tho mys terious trio appeared ond Flynn hlmlf did tha interrogating, sS5S7S3 CIHCl Ml III" I"HIV "-, " I (llio explosive bureau) i J'oyla wa lo- ,cnted at homa hy two of Ilia men ond hi , ffi&7uMw&WM& Headquarter It wna aald tlmt whether the Wall atreot murder are to he aolved At once dapende largely upon tho report Piot Doyle make, to-day. It la pre ntircAtblo that Doyle' departure linn to do with tha ollrgod illiov,ery of mlaslng explosive. Fischer to Trallfy. Ed Fischer, the prollflo writer of warnings to persons In the financial H-. uioi, in Miwin '"".' """'' S'Vlirt testify hafore the Hfptcmhar Ornnd Jury. Chief Plynn, who Mtorated yaatorday that It In his bollof Kltirhor la mentally Irreaponalble, and that Ills warnlna yvro blued on nolhliiR but ntartllns coincidence, will be nroaent when tho man ia exnminro. isven mo ponce aumn tlmt tlioro la barely ono chance In a thousand that riaolur did havo any prior linowlodRO of tha dynmltliijr plot. Hut they xay that In bin rainblliiK amonir radlcnU ho may have heard anmethlns that luaplred tit wornlnu. If, however, hO clinic to his atory that lits Information waa one of the reward of hlx psychic powers, and oonvlncen tho alienists that ha ha mental short comings, tha unhappy man will bo re lentted to his phyiiclana ,it onivi, Flacher' hrolher'lnlaw, nobert A. Tope, was ono ot Klynn'a cnllera yester day. Bo wan Joncph T. O'Neill, ono of the men who will tell tho Heptember (Hand Jury to-day that a Du Pont , .Veniours motor truck was In Ann atreet I a noartcr of nn hour bofore tho crash i , ."."in , , M least 100,000 person visited Wall Rlreot yesterday,, ami most of them had camera with which they took picture of th,. Phrnpncllad wall of the hsnklna; nouso or J. r, Mornan & Co. and of the United States Arny Office. Tlicv eamo in prlvnto autnmolille, In alghtsoelhr inoior Diires, in tho Runway, the elo vated trains, nurfnce cars, horsadrown vehicles, hloycle and on foot. At noon ao InrRo was tho crowd that tho polloe .it Old Blip Motion decided to lako n hand. So pollco lines were put Into effect, and while nobody was barred from Wall streot ovorybody wo kept innvlns;. Several thouwnd phototraphs nf the cxcnvatlon over which the new addition to the Ktook KxchunitA Is t nrlso wore tnkon by persons convinced that the oxploslon luid destroyed tho bullrilnir. Tho fact that thero wns no wrockn of tho supposedly destroyed bulldtnv mad? no dlfforenco to the photoitrnphers. Tliey knew what they knew und a few of them challenged acoffer to fluht about It. , Bursting; With Mlslnformntlnn. The bMlylioo men on the olRht acelnif lmscH were equally bursting with mis Information. One announced "the marble etcpa ot the Broat Morgan onices whoro llfteen wealthy men died toROthor.'! An other Informed tha Impressed passengers that "young Mr. Morgan himself Jumped right throuch that window." Klnally tho police stopped all vehicular trnilla thiough Wall street and down Iliond. Late comors had to dismount In llroadway or tip William or Nassau atreet and do their night seeing afoot. There worn no Itod uprisings yester day, not oven a scnthlnrr speech. The police woro all prepared to deal with trouble had 1t happened, and churches, public building and prominent resi dences woro guarded. In many ohurchn clonrymen referred to tho Wall street disaster In tho course of their sermons. Tho llev. Dr. William T. Manning of Trinity Church, at tha head of Wall Direct, dovotcd most of hi discourse to tho trapedy. Bo did tho Itev, Dr. S. Kdward Young In Bedford Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn. The Post Offlco Inspector havo found more ot tho "American Anarchists Fight ers" circular In tho mall. It Is allegt-d that thoy have found other circular with different Inicrlptlons, but tho samo gen erai signature, and that they havo turned thorn over to Chief Flynn. A considera ble nmount of radical literature oil badly spelled, Incoherently written and n ughly printed ha been found, but tho Department of Justice men will not.mako tl.c circular public yet ' CARLO TRESCA HERE BUT NOT ARRESTED Makes Three Hour Speech With Knowledge of Police. After widespread publication In yes terday's newspaper of the announce ment by police and Fedoral operatives that they wore anxious to find Carlo Tresca, one of tho leaders of the Italian red olement In this country, Trepea apoko yesterday aftornoon for three hour at tho nana School or socialism to 600 pco pie, went to hi ofllco, appeared "on the streets, talked to reporters and othcrwlso mado himself conspicuous, but no rcpre-1 sentatlva of the law ODnearcd cither to arrest or to Intorvlow him. in fact, Trescti said to newspaper men, ho saw no reason why nny ono I chango havo been found by tho police In should want to arrest him, Inasmuch tin ' 11 Hwy "table, but so fnr the persons he was nowhoro neur tho explosion , wh0 ''Id them there havo not been dls that wrecked Wall Street and knew.j covered. Tho authorities are closely nothing about It or any one connocted following every clue, feeling they may with It Reportor eaw him at the ond ttrrJ.Mt tho perpetrator on tho outrage of a long address In Italian on recentj nn(1 f",i,'bl, eal ttn International successes of tho radicals In Italy. 1 terrorist plot, which may, perhaps,, cx- "Yes, I read tho story In this morn-tond t0 tho United States, log's paper that detective are looking . ' for me," he said. "The announcement r Lonpow, Sept 19. Three persons have surprised me. of courser but ttd not been killed and six Injured as a result nlarm mo. Rather, It was rldlculou, i of an explosion In tho lonfolo powder for I know absolutely nothing about tho factory nt Montua, says a Rome des explosion or any one connected with It. Patch t,o tho Exchango Telegraph Com If I had any Information I would bo pahy. ' Tho explosion damaged soyeral ulad to tell It to tho police, but I haven't. 1 house. Kny. Or, If they think I have any snch - ' knowledge. It would not have been onylAEMAX OFFICER EXONERATED more difficult to Ann mo at any time """"i""" " ""'t"J"ux' since, the explosion than It Is to-day. I ........ - "I may be found at my offlco, room ot nlnn,e for Two n'atUt r.Ul, 7 W'cift Fifteenth street (tho Rand In Sininll. St"On.,hnnt.ffl'ir ZVlZJJnJ. mssAeou. Bept. 19Tho bodes of On tho day of the explosion I wns nt rMet p..tiv (jHlcera Perov Kullor nt fir- TVTnB Bb8Ut S Clmr.? UArtlM It. except what I read In the nowspa-, McKeCsport, Pa., who lost their Una In i k ,m .u t , ,1 alxty-flve mllo squall hero last Friday, J:SZZ enPnI .eS ,.'2d.thf Pec,aral were found to-day by searching partlel Tresca and he had aald ho knew of no. A board 0f Inquiry, convansd,to do- h?P0,1',M,,Id want mm termlne whether the chief flying ollleer they admitted they didn't know any rea-j could n!,ve ordered tho men In ahead cf t:,a Th0, '?c.lJ?1"kn5w lha th la understood to have'held Tresca would sneak at the Rand 9?hool 11,. .tnrm ..m. ih .,m. -j eyeral noun bofortjhe made hla ad-. dreu. Milwaukee Mnn Warned of Something" in East pWj rol'Mi Bun aku Maw Yo lliaun, MILWAUKEE, Bopt. 10. AU "Watch out I Something Mr r flrolntf to bust In the Kant this weok," An omnloyoo of tho Wont MIlwnultoQ Hliopa of tho St, Paul ItnllroAd pintle thla remark to a fellow workur lat Monday, The worker ban alvcn Uio man's name to Department of Juitlco ofllclnla, and thoy oxpect to nrrosfr him, Ills nnmq Is with held. FISCHER TALE SILLY, SAYS MRS. TAKAMINE Donloa That Blio or Her Huh lmnd Would 116 Likely to ' Help 'Prophet.' ' The ttment of lMward Fischer, Wall street exploalon prophet, that ho recently visited n larva explosive mok- rK plant In (he United Htote, and that U head would haip mm out or mi " " ndMlon fact If It rcfera to Joltlchl TMamlne, Jr., Ml (lt Tahamlno Uborntory, Inc., at mifinn' J. 3.. Mm Tnkamlnfl eald vea- turday. Ono of her vlaltlnif oardit wan fnunil n pBclierf poaiewlon fiaturduy ivhim Iia tvifl in ti tall In Hamilton. Ontario, and It wo In reply to quwc Hons concerning tho Identity of Mrs. Takamlne that the othlotlo young man made hla assertions. Neither alio nor her husband waa Intlmato with him socially, aho aold, hut they havo known him about two years, Tho acquaintance began at Merrlwold Park, Hulllvan county, N, V., whoro the Takamlne have a summer estato, and grow .through the common Interest of her husband and 1'lschor In tennis, To her knowledge, aha aald, fcMachcr never had boen through the Takamlno laboratory at Clifton, and oven If ho i mil i.n in, mil ,1 tint nava lenrnoa n,mit exnloslveH. slnco tho laboratory I ,MVoted to tho nianufacturo of oiuym fln,( 0tticr pclal fcrmentii, Invent and pattmtcd by Mr. Takamlno, Br not.d Veni!. me cntud a noted ohomlst, That Mr. Takamlne, who was out of town, would go to tho rosciio or tho vx i.loslnn prophet she rhnrnctArlicd its rl dlculou. Hlio and Mr. Takamlno last saw Fischer about two weeks ago, Mrs. Takamlno recalled, Just bcfoio thvy left Mcrrlewold Park, and aha hud a vauuo lecollcctlon of giving Mm one of her vis iting cards, Hut ho never was received socially In tho Takumluo home, sho as serted, Mrs, Takamlne Is nn American girl. Her husband and father-ln-luw are ,int- ttuceo who have bucomo Americans, tho cider Mr. Takamlne being nn ardent re search worker and tho son making prac tical commercial application of hit fa ther's discoveries. The wife of tho chomlcals manufac turer could remember no ronvrrsetlon with Fischer In which ho expressed any anarchistic tendencies or In which ho seemed Interested In or Introduced tho topla of explosives. On many subjects, however, alio aald, ho appeared .quits lr tatlonul. "Ills actions and talk both summers that wo met him at Merrlewqld gavo mo the Impression that there was someinlng queer about him," Mrs. Takamlno raid. "When wo saw him two weeks ago he did not seem quite right than. I beliove he's croxy," Dr. Edward L. Keycs, Jr., of 109 Kast Thirty-fourth street and Forest lltlUt, U I whero Fischer' brothcr-ln-law, Itobcrt A. Popo, abio lives, denlod yeatcr day that ho had ever signed an applica tion to commit Fischer to nn asylum, although such an application, wKti Dr. Koyes's name signed to It, was found on Plfchcr by tho Hamilton authorities. "I don't think I'd know Fischer If I saw him on tho atreot now," Dr.' Keycs aald. "I met him once, so his family tell me, but I haven't scon him In tov oral years and I hardly think I could recoimlxo him. "Homo time ago members of hi iam lly told me they wanted him examined as to hi sanity, so I algncd a papqr recommending such nn examination. I did not make an examination of him my self, and I did not sign nn application for his commitment to nn asylum. I really know nothing about til m that would shed any light on his montnl stotoJ' The date of the signing of the paper, Dr. Keycs said, was nobody's business, GENOA POLICE FIND 2 BOMBS IN STABLE Suspect Workers Made One Fired at Stock Exchange. QknoA, Italy, Sept 19. Police (oiT1cIbIs have ascertained that ttity toomb whlch expIodoiMn tho Stock Exchange hero on Friday had been mado recently, and, for this renson, thero Is sonii suspicion that It was turned out by a plant oc cupied by workmen. Attempts havo been mado to blow up several fashion able restaurants, ono of which was lo cated In tho basement of tho Stock Ex cliange building. Hlx Hungarians havo beep, arrested fhere elnco tho explosion of the bomb. They had plenty of money, but none of them had Identification papers. They nro said to be Communists and were taken Into custody at a hotol alleged to bo a rendezvous for Radicals. 'Several Hussions nna Hungarians who wcro bold as suspicious characters wero found thoro recently. Two high explosive bombs similar to tho ono that exploded .In tho Stock I?x eUddennes that -tha sfllwr could aot have anticipated it MISSING INTELLECTUAL RED BLAMED IN PULPIT Dr. Mnnntaff, Hector of trin ity, Onllfl for Bquolchlng of TropngaiuUflt WKA0HKB ON TltAQKDY $1,000,000 Itownril for Infor mer of lloml) Criminals Urffcil by Dr, Yoniifi;. In Trinity Church, In llroadway at the head of Wall alraet, yesterday, tho Rev. Dr, William T. Manning preached a aer mon based on tho Wall street bomb tragedy. He choie aa hla text the first verso of tho thirteenth chapter of He browa, "Iit brothor ly lovo continue," and In part said! "If we would keep the llfo of our country tron and afo wo must KO ! deeper thh tho mero punlnhlwr of theso i murderer, Wo must not only repress the evil, but alo upbuild tho good, "At this time wo are thinking much of the claims of cllUoirihlp and the prin ciple: essential lo the life of the country. Our first groat Ideal a a nation Is Jus- tire, Wo do not eay that this ha been 'fully reallard, but we aro reatlxlng It moro and more, and in this land to-day every man, woman nd child ha a I fuller, fulror opportunity than In any oilier country in mo worm. "Our aecond great Ideal I liberty. Our third I brotherllneas. In n coun try with alien Ideal it aeem almost Im possible that there should be people' among u who aro striving openly and aecretly to overthrow and dcatroy our country and Its Institutions, 'For tha porpetratora of such nets of wickedness nna murder there must no storn and unhosltattng Justice There Is, nlso, another class which need to bo rightly dealt with those who call them selves Intellectuals and' make themselves safo by declaring, tlmt they do not ad ' vocate force, They sow the seeds of d I content and spread propaganda which produce act or this sort. "It Is n shameful thing that by some among" us these people are oncourarcd and given countenance." Tho Rev, Dr. S, Kdword Young In Iledford Presbyterian Church, Brook lyn, advocated the promtso of Immunity and 11,000,000 to the Informer who will bring tho dynamiters to Justice, Ho also' declared the Government to bo partly to blamo for tho Wall street mur ders. He said In part: "Four person are responsible for tho bomb explosion on Wall street Thursday tho wretch who drovo (he wagon there, the pjolter who put him up to It, tho Government official who failed to supprem anarchists and tho average clt licn who doe not bother about such mnttrr until a lot of people are blown Into eternity. "In somo dark room or on somva cant lot tho Job wan doubtloss aiulgned to the 'direct action' dupe, with throat of death to him If he refuted; but tho villain who did tho assigning probably a keen wlttcd university graduate keep himself far out of harm' way. Find him, yo aovemment offlclaU-who have not yet found tha mall bomb criminals or tho author of the Rod circular call ing on workmen to rlso find him or let tho aovemment find better men for your positions, "A reward of a million dollars, with pardon to the Informers, would reveal tho culprits not the besj method, but bettor .than tho failure to run down criminals which ha become a scandal and n peril," FEDERAL EXPLOSIVES LAW FACES OBSTACLE State Constitutional Rights May Trouble Congress. Bptclol to Tub Hun and New Yoxk Hhwlp. Washington, Sept 10. A Federal law regulating tho manufacture, pur chase and possession of deadly oxploslves Is of prlmo Importance to prevent repeti tions of tho Now York bomb disaster, but thero nro constitutional obstacle In tho wuy of enactment of such legislation, Dr, Charles IS. Munro said to-day. Dr. Munro Is nn explosive expert of tho Bureau of Mines, and Investigated the explosion at tho Capltol.n few year ago. Tho necessity for such a law Is cer tain to bo urged on Congress at the ses slon beginning In Docember, and legisla tive expert will be put nt worn to draw It so that It will not conflict with State police powers, which Is tho constitutional obstacle Involved. Tills probably will have to bo done either under tho Federal taxing power or under the Interstate commerce clause. "Unquestionably Federal control would be moro eiTlclcnt than State control, which naturally .stops at State'B bounda ries," ald Dr, Munro. "Indeed, It seem ul -prune iiupuriuiico mai explosives oo regulated by tho Federal Government. Tho djulculty seems to be, however, that tno Federal Ciovornment ha no Jurisdic tion except In time of war, and that or dinarily tho matter comes within Stato police power." During tho war Congress did pass a law rectllatlnir f3tT)lniilvi.!t und thU Inn-. Vlatlon was administered by the Bureaj rf Minos. Slnco the war technlcnny Is pot ovur tho law remains on the etatuts boolcs, mrattcmpt to repeal It along: with ether wnr'tnactmenta falling before tin U'to ot President Wilson. i Congress nt Its last session took thi position that the wartime law shouH i r ot bo enforced In peace time, and ap-1 I roprlatcd enough inopoy only to win I , up tho work carried on under It Demo-1 crtits a well a Republican took this 1 viow, out since the Now York oxplosUa thoro has beon criticism of Republican leaders for not continuing tho law :n full force. Dr. Munro to-day madn plain that ha Is not Indulging In tills criticism. Under th war law the Fedoral Qor, eminent had Inspector arid It did suc ceed In keeping It eye on all exploslvex Since tht regulation has ceased 8tate have had .the entire duty of watchl oxploslves making, and have not seen tho necessity of being so strict In tho otr districts njtro-glycerlno may m manufactured by almost any one who has tho' desire and the materials to lo It with. The only alternative to Federal regu lation 1 for States to ndopt uniform ' regulatory codes. This substitution for . 1 cdcral regulation ha not provod prac t'cablo In the past In regard to thing.- I other than explosives, because it I 1 found almost Impossible to get StatO'i I to adopt similar codes In relation to ! anything. Prices realized on Swift A Company sates ot .carcass btef In New York City for wetk ending Saturday, Sept. ' IStli. 102O, on ship ments sold out, ranged from 10.00 cents to 2S.00 -cents per 'pour.d and averaged 19.T8 ctnu psr pound. JUv, . FROM 1 iFlarliftr Renr.lifti RnfFaln on Hi Way to This City PUFFALO, Sept lO.Edwnrd I Fischer, rottfrnlnif volun tarily to Now York to submit to nucatlonlnrf In connection with tho notes ho sent giving warning of tho Wall street oxploslon, ar rived in IlulTnlo nt 0 o'clock to nlftht from Hamilton nnd left ot 0136 for Now York. JURY TO HEAR TALE BY FISCHER TO-DAY Continued rom'l'lrfll Papt, come lo bo chiefly nn exposition M'f nut and nnery, i pioror to move ano have my being with sincere pcop e believe in tho novernment of mind over matter and have given up physical piilu, My only physical sensation la nn oc casional violent rain In tho head, whloh iiiJnlllngly Indicate that soma dire catastrophe Impends in tho world, fear nothing mortal, nnd am easy In tin) ratisrnctlon that I havo nod' lovo," I of a Psychlo Fnmltr Also, In amplifying hi previous alntuinents regarding tho psychlo power which his mother had nosresscd. Fischer smut "My grnndniatlH'i' nlso possessed psychic powers, and Tniie sin of tho fathers aro visited upon the children. It Is rroli able that tha blessing aro likewise, and I consldor thl powr of prdilmcyjhat I posses. to bo a blessing." Then for tho ptirpoo of Illustration ho told n story or a mental teiepaitno com munlrntlnn which ho nsiiertcd ha estab lished with his mother shortly heron hnr death. It wns, ho said, when he visited Nlagara-on-lhe-Lako, where ho attended tennis matches. "After tho matches." ho continued, "I missed my train nnd proceeded to walk to. lw ston. several miiea distant. took tho Oar so route, and ao long as I looked up Iiwas all right, but whenever I lookod down to tno ties i would tan, and In thl way I hurt my shins very uiviiy. ."When I wn talking to my mother I found that ono of my foot was so badly hurt that It wns soaked In hlond, and In my pain I rrlod out tho nnme of my mother, who happened to bo In New York at the time. "When I wo talking to ;ny nio.lirr about thl later sho told mo that sho heard my cry distinctly nnd had hurried to Uio door, expecting tu nnd me thero. Tha time when sho heard It nnd the time when I had uttered It checked up per fectly." In speaking of his antipathy ito Vnli street nnnnclcr and for England. Flsch er said; "England borrow two bldlons from the United States at 2 per rent and lends It to her alllo at 4 per "out., and that In not a square deal. Hit' al though I dlsllko England I have I ho greatest fondness for Canada." "Three A" Muke Cnnniln Good. Then he added mystorlously, 'No country given a nnme with thruo As In It could be bad. Cn-tyi-da, notice the inreo nrsis, in tne Dominion's nvne. Canada furnlshod more men nnd .rtiouoy per capita for the war than England. There wero no slacKer hero, England provided her harbor for three million stay-at-homes. "I was very fond of France, too," ho raid, "but I was underpaid, while bflng employed by tho French High Commis sion In New York. They paid mo inly 175 a month, nnd from Uils I hat to pay my own expenses." Much of Fischer's talk dealt with works upon telepathy and ho quoted ex- tcnseivtiy from various boks upon the rubjfet Some of tho declarillons hurled at his Interrogators wero: "I could make millions by proving cer tain, theories of mine, but I am.not In terested In tho accumulation of material wealth. I r.m richer In my contentment of soul than nro millionaires with their wordly goods. I might lava avoided my present position by enclosing my messages In envelopes, but I bellcv. In ipen sincerity and wanted my warnings to obtain ttio widest dissemination. I had nothing to conceal. I sent, t'icm from sincere conviction In the hope that I might do good." It was npparent that Fischer wo of the ImjircAslou, that attention had been drawn to hi 'warnings by tho fact that they were written on postcards and that ho had not been Informed It wns through tbolr recipient that the authorities vTopcoats for Mei Imported from London at the low rate of exchange As Low as $65 HlGWXL if you choose, but you do not hav,e to go higher to get satisfaction. Box, belted, Chesterfield, Raglan, and double breasted Rufford mddels. Put together in'thoie famous Aquascutumi fleece cloths, light, warm, 'colorful, and full of character. ' The 07ily house that has the only overcoat lo, have Exclusive New York Agents Fifth Avehue Metfa Shop 2 to 8 West 38th Strett MAGAZINE BRIBERY IS SUSPECTED t " learned of his rtmarkabiei tip concern Inu the Wall Street dlaaiteV, Referring to a statement In aomo worK qi telepathy, Flacher declared that th qulok and accurate declaion of Theodore HcQiovalt wero not anap Judgmotita but tin' result of aubcopacloua working of mind, Flsoher'a narrative of hi movement of tho few day preceding tha exploalon and up to the tlmo when ho surrendered to tho police of Hamilton after tho new of hi warning had bativ widely olrcu latad Included an account of how lie IihiI wandered through Central Tark un til nearly S o'clock on the monitor of fceptember TO In aearh of a chOW dog named Chin Chin, which had naen lost by a woman or hi acquaintance, mm nw fn-m 11 im P. Mi on Heptember 11 until 4.(0 A. M, on Wrptcmber II he rodo in a day coach from Port Jervla to I lor- naravllla because (deeper accommomi- IHW1B WOllin IiaVO UOCII ion o'imiyu. Would Ctuh In on Plsnntrr, Ho referred alo to the statement ho wa reported to havo mado to omployees of the Queen's Hotel In Toronto on tho day before the explosion, and remarked i "I told n waller that the financial dis trict of tho world would bo blown up er.il hn remarked that It must then bp a ... . s . hua .ill ntriM m uti-in lahn1 In i ESS r' k a r lie nit transaction above human life, Tnat night I tnyed nt Nathan McKIn- ley' on Lonadolo road, and I also told em there that bad times were nh?d,t On Beptomber 7, Flaoner sain, 110 arovo to Port Jorvl and to Pnteroon with friends, Ho returned to Now York for dinner, men na wim i u hm, iii.i ML.... - - i. 1, Allan where ho remained until lata in 1110.1 eienlng. On Heptember S ho played goir at tun North Jersey Golf Cfuh link. On Sep tember 9 ho took n walk on Riverside Drlvn with 11 married woman acquaint- snct and visited tho Japanese Club, nt Nlnoty-alxth atreot, later with Fred Alex- uidi-r( tennl plnyer. Whllo dining they hoard about the disappearance 01 wa woman' chow -dog nnd Flsoher took up tl'o search. He left 110 with tho sailors' canteen nt Nlnety-nlxth strett to bo rrtvon a a reward to any ono who should find the animal. On' September 10 th prophet weni to call on a relative, Dr. I,uther Terry, n Philadelphia, but not finding him it home, went to the Oermantown Club, whero ho had lunclioon with Nam will's Davln. He stated that he had "a few Hilftero" In Philadelphia, after which r remained thero ovor night In tho room of 11 friend In tho Dcrtevue Strat ford Hotel, Tho following day ho left Philadel phia fnr New Vork cltv and later went to Port Jervla. whero ho vlsltod 11 mof tlon picture theatre. That nlnht 'in vent to Hornervlllo In tho day coach. Leaving Hornervlllo at 0 A. .M. on September 12, Fischer entrained for Buffalo. At 11 n'clook ha loft Buffalo for Niagara Fulls. It was at noon nf this day that ho entered Canada by walking ncrosn tho bridge. He then talked to YoungstoWn, That night hi went to Niagara on tho Lake, On September 13 Fischer took,th roon boot for Toronto, walked to the Queen' llotcl and went later to tin Toronto Tennis Club. Ho said that bo got a cordial reception there, nnd learned later that the national tennis I layer had wired the managor nf tournament that thoy would not at tend the contests. It was on that day from Toronto thnt several of Fischer' warnings were mailed, PRIESTS ATTACK REDS FOR DYNAMITE CRIME Link Coal Region Outrages and New York Explosion. rrlnl to Tin BoN AND Nrw Toxk IIculd. WiLKis-BAnns, Sept 19. Inspired by the outrage lrr Wall street happening nt the same time a dynamlto crimen In Lurerno county tho clergymen of this region forgot to preach on tho appointed gospel ot to-day and bitterly attacked local Reds. Tho seventh dynamltlne since tho first ot tho month occurred yesterday when tho home of John Delho Int Dunmoro was badly damaged by an explosion. Tho sermon by priests thowed that they aro unanimous In tha opinion that tho persons who dynamited here, al though they havo not taken life, aro as guilty as the Red who caused tho death of many In New York city. The clergy men referred to the Communist litera ture nnd Rod propaganda of all sort which ha been circulated continuously In the coal region slnco tho war began nnd especially 'since tho present labor trouble started. Fall ! 1 1 SERVICES HELD FOR SIX BOMB VICTIMS Mllltnry Ceremonies nfc Fti nernlfi of Tlirco Men Who Jfrtd Neon In Army, MOTIE BURTATiS TO-DAY Jf0,n,org 0f Morfffin Mid Other 1 . yivm HOIIOr IlOHIOVlCfl Of EinployceB Killed. Six victim of tho bomb explosion on ThuraJay In Wall atrert waro burled yesterday, The fimeral service of three wero attendid by military ceremony. Two ceremonluN took place at the Fu- neral Church, llroadway and fllxtyslxth street thoo for William Furmnn Hutch- jn,on 43 yowg 0d( ftn insurance broker - . . cltv . t nnd hi close ?TTJ"??nl C''r inonu, imrum w,i - ", 06 Pelham Manor, who waro killed while chs.,nB , Uroad and Wall streets. Tho service for Mr. Hutchinson were p. He started now obligation IN FINANCIAL DISTRICT 60 Broadway IN HARLEM 125 St& Lenox Ave. held flret Ho had been In 'the Bpanlsn American war nnd In tho world war. Mambtr of Company I, Seventh IUI mont, with which ho served ovoraea, at tended the ceremony, nnd a aquad In oommnnd of Weut. Clayton acted a es cort. The Rev, J, P. McComss, vicar of H, Paul' Chapel, wa In chargo of the service, . . Among the officer preient were Col, Robert McLean, Col. Wade H. Hayea, Major William, Palmer and Capt. Harry C. Duval, Tho burial wa at Hemp stead, whoro n aaluto wa fired over tho grave after a eeoond ceremony, Sfeinher of Ipfrm nt Hervfof. Bervlcea for Mr. ailllcs wore conducted by the Rev, Bartell Prentlca of the Dutch Reformed Church, Nyock. (leorge II, uurr and U.,C, Klnr, member of Oeorge II, Burr & Co,, ISO Broadway, by whom Mr. Gillies wn employed, at tended, Tho remains woro cremated, The attendance nt tho two funeral waa about 1,000, Iteprcaonlallvea of J, P, Morgan ft Co, attended the funeral ecrvlcoa for William T. Joyco, US year old, son of Tlmnan W, Joyco, head of tho gold shipping de. partment of tho banking firm, nt 10(1 Dllmos aveiiuii, Brooklyn. Delegation attended from tho Apollo Club of Brookr lyn nnd the United States Hlgnal Corp, In which Mr, Joyce nerved In the war, The Rev. J, Clarence, Jone of B,t. Mary' Episcopal Church read the service, llurlnl wa In arcenwood Cemetery, Charles A. I.lndroth, SO year old, wa burled In Cypres IIIlUi Cemetery. Three volley wero flrod over tho grave and tap wa blown by the bugler of Capt John Drum Post, No. 273, Vet- 6 Unexpected Friends word to them and to others RECENTLY u representative of our opment Department counted. 125 his list of "men to see." ont on his calls. To his surprise, in six instances, well-known busi ness men said, "I have already named the Columbia Xrust Company as Exeouior of my will." ', ,k:v This unspoken confidence in ub ib noteworthy because in the' great majority of cases when a man decides to have us settle his estate he tells ub about it. The above figures probably indicate that a very considerable number of New Yorkers have likewise confidently and quietly planned for a Columbia Trust Company Executorship. In expressing our appreciation we would like to pass on this thought for what it is worth: ' We do not give legal advice that is youc lawyer's province But on tho business aide of settling estates we are offen able, from long experience to make practical suggestions which may prove valuable and later on. . In other words, whether you have made your will or not, wo believe, you may find it well worth while to talk with us informally and confidentially. A Vice-President or Manager in charge our offices is always glad to confer with on your part. Meanwhile, if you happen to be on our list of "men to see" we think, you will find a few minutes talk with 'one of 'bur representatives time well spent. Member of Federal Reserve System ' 1 g rana of Foreign Warn, Mr, I.lndroth eivmi ,11 ins twain Aiaiiniin uilli St- tatlon ot the Twenty-saventh DlvUion In tho war, Tho funeral services m held In ht lato home, Ett East Fifth street, Brooklyn, Funeral of Woman Victim, A private funeral was held for Mn Margaret Drury, an employee of curtli! Mallst-Prevoit A Colt 10 Broad street from her home, 112 Rldgewood avcnui Queen, The aervlcea were conducted by tho Rev, John Illnes, a Lutliora clergyman. The funeral of William W. Whits, printer of 11 Cliff street Manhattan, wa held last night at hi homo t Parkalda Court, Brooklyn, llurlnl will be mado to-day at Oreenwood Ccm. etery. Mr. Whllo died In Volunteer Hospital the day after the explosion, Services will be held to-day for John A, Donahue, 1034 East Fourteenth atreot, Brooklyn, a -clerk of J, P. Mor gan & Co, l T, Montgomery Osprcy, Chester avenue, Ilrooklyn, a meswjnKor for 11 Wall street brokerage house, and Reginald J, Ellsworthy, $1 Liberty street, West Orango, employed by marlno Insurance company, Monlsom ery ami Ellsworthy aerved .overseas, PIligOAVTIONH IN MONTIlllAI,, Montokai.. Sept. 19. Tho entire Mon treat financial district I being caicfulljr guarded a tha result of tho bomb ex. plosion In New York. Col, Oaudct, D. rector ot Publlo Bufety, took prompt no tlon a anon a ho rfcclved now of th Now York dliaater, BuBincea Devel- new names on at any one of you without IN SHOPPING , CENTRE IN THE BRONX .ThirdAvs. I. V r I at f 7 i