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AND DAILY UNION. ' x ' ' - ' :. , FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 1920 TWENTY-POUR PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS. UUUvJ .'tot Cute Small's lead to Dansev PomP P. FISCHER HELD STAKE Kerns r ' - '-' jxty Gains and Thomp i j 'suite's Loss Tightens 1'; Eace for Honors. '. :"' I falcate-, Sept 17. Returns from precincts out of 5,737, In Illi- for governor, give: Republl-jn.- Cook county: 2,205 precincts. -Jbr, 110.194; Small, 191,645. ' Cannon. jtwUte: 2,977 precincts, Ogles-! Nineteenth district Y,W32; Small, 147,476. Grand v.: 1,182 precincts, give Oglesby, Small, 339,121. J Bjuirns from 5473 precincts, for "5W States senator, give: Repub ai: Cook county: 2,205 precincts, jfclialty, 116.667; Smith, 184,674. iley, 215,290; t Smith, 137,802. kni total: 5,173 precincts, Mc , JdV, 331,957; Smith, 322.476. f QJcmo, Sept. 17. With 5,078 ' m of (.737 precincts in Illinois Ml 0. Oglesby in the Republican M for the gubernatorial nomina- X bu heen reduced to 5,429 M. I it error of 6,463 in the city news MiS figures for tin 32nd ward iCUago reduced Small's plural ity that amount . 1 clerical error in Peoria county, )i Is confusion in tabulating the Ml sod women's . votes with tftk, caused an error in the pri : ifs count announced by county ' 4mm there. Its discovery today .aswd McKlnley's vote for the Is 5,077 precincts) reporting 0Rtor governor: . ( . . Ojok countv 2.194 nreclncts. Oi- kT,10M47: tmall. 191.374. (-Imitate 2,884 precincts, Og- u , K0.582; Small, 143,084. Grtad total 5,078 precincts, Og- by, 32A.029: Small. 334.458. in TQie in a.vt i oui oi o.iii pre- cts la the united States senator Maett gives; cook County 2,194 precincts, IfcBaley,-114,897; Smith, 184,375. Downstate 2,883 precincts, Mc taly, 213,545; Smith, 136,438. Orud total 5,077 precincts, Mc aator, 328.442; Smith, 320,813. ttlcago, Sept 17. Efforts were sUDoed today to complete the un- ehl count ot Wednesday's pri' wy tallot in the closely contested Wbllcan gubernatorial and sen flil nominations and the Demo- nc senatorial race. With 668 u of the 5,737 precincts in the t mining, ot which 279 were in BfofO, Len Small of Kankakee, ported by Mayor, Thompson of sto. tor the eubernatorial JJWutlon appeared to have been victor over Lieutenant Gov- n jor John G. Oglesby, Lowdeh SjttiHste, by a plurality of about jVU: jd t total vote ot nearly CdBfrenman William B. HcKin W. Lowden candidate tor senator, fWd to have deefated Frank ?alta supported by Mayor 2BP,n. by a plurality somewhat Pwm than that which decided the WwMtorial contest Rectification lrical error In the tabulation Chicago vote put McKinley je lead by about 4,000 votes. f"wer downstate reports adding 2M gains, McKlnley's vote, with V jreclncts outside Cook county 32M84. Smith had 317,- KoottMed on Page Fourteen.) VOTEFORPREST. tEXT THURSDAY J. JBept 17. (United Press.) J Bourgeois, president ot the Hmm 0X1 Tnuwday at th f-JJiws palace to choose a suc " to President Deschanrt. ... UMUIIAYS Oil ARTICLE TEN l2CSept . 17. (TJnte 2yr-wTll H. Hays, Republican nmiuee) auunnu, c-g sere today declared "it is B&possible tor e kaa to o- J in 5M u ooostitutlon md In J7 as It would have been to ddressed a gathering of i S workew at the national Cvteta, heM in connection CCC'Tcr CONGRESSMEN CHOSEN BY STATE VOTERS Cannon and Wheeler Roll Up Big Pluralitie - Major Leads in 19th. Chicago, Sept 17. Final revision ot returns on the Republican bal lots in the congressional primaries outside of Cook county, today showed no changes from the returns previously indicated. The success-' ful aspirants were as follows: Tenth ; district Carl R. Chind bloom.' . Eleventh district Ira C. Copley. ' Fourteenth district William J. Graham. " Sixteenth district Clifford Ire land, -i. Seventeenth district Frank Funk. H. G. Eighteenth ' district Joseph Allen Moore j Twenty-first district Loren E. Wheeler. - Twenty-second district-A.-Rodenberg. William : j In the Eleventh and Fourteenth districts, the Democratic party has made nn nominations for the No-1 OI.o i.- . v,- . uuuie no nominations lor we ZT1J? ZC lot lber election, leaving Represen- tatives Copley and Graham op posed by Socialist candidates only. - Close Contest In Seventeen to. i The closest contest was In the tot from Len Small's lead over i Seventeenth district but with only KrthTdiVcrMr i..itt inM f iwii r i had 13,277 to 10,292 for Arthur C. Fort I Representatives Cannon and Wheeler rolled up big pluralities, the former leading E. B. Cooley by better than 7,600 votes and the lat ter being about 9,000 ahead of Wil liam J. Butler. Of the Ave Democratic contests for congressional nominations only one, that In the Tenth district, was definitely settled today. 'John H. Haderling was e ejected to oppose Representative Chlndbloont in No vember. - - -.' i -. . Xajer Has Safe Lead. In the Nineteenth district, J. Earl Major had an apparently safe lead of 1.015 votes over Thomas L. Jar rvtt, with 43 precincts missing, most of the places still to be heard from being in counties which favored Mr. Major. Incomplete returns gave leads to Edward F. Poorman in the Nine teenth district R. V. Gustin in the Twenty -eecond, and Allen H. Grav enhorst in the Twenty-third. Only two of the 10 counties in Graven horst's district had reported. SOCIETY WOMAN KILLS HERSELF Mr. Nancy Cravens, Wife of Brk r Suicides at Saint - ,.' - Lonls. . ; St. Louis. Mo.. Sept 17. (United Press) Mrs. Nancy Cravens, prom inent society woman and . wife of Rutherford B. Cravens, stock and bond broker, who was before mar riace Miss Nancy Blake of Mem phis, Tenn, shot and killed herself yesterday afternoon. Ill health was believed to have been the cause. WILSON UNDER HEAVY BAIL Chicago, Sept. 17. (United Press). Lloyd Wilson Chicago broker, was indicted today on three counts on a charge of embezslement by the state rrand Jury. His ball was fixed at 50,000.' - Wilson was arrested In Billings, Mont. In connection with the dis posal of stolen oonds. FRANCE WILL j LEAVE LEAGUE If Germany Is Admitted to Fortfe. , eemtBff QMm Coafemos, Says Paris, Sept 17. (United Press). The Kcho de Paris today amid the French government has instructed its representative to the League ot Natkms council. Leon Bourgeois, that Franc will withdraw tram the league It Germany is admitted at the forthcoming coafereace at Geneva. DR. SMITH SKCTEKCIB. Fort Worth, Tex, Bept 17 (Uni ted Press) Dr. Wallahe Smith, prominent phyatdaa. waa Cownd ... M A . - fe oiu in Gonoocuaa : guilty man senionwn w jvmrm u M constitution day celebra-1 prison last night tor killing Ids .7 , ' - ' 1 mother-in-law. Mrs. Rnhr White. IP! Aim THAT- CLAIM THAT COXCDOT WIN OREGON State Will Go to Republi cans by Larger Majority Than 4 Years Ago. BY DATID LAWBE5CE. (Special to The Argus). . Portland, Ore, Sept 17. Gover nor Cox has been and gone and has left in his wake, a trail of admirers but not enough to carry the state ot Oregon. For this state will go Republican by a much larger ma jority than it did four years ago, when President Wilson lost the state by 5,000 votes. That was a c1om election. This year it is not even a good contest. Democrats privately admit tne situation is hopeless unless by some eleventn hour miracle or development, the "" uv ,.an- whole aspect of thenatgn shail be changed nationally. Estimates as to the sixe of the majority which Harding will get are varied. Some venturing the opin ion that It will be as big as Ifnlna'a Hut AHWHv nhUFT. itIoIyt: it swayed by hopes of partisan de- sires, look for at least 20,000 ma jority. Oregon is a rock ribbed Re publican state on presidential matters.-- It even went Republican in 1896 when the western wave of Bryan- Ism was sweeping the land. It stood staunchly in the Republican column when the cry of "He kept us out of war". won the, electoral votes ot California, on the south, Idaho on the east and Washington on the north. Cox Will Cut Majerity. Governor Cox was warmly re ceived. Unouestionably : he cut down what might otherwise have been an : overwhelming majority. Indeed, he won back many of those Democrats who had strayed from the fold. On the other hand he failed to satisfy either wets or urya by his statement that the liquor is sue is dead. Most everybody in the cities knows it is not dead and that attemnts to weaken the en forcement laws will be constantly made and will he presented to the next president ot the United States for consideration. And the folks in the country know it is not dead chiefly because the prohibition agi tators will not let them believe it 'dead. . "Demmies" for "Dry" Man. Then there is another straw that shows the way the wind blows. The western Democrats didnt bring about the nomination of Governor Cox. They were for McAdoo be- (Continued on Page Four). CABINET JOB TO DE LA IIUERTA General Obregon Gives Retiring President Foreign Pert, .folio. San Antonio, Texas, Sept 17. (United Presa.) President de la Huerta, who will retire from the presidency of Mexico when General Alvaro Obregan assumes - the ad ministrative office in January, may be given a cabinet position by Obre gon, according to unofficial reports here. It is said he will be offered either the portfolio of gobernaclon or for eign relations. Either would give Huerta great influence in tne aaut tional reconstruction work planned by the incoming administration, the report declared. CHICAGO VOTE NOT AVAILABLE Chicago, Sept 17. For the first time In an important election la re cent years, complete Chicago re turns on the state primaries ot Wednesday are not available to newspapers for as official count More than two hundred fifty pre cincts are missing until the official count is mad next Tuesday. Heretofore ' Chicago newspapers hate obtained the unofficial retains from the pollee. This year Chief of Police Garrity ordered Usee i turns eat direct to the city hall, where they were grrea oat by dty officials, but not tabulated, Elec tion officials ordered a special copy ot the retams in each precinct tor the newspaper count nt ami areetnets the ballot bootea we .sealed before this special eoay had oeen taken aad these are the miss ing precincts BAKER CLAIMS LEAGUE PACT S A VEb ONE WAR Secretary Discusses Treaty and League in Wat , erloo Speech. Waterloo, Iowa, Sept 17.-There will be no peace In Europe until the burden of armaments lifted and the fear of war destroyed, Secre tary Baker declared here today in a speech devoted wholly to discus sion of the treaty of Versailles and the League Of Nations covenant Challenging a statement from Senator Harding's speech accept ing the Republican presidential nomination 'that the league was so utterly impotent to prevent wars that It has not even been tried," Secretary Baker declared the league's operation "has already saved one war, though Senator Harding did not know it" He recited the submission to tne league council by Sweden and Fin land of the Aland Island dispute. "Under the old order," Mr. Baker said, "Finland would instantly have occupied the Aland islands with her military forces." The secretary also took issue with what hi described as Senator Harding's assertion that some such international court as The Hague Tribunal with "teeth" in it, was the sole agency necessary for the pre sentation of world peace. "All ot which sounds very sim ple," ' Mr. Baker continued, "but whose teeth is the senator going to put into The Hague Tribunal? His criticism of the covenant of the League of Nations is that it may re quire the use of the armed forces of the United States. Now our armed forces are our teeth, if The Hague Tribunal Is to have teeth, it is to have .force and the only kind of force which operates among na tions is armed force." - U.S. CAN DECIDE SAYS HARDING Between the Constitution and the Covenant Discusses Rape . ot Haia Marion, Ohio, Sept. 17. Pro nouncing the League of Nations covenant irreconcilable with the American constitution. Senator Harding declared in a "Constitu tional Day" address here today that the time had come for the United States to decide whether it would preserve or abandon the charter un der which it achieved nationality. "The constitution or the covenant. that is the paramount issue," he said. "The two are irreconcilible. We cannot be governed from both Geneva and Washington'. We can not follow our present chief magis trate without forsaking the Father of our Country." The. Republican nominee also as sailed the administration's policy toward the smaller nations of the western hemisphere, asserting that the executive had usurped congres sional powers to carry on an un constitutional war with Hayti and San Domingo. ' The speech, delivered from the front porch to delegations from sev eral Ohio counties, reviewed the circumstances surrounding the making ot the constitution and out lined the candidate s conception oi the balanced powers of the execu tive, legislative and Judicial branches of the government Only by preserving that balance, he said, could the United States fulfill its greatest destiny. The United States is new waging undeclared war with- "little, help less republics of our own hemis phere," the senator declared. He quoted Mr. Roosevelt as saying: The fact Is that I wrote Hayti's constitution myself. Until last week I had two totes in the league assembly; now Secretary Daniels has them" . "To the best ot my information this is the first official admission of the rape of Hayti and San Do mingo by the present administra tion, 1 continued Senator Harding. He also charged that "thousands of native Haytiana have been kil led by American marines." , THE HEATHER Fair tonight ' and Saturday; slightly warmer tonight Highest temperature yesterday, 8: lowest last night, 64. . Precipitation, none. . - 12 m. 7 p.m. 7 am jester, yester. today Dry Vatb temp.. . 78 71 57 Wet balb temp... 57 67 53 Ret humidity ...25 40 80 River stage, Mr a fall of X in last 24 hours. Sfver Only aught changes la the MIs siselppl will occur from below Du baatet to Muscatine. J. ht 8HKR11CR, Meteorologist. II vote rem state ilature I Republican R. I. McCaskrin .17,207 Abbey ... Wells .... BeII . . 8,512 1,902 . 7,245 . 793 . 2,900 374 ' Democratic - . 1,762 177 . 706 ' 529 . 217 41 Maucker . Werts ..V Schwartz . MAUCKER LOSES HENDERSON BUT LOOKS WINNER Werts Creeps Up In Demo Race for Legislature XcCaskrin, Ab bey Retain Lead. William C. Maucker, according to late returns received from Hender son county, will undoubtedly main tain his lead in the Thirty-third district race tor the Democratic nomination to the general assem bly. McCaskrin and Abbey retain their lead in the Republican race, al though a complete count of the Mercer county ballots gave Wells a substantial bnt insufficient boost . Complete .returns from Hender son county show that Maucker re ceived 177H votes. Although Werts. his nearest rival in the balloting of Rock Island county, was accorded 529V4 votes in his home county, pos sibility of his renominatioa by the Demos of the district fade in the shadow ot the overwhelming victory ot Maucker in Rock Island county. -Xaacker Gets 1,763 ta B. L - " A total of 1,762 votes were thrown to Maucker from this conn ty, 10 precincts of Moline yet miss ing in the unofficial count Werts received 706 at the same polls. In the two counties, Maucker has a fairly safe margin ot 704 votes. Schwartz, running poorly in both Rock Island and Henderson coun ties is hopelessly out of the race, al though it is thought that he will make a stronger showing In Mer cer county. If the vote lives np to expectations, it even enhances the lead chances of nomination of the Rock Island candidate. Wells Takes Mercer. In. the complete returns from Mercer county, Wells, candidate for the Republican nomination for state legislature against McCaskrin, Abbey and Ball, received his ex pected plurality, although the show ing made by McCaskrin in the low er end of the district continued to be surprising. Wells received 3,338, bnt McCas krin gained 1,558. Abbey ran well, getting 2,878. The total count for the district gives McCaskrin an overwhelming lead with 20,169, Abbey second place and also nomination, with 13,288, Wells being third and out of the race, with 11,376. GREAT VICTORY SEEN BY LABOR In Italian Premier's Decision Which m bodies tae n oners' a jjeauurat , Milan, Italy, Sept 16. Leaders of the Confederation of Labor, and workers generally, seem to believe they have won a great victory in the decision of Premier Giolittt to appoint a commission to submit concrete proposals respecting par ticipation by workmen in the tech nical, financial and disciplinary management of factories, which was announced at Turin today. Thta commission's report will be mite the basis for a bill which will embody many of the demands made by metal workers since they have occupied industrial plants throughout the country. 'BIG FIVE' PLAN Stockyards aal Parker Interests ' j Detfare Federal Trade -CenmaHlea. - Washington, Sept 17. The plan proposed by the "Big Five" pack ers to dispose of their stockyard, Interests to F. H. Prince Co. of Boston win not result in the ae aratioei of the stockyards from the packer interests, the federal trade commission declared la a report to Attorney General Palmer. .HendVhiMercer Total 20,169 13,288 11,376 3,636 1,402 1,558 2,873 3,338 1,939 1,235 258 BETTER NIGHT FOR lVTSWINEY BUT VERY WEAK Mayor's Wife Exhausted and is Relieved of Bed i; side VigiL London, Sept 17. Lord Mayor Terence MacSwmey of Cork,' who today began the 36th day of bis hunger strike at Brixton prison, passed a somewhat better night and had a little sleep, said a bulle tin issued at 10 o'clock this morn ing by the Irish Self -Determination league. London, Sept 17. (United Press) Terence MacSwiney, hunger strik ing lord mayor of Cork, waa ex ceedingly weak at last reports to the Irish Self-Determination league today. Mrs. Macs Winer's strength de serted her and she waa relieved In her bedside vigil by relatives. Mac Swiney has taken no food since Aug. 12. VIRGIN WOOL FORConsur.es Growers Perfect Orgaat cation to Eliminate Profile Oa "Shoddy" materials. Helena, Mont, Sept 17. Montana wool growers, through their organi sation perfected at a meeting held here last night will deliver finished blankets and cloth for men's and women's clothing, made from virgin wool, from Montana, to the con sumer, at a price which will elim inate the profits which now prevail between the grower and the con sumer, it was announced, after the meeting. A contract has already been agreed upon between the associa tion and independent woolen mills, making possible the undertaking. WARNING NOTE TO N. Y. FRIEND Edward Fischer Leave Toronto After Mailing Mysterious PostaL Toronto,- Sept 17. Edward Fischer, described as a member of an old New York family, who was staying at a hotel here early this week, left suddenly after he Is al leged to have mailed a postal to George Ketchledge, an Employe of a New York brokerage firm, warn ing him to "get out of Wan street as soonxas the gong strikes at 3 o'clock Wednesday, the 15th." U.S. OFFICALS AWAIT REPORTS Secret Service Operatim Begin Investtgatioa of Hew Terk Exploslea. Washington. Sent 17. Govern ment officials here - today we awaiting reports from their agents as to the cause of yesterdays ex plosion in the New York financial district Investigation wa began Immedi ately by secret office operatives of the treasury, department ot Justice agents, inspectors of the postofflce department and department oi ag riculture experts. Extra precau tions were taken also to guard gov ernment property here, particular ly the treasury building, at a re sult of - reports from New York that the explosion was the result ot a bomb plot; 50 CREDIT EXTEirBKWr. Washington, Sept 17. Extension of credit by the government does not seem warranted by present eoodiUooa, Secretary , Houston stated today, attributing much of the popular clamor for more credit to persons desiring to hold their goods for higher prices. U 1 UHWHUIHU Ur r lUIHLO, PREDICTED BIG BUSINESS IS FLAYED BY COX; PRAISES 'HIRAM' Democratic Nominee Lauds Johnson For His Progressiveism. Sacramento, Calif., Sept )7. In an address here today, opening his California campaign, Governor Cox of Ohio, Democratic presidential candidate, praised Senator Hiram Johnson, Republican, who resides here, as an exponent of progressive ism and again flayed "big business" and Republican leaders supporting Senator Harding. Although they differ fundamental ly on the League of Nations, Gover nor Cox said he admired Senator Johnson for frankness and lack of ambiguity or hypocrisy. , "He and I do not agree on Inter national policies,1' said Governor Cox, at a noon meeting, "but I re spect the man for ''his candor." "I have looked with admiration on the fight which he has made throughout the years against re action. "As an Ohioan. I give yon the as surance that the observations made by a distinguished citizen of our state to the effect that Hiram John son was a blackguard and unfit to associate with decent men, is not the view ot our people. "If the reactionary senatorial oligarchy gains control of , the -government la this campaign, it will so manipulate the power ot patronage that the progressive Republicans will either be compelled to Join an other party or to form one of their own." . . .. I Governor Cox then drew a paral lel between the campaign of 1912 and 1920, saying that in each case progresstvelam, as championed by Roosevelt in the former and John son in the latter, was defeated by the forces of reaction. - Reviewing the 1920 campaign, the speaker said: v "Doubtless, the retnrn ot Barnes Is another evidence ot going back to normalcy." Leaving Sacramento at 1:35 p. m.. the governor was to speak tonight in San Francisco auditorium, where he was nominated in the early morning hours of July 6, last BR. SEDGWICK Murderer of Wife aad Child Refuses to Talk Letters Indicate Men. ' tal Malady. Muskegon, Mich.. Sept 17. (Uni ted Press). Renewed attempts to shake the nonchalance of Dr. Otis W. Sedgwick, held herejin connec tion with the murder of his wife and three-year-old daughter, at Whitehall, Mictu, were made by au thorities today. . Dr. Sedgwick, found in bed in his home at Whitehall when neighbors investigated the murder, has re fused to talk. The Sedgwick' baby was asleep in a crib when the father was found. The infant is one year old. Police said they found letters In the Sedgwick home indicating the father suffered a mental malady which caused temporary insanity. 'BIG BILL' SUES NEWS AND'TRUr Chicago, Sept 17. Two suits for 810,000,000 were filed today on or ders of Mayor William Hale Thompson against the Chicago Tribune, and the Chicago Daily News.- respectively. The suits, ac cording to corporation Counsel 3. A. Ettleson. allege that charges made by these papers in the pri mary campaign that ended Wed nesday have injured Chicago fin ancially. JURY INDICTS LLOYDII.QSC:i Three Cants Against Alleged Xe. -- cetm ef the State's " Beads. Chicago, Sept, 17. Lloyd H. Wil son, arrested at Billings, Montana, last Saturday, la connection with the theft ot bonds in New York, was Indicted by the grad Jury on three counta charging receiving stolen M BLAST Warned Friend by Postal! to 'Get Out of Wan St When Gong Strikes.' , 5tV HamTitea, Oat, Sept (Hatted Press.) Edward P. Fischer, suspected of complici ty in the bomb eatrage fa Wall street yesterday, was arrested la the Bank of Hamilton baOd lngere this meramg by the Hamilton police ea a charge ef insanity. Washington, Sept. t Boports from William J. Flynn, chief of ' the bureau of Investigation ef the department ef Justice, re ceived here today, point eon-" dasher to the fact that the explosion la Kew York was caused by aa anarchist bomb, It was announced teas at the Justice department, New York, Sept 17. Another! "lead" was furnished the authori-l ties by George F. Ketchledge, ao employe of B. F. Schwarts A CoJ who said he received a postcard two days ago from Edward Fisch-i er, formerly employed by the! French high commission. j The card, mailed in Toronto, Ont, Sept. 11, read: j "Greetings: Get out of Wallf street as soon as the gong strikes: at 3 o'clock Wednesday, the 15th.i Good luck." , j Fischer is said also to have wrtH ten a warning to Lieutenant Aih naud of the commission. It waa contained in a plain white envelope and dropped. Into the mail recepta-, de of the commission. . , Thomas Delahaunty, caretaker; of tennis courts, said Fischer told; him two weeks ago "Wall street will be blown up on the 15th." "Fischer is a fine tennis player."" "Did be seem to be really 14; my mf I ou noti hauntyi f a- thai earnest when he warned you to go to Wall street V Delahaunt: was asked. "You bet your life he did," caretaker replied. He was friend ot mine for seven years, and! be often told me that he was thet -friend ot the under dog. He was serious, all right and he didnti want to see me get hurt" "When did you last see him?" He never came back here again,' Delahaunty replied. "He came here that morning apparently to warn me and I never have seen him since. When I heard of the explosion I recalled his warning." "Fischer said: 'Tom, I want to tell you a secret,'" Delahaunty de clared In an interview with the United Press. "We are going to blow up Wall street on the 15th. We've got them where we want them We're going to get England. too. We've got England where wet want them, too.' i "Everybody around here thought) he was kind of crazy. He always took-sides with the bolshevik! and I anarchiats, but nobody took hlmj seriously." . Toronto, Ont., Sept. 17. fUnlted Press.) Edward Fischer, the man alleged to have sent "warning" of an explosion in Wall street, left the Queen's hotel Sept 14 without paying his bill of 311. It was said here he had also stayed at the Queen's -Royal hotel at Niagara on the Lake previously, leaving a bill of 34.75. During his stay at the Queen's he attracted much attention by his violent conversation. To one of the staff he said: "There are four millionaires out! there and I am worth more than) all of them." - t He is also said to have predicted to one of the servants there would! be "an upheaval" in New York on( Thursday. v.i Forest Hills, N. Y, Sept 17. f (United Press.) Mrs. Robert A. Pope, sister ot Edward P. Fischer, former New York tennis star sought in connection with the WaH street explosion, said today she had not heard from him recently and she has no knowledge of his where abouts. She declined to answer i questions concerning her brother. miladelphla, sept 17. tunned Press.) The United States mint) the stock exchange and the gen- era! financial district were guard-i ed today as a precaution against i bomb outrages. Department of, Justice agents said radicals were uaaer surveillance. Watch Chicago Trade Center, j Chicago, Sept 17. (By United I Press.) Plain clothes men were stationed around the Chicago board! ot trade and Rookery building to-, day as a precaution against terror-. Yesterday detectives patrol-. led Chicago's financial section.) The Rookery building contains the' offices of brokers. ; ; j New York, Sept 17 The finan-, ' dal centers of, Am erica's big cttlesj f from coast to coast- are armed! -camps today, with police and prt-i rate sentries posted to guard) against repetition of the myeter-, ious explosion that rocked "Wall' . (Continued on last pagej V. ( ...... . r '" '' "