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Piqua Daily Call, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1919, Piqua, Ohio MIAMI COUNTY'S GREATEST IN NEWS FIRST IN FIRST IN THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE The Favorite Home Paper THE PIQUA DAILY CALL Official Than Three Times the Circulation of A ny Other Newspaper in Miami County Latest News The Earliest VOLUME XXXVI PIQUA OHIO FRIDAY MARCH M 11.015 No 125 AMERICAN EXECUTIVE ARRIVES IN FRENCH CAPITAL TO COMPLETE HIS WORK AT PEAC CONFERENCE EVERYBODY IS ASKING ONE QUESTION Thought Uppermost in Every Mind What dent Wilson Do Time Ends OMAN TO BE GOVERNOR OR VIRGIN ISLANDS By Special Leased Paris Mar welcomed by tho populace President Wilson ar- rived in Paris at noon today to com- plete his labors at the peace Hundreds of hidden secret service agents and detectives ed the president as he left the way station He drove immediately to the peace headquarters President Poincare of France who was among those present hurried for- ward accompanied by Madame earn and gave the heartiest greetings to the American executive and his wife WHAT WILL HE DO With arrival of President son in today the period of marking time came to an end the delegates will now Into their work with renewed Thir has been one of the quietest since peace conference All have been eagerly availing tun return of President Wilton and one of the questions hoard day What will aon do new Has his Irip home mind on any of the President Lands at Brest Wilson and Hie with him SA P from the United Status left Brent for Paris al 11 o'clock last The president and Wilson marked from the Washington at o'clock H was a moonlight night Though numerous decorations had been hung out return of the president his reception was en- tirely without ceremony Those who went aboard the George Washington 10 extend their greetings were the French Ambassador to the United States and Madame minister of marine and eral oilier of the French Major General A and Brigadier General William W Harts louse met the president at the dock President Wilson was in excellent health apparently having by his period of rest since lie left hero on February 15 The presidential party came ashore 011 an American tug and while on board Mrs Wilson was presented wl n a bouquet by M There was a little flurry of during thn trip from the but this lasted only a short limn SOLDIER REST THY Charge Almost Completely Wrecks Nickle Plate-De- pot at Cleveland LITTLE LOOT Cost of Munitions Estimated Greater Than Cash cured by Members ot Bold Gang ny Special Leased wire Cleveland March Ii n depot hero today is almost a wreck the result if a dynamite ex- plosion of early morning safe ers whose outlay tor munitions lice say no doubt exceeded loot thoy collected Officials ol the railroad estimate Ihal and papers were taken from the sale The force of the explosion complete ticket compartment ol Police say il was work of professionals Commanding General of A E V Reports Ohio Men in Daily Casually Washington Mar Tho ing casualties Ohio men arc today liy Iho commanding general of llm ary Died from Private Harold A Anderson Died of disease Private Clarence P Goodge Cleveland Carl A Most SECTION TWO Died of accident and other causes Privates James Davin John W Smith Firebrick Died of Capl Lawrence A Corporal C Hamilton Murphy Hello Center MARINE In hospital missing Mike T Akron Died previously reported Carl Sycamore Wounded slightly previously re- ported Private lolin IT Rose Wounded degree undetermined previously ate limit R Nass Warren P Reese Cleveland: Tony macher Cincinnati Charles E fey Oman commandant of Second Naval Dis- with headquarters at Newport I will he appointed nl tin Virgin Islands In iu an- at Ibe Department iu lie will take the place of Rear-Admiral lames II Oliver retired who was recently relieved from Hint duty and returned lo the retired list BOLSHEVIKS TAKE Occupy Purl of Russia In Size Greater Than In Two Months Dy Special Leased Wire London March nnd February Bolshevik forces in lory than said a dispatch an in Ibis the army will reach by Mav I The Times cut says Mini the aad crin up be sive enemy in sector in Hie week nf March 1 WMF Cleveland Socialists To His Liberation Or Jo In Jail Him TAKE New York Secures Promise Delivery of peal Cleveland March I- by Heed S tor of Now a pledged lo set lone Ii or so In with him A crowd leathered in hear Heeds radical The pledge came il The auditor's rosi mil ending i right bands in air hey would gel Debs DIM m- join him Debs soon will enter i In i-isoii sentence for Ins against the war Praises Cleveland March may be bis farewell be bosius serving a lo car imposed by the on n of violating aci V Delis Socialist leader held the Bolshevist in Russia TO BE MEAD OF NAVAL INTELLIGENCE til me were old fossils GENERAL GLENN A R to and as foremost nl Ilie Delis said Iho judges or tile Stales who have never decided to tho prison term Ita t he faces he his opposition lo the law violated lite war was in progress Announcement was of a ing Lu be held hero to pro test against the of and to lo obtain llin of all political prison A Jilg of and accents nf Iho there was no el disorder Plan Wide Protest Akron 0 March was matin today that plans tor a nation wide demonstration In ol V Socialist leader wlin IK under sentence ol Ml for of the act wure laid at a hold ill home of Margaret leading woman of present were Dobs John Bolshevik America from ami Hinn loader tiom Ireland IV was In him 10 Admiral William M Himson as Chief nf has il of Naval i in u fr Admiral will bis oml of llin repin I TO JUVENILE COURT Charged C Our Today In- More Dangerous Than hi lie Says liy Special Leased Wire March a more than faced since 1311 said Major Central win F Glenn general of tbo who Ohio A U In time of onn bas a common lick Mm we hn a proposition and unless we are very may win peace Insl day sabl Mie we road or balks al forms Whal are wr lo do force Man ami arc in nln Just a nf a fuw lay JIRD by Ihc and In Ibis by limy will be taken the conrl and or Inn other nf thin cily took trip to Ihc Insl whein a Ing mulch In and In havu lo up Ihn to ri and tbo uf ami parked in a inn In an nf Irom MM Ibis latov In humane id Iho cily DISPATCH OF BARBARITIES UY THEM ON IN MANY EXECUTED Meeting of Labor Conference Maybe in Washington Next October lly Leaned Mar women Reds nt and scalped nnd hen r thr its Rotterdam dispatch lo tbo Daily lodiiy More than crs have been Berlin Jails Tho prisons aro SING AS THEY MARCH Miir II 1 prisoners lo drain Ilie dim this were a with handcuffed heavy nl WILL MEET IN WASHINGTON Im of llin Con- thn 1b will hn heel in Washington In If Im I'll will in II Will Solve Problem Then la an opinion In well juforiiij I'd that the he solved eil would luko control of Mm of Iho Million of doii Dally Mall today said Ilial It in nf MIC Ibat obligation REV J H GROSS ALL S S WORKERS AT SERVCE lo he I I ill CI Irh Sunday MORE SAFEGUARDS FOR President Hay Ohio Needs ol Points Out THE FELLOW THAT WORKS HE LIKES TO WORK ORGANIZE BOY SCOUTS Akron March are under in Hoy Seoul circles bore to or a scout fraternity taking I- every of the lie county The purpose is for more work The will be social as well as lo those who are training A is lo be held at which each scout bring a soldier or t sailor as SPEEDING UP Newark March ty's pleas conrl doekel has been array is being dis- posed of As one man puts It cases arc taken from slow fire juries and lo a rapid lire There arc cases on the docket have been hansing lire for years and thoy are beiiiK golton out of ho way OPENS AT MINNEAPOLIS March of the treasury lass will start his speaking behalf of Victory loan on April al St he announced POST IS GROWING Marion March I Tost No 117 A II named after the Cooper brothers four of whom were killed the Civil war is Army post in the country the of which is of decreasing During the Paul year post losl only one by death while Us membership hi been increased considerably now has a membership of 88 ami ot these are four score T Rain In Mouth and snow or x rain In north x nnd Saturday x and on and west x portions tonight Strong x eaat winds UNDER SUSPICION Akron March havo Demico who Is wanted for murder of Werno lust Sunday Ho was oil at Junction Ohio as ho from x two freight train The alter throo x officers had boon shot aro hold x to the grand Jury without with first degree murder PET CAT SAVES FAMILY Pn March o the pnt cat awakened Stanley Tulca to find that his home was on lire lly making a rope out of the bei managed to so family of the house in PRICE WILL SPEAK March has accepted of tlie local of lOlka to make an address at tho big Klk to be held Tuesday night -18 Vormer Congressman will also make an address March lie enact laws lor ther safeguards lor mine and especially Hint more mine tors is beiiiK by Eastern Ohio miners In hero as a means of the ber of fatal accidents William Roy pointed out thai more than a of the fatal accidents in Hie mines of Ohio last year occurred iu county alone mine fatalities Iu were reported from Ibis county and U2 from Jefferson county This convention should insist on industrial commission ing a larger number of mine is the of Vice dent Frank GIRL PRISONERS ESCAPE in bus and Still Are at Large Special Leased Wire Columbus March l-l 17 confessed of liar lover Leo Martin in and Madison sent up from for larceny ed from the of tbo juvenile bureau between 3 and l o'clock morning II known today arc M large ON From Sail City Secures His V nl Kail CUy from Ibr jail 111 by Urn Ihn nf a linm cily by H as nor In wlin was in ibis rlty of and ol In mi bu Ilial till was a and Ibat In: bail Mini hnd kept several ami in a safi Imx in a City ban with nnd parly a Ill's other nl the bonds vault and when Mitchell bis away ami cast I hit woman had a M A of will Im III al nt Ibis en nir i Ihal in world in nnd if ban u In and II in ii nf All who avail uP Ilie March Hilb nl be I place will fit away in 11 n limy havo lie I is bandied 111 n liy an All ministers Sunday and ol iiro it I Iu tie present I1 i1 dales will have F Ilie lupins al il fin his arrest for Ilie nf Ilie which In reality lie said she had WILL MAKE ICE Alliance March plum tho company will n converted Inlo an Ice of W Ions dally Work n is under way BORAH IS COMING March advices are to Ihc effect bat will speak In Ibe of nations and that he may In- ed by Senator who rl in defense of EVERYBODY HELP Canton March American lied Cross will conduct a campaign March 21 and 111 for Iho of securing donation of clothing pounds or more to ho sent lo llin sufferers of tho penn war AUTO CLUB TO MEET Tho Miami County Cli will meet In Iho Chamber of Coi rooms al o'clock x GUARDSMEN X SAIL FOR HOME x March 13 via Paris x March first Ihc x division made X up of Ohio Guard x troops linn sailed for the x ted States r IS INTERESTING Kor Work to be Dune in Near T IJ of In- V nnd nf ess men wlin Iho on of V M f A al minis Wednesday and ivial In tills city bile fter me of conventions vcr liy any nl tlic inn lo win by mi ml the day irl program o bo Y work for Ibc r i hi assemblage In a strong and Will he ill on Sunday Tor Time in Year liev loin II of the of he In his on for thn lime Iu n your Mr Im lo word by iu In New York curly In Ilie a year of Y work and in Ills ol llm and ban many III and Miami county who will welcome tinle Iri country mid nfy PLANS COMPLETE Annual Spring Work sion of lo be Held in April from 11 ho to Iho upon a of of I wo hundred Valley of ion Masons will hold annual sprint work In Dayton on day ami April II in and II The work of tho day will at I o'clock Iu the afternoon with nn mission for dinner al and for day with Iho con- ferring of Mill In en The work on al sauin nnd the conferring of afternoon he an II thorn will bo i pros ram of mimic and Informal ad- HIM in thn of Iho Thn will all bo tho di- of John II There ho special nicotines under llm of K It and ii id of the Scottish male choir Hllo HAVE INCOME TAX -1 FORMS FOR FARMERS It Is Ihc pian to tlin re- iris from thn to place Y M Iu every place nf il Is al all At lime there aro In slate of a population of or over havs no Y Of icr al Mie recent convention M of hal made known bat a Y be and Is after and working hard for remain ing il cities Tim Y work from Iho shown at convention Is bound to Us boom Hie coming year and In a unlike the of years tbo period for with reluming from service overseas and on camp they thorn will Join ami it will bo their aim thai their smaller brother and brothers get into work ol Commerce Also lias 01 her Blanks The Chamber of Commerce bus received a limited of in- come form IB tlin farm schedule It Is necessary for farmers lo a farm schedule when send IP their lux As long as he supply lasts the of morce will no lo furnish these The of alao u small of form 1010 which Is for Incomes In of and of less than which It will ho to furnish of It la that all in- come lax reports with at least one fourth or the amount tax be In the malls
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