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   Piqua Daily Call, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1919, Piqua, Ohio                              MIAMI COUNTY'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER-FIRST IN NEWS, FIRST IN CIKCWCATION; 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 is: "What Presi- dent Wilson Do Time Ends. PEAR-ADMIRAL 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 confer-j ence- Hundreds of hidden secret service agents and detectives guard- ed the president as he left the rail- way station. He drove immediately to the peace headquarters, President Poincare of France, who was among those present, hurried for- ward, accompanied by Madame Poln- earn and gave the heartiest greetings to the American executive and his wife. WHAT WILL HE DO NEXT? With ihe arrival of President Wil- son in I'arls today the period of "marking time" came to an end ar.n the iieace delegates will now Into their work with renewed cnegy. Thir, has been one of the quietest -weeks since tlio peace conference oiiened. All have been eagerly availing tun return of President Wilton and one of the upnivnio.it questions hoard to- day "-as: "What will -President Wil- aon do new' Has his Irip home chancc'l mind on any of the. ma- "eriaj President Lands at Brest Bieal, Wilson and Hie with him SA P from the United Status left Brent for Paris al 11 o'clock last nighl. The president and -Mrs. Wilson dhsem- marked from the Ccorso Washington at o'clock. H was a moonlight night. Though numerous decorations had been hung out lu'welcomc ihe 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 .lu-s-.ierciinl, -M. i..cyguGs. minister of marine, and sev- eral oilier of the French governfuenj, .Major General A. llclmick and Brigadier General William W. Harts, louse met the president at the dock. President Wilson was in excellent health, apparently having benefi'ed 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. Leysnes. There was a little flurry of mifU during thn trip from the stcamei1 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 Se- cured by Members ot Bold Gang. (ny Special Leased wire.) Cleveland, March Nickl-j (Tlalc Ii. n. depot hero today is almost a wreck, the result (if a dynamite ex- plosion of early morning safe ciack- ers whose 'outlay tor munitions, po- lice say. no doubt exceeded lln: loot thoy collected. Officials ol the railroad estimate Ihal SII10 and papers were taken from the st'ation sale. The force of the explosion complete llio ticket compartment ol Ihe slalion. Police say il was work of professionals. NOOZIE Commanding General of A. E. V. Reports Ohio Men in Daily Casually List: Washington. Mar. Tho follow- ing casualties amoiiB Ohio men arc today liy Iho commanding general of llm Amoi-ican U.xpodilion- ary Forces: Died from 'Private Harold A. Anderson. Died of disease Private Clarence P. Goodge, Cleveland; Carl A. Most, Ma'tsillon. SECTION TWO Died of accident and other causes Privates James Davin, Saudnsliy; John W. Smith. Firebrick. Died of disease- Capl. Lawrence A. Hrasbcr, Corporal liilxar C. Urnck, Hamilton. Wou-.ided severely- -Soi'gt. eharlcs Murphy, Hello Center. .MARINE CORPFi In hospital (provlomly roporlcil missing) .Mike T. Grncela, Akron. COIIRKCTIONS Died (previously reported mhsiiiB) I'rlvale Carl Bahcock, Sycamore. Wounded slightly (previously re- ported Private" .lolin IT. Rose. Hiininiondsville. Wounded. 'degree undetermined (previously reportcrl mis.siiig) Priv- ate limit R. Nass, Wichliff; Warren P. Reese. Cleveland: Tony Schu- macher. Cincinnati; Charles E. Thorn- fey, Ilrokaw. Hoar-Admiral .loneph Oman, commandant of Ihe Second Naval Dis- trict, with headquarters at Newport, I., will he appointed (Invei-unr nl' tin; Virgin Islands, aci-in-diiiK In ;iu an- nouncement at Ibe N'avy 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 OVERTERRITORY Occupy Purl of Russia In Size Greater Than Vranee In Two Months. (Dy Special Leased Wire.) London, .March .laitnarr nnd February, tin: Bolshevik forces (in nnrlhein leni- ,lory iO'calnr. than .Kranco. said a llulsinfnrs dispatch (oduy nuo- tinB an olllclal Holfhovik in Ibis rcrnrl the HO'l army will reach by Mav I. The Times llolsiimlors covrespnn- cut says Mini the liritish aad Ainuii- crin Ironira hrtilic up 'be olTen- sive iind ilcleated enemy in Ihe Veji'a sector in Hie week' nf March 1. SEEK.WY WMF. Cleveland Socialists Pledge- To SmiiT His Liberation Or (Jo In Jail Him. TAKE New York lliidiciil I'dilor Secures Promise Ariel- Delivery of Ap- peal. Cleveland, March II- I-. addrcsB by .Inliii Heed. S tor of Now Yoi'U. a -Hii pledged "lo set (lone Ii or so In with him." A i-'oodly crowd lijid leathered in hear Heeds radical spwrli. The pledge came aflcr il. The auditor's rosi; mil ending i Iholr right bands in lln- air SWIKI-. (hey would gel Debs DIM m- join him. Debs soon will enter 'ipnn ,i In ye-n- i-isoii sentence for Ins acllvilies against the war. Praises Cleveland, March may be bis farewell aitiiross Imrin-u be bosius serving a lo .'car sen'jenni imposed by the fnUcral i-nuj-i on n clKirm> of violating Ihe aci, Ungcne V. Delis. Socialist leader, up- held the Bolshevist rub- in Russia   :irms. "Ivvcry day." sabl Mie "we road 'CiBrniany or balks al forms" Whal are wr lo do Siianlt Germany1.' 'I'l.fll laltes force." Tivn I'lmia yomiK Williiu- Man. ami Kobni-l licll. arc in trouble! nln, iil'lcr Just liolnt! rclriHed fi-inn a scnipi! nf a fuw (lay JIRD by Ihc pnlii-c, and (ulii'ii In Ti-ny Ibis by liumiini! (Unyil Kmllh, wlu'i-t: limy will be taken linfnrc the Jiivcnll conrl. Hiiiilic and (iril. nllh or Inn other ynuiifistuis nf thin cily took trip to Ihc. schiiiil'hoiisi; Insl Wrrlnosday ninbl, whein a npuil- Ing mulch In and OIK- Ihuru In havu pruwcilcil lo up Ihn pinmam. to tluiir ri amwumenl and tbo .diKiioiiitliiib'i! uf 'Ihu.HlnduiiUi ami Kiii'dalnrns, A.nlnmnlillcs parked alinnl tlio Imlld- iiiK woi'i! Hr.rlhbhjd nvi'r wllh rbaltc.iio- laoliif; tlir'in in a cniLsblc'i-jLbh! e.vlrmi Iliilli inn) (l.-il. rolnsi'il In nanm an) nf tlio olhiT bnys lmidlrali.il liOirii Irom MM; hlnti scluuil Ibis mornliii;   lo Iholr drain alimu Ilie lln.In- d.'n l.in- dim this aflornoim. Tliey were a ilraKKlod i-ii'w with wri.-is handcuffed loRi'llhir h.-liiiiil ih.tii- Tboy u'i'ri! heavy KIIII nl. WILL MEET IN WASHINGTON I'arU, Mnreh llr.ni Im; of llin Inlin-milloiinl t.nhnr Con- fi'ienre. liislltnli'd nudnr thn smplcon n! 1b.' pciii-i' ennfin-cnco. will hn heel in Washington In Oi-lohor, If (Im Unit- I'll Hlati's u-.iv'crniiKVil will cutiAOnl in rouvcnii II. Will Solve Problem Then' la an opinion In well juforiiij I'd I'lirlos that the CoiHUntliiopJo prohldin wniild he solved If-thn Unit- eil Sliiliiq would luko ovor nmndatory control of Tiu-liey iui.1 Mm Lnafiim of Niillnnii, Iho 1'iii-ln (Million of tlio doii Dally Mall nllitnl today. Tlihi said Ilial It in tlii di'idin nf MIC llrlllvh Ibat llio Unites: Klulns assiimi' Ihh obligation. REV J. H. GROSS ALL S. S. WORKERS AT SERVCE Connl.v Ol'liccrs IU'qiK.'.sk'd lo he I 're-sen I ill I'rc.shy- lerraii CI lernoon. Irh Sunday A'C- MORE SAFEGUARDS FOR MINliWORKERS President Hay Ohio Dislrirl Needs. ol' Easlern Points Out THE FELLOW THAT WORKS MARP-BEC-AU5t HE LIKES TO WORK ORGANIZE BOY SCOUTS. Akron. March are under in Hoy Seoul circles bore to or sanixe a scout fraternity, taking I- every iiicnibcr of the !n (lie county. The purpose is for more enicieiit work. The fratoniilv zalion will be social as well as bene- ficial lo those who are training foi- st-out oflicials. A bainiuol is snoti lo be held at which each scout vril] bring a soldier or ,t sailor as SPEEDING UP. Newark, March comi- ty's coniinon pleas conrl doekel v.'hlch has been "array hebind" is being dis- posed of rapidly- As one newspaper- man puts It. cases arc taken from "slow fire juries and lo a rapid lire jintKO.' There arc cases on the docket Ihat 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 Ihe Victory loan on April -D al Minneapolis4 an.l St. 1'iinl, he announced Inilay. POST IS GROWING. Marion, March I Tost No. 117. A. II., named after the Cooper brothers, four of whom were killed duriiiK the Civil war, is the-only Cii-and Army post in the country the mcmhersliin of which is Inere.isliiK slcad of decreasing. During the Paul year Ihe post losl only one mcmbci by death, while Us membership hi been increased considerably. Coonei posl now has a membership of 88 ami ot these 2-1 are pasl four score. T Rain In Mouth and snow or x rain In north, nortlou lonlylil x nnd Saturday. Warmov Sal- x urday and on novtli and west x portions tonight. Strong x eaat winds. UNDER SUSPICION. Akron. March 14- -Police havo lialiiin liie ilescriplion I'nmpannccl Demico. who Is wanted for Ihe murder of I'alrnlinnn Werno lust Sunday moniiiiK. Ho was arroKt- oil at Junction Ohio, as ho xlnlfghled from x two forolgnors freight train. The captnrod alter throo x pollco officers had boon shot; aro hold x to the grand Jury without lioll, cliarg- with first degree murder. PET CAT SAVES FAMILY. 1'oltsville. Pn.. March o the pnt cat awakened Stanley Tulca vlch to find that his home was on lire lly making a rope out of the bei clolhcs liiircly managed to so 1MB family oul of the house in tlmo. PRICE WILL SPEAK. iKant Livorpool, March tiencral .lohu'G. Prfco has accepted the'lnvltntlon of tlie local lodsc of lOlka to make an address at tho big Klk hnnquol to be held Tuesday night Nfarcli -18, Vormer Congressman Cnrr will also make an address. .Hellairc. March 11-That (lie leuis- lalnre enact laws pniviilltiK lor fur- ther safeguards lor mine and especially Hint more mine Inspec- tors iirovideil. is beiiiK nvfiud by Eastern Ohio miners. In conviclion hero, as a means of icdnciiiK the num- ber of fatal accidents. 1'residenl William Roy pointed out thai, more than a funrlh of the fatal accidents in Hie mines of Ohio last year occurred iu llelminil county alone Of-the 1-lt mine fatalities Iu llllS. were reported from Ibis county and U2 from Jefferson county. "This convention should insist up- on Ihe industrial commission appoint- ing a larger number of mine inspec is the Btalcnicnt of Vice Presi- dent 'Frank l.edvmu. GIRL PRISONERS MAKEGOOD ESCAPE EITecl (ielawiy in Colum- bus and Still Are at Large. ffiy Special Leased Wire.) Columbus, .March l-l dun- dcrman. 17, confessed Hlayer of liar lover, Leo Martin, in and Vallcrlc .Madison, sent up from Yonnestown for sraiid larceny, escap- ed from the coHiiKC of tbo juvenile rcHOarcii bureau between 3 and l o'clock Thm-flday morning, II becami1 known today. Ili'lli arc. M large. ON COURTGIARGES 'J'clcgrani From Sail City Secures His 1'recdoin -I'llin V. Jillchcll. nl Kail, l.iikn CUy, roloannd ycislciday aflprinioii from Ibr colllily jail 111 Tnijr by Hborlll Urn llci'i-nn Ihn rcccipl nf a inli'Kraiii linm sviisli'rii cily KlKiind by Sliorllf Jiilm H. Cnrlnss as I'nllnWK: IliMi'iisn .MHHiMI (.invei nor In IHSIIO r-xlradllinn papciii. .Mile-boll, wlin was in ibis rlty allfu-iinon (-hi'0 of I'olicn 
                            

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