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   Piqua Daily Call, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1919, Piqua, Ohio                                The Favorite Home. Pape'r MIAMI COUNTY'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER-FIRST IN NEWSyllRST IN FIRST JN THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOpft THE PIQUA DAILY CALL Largest Circulation of Any Newspaper in Miami County. Latest 'News The Earliest VOLUME XXXVI PIQUA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, ARRANGEMENTS BEING MADE FOR TRIBUTES TO UK PAID TO HERO AT HOME IN AL- LIANCE. POISONED FOOD KILLS THREE MORE Names of Three Oilier 'Victims of Tainted Eond Are Giv to Find the Cnuse. PRETTY MARY OFFICIATES IN PAGIFJ.C FLEET RAISING; GEOROT2 WASH 1NGTON PENNANT-PBRSENTED TO TRXAS f i (By Special. Wlro.) Alliance; 0. An'g the death mil of the'fatal, dinner at Lakeside Cnnntry Club raised to'llve, efforts to- day worn direcled toward tlui identifi- cation of the dcalli dealing poison. Chemical analyses, alone will probably determine its source. 'Following an atnpsy today Iho sto- macli of Robert tloninss, waiter will lie sent In Cleveland lor analyses. Samples oE botli tbe turkey anil the .olives from the dinner table .will lie analyzed. Corohor McQuate said to- t'.sy that no post mortem examination would, be made in the eases'of Cpl. Weybi-ecdl, Mrs. William A. tiahris, and John 0. Sharer, ot Alliance, who died last night. Araiigcments were 'under -way to- day fov the funeral Col. Weybrecht I'ridrty. tl McRlroy, of Mausllold. chef at the cltih, died hist niglit. He is said to have eaten threp, olives served at the dinner and which Can- ton .physicians say probably were pre- served in wood alcohol. Alliance, 0.. Afig.- ser- vices Cor Colonel Charles A: Woy- former- adjutant general- of (lie Ohio national'guard, who recent- ly relumed Franco, who died as n result of poisoning from tire ef- fects of eating unwholesome fond served at a banquet in Canton Sat- urday will ha Irald liere on Fri- day afternoon. Military honors will 1m paid Ihe tKsiingurshed officer, and fellow of- of the old Hightli Ohio, for- merly President. McKinloy's own, will alrend and be honorary pall- bearers. The colors of the h infantry. nrr.jcnt.oi! loVCplonel Weybrecht, by (he Alliance Kotary club, will hvs carried in the funeral cortege. are at half mast in Alliance for Colonel Weybrecht and at Sa- brins for Mrs. He'cn SebriiM Oah- ri.i. S3 years old. daughter of a pot- tevy manufacturer. The Dead Tiie death list haj been to four and besides Weybrecht find 'Mrs. C.iihris, John C. Sharer, a jeweler, of Alliance, aivl lha colored waiter. Dob .Jennings. The list of those critically ill arc: Mrs'. John Sharer. par alyx.ed ami recovery doubtful. Louis H. Brush, newspaper -pub- Usher of Salem and East Liverpool. Mrs. Louis El. Brush. Mrs. 'Clem Bates, Alliance. Mrs. Ellj's Sanford, Alliance. D. MeElboy. chef, l.akeslile Country Cl.nli. Oharled Oiey, waiter, LaUesirte Country club. Tliero a difference of opinion among the physicians a's to which of the several articles of food caused tbn, poisoning. Dr. John T. Phillips, of Cleveland, says it is his' opinion tbat the deaths were duo to toxic poisoning and tbat this could come only from meat, while Dr. .1. P. wia and chili officials are of the opinion that the poisoning wn's caused Ijy olives which were (alcen to the'clubhouse by Mrs. Guliris, as only the guests at !iev table became ill. Tie. Dcwitt says the poisoning is like tbat which comes from drink- ing wood alcohol. MEMORIAL FOR WEYBRECHT Columbia. O., Aug. ma morial exerciser, in iionov of the laic Col. 0. C. Weybrecht, former adju- tant general of Ohio, wili be hold at ia state house Monday afternoon. This announcement was made lodiy by Adjutant Clcneral Layton. All ifficars and men ot tho Ohio National Guard are invited. The exercises will follow a cere- mony, on the west front of the capi- lol, Edward-P. Glenn, formerly commander, will present, to Adjiilunt General Layton the coloi-a and flajw, more Minn 30, of the regi- ments of the 83d division. Several thousand members of the division are expected to attend. SIXTH VICTIM DIES. John. C. Sharer, 40, 'died at noon today, uvins- 'ng- Hie of the fatal dinner party u lire Lakeside cluh, Saturday to six. Mrs. Willard Sanford, of city, an. Mlier victim, became suddenly worse -oday and gravo feai-s are entertained 'or her recovery. NOOZIE ITSG-ETTING-SO ft MURDER. STORV LOOKS AS BIG- AS THE.UJAR i. X A I X V I I IwX XXX J Showers probably toniglit and in j IX X f. I'Stx X..X XXX I-X-.-1 Marion Cotinly Fanner Murders Her Falh- er and Himself. HE WAS JEALOUS Domestic Troubles Cause Separation After Short Wedded Life. Marion, Aug. hy blood- hounds, facing arrest after billing for hours in a little clump of bushes In.a woods five miles north of here, Har- vey Berry, ased 2S, yesterday after- noon turned a revolver upon himself a. few hours after he hail murdered liis young wife, aged and her rather, Charles .Masaie, aged 50. iBerry and his" wife were' married here in -February, a short lime after ho returned from overseas, where he hail fought in many battles in tho world war. For a few weeks they 'ived together, but. according, in wit- nesses, 'lievry was of a very jealous disposition and domestic troubles in- tervened. In Hie wring they sepa- rated, the young wife -returning lo live with her parents near an inter- urban slop at the north edge of this city. Yesterday forenoon while Mrs. Ber- ry was wailing in front of her home lo take the inlennlian car her Inis- nand drove mi in a bnsgy. Alighting from ihe rig, he di-c.w a shotRnn from the vehicle, ami leveling it at Ills wife blew her head off. Mr. Massie. who was wor'niug near by, heard the shot and rnsheil for- ward, (lorry drniipcil him wild a shot in the head, jumped hack into the biigfiy anil made off nt a high rale 'of speed. Neighbors rushed lo Mr. Massie's relief. He died while on (lie way In -the A sheriff's posse, aided by blood- hounds, set out in pursuit of llerly, the trail leading a few miles atony n country road and then across fields to a small thicket. His hlc'lng place discovered, licrry shot himself, with tho bloodhounds only a few feet dis- tant. lie was dead when tlic sher- iff's poasc reached him. Mrs. Chprlcs Massie and three child von wore visiting friends at Ironton. Secrelin-y of the Navy Joscphus Daniels, Mary 1'ickford, noled innvin alar, nml Admiral llilp.l, Kodninn Ji; of the new Pacilic Meet, photographed on (he deck of the Tcxus shortly after I'retiv llurv hid Mi" Washington Pennant won by the Texas in tlic Loan 1-ampiilnn. Tiio pennant is Min'tlar down 1 v nnrT uliimri nn ...l.m. rt .1 i it nj ic pennnn s ieai; down porf George Washmstoh when the vesso] curried President Wilson lo nml from Mm IVan. was made niton Ihe recent arrival nl fleet on the Pacific CuaM im ,'i Members of Kighly-lhird Di- vision lo Mccl til bus S Isl. PRESENT COLORS General Laylon lo Receive Balllc from Major General Glenn. Columbus, O.. Aug. plan's for the big S3rd Division reunion and the ceremony of turning over the col- ors -to the Adjutant General or the itaic. of Ohio havo been arranged. As previously stated this reunion will take place at. Columbus, Ohio, Labor Day, September 1, IMfl. Tbe ictnal presentation of (lie colors io the mate will start at 2 p. in. on the ivest aide of Hie capitol After the colors have tinon as- sembled on inc center of Hie steps, Major General Edwin F. Glenn will [ircsent fjie colors to the Adjutant "renccal of Ohio. The colors Iroar ers of the SSnl Division will turn over tliejr colors lo the Veterans of the ivil war, wlio will escort them lo their final reeling place ill the capi- :ol building. V The regimenlal Ijnndii of the -10111 infantry, Camp Sherman, Columbus 3arracks and the Drum and'Trumpet Corns of the Old Ouaril will furnish nusic th9 ceremony. The following is the program a.s ilanned: a. m., mass c.ill. SiaJe House grounda. p. m.- formation of Iroops at .he plaeeK designated, on nrojd street, east of Third. Headn.uarler.-i, IGCth Infantry Drig- 332nd Infanlry, 331st Infantry, Headriuprters. ICSth Infantry lirigatlc, Infanlry, 330td Infantry. On. the north norlh '.ilile of Stale street, Hast of Third Hea.i- qiiarters.. 158th Kiehl Arlillory, 322nd Field Arlillsry. S23rd Field Artillery, 321th l-'ichl Artillery, SOSlli Ainmnni- ion Train, .IfiSth Trench Motor tery. To assemble on the South side of State street, East of Third 322m! Engineers, 323rd Machine (Inn Uattalioii, 308lh field Signal llatalion. SOSth Sanlta.-y Train and MilitaryjPollcc. i All formation will ho in column' of-squads. The Jea-atns units, instil 'ield Artillery and Infantry. Brigade will move .it p. m. and ako their as marked, ilirect- y in front of the west steps of .'npltol. ns soon as all Iroops are In ilace, which will lie at p. m. Iho 'mprc'riSlve ceremony of lurnlng ;n he colors .will begin. DRY HEAD, Hast Liverpool, Aug. 0. Sellers, at one time called tbo kins of boolleKKOiM, was appointed maun-. Pfcr of the Shelby Coimly dry fedcr- itlon with hoadquarteis' ,U Sidney. Xellcra ivas converte.i In ifus nt a Hilly Sunday ineoting. CAMP FOR BOY SCOUTS. Lancaster, Aug. clll- :en-j have purchased a ten-acre tract on Iluslicrcok as a permanent camp site for their hoy aconls. They will erect a dining liall and dormitory. Rev, S, M. Martsdorn ivf scoutmaster. llsicyrus. Aug.' t'liiwlord t'oiinty Agricultural .-inciety liiis srl aside ;ls "Hiildims1 and Sailors' Day" at I ho rminly fair. All men in nnifo'in. m- who unycnl their discliarse iKipeis from llu! iv- cent tt-nr with   .-ulopled. Wlilln thrj Kliitc law only permits ormai! lo be taught above the firados, yet no bnolc.i were selected. Colleges and may teach It, acctirilini; lo Mr. Wi-ann. far he has heard of no -.inch action on HIM part of any -schools. There was no opposition from any innl facility men to Mie omission. Mr, Wiison said lli.it in ;iin opinion II wfll be sonic yean before Cctnian Is lined In 111" sclmnls. MYSTERY GIRL IDENTIFIED Tiffin, filailys llrown floodpaslor. known as Hie my.Uery Hirl since her arresi three weeks awn for fnriicry, was Identillod ami h now on liw ivay In her home in Lexing- ton, li.ii- Idenlity was cslab- llshcd by J. A. Hdsc. Lexington ,it- H'.i'j wns ailmltlcd lo pa- role affei- sentenced to irenl- icntiary. WILL REPLACE NQSE. Allooiia, i'a., AIIR, The of her nose biilcn off by horse, Calher- Ino Minerlck, Hixteen, has cnlored a hu.tpit.il, whern e.v- pcct to fix up the iifjiiry. Skin will ho j (alien from llio girl's forearm, molded In ,lhe of a nosn and grafted I over Mio mutilated -area. ALHIN SAYS I'KKSim-NT WILSON PER- SONALLY IJI-tiAN NI-XiOTlATlONSATTMKKNI) CANNOT AmRMAWRITTOI PACT of llu- I'nilcd Males Inlo War Prcvonli-d President 1'iMiii Compact Known, Illy l.i'iisi'd Wfiv.) 'nris. Ans. 27.- I'lorn' Alliln. ilu- JiKlniHlinl wlm ycsliMibiy divlaml Ihnl Wihuill had ''III. -i.'.l ulii an in rMT tiidny snid: "I nniliH-iii.ind Ihal WM- in iiursiinully lipt-lin iii'Kollniliins with .Inpim ;it Mii> end of Ilili; a-.i purl n' 111" Am.'rii-aii pnlicy nf bnlwc'rll till' Ullit.'il mil I alilvui Hnil n ivrillrn irciiiy wiia rmnpli'li'd, Inn is-.snlil in have no fur (lint Japan bus .ipuc- nl in Cdlini in vii'tt of her .cojri'uiiliical relul itmnhiii. 'I'he nc- -ur.l wits IIL Chirm'.; lulei-csl lii'enim1 Us ami limmrial Kiiiu-iiiili'i'd Tim nilry nf 111" Inlo Mie win- pri'Venlml CALL GOMPERS TO NATIONAL CAPITAL ixcculivc Council of Ainer- 'iavn I'Ydcration1' of' lo Mecl Tlmrsda.y. (liy Spi'Miil Leased Wire.) New Vnrli, ioinpei'.i .ni.l Dante] .1. Tuldn. who lihn mi HID rili were siiniiiiijiiud to uHt-nd ,111 xluiorilliKiry imvlhii; of Ilic exern- ivis council nf ihe Aniiirliriin I'V.lcr.i- liin (if l.iilmr In Inniiir- ow loi-cniiiiii. It l.i expected Mini al mei-liiu Ihii railroad mil nluul will In; ilm principal mal- m's dealt, with. n[ Immediate Iruulilr! in K! sled IniliiHtiT lii wlilith urki'iii lire thriiiHenliig Htrlke, :nv. low lonilerrf of llin workers aid lii" I'riisidr-ni from iliviilititih' tin pact H'al rcviim fnr Mr. J.ISHU 10 tin- ECONOMY PROGRAM RWS ENGLAND ManiiCaclnrf of Explosives IVadirally lias Ceased in (fly Spi-clul Wire.) London, An- maniiiaclurn of i-Milriiivrs in Krllan Ml'lllly priiiiii.ncs icir nalloiial ncou- niiiy, II iMiinicd iticlny. mi. "ilrnlly bus W111. rncl bin nrmy, mivy mid nit- i.iiilmiitiisi. 'Itiidical miw uiiiniiiiiiy ini.iiHiijTM ani miid M I'orthi'iiiiiliii; siiiin. TIE UP TRAFFIC. Kllll l-'lii'icijsr-o, Cnlll'., A 'rain rUTVii-d in tbe nnlKliLi world vas coiMplcii'ly llerl hern today H HIR of Hi" sympathetic wlrlkc if railway v.-oriiitrii v.-hli-li Inlil lieDli IP cnasl f.....l I.IM An- 'eltfri wliori! lii.! airlkr- liiir.-n in iif-nrlv n wrick. DR. Z. B. CAWPEELL DIES. Cnliiinbii.-i, 27. il'.vitli HK.V. II. Camphnll, fornrer lialriiiaii iif (lie siatr- civil scrvi'-e niTiirri'd herd Mils tuoru- M.-'. Dr. Caiiiplii'irK foniiltlnu, d-ie o caiic.-fr, iiarl liiirn for siv Snprcnuv Jnslicbs Uphold Conrl.s in Pork Seizure (liy Lrasrn Wire.) CnhunhuH, IJiOoldiUK llio cmi-Hlllntliiiiiillly of Hie Olilo pold iiliiriiKU net (lie Bliito (suprctno court Ifiiliiy afi'Jjyiied .of MID l''ruifjtlln coiinlry court nf about 7f. loiln of pork' held In n Ini-al cold plant boyon-J Mi'! iimji jiei'iiili. iirnwrllwil ny till-' '.Htor.lKC liny. of ini-BH iinanllflon of fdotl nliilTrf. allKifod m have been held In cold sloniHii bcyoml tho time llnlft of llu: Obio ciilil sioraRi! act, ara ox- pcrd'rl to place MiroiiKlidut Olilo ns ;i remilt of tire 'rfiipreme court's decision. BLAZE AT DELAWARE. Delaware, Ann. lire offi- cials live In'vmlU-ailiiK a caiiiMid ilnnniKi! lo couit hnusi! The llri. ulartcit 111 a. corner nf din vl'lilch wan lock- ed TAKE RECORDS. Delaware, Aun. phono- graph records, some iflmll; lead pfiiicils wet.; xtolnii when Ihlovcs broke Inlo ihe "school ImililliiK lliroiiiili ii lire nacaim dour" from which :i hofil; limi l.-ien (inlled out. How tlic Cliiiiosc Combat the Higli Cost of f H...........T n A travelling soup Uilclien In. Ihe slroois of Kin-Chan, China. Travbiiln'g dlcliuiiH, fiiuillnr to the one shown aided tlic poorer'fcl'nDs lir Ihb ''dlncac cities in their light against iho. increased cost ot foodstuffs'. ;p i   

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