Sandusky Register, Ohio-p.1-27 July 1934, part 2

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of by Co fell and had a him B, and out and the S29 the of police regarded Good Hayes* Son Dies Col. Webb C. Hayes; 78, son of Rutherford' B. Hayes, nineteenth President of the United States from 1877 to 1881, died yesterday at Marion Marion after more than a year's illness Hayes served in the Spanish American American and World Wars, and toon the congressional medal of honor in his own right HAYES DIES STARTS ON PAGE ONE obtained 68- Mrs; from alive the committee; all and is communities. the for Costs' perM. .3413 .2100 .3327 .2250 .1856 costs Beach, $.2100; Depr., f.220S; 1,250,000 percent and rate county would the $1,552.50. $1,662.50, was It or when at $120 $2.50 the This, for for selis that uncle, Sardis Blrchard, at Spiegul Grove ,near Fremont. He • graduated from the Fremont schools and was a student at Cornell University from 1872 to 1S75. The change in Webb's residence was a family expedient which followed followed his father's first election to Congress. Sardis Birchard was an uncle of Rutherford B. Hayes who had made a success in business and had helped tho future president i.o gain an education and start in the legal profession. Ultimately this benevolent relative made his nephew heir to his possessions, the family coming into possession of the home stead on Birchard's death in 1874, Was Father's Secretary. Webb Hayes left Cornell who: his father was elected goveror Ohio for the third time, becoming one of hin secretaries and being au vanced to private secretary after the family had taken possession of the White House. He went into business business when the Presidential term expired in 1881. President Hayes had a notable record in the Civil War and his son reflected this military talent. He was a major In the First Ohio cavalry cavalry at the outbreak of the Spanish- American War and he later became adjutant general. He was said to have been the only officer who had actual battle experience in Cuba, Porto Rico, the Philippines and China, His work in the Boxer uprising was as a volunteer, he having resigned resigned his commission In the Philippines Philippines just before the trouble broke out around PeklngT Gen. Craffee attached him to his staff for that International campaign. He was on the Mexican border as a colonel of Ohio troops in 1911 and 1913. At the outbreak of the World War he caught one of the first steamers sailing from New York to Europe. It was announced then that he was going abroad to observe the European armies In action but it developed later that he became a dispatch bearer for the United States government, carrying messages, messages, verbal and written, from and to the American embassies and legations legations in London, Berlin, Paris and Brussels. This duty lasted until until 1916. Wont Into World War Col. Hayes promptly offered his military services when the United StateB went into the big conflict. He was past the age limit, being then 61 years old, but he served with British and French brigades on the Italian front in 1917 and part of 1918, then became a region al commander of the A. E. F. In southern France and North Africa. , After his return to the United States, Col. Hayes retired to the home in Spiegel Grove. He donated donated the homestead of 25 acres to the State of Ohio and built the Hayes Memorial Library and Museum, Museum, endowing the whole with $600,000 and- dedicating it to the memory of his parents. He retained residential rights, however, in the old home. Col. Hayes was married Sept. 30, 1912, to Mary v Otis Miller of Fremont. Fremont. FINAL HELD Five Miss ington-st,' Kenzle, Broadway. Herbert and Bob whistler, the audi evening at large The night afternoon at 2:15 in the The Thursday and from final audience, determining The Kay lans, Bob the Kenneth Florence William Billies When competed, five to The Sandusky State being When Cleveland in the RITES LIKELY MONDAY FEMONT, July 26—(Special)— Services for Col. Webb C. Hayes, 78, the only living son of the late ex-President Rutherford B. Hayes, of Fremont who died of complications complications Thursday, will probably be in the ancestral home in Spiegel Grove state park here, which he gave to the- state some years ago in memory memory of his father, Monday afternoon. Soldier, industrialist, philanthropist philanthropist and historian, Col. Hayes had a distinguished career until illnes3 several years ago compelled him to retire. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Mary Miller Hayes and one sister, Mrd. Fanny Hayes and several nephews. He moved to Cleveland in 1881. and became treasurer of the Whipple Whipple Manufacturing Co., * and six years later he joined Myron T. Herrick, James Parmelee and W. H. Lawrence in organizing the National National Carbon Co., of which he became became a vice-president. He held the Congressional Medal of Honor~and was trustee of the Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, the Ohio Archeological and Historical Society and belonged to the Perry Centennial Commission. Ho also was a member of the Union Club, Cleveland, Army and Navy clubs, of Washington, New York and Manila, the Medal of Honor Legion, the Military Order of the Dragon and many other clubs and societies. Some years ago he built the Hayes Memorial llbray in the slate park here and filled It with battle and historic trophies, books and other relics. Until lately he also was prominent in civic affairs here. aid of 10,000 were said and Police In followed. Nazi Nazi Styria alarm. 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