Got the Wrong; Shirt on the Corpse. Millersbcrg, O., Jan. 2S.-Iu 2S.-Iu 2S.-Iu preparing the corpse of Edward Woods for the casket his son's shirt was put on him by mistake. Mrs. Woods did not learn of this until sev eral days afterward. She is somewhat su perstitious and at once concluded that unless unless the shirt was restored to its owner the son would follow hia father to the grave. Mrs. Woods had the corpse disinterred, the change in shirts was made and the body waa then boried a second time.