General News Notes of the Day., Daily Racing Form, 1914-06-04


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GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY. j Oeagreas will great the railroads a 0,000,000 Increase in nay for mail service. The trial ol Mine. HenricHe Caillaux. wife of Joeenh Cattlanx, farmer Minister of Finance, for the murder of Oastoa Calmellc. will beghl July 10. The Reaotnto won the second Americas cap yacht race test yesterday by beating Vanilie. which scored a victory the day before by over three minutes corrected lime. By a vote of S t.i o the senate Foreign relations committee adopted the Sutherland resoluttion direct-lag President Wilson to open negotiatlona with Great Britain for special arbitration of Hie Panama tolls dispute. The resolution now coos to the senate. Forester Supervisor W. J. Ranging has reported that the recent disturbance at Mount Lassen, ill California, is one of geyser action and is caused by the rapid melting of the snow as it slides down int.. the fissures of the crater. Former Governor Herbert S. Iiadley of Missouri, on his way to Washington to represent western railroads before the Interstate Commerce Commission, said that Theodore Roosevelt looked like "a possible presidential candidate of the Republican parly in 1010." One hundred and twenty-six tons of canned soup and pork and bonus were Boated on a barcc through the Golden late at San Francisco by coverniueut uaaciala aad dumped into the deep sea. The coods were condemned and confiscated by pure-food inspectors. There arc 17.I.2SO .ins in all. King George V. of Ehguunt, celebrated his forty-ninth birthday yesterday. He received many gifts and Bseaaages of eoagratnlation from many of the crowned heads of Kurope. A threatened militant Buffraget attack upon Backinghani palace resulted in the police gaara being doubled. Yesterdays baseball results — National Leacuc: Chicaco ti. Pittsburgh 5; Philadelphia 10. New York 3; St. bonis o. Cincinnati -: Brooklyn 0. Beaten :t. American League: Cleveland U. Chicago 2; Washington 2, New York o drat came; Philadelphia hi. Boston l first camel. Federal League: Pittsburgh ."i. Buffalo :i: Brooklyn 10. Baltimore 4. licurcs given out in an official statement by the Canadian Pacific Railway Steamship Company. shew that 1.034 persons perished as a result of ! the collision of the Knipress of Ireland and the col lier Sterstad. The company has learned that there were 1.470 persons aboard the Empress ami that 102 were saed. That within ten years there will be in this country more than 1 .000,000 automobiles coating less ; than .fottO each, the upkeep of which will average about 0 a month, was predicted by Dr. C. I. Steinmets, Schenectady, N. Y.. in an address at the thirty seventh annual convention of the National Electric Light Association, at Bhiladclphia. Orgaaiaed baseball won a bic victory over the Federal league when Judge 1oell. in the Superior Court at Chicago upheld the validity of a National leagu eontmct Which contains the "ten dav clause." anil decreed that George 11. Johnson. Indian pitcher. must play with the Cincinnati National magna team if he plays baseball at all. Johnson had "jumiied" from the Cincinnati "Rede" to the Kansas City team of the Federal leacuc. That the late William J. Gaynor lost uionev while mayor of New York city, his friends declare, is shown in retiuts that executors of his will have arranged to pay a state Inheritance tax on only about I7M.60O, when it was generally thought the estate would total 11.000,000 or more. A check for,500 has been forwarded to the state comptroller on behalf of the estate in payment of the tax. Friends of Mr. Oaynor believed that his salary of 5,000 a year as mayor was not sufficient to meet his expenditures. Two yoang gtagUah suRragettea yesterday waylaid and horse whipped Dr. F. E. Forward, deputy governor of HoBoway jail, outside the prison. They lashed the physician many times before a paliee-iii.iii. attracted by the uproar, rescued him and j 1 arrested his assailants. An attendant in the Don All Oallcrics. in London, was probably fatally injured while trying to prevent a miltaiit from smash-lag pictures on exhibition there. The woman struck the man over the head with the edge of her hatchet, and lie was rushed away to the nearest hospital in I an unconscious condition. She was arrested. The lluerta delegates to the mediation congress made public a statement in which the dictator pledges himself to retire from olilce if given promises . that certain conditions will be brought about. Chief of these conditions are that Mexico be pacified and , that the government which shall follow that of Hu.rta shall In- recognized by the world. It also , is demanded that nothing shall be done by the mediators which can be construed as a violation of Mexi.os sovereignty. Carranza is still defiant. The mediators refuse to admit his representatives to the peace conference until hostilities are suspended.

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