General News Notes of the Day, Daily Racing Form, 1914-06-16


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u v f , a I 1 t , j I . a j | i , • | . i 1 j GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY. Bulle is ipiie-t after riots between faidious of tin union miner* | Turkey oppo-cs the sale of two Halted States t warships to Greece. A mililants bomb wire-keel the- interior of SI. j Georges church iu Leiulon. Carraasas eavoya are to be admitted to an in- | formal discussion by the nudiators al Niagara. | One million dollars la said ko have- be. 11 sub I scribed to rehabilitate the La Salle Street Bank. 1 Chic ago. Sir Edward Grey. British foreign see rotary, gave i private luncheon in honor of Colonel Theodora Roosevelt. Iresidiit Wilson signed the Pa— a tolls-exemption repeal bill as amended in the senate, and agreed to by the house. Two new craters in addition to the one blown open May 90, have burst from Mount Lassen at the Ii- : e ! the- Cascade range in California. The government troops, under the personal leadership of Irince William, repulseil a strong attack on the- Albanian capital by Mussulman insurgents. IVstinaster General Burleson plans to inaugurate pickup service iu the- parcel post system in Iho larger cities as a result of a successful experiment in Washington. Despite oflors of restitution which have been made by the John 1. .lelke Oleoma rgorine Company of Chicago, tin- l#artnie nt of Justice is determined 10 enforce the sentence e,f imprisonment for fraud on John i. Jdke, head of the concern. George Bike, who on June 7 invaded Buckingham palate in London, anil wandered about for several hours in the building, was released yesterday. The defendant gave a bond for his behavior in future. The lenieiiey shown by the magistrate was due to the iinervention of King George himself. diaries A. Towne. Ai acre .in representative id General Huerta and former senator from Minnesota, 1 declared he will deUver to Preetdeat Wilson Haertaa . Ultimatum that hiTl not realga and will tight to t!i - end if any Carran/.a follower is named pro-•, isie.nal presieleiit of Mexico at. Niagara Falls. Command of I he great Atlanlie licet, goal of every American aaval oarers ambition, is to lie the reward of Bear Admiral Prank E. Fletcher for his work in Mexican waters. Secretary Daniels will recommend Fletcher to succeed Bear Admiral Badger when the latter completes his service within the niXt few weeks. Telegraph reports received at the Mexican capital Hi 111 /.acatecas say the losses of the- constitutional!-!- in the dedeai administered to them at that plaee are esthamted at 8.000. General Medina Barron, who eommaneled the victorious federal force-, h 1- keen promoted. A movement to make the wearing of white clothes a summer fashion tor the men el New York will be ianngurated tomorrow, when the score of charter members f the New- York White- Clothes for M ■ 1. ague will appeal in the ni-w costumes at theaters. restaurants, hotels and parka. Shaiuroek IV.. Sir Thomas I.iptous new challenger for tin- Americas cup. beat tin- older Sham rock nine minutes and four seconds in a beat and a reach boase over a fifteen-mile course in a moderate breeze. After th«- spin the challenger went into dock for minor alterations. All previous records of anthracite coal production In the Cniteel States were- broken in 1838, when the output was 81,718,080 long tons. This exceeded the highest previous output by nearly l.OOO.OUO tons. Last years production was valued at 85,181,127, compared with 75,322,855 tons valued at ?177,l»2L,.- X! for 1912. [resident Wilson, speaking with emphasis yesterday, charged that sentiment against anti-trust legislation was being made through a campaign ley certain Interests and he let it be known that this — ion of congress will not be permitted to ad journ tint il il lias enacted tin- full administration program of antitrust legislation. Catholic church property suiTered severely during lie riot- accompanying the recent general strike in Italy, according to reports presented to the pope. These show that fourteen churches were burneel and thirty -nine damaged, while twenty-three others were looted. The authorities are gradually succeeding in r storing order. Chairman Alexander of the House merchant ma rine committee Introduced a bill designed to afford complete governmental regulation by the Interstate Commerce Commission of all carriers by water engaged in the foreign and Intercalate commerce of the United Slate-. The measure is the outgrowth oi Hie- committees recent Investigation of shipping e ••lllbiliatioiis. After the recess since- May 28, when the home rule bill passed the house of commons, the British parliament lias reconvened. The home ruli bill is now in the house of lonls. where- it is not expected I be given its second reading before June 22. There was today little doubt that the lords would adhere to tbeir determination not to pass the bill despite tic fact that it will automatically become a law. even though tile lords turn it down. TheadteC Rooeevett III.. Colonel Roosevelts first grandson t o bear the family name, was born Sun-dav at the1 home of his parents, Mr. and Mr-. Theodore Boceevelt, Jr.. in New York pity. Theodore Jr.. edilest son of the former president, mar red Miss Kb and- |;. Alexander June Id. B.llO. Their Brat child, a daughter, was born August Ii. Hill. Mrs. Richard Derby, who was Miss Ethel Roosevelt. also has a sen. Adlai Stevenson, former vice-president of the1 Cniteel Stales, die el Sunday morning in the Preah] teiian hospital. Chicago .Mr. Stevenson did not regain consciousness during Cue hour before he passed away. Mr. Stevenson was born in Christian County, Kentucky, October 2.".. 1835., Agricultural pursuits were- followed by his ancestors for several general ions back. His early education consisted of instruction in a log sehoolhouso. He practiced law at Blooutington, III. President Wilsin next March personally will bad the great mternattona] Beei of warships from Bamp Ion Roaels to Colon to participate iu the formal opening of the Panama canal by passing through on tie- bridge Of tic world famous old battle-hip Oregon as leader of the long line of lighting craft of all nations. Then, proceeding northward, the president will enter the Golden Gate at the head of this immense armada and attend the- Raiiaina Trie-die e- | eo-i i i . ,n at San 1raneisco. He will leave Washington March .". Harry K. Thaw was denied release on bail pending consideration by the Supreme Court of his extradition from New Hampshire to New York. The court also refused to grant the Ungual that Thaw be taken to Pittsburgh iu the custody of Sheriff Drew of Coos County. New Hampshire, t. testify in tbe settlement of his fathers estate-. Judge Alclrieh eel the federal court in New Hampshire ordered Thaws release on habeas corpus proceedings. The Supreme Court will next pas. Upon upon that. inai.

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