General News Notes Of The Day, Daily Racing Form, 1919-05-15


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GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY General weather forecast The indications art for generally fair weather in this fortcast district during the next thirtysix hours The temperntnr will be highor in the northern Kooky Mountain region anil will change but little elsewhere Foe cast for Illinois Missouri Iowa and Kansas Fnir tonight and Thursday not much change in tempifu ¬ ture tureWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C May 14 The sanction of the Var Department for a parade of the jil Prairie Division in Chicago was obtained today l v a committee consisting of H H Merrick Itoger Sullivan and Walter II Wilson of that city The committee was unable to see Secretary linker but WMS informed by Colonel J K McAndrews that the Win Department would cooperate with the Chi ciiKOiins and would make every effort to have the division home as a unit so that the parade would be possible possiblePARIS PARIS France May 14 Three lengthy Germiin notes were handed to the Big Four this morning nnd they began immediate consideration of them The first dealt with the German request for oral discussions of tin1 peace treaty Tho second re ¬ lated to a substitute plan for the disposition of the Saar valley based UMOU ti division of the coal fields The third demanded freedom of intercourse with Austria It is expected that all three will eventu ¬ ally be rejected rejectedWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C May 14 Senator Cummins of Iowa favored by the progressive group was chosen unanimously for president pro temjiore of the Senate at the organization conference today of Republican senators Senator Lodge of Massa ¬ chusetts was reelected party leader and discus ¬ sion of the controversy over committee chnirnuui ships for Senators Penrose of Pennsylvania and Warren of Wyoming was postponed postponedNKW NKW YORK N Y May 14 An immediate reduction in the price of wheat reaching all down the line from the producer to the baker is be ¬ lieved assured according to a statement issued to ¬ day by Julius Barnes wheat director following a prolonged conference yesterday betwen Mr Bnrnes and representatives of the grain industry including grain handlers millers jobbers and bakers bakersLONDON LONDON England May 14 The Italians are landing large military forces at Xiira and Sebenico on the coast of Dalmatia according to a Keuter dispatch from Belgrade the Serbian capital The troops are being moved eastward and are fortifying the ridges and passes

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