General News Notes Of The Day, Daily Racing Form, 1919-06-12


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GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY DAYCHICAGO CHICAGO 111 June 11 Weather forecast Illi ¬ nois and Missouri Partly cloudy tonight and Thurs ¬ day probably scattered thundershowers not much change in temperature General forecast There will be little change in this forecast district during the next thirtysix hours and showers are probable in portions of every state in the district districtPARIS PARIS France June 11 President Wilson fought strenuously to include a fixed total sum in the reparations clause and the close of the discussion leaves him uniliiinged it is said in the belief that that is the best plan It is understood however that the president said that inasmuch as Premier Clenienceati had insisted to tho contrary and also as he had signed the original draft he would sign the reply as formulated formulatedSPUINOFIELD SPUINOFIELD 111 June 11 By a vote of 91 to 37 tho house today passed the IConalds bill pro ¬ viding for a trial by jury in contempt cases A companion bill by Hepresentative Konalds promising that a jury trial be given only in cases where the contempt offense occurred outside the presence of the court was passed SI lo 38 Both bills were strongly backed by organized labor laborEL EL PASO Tex June 11 If the information re ¬ ceived in El Paso this morning is correct and there seems no reason to doubt it forces under Jen Felipe Angeles ami Francisco Villa have swung from south of Sainalyiica northeast in three separate columns to the vicinity of Gaudaliipe thirtytwo miles cast of Juarez and have a clean sweep toward the Ixirder city cityNEW NEW YOUK X Y June 11 Only 1GG persons including 121 operators out of a total of 40000 employed by the Western Union throughout the country were absent from duty at noon today Xew comb Carltnn the companys president announced in a statement terming a complete failure the strike called by the Commercial Telegraphers uuion WINNIPEG Man June 11 Mayor Gray in i proclamation published this morning again urged citizens to assist in the maintenance of law and order by keeping off the streets as much as H S sible and attending strictly to business I wish to avoid tho use of sterner methods if possible the proclamation read but will use whatever methods are necessary to preserve law and order Military forces have been ordered to stand by prepared for any emergency emergencyPAULS PAULS France June 11 The reply to the Ger ¬ man eounterproi osals agreed upon by the peace con ¬ ference heads refuses the German request for a mandate for the former Gennaiictiloiiles A lengthy memorandum gives the reasons for the refusal anil explains the operations of the league of nations on colonial matters

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