General News Notes Of The Day, Daily Racing Form, 1919-07-29


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GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY CHICAGO 111 July 28TThomas Fitzgerald Janet Wilkinsons slayer was formally arraigned iu police court today on a charge of murder Judge Trude conducted the hearing which is the states first step toward speedy trial and conviction of the confessed murderer murdererCHICAGO CHICAGO 111 July 28 It Is reported this afternoon that a possible settlement between the surface and elevated street car companies on the one hand and their employes on the other niiglit be reached on approximately the following basis Sixtyfive cents per hour an eighthour working day time and a half for overtime with an agree ¬ ment whereby the demand for eighty per cent straight tim runs would be waived by the men so that the peak loads of each day might be cared for through the same employes working four hours in the morning and four hours in the evening Under this settlement it is said the rates of fare probably will be seven cents with one cent for a transfer on the surface lines and eight cents with an extra charge for transfer on the elevated The sixty five cents per hour rate for the men would be the highest in the United States by three cents centsCHICAGO CHICAGO 111 July 28 Weather forecast Illi ¬ nois Generally fair tonight and Tuesday little change la temperature except warmer near Lake Michigan Tuesday Missouri Kansas and Iowa Generally fair and continued warm tonight and Tuesday General forecast The indications are for generally fair weather in this forecast district dur ¬ ing the next thirtysix hours except that showers are probable in portions of Minnesota and northern Wisconsin The temperature will continue con ¬ siderably above the seasonal normal practically in all sections sectionsCHICAGO CHICAGO 111 July 28 Whites and negroes on the south side renewed with a vengeance today the race rioting that flamed out yesterday on the Twentyninth street beach spread all over the dis ¬ trict and resulted in the death of one negro and the reported death of another probable fatal in ¬ juries to five injuries to seven policemen uud to approximately 100 others othersLEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH Kan July 28 William D Haywood secretary treasurer of the I W W accompanied by Francis Miller of Providence R I stepped out at the gates of the federal prison here at 1030 this morning on the same highway over which his parents went to Salt Lake City early in the forties Haywood was released on bond pending an appeal appealWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C July 28 Without a record vote the Senate today passed and sent to the house the administration bill authorizing an increase from 9500 to 18000 in the number of commissioned officers to be retained in the army this year

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