General News Notes Of The Day, Daily Racing Form, 1919-07-31


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GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY CHICAGO 111 July 30 Demands that state troops take charge of the situation on the south side where race riots are occurring fell in an avalanche today on Mayor Thompson City and county officials civic workers and leaders among the colored population joined in the demand that the mayor ask Governor Lowden to assign the state troops to active duty Aid Joseph McDonough describing to a council committee how he and State Representative Doyle had been fired on last night declared there was enough ammunition in the south side trouble region to carry on a guerrilla warfare for a year A conference of colored pro ¬ fessional and business men issued a report declaring that the disturbances could be rapidly quelled by the presence of the soldiery soldieryCHICAGO CHICAGO 111 July 30 Under the direction of W D McMahon international president of the car jnuus union negotiations to end the street car strike and resume operations of the surface and elevated rouds Thursday night or Friday morning were put under way today It was the plan of the union officials in the event that a referendum vote was acceptable to a majority of the committee men and executive board members to send out a call through the comtnitteemen to the men to report at their respective barns tonight to vote If this is done it was pointed out and the referendum is in favor of accepting the companies offer the cars will probably be in operation in time for the evening rush hour Thursday NEW YORK N Y July 30 What is probably the most unique expedition of its kind was due to land at Cape Town South Africa today from which point it will penetrate the jungles of the dark continent This expedition is the first to go on a similar errand since tine beginning of the world war The expedition 5s larger than that headed by the lata Col Thewdore Roosevelt and many members of the present party were with the deceased exPresident A full cineauatograph equip ¬ ment was taken on the expedition and photographic records will be made of all discoveries and will be brought back to America for portrayal in an educa ¬ tional campaign which is to be instituted by the government governmentWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C July 30 Large increases in the amounts of butter and eggs in cold storage this year over the totals of a year ago were re ¬ ported yesterday by the department of agriculture There were 302 storages which reported in 1918 holding stocks of 68202000 sounda of butter while the same storages on July 15 this year held 108 352000 pounds The 372 storages reporting eggs on July 15 this year held 7670000 cases against 6292000 cases a year ago agoAYER AYER Mass July 30 Convicted of deserting his men whom he had led into the fire of the enemy Samuel H Stone formerly a second lieu ¬ tenant of the 101st infantry regiment iws been sent to Fort Leaveuworth Kan to begin a tenyear sentence sentenceWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C July 30 The naval patrol boat May a converted yacht Jias been wrecked off Cape Engano Santo Domingo A delayed dis ¬ patch received at the navy department today said the crew of seventyseven men Hvas rescued rescuedWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C July 30k A bill to deport undesirable aliens under which t he government may send home enemy aliens now intprned In this coun ¬ try was passed today by the htaise

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