General News Notes of the Day, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-07


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GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY CHICAGO. 111., November G. Weather forecast: Illinois Probably rain tonight and Friday, turning to snow in uorth portion Friday; colder, fresh to strong shifting winds. Missouri Rain probably turning to snow and much colder tonight; colder wave; Friday fair; colder in east portions, winds becoming fresh to strong northwest. General forecast: General precipitation is indicated for the western lake region and the central valleys during the next twenty-four to thirty-six hours, with another decided fall in temperature and fresh to strong shifting winds. The weather, however, west of the Mississippi Friday will be fair and with rising temperature in the more westerly sections. WASHINGTON, D. C, November 6. An immediate vote on the ratification of the treaty of Versailles, without reservations, was proposed in the Senate by Senator Underwood dem., Alabama after Republican leader Lodge had challenged the administration to make such a move. Senator Hitchcock of Nebraska, the administration leader, intervened before the roll call was over and a long argument ensued. HARRISBURG, Pa., November G. Describing efforts of the Department of Justice, to drive down the cost of living, Attorney-General Palmer; speaking before a meeting of the fair price committee, mayors of cities and state officials of Pennsylvania here today declared that ?f the people would increase their saving ten per cent the cost of living would fall 20 per cent in a brief period of time. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. November 6. Motion to vacate the injunction against officials of the United Mine Workers will be filed in the Federal Court here today, it was announced by council for the mine leaders. This step is required two days in advance of the hearing of the governments application for injunction to be held Saturday, it was explained. WASHINGTON, D. C, November G. An effort to prevent the lifting of war time prohibition before the constitutional amendment becomes effective is to be made by some "dry" leaders In Congress, but doubt is expressed whether the necessary legislation can be enacted before the end of the special session late this month. CHICAGO, 111., November G. A conspiracy and extortion plot involving thousands of dollars was charged to the Amalgamated " Clothing Workers of America today by States Attorney Hoyne and the assistants who supervised a raid upon the clothing workers organization at Halsted and Van Buren streets. WASHINGTON, D. C, November 6. Establishing a record for immunity from failure, national banks of the United. States haye gone through the last twenty -two months wltU only one enforced closing, according to an announcement last night by John Skelton Williams, comptroller of the currency. PARIS, France, November 6. King Alfonso, who is leaving England today for France, is expected to reach Paris this evening. He will dine privately witli President Poincare at the presidential palace. The king will not return to Spain at once, remaining in Taris over tomorrow. WASHINGTON, D. C, November 6. The peace treaty amendment presented by Senator Gore dem., Okla., to make an advisory popular vote mandatory .before any declaration of war under the league of nations, was rejected today by the Senate. PARIS, France, November G. The possibility of hostilities between the Turkish government at Constantinople and the nationalist forces headed by Mustapha Kenal Pasha is held out in a dispatch received here from Athens. SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich., November G. A stiff northeast gale sweeping Lake Superior Tuesday and Wednesday severely battered the steamer North Star, which came down the river here last night covered With ice and snow. LOUISVILLE, Ky., November G. Judge Walter Evans of the Federal District Court on November 12 will hear arguments on a suit to test the wartime prohibition act and the Volstead enforcement law. BERLIN, Germany, November G. Work for all the unemployed in Germany for the next eight years will be provided in restoring the ruined mines of northern France, says Vorwaerts. MONTREAL, Que., November G. Quebec and eastern Canada felt their first touch of real winter yesterday when they were visited by a heavy snow and sleet storm.

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