General News Notes Of The Day, Daily Racing Form, 1919-07-27


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GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY CHICAGO 111 Jilly i 6 Weather forecast Illi ¬ nois Fait and continued warm tonight and Sun ¬ day except tlnmdershowers and cooler in north portion Sunday afternoon or night MissourtjGcn crally fair and continued warm tonight and Sun ¬ day except probably thundershowers and cooler in northwest portion Sunday afternoon General fore ¬ cast The northwestern disturbance will move nlowly eastward during the next 30 hours It will be preceded by high temperature and generally fair weather from the Plains states eastward and will lie followed by cooler weather as far east as Lake Michigan and southward to Kansas by Sunday night with local tlnmdershowers tonight or Sunday over a considerable area in the Plains states the upper Mississippi valley and the western lake region regionCHICAGO CHICAGO 111 July 2C L D Bland and William Quinn union representatives on the joint committee this afternoon declared that a street car strike seemed inevitable They said it was within their powers to call a strike at the meeting Monday evening and that the walko would probably be ¬ come effective at once They charged the com ¬ pany officials with trying to prejudice the public utilities commission and the public against them by giving out statements of the progress of the ne ¬ gotiations although they had been sworn to secrecy WASHINGTON D C July 2fi The house ways and means committee voted today to recommend the repeal pf the ten per cent soft drink war tax Democratic members urged that all repeals be de ¬ ferred until means for replacing the lost revenue was found Repeal of the Canadian reciprocity act of 1911 was also recommended by the com ¬ mittee Some democrats joined with tlie republicans in voting for repeal but others said that action should be deferred pending further investigation CHICAGO 111 July 20 Judge Harry P Dolan of the Chicago Municipal Court plunged from a window of his office on the eleventh floor of the thei i City Hall today and crashed through a skylight I skylightI in the office of the city clerk on the first floor He was instantly killed It is believed Judge Dolan ended his life while temporarily unbalanced mcn mcnI tally as a result of a recent illness I I illnessI PHILADELPHIA Fa July 2C Tlie crew of the steamship Sag Harbor had to throw overboard 100000 worth of sugar before the ship was able to reach port today It struck a reef off Cuba while bound from Puerto Padre to Philadelphia After the sugar had been jettisoned the ship swung clear and continued on its voyage with pumps working WASHINGTON D C July 26 President Wilson today informed Senator Lodge chairman of the foreign relations committee that he was not able to bring from Paris a complete file of papers re ¬ lating to the peace negotiations and that he would be able to submit to the committee only papers which happened to be in my hands when I left France FranceBERLIN BERLIN Germany July 20 The question of the necessity of a forced loan by Germany of 50000 000000 has been raised according to the Lokal Anzeiger

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