General News Notes Of The Day, Daily Racing Form, 1919-08-09


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GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY CHICAGO 111 August 8 Weather forecast Illi ¬ nois Missouri Minnesota Iowa Nebraska and Kan ¬ sas Fair tonight and Saturday not mucli change in temperature Wisconsin Fair and continued cool tonight Saturday fair and slightly warmer General forecast The indications are for fair weather in this forecast district during the next thirtysir hours except that local thundershowers are probable in western Montana and portions of Wyoming There will be little change in tempera ¬ ture tureHOUSE HOUSE CHAMBER CAPITOL WASHINGTON D C August 8 Extension of the present food control act both as to its period of operation and to include all commodities indisputably uccessarkS of life regulatipn of cold storage to define the limits within which foodstuffs can be held marking of all goods destined for interstate commerce with the price at which they left the hands of the pro ¬ ducer federal license for all corporations anil per ¬ sons engaged In interstate commerce which will provide for competitive selling and passage of the pending bill giving the capital issues committee control of security issues are the remedies pro ¬ posed by President Wilson today in his address to Congress to meet the existing high cost of living livingNEW NEW YORK N Y August S The New York New Haven and Hartford railway today put an em ¬ bargo on freight to facilitate the handling of food ¬ stuffs and other necessities The following1 state ¬ ment was given out at the offices of the railway The order for an embargo was put out iii order to control the movement of freight so that arrange ¬ ments may be made which are being done now to give preference to the handling of foodstuffs and the shipment of necessities On account of labor trouble on the New Haven and Central New Eng ¬ land railways all freight is embargoed embargoedCHICAGO CHICAGO 111 August 8 Following a confer ¬ ence with Mayor William Hale Thompson Adjutant General Frank S Dickson this afternoon ordered all troops withdrawn from the troubled stock yards district and all riot zones The troons were with ¬ drawn on orders from Mayor Thompson He decided soldiers are no longer needed with the restoration of trapquJUity in the district Union leaders when told of the decision declared the striking stock yards employes would not return to work however until all police and special deputies had been re ¬ moved as well as the troops troopsNEW NEW YORK N Y August 8 Details of tin United States Grain Corporation plan to sell flour at 10 a barrel were made public today by Julius H Barnes United States wheat director Under the plan restrictions are placed on the price to be charged by wholesalers jobbers and retailers The flour will be sold in 140pound sacks on a basis of 10 in the territpry west of the Illinois and Indiana line and west of the Mississippi from Cairo to the Guf of Mexico not including the Pacific coast region and at 10125 in the remainder of the country

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