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TITE "REPUBLIC: TTTTOSD'AY. ILAY 31, 1000.
SEVENTH AND CHESTNUT STS.
Pays 4 On Savings Bepossfs.
2 On Oemaisd or Ourrenf Aesounfs.
NOTE In Savings Department, Deposits of $1.00 and upward received.
A card explaining roles furnished on application.
STEP TO WAG
Citizens' Committee Requests the
Transit Company and Employes
to Submit Yiews To -Day.
Police Board Calls for a Posse Comitatus of 1,000
Men, Which Sheriff Pohiman Will Summon
at Once Lines to Be Run To-Day.
Tho rit.zons' Committeo of .vovon nppointp.l at MntMars mi'Minc at tlie
Merchants" Kxchnncu took tho Jirt sie-p lonkm to a sot dement of die .sttert
car employes' stride jesterdny afternoon :it tlie Mori-antile club. A it-solution
was adopted winch riMiiie-t an answer of the St. 1-miN Transit Coiniiany
and the tlnevnuee Committee of the union by "J o'clock tint afternoon. The
comiiany is aiked to adioe tli cnmmlttte if il Is wllHiis to nrliitmtc the dif
ferences between it and its late employe-;. The Grievance Committee is re
quested to submit a .statement of grievances, or some plan that may brinjr
about the arbitration of the matter. I'.oin Miles -v ill .send replies to the com
mittee. Cars were operated as usual yesterday, but no tiew lines were opened. Cars
on the following lines will be operated to-day. Hot mar avenue. Page avenue,
Spalding uiemie, Vaik avenue. Compton Heights. Chouteau avenue. California
avenue, Towvr Grove, Grand avenue, Kaston. avenue. Cass areuue. Olhe stiver,
Broadway. Fourth street, Union ami Sixth stieet lines.
Tlie Police Board yesterday decided to call upon Sheriff I'ohhnan for a
posse comitatus of 1.W0 men to :i.sint In preserving order lu the city. After
the rioting on Tuesday Mr. Ilanes eoiisidend the situation was Milliciently
grave to Justify a call for the extra deputies.
Harry It. llanos, president of the Police Hoard. Chief of Police Campbell,
Attorney General Crow and e.v Governor W. .1. Stone held a conference at the
Planters Hotel last night. The meeting was held to discuss the power of the
posse comitatus which will be sworn in by Sheriff Pohiman, m accordance with
the call from the Police Roard.
There were a number of disturbances in different sections of the city us.
terday and last night. In South St. Iouis a number of persons were attacked
by crowds after they had alighted from St. Louis Transit Company ear, ami
one weman Miss Pauline Ilesser vas ery roughly handhd at Twelfth and
Geyer avenue, her clothes being lorn off by ass.iil.mts. she sustained severe
bruises. At Jefferson avenue and North Market street two men were liot, one
of them Tl:om:is Riley, striker, of No. i!M7 i:iliot avenu being .seriously
wounded. In a disturbance on South Rroadway Thomas Kehoe. a stnkiug tian
rit employe, was shot in the liver, and it is lielieied the wound will prove
CITIZENS' COMMITTEE ACTS.
The Citizens" Committee of seven which
was appoint, 1 at tie meittnir at the Mer
chants' IZxch ini;e Monday look Its first fct I
Jeaterday looking toward a settlement of
the street car fmploies' strike.
The c-rmralttcu held n meeting at the
Mercantile Club at Z ard aijjurned at 4
o'clock. O I Whitelaw was chairman and
CHstav Cramer secrtturj.
Henry FalrUiek, the representative front
the Imilders' Exchange, was not present.
Die following resolution was presented
"At a nuetlnc of tho committee appoint
ed by the e lti-ons' Cominittt-e at the Mer
chants" lltonaime on Mondav, the iSth In
stant, for the purpose of bringing about. If
possible, a syttlt ment of tlio dispute nun
pending betv tet. th'j tt Louis Trarlt C an
Ponj and its former eraplnycs at which
were prewnt Meiers. O I. WLlte'ai.. . W.
Knapp, Nathan Frank. Doctor l.'mll Pree-tort-a.
Thomas Fucslon. Isaac H Liunbor
?er and U Cramer, It was unanimously re
solved as follows.
"'Whereas, public wcl'are re-quires the un
happy condition of affairs t.ow existing In
the city should be terminated,
"Resulted That tho bt. Louis Transit
Conipanj be requested to adilse this com
mittee In writing at the earliest jiractlcable
raoaiem. not later tli3n 1 o'clock p. m. of
May 31, v, heihtr or not said company ia
wHlins to arbitrate any or all dlffi rences
cow In control ersy between them and their
"Resotied. further, that the organization
representing said employes be itiuesltd to
submit to staid committee! a statement of tho
Srtevances ol which thci couipi iln. in or
der that said committee may ascertain
whether tho transit cunpanj will
consent to their redrvss, und. If not,
whether e"ru plan may Ik dens.sl for tho
artitratioc of rnatteri in ,lipute I'le isn
send a rei ly to thj ecunnutinj betoro ti'o
time apxjointed, to tlie undersigned secretary
t the Mercantile Club."
Mr. WhitiLkei u. u tin Gneince Commit
tee will eacii send a rtpl te thu coimmtteo
None of the mtmbe-rs of the Citizens'
Committee wuuld dieeus the resolution.
SHERIFF'S POSSE CALLED OUT.
Decision Ueaclied by I '.card of
A special meeting; of the Board of I'ollce
Commissioners was held at the Fc.ur Courts
Jesterday atttrnoon lu diseu-i the strlk
situation Sheriff John II. 1'ohlm.in was In
attendance. It was decided that tli- Mlua
tlon waj bsjond the control of the jiolico
and that It naa timo to call uion thi
ShenrT for 1M deuulies. It LOOn dets not
suSce to i-eitore order the I'ollce Uoartl will
make additional calls ui-on the Shu in.
TTie rollowing rtsolution was s-n.-d upon
Sheriff l'ohtnan aa the oliiel-il notice:
"WhereaB, This board is emptweiul by
law to call upon tho Sheriff of the clt of
St Liouls to act under Its control for tho
preervat!on of the public peace and iulet.
and to summon the poae" comitatus ot tho
city lor that purpese and employ such
power subjict to their direction w;.ener
th emersrency or circumstances mi), in
their Judgment, warrant it, and,
"Whertos. In tho Judgment of this board
PatffiMr Doctor, I liave a bad attaci:
A maiarta. I have chills and am so sicl:
I acarcdy krrow what to do.
Doctor: Just one thmjr to do. Take a
labrespoorrrul of DUFFY'S PURE
MALT WHISKEY every two hours. It
will euro any case of malaria in a night.
I have prescribed it, and it only, in case;
of malaria, for twenty-five years; it
never fails. All druggists and grocers
sell it, or you can get it direct from,
. Rochester, N. Y., express prepaid, $i a
bottle. Be-sure you get the genuine. The
Duffy Malt Co. also send a book free,
Which is full of-valuable information. , 4
ill" etifrenci-; and cncumstanccs now pre-
lilinj: dtmmd such action on die part of
tins tciurd. tlnrefuro, be it
"i:istiied. bj tlie Koard of Tohce Com-mis-ienT.s
of the titj of St. Ijul.s. That
J'im II. 1 ohlman. riheriff of the city of
St I.ouis. be and hereby is called upon by
this Itoarel un ler pruis.ons of section No
fc.'U Ittvi-ed fctatut. JSI. to act under its
control for the pr sanation of the public
pe-ce and quitt. and to that end he torth
with summon the I)Ose comitatus of the
clt to the extent of l.i able-bodied, law
nbidlns citizens of this caj t a t under tin
direction of this Njard as conservators of
Ih pjblic peace in the oftv of St. Ijun
and durinir the ccntlnu turf of the existing
1 mir.iri ; and that said John H. I'ohlmau,
Sheriff f th eit of St I.oui, slial. to
Ktlur with his poise comitatus report
At tiie cloe of the meeting President
Hawes Ka- out the following statement
cxpiainin the situation
Tin- dignit of the etty and the law both
require tliHt all local agtr.tti-s for the pr. s
raiiuii of law und order shall be iu
voktd befoie a dmind Is made upon th
biatc to assist in prtservini; the pae'e and
iui t ot our citj. The entiro pdice foreo
has bet n on duv nlnii.t nitimiuu-dy for
three liv, a larse proportion of the men
lulls' in barracks and lnnm; littbi com
munuition r. ith their families It wis
he intention uf the board to secure th'
ne-es.-iry luree b the ernpi" incut f
imituw'T policemen; and for tint mirposo
an ade-!ismii nt was lnserKd in te dall
Iiape's for .ibje-bcdi(d men to the- number
"Th" inokinr of thi9 omersency clausa
in the iwlice livr did not prove a success
bocaue of the failure) of applicants to pre
sent themel s, so that, aftfr norts e-c-tfndlmr
or a jwriod of two w.-ek". w
hae bt en unable to soeur- and tinploy o
cutnjiticnt men. Tho rerious riot, of the
last two das hae ehnng.il the situation
from a tollce standpoint V felt that it
would ! pofIbIe f r us to handle the sit
uation with our regulir force until devi lop
ments of th" last two da jiroved other
wise, and had antictpa'.d that th- differ
nccs btw'in th" ruln-ad cumpam and
its tmplovs would liav'e lfn i.-ttlcil be
fore Ibis time
"It now appears. In my judgment, necei
sary to patrol tlie Ity with a large bod of
oimtent guardians of the pi a e. so that
all the pr tinets f the city in ty be proi.i r
1 1'iiirobii and lLordi r previite-d As
soon as absolute ptaie ami ipii t are se
cured it will then !com tossible to seek
s.ime speel eoluMon of the trouble diet
ing b-tr.een tlie railroad eomp in and its
:nploea, v.hidi Is llrf.tly n sponsible for
the rheurd r and disturbinees. the destruc
tion .f tiroperty and the I..s, f lire whiih
have made necessary tl e summoning of the
' We ask Mr. IVhlman to summon .t
posse of l.tv) men. He prnml s vi secure
the.,e men for us bv Friday morning, and
will ere jirocesc upon our le.t ltizeiis
for that purpi.ee The Police Department
cinnnt illrectlv force into Its services a clti
7.1 n. but the Sheriff, l-i bummonln a poo
rimnatus, can uv jus on judgment In
th sebction of fit and competent nun to
t-,:e uion ids jtos'-e.
"If tins titst till for a thousnrid mm
d not prove ,iTeetle in the next f ,v
das we win summon another thousand
and put down disorder in the citv, from
whatever sourre It comes, if it taks ten
limes the number of intn ask d for In this
"WV epcct and will require the active
ee-i.ri. ration of the courts In ou- endeavors
ti I'Ug about the result we setk to at
1. in '
v Un reference to the oruer Issued bv the
I''i' ' Hoard calling uim Sheriff John II.
I'olilmin to swear in 1 "! U putv Sheriffs,
the Mi, Iff list night admitted that he had
1 en op; o-ed to so dr istie a meastrre ilur
Ing Hie llrn thrie w-eks of the strike, hut
1 e ivirrel that matltrs had now reached
s icVi .1 j,.i-js that c,methln efT'etlve had to
lie dune in the inli'i st of iaw and order
Some two weeks ago," said he. "the piib
llf will r member that a posse eomiMtus
w is ttlkcd of, and that I announced mself
through The Ilepublie as opjiosfd to the
meTs-ire liu; l now think that the board
is justified in jesterdaj s call upon me. I
will attimpt to carry out my duties to tho
Utt"' of the liw.
"I will rei rult the thousand men from tho
best Jaw-abiding elemt-rt In the romrtiuni
iv In making -hois I will give m x- r
soeal attt ntion to the chaneter of the men.
ard I will see tint each Is qualil'ed to
pu-trd the peace of the city. Two of my
dtputies. under directions given by me. are
working now In making sf lections To
morrow morning at S o'clock I will notify
tho men choten and will attempt to havo
tho posse organized by night.
"It ia impossible that I can fall In getting
the prescribed number of men, because the
call issued bv me, under such circum
stances as the present, is similar to a sub
poem, and is a matter of law Only phjs
Ical lih.il,lllt to servo can let a man out
"As to how the men will be srmed I can
rot '! That Is a matter arder the juris
diction of the Police Bciatd Tho duties of
the deputies v III be to prevent riot and
bloodshed. They will all be cautioned la
the mat'er of using thrlr wr pons with
ihadlv lrtnt, but If cin umst ini es demand
a Mori. vvbv. thty must lmot
I think the tiei-s,- will b. (ffectlve; If not,
the onlv alternative t- the militia The
posse will be dlv id-d Into companies and
will be stnttored In pirtrf of the elt whire
there is the most likelihood of disturbance
Who will command lh various omip.inks
1 do not et know Tl .5 choice of theso
rests with me
It f.rtunlv is time that the citizens of
this eilv tike a, stand ami stoii dlsordtr
It rest' with thci public to loree a ttttle
ment of this troubb one way or nnot'nr "
In a g. neral 1 onversatton, Mr Pohiman
sitd that he onlv remembered ore time In
the history of St. laiuis lint the present
etr:ne measure w.-s n eis-dtat-d This
was in the riots of Is . urd lie s ibl tint
fvtn'ntb'-e troublous times the xl;, -nc s
of the situation were no greater th 111 noiv.
WHITAKER REPLIES TO STONE.
I(Mlau iTIutt Me Il;is Not UefiiMui
nrtinlitig the I ttor of ex .;rtvrnor Str.o
to I-iltir 'oinmisIoner ltir, rrt'slIonl
IMwanis WhitaKer of the St I-ouls Trartt
('tiinpiny j-teruay dictated the foIloiInff
T iiomt nt.
I , . x : wrtmr cini o ltt r to Mr I!
(Vtri'ss !,ni-t Uit 1 U.i-lTntd nn it. r .f
, ti . H rf n tt(4i'stti 1 t ! is rgr
. , 1 1 i. In' tml a-kt th "uinii'fciM,
1 1 . tl i-irtj- with whom h wi-h-' i
,, ti..i.. ..1 flit nn, stun- to t KuNmitt 1
a 1 tiration. mw ra nut iirn o .n v
1. v 1 it has nut ftii tlent l the t
(. ' t rnof .. -Li
m of th m"n in our miln n Ma . n-ni
ni 'w a .1. nund ' uv that K'ral. uni r
I ei alt; .if .I'm iiarpp. er imn ii ur eri et
j ir in a-'-'-' ifitin orpiiHZPl l Mi Mahon - I
Mdncan Thm r fuyetl ic 4. art thi
wju.i the iron making (lit den anJ quit our erv-
Tiis w-ts the inauutatnn tif the strik' "int.
tl ht tini' the it pnrtntatnes of th tntn ha
rt -t-ill In jers-nal titafirciwu anvl thnuicti
. mmum afirs n the public pnni aimittci
that thttr ilniRntl' i wr. i an 1 u itarraiitl
hi i that th? f.im;ui as rlslit in ac.oniinjt m
t.i j lilwrtv to Us -mploc in thr nwittt r of
tt'fir is-lat'on oiitsic! ill romMit s mi. Aj
t. thK th n. all partus Leinu ugrtsJ. thtre was
notltr.K lett to arbitrate
'Hi in-n thprpLpwn t-xiresd i doblrta tti re
rtT th ctuaaTiis emi l upon th tr'n- l
8ri. or. iU hi Uw cuni;an ThK u.it ni t
at once t an ffr to tako batk i inan a th
. nianv ht pUc-s f.r ani X !i ul tiut tfc. i
fu li of att of iobno. ani to prtf.r u h of
V -e iiin a-s i uW n i at un b taken lack
t. r , i iu cla.tt htrat-r arising
hi- to vu-- -aii"f u toi to at! m-rnf'I,
wth om- -sr. u n Ti" nun who ha 1 quit tho
-. . t..w r. -4V.J r u f ulif -,t .1 tiV t h fll t ! in
ait is i nt. imuult d tiat th m n .Ii lutl taken
Ue places i. lut tardy rvanv.utul t tbtm
hi ida U: ltt harf 1. ...
;he question i ius pr"md ari- tnrousti
n aoiljn of t-ir It wis brought into. cxit
.i o U the mn thtmlven lh. ure rot
Ubftnrvti. Th- quit of their .wn lit on.
mut cither .ti running the ar?. or g t
ii.r m. n to op-'rai- Ut in. Uf owed an imp r
atie dut to -h ;ul lie. It was to mov th
tars. K w tiM'Mfd other mn. 2C thoe
wlo quit Vf 'i. vl I heir own fi-e .ilU
thfe. , . a 1 ih. 4tii:.l not work, trunk1
th. r inimij an I nk to I- aken I a-k. and t
hai the men the ompcltttl u to employ in
lh-nr pi uei 1ih ha-rped
Is this a lair mattir for arlutntion u
think it I not. and certainly U is n t without
th- t nfr-t.t of th- new nin Any in in in tin-
i.'untr 1 a a right t . wor, and th nht of
on m in in th respect i a. rvat as tnt of
arothr. Te nfw nn t or. - n fill nf
Iili n Th fund tbe plac a xatant nu t &,
thia t-c-ause t'.e want'l woik Th- c m
ian ir.plod them unitr conira : f' r coi
tmuou rif It aiui"t. with ut the grt st
lnutire. w thout the ml wai ion bai fih.
subinlt thir rights to an arbitral i n to whia
tit do not consent. In whith vu-y are n t
t-ui. u-ked to lanicpate' and in whi n thy
are n..t r.piemed K Gu error ton an I
Mr Ttixej iKucre or iH-tblj fortt the jartles
n ct vtta'h lntreud.
The (.lainu r thte tren to Juti arl filr
!..illi:c are nut to be mt b atta ki uiun
tti ir cim raster There ma be here ar-l there
iii.rff th- n an un lstrv1iut nian That " p
wnh our f irn.er -niiilit. u h mm '. w
th-y alnas hair h-en, dlsoltari-d whea he r
L.nfitrcF is dtvxertd
Hut wlan exa;uc-ii3r Stone make c!nnr
anaint the?e irtn truadij, when h autr.',
to Indict tNin by th thoata:i. ne I-ipI lj
tiaj his o. n Terklt-n s of staten-ent Th
nen wi o haie ojerated ur arf during the pat
thire Vffhs bae done io in the fa - of r a.e
;erll Tie lave Uen Uatle to da ilj- a-auit
erj rrjoncnt tht wre (.n th car-. n i in
deed. eir hov of the di Tho have lxu
att 'k-d at t! e r w re and in roiiik to fi :
tvnir.ic f r m K Vnd tae assault- hivt n l
n)w-s nor Ktrirall) bf-n front attick"
Kor m n t i ur-ue H-t cailinp un b r tvi""?
nrv.anistance'i rimrf i dejeree of ni al ur
age, rare n in tuhhc n.n. aJid in .ril ur
ae N usuidy nscc-iatetl with o'her fcih iiui'i
tii s r t s Intra tr.
The ex-()otin r rliaru nie of our mn
with wantmlj la-my into a-Fetnblaif(s f peae
M dipo-ed and tnin nt itrrii Atatn !
b- not know tl is an I his chan I re.'kless
ly raa le. lie aa aat li kruati thu crnnini
tlon of Ms will "not tend to a btpr Mate rz
feelinff,' and et, -mle os-umirs to be a peir
n.al.r, he employs ir. knowing th it U will m
11a n e the passions that all should s.k to al
lay The men he so wantonly in. ues wall a
hwer t a'i harsc preferred apatr-t them be
tore the le.all lontltuted tribunals, an I will
h r t'nt wiiit th dtl va In tl.- ne-sarj
d fr-e tf tlef F.ifety usiin-'t lale-- attark
He a- th it the 'trikrs are n t r-rx3ibl
for th attack- u tn tur m-n an 1 ears II- w.
uoe- h know Tlie U tims rf -iult do know.
ii nd in inaiiy caes hae id. ntihd -strikers
ih fcuilty iirtie The (o''itnU of which Mr
kdward la dunun. In th- pr. ;wlrion i -e
i.nteu fur re-eriplomnt. ttiiuld ucn inn is
laa leen euiltv of L bn.e. U hj " 1..auso
he belieel s.m nun w?re thus KUIt
1 t me subn.it "!ne penml nii ritlon
On -li S there w-a a strike n the ut'urian
lines as we.l a-? on the transit. Suburban. a
well a transit cars and mp.nja rc . ' ntty
nsaiNd Iitrr the -tilte Hsiint the uburtan
wraa calle l off anl the .i..lere reasi 1 as aaii-t
It All th disturb n n w k- ir.s; un a-M-me-
that whn the strike axainst the tntntt c n
jan tea"11' th h.Iece agiirM It will c ie
1 'ir. tluntrs t einc tru. it f .Hows that the
-i li-nie - an -ettIal tart cf the -tr 'te. an 1
thoe wh r !it the --irite cataiot tsr ip-1 ie
I r.- l tlit f r the ii.biice
Stin if our nit n were I3ken frcm tlIr work
bi f re anil cnrrled i priwineri to l he - oll-uni
oip1 th MlFjurl pWr-r c.l-e and icei t
ri"tiers tere for bourn Tie iMMn H
knwu to be a mthr r.n Il n.t for eti er.
irth-r3 w'-' In Hke mnnrer ttk-n t V. alhalla
Hall, a ilice cf nvctlnR for the striker coni
ndtTe? Tl.-e men wre all t.mp-icd to prom
le that they would quit tLd 5erite of the com
pan I ;on clnre; thi3 prf-m't thev were funis! el
vit ceitlilcat written ujoti the ofn tal I-, per
of t,e nxclKarp It' d A" 'utioi ai. 1 attest- 1
1 it M-at. which they were loll t- "h w for
their irvtft n. Tie rcrtltuate. except mf; th
mine f tir person wMi'i la o:nitt "i for obvi
ous rei'Ons h as folbw-
i-t Uul-, Ma 17. 11 To Wh-m It ifav
Com em Tills ia t identify , who was In
the errploj cf th.? ht Iiuis Tr.uislt inrpanv
rinco our Mnk wa called, and of thir own
fieo will, na df-erti d their car an I c mo
into cur nr ks An favors pIh.wti them wU
It ajprcclited by thl- association
-M MIpIK. e reiary"
If Mr. MUsik eai protet t thtte men. whv
dt-s he n t r tef t t.ry man, weman and
child til the . it "
On Miv H Mr Mah-n aJlrred a lire treet
inur at I.tston aifnn nnd toll hi !idln
thlt th Sul urlktll Tiie in settlel II- k-"k ld
t t no !i. rimim i n should now be jirc
tu-il iKTin-a it A: ns. the Mleme ceased
No doubt when he declirej that diirlrnnatl n
apaintt the tnnsit c t man --hill ceae. ta9
1.K.TKW ni, tin-1 It w II cease nIo
Ah sm as the ;ir!ke wtas derltresl, althousH
oteiatmn i f the- urw berime Inrjvi nil le at
the n-until of th striker?, r.-wdutior were
lntnlu. eS in th- liru f Ieleit3 proililnir
for a fif-iture ot all the sm-t car frinchtses
In thi eltj. ai 1 ter ninco tho"- rei-lutnj
hin leen mtroduc d tl l luie b -n Fii;portd
-.n 1 prej-sed f iasfwie Ij Ftrikers and crin
n liters (.f -rikeri purely the meT whn n
to ha. our fain h vs fcrfeitel do not cnidr
tl eiiut !.-- in ur mplo, lcau" tby ato
woiklnfT to deiri the .enpim, and thrcu'i
that the i-.n ii t of tlieir einploirrent bj it
If the mean whit they Fay ard wu-.li to havo
our chaxuis re...k-M tb U iiwt wtrt tn return
to our crh if th do not mean what i'ny
a. If th v ui-h t mi nrn to mi? eri ice at( j ,,-
do not U-U the ohirtr reokeI then the
.ir- iortin to inttm.ditirn fir ih purse of
cip.il.ni: lompllante with their kmtni Tv
u-, the relocation of charters under ciruni
-t is Ilk the nrevtnt to -ut pirt thl wit!
ii ( anir-iitorv , h., is was d ne on Itteen
lrar 1- to all fuel to tho Ham a I read) bumlna
If th' vt I.uis Tran-dt Oompinv his iicurrel
4 firft-lture of It finchl-s, that N a Question
for lepully con-iMtutti im! oritte-. t.i dil with,
bnd urn! it ! il ilt with an 1 stttled bv them th
m vemnt of ears owr th htre-w should not b
Mr Mono ai thit theiH is adrqiat- po't
pmteition for the n mrt f a" day nn )
ti T I ht the nnl ine-frvnoe is bv ru h
sx ra lie it- f i) u nee is o cur fn nnv lart?-
citv at alltiirs The ry i tko if the p ipt r or
ihih hi- bttr attears r-fui- hi in It ,Uef
th1 account of thr tttack nude- upon -tret ars
hllcl with I i.-'-eii.rs attacks mile ! 3rmr!
nl. who hrel int the cr. with d adlr nten
n'iko icain-t thi.e who oirats.d thm an J thes
who n"! in th m
onli tli iii I efore a min from the camtr,
who miv n t ein have knovvn of the Ftrike. wt-
ruru-l ani bruiad. leaten iicaue he natl rid
den in oie of our nri oit)ier ,.q nor tx -fi.r-
immunit chilireit and women haie bit r
attaci ed because th did not durlnucat'i
ar nst the traiw t hn".
Inrrlnc the last rhr wces mon than 1
Mtecks hio be-n made nn mr emrbj-". nrn'
th. hae surfertd erv df sro of violence.
1 n tie -utreois iiroinjr to their aid hae beta
thrtt med in th ir mlon r mr
it Is i si mdi r utcn thi citv unl it- people to
i. that tho ciroltion- of the pr.-tu time are
T.iriral. th it the m, ixv if the tims is but the
t --i.il srorilie lav iei, ( tnm m ti Xj-mli
with other creat citb. The end tl (n are hijrh
I exceptional The Uwl -.n sa is orjtnntzed an
svttmatle. s.n 1 !t Is eneouni- bv ixajoemor
Mo-a when h' pallit.s inJ esru?s it la t u
h?e peaco ard let it come t' r iuj:h tlie enforce
rent of law- and onler ant nm thr uph co.
aidly mbru-sion to tle intimidation of turbu
ki ce 3s:l d rcidi r.
injuring him IlimeleR drew hl-t rotohrr
and fired twico at Chilupsky. ound.nff
Idm in tach les An ainhuUnce cono,ed
riialup-k to the City Ho-idt'il. n here hit
Injur!-' .re drLa&cd. Hii unditlon W not
John Dean of No 13SG Auhert awnuo. an
rnslnctr In the Tark Cnmm's-lorier'H oilico,
naii r.ssaulted bv a crowd of men at I.jnn
Park Tueidaj afternoon bcauf he rode on
n car run h nonun.ru nun a-i he left thi
rir tin crowd att.icht-i him and hnooke 1
him dim n lit wis badly used up bifore
he sutcxd I in eiiOapniff-
GRAND JURToNTHE STRIKE.
Points Out flic Duly of tlie Police
and Other OfiiciaN.
A pirt of thp ArfU OranJ .Turv'-J rppor
tli. '..lv. MtunJlon. On this tul.j,-ct It ''' H,? V"','1 th f011'
m.k. s tl,.. r.miuWns; i.Tctt: pfi.-l tli- rinf rs
I'tirins tht latti r nrl of our torni tho
mhiii of our i.r. it" city l.i ufffr.l f rl
oii'Iy from th Int.'rruptmn uf irift riil-
.iy 1 1. if IK- X'nfiiriun.il. lj ami dnpluratilx'
thtb h.us Iti'in atuniK.l bv riot, crlmo ami
inis.lemr.aiior.s h-suUHk m the lrtp of Uf
an, I pruptrtv It uniiH worn at llrst thjt
nitlicr th.- pollc mci R rally nor tlir poo
p.p tiisriKPd la the di-"turl .im r-s knew th(
1 iv rIatinc: to rlotc the ilutips .iml lithlli
tics of cisij.'iis anil the p.'li tli.ruinlr.
Sin-H-th-lirt otithrt-iU. houn.-. th IoIin
IH't'.nlm. nt h.-s tri I uur-h to itnpri
thi I.nuv InilR.. in .i praotlml uav. but v
.troiu iv r r mtiT'nil that upon th. tirt
.iKfii of an public (llwnli r tlie M.ij.ir
l...nl I at one. In no unmistakable or
Nsnatluc: lanqinqe. In pro. I unatlrn to tho
pnblle (oinmaml the oh'-cri in of, and re
eite In full, th.- pertinent l,ina, anil tli"
Police Department Instrui t anew the police
fultv a to the Ian ami th.'.r ilutle
W'l.ich UI ran be risht ia nit the
prrinr of th (irinil .lur or the police ro
I trrnitne. anil li.itmr ni.iv 1k our ym
p.ttliKs tliej inw-t not Int. rtete mth our
uplioMirK am! earning out the Im. pro
tecting piople .in,! I mful pursuits and pre
rrntliiK anil punihins muidemt atiors and
"He believe the police farce i larRe
enouKli. If thorouKhly iliKeiplln. d. to put
ilonn molt violence at:d prctre enlr. arl
a compttent Thief, such us the intent.
should be Riven full authority oer It, to
brt'i it to and Kerp it in thorough dis
cipline Such discipline is absolute!' ncces
sir. but Is lmpaiiel bj favoritism and
polttli il apjxilntment''.
"The Mat or has bt n msnicurii ht hi;
nonatttnd.im e upon the Police lUinl, of
w!il h lie's made, by latt. a membfr. al
thoiisli hi" co-op. ratlin h i bet n irurvtly
and repeatedly mii.itil dur:ns tht--o tintr-gcni-iti:."
BOY IN FEDERAL COURT.
Say Man Have Ilim IJoniln to
1'lace on Stieet "ar Ti-ieKs.
Walte- Shatfir ttho lives with Ms par
ents at No 2iV. South ltroadnat. is prob
ablj the touriRtt tlolator t-f a Federal In
iunction on record He it. onlt 12 years old.
but re a .niitttd to the Kulcnl authorlti. s
testerdat morning that he had plac.1 set-
nil Ininibs on tho tracks 'f tlie I'.toadttay
dlt is. in of the St. I.uis Transit C'omimnj
s an txcuse for tils action he explained
that lie onlt wanted to hate some fun ulih
tho stre. t cars The othe: boys, he t.ai.1.
were cnjotint; .part at the ex;ine of tin?
street rtiltvats. and he thought that ho
mlcht do so as well A man. he added, had
Blten him the bombs and instructed him In
their us.- He (old the boy that thev would
explode ttith a loud i'ol-e tthen the car
papvtl oi.r them, and would takn off one
of tht-tthe.ds The man told him. howeter.
thit It v. is .1 dmserous thine and tint li
must not be seen when he plieed the e-
The bo was arrested late Tuesday nlsht
near his home by a itolUe !!! er. It ap-iear-i
that he had brnjjKeJ of Ids teats and
tee police had heard of it As mail cars
are operated on tlie Uroidwa dlvibion. tho
ait coMstuui-d i tlolation of the injunc
tion 1- i.ed b .lude: Adam, and Sh it for
was turiiid oter to tlie I't leral authorltb s.
Win u lala n In fore ("ommlfEloner Urn
jt stent ij inormr Waltt r ippeared pei.i
Itnt .ir. 1 wit profusily when he told what
hf hid lion. When nuistioned bt tho I'N
irict Attoriiej ln said that th.. man ttho
hid piten him the bom! s nn known to
him. but that he did not know his mme or
Lodross lie saw the man after the tirnt
liomlei were Kit on him and on that occa
sion he had soteral others in his possession.
Huicfer promieil to be Rood and aslt In
Undine the man who p-t him up to the mis
chief The boy ttas released until Friday,
when he will In- aKaln taken befora thj
United btates Commisslontr.
Market street. He was closely followed and
sjusnt refuse behind a telegraph pole. lie
drew his rttolter and tired reveral time
at the crowd. He ttas of the optnion that
ttvcral of the bullets took effect.
John A frails of No 111 Lombard street,
one of tho Injured, ttas sent te the C!J
II ispit.il a prisoner after a wound on Ins
head ,as dressed. He said that he am
three: companions had been i mployed by an
nsetit of the transit ciiinpnny to ride on tho
ears of tho I'nlnn line. Wl.in thei left the
sheds on I'arrar street, when the cars
turned in. a croiti! o: st'ike M-mpathl2ir-
followid them to Jefftrson aienue nnd
North .Market street, where they nssiulted
the four men tilth brliks and stones
Dins s.iy-i he had a reiolvcr Kiien him
by the trinsit eonipiny's atnt, tml that
"no ill! not ue it He s-ns several shots
were nrnl bj th' .iti.ieKInc part.t. Iiut he
eloew not know win fur th Ire ti k -c
turn il lie wis iruck on the head wi'h i
fusro in a cltiz. n s
ce arrived ai. I elis-
fo.-if; ZZZ Hwl
.viivc iv ii!!i: "--V sJvCjISa
I NewYoril i
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TRANSIT PATR0NS ATTACKED.
(Jrouils Meet Them Vlien They
Alight Fioni Cars.
Maurice nickel, a traveling salesman from
Tt rro Haute. IniL. nan atti'ked bt a
crowil of m n tthen lie aliffhtej from a
e'heroke.. avenue ear, in South St Iiui
itstenlat aftt moon His samjle case was
tik. n from hun ami thrown aw ii a 1
he ins btaten about the bead ard hodi
He could Kive no description of the a'-ail-ants
Morris Hesslnn a sUim-ma-on who Ilirs
at ISroiiIw ly ami iam street was assail f"I
Iat niehi at Twelfth ami Cmmet streets
fooii aftir he allchtid from a Tow.r O'o e
ear lit was beaten with stones ami cubs
and badli Injured
Illot calls wen- turned In lestcrday after
noon from Ntnetirnth and iss av nue.
Hroadnai and Pet 1I077! "trett. Nebraska
aienue and fberokeo street, ami Twentiet 1
and Salisbury streets In et.rt cis the
reiHce were summeiied to disjierse crowds
Sivtral cars were stoned, but 1.0 one lias
No I). linage Done Incidents of the
A dnamiie bomb tvas e-cploded in the
rear of tlie car sheds at the eorner of
Prairie and Hasten aienues late last nUht
anil scleral window panes In the neighbor
hood were twil-en The police report states
tl.at about $1". damage was .lone, but no one
lias, injure d.
James Thomas of No. ;?ll Scott nv nue
ami H irrj Carroll e.f No. ;K I, isalle street,
lioth iitKroes tinplojtil as liromen at the
transit eompatii's poiitr-hous. . corner
Compton ami Chouteau at.nues. became
ininli.-.l in a tjuariel lat nlciit while ,,t
th'ir work, and Th .mas shot Carroll
throi.gh the rlcht aim and left knee.
Thorn is N under arrest. Cirroll's Injury Is
not rjnsidireil forn u.
Petectlt's frwter and Joce last nirht
arresttsl a nnn it ho CJi' the 1 im of JVhn
Ni. hol-nn it Tw.ntieth and Sallslmry
tr. it- They rliltn that NlehoKon tv.is
ciuiKht in the act of cutting transit c m
TORE OFF HER CLOTHES.
Strike Sympathizers Jtoipjchly
Handled Pauline I lesser.
Miss Pauline Hcser. who Hies with Mr
and Mrs. Willi.-m Trefnj at No U Cati
anne, allhteil from ti Cherokee street car
at Twouth stnrt ai.d Gejer aienue itster
tl.11 afternoon abiut 4 o'clfielc and was as
saulted bt .1 crowd of men and women
1. ith stunt & and dubs Her skirt" and itaiat
uiTt. torn from her bodj, and she told Iic
ttctnes rum and Sheeran that she was
IraKKtd 1 her hair for a distance of about
tii.-nt ft.t. Her body was badly bruised
I'm! hi r lift arm was fractured
Miss Hisiir enplal-.isl thu .she had been
visiting hi r sist. r, who liies on Ohio aie
nue. and boarded a Cherokee car for the
purpoMt of xithnir downtown. W'htn at
Tutlfth nnd Uejer the car stopp. d and
Miss IIess..r thuui;ht that a riot was about
tu follow Sho h islily It ft tho car and
started east on (Jejer aienue. A part of
the croud, sho thinks, mistook her for nnn
if the women who. It Is said, are em
plojed by the transit couijany to ride on
the cars, and followed her Sho was pusbeJ
to the ground and he' dress was torn from
her Sho declared tl'at he sought refj.s
In Scliiiinaker'H Krocery sttire, on the north
east corner of Tenth and lleyer avenue,
but was told not to enter there She finally
frucceeded In jjcttinK Into a house at No hi
Harry street. A little frlrl brought her her
klrt, which had been thrown In a tree1, and
a friend loaned .Miss Htsser a waist
Tho assault was reported to letectlic
Win nnd Shechan. who neennip mitd MIs'
Hesscr to e'hristoplier A- Simpaun's Iron
Foundry nt the cornt r of Highlit and Park,
where T. II lie. ker. Mls Hesser's brottier-ln-law.
procureu 11 bupgy and accoinpanied
Miss Hesscr is 77 jcar old and Is em
ployed b Mrs II K Tiefny in a milllnt ry
morc at Vanieienler aienue and Wtst
H"lle place She was sultcrlmr a nreat de-al
last iiifjlit from the bruises and excitement
lecldent to the attack She told tho d. tect
ltes that slie roald identify some t.f tho.o
n ho attacked ner
SHOT THROUGH THE LEGS.
Anton Chaliijt.sky l.esented Inter
ference of a Polieeinan.
Anton Chalupcky of Xo. 1S15 South Elev
enth street and his wife were standlrg at
tho corner of Twelfth and Kmmet streets
esterday afterroon durlni; the procrcss of
a riot near by. and Policeman HImeles told
them to move on. Chalupsky thought he
hail a richt to remain If he pleased, and so
Informed the olficer A second order was
Kiitn, and when Chalupsky refused, he
says, the oflieer used his baton on his head.
Chnlupskv and his wife then assailed the
officer with a shower of bricks. Ono of
ttcra struck Uimclcs on the arm, palnfuUy
CHARGED WITH RIOTING.
Ei;ht .Men Under Arrest Identified
Lii;ht men are In custody accused of bav
ins Icen implicated In tho shootinR of Time
keeper T J Rico and llotiirman It. Stllson
on a transit conipanj carat California aie
nue and Keokuk street. Tuesdaj afternoon.
None of them were posltiiely idcntli'ed.
Those under arrest cave the follotin
names and addre'Sses at the Pour Courts.
Jam. s and Maurice Cooper. No Klo Vir
ginia aienue. Hdward Lambert. No 4Tul
Vlrclr.la aienue: Pen O. Hill. No 51T1 W'iek-
low place, Kc;?h.aM McClnnls, No 3121
Wicklow place. l,eo Pitrson, No. 4M Walsh
stre. t. and Charles Sprlnsman. No. 21!
Ni o-dio street. When i oeiper was pearclnd
the reiolier taken from Kmcrnoncy Police
oillior Lofton was found. Cooper said thu
reiulvcr had been fe'Iien to him by L1111
bert. Ollicer Ix.fton identified Iimbert as tho
man who took the reiolier from him and
said that all of the prisoners under arrtst
were in thu crowd which attacked the car.
He said ho was certain that Pierson had
tired twite at the c-ir The Injured men
at St. John's Hospital Identified all of tho
prisoners as haiim' been amonjr the riot
t rs They will be held landing further ln
lestlgation. THREE WOUNDEDJN A RIOT.
Transit finaid. Fired Into a Purs.i
A I'nion I.ino car was stopped last night
at Twentv-hfth and I'arrar streets b a
crowd, which stormed It with stone and
bricks and cut the wires. There were four
pphsenKer on the tir, anil all of them
abandoned it and ran south on Jefferson
atomic to North Market street. Witnesses
say that the crowd followed them and that
pursuesl and pursuers opened lire about the
same time and re-atly IW shuts were e
Fred Potter, a shoe-laster. CO ears old. of
No. 1T21 North .IcfTer-on avenue, was. shot
In the left hand and arm. Tom IJIley, .1
union motorman, of No. 2sv7 Klllot aienue.
was shot through the brcat, below tho
left nipple. His condition is considered se
rious. Ixictors Kle kamp of No 2T,ol Uenton
street and H. IC Emerson of No. CCO St.
Louis aienue attended the wounded men.
In connection with the shooting I.011H
Urown. a steamboat mate, who lives at No.
719 Monnd street, was arrested. He ad
mitted that he had been In the employ of
the transit company for several hours prior
to the shooting, and said that he was on
the car at the time it w i stopped. He ele
clared that he left the car Immediately aft
er the. crowd commenced stoning It. nnd
ia seutU en Jefferson avenue to North.
J'torj tl.lllfT I.ooUn nine
To a bilious man Tl.is Is true tho" pa-a-doxlcal
Put thliiKS take on a roseate hue
after swalltjwins a Hed Clrclo Pill.
Tlmma.N Kehoe Probably Fatally
Wounded on South Itroadway.
Thomas Kehew a union motorman. was
shot mil probably fat illy wounded In the
c, i.r.e if a fisht b tin en a number of non
union eir.plotes of tht transit company and
others near the -hods Qf the Southern
1 etrle line, at Ilroailtviv and Osase .street,
last eienlr' Kehoe is at th Al-xian
Profilers' II sf-ltal. Aseonllns to hie state
ment Ii took no part In the affiay He savs
In it is st Hiding a block awaj from tb
.sheds, watchintr tho progress of the llirht.
n hen the shooting iwgan. A number of
shots were tired and one of the bullets
struck him It cnu-rfd his abdomen und
Iidctd In his liver Kehoe sorted In the
Spanlsii-Americnn War as a member of the
Third I nlted States Cavalr.
New Midnight Train.
Just two years ago the Wabash added the "Con
tinental Limited" to its service between St. Louis
and New York and Boston it will be quicker than
ever this year, but a new train will be added to our
already superior service, which will make the
Wabash pre-eminently the line for St. Louis' eastern
travel. On June 3d, and daily thereafter, you can
leave St. Louis at 11.30 p. m. via the Wabash, and
arrive in New York at 7.30 the second morning, and
at Boston 10.34 a. in.
I.r. St. I.ouis .SHOiol S..3JF3j11.30 pi
Ar.Detroit.. 8.10p' 930 ta II 3?iz
" Buffalo.. 4 com 7.00pa JJOpT
" NcwYork 3.25 ; 7.45" 7-50 r
Ar. Boston . 5.20 f m I0.0S ia 13M i-c.
Lv.rsoston lco;-5 6.oia
N ew ort IC C 3 ia 3 '0 pa J5 pa
Lv. D-troit..f ;.D is 7 40 a i 20 f 3
Ar. St. Louis JOOpa'lSpa 713a
Ycu can mike all arramements foryour tripat oar ticket ofEc-.
We vail see that your bacenze is callttl for at your residinc
or hotel, reserve your boudoir or berth, and supply you irith
railroid and sleeping car tickets at the lowest rates availabl-.
Bv-yft-M. fr-ri . m.."-
Wabish Ticket Oficc. Broidway sad OIKc, S. E, Cor.
"ntiire Iw n It Mltrrs
In the art of healins:: but she can't mak
Feetls Krow on barren Kround. She can't
make blood with a torpid liter. Give her
a lift with the Red Circle Pill. She'll do
EVEN TEAMS COULDN'T PASS.
Obstructions on South P.roadway
Xear Hussell Avenue.
On Jlroadway near Riisc!l nvenne last
nicht the atreet railway tracks were covered
with oKsttictlons whlth extended so far on
either side tbit teams cculd not j;et throusli
Pick' ts were posted by the crowd at Allen
uie-nue. the first street north of Itussell aie
nue. and Ann aienue. the llm south, to
warn driiors. of vehicles that thty could not
pas' through and would hate to go around
by Seienth tret.
A lone s i tion of trolley wire was nlsj
reported to hate bee-n cut and carried a.y.
122 Help Wanted Ads
I rinted In to-da'p Ilepublie.
KANSAS CITY STRIKE OFF.
Street Car Jlen Apply for Kein-stati-ment.
Kansas Cl'y. Mo. May E0. The strike or
tho unic-n street rallwav men In Kansas
City has been declansl otT At a meeting of
he strikers a committee was apolntct! to
wait upon President Holmes of the Metro
politan Con pan) and offer to declare .b
strike tiff on condition that tho strikers
would be taken back.
President Holmes declined to consider
this proposition, and later tho trlke was
deelareel olf. leaiinj: tho men free to secure
relrjtatcrnt nt upon individual appllcaUvtt.
134- P.oardiim 1'Iates
AdiertL-e-l In to-daj's Ilepublie
DEATH OF MRS. PATRICK.
Widow of Former City Treasurer to
P.e P.uried To Morrow.
Mrs. Hlli Jano Patrick, formerly of St.
Iiuls. ditd at the home of her tl uiKhter.
the wife of Doctor Uulett. at Pueblo. Col" .
Jlij Her bodv was shipped to St L' i.ls
lor'burial The funeral will take plaee to
morrow afternoon at "? o'clock at the resi
dence of Julius O liirse. at No )j Huclld
aienue. The burl il. which will be private,
will be in Itellefontaine Cemetery.
Mrs. Patrick was 7.'. ears od and th
widow of the late William Patrick once
City Treasurer of St Louis. Mr. and Mrs
Patrick cairn1 to St. l.ou!s from Allegheny
Count. Ponnsj llama. In 1MI Shortly
th.rtafter Wllliim Patrick, with his broth
e r James, entered Into the lumber business,
which they conducted with Kreat success
for t ears.
Mr and Mrs Patrick had a family of
seien children, nil of whom are crown and
lliimi In different parts of the West Aftir
the death of her husband, scleral j e-ars-at,o.
Mrs. Patrick left St. Lewis to make her
home tilth her daughter In Pueblo.
122 Help Wanted Ads
Printed In to-eliy'a Kepublic.
KIHTBLIC SI'iX-I XL.
Monroe Ci't. Mo. May 20. Frank Will
lams of Cripple Creek. Colo., and Miss Mag
dalene Pike of thi.s city wtre married ut
Hoi) Kosary Church this morning Mr.
Williims is interested in mininc properties.
His bride was a wtll-known teacher.
ct Walinuli Train.
Lcaio St. Louts ll-Cf p. m. Arrive New
York 7.30 a. m. second mornins, after
To HIsciiss the Strike.
A mas? mtetinK his been arranged for
to-morrow r.icht at Llchtstone's Hall by a
number of citizens w ho are desirous of dis-cuss-lne:
the strike situation und of taking
some action In the matter.
The meeting will be addressed by several
speakers. Lee Meriwether, Simon S. Pass
and John Uerger beinef amon; the number.
Special adianc sleeper St. Louis to
Pcto-key Ma Illinois Central at 12 J3 noon
Frldav. Jono 1. For particulars call at
city ticket office.
rtEPl'nl.TC S-PEe IAI
WashlrBton. May SO Hotel arrivals:
Shoreham Charles Murray. Kansas City.
Cochran Hv r. Buscb, St. JUiuls.
81IIH 1 1 1 i t-1 1 1 lit 13 1 1 M i I KM i r H t i I M-lfrfrM l M H I !
t DR. SANDEN'S ELECTRIC -BELT
On 30 Day;
M7 famons Electric DelV 190Modl.
glvM ob 30 days'' trial. It makes
rtrong fcy overcomlasr tha effects ot
youthful emira. Special"! eusptasory 'at
tachment. Belt, -worn, by'both xaea and
woioen for rliem.itisin, lams tacit,
nerrotttBeea.etc. All opplrln?,-plate
coTexed, preventing" any twratng.,Elther
yrrlti t-Ia7 or drop la. at my flfrleo foe
freectinBulfatlon. Every oao fcuywa tha
Dr. Eandea Electrlc'Belt,to.l5e the best
in the WorW. Tkto-no sobstttrrtea. Oare
yourself arul.pajr' raa aitartrarf, -Vrita-
DR- F.BSANDENr407 N. BcoarIwariSt.,Loid3wHo.
(Ksrrood &eeati BH 1
B OTTICa HOURS.- A. JfTO P. Sf. KTJTOAT. IB. VTEDj:'JkjaJLTSVlVruH k. K.
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GRAND JURY'S FINAL REPORT.
Discusses Winerooma and Affairs
of Police Courts.
The April Grand Jury made Its final re
port In Judge Spcricer'a court yesterday
morninir. haiinff reurned dchty-nlne indict
ments and twenty-two "not truo billa."
The report takes up the subject of wlno
rouzns and all-night saloons. Although near
ly eiery Grand Jury has denounced them
and made suKKOstions for their abolition,
the rrport states the present body failed
to find much Improvement. anJ sussestn
that places keeping open day and r.icht be
required to pay a double license. The re
rort states that the Judges of the Second
and Third District I olice Courts are (Joins
their best to "correct tho abusos which pre
lailed more or Itss in all the police courts
but the court office rs are handicapped by
both ustom and law." It further states
that "the rrcsent sstem of hating th
Jurors selicttd by the Marshal ia very
faulty and often results In tho miscarriage
of Justice." and suggests that juries for the
police courts l-e selected from Hs-ts fur
nished bv the Jurr Commi-sioner. No men
tion Is made of Judsre Mdcner's court fur
ther than a statement that the phjsical con
dition ot tho courtroom Is a ellssraca to tba
Recommendation are mado to thu City
Auditor ana Comptroller to bo closer In
their accounts and scrutinize more careful-It-
the requisitions and vouchers drawn on
Indictments, wero returned as follows yes
terday: Obstructing strc.t railway track,
Hlsworth White. Lorenz Itackoff. John
Heinz. Mike Conncll. Henry Uush. Edward
tVDnnnell. Joseph and John Smith; bur
plury. Thom.a-s Kacan. s,tf.to Smith and
1 ionrce Nettlt : bljramy. Frank Zaeti ir: em
bezilemtnt, t. F Willis. An Isnored bill
was rrturned acainst IHrlel O. Dfnovan.
who nji charKtd with the kllHr.k,- of Frank
Llebrecht. who was shot di.rlnjr a riot at
Talor aienuo and the Suburban tracks in
tho earl pirt of the strtet railway strike.
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STRIKE OVER ICE WATER.
Four Hundred .Men Walked Out at
tor peraaps nit? o.sl oou 01 i't- oisiory
of orajanlzed lal-ir, ice. water yesterday
caused a tialk-out at Granite City. III.,
whi. h for a time threatened to tie up tho
works of the American Meet and Foundry
Company In a complicated strike. Four hun
dred workmen filed out of the bijc plant at 3
o'clock, and but for tl.e timely action ot
Louis J. Hawnrd. secretary and treasurer
of the comptni, who nssurtd tho men thit
the matter itouM be settled to their satis
faction, the strike would hate in a few
moments become Central, as the entiro
force of tho irdustry. numbering In all
nearly !) men, were In smpathy with
th? molding and coreroom uepartment,
which inaugurated the walk-erut.
Cotnmenclr.jt last Saturday the company
be pan a deduction or 2) cents per month
from the wast-j of each, man for Ice fur-
ni; ted tor wator. The men objected at oncev
but Uiry were put on until testerdav on ao-
toum of the nbsenco of Vice President K.
V. Goltra. now- In New York. YesterJar
they decided to wait no loctfer and a strtSo
CAPITOL SYNDICATE LANDS.
Loving's Party Acquires the Pan
Fort Worth. Tei., May 30. George B.
Ijovlns big cattle syndicate- deal 1st laltl
on tlie shelf tcmporrjlly, but ha has Just
made a trade that most peoplo woukl re
garel aa a great one. It Is for tho Capitol
Syndicate lands, embraqlng l,5nn,Cy acres)
of land valued at &&M and cattle, of
equal value. This v.as nind public at a
mteting of the Teiai Cattle Itaisers As
sociation Executive Commltteo, Just held
here. The Catltol Svndlcato lands are th
lands git en by tli-. State of Texas to tho
Farwelts and assocJites, who furnished tho
m net- to build the Te-tai State Capitol. an'X
are It the etremo northwestern part of thi
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