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ST. LOl'TS. MO.. SATURDAY, JUXE 0. 3000.
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HFB ARftilT Nil ITIA
Another Conference Will Be HeSd
To-Day, at Which Decisive
Action Is Expected.
URGENT APPEALS FROM BUSINESS MEN.
declare That Police and Posse Are Unable
to Cope With Situation Night Service
on LindeH System Conitnued.
Governor Stephens. Attorney General
Crow, Edward T. (Jrear. -Vij slant Genei.il
M. r. Bell. Brigadier General Harvey C.
Clark, commanding tho National Guard of
Missouri, arrived In St. Louis at o'clock
yesterday evening, and went Immediately
to tho Southern Hotel, accompanied bv
Chief Campbell, who met them at Union
Shortly after their arrival at tho hotel
E. conference was hold on the ad I'-aWllty
and necessity ot calling oat tho militia. The
meeting was attended by route Ccroml
etoners H,iu, Forster ar.il Stueer, Elec
tion Commt'sloner Kingslant. Chit of
Police Campbell, and a delegation of citi
zens composed of John F. I.e.-. Web M.
Samuel, William 1'iignel!, i:d S. Orr. I. V.
Morton. Judge George A. Mndill and George
At 1 o'clorlc tlio meeting, v.hlch vra
executive, adjourned, no decision hav'ng
been reached. Another conference was
arranged for this morning at 10 o'clock,
however, and it is thought that decisive
action v.-IIl bo taken then.
After tho conferees had ben in F.ion j
two hours. Chief CampMI was dispatched
tn tho iiosae barracks on Wa&hlnton .iv -nuo
to summon Colonel Cavt-uder and Sher
iff I'ohlman to tlio conference. Shcr.tr
Poblmaa was not at t!ie barracla. and
Colonel Civcnder and Attorney John II.
Overall returned wilii the CMf.
Anotlior twi hours wan spent In confer
ence. Cortez Kitehen. representing tho
union employes, arrived at the hotel at this
hour and fent a note to Governor St--pbena
rottuebilng the favor "f bong heird
on tho question of calling out tho militia.
Mr. Kitchen askel th" fa-wr :i citizen
and a taxjiaycr and nut at a repre-etitat.vo
of tho xtrlken, nlthough he elaimed to lc
their asjocl.ito counsel. Gov ernor Stt pli ns
granted his request and llr. Kitchm wa.s
admitted to tho conference.
Tho committee of citizens had already
given their view? on the situatijn in t' e
city as It rppearod to them. Tn-y er
unanimous In the opinion that the esi-tltit;
cot.dltions not only Justified but dtnianJed
the calling out of the militia.
3Jr. Kltclirii MieaV.
Ono of tho members dclaj-i that there
could notibo"f5rund a single iltlzeu a-ho
did not belleva that tho militia was now
en absolute necessity fur the pre-atr.-atioa
of law and order in the citv.
When Mr. Kitchn was admitted Gov
ernor Stephens addressed the carfet -eF,
"Gentlemen, one or yojr nun-rx"- has Jut '
mado a stHtemi nt that ruta ji'slc i:ize:i,
a.1,1 t f,injl In Vt T.n'i'j -ah,, l!lit ri.l t
tchevo tho calling out t th militia ju-
MAY CONFER TO-DAY.
Prospect of an Agreement Between Strikers and
Transit Company Not IJrighi.
Nothing was done ..esierday by the
rtrikers or tho St. Louis Trari' Con-
cany toward adjusting the ditferene.s in ,
tt.r. Jil? II. S. I'rlesl. OIIC of tlei
attorneys for the trans. t cimpany
whom ex-Goternor . J. Stonu lia been
A..t.iatln n. acitlntifino l.i.iVli" In t
.viium.iiii, ,B..... ... .....
settlement of the strike. iu8 trigagisi es-
terday in oiler business for the mm, any. i
Chairman Edwards ot the Giievance '
Committee called at ex-Governor Stoat s
office, and they had a long talk. After Iciu
lng ex-Governor Store's o!!le .Mr. IMwa-ds
went to Walhaila Hall, lie sau that the
negotiations with tho trinst cosiwiny ap
perol to be at an end for he rese-m and
that there sttms t.. le no likelihood of
either fide being able to ti.rnulate an
agieemcnt which will be mutually satl
factory. Mr. Edwards said that the union Is will
ins to make all the concessions that It ein
without being Inconsistent with,, the jriu
ciiile" of unionism which enter largely into
the discussion which they lav. earned on
with the tumpRii,, i vcr since the strike
w.s inauKunit.il. :.!r. Edwards again i
liresed his lielief that the strikers would
eventually win tin ir light, but he de
clined to say on what lines they will pro
ceed. The St. Iyuii. Transit tomrmr.y sajsthatj
the backbone of the strike I. nroken and ,
that Iaige numbers, of the btrUera "re
daily deserting the rank and making an-
plications for rerlnstutemen
"In a few lav-." ittld Manager Ge-irgo
W". Ikiumhoff. "every vacant puice will 1,0
Illlt'd by an esperi.nc.d man, and of cour.se
we then will have no I laces for our for
mer e-niplcyes. For the lirat v.eck or two
of the sttike we did not tntike any at-
tempt to fill the places of the .-trikcis be- j
NEW COMPANIES ORGANIZE.
One Detachment Is Composed Entirelj- of Volun
teers Posse Assignments for To-Day.
Everybody was busy at I'ose Uarracks,
No. E10 'Washington v. venue, yesterdav. Tour
new companies wire organized and recruits
kept pouring in from the Sheriff" .1 oilite all
day. Sheriff I'ohlman feathered in all Fri
day 120 men. As soon as they had been
eworn In they Were dispatched to po-se
headquarter- and turned over to Colonel
Cavender, who immediately organlzod them
into squads and placer! them under lliv In
struction of a drlllmastcr.
Among tho new companies organized was
Company No. -L This is the first and only
exclusively volunteer company in the Sher
iff's posse. Tho olhccrs are: Captain.
Charles Nagel; First Lieutenant. Allen Or
rick; Second Lieutenant. George F. Weitzel,
First Sergeant, llenjamln J. Klcno; Second
Sergeant, Georgo Uleckman.
Among tho privates are to be found some
of the best known citizens in town; men of
letters, art, sculpture and commercial pursuit-.
Volunteer f oiiti.1111?.
The roster of tho company Is as follows
Jolin A. Anderson,
John 1 Lee.
t fi iW under ciistinj; conditions II re Ii
a :nan mho app ars to take i-u i"i
that assertion and wo will heir what 1
has to say."
Mr. Kitehen thereupon Hildre--' 1 i '
cor fcronce In opposition to cullng out it
militia, declaring tint he ripre'tnt. .1 Un
corking men, whose sentimeri's he v died
and tliat in his and their o mlon the 1 al
authorities were ful.y comptirt to haudl.
the situation. He was .lu.vtloticd it
Ut'Kth by the memb. rs of the Citizens'
Committee and by others in the confer
ei.ee, but remained linn In his declaration
Tho legality of the Shi tiff's acti .n in
summoning the poe coinitaiu-. and tin
eiue thm wheth.r citlz ns s sut.im nt I
could be compelled to s rve. v. as ,iImi fi..l
tliscuK-csl and the attornevs pres.nt
vuueed the opinion that the call ai I 'g il
and that citizen rould be o.imp.Iled to
vice, under peiulty of tine and iinpnon
At midnight. Sheriff I'ohlman atid his
attorney, Ford Smith, arrived ni'ci vve.t
ut once admitted to the Governors r.v in
The effectivcnts of the po-se vas Il
cued. for soico time, in vvhirn the repre
sentatives of the mtiitary arm of til .. v-
enitm i:t toil: a lively inten-rt A i cir'ete
e'xpositlon in detail of the organization to
date was !i.niJKiiy explalti i bj jIlii I
Caender anl Sheriff 1'oh'man.
Through Chief of V li' . Campl II the
Governor wa.s alsti acTjuainte! with the fe 1- I
lt'g throughout the city, the numbf- an i '
character of disturbances in the last fe t
daj.s, and the work perform. tl by the pcilre
since the pu.se comitatus wav formal
It was slid that Sheriff lvhlm.i .ml
Chief Campbell Ix-th declared t' at in th r
op.rf n the prent polic-e firee ,n 1 'ne
pi bye were sulilelent. Instiran e i :rm -iner
Orear also vtalfd thit he dl 1 n t
think there was any nece'ssity lr t .Kir
out the militia.
The conference was not ended until 1
o'clock this morning. Govern ir Stephens
said at that hour that he had no statenv nt
to give out to the publ.e be) mid the fact
that a cunferince had be.n held on the sub
ject, ami that definite action would be de
termined upon at a further conference to
be held at W u'clcvk to-la.
Jin F. I-ec of the citizens' delegation in
the conference stated last night:
"Tho whole question was fully discussed
by all ot v.J. Those favoring and thore op
posing the calling out of the militia were
piesent. The Governor deferred final ac- f
!"ii until to-morrow. All of the membe-rs
of the committee of citizens who aitenied
were iinpres-...l with the Governor's ear
nestn. .-s in g- ttlng at the true situation, and
in- aie -.iil-fleil h" understands the c.n.di
iic s beit.r "iiw th:in eer b. fore. and. un-
r lending tie m, will see th.- necessity for
ling out the militia at once "
eau'e we thnnjtht that they would coi.cl.ide
t'-. ' thee made a ml'tiSte in railing a
f'.r,'' -.d would retuiti t,. wo.-k.
' -.. uir iuiiiui.. wum Iran u,.- u..
'''J n itend to retur.t to work In body
it roTi'.ienceu 10 ret cxperietict.i men to
take their places. This h id to be done be-
i-rti.se ne- ji. -eiine h u r e:it.iii.'i i-i iiti j
running or the cars, ami tin- strikers ai-.
crc Je!'' "I,C'"K compane for not run
running of the cars, and the strikers aIo
nlng cars and demanding that the fran
chises of the compiny be revoked. Cnder
the elrcumsfinccs there wr.. nothing b ft
for the company to do but get m a to run
Its cars wherever they could be procured.
As .xprl no-el men loul.i not be found Pi
St U uis, they had to obtained else
I'hairman T It Edwards of the Grievance
Commlttte said that the statement that Hi"
mtr. are d'seiting the ranks ()f the union
In large numbers Is not founded on fict.
He said that the ranks are to all intt nts
and pur5fe.s Intact and that ' the m n
sem.-l determined to hold out until they
I win. "If they don't win." said he. "very
j few nf them will return to work for the St.
, Louis Transit Company "
One of the strikers said vesterd'iy that
le thought that the union was pr-ictle.illy
defeated for the pr. sent; that the St Louis
Tt-i nell I nni in J tl-t ll 111 I1I-..I.I . r.st
tlTme0 iIh ,he representatives f th'
fIr!K,.r, .in,, lhal the ,,rlbabillty of anv of
,iie suuers .,ng reinstated to their former
.,..,,, ,.r , ,nv 0vit!nns at .ill I, vm- '
slight. He sahi that he was going to look
tor a Job off the cars and thought that .
man) of his companions had deeldul to do
It w -'announced at Walhalla Hall vaster- j
tl.iv tli.it ftnutiii-r tiiifi r "i uill.l... li. 1.1
tu-slay if tht-it- is any pruiiu;t of any muii
resulting from it.
nu.ne II. Abadl.
Frank 1 .Vinl.rtee,
O i. Itroi.kiK.iM,
J0L11 11 isitler.
W. A Cald.ll,
11. M 1'ohen.
T. V. llmplli!.
A. 1' Curr.
Jt liav e:icrt.
J C. Krniar.
George 1). lVh. r.
J L . ov
Will II. Kreudr.neln,
VV alter Razz-ille.
A I" lb. in i,
c rr.tllus ti. nrj.
H VV llouser.
lal T Hosier.
ti- ' I-iclanil. Jr ,
1ialmr S Ml'ler.
vv j. ii,n tianj.
J', rcy i iw.n
ts:rl L ul. ul
Will am . I', uu
:. I . 1'a.ldixl.
VV. J. lljun.
VMlliam II ilu-li
ilirtln A SiiurJ.
J. 1 tarerce Tjumi;
llenjamln J. Tuu-ir
!. H Ikr
t-Haejr L. WlLxm
Cab In J White.
Allen T. Wen.
illnion L WUiiemora.
W lfc t'hanilsrs.
-V 1 llrj.in.
"VV si. rj-tnffhurst.
I C. ltliek-tuhl
Cniniuiiiv xvi i -. .a.n..i . . ,
dutv list nicht nr th.. It irr-iebs ,"""'.
-in B ,. the Uarracks. To-day it
will Is. ass.gnesl to active dutv at a Iwer-
nouse. or in protecting one ot the lines of 1
the transit company j
('oioplaliit Aliimt Cnrs.
The first n ghl of active patrol dutv w is '
..1.1.. . .. ..:""".. IU,f 3''s 1
f iverably commented upon by Colonel Cav-
; $ lKt AdSe S&
coi.oi:i, c a sivrr.MR
'' iistii.imliiiir tin 1 ir-i l:iiinti;
1..M 1. U1T IiJ-.I I ! M v vi .A
umte nJl-g the S nd Heg ciei t
nder. eomtnan ling the pose N ser
onilireiV. irre.1 an wnere iitenc the
th n wis .ipeTa'.l tiy ihe .iimi .. T.e-i
eumpauits of the M had to walk U th- f
barncks. and there was consult .able com
plaint unieng ihc mOnbers that the transit '
romp my did nut supplv cars to carry th' m
to the barracks after the duties of thu
night were finished. Colonel Cat ender said
".Mr. Ilaiimhnft aieieil to huvo six cars
to bring ray mc-n to camp after the worli
the night was over, and I agreed to gi,e
mm men enough to convoy his c-irs liatk
to the hMs from tlmss- who would be gli n
leave of ibM.n'-e for the niijht. Instead of
sis he had four cars, and. of course, thy
could not bring In all the men that weru
"I hope r-'thing of the kind will happen
again, .ii! in the future Mr I'-auinhotf mun
b ear. fill to see that he complies with his
Thrte ir.'-n were arrestee! by numbers of
Captain libber's company at Eighteenth
and Washington acn:.' The men rcfust-1
j to move on when Instructed and were ga'.b-
George II Smith of Company r. was place.1
under arrest for insubordination lj C;iptain
Gridle mlth refused to go Into a rtr
when ordered Smith lj a member of the
I'irst Infantry of the National Guard of
Missouri, and It was rrrnnmn tided that his
name be dropped r-..m the rolls.
Ml -ailte Men Hrnniiiii;.
W. 1. Keen, it of f'nmpane ! exchanged
his place as Irst I.'eutena-it of the cum
panj vith Tu!or Stlfi. Mr Kmnett becom
ing Third Lieutenant
Second IJ-uttnaiit 1 T Tune. empoe.l
h Hri'.il.-tii el. hl.titei! a movement je-ier-day
to organize a comiianj of mtr.ute men.
Among those who voliinieere! were Tom
Cranels mid all the member of Kan m
Post of the G A It. This compiny is a
volunteer org-inizatfon. and, while not to do
a tive dutv i to hold lutlf in reauiness for
Joa-'P'i H liarlj of the llanley-Kiiise'.la
Company wa a pointed Inspector Gel., ral
of the .ess,, j,.. siorlff I'.ihlinaii.
Late y. si.-rday afteinoon Colonel Cavtn- I
dfr assigned the following comisiiois for
dutv . Companl. s Nos 17 and 1. Captain
MeLntlre and Clarkson. to Kossuth and
j & it
6tui uu: iiva Mil it uriiiiiKion avrnu.
ti'twecn lajior avcue and Third siIfll.
There w'it two divisions one cJst of lira .d
aveiiu" under the comand of Major K-11-nett,
and tho other wet of Garrison to T..j
lor averue. In comman 1 of Colom 1 i'atdi.rf.
I'oth .iivlslon.s went on duty at sui.down.
Wh-n the Shcrlfrs olllce cle.-cd at 5
o'cloer., he had sworn In 1.I7C dipuiico.
NIGHT CARS ON THE LllMDELL
. , -
Sorvicc rontiiiiiL'il I.asit Nifjlit
Without Serious. Intel ni'itimi.
Cars were operated on the Lindel! lino
last night up to 1 o'clock under the vvatch
ful eves of TH mtn, 311 Deputy Shcritf-i and
I'O policemen in citizens- attire. The night
passed without an Incident 10 mar tho
peace along the line. In the early oours ..t
the evening the people loitered on tin j
streets to watch the deputies, but thov w.-re '
all ordiriy. and the hooting and 'ei ring
that usuall.v imanate from a crowd were
cor.spL-uotis last riiht by their ahrnre
Some of the ears vver- w. Ii tiit.il vv-'in
pa-sen(,ei.s. espec.allv ill.-,, leaving d.e.v -
town aixiui ii oenxK. tin- ::ve coninam, s
Of the lKssc- conutatua tint guarded .lie 1
lracs ii.re Ulstrlbutej as folliw. Com- ;
isiny M. n
oaimand ot Cm ,i,i i- i-
co-lflios-.l of slxtv-:ao 'men
traversed the tracks from Talor and l"in-
i- ney avenues iu spring ivenue; fnmiuny
.m u, MO..--I oieii. 11: .-oininard 1 r e ap-
n-cn in Co.T.ii-anv v.; in command of Can- 1
tain Harrj L. Haywar.l. "'ornii my No. 21,
llfty-six men. In coramind of dpt uu
Charles Nagel, walked irom Twentieth to I
Tenth. street, and from T. ir.h street to '
Third street the track was patroll. d by
Captain Uuchaninn's company of tixt -six
"" .. I
Company No. 1., eighty-six men. and
eoii.iinj -- .-. n.'niij-inu inen, in i
tn.JT.jr 01 fuuua ciarKMin and vv.-utfr
M-1-atirc. were stationed at Ooear and Koi-,
yutl: avenues to guard the tracks and wires ,
in that localltj. ' )
Companv No. 1C. tcventy-six men. and I
Company No .M. sixty-six men, lu command !
o' C.iplains I lcot and Llovd .Mofiltt were
.nt I.. llFillilit II on.l i,l tt..... ....
M. Entire, were stationed at Ooear and Ki-
1 .w. TtrV..rTi '. r,"""JU1 "" lu
guard the Tlroadway cable rower-house.
Mr Itaiinihoff said lu-t night that he has
1. near avenues, and onuianies Nos. 13 and the franchises; from tie Mr.srt lailua) co:n
H Cnptiiin- I'ic.t and .Moffett, to liroad- pany."
way and Sali-slnirj street Oni.-rs were given The disorder laod for several more mln
to the Captains by folrn.I Cavendei to ' r- during which ca h-. les r. i.at cells
calilles at any est. 1 ,.,.,., miioM r r.e up I'r. vlous to that
Last niltt Ihe poise was Tslgnesl to dty stive erdmances from the Hoard of l'tthlio
i mi nnl l.n lln.tia W..i.i . I IUb V..j or j. I rv
tulu Iteber, patrolled Hi. tracks from Spring of contempt. He said that be prohab y
avenue to I'.irtson and Wa hingion mo- , would Iil an application to have th. scojui
nues. Tiie track-s from Garrison avenue to of the injunction broad, net. He ,Ud not
Twentieth were patrolled bv Hie lvivfmir i.it ee-h. n ibis ai.olication wnnli! !..
Nil tli'cNi.in wa i'i'. In il on iJi' qii stiiiit of callin:: otit tin mi!iti. in tin con
fi'toiiei I:i.t niglit f tloterimr Siejilieiis, I'.ri.ttli r Ceiienil Ilancy '. Clajk, Ail
jnii'ii: Geiier.tl M. I. liVdl tK lltf .MisNiniri Nutiiinal Cnaiil. tin? imiIIh? ullicinH
and :i imimittiv of citi7e-!ih at iln SiuIihtu Hotel. TIhti will In anotlior con
fori'iiii tin, inornitiff at 10 o'clock, wht'ii tlcdslvi action will lie taken. Tho
eiiiifiTctie.' ailjoiiriKiI sit 1 iMlock this liiurniu. liownmr St-phfiis aiinotintvel
after ln iniclliiK that lie luul n-t tat"Meiit, to niaki jet.
Aflcr tin coniVretav Adjutant .em:rnl IS.-I1 .staliil that I'.tMH) inen, fnlly
arnietl ami eintiiiil. eiiti'-I In- ntiily for -ervUe tipoti six hours' imtict.
A lonlVreuct' iM'lweeii the strike-rs' rciiri'nntativt and tho representative tt
the St. l.ouis 'rninsit CemiNany liuty be held to-dny. tlio strikers hay, providing
tin j)rsieet of u i-e'ttli'im-nt is kikmI. Ciiairuian Ktlwards of the (irievai.ce Com
luitli'e, lion ever, is of the op;iiie)ii that negotialions are off, for the present at
least, and that there Is little h-iH of an ju.reei.iei.it satisfactory to lmih sidrs
heme reached. No .oliferenee between ex-tioveiaor Stone and .lude II. S.
Triest was held yesterday.
The Kaslniad Cotntnitiee of tiie City Council yosterday afternoon reported
tin Kelly hill, to repeal tin Transit Company's franchises, with the recommen
dation that it bo not passed. The Council voted to delay further action on tho
measure until the nest iM'cHiuj; Tuesday afternoon.
l'otir new eoiupaliies of the poee coulitat.is wife organized jesteiday.
The lie.trinq en tiie a ppileat ion for :i permant'iit writ of injunction a con
tinued in the Culled Stales Ciieuit urt yestenlay until June K!. Additional
aihd.iits in support of the v.rit were tiktl.
Thiee sills, who ailltnUeil assatil'iits lV.iiliite IIcsmt in South 5l. I miss on
Decoration Day. pliaded guilty to the charge of n.-sauit and li.ulery yeienl.iy
and win i-:h ii wnteueed to th." state Iiitiitii.il Kefonn Seli...il for (erN at
t iuliiiolhe, .Mo., until they Ihi-oiih of axe: Two of tlie t;irls are U yurs old
and one I 1.
Warrants cliaryltiK Thomas lieynolil--. Ai!xrt Nichids. Frank Worth. Coorge
Hill. .1 scpu Kite ami Wiiliaut 1'rnncis wilh eoiwpitintr to prewnt the pera
lioii of mail ears were- issued by Cnitetl Statps Cotuniissiioiier (Jniy jister.i.iy.
llanv T. Kilej and irm:k I'ringU. employes of the f.aelisl! ateime line,
were annulled by llre araietl Sirikers, who were sul'seitie:itly arrcstid, yes
About .'."ki t.irH?t car em:lnyei arrived here yesterday frotu Kaltltnoio and
l'hiladelphi.i to take the strikers" places. They were re. eivf d by f.'t ueral
.Manager ll.tuiiihoff'. and will lie dictributed aiuon the differem roa.I ot tho
St. l.ouis Transit Company.
I ir i I.
rn , . ration to run cars on several
. t ..ml ih.a he wdl ilj so if '
, i. t lion s pri'-ur-il. lie aid
. t l.iii-s will le oKTated.
r. plafeil on the trm les of the L-ti-
i w i- exp!.".. i l..st rtsbt .in.l
: k 1 . u e.u il I'.e 1 ilTtr Anue
' i r nu n-ttirrilni; i th- rhei
t.ik i k load of Iiepiit Sheriifx t.i
i i k- At JKlEhleeii ii tr t a-.l
. h ?. n lV're ws a leui exp in anl
r . in.) ..f the e-r was lificsl from
ri Ks i. 1 eVlaI v. rdoa ,:t mi it-
d 1 Ii. n was m cue in th. tar exi..!
'i it w j 1 tn. n. who w.r- so ke up, but
not H , .r 1 The c ir u pi bai K .
the tr!4, v. ami ran to the fhvus wiih.ut
fvHier l"i ! lit.
TO DONATE DELEGATES' PAY.
I'lonin's Ktst)lii(ii.it to AM Stril.'i-rs
is l.o.st iu iJk- Ii'tiiM.
A st. rm wa pri-oiiltaf-d In the Kone o'
Drl(gat?s Iat eening w!i-n a reznlutlon
was introduced by I'd' gate Ja-nes Croiln
Iiroidlug that c.ieh member of the House
should j-he his nalary f t r tle lat thru!
niunthrf tu the trikli g slrt 't railway vm-
i.l.ijes. On the
t.i.ies. uii the vote, on the
mnnn. Jloltkamn MtVHta7 'inn -ll . Si
ler. Schumacher. Stumevaiil and Immblvn
and S-BV..r Jtirell vol. d no, ac.t.rtllrg
to the record ki pt by representatives cf t'.e
press. With twentj-foar i-emb-ts present
th! made a t. S,s .kr Murrell anuieit eel
the result of the vote to havi I een U n
and 11 eves.
Thin there was a stT'n of fo'ests, prln
elul!y from 1'IeKtt. - f.-n.'ii. aed i'lir'.
wno aceus.si the s-.. alr of trein to r.;n
much-shod r th IJ uife . nd of d b'e. '-
t.-l.i anuounrii g an line, urate rc-u t if
I'.u-ke .lennnded a new vole while Cronin
walked uu t th. i-tak. i' ! sk. an I Ir, de
fiance of his orders f"r l.rai to take h .:
siit, shoutrd at the Sj enk r thit the reso
lution was r..t lost is be had d's-Hr d. ttnil
that he v.a-. nut n-ilng to .subn.it tu su. h
methods In th" llou-'e. Then Speaker Mur-r-11
instruct?.! the clerk to j.'-c. !
with th" reading of th. tirelinatsces on hi
iek. but the noise made b; le.-yi
llurke and Cronin was so leud tiat ti.e
clerk could not lie henrd, and llnalljr tho
sr taker vvas force.! t.i reooiT.Izi Iielegte
Hurke. lb- and Lele:te Cio-tn b arae
troie Insistent, and the Sjienker .s.neiM Ie!
to put a trotlen to .usi nn his rulm, which
n-cillon. after sonn me"e d'.id r. .mis
p i.ssed bj a vote 1 1 a In " I h gate I'ron'a
thin denoenrii! Irf.t'i th Sp, aki r mil Ihe
clerk for dihving witi toe tUuns and
declared the Speak, r refuse-l to ncgnl'ii
memlsT of the Hou'e- unless wh.t thov
were going to sav suittd him.
Delegate Ciot.ln acis .nKinrd his reo!u
tlnn with a. vvrlttm order, autboriilng Ma. k
Mislk. ecniaty of th street railvvuv men's
urion. to collect the -a! irv from him in
ac. or.lance with the rem'i.ilnn
Wlen the Iloiii-e 1. 1 t.n illj suslalne 1 Jlt
Sp.aker In Ills annoiiniemeiit of th" vole
on the resolution. Ivb g. te Cisuiln sa 1
"Now Mr Speaker. I move that nr
mo-iev goes. 1 want th.-s s'..r Mlows to
hive my money if th" rist of ou r.on't
I 0I1 e .10 e ..lint
' TI.. s!t...u. r mini Cronin out of order
ar.d told Mm to keep quiet. He refused t..
do so. and wild
I tine., f. ritfht to llO With tnV money
what I please. I have as much right to do
.... ... .... 1. ..I ... ... a 1.111 lal-.m. flu ...
iiii iih i.iii ii.i'i nr 1 . .'.. .-.. -.. .......
lmniovniipmn rn' iyj in-. 4
proveinent were read, as was also an i.ri'l
nance introdwed by I'el'gate Si hum-ich. -il-
laring rot.ur.iption a ror.taii"Us and
corrfTunicahl- di'eie and m .k.m: it a m s
demeanor for .1 phvsicitn to tad to n-jsirt
any case conttne within ris nut.e. ali
51r.1v.ding for Hi- ill'lof.sti n of rooms
where consumptive pat! nts are e nlinel
An ordinance authorizing the Miv.r and
Comptroller to sell a lot on Wnlirt ao'l
Twentv-thlrd streets In citv Mock -.0. .11
for r.i3 wis r-h! 'or 'n f-r tine n'if
the cui-cur-ent re olati -n ar-i vl'i3 the r -isirt
of Ihe Mavors "-il ti'ig . ...-.iml.i.
was adopted. The House tnjouru .1 uui.il
Arjiimii'iitN Will Hi li'.'titl l'v
.lii(lc Ailams on .lunc KI.
Tho hearing of the ni.-tion for the writ
of injunction! U-fote Judge Adam- of the
I'nti.d States C11cr.it I'onrt, was continued
to June IT. The continuance wu.s grantcl
estcrday n.ormng nt th" request of V. S
Anlh-jnv, atternej for th. ib fend. mis. iJis.
trict Attorney E. A. Ib-zt-r was willing to
poitpoiie the hearing, lie stated that in the
interim be or..b:ibl would have two ad-
dittonal allldavies to til.
The court a-k.d If the temporary Inlune-
Hon had been violet, t air. ftozi r was
not pr.ii.irid to aiiwr mis 01,. ,ti n .t
the time. Liter h. intimated that be had
nothing which would wariant u. bringing
I or the defenoauts Into court on u.e cr.ar;
Nine nddltloml afildavlt, supporting the
bill tor a permanent injtincti m restraining
strikers and others 'from iiit.rfiiing wi.h
the mall cars In St. Lou-s. were filed In tho
circuit Court in the morning. These were
made by emplovc-s of the compiny an 1
allege Indignities, viohin'e -ind attempts at
coercion perpetrated upon them while work-
inK n cars of the St. .ouis transit Com-
The affiant are It. H. Fringlf. A. 1
Yontx. John II. lllchardson. Henry I.'avt.
s. A 'jefiklns. J. G Urueggemann. A,m
Hortz. Charles Hockwav and George Uuval
Several of these men are old street car tm-
ployes, and have Worked on St. Louis cars
". - , m. .
ir irem ten to twenty irarr. ine principal
allec.itions iri. :,s..ult. it terfcrrir - eelih
running of mail cars, tfforts on the part of
nn'.-n mJn to force th affiant In'.i the
r .nizitlon. that ol.l enioeijes of ti.
r.-rapan,-. MrlkeiN. wrn-li ihe --.. is !
I'.Iiing afllaets car trelr e.'rs an.t beattng !
th m. ;
K H PriPKle ulleges that be ha been
hi:.. a v-r In the -aploj oi tne Si. Louis
Tiai-'t Cempani. ard the corporations
w.i.i h .re ceierd it; that he is t present .1
rco'ornaii or. a ma. I car. On June 5 while
.ir si.g s0 ro to work at hli h-ne, four
shot ivere nted at the houee. At 11:15 of
toe j;ani - da, he w.-.s s:ainiin on the plat
form hi car. which was in front of the
St Louis avenue -shells. A crowd Katheresl.
in which, hi Males, he n one Gtorge !
lis, is. t iiniLf end man "or ih transit com- j
p.iij .'-.J stiiker l'iv,, he ca'd. ii-e.1 I
v'u 1-rguage 1. 1.1 ire! ulrn and said "V II
e. Jin .t-" 'm Jl.tK t his .vife was 1,0
Ing t. th. jh 1. in m-et him v.h-n she
was assault.-i P.. a mm with a buck.
EFFECTS OF THE STRIKE.
v.'h:ti:j;' in I'lisseimer Traflic on the
Tte effect? of the strike are n-parent In
rverj prt of the ell v. b-l one of the must
slrlki.-t, ckait-ses, wlde.ll It lias brought
about la the dltlcrence In t!ie class of 1 air lin
age at Union Station. Since May h the class
of iia-i'.iner.s on nearlv ..very Iflie le-idl:ig I
into tnc cjr 1-1 eriaiiK.il greatly ami tnc
tratiic at the station is now far Is? low what
It sboull ts at this lime .f the eur
In the nri feu di of the strike the
trathe ai. iii.uastsl, if a;ithlng, lie:
lai. leaj.ng ;j the suburl acre hca.ily
pi.n.r.'z.d and a latge 1. umber of persons.
hit drawn to the citv bv idle curloslt to
wtih to strike In piogr.s. The tlrst I'tiy
or ii.-u au -aw a number of the l.vls.ling
iny a: 1 iv., with the evident hope of of
lnii..na; eti.rli' m-ft hire. This in'lu-c
ccase.i alm-'M eotlrelv by the third day
anil sit. e th. ti the ab-enc of those In
: .rcl. eicpl .vn.erit Iihs been milked.
Ihls lr.ij be accounted f r by the fact that
man) of th. m walk h re or else rlje In
on fni.ht tiains, but there have been few
arrivals ul the sort at the station this
month. The i.sual nunils-r of country peo
ple who visit tne citv ti make purchases
arrivetl In the citv f..r the rtrst few- day.-,
but tils lack or transportation has almost
en Irely put a slop to this paying class of
At present the patronage of the stitl n
h.- for its noticeable feature the
train, t n the Hiburban trams.
ini.rnins a large number of trains deposit .
h. . v y l.ds of iifcenK. rs. the tral'lc from
Soni'i Si L cis iKlug specially heavv. Tha
fi 11 s lea lirg fiom Carondeb t are ln.-arl- !
ul iy crowded, as tne reslil. nts lit that dls
tri. t . b.nisi t! is method of arriving near
the basics center. The local (rains lead
ing tu th- Immediate western suburbs aro
i.l.-o heavily patronized, but the crowd l
Its marked than 0:1 the stun tarn trains.
Sn.guiar'v enough, the usual number of
tnvt-hi.s men stsim tit. come and go, til
th, iijsh tn. .r business must bave fall-u eff
r-i in r cent slni-e the i: aiigurutton ef tho
s.riK. . Tiie cs.iintre visitor In eiiiu-'plctinus
b hU lllfreiUelleV. while tint Class of long
ilf 1 a..- tr.ni'l.ik seems to have been but
STEI.'B!SS AND BLEWETT.
Snlnirliaii Ailiitrators C.ih'i Agreu
uu the Titird .Man.
II H Steinbis. tl.e arbitrator e'e-rted by
the Sutnirban union men, yesterday ad
dr sse.1 a letter to Scott II. Htewctt. tho
repnsentative of the company, requesting
him to reiegn and permit some one else to
lie named in his si'acf.
S;i inoiss ur..l Bit uitt have never been
at le to agr"e upon a third man as arbitra
tor In the troubles existtrg betwtcn the
comrany and lis firmer cmploves.
Mr. Steinblss iaisi lat nlcht tint lie did
not wt-ih t. intimate that Mr. nievv"tt was
not acting fu.rly. but that his personal busi
ness v. as su n that he wa out of town so
fr.spi. iitly thnt It was impossible for him
to give the queslljn the attention It re
quited M'. 1'IeV.ctt I now out of toan. A few
i'hvs ago he stated that he and Mr. Stein
b had been unable to agree upon a third
man. am neither couia ugget ono who
w is net eatable to lnith.
Mnnager Jmklnn of the Suburban said:
"I have left the mittir as I agreed, en
tirely in the hands of the arbitrators. I rc
Sjiet tint an further trouble should have
divelcped. but I' i no fault of mine. Mr.
Stelnbi-s and Mr Hbwett were selected to
amitrate our diffe-nifes and I hope their
nfKnti t'b ns nnv be con b'eted wirhnnt Ihe
.slight. st friitl p. I have not seen cither for
sunie tlin. Tin whole matter Is In tl.elr
hand- atel iiiil-r the agreement 1 i.-.ua.
abide by thilr dtclsion."
It Ts Cliaifrt-il That Tluy KN-ftisotl
to Itiilf on l'.toathvay Cars.
Seven Heputv Sheriff. were arrested last
night at the North Iiroadway jkiw er-houe
anl loeked up In the holdover at the Four
Court?. All of the m'-n are held for investi
gition It is ch.iigi"! that they refused to
rid" on Iiroadway cars for the purpose of
protecting th. transit comptnv's prorcrtj.
All ot Hi. men vvere iu Captain 'I'icot's com
pai.v. They stated as their objection to
vrviee that they were tired of sleeping
with nonunion men and protecting nronerty
Interests wMth, in their opinion, should not i
lie i.roteeted. At tlrst tho liriiuinai-j ..,-.
allowed the liberty of the assembly-room !
but upon order of Night thief l'ickel they ' from I'hlladelph.a. They came in on a sp.
were finally transf. rre-1 to the holdover. cial Vandal.a train at i.l'i a. nu and were
As tin men walked back from thu 1'olico ' n.et at ihe bnl.n Station by Ag nts Worrell
Curtroom to tl.e hoUovcr all of theni ex- . and Oeviy of Ihe St. t.juis Transit Cum-prt-s-eil
them-elves as being vc-y indignant ' jMiiy. Four transit cars wire in waiting,
at the actl' 11 taken by the Night Chief. Th-y which conveyed the new men to the power
said they understood that they were sworn , house at Nt. SW1 i'art avenue.
In for the simple purpose of protecting ell'.-I After the antval of the In n th'-y were
zens from violence and preserving law and ' addressed bv Manager L'aumhon. who out
orJtr In tho eity of St. Lou!. It is charged lined tneir duties and tohl them that they
that tl.e scve-n under ar'est objected to would lie retained in the employ of the
slfciiing ami eating with the nonunion men company as I .ng as they 1 r: rmed their
in ti cur iheds at Iiroadway and Salisbury duties sitlsfact .tllv. Iu Hit s.'t. noon the
street. They said that they were, willing to ram wcro assigned to various lnes
POSSEMEN OF ADVANCED YEARS.
111'1'"'"'"""" l W 1 1 iTi'r BH1ir "TIBll !! IIIMOTMWIMii
fill' " J ?'- J '5v i.t,-K, y. ' .'- lg)
Ji -s j fu 'V'iv! 4 ?Cv -4 " ToaiSB -&HrPHSjH 4 a m m
i X 1iiiii .mi p"wiii "-. ..... ,m:.mnmmi ! Iliw wmmmmmammimmmm 1 1
llllnli.il II IIHIII III 11 I ' .Wb
be tntarcrrat'd if th. y had '.. lated the
h.w tf the :ii and thank, d I'aptain
ltf-yne.1 is f..r llowlrg them the privlleg. of
the hol'iov-i r.
Tliose urder arrest are T. IT. Koch. A.
7innierman, Henry Teiman. George Ii.
l.'-niimitt, William J. Casey. F. M. Huf
tlngtun and C. E Sharp.
KELLY SILL LAID OVER.
Council niii!iiin-e Kctoiniiit'mleil
That It I.e.- Not .'asset!.
The llallroad Committee of the Citv C.uin
til i. -on d the Kel'y bill to that 1-o.iy yes
terdav afternoin vilth the recommend, tion
that it le pot pissed. The Counc-1 then
adopted Mr Thuuer's raot'on that further
nrtl. n on the t otnrritt. e's renort be ilefuri I
until the -it xt meeting of the Council Coun
ellmen Galls, tiasl. Carroll arvl Elch-irils
were nbcnt and veere unexcu-ed.
A lesolutlon adopted bv the Franchise lle
peal U ague at the W'e-"l E-id Coliseum lsst
Thutsdiiv night was ptesented to the Coun
cil. The r solution ursts the Council to
pit-s the Kelly bill.
Courvllrnan Schnell Introduced by request
an ordinance authorizing the Hoard of
Health to kill ill e-atile having tuberculosis
in any form of tin- dtse-asc. and authorizing
ihtm to go into stabiis. Jots and rO forth,
for the purpiee of ixaminlng ctttle supposed
to be irjll-1. I with the d's.-ase.
The as and Means Committee reported
a con tirieiit resolution app ..ving thy r. i-ort
of the Mavor'.; Auditing Committee, which
1. 1 art v.as tiled Jut.e I The resolution wut
-mi...! The same .silnmltt.e renorteil tho
t ili-iis. li.U in: k.i g a.'. lr.l..n il appropriation
for He.b 1'ark. with the amendment chang
ing tin nrm.ani or me appropmtn'n irom
$4'V) to J."; 'Ihe rubs were suspended, the
amendment adopted and th- bill sent to en
grossmen'. ChJinnan Wiggins of the Eailroad Com
mittee thin made a report on the Kelly bill,
stnting that his committee was convinced
that the bill would work gnat injury to th
intTits of the city and thai they had
therefore decided to report it unfavorably.
Mr. Th :ner statesl that h- was prei-arlng
eevcral very lmpcrlant amendments to the
1.111 nri.1 fur that reason and the ficl that
' sev.ral uieml ers of the Council wre not
present, he irovisl tint turtr.er iciion on ine
bill 1 deferred until next meeting 01 t 10
. Couin-. Tms motion prevail.. 1. ami tiie
i Council t.xsl aiijoiirtieU until mesqav att-
trnooti of next vve. 1;.
LAWYER J. P. KERR ARRESTED.
Charged With Thing Pocket Kuifu
011 a r.oy.
Jam-s. p. Kerr, a Itwyer, residing at No.
41" Evans avenue, was arrested at 730
o'clock last nlsht at Hro.dway and OIlvo
streets on the ch-rgc of cutting a boy with
a jss-ket knife. The nrret was mule by
Charles Groshan. Fi.-st Sergeant, Company
E. of tho pa-se coinr.atus. K'.rr anl tho
lov were taken to the t.sse barracks at
No. Cl-v Washington avenue. The boy said
that Ms name wan Michael Frankcrt. and
that he lived at No. 'Jli! Cuss avenue. Ills
wound was not erlous end ho was able to
walk to hl home.
Tho boy sid that K rr sent him f. r to
bacco, and that be brought back Hie wrong
kind. Kerr became tnraged. the boy said,
and, crabbing him by the hair, pulled his
lit ad back and slashed him across tho
Kerr wna sent in the chestnut Street Sta
tion by Chief l'ickel. He will be arraigned
In the Police Court this marning. Kerr. It
was. Slid, was under the inllueme of liquor.
He would not answer questions and did
nothing but leer ut the deputies when they
asked him why he cut tho boy. ,
WIRE CUTTERS AT WORK.
A Xiunl't'i' of Instances and Sev-
At 12.&) this morning a man was discov
ered by Olllcer Krew It of tho Fifth II$trlct
cutting wire at Twenty-third and North
Market streets. There were two other men
with him who math their escajie. Tho man
wa.s taken to the Fifth District I'ollce Sta
tion, wherp he gave the name of David
Wire cutters on Vandeventer nvniue and
North Market atreet did consider ible dam
age last night. Captain 11-ckman of tho
bhcr'iT's posse sent Ihre-e squads e f deputies
to the scene.
Three men, William Hir.es, Tom Jerdan
and William I-ahy wre arresteVi at Six.h
and O'Fallon streits by polite otlicen, last
r.leht, charge.1 with wire 1 utting.
Tim lunch) anl Enger.e lialy were ar
rested at Nlntte.tith nml O'F.tlltn streets
tarlv this morning on a chargo if wire
NEW EMPLOYES ARRIVE.
Tied lilt. Weie Distributed Among
the DittVivnt I.oads.
About XO men Irom EJStern cities arrived
In St. Louts jcst-rlay morning to enter the J
employ ot tne st. i,ouis transit company.
SiMetn were from IJal'unore and the others
DOCTOR J. AV. WHITTLESEY,
Cor Missouri Voir Snlanlay; show
er nml cooler Sunday I enalerlj"
I'or Illinois Fair Snlnrday; mm.
rr In northern portions: Increasing
east 10 xiuth.-nst vvinda; Sanilar
.shoTtcra anil ruuler.
I'or Arkunnn Fnlr Saturday
slioners .Sunday; noulkerlT vrlud.
1. G.Tvernor Slerh?is SHU la Undecided
2. Schrsil Teachers Appeal to Pollco.
Girls Sentenced to Industrial Home.
Honors for Kerens In Philadelphia,
Z. Strango Affidavit Filed In New York.
I'lan to Smother Cuban Scandala.
IJoers at Lang's Nek.
i. Sporting News.
Kara Traek Ucults.
lioekerj" Welcomed Iforne.
Jim' Lov.o Elected President,
K. 'urn of the Goli Men.
Mrs. Hussell Sage's TalK,
Kecne's Uet on Uryan.
T. Notes About New Cooks.
Progress of the Census.
Itaby Show Closca To-Day,
Twice Sentenced for Life.
lublishrrs War About Books'.
S. Flory Will Campaign ca Railroad e;
Fair Graduates cf alary Institute.
Woman Seeks Citizenship.
1. Admiral KempfT on Situation la China
Funston's Latest Adventure.
2. Church News and Announcements,
Sunday School Lesson.
Z. The P.ai!roads.
Western ITesidents Meet In Nevr Yorlr.
To Handle Fruit Shipments).
Kern Company Silent.
o. New Corporations,
Transfers of Kealty,
I aver Telesrams.
C. Grain and Produce,
T. Financial News.
S. Dressy 'Bo.liees and Outdoor Frocks.
"Touches" That Give Styla to Buramtt
Ptvllsh Mohair IVock.
Suggestions Abort Putting Up Fruitk
How to Trim Dressy Dodices. ,
Smart Styles of Children's Hats. '
Young Girl's Frock of Figured Ducat '.
ANY PRICE UNDER $500.
Long's View as to a Reasonable!
I'rice for Armor.
Washington. June 3. Flans will be imme
diately perfected by the Navy Department
for carrying out the largest programme ot
shipbuilding yet undrtnken in the develop
ment of the r.pw navy. The preliminary
step in that direction is to be the l"ue of a
circular-letter to-morrow to shipyards, ask
ing for the submission of bids for the con
struction of threo battleships authorized by
tho act of March, l'. also three armored
cruIsetH and six protected cruisers-, the lats
ter having been contracted for last Novcm
ler. Last j ear's programme of Increase, with
! that contained in ihe naval bill passed this
week, provides for llv.i battleships, six ar
mored cruisers, six protected cruisers ami
three cruisers of the Olvmpla type, all ot
which are jet to bo designed except three;
batHcshtps and the smaller crulsers.
Admlr.11 O'Kell and other bureau chiefs
are confident that He long pending armor
, question Is now settled and that the de
f . . .1, i .i.t .. ... ,
partincuv win tie: coaineii in Lirocure tiie im
mense ouantlty of plate required for shins
! authorized, amounting to :3.0 tons, and
costing approximately about 517.0no.0W. Elds
for suppl) lug this armor arc tn be asked nt
once, proposals being submitted on threa
lots, comprising ll'.lo) tons, 20,'jOO tons and
Unless the bids arc satisfactory to Secre
tary Long, he i authorized to begin con
struction cf a Government armor factory,
it Is understood that IHds under $Ju0 per ton,
will bo considered reasonable by the Stcs