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MORE "BUSINESS WANTED"
AI ncro prlntr! In I lie Iteputiltr
In Kfhriinr? than In uit tttlirr i
M. I.oiiln tit pnjirri.
1,399 "Horse and Vehicle"
iln nTf firtntecl In Tlir ZSriiuhllo
IiiMt month. Il morr limit lit nny
utlir M. Loul iirrmpapcr.
"WOIRLID S 1QO-4- FAIR
ST. LOUIS, MO.. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1903.
1 . - ( In H. I.ouls.Oiic Cent.
77 T ( ' 7? J Unl.lUc St. I.niils.Trrn Ce
-.. J- v-f J; 0u Trltin. Three Cents.
KING LEOPOLD RECEIVES PRESIDENT- FRANCIS;
BELGIUM Will PARTICIPATE IN WORLD'S FAIR'
HOGG WILL RUN
FOR THE SENATE
UNION BANK ROBBERS FOLLOWED TO FOUR COURTS
BY A GREAT CROWD WHICH AWAITED TRAIN.
Collins and Rudolph Admit Robbing the Bank, and Declare That
They Killed Detective Schumacher After They
Were Fired Upon by Their Pursuers.
KOIAL 1'AI.At i:i. 1
STIRS ALL EUROPE
France Is Xow Determined Not to
Be Outdone by Germany's
OTHER NATION'S ARE ACTIVE.
President of World's Fair Will De
part on Kronprinz With Charles
M. Schwab May Make Ke
turn Trip in June.
Brussels. March 10. President rrancls of
the St. Louis Exposition arrived hero this
morning from lierlln.
He wjs met by United Statn Minister
Townsend. who ncco'mpanle hlr.' on xlits
to the Premier and the Minister of Agri
culture. At 4 o'clock this afternon KlnK IHipoU
rpceheil Mr. Francis In an audlenc hich
laptcJ an hour.
The Kins expressed Krcat interctt In the
Bt louH World's Fair, and asured Mr.
Francis that Uelglum woulj participate
Mlnl'tcr Townscml entcrtaiied Mr. rran
clp at dinner to-night, after which the lat
ter left for Tails In order to catch the
Kronprinz Wilhclm for New ork at Cher
bourg. Herore leaving nrussel. Mr. Franclo stld
he was much gratified at the rc-ults of his
It is paid that he intern to return to Ku
rope In June, and will then vlit St. I'etcrs
burg. VUniirt. The Hague and Cairo.
Te Kronprinz left Ilrvmcn to-day and will
?toj at SjUtham;itun and ChTbourg to-morrow
to take on pastih-i-. Mr. Charle-. M.
Schwab, presldtnt of the United State tte 1
corporation. nccompanid b llr. bchwab
and his father and mother, will be among
the distinguished pa--engers who will sail
with Mr. Franclo. Mr. Schwab has im
ptoved much since his sojourn In Europe.
The iIt of I'rcIdcnt Fr.nrl to Iimperor
William has ,tirred the Flench to renewed
activity and a determination to outshine the
Teuton at the World's Fair.
Commenting upon the assurances of the
KaNer to hac a number of the roval fam
1I In all likelihood the Crown Price Fred
erick Wllhelin. Nlt Pi I.ouN at tile iwn
Ingot the I;iollion. Oil Bits, iiroposes that
the French Gcncrnmcnt stnd an eminent
soldier or bailor to St. I .'Mil- as Its represen
tative Ft the opening of the Woild's Fair.
Emperor William, who Is certainly a
Matrsman and .m excellent business man.
UmnvH how tu tutn martial s-plondor to
t-npltn! aceount and exploit the tastes anil
te:i the Tads of otlur nations He Kikiu-.
well tint Americans like pump and dis
play In others, and that Is wl he has de
cided to mid a nimbei of the imperial
fiimlly to St. Iiuls net jtai to bo pres
ent ut the opening of the sites ot the
"Why should not the Fieneh (locrn
ment nlKo bend a mtn with u brilliant uni
form, (itneral SaussJer. Adnilntl (Jorals or
tleneral Negrif, for tnntnncv. whose pres
ence would counterbalance Hint of the Her
man Prims', to the mr.autago or Fieni.il
Tim annoui-ienient that (Jeimanj would
Klvo a leall'tie np'odiK Hon of the Tjrul
can alps atlir ihn Mjle of the hwiss -l.iHn
in the Pails i:xi!o-iitlnn has set Hin
Fieiieb t ominisi,in.. at their wits, end
to lnim some f.-:ill:ie as an offset to that
proposed b the ileim.ins
END OF BAUMHOFF
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Wrllil linn tim Miillltl fill HI) extrlliini MU'K
tloll I'OCimtvMiT llnmitliolT ilepoied to OiO Inr
1 rti liniilft ntfoompiim.it bv hin imuliir.
tle.liuo ll.ililiili.ill, 'ibsv iv. fivnl mi tm.
IIIHIhill 111 XV lull lKtloil,lll tin lnhr.ll. Inu,
tin Iho iiwllf .1.)rn not ihumo nil eaijv
Uelllelilem I liny ileOblnl llnl in leliiillll
lull"! , . ,
II Is unlit III tl (lie PiesMeiil will luhe
Jllli 10 rVrtlllllli Hie npu lilllv bcfoli' lie
eeMes HiA nmllrr
Ho IIIHV Oil tills Iwrmr Hie ItIuhi nf Hi
hiuiubK'I IJOIieial, Imt It lliiphib.lblc.
2 k!-7Ii:3?C4e?'" r 7735tfG? fH
whliu: pul'suhint nt yncis talked wnn kim; Leopold uon
no i it.
FLOOD STAGE APPROACHING
liauge Reads Tliiit-Fivi I'f.'t anil the Weather Bureau Predi
Stage of Thirty-Kiuhr Keet, Whit h Will 1'ie.ik All Retord
Levees Still Hold Sti-ontr. but the l-JnMueis Are Keeping:
Close Watcji Over TJiem. as the l'tv-iiit Rse Is Ex
pected to (Jive Them All They Can Stand Danger
Is. Reported at '.u-utliersil!', .Mo.
GENERAL RAINS SEND ALL
The flood situation 1 approaching a crii: nt Memphl". Term. The giuge "ihnwed a
stago of U feet there lat night, v.hkh Is two feet under the maximum of 1CT The Gov
ernment Weather Ihireau predicts a stage of" 3S feet, which will bnak all records.
Considerable uneasiness is felt by the farmers oecupving lmss bad; of the levee, and
every day sees hundred" of families moving away. Though all admit the danger, the levee
engineers are not so much alarmed, because the eves are in o much better condition
than they were in 1S37.
Hovernment patrol boats ire still active In vrntchlng the levees which even the, engi
neers admit will bo taxed. An extra force was ilNpntrhrd veterday io Helena to protect
the levee there The sudden rle of the White ltlver makes the sltuttion apprehensive.
Thleveoit Cirutbersvllle. Mo.. m.i give way. svfS
The current of the Mississippi is reported stronger thin nt any previous Mood. It is
now running twelve miles an hour, nnd, with the great quantities of driftwood in thf
river, navigation Is perilous. - ,
General rains over the Mississippi Valley promise an Immense volume of water to
swell the Hood. The Ohio River t ontinui to ne nnd thousands of acres of bottom lands
are Inundated The Tennes-e and Illlnol- rivers have aln Joined In the Hood, both be
ing bankful The rains of xcstcrdav are expected to semi them over
Ice gorges are breaking up In the North tnd. added with the spring rains, are sending
an Immense amount of water down the Mlssi-sjjpl. It will be some time, however, befoio
It arrives. Grand Klver in Michigan and the Platte and l.oup In Nebraska are all on a
A large portion of Grand IJaplds. Mich, Is under water, and persons going about the
city In boats give It much the appearance of Venice. Columbus and several surrounding
lowns m .curasKa were partly inuntiaicu.
Texas streams are also rising
Memphis, Tenn.. March 10 The crisis in
the Hood situation In this locality i rapidly
npproachlnc. The river here to-diy rce
three-tenths of a foot nnd now stands IS
fett on the gauge.
It Is still r ing nt an appalling rale. The
current has doub'ed its ped and i-a mov
ing at the rate of about twelve miles nn
Immense quintitles of driftwood cover the
channel, and navigation Is becoming hazard
ous Tho ltvccs are feeling their greatest strain
now, and It is a mooted question whether
thev will hold Government engineers are
giving tie matter undivided attention, and
the diligence the are displaying is proof
of Hie gr.ivitj with which they regal d the
The Government pitrol boat ,T C. Atlee
left Memphis to-day for the White Hlvcr In
the Helena district Should the levie hieak
at this stage of the river untold property
lo's and a great sacrifice of human life
would be the consequence. This is fully
appreciated bv the levee engineers and the
Govcrnmtnt o11cIal. and every precaution
li being taken te guard again. t disaster.
Tho rallriads arc suffering keenly, all
trains continuing many hours behind time.
The crfst of the fiord is ndvam ing swlft
1 on ths sictlnn. and a great rise Is ex
pelled lo-nllit. The local Government
wtather fori ci ster states Hi it the river Is
llltely lo leich a mark here of over 3S
feet. The sunnier Georgia I.ce arrived In
port nt 7 o'clock ln-nlght and reports much
suffeilng up the river.
Aeci. riling to the steamers olllcials water
is standing two feet In the ftrcels of
Carulhiisvllle, Mo No relief Is In sight
itl HIIMi:T INSl ! VIIMMi.
Preillets lllulier (inline 'I linn iin He
eordeil III IstIT UUllsler.
Wnshlmslon March 10 -The Weather llu
renu lu-il.iv Issued the follcwlng Imllrtln oi.
Hie river situallon.
"The t'rper Ohio Itlvel Is iislng lapldly.
The 1.0WU Tinuesseo will coullnue to rise
fin Hie next three or four elavs and Hio
MIshIshIppI from SI l.ouls In Cairo for Iho
next Ihlrlv-slx Iimiiih
"No ihiuiRiH urn at present Indicated from
the fereeiist stake, of HI or M feil nl Culni
Tho MlH8lllpt, below the inmitli of tho
Ohio, CkiitlmiiM to i No ei s'ovvlv, lull Hie
tWii In the ui'lKtihoiliniid of .Memphis vtll
pioWilil) bo mure rapid iifm Tu. nhiv A
Hlnira of about !,x (e. t is pieiul at Mem
phis unit lv f-el cr pmslblv IiIhIhi hi 1i1
inii, whirs llu. sIiikh till itiiniiltiK was H.'.i
tut, Memphis iiiiiIIiik IS ninl Cultn 4T 7
"Hio levie at Cituilhi'isvlllJ Is upmisd
In bo til ilnu..'!,
"A Hnnn til Hie lirlKlibiilliiii.il of M U n
ilKNIlid mr Uknliuu iillhiii rltiil oi i-i
iliiM, mid ii iMh.' ot ioni. ;i ri ill Ntn
Ollemm wtHilu llnieoi tour vuelt "
niMTi ihn in"? hi, .nu:ii,
tlll.elis Tin vol In Veuellllli in i n
Hi ninl ltupl.t, Mich, Miiieli lo, -Tho
Hliiii.t Ulvu Is sin; il. Inn ui i hi point It
Is Itiindlim the liullcrMiiiiin uf il'e.irtiU
fmtullcs mid foiclliK llu plimia to ,hui
ilnttll. A llllliihef of irslddiicis on ihc West
p'lite mo Isii'iilnt mid biMts me iuiiiiiuk
pun wlieio Hie sllnls Welc pnssali ves.
'Hio lilftlicmt wntvr lunik lias not Jcl been
A CRSSIS AT MEMPHIS.
MISSISSIPPI TRIBUTARIES UP.
reached hut may be soon If the i-e gorge
at lonl.t breaks or If n threaten".! rain
proves heav y
lit ports fiom Ionia av the 'vat"r rss
rl.nn nln. li.l.. t. ..... f. , .. i ..I. . ,
.,-., i.inr iiiiiitv, ut'ie MiM-f IrfSl iini iinu
! vva still rlslnu
oiiio in s'iii.i. itisixn.
Conlliiiioiis Itiilns I'roniisr lo Senel
ltlver Vlueli HlKlier.
Kv.insville. Ind.. March 10 The Ohio
ltlver is still rising here slowl.v and rtood
42? f..ct this afternoon. It.iln fell most ot
the d-ij and all of the side streams are r's
ing. In many of the houses In the lowlands
below this cltv families aro living In the
second storj of tbelr houses, while the Urst
lloer Is two feet elep In water Some nf the
families moved out se.ver.il da.vs ago and
are living in tints.
Neariv 100.0 1) bushels of c irn were washed
aw.iv to-div along the Wabash Il'ver. Rain
1" still falling a few miles above heie. Most
of the beats n the Ohio ltlver between here
and Louisville were suspendel this after
noon It Is expect d the crcl of the iKe
Will reach here by the last of the week.
'Iho gie.itest fear now is a windstorm
Should this nciur, there will doubtless' be
untold damage to people still living in their
housi s in the bottoms
xTHU I'l.OODHIl VNX Illllll-.s.
nl'.IUIiiiiii, eiatle anil 1,(1111! HI vers
Ire linn I. fill I.
Omaha. Mirch 10 Flood teports are 10m
Ing In tn-day from n number of towns
at mi; the Flkhorn. Platte and l.nup riven
The most serious situitlon Is at Columbia
and Fremont At the hitler pHe, the water
lun night coveied Hie loner part of the
Inglewooil. in the southern limits, was
under wntei hj midnight and nnuv puijile
had ictlreil. Ignorant of their danger, and
were nwakaned hj Hie water rushing Into
Tim water Is stationary In-dav, mil It Is
believed the high point has turn leach-d.
Tho towns of Stanton, Scliiivlu, I'mlrnl
Cltv and SI Paul tuc still In tho .'entei of
Hie I'ooded illstrlits
All lialns frnni Hin Wist were lain Into
luo-roor mm: is i:imici i:u.
Ilenvv llllln I'nlls llicr Hie llhln ul-
Imill. vllle, Mm ell in A hmvv tweHe-liour
rain eMuulliiK nvn a radius of llfiv mlli.j,
Willi Us i.nlrl in l.niilsv III,,, v, u ul,0,,r,j.
log lu Ills lneiil Ueiiihn Hiireiiu nltleblN,
niUHn 11 rle In Hie ntilii ltlver bj lo-nior-iiih
to tno feu ah. e ih,. dmnjer linn,
Tim Inwlninln lii linllmin mui Kiinmk)
me iliiodtil foi mile.
I'l.UIHMe I'llOM llli: I,(I,mis,
I'ni'iui'i's )liivo Hluol. Prom (in. oiiin
Ileinliiniin, Ivy, Mnieh hi , Hvsly s.e
Wiu wllllriMit oil Hie iMe irt in.ilny.
The fenl.ini llelrrnn, nn rnpldly us sh
isuitd dims 1111.1 leerns His rlvor, Inliilod
I0111U nf liniss. niiile-e, hurts mui cnnle
fiom Hie thiiinhile.l ttinun on ih.i tndUiuv
sM of Hin Ohio ttlvei
The oWliriNilf III faun Hiek, Cltlte, to.,
found II riiltli'illl 10 keep tllctr prnprlly cp
mnle, in several liiuttlomtn wero ciiirble.l
I'niitlliliril iiu 1'iiuc Till),"
Semioftlcial Announcement Made
at Session of the Tenia
INVITED TO DELIVER ADDRESS.
Sm.ite 1'ost nones Action on the
H solution to Adjourn April
1 Until Tuesdiiv Leg-
' ' 1 I'l I.te S"KCJA1
Ausnn, Tex. Mar.h 1C Foimer Governor
Jni.i. s s Hogg Is In tre raie for Untied
StMtis tmatoi four years htnc against
Joi Hail.-) If the unnounctment uiHie by
I a vvaim 1 ersonal frimd uf his m the House
I th s morning is at 3 1 autl oruutlw.
) The n'atter lame up nvir nuotlior rcsolu
t on to extinel Hogg tl'e use of th; Kvtfe
I to morrow nUht In which to make u polit
' al seceh. The author cf the rc j'utlnn,
Mr aple-, slated that the b'g fo'T.er Gcv
crnor m'ght avail h!m"jlf of this epptrtu
lltv of annoancing lis cmdldaev for Se..
oor Tie Ho ise. aftT som little ilijrussirn,
odrp,, ! the resolutijn. txt:V'l hl.n Hie
use of the Housi and ucconlod both Pen
ators Pallev rnd CuIbiron a like ptlvlisi
whenever the see fit to av..ll Hieieselves
Ttp announcement that Hojg intends en
tering the senatorial raie wes received with
considerable suyrl'e by mmv It has been
eirrent fo" s,ome time thit he v.ouid "nier
the 1. ice but th' Is the ilrst nr.iounccnnt
that might in ai waj be teken as authori
tative. The remainder of the dav's session was
devoted to a consideration of the Chlca-go-Kock
Ilard consolidation bill, which de
veloped considerable opposition, and was
stl.l pent r : at adjournment hour.
The ?' n e. after some ellsciisuoii, post
poned action on the IIoue resolution to ael
Journ sine die on Aprll i until next Tue-
daj, pised te donate bill granting the cltv
of Av aco a new Charter anel adjourned for
REPUBLICANS SELECT TICKET.
Doctor J. P. Forth Candidate for
Mayor of Jefferson City.
itiSTHUi" rm vi j
Jefferoi City, March 10 The 'Republicans
held their Cltv Convention to-night and
nominated the following t cket
Mnvor Doctor J P. Porta. Marshal, Umil
fehmlrit. Treasurer. John A I-lnhardt; Col
lee tor, A J llauer; Asesoi . T F. Pchuhz,
City Attortej, Thomas H Antrohus, Police
Judge. J J. Skimmer, Councllmen. Henry
Huwart. Jr. II J. Faust, c. J Miller and
Thomas P. Caliill, School Directors, A P
(Irlmsl.nw nnd Fred II. Hinder.
MlltVlAI- llll. I, I"-sm:I).
I'lllplnon, Itepiilillenns find Inntllnllon
UeiniM-rtitN Lined I p i-illill .
Jerreron iltv. .Mo March 10 -The Fif
teenth Congressional District has furnished
four of the chief members of the Filipino
coml luntlou To-il.i they were the chnm
plons of the I Pot bill establishing a new
Normal In Jasp, r Countv, a proportion
which everx one thought would bo dtf'ated
nt the beginning of the session.
To-daj the Itepuhlirin. the Filipinos and
tne so-called "Institution Democrats" lined
up solldl) for the measure and passed It bv
a vote of !-; 10 21 Speeches In its favor
were made bv Klllot Graham. G-irdncr.
mg and Davis Taplej and Davidson op
IMiied the jiroposltlnn
Ail of the Filipinos worked hard for the
measure in return tor the support wh'ch
the F'fleenth D'sirlct. had glvento them for
their pet mrpsiires It was a foregone con
clusion bofore the vote was taken that the
hill woul.l iss. the fact that tho Calendar
Committee had put It first for eonsldera
tl n being evlde-ice that the combination
would pill It through
THF SFN RISFS THIS MORNING T
C 1! AND S17TK THIS EVENING AT 6 02.
THE .MOON SETS TO-MOHItOW MORN
ING AT S 3D
GRAIN CLOSED ST. LOUIS, MAY
WHEAT. Ki-fi-Wi.c HID. MAY CORN. Vc.
CHU-AOO. MAY WHEAT, 71'4ff7l:S,c; MAY
For .t. I.iiuIn mill A lelnllj Prnlinlil)
fnlrt stiillniuir) I em pern In re.
For M.Honri, VrUniiNiii. nnel Aest
TexiiM lnlr lnlur-lM and Tliurs
For IHInnls mill Ennt 'IVinii-I'nlr
tiliieHilii-i Tliursdaj fiilr) vvnrinrr.
1". Missouri lcglslatuie
3. Wabash .Mai1 Tunnel Into Purk.
Woman to Supervise Examinations.
I. Sixteen-Yinr-Old GUI Charged With
To Paj J. J llvan's Creditors March :".
Ileal Ustiilo Transters.
f., Kansas Cltv Police In lie. Investigated.
Uindslde Derails a Train.
To Represent St. Patrick on Tnra Hill.
6, Edltori-il '
"Luly of I.jons" by Jowlsli Dramatlo
All 13tiKli-.lv UMiinalo of President Fran
cis. T, Illinois legislature.
8 12,ihI Hhln Nt ws,
Millitclpal Campiilliu In Hnat Si, Unils.
D. Injunction Cr.' Sol for Tuesdny,
llulllIK III UulS Honloii Si'iill.liil.
10, Itmiuhlln "Wmit" Ail'
lllrlli, Msnliiue anil lea UiH'onU,
11, llonins (01 Hem .ils,
13. Cnilllllllleo Awnrils Teiinlml Kmnplllsn,
la, Unco Itssiillrt iiii.l ICnlrlss,
Hsiieitil HpoilliiK NcwM,
II. riiiiiinimv nf Ml lifliil' Mnrlcels,
Hltllll Vlltllid llilshl.
Dullness In (liiiln Pits In Clilc-iin,
15, Pall uf illnntii Hvl' Wall Hlleet,
l-UMl Secuilllen Fairly Hteady.
id, Tinniili i'oiiisiiiy t llnvo nvn Tor
inlnalu Ml Hie Fall.
(liMtiit Jury llteaks Iteionts,
Hrli-Holies My Eii'l HI. Is5nl Hinoke.
llaticlllnc May Uo lVttvUcil.
fS-SSr?--- . " "- iBV j' .-r sV S C
)' "aa5iSii, iUs '--" 7 -H 7, '.' "
fci' XL ". 7
As they iippe-ueil t'luiliicil lot: tei lo;; and
Walled In bv hundreds of person',
through which a detail of twenty patrolmen
and nearly as many more detectl,e were
forced to find their way by a liberal use of
he-ivy night sticks, Dili Itudolph and
George Collins, who have confessed to the
robbery of the Union (Mo.) Hank ind the
subsequent killing of Charles J. Schumach
er, a Pfnkerton detective, were taken
throUKh Union Station last night to the
The mm were brought to the city from
Hartford, Conn, where they weie arrested,
on the Southwestern limited, which arrived
here nt 7 I'l oVIock. The fact that they
were on the train was generally known, al
though nn attempt had been made to keep
the exact hoifr of their arrival a secret
When the tra.n of Pullmans backed into the
car sheds it was Immediately surrounded
by a compict mass of curious humanltv.
Hundreds of persons forced their way
through the gates, dividing the tracks from
the Mida. while full f.lv0 more were
gathered In the station building nnd on the
The bandits were in tho third car from
the end and tho first attempt to force a pss3
age to the waiting patrol wagon was given
uo bv the detectives after a stubborn fight
with the crowd
i'itii.i: .vrruuiT is vi-adf.
'to 1:1 aiii: c.iitioi.s crowd.
It was then suggested that the men be
taken through the train to the rear coach
and hurried to the Eighteenth stieet en
rance This was tiled, but when the bandits
and their gunrd arrived on tho rear plat
form of the last roach It wai only to gnzo
on a practically unbroken sen of eager
As the party ntemptril to descend from
the coach, the crv "Hero they come!" was
taken up and echoed by hundreds of voices.
In an In. Unit Ih" entire mass was in mo
tion, with Iho small knot of otllcern as the lr
On Iho march from tho car to Iho patrol
wagon, when the robbers were surrounded
by hundreds, of strRiigo furm, nelthir dls
pl.ived the HllKhlerl appiehenslon; In fact,
Collins gated with rather 11 supercilious
smile nt Hie lnimcune. thnmir,
lriun Iho station Urn men were driven
nipl.ll) in Hin Pour Cniiits, unit them 111
polUe wire IiiiciM tu nnco inure us their
atli'lln In elTri't n pnsstiiisvvny Inl.l III"
lliiiliilph mid I'ulllim wets nl nnco taken
Inlo Chief nf Pollen Klclj-'n private oltlce,
N'IhIii chief uf Pnllco Ollhtnpy mid Wlllluni
Mmmnnd, Clllof eif Delootlvrs, ireelvnl Ihn
prisoner fiom Tliouuu II, llruc-li, Hhsrltt nf
i'iu:i;i of Tiiiint siiacki.i;,
AITHU I'OHTt-UOIIIt .1111 IIMA,
Two ileteotlves were Ml onco ilslulled In
gum il cneli num. mnl fur (he nrt time sluco
lenvlng lliirtfni.l, mi.re (tmu forty hniiM
bcfniT. Hie bati'lllH were nllotvril free tlouf
lliclr imnils nnd fet.
On the long Journey uf mur than ttitfu
Till: UNION HANK KOIiltKKS.
arm ti arm in tin- staternom of the
Journey from Hartfonl, Conn., to St.
ROBBERY AND KILLING CONFESSED.
STATEMENT BY RUDOLPH.
"I blew opon the vault in the bank of Union, Mo., on the utshtof Do
"Collins, Kojit vviitch in the street, xx-liilo I arratiKcd tho clinrRC of
iiliniuljieriii, which I inaile myself from thirty sticks of dynamite se
inri'd fiom the Frisco Kallroail.
"After leaving Uulnn, Collin's and I vrent to Hot Springs. Ark., where
we remuincd until vvtv rettirnetl to my stepfather's house, ucar Stanton,
"One of the men who accompanied Detective Schumacher to the
house the d:iv the killiui. eicurrcd opened (Ire on us and shot Collins in
"We had not tired a shot before that, but we then emptied our re
volvers, at the men who were llriujrnt us. The shootimr was pencral, ev
ervbody uMnj; their weapons."
: STATEMENT BY COLLINS.
When J'.ill and I returned from Hot Springs we spent one-day In St.
I.nuis and then visited his folks.
"When Schumacher and the men with him approached the houe Rill
and I stepped outside of the door, but did not raise our puns until one
O eif the men tired, hittlnp me over the left eje.
"I hud a revolver in each hand, one a -H-callber and one a -ITs-cailbcr,
and when shut I immediately returned the lire. I emptied both puns at
sand miles the men had been forced to rei
main se ited. with 11 hesvv chain conneLt
Ing two cuffs clasped about the right nnltlu
of one and the left inkle of tho other, nnd
another chain connecting handcuffs Hut
bound their arms together.
Collins, as usual, the tlrst to adapt him
self to chnngul conditions. Immediately
btretihed his arms ovi r his head, spread Ills
limbs far npirt and sigh, d il. eplj He then
glanced (milltiKly about the room nnd nod
ded In response, lo a look from Chief I)m
luond Itudolph remained seatnl In the same posi
tion he had occupied on Ills long trip from
Conneellciil lie did not neem In retilUu
Hint ho had been freed from his heavy
Irons, 01 f he did, did not appear In enro.
DEsVIIIXD (il'.'ls t'oxri'.ssllix
FltlMI IIO'lll PltlMlM'.lls.
Tho men were lliu taken In linnd hy
Chief IVsiuiiu.l, mid lu iispimso to his do ft
ipiesiluiiliig 11 (nil confession nun obtained
finiii hoili Tho tieeoiinis of iho robbery
mid miliTipu'iu lunveniKiiis nt His iwn men
did mil illlfer In nay uialurlnl pnlnl,
They inilicstiHtlnglr Kdinltlrit llmt they
hail lubbid His Union ll.uik, mi.l both told
Hie sauiu stnry rrtsiiiOlnit the lueldeiits lend"
llu; up In the death vf Hi'liilliiiieliet
The "Inly thill th ileplllles Dpelle.l aro
tlrst liml evidently been nuefiilly uliearsed
bv the men. tuul lluy dl.l not Income ion
fused under (Olltllllled illeslliilllll.
After innkttm llielr stiUeiin'ntu tlm men
wctc loilvi'.l up In sv unite cells. It Is
car lu vvliich they
probnbln that they will be taken'to Union
thlss morning, but If it Is found 1m
posslblo m give them nn Immediato pre
liminary trial, they will bo held here until
the court sets a date.
C(II,I,IS IN IM.KVSWr MOOHl
ill mil, PH st:i.ia;N ami mi.knt.
Whllo Hin inm wero under the cross,
tlro of questions a vil.lo dlfferenco in their
dlsrosltlous was rendlly seen.
CnllliiH was full of .vigor and replied to
some of Chief Desmond'.-! Interrogations In
11 manner that brought smiles to the faces
of ihoso who hoard. He was ulso Inclined
to treat tho wholo matter hxhlly and fre
quently laughed ut some. rC'Cijllectloim thnr
tin. quiislloii.s brought 10 mind,
Rudolph was Hlulld mid shiin. Ho replied
lu uioiios) lublrs. uii.l lu 11 low tone. In fuel,
his vnlro wiih so Indistinct that ho had in
liiw.it Ills replies to nearly every quesllon.
Ho answered readily tmnuKh, but would
imt hiwiiIc sii Hint ho could be unOrstnod,
Ho tiueiiinl Ktottly lelhived when his gunnl
vvcro cirdoiisj in laho him down 10 ihn cell
REPUBLIC REPORTER ON TRAIN
WITH COLLINS AND RUDOLPH.
When Hie train cm which the Union bank
toblicrs wetw liclna taken in HI. (.oiiin
fenelied ludl umiolln yentenliiy itflernonii
Irpicrriitntlvn of The Itepiihllri Joined Ihn
ttintrit who had avcniiipahlrvl the mm from
111 the iinrlv were Hhcrlft llrurh ntul WlW
Cdiitliiiieit nn l'ne Two.