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TESTIMONY CONCLUDED IN
MERIWETHER-REPUBLIC SUIT.
William H. Halin Tells of Contribntinn of ?2.o00 by Sr. Louis Re
publican Committee to the Publie Ownership Partv Charles
Xajrel Identifies -Keress-iTeriwether Agreement," Which He
Considered Too Biga Bargain Former Mayor Xoonan Re
lates Details of the Bntler Conference Preceding Convention
of 1S97.
ARGUMENTS TO BE COMPLETED AND CASE GO TO JURY TO-DAY
XEPTBIJC SPECIAL.
Troy, ilo.. April & Testimony In the
UVtt celt of Leo iTerlweticr aealnatjrb
KepQUSCvras compleUi at a e6lon''of
court tv-eay. Argumenu will b made to
morrow morning, and the c probably
will so to the jury la the afternoon.
Tte BepobUcTa irttncvm told of political
natUn with which Meriwether wa ln
Urcjtad, and. which UuUer's connection
mm a. friend and ally was shown.
Charlen Xusat told of tlia Republican
Hut Conunitta's action la puttlne out
tho majority of the commlttoe bccauia of
ths Kerent-Merlwetber ocrearaent and
th method of putting It throuch by a
direct primary. He Mid that Meriwether
went before tho State Committee and
aid much ahont aii honorable fuxlon.
mBOKITKD f2.IMK
VIIOM IlKPlIin.lOASJ.
William II. Ilaliu ald the Kxocutlve
Committee of the llopubllcun City Com
mitted had iipproprlatod ti.lM tor the Pub
)lo Ownrmlilp party In 1901.
Vormer Xuyor Noonuu told of the ante
cnnvontloii cdiifrrcncn In IK? Ixjtwrcn
)imolf, lltown, llutlrr and Mertnother.
A rtciMnllliiii of Jolm II. Owen, irtateil
that llic tlilril elftnent, or party, In the
Kermix-Merlwiillier asreemrnt referred to
tlin niitlnn.
(korgii W. liller unit Otto V. Karb.
former inibllo Ownrhli workera, told or
Mtirlwfttlmr'i liavlntc tnll(id anlnt pine
inir Oeblmrdt on tho ticket Mirihnl.
Qebhardt wan afterward offered ,0r by
Sutler to wlthdruw In favor of Houllln, the
SHmoornllo nomlnen.
J. K, llurlon tuld of Meriwether hav
ing rofuned to ay Hnytlilnir nbout lint,
ler vUlt to M utllun In I'M when rn
QUf.nl(xl In do mi.
Murhvetlirr, In relnitlul, uml I'rnnk H.
KonnUkl, liln lionet pulltli'iil nnrorliiln,
Mild hlnmrlf lit luiilimlli't nIuU'iiikiiU by
the plullitlrfa wlllierixM, llu lend nevcinl
deponUloiiM lellliiK ahont tlin .Munonlu Hull
convention of iwt,
IIWHN TIll.r.M Of
DlrTI.HH Arril.lA'I'IOM,
John II, Owmi, u, miuliur uf tlin IUimiIi
l!i'iin d'lllliil t.'ouiiulltro or HI, i.uiiU In
ifil, Wlm mil (inn (if Urn NlKlinie nf llm
nonn.Miivntlih' uuirrltlilit, Mutml In
liU itMillliiii, wlilcli wh ivail lndiiy,
tlmt'lhp idijeot nr kIvIiiu Dm lh JihhIihk
of tilt) I'riien Hllil ttvu t'onnUlilt' to Ilia
"lllllll l'lly" WAN III VllptUlM lilt" llllllrl'
I'limn-nt 'Urn iMHiiln i)Miierrlili untiv win
lU Nltflhl In lllU putt cif (llu HHlrfniitllt,
)l KNI
"'Jl'llO IKIHeHI'lltmivtlt lit lll'l I'lltillt)
Owliflotilp pmiy iimiiil IIihI ir mi niin
II Urn iii MiiII.i'm niriidH in ilii'n iilmili'iK
wrm iiirrlid, ho wouM Uy dmwi iiml Hint
Hiiib Hipim miiiiIiI In iiliuiii ii,ii,m IIIchiiI
vol kvpi mil nf Din imiiiit lintrx, in
mil know Wnllitr Mi, .Mi-iIwkIIici1, ,li
Ktiwamil nr Mr, lliiinilxnliiittti'i' im tin,
melt wlni iii'iitiiiniil It, lull unit uf tliiiiu
ilhl, nh iln'y nlivminf nil tin' iii"i'ihm nr
thu vuntti'iini'ii nmiiiilili'i'i,
MAIIMI. IUI1M'II',IM
I'lIK A(IIU)l!MI1r.
IJIlHI'lm N"K"I, (inn uf III" Iji'kUIiiihwii
lUpilblli'HIK of III" HI iiln, Mtit I Im 111 Hi
iilHl wltlifM uf tint niMllilim, II.- Ipnk
intrl, mm pidhv (nr Hi it to I'liiiiinllli'Dliiini
VmHliiliirM, In I Im nitiVKinvjil hIM'Ii m."
fiiilml In llin i -nun nl nr tin Ki'ihih nmni
Imm or llin Cliy tViiunltii'i', llu lil"ini
lied the, Hi'li'liK-Mi'lltti'lliiC HMiiH'tmniti
rim iilalmirT'it iiliji.tiiiin in Mi, Nimni'it
ItlKUtliiiliy littill lllllll III" iti'llnn nr llld
((. Unniinirtett wiirt uvl l nleil.
. ':vlmt wiik Mlii li)' Cllini"! I'i, l'iiiiill,
John. Ji. Owpii mid c, i w'tiniii-ioi' ni
fardliiK ilin thinl vinint'iit iif pnriy in
irmil In. In Ilin iiiili'i'iiiinl?'
"ll "cull mily Unit Ml, Dmcii mild In
,thtt Kln.li Comnilltci thill, nudlti riuin lint
wrltlcii iiKivrniji'iii, tut m n I undriMitiiilltiKi
Wlmrrliy.th'i.nve IiipIIiva nntl oiielnlilen
.arm tu In.' iillollnil to I lio ijiillriH. Tlnft!
IfF on the I'liblln OwiipihIiIii tlckt!, Imt
wMe n iiiniiruiiiiiMi in inn .iuiiii.m .1. 11 li
WNI plOlltHtllloM III pill jltlm-H .1, lllll
!h',.
ll me I'lionn tiwiiPiiiii iil'hci, "ill
nn iitliTttiitdit nlMiiidniKil. , Thu
livpubUunn Cointnllten eiinnldi'rl
late 1
forrnnl rhitrr by tint minority or tlm
City Cnminltli'K iianlnul fcvt'iiiocn mm
bri Of tlin t1M'lltyr'liilll liKtrillKn or llltl
Biroi'hient with (lie , IMililli- owncmlilp
party Ana the, mliiuilly wan urifrwitnlt
reeonnlced nit tho City c'limtnltli-e."
Mr; Mwrlwctltrr Hliirli'il liln rrunt-rxnm.
liiution ' imkiiiK ir Mr. nubci nid not
"eprevent ti n attorney ncvrriil intnf cnr.
roon
"I rebrwent both porpornllonii nntl prl
rat InHlv'diials," a llio Jenly,
"rVntto member of the Cliy Council,
ARRIVES IN CITY.
did you not vote to irlve swar valuable
street railway franchises and are for this
reason opposed to the Drificlples of the
PBbiic-OwnersblD- vartyT'
"I did not vote fon.street railway fran
r!il?e. bnt wan ctposed by capitalists
hen I ran for Mayor airalnst Zlegenheln
at the same time you were running In
1S37."
cossinr.nnD agreemkxt
TOO BIG A IIARGAIX.
"Did jou think the agreement Immoral?'
"On Us face the agreement was too
much of a bars-iln. When I heard of tak
ing the Ilutlrrs In I thought It worse, and
when I heard the manner In which It wa
to be Jammed through I thought It still
worse."
Mr. Merlviother read the agreement par
agraph by paragraph, uxltlug Mr. Nagel
hN opinion or tile contract. Mr. Nagel
ituU that the Uctull which was used In
the agrregement reganltur deputyKhtp
nliowtil a dlsrrgard of public service and
it greit n-gnril for the xpollx.
"Wo wero oppuied to having thin agree
ment lammed through and the gnods de
livered by u primal-)' In which both sides
rnuld not hav- reprenentntlon."
HKIM'IIMCAN COIHMITTKH
OAVIi -t;.M) TO MKimVKTHKH.
Wlllliim It. Halm, hardware merchant,
former Kerorder of Dinls, eecretary of
the Itepubllcan City Centrul Committee In
1WI, hHld the lUeriillve Committee had
iipprnprliited money fur the Meriwether
puny.
"Hid Hie committee take such anion?"
"All told, th't Executive Committee ap
propriated .ri for the i'ubllu Owneishlp
party."
Ilv Meriwether:
"Wlm ivceUed this money V
"A eubciiinmltter nf two."
"Who wetrt theyr' ...
".I, I'. Wemieker and John Ji, flnrn.
"In vnii Iiiiuw wludlirr the iinuiry was
pnM nverv"
"1 dn not."
IM'IMJKNTKI) JKWKI.KV
Villi I'I'ltl.Kl DONATIO.
Tim udmltted stnlement of trsllinony by
t', r Nnidiimyir, Hlnl" Kiujlory limpecl
nr, wils 1 fiid by Mr, I.1I1111111111, Mr, Nurd
nnynr imld Hint In 11 ronfeien(n Imlween
Wliller Vronniiiii. l-n Meilwidhrr und.Mr.
,N'iiii)ini'ii', Viooinnii had miggt'iited that
jiui'Ni'H, Ji'VM'liy nnd inniiiiy In fuuiUhnd
In nimnlnrH t llm inidlonne nt tint Mitsln
Hull luriitliiK nf l!7. tin Unit Ilin appear
niiii.i ot 11l1111l111y (iinirlhiitloiis mlglii be
llUldl',
IV,THI IIHTI.I'.ll
'111 IIAMII.U IIKMCIIATKK.
I'm im ! Mnur K, A, Nomiun, cundldute
Inr Mnyor In HOT, told of an after-mid-nlula
cinifeivriKi nf ,liiiepU Minwn, U
Mnilwuilirr, lilniself mid Kdwnld llutler
K'Uiinllin; tlin niinvniillnn In bo held In
AliiNimln Ti'lilliU' n fnw limn s Intel',
"I Iiml uliiiiil liriv-iiii" iIi'Ii'hiiIkh, Mr,
lllnwii Mell nilil Mr. Mellwnlher illniul
ill), Wx WIIIIIhI ellllllt tHli'llel(fnl pl'llllHI
In lililldln nili' rnii'i'H mid I'l'lim llm lite
liinlniuy niMiinUiilluii. I t'kplnliitit lliul
111 V llll'-mii iinit Mr, llrnwn'H ni'Ven itnle
MuliM,. Iiigi'lhi'r Mlli Mr, MkiImuIIii'I',
1 mild ln'ilt lllllllnnll,
"I piiuHrmi'ii Mini wo m-iiiI run Kdwiiid
lllilli'i', Mr, Mdlwi'llii'i' IIiiiiihIiI II mi
111 iit'i", Air, AKilwi'llii'i' IIiiiiihIiI II mi t'k
"Hi HI pliiii, Wi- i-i'iil 11 vnii limn fm Mr,
Itllli'i', w in 1 nine iiimn unit umeed lit
lli'lll IM, AMi'l wimlri Mr, M'.'llttnllinr iiml
I wmil ilnvMilimn,"
(III I'liiaH-i'kiiinhiiilliin Mr, Aleilwether
Hflii'il jiIhiIH III" .Miimiil" ThiiipIm nnlVfll
llniiMif IK117, mI.iii Ml', iNimniin ken( liln
li"iidiimilnii on llm riliwull, Tim pliiliilllT
Hindu I'vwy .frfiiri In timsiinda Mr,
Nnmiiili ,11ml nil llui'n t'liinlUliiles npntuml
in lliiiilhini Iiml nut M'lit tor llulli'i', but
I'uiiiii not dn mi,
"Mr. Iliilliir tmitmnfil i iimlmi hi
li Miisiinl'i Tmniilf while wn W"m IiiIiik
In fti'iiiim III" liniiminiy iirKHIilriiilon,'1
;i'lu I'fitln lliillnli of Mr. Niiniuili
fiiini'il llm I'liiiini'lei' of leinliilst'enl slnrv
ti'llliiK, linii'll in III" iiliiliwiiient of the
lUlllllllllt,
MHIIIWirrilHH MAUI UN MKIODKU
CAIII'AKI' Hm'l1MM,
tli'iirgn W. rulUr nf No, 42I) Ninth
Nlnlli nlrcet, it member ut the I'libllc
OvMictnlili) ('ummllli'u In IK)I, liild or a Ulk
With Mr, Mi'tltti'llmr Irsuldlng llm with
ilrinvnl nf Albert (Icbhitrdl, "nnd Main fur
MNishnf rtimi III" I'llbllo ownershln tlrkm,
"I imkid Mr, Ateilwuther whv lie wlhl
In inltp ilcliiinrill oft llif tlcki't for Hugh
1'iilllN'in. lip gnvn me oil" nf bin nnr"nlk'
Miillir, 1III1I Mid e tierdi'd rampiilgu
flltl'IC,"
iw, you Know or Jir, Al'tlWellier's
fpenklng nf putting .Dirnncmie mid He
I'lildknns ml viic'Hticle for I'rKldetit nf
iioitnt or AKWsors anu i-renucni or me
Council?'
"Mr. Meriwether eunaesleil (hat w mil
Mr, Mnerlng or Mr, d'Rrlen on' the Ucket
Tor IWW, which ratch hftd offered Tim com
mittee retimed nnd we put other men of
our own party." ,
On cromt-MBtnlnsUon, he M h'e ennfl.
Cnntlntted on lnva Three,
JAPANESE VICTIM
OF HIGHWAYMAN
3?afclnt. Tr-n-ire-r f SliLatltf"
Kxhitirr" A--srMiiirt. A
-anlfj-tl Tjr Kh'tK-r.
SUSTAINS CUTS ON HEAD.-
riiifji:nl in ifw Ai-t of IIiiIiImuu
- ..!.,: Vi iitsii r.tli
Makir.o. treasurer ,,f the JefMn-e
EjiMhit X'-wutU-n ,'or ih- World' Fjtr.
tna kniK-k-i tkrnn .tnI tiouIv injur!
hv a 1dchtraman at IWnwr b-ile-ard
. n,I King'.i hfchwjj about S o'clock lat
11g.lt
JiaKino had about lid In lu- p.ket. but
the ruM-er twim frightened Hml fle-i
-"h en KIng' h.ha.n .uho-t re'i, 1n;
hi victim of the monej
JIak!no live at the oSicisl re4denoe of
the Jararce Hxhiblt A.x-iation. at Xo
iTt Wahmcton aenue After hnrer he
xent to a druc tore on iwrasr boulr-ar.i
to gft 'rce inonev ehancrd He B-a r
'tTnc h"ir:e whtn h saw a woman and
a aan starxlinc at the wrrer of Pelmir
houlevard and rCir.c;" hlche-av He jM
little ettemlrji te them untn the man
dealt him a Now which laid him on the
crourd.
Maktno wa cnt fin the ride or the head.
The hart: of h head m bruied a a
result of Its ooatsct wjth the wvement
He wa not nnccRsdaus and a tniae
after the aaalt he aroe to his feet. A
woman raa j award hltn. Sha had N-ea
standing at the comer.
"My dear. g-cod man." a,5J the itotss.
Jiowiag great ex-riierrer.t. "yvm -ared r&e
frost beteg rcAVi That asa wai JW
15 e a$ a;ajJj:g t ral at wjwa
yea caste' akc Tea sare.! ie.
ilaiirra's wocads wtcjM set tvnatt !:lx
to show arpreciatiKt of lie wvcjaa-
feeiis toward fcta aai he ran toward
hi he. cct erea Askfcr the waaa hr
ae. o? tt rurtK-alars as to the atttctit
to rob ter.
ilakir.o says the taa who aaulted
htm was tall and robust, and wore black.
clothes.
He was greatly agitated when he
reached the Japanese- residence and sev
eral cups of tea were administered be
fore he finally regaieed bis composure.
When the highwayman struck: at Ma
klso. he hit the derby hat of the Japan
ese. The rim of the hat was torn off.
Makino rescued the remains.
POLICE STABLES COST
CITY $36,535 A YEAR.
CasasaUaloaera Receive Fanlkner'a
Astanal Report sad Are Warklne;
on Others Patrolmen Dismissed.
Doctor William R. Faulkner, superin
tendent of pollco property, tsterday sub
mitted hU unnual report of expcnie at
all police stables In tho last (beat 5 car.
According to the report the net cost
of tli police stables was X2o.J7. Of
this amount Kr.SXi was paid for new
horses; tl.110 for new velilck'H, and $17,
14 $5 went to the fcalary account.
Tho coat of the patrol stables was $31.
1U31. It cost I1.-I33.S9 to keup tho horwt
of the department shod during the car.
This was an average of about TZ cent
for each net of four shoes.
Each of the 130 horses In llm department
lied fourteen pounds of huy cuUi day,
making a. total of 6&.S7? tiund of hay
fed during ths year.
Doctor Pulilkner Fold unserviceable
horses during the year for SJ.OuJTu, whMi
amount was turned over to the 1'ulke
Uoard.
The 1'ollee llosrd disposed uf live cares
as follows:
I'atresmim Krnest Kotlenstetter, Hlxtli
District, fined FN and reprluuiiideil for
sleeping on duty: I'litrnlniuii Krd W.
Kaths, Fifth District, Rbm-mlng himself
from duty wllhuut leave, dismissed from
the force: I'utrolman Kobnrt J. I'hllUpa,
Blxth IHrtrlet, Intoxication, dismissed from
tho force; Probationary Pntrolmun Jos
eph A. McCollln, Ninth District, Intoxi
cation, lined one munth'a sitlury, 103, una
reprliimiideil,
fliB board remained In serslon until
latn In tlm ariernoon, woiklng 1111 Its
annual tepurt, wliteh will bn nindn snuii,
and dlsoiiNsliis; speelul mutters. Beiretury
Ward Hiumuiued tjmt tlm matters under
consldeiulloii would nut bo imtdu public
"WE LIvTnEAB RESTAURANT."
"Hafco Hill" Couple Could (live
Only Iiulfdultu .il(lri'HH.
Ornln Kin) Itiiilt aiovunelle, third cou
sins, (Ullln vnry liesr bring retired It
murilsKit lliensn yeslarduy heuioiNv, for
snvetul moineiils, each forgot tlm exact
lomllty of llilr lealduiiee. A Imppy
llinnulil nf til bihle lo be, linwrver, won
llm ilny, us It asnured tlm lliii'enn (fork
tluil lliey irally lived In "liugn Hill."
Tlm I'cnpln iippenred l)"foi" Depulv lie
eui'iler I'miiI .Vtiiinn, Hr, All wmit well
lllllll lie lieknl When, (hey lived,
. "Iliigii Hill' whs llm teipuiiM', "Wlml
e 1 1 r I ; wlml Is ynill' limine llillnlmi 7"
illleilnl Vullllg, Tlm eiilililn Kltllied lit
emli ntlier III miinxeliirul, "linH" Hill'
ws nil lliey i-iiuM llilnk nr,
t'lili'f Hepuly Wlllliim l,lHlilliuliler wns
I'lill'il In, wlm Iiifoimi'd llm i (mill" Unit
limy tMiuld luivn liisH'i'lfy mnim idiin nf
Ml'Ude, "(III, V"! limn emlnlnnd dm
In Id" in be, "I know; it's iImIh iieiir llm
Kll'lll'll lli'Hlllllllllll," l.lsllllllllilel III'' l'il
eii llm siilimwluil lllileniiltn inldieeM, evi
dently iiiueli lo llm teller or tlm nnii'le,
CHIEF WANTS AUTOMOBILE.
HI. I.ihiIh l 1 it7r i T W7! 1 1 Nnl Killer
NVorMV Full' ('iiiiiieltl(in.
Chief NwliiHley's rnilmitln nr ikhIs fur
Hie Ml. lamlx 111" Delinrlllient nililuliH il
usgesiliin lliul mi Miiluiiiiiblln Im pur.
nid rm' llm lt-n of lilmself iii itiieud
ill"
Twelve liillidii'd dulliiis, li liiiiileiiile
iiilen fur wrvli eulile miiililim, Is asked
In mnk" tin; 'Xiiliii''iil nf wlietlmr mi
"uilli)" or il linisi; mid buggy Is the proper
Ihlllg In pill'-'" llm l.'lllef "dn the spilt,"
All estimates sutlmltled are exlletnely
high, neciinllnit tu I'liuiplroller J'luyer. ft
Is IIiimibIiI thnt llm nrn "nlito" will lie
lining the itppropiliillnint not gMiilod,
Chief HwlliHley him decided not ti Inke
any part In Hit! national rtimpeililott of
fir drills nt the World's Fslr. THi. Chief
believes that th Ht. tniils department Is
In a menmire ihi hosts of nil visiting flri'
mpn, mid for, Hist reason, lliey will not
enter Into competition. Chief Hwlnglev
wlil also be a Judge uf events, nnd says
lie does not want to be rhnrged with
showing any 5yoltlun lo favor his awn
melt, ,
NEW-FASHiONEO WIDE SKIRTS ACTED LIKE SAILS
AND MADE WALKING DIFFICULT FOR WOMEN IN GALL
5- TEWrESMTlBE FBCranC;
s lYI.KILB-iVlln(B r.t.F-
r -01 rafc. w4tlt oeasmca: sr.r
nrrV, ""he- cemp-ratar a -
4 --zzasr pMt anl tfc- wta-f WVvir- -a-
ane . aarrieic W- - W'l mi-
.4, ...Je vj the- streets- of s La-
-"
.. ....Tb I n... V..t.v.m ftv ,s F-.h
lon.tlv-!res,i woman, with the new I
ty!- nM' Odrt .uid th battlehip-h3r-el '
hut to go acaict the wlrd that wert up '
so.! down and cmwt- th- tr-t n' I
St. Ix)ni ye-terday at a velocity of from
fcrtr to -ixty mile an hocir. ,
Vfsifn' "kirf whipp-ii them, and their
lane ltat. which offere-l reit3r.c.
ru'.li their hair when the wind tugged
trnacioalj at the hat-pin mooring".
The man who did cot hold fat to his
hat had it uncTnoni.ub lifted from hH
VOTE TO PHI ra
COMMITTEE PEES,
House of Oolespites Moves to le-
.fray InvestipitHn Expense
Out of Contingent Fund.
j RESOLUTION HAS OPPOSITION.
Three Council Bills Passed and j
Seventeen Oiher Msures .
Killed by Being Sent LfcicR
tu Committee. i
At last night's session of the House of
Delegates a resolution was carried to ap
propriate CC3S out of the general con
tingent fund of the Municipal Assembly
to defray the expenses Incurred by the
Tax Investigating Committee.
The resolution was earned by a ote of
3) to 3. Delegates William A. Block. Birge
and Hammersteln opposed its adoption.
Block declared that the resolution should
be concurred in by the Council, as he
claimed that It was in conflict with city
ordinances and the Charter. Delegate
Fontana. held, however, that the Houv
of Delegates could do whatever It t-aw nt
with Its contingent fund. Tho resolution
was then voted upon.
Expenses Incurred by Ihc committee are
I rincipally for salaries due two attorneys
and a secretary, the services of whom
were engaged about (Ho months ago,
when tho Tax Committee began to cum
parn books of business men uud manufac
turers with returns made to the City IJ
ctnue Collector.
No report of the Tax Committee has yet
been returned to tho House of Delegates.
Tho committee now awaits tin.il disposi
tion cf the liabeus corpus proceedings of
. II. Conrudes, Jr., a furnituie dealer, who
refused to present his books to the com
mittee, and who suheo.uently ai cited
for contempt by tho Speaker of the Hoiwe.
Courudes curried the casn to the Ht. Louis
Court of Appeals, where the Houae of Dtl
egiittt was upheld.
Cnnrades was not remanded to the cus
tody of tho Margeuut-ut-urms of the
Houee, with the decision, however. Attor
ney Uurrett, for the Houee of Delegates,
will go to Jefferson City to file a plea bo
fcr thu Hupretoo Court on the contention
that Conrades should have been either dis
charged or teinanded to the custody In
which lie wns before the Appelute decision.
After the decision of the' Kuprnnn Court
tlm tenort will be mude. It Is u volumi
nous iloi-Uim-iit, coiit.ilnlug about T.M
winds.
Counell bills which provide for the pnr-r-ltitM.
of n locomollve for the Water
Winks, for five assUlunts to tho Itxpeulor
of Weights and Mrseiites, and fur IJl.um
In decornle tlm interior uf th new City
Hull, were passed,
Heeu(eell pilbllil Jmproveroent bills wire
IdlWl by Imlng sent built In committee,
whem they will die with tlm session
Ainung llieiu were six alley Improvement
hills nnd mm strniit iiiuliitenunce bill. Tlm
other bills were for tliji Itiipmvemrnt of
Wnnm nveiiue, between KimUm nnd Ken
nerly UVnllUii; Kind livelltm, between Min
erva and Knulim uteuues! tJieledn live
nil", between Ursnd und King's highway,
nnd Wiilniit street, belwerii Tenth uud
Twcirih rlreels,
Tlm rnlluwlng slnel-iiienliig bills mel
llm until" rule; Ui Hull" street, belwien
,h.-,,, ntld Ml.xiillll IHelllies; Wine
ilVelllle, lielweeli Tiillllll mid I'lllldieHN uve-iiii.-m;
(Inilivllle piste, flnm Mllleivn lp
Wells avenue; llleer MV'IHI". lielweeli Til)',
loi mid i'iiiii HvenueH, iiml u bill In widen
I ip II M P, ttiilll W"inlng Hlteel III
I'tilll sllerl,
COURTHOUSE TO BE PAINTED.
Coillii'll HHeH"lilT Air'rtil'lil
lliiK sj:J,WM) rur Work.
Tlwi Cliy I'uiiiiell l II" meellng yesler-
dliV ino"l llm IIOIHC bill llppliiprliltlDK
$1,fiiW tit Vl'dll mid I'lllnl Hi" exleilor uf
lint Coin llimin',
liitl lillls ciillllig fm Hi" linpiiiveiimnl
nr t'ln'iok"" slleel lliilil Illuu'Uiiy In
M'Viillti'entli street, I'liillle illi'llilM be
tween Kussutll nveiiue mid I'milusw street,
I'liillle AVi'llllH ' lielwen I'eiinis" uud
t'lorlssniil iiVniie nnd lllsiim avenue
rium Vuiiilwvi'iitfr nveiiim lo Hpilug ve.
line wiiii ulfii piissed, us worn bills lo
open I.eo avenue from Taylor avenue lo
ICIug's hlgliwiiy, and rur llm building uf
llm following; seweis: tllmoro Nn. 3,
yuliicy No. 0 mill OI.tlsa Creek No. 1,
I'JdorHdn I'nslor lleslgns.
ItBI't'llMD HI'BC'IAI
Mldoritilii, III., April r'rt veriid A,
I Metcaire has resigned1 the pastorate of
llm Cumberland Presbyterlsn Church of
Bklorado snd sceppteu esll from the
church nt chandler of the Indiana 1'res
J.'HiisssssssssW Vi?f fe : ' I W-T (X 6 ' ,
' Vv feA . 'HX -"
i x.. v . rnXs-w
head and t'le hat wa either blown in the
air or tumMed an,l battered oer th-
pAienifiiL
The- w,n-l had a clear -wep at the wide
Interstion of Olive and Twelfth streets
an manv lists were blown away, not to be
reconrerl. At Eighth and Olive and Se-
RUSSIANS HOURLY
EXPECTIHG ATTACK.
Tap.inoe ('ifiictrs. lignied as
Chine on tiie Way to .loin
Forces of tenenil Ma.
RUSSIA PRESENTS PROTESTS.
KeHrJs Ketvivwl at jhmi! $ay
Tltt Art Xo lstans on tht
Korean Side of the Yalu
dap .Ci"alry at Wlju.
srvt u r.r km: Tt-niK s.t urtnK-
j-ituatr ami tmjj xt;v va;K hs;k.uiv
St. rterburv April S. (Cvyrlht. 1
A dip.tch froia IVrt Arthur has an
nounced that the Japanese Beet haa been
seen hovering about the horaou and that,
la view of the moonless nights, a, new at
tack Is anticipated.
There.are persistent rumors current that
the Japanese are- preparing an attack for
to-morrow, hoping to And the ltujslans en
grossed In their Easter devotions.
General Kuropatkln has returned to
Ltao-Yang.
Baron liosen ha been received by the
Emperor and appointed Master of the
Court. In recognition of his high services.
JAPS DISGUISED.
SriTr-IAT.ltVC'UILK TO THE ST. LOUts ItK-
Vb'llUU AND TllhS NKW TOTtK HKHAUJ.
Tekln, April S. 5:.u p. m. (Copyright,
ISol.) Since March 13 at least nine Jap
ur.cso officers dressed as Chlneee. wltlia
full staff of Chinese servants, hate pat'ed
north through Kupelrko, Jehoe and Plng
Tsuan toward Chua-Yang. General Ma's
headquarters.
Tliere are about 2.",W0 foreign-drilled
troops at Choa-Yang.
ltus-U Ii.ik protested to the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs on the Chinese Govern
ment engaging additional Japanese mill
tury Instructors fur the truops In Noilh
China.
CAVAI.UY AT WIJU.
Sl'li-'IAU HV c-Alll.IJ TO TUB XT. Mid RU-
TUI,IC AMI THU Ni:V YOHK IIKItALTI.
Seoul, Apill S, C.50 p. m. (Copyright,
1901.) The Jupane&o advance iaalry ar
rlv.d at Wiju oil April 6. There are no
ltuisiuu thi'ie. nor on the Kurt an bank
of the Yulu.
The steuuier Sumlnuye Muru called In sJ
Chemulpo to-day to lake on board Su
men belonging to the First Division.
Tlm newspaper ioi respondents on bontd
the Hiimlii.i.wi Muru were not permitted
to lund, nnd u (Orrespondent who was
In to waiting to go forward with the Jap
anese tioop-i was nimble to obtain permis
sion lo embark on tlm steamer.
thibetans"op1nTire
on british soldiers
under col. Mcdonald.
Iaihdon, April s.-A dispatch received at
tlm India ultlee tn-ubit said that Colonel
Mell'initld's Infantry, while rfcnnliollerlng
near KulupiingH. emountered Jw Thibet
ans, who opened Hie. There were no ess
fiillleH. BURTONDOES NOT ENTER
THE SENATE CHAMBER.
V.
Ai'lloii Is liottkeil 1'iir nr dial
lliiil I Hill Appesl lias lleeit
llei'ldetl.
Tli H'liuMI" lluii-sn,
Kill HI. and I'rimsylt sulk Ave,
WiixliliiKiuu, Apill l,-rimur llurlon
whs III Ills nlllirt lu,day III the Mallby
bulldllig, He did not uppt'MI' III III Heilnle
iIhiimI'T mid rlruaturs do pot'eSpeoV Hull
Im will dn so us long us Ills ensn Is pend
ing, Hliii'-i Ills Inillelmenl Henstui' lliirlot)
bus mil been III Hie Heilille,
Hi'liiiluit do mil llilnk any netkHl will Im
taken lit Hill mutter till tlin legal pin
cieillugs mil illapiiid or mid n flusl (.on it
nr nppenls tins ildod upon llm esse. H
llm jiiilgiiivlil "I tin ii'iut Hint (lis si
pmiy mini 11 silsllllne,, It Is expeel'id
Hml tlm Heiiuie will net by appointing a
speelul 1 011111111 le, llm duly uf which will
Im u Inform llm lleunle iiftliilnlly of llm
iiiiui I'n ni'lloii mid lo recommend Hist
Meiintoi' lliirtoll's seal be declared VAcalid.
II Is uii'leisliiiid Hull llm Hnimle will not
tindeiliike In Imiulre lulu tlm minus nf
III" eiiiirl piuvredlngs, but will Sufspl (II
fn1lit In llm Hui'lnii nans ns cotii'luslvii
nvHeni'". tinder llm law sueli u venllel
would doluir Mr, Iliiiton from holding
public onlee mid ns it imlitrsl eonseipmin e
his scut would Im vsi'ulid.
Heunlui' llurlon, alien seen to-diiy, de
t'llnrd to make any slutenieni for publica
tion. He lion tuld, liow.iver, that he will
not attempt to go upon the Door and that
Im romes here only to close, up Ills, Affslrs
In Washington. His plan Include a slny
of nbout it week, when he will go to tils
home in Abilene, Ka.
aot r --' 'r , a-ut
s foD"rrir w-si'.i-- A
a -x.5" -tonr r-rn.p--rucur- . s
J- -
I
I etuh and tlllve and Broailwar iw! OMve I
I ?treet Cher-- n.' regular carnival if J
I floating or tueh irr debn I
It ralnvNl .Mrlng the afternoon, hot F j
ie-"trfan. CouM rrnt rale ttir nmbrella- j
l..iTr iMiTnnlmnp thm In the sale. The I
temperatnre remarned ltht!y aNe the t
frxing point all atteir-oon. an-i iorra :
coat were not ami.
JCewbov ar-I tret urchin cen-rall-i
eerr.e,l many a nickel cfcaMcg and re-
turning wind-hurled headwear
;H!GH WIND CAUSES
MINOR DAMAGE,
Gale Varying Fwm 40 to sh'i Miles
an Hour Blows lown Jap
anese Bazaar at Fain.
BOATS ON RIVER IN PERIL
Cold U.utt and Soutv Stiow Ittvi-
dents of HtetgrwaWe liy. tU
IVwuwwttm FaNlug AHt
With th ttwprature tw Aw--i
abow the ttvvstt h.v. a -mhel
gal vaijmsT l't velocity ttuwt ftntj TO
sixty miles an how and. an InterWHUfttl
cold rain and occasional Bakes ct anov
falling, yesterday wast aujtbatis bm lo.
splrlug to the bard who Is ut t iitiS
of sprtcc.
Early In the morning a hreexe sprung
up from the southwest and Increased in.
velocity until It became almost a hurri
cane. At : a. (O, it attained a pace of
forty-eight miles an hour, and blew dowu
the baxaar building on the Japanese reser
vation at the World's Fair. wilb. a los
of about Jo.000.
No other serious damage was reported
from the Exposition ground".
During tho early morning gale and the
fierce gusts duilng the afternoon, store
sign were displaced, fences torn down,
cornice ripped off many buildings, and
otlier minor damage done In various parts
of the city.
Short!'.- after 3 p. m. the Instrument In
the local "Weather Bureau showed that
tho wind maintained u velocity of sixty
miles nn hour for three minutes, and
ranged from forty to tlfty-six miles an
hour until 7 p. in.
The galo was regarded as one of the
worst since the St. Louis ec!on.-.
Small boats on the river tugged Htub
bonily at tbsir mooring, and several uf
them were broken hose, but were caught
before they floated fur.
The wind died down at 9J p. m. but
cold ruin and fleet continue,", to fall. At
midnight the temperuture wns about
freexlng.
BAZAAR WHECKED.
I'orecastertlluwle of the Government
Weather Bureau attributed the storm f
the presence of a disturbance of murked
Intensity over the t'pper Mississippi Val
ley, tlm center of which Is near Des
Mollies.
High winds were reported from all sta
tions In the tipper Mississippi und Mis.
sour I vulleys and the Western lake re
gions. Show was reported fulling In Mlrine
uola und cold ruins In Northern Missouri,
Iowa, Nebriisku, North und South Dukotu.
The )lasar building on tlm Japanese res
ervation st the World's Fair went down
before the wind ubout 2:30 o clink in tlm
morning. No one was Injured by tlm
wreck. Tim raxing of the building was
complete, nut n timber bnlng left stand
ing. Th Haxnr building was a two-story
structure! In course of erection and, be
cause of Its exposed poslUou on the sum
mit of the, htll In full sweep of llm gale,
und because It hud not been lied down.
It wus un easy murk fur the luirrlcmm.
The damage done tu the lrii"tur wus
iu,i.i tr. lino N't it null wus ii.ed III ion-
strutting li ami heme llm timber wnn
not broken. Tint work or eieiiring urn
.iii, .I. inl rn.erei'llinr the llsxsr Was be-
iiii icsterdiiy nviriilng. and II will lake
less Ilin li two weeks lit tiimpiete n.
The building Iiml been In riiurcr- of eien
tlnn nlsiut twenty days nnd will nt III.
0V, TIKH'HMJON IIIVKII,
tn-i. ...1..,. In ilis Hflfi'iintWl I'tlllMl
llIII WHIM" ..s-
Noim lliilllhitf mmhU on th Klmuiifr
... ... .... II... 1 ( u .. , ,....1,1,1., 1,
nlui Her l,ee, us uie ""m ""- ,m.w.,.k ,,
Inii'llng, tlm gale lilting Hm big Mesm
liuut su fur lo utm side ss lo make vn.lt li
nts mi shorn rsrluusly iippirlienU for
Imr surely and musing an Mnxloiu period
fiir Imr nfllners.
The bust llild Htll" IriUlble I'liinlilK "l
ii... mi.wiiiii. nllhuiisb her iiiuurees wus I-
...,... M.k,aiwliHt l,v thrt ri,ri', uu.ls ulili li
lliul'-'. r"Mn-n.i ... .... ..-..- w-. ..-
swept nt'iuss in" inn.
Taking udvainiige nr n inn in tin' wind,
i... ..lint niton, tiled In tnuki, ii iHiidtiur
and had tlm host turned blond. Id u tlm
eurreiit, wimn siiotimr gust strut k livi',
llm wind eomlng from Hm south,
Mu strong was the gale Hint llm big
steamer was gmduslly fmrrd over side.
wus, mdll ths wstr ruse fur un her
Mi.nfril Him ,!.,.! Mldiiittiiw hi n,i tiliulw
,,,, ..-, ...... n..-...p, , rf
while Hm wind ltt"d. Her pilot lurtmil
her lirad uprtresm again, Just when llm
situation seemed to become rrltlcsl.
Not only was the Lee Interfered with,
..... .1... .I..MI.,. ffhMmtmm rtt1 tSMf tftl.rtr.
UUl III. Y,T.,M,' .o.w.t-, ,w .,,. u,,n-
ilesu were forced to dHsy their departure
until long aiir ine scneuniva lime, jioin
brntts were hesvlly loded.
OLdlHill-J LifLi)
Two Entire Families Killed
ra CcSapse ct Houses
During Tornacc
EIGHTEEN ARE ifiJURED.
Liuit i-iiie and Fr- tout- C'tin-
tit- Ar Swi-pt by W'IiiiI. auti
r?ctre of riant.utious Are
InjaretL
SEVERE STORM IN KANSAS.
niizzard IJaso Over Northern
and Western .Mioitri. Accom
panied by Dccidttl Drop
in Temirj-rnttire.
I
RETlTBrjC PPBHAU
Hoij"tonTex April $. Sit 'persons were
kiPed nTKi eichreen wvre Injured in a tor
nario which w--pt p.Mtion of Limestone
ami Freestone counties last night near
MeMa.
John BuYlar.1!. Ms -fe and vhild W-ere
VfftM.
tri Xhe ocilpe T a honf nar Brcwrer
x wYnn ftnd Iw TiA.Trtn Wore tailed.
Tlietr nk'mc Ar YiAt taw
TT-e re'.ien.'vs dt iienYv.-- tHrprtnw, ttrs.o
Ulrt.Vrw. trw Heii rii i-.wy. rt
iVtvs Vni. i a'lfA snT- ttr.i'wM wrtie
MAil verve4. r-A rertV vvf tjr
rYA&?r Vr-A-e v tn5v fe. '1fo
At Cabtv n-".i VWMftW S
VrtMw, iwiWif,- e t?-c lfvrAt -
vt-V ! VteAft Sl'SlWVv V
Ktem et "Vvv tvt.wn tt$vv A"1"--cttss
SivwX VsMtS-M b'aav v?
i-wctte4.
SAtel Oav3i4 X xetva ftvw xw
toiwiv adjacent to, t to ft tto eft
Kmu Ctty, M. AprH - etn
9lte of Kanaa t swept Vy- blpstd
The wlud blew hard In. neatly every smsV .
of the- State all dav- tax aa IMtalapt.
tncteains bs velocity to-day when. itiPe.
came almost hurricane,
list uisht snow began, to fatWand. tfr
precipitation Increased until the abp wV
filled with whirling sleet and sswsr,
drifting to such an extent that trajn
are. delated.
The tenneraiure at 8 o'clock to-nlgM
was 2S degrees abua aero, Heporta ot
suffering among live stock on tha big
ranches have been received.
It the temperature continues to fall,
many unprotected cattle will die, aa they
hae been turned out on the ranges for
spring feeding.
Northern Mi--sjurl also suffered. A light
snow fell and the wind blew at an aver
age velocity of thirty miles an hour. The.
temperature fell rapidly and it Is believed
tliat damage was done to fruit trees and
garden truck.
SXOWSTOK.M AT CHAMOIS.
URl'UUMC M'KOIAL.
Chamois. Mo., April S. A snow and rain
storm, accompanied by a high wind, hs
leen raging here all day. To-night a sleet
storm prevails, which will greatly damage
th wheat ard fruit crops, as well as
cuinpletely de-troy all early vegetables.
KII.1.S AM, CHE11KY BLOSSOMS.
KBI'l'IIIJC SI'KCIAl.
Sedalla. Mo . April 8 A sleet and snow
storm set In at midnight last night, and
becume a regular bllxxard to-day. Snow
fell all day In u Olivine windstorm.
The storm was accompanied by a strong
gab. of wind, demolishing the car aheda
of Uio electrlo railway company and de
stroying a numberfcf small buildings.
ilepurts. from fruit growers Indicate that
lher will be no crop uf cherries and
plums, tin- trees being in full bloom In this
p.ut of Missouri.
WIND HNDANOBIW laiUANKMBNT.
KKI'UHlje Hl'IX'IAU
Mount Sterling. HI . April 8.-The Illinois
lllter at Miring Station, nbout twelve
miles from here, bus overflowed the Wa
bash truck which run through the bottom.
and tlm road hud to stP running trains
to-ituy. Tlm wind bus caused the embank
ment on which tint truck Is laid to tve
way, uud It Is thought that tbo track will
bo waned nwny.
Tlm weather to-duy has been the worst
of llm winter, ns It has snowed and a
high soullnrly wind him blown. The snow
Is several Int Iicm deep.
WAIIAHII TltACIC WASHED OUT.
Itlll'l lil.lt rtl'IX'lol,.
Ilivittur, III. April .-Flv himdied feet
uf Wiilmeh limk In llm tlllimls Itlver liot
linns nt Mi'itduslu Hon washed out 'by
water lu-'lny A big fnret' bus been lit
work trying In savn llm tinik. but high
wlud llliule their rlfultri Uliuvulllug.
NI'.VAHA IMJAIIH A VHV.VMl.
Illll'l'lll.lf ll'l'IAI.
Nevn.ln, Mi Apill H. A heavy mill fell
Imru lust nlKlit and whs utuniipuuled by a
stnniiv west wind. This muiiilng snuw
begun lu full und t limit d all day. The
woithir nt till" It'iiii I" tuhl etjiiugh lo In
liiin Hm Irult imps, but (deal fear Is rlt
Hint a fteex.- will follow.
I'AIIHO.SH lll.t'.,AIII riHItCB.
IIKI'I'llMt HTI'IAI
IMr.utis, Kiis,, Apill .-A bllxxard slruek
HiIh mi I Ion Ihls linirulug. Huuw bvHiiii
fullllIK llbnlll III""! IIU'I IlK" ke"1 "' slfatl.
Uy , , it growing cu'iler fasi. 'flits
U tlm wuirt Hloriu uf llm winter and
gieiit danger Is r-uml I" riull mid early
""'"' lllil.AVrt TAItMINH WOIIIC.
IIKIM'111,11' nl'U'lAI-
Mnhtl, Mn, Apill . Tills has bn by
fur llm wulM diiy f the, snstiil. flnln be
gsu In full vesl'Tilny evening. It turned
bLsiiiiw liming llm night, mid a hllsiartl
IsW nigtil nil diiy, H Ims snowed, cotilln.
tilisly. Drifts urn deep. Farmers wilt tut
greatly delayed In llmlr wurk. Prult mr
be bsdly dnmiigtil, 'If not entirely killed,
should It Hint any rolder and frcext,
It now promises to do.
The buds nre rapidly swelling, and -
Continued oa Pas Ttri
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