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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC.
. PART IIL
SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 23, 1905.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
CITY POLICE MAY ENFORCE SUNDAY, CLOSING IN COUNTY TO-DAY;
CHIEF KIELY AND 35 MEN VISIT DELMAR TRACK; NO ARRESTS MADE
AND M'NAMEE WITH
THE BADGES THAT COST $1 EACH
MOUNTED POLICE AND SPECIAL OFFICERS
AT ENTRANCE TO DELMAR RACE TRACK.
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i-M..iof;i:.ru:;i i.vsinr. iu:j.mak kaci: tkack. wkaking tjik
thi:m to admission to ;kanu staxi.
DETECTIVE SQUAD HEADED
BY STEWART AND KIELY
GO TO DELMAR RACE TRACK
Demanding Admission as State Of f icers in the Name j
of Governor Folk. City Police Arc Refused
Ad mission Until Thsy Pay Their Way In.
After thi invasion if DcJmar race trrrk ystcrln.v afternoon by the ;
?ollco it v:i nmiouar.-d that th pnllco would lo sent Into St. LouU County
:t-0''; rn force the cio'inK laws antl arrebt all dramshop keepers who
wolatp !h law.
'apta:t JlrXanw will t-c ordered to taUe .-jous'.: detect hes and Epc- ,
-li i(Pcrs o ;h- count to enforce the law.-s. and Chief Klcly says that the j
f orcf v-ould be ample. '
t rove Coeiir Lake. V.V.v End HeiRht- lerr.nec Highlands and all ',
oilier rt-orts iilx-re the law has heen lolatd will he Hlted and the laws ,
The ptdln- will lt an cc alpo on the prafters. sure-thlns tr.n. cam
Men and oihT lawbreakers who hae Infes-tid the county for so Ion?, and
iiil arrest them on fisht
Armed -Aith a letter from (loternor Folk authorlzlnp them to arrest
rtffondrs scalnst :h- Rambllnc lnu. President Stewart of the Police Board.
I'hufB KJflj and Drs-mcnd and a force of mounted and foot police and de
twnt's. tiiimh-rhii; i:i all about forty men. went out to the Delmar track
e0ierd.i afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Tr wer m at the pate- by Samuel W. Adler of the track associa
Jlo'i rtho rfu-ed them admis-ion unlets they paid their way In. After a
short parley they did -o. and ton of thcra -Acre admitted.
:r.f proceeded throtich the stand .md btt!uc rinp. hut no arrests i
ere made as :he found no cultace or gainalia:; at tne tracK ai ine
The letter of .or. rnor Folk was read to Mr Adler in his office In the
presence of h! counsel, and. after i conference, the police returncu to the
Chief Kldy a::d President Stewart refused to say what their course
111 be if the Dclmar races are conducted to-morrow and handbook are
made It is reprtil that as lone as there is racist; at Dclraar they will
.or.tinuc to scad a force of city police oat ditly to arrest offenders apalnst
the cnmbilni: Uw.
Prei.dnt Stewart probably will srnd a force of J metropolitan police
out into the county to-day to arrest violator-, of tho Sunday closing law.
Srver.tv police and detectives have been mobilized at the Mounted Dis
trict Station in Korest Park ond the World's Pair District Station.
ftovfmnr n-lVi :jnR-xrccted coti?
c!nt tho Is-Jmsr rac track iai e
cate.! Actn!i ftrnenn tiy !'rIJ'nt A.
C S'ewart of th Pollr- lloar-S and Chl'f
3:i-:7 in -chirsa I a squiJ of thtrtysve
jol'.c nnl tt'Ctlvi
Te ofBrT and lol'.c nrrlve t the
track shortly n.'fr 4 o'clock a"J aft'r .J
mls.ioti to the track rr refu-J them a
Rtate oSlcer tiy twujht tlf "et ef ain!
ton anJ Jut tn m? t wltr.'f th
ith rac from the be:ttcc rir.c.
No rretj -n-f mi!e anU aftr the Iat
-ac Chlf Klly jTive order tht th
Mt!fortnd r:n who rmvtncI out'tJe th
j:atf on waltlrc orJer. ;houM rrtum to i
tfco citj Jtt 5twart. 0tf K'.elr ard
DcMOon ;J th- lte-;i ixamlnej
Klthln the rce-trck lr.cm.urr until i
o'clock. hts they olo returr.f-J to the
Umler InHractloai. frcst vTovrsir Folk.
a. detail of Si. Iaul rsiUce:a will r e
iSTscd to IW'tnsar race track 5llr Any
person founi reslertn twt ta vloUtlon
of th law U1 be amted.
It t u-lJerctO'Sli that 5et't!ve who
gathered tvsJrece twrtcc the we-k t the
track will arr'r for warrants arlnt th
vtdatom txtore Justice JctS cf St Lout
It wat aoscucccl S- Jfffersoa C!ty last
r.!ht that 0Terr.or t co-.'Mertnj:
the adTUahMty of plictnc a cc?any ef
rtl!t: la ivadlaesw ia ca. the pollc
car.r.ot ccp- 1ta the itutlc.
Thw viait cf ih- isjU t the track wa
exp.s;tcd and anticipated a3 if!rrcin ty
licth track oiTcla: aai thce jreat at
the rac- 5a fct. thetr advent was ex
pected much ocer than tt occurre-l d
the tine cf actkn they shouW pari:
hJ Nen ati carcfuCr flintieJ sit hy the
trck ef3ctb a had the moetncst of
Ihc potKre In cutkts tb tali fcn
vThest the, tolss asd their ZtxSen ar-
rlv.1 act J been' admitted poa paj
ni; cf !- refiuUr Ldralalcn tt to
Um xL uo-1 tiktr i-s:cditcty pro-
BUT NO ARRESTS MADE
cee.11 to the o:r.r ef the trie'.: eere-
her 3r Ste.rt and Chief Klety ,
rrif.1 rs Mr. Adler aid ht
Jude Chtj'tr II Krum. the letter of thc
Oovrrnor iut:orIiInf; them to proeeJ to
the Ivhnar track ant mK arret cf
offend. r airai-'.t it-- t ttlnc law
F.sRTt:il Tt BKTTOM
itiM nv inii:n,
After :hu ccnfrcnce they were tjcort-
tr cf the rsldlr.c party enaeJ In con- :
vetion with Mr Adler. who cpialnej '
at lenith the pcsitlon of the track cper-
atcn In conduct!:: race, at rvlmar.
Mr Adlr ii4 that the county authcrl-
tl". had made se-veral arret recently cf
mn at the track, chanted with vlolatlr.c
the as:l-race-track ambl!r.i law. and
that en tt-t occatlon the cf2c!t hai
'cured what they coaiiered ample evi
dence to ccr.vlct th" arrested men if they
hai really vlslatcd the law Their trUU
would come up to-morrow, he explained.
ard the constitutionality cf the law would
not !- hrouaht into question, tut the ca:
. .s ... -I--. .. v .t.- . " . . . . i word sr-read throutr. isc sran; anu, ie-i-i tr.js rtonvni. rre:i-i in f:iicer cour.e-
cl to th- betttns rtrc by l.r Adle. nIlc. ..rtr lurl'dtction in -hU rwrt of the' .' ...? .... w -r.. I . ....., .v. ...
There -va. no bettlr then nor a s!Sn of'-.,.. i ,h,v u.. r.W" m eeHne-. ..r '-S nrK' f3'-' a"" " ' i':.' V"' ':"..." "'"-"'-'.'
, t-Inc run by tht time j m:t the t-oIIc- ak tb.y .how admiton ''l "'7 'T'SL'TrlZ T-Tt'lnu M'm-'aWnrn I licc Onamtal-ntr,. JudKe . W. Rond. at-
After th" ith rac. nar.Jirjt out In I . . ...... . ,. . who came from ih" Worlis 1-atr station viiiinv i.Ws'viii.i i
fVtfc.ttth:Brt.IIdent8tew..;-la by street car. The rrer. were in ,. : T .OVKDWII. te.rn.y fer the syndicate which op-ratc.
.rt ot.-s- KU!v .-A tv.t-cr.d arI mem- ! n" l' thi "'UM for ,fct1' wa ,n ,r..i of Ueutrr.ant McKer.na. who drew I "W e ,mar. ! admls'ion in th? nam" f.f . Ilmr race track, made known the InLn-
wwld b tn-I on th-Ir merlta to -e , nc. inaicaurc tr.e r-f-ac o: a nar.a
whetter th way tn whiih ther had con- b"ok sttnd. were entlrcl m'sslns
ducted he r.in.iJ:ka cctiitltsted a vloU- t After the third race. Imitr at one
ticn ef th liw, atard a bet onij be piaeed, bat whether
In th" ever.' that the State won Jt e,. ' the j-ecltor on" of the rcuUrs
Mr Ad'er tclt Mr Stewart, the track os'r rewecmer. or whether he Kfl th"
erator wtn:Id ahld" by that decision anil
weald aiu n-' further attempts to coa
ijet racin-e at IVlmar.
County Pniecuttiut Attorney Johnatcn
wa yrcent a!n at the isar-rrtcrtu. csa
ferrnce ard ta answer to a qoeatlon fro-j.
Mr. Adier mli-t that the cosnty a-thcr:-t.
woei te- ready to have th alleged
tookrsaktr. cwj go to trial to-tcorrow.
Th confetenie. becavae of th preatcre
of the crowd :n the betting rtas. was ad
nrsei fix tkc acceaa Um ta tkt ma- J
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kd koaki that entitled
GOVERNOR GIVES AUTHORITY FOR POLICE
TO ASSUME CONTROL IN THE COUNTY
'Slice of the oTcrnor. Slate of Missouri, City of Jefferson, July 21. lftT..-l!tioralIe A. C. Stewart. Presi
dent It.ard of Police Commissioners. St. Iui.s Mo.: Dear Sir Infommtion having com to vav that a htatc of
lswle.i!n esihts in St. Louis County: th.it men backed Iy millions or v.caltli and political iiilliienee are ojeti
lx -7itiiti5tti!: f.-Ioiiie liy repisterlns K-tn on hore raec: that dramshop-krepep. in HairniM detlanee of th-j
M:i:ute keep th.-ir pi: cos oik.'1i ii Sunday; that men are openly held up aid robbed in the orgies and the scn
eutl deltatiCitery follow iiij; the vloIailor.H of this law: that gamlibv-s ply tlulr trade unlnt'Trnpt-'d and .M-off at
the authority of the State; that the Ian of the" State arc nullified and the statute. of the State trampled in the
du.t. and the honor or the State awaited without Interference or hindrance. end that the local officials .ithcr eaii
not or will not uphold the laws there; and
M'liin-:!-.. Midi i)t:dit!ou cauuot 1k tolerated In Minsourl: and
Where i-. it is. the anoru duty of the executive to execute the laws of the Slate: and
Wh"ft.i, rli 'MetriHdltan Police Force of the city of St. Louis Is by thes(Jieme. fpai'atins the city and the
county, which ua otcd upon by the iteople of the whole cvuaty in accordance, with the Constitution, civeti
the same jurlndlction in th? county as in the city; awl
Wlwrm. the tlovcrcor. as the supreme conservator f the peace throiifhom the Stale hat- the rlcht to cnll
on the Metropolitan PoKiv as a part of the military arm of the State, to picfrve peace and older and suppress
Now. therefore. In order to maintain the peace and ditrnlty of the Sut. and to preserve the majesty of the
lr. of the State, you :if hereby directttl to Instruct the Chief of Polio- tf the city of St. Louh to detail fifty
ortiecr. or more, for limy in St. i.ou-s County, with onicrs to proceeii, with an convenient spci. to jreunar
race track in -aid County tt St.'Lou.K and there arrest any and all perMiws feloniously reKl-teriuK lets. and
to v.y a:.d hold a eriuem-e all money. paiers and paraphernalia eonneeud with said felotiio. When h ar
nMtI the felons will ')e taken by the oftWrs lHfore some Justice of the P.ace of the county "ami v. arrant s
snoru out for them, with the oflicer as nitn.:i. in the usual nay. The arrests must continue from day t day
so Ions as the felonies are committed. The officers should ! further Instructed to s.v that the dramshop laws
and the camhlitic l.iws are observed and to close all dramshops found to be'opcti contrary to the statute its such
cases made aad pr"vihd. and to airet all persons found vlolatlnj: such l:us. Th-e .utiiws. wh:i so arrest
eil. will be turueil over to the Sheriff, and warrants sworn ,ut for tliein betore u Justice of the Peace. In the
iniMior and form atove set out. Kcery arrest should Ie by the officer who himef sees the crime committed,
and by no other. Viry respectfully.
(Sistoilt J'S. W. KOLK. fJovernor.
tary"'. o:::--. Thr tt lit-l for perhaps
t n svf J.o'jr
si .ni.rR i:ri. tiM:n
' iMMinnoK ukttix;.
- .. . . . , ,. I Powrn la tht JuiJrcv tnI the cntclal nml
lTrtUt S:att asU'. ..s h. kft i.K.k turns with thrlr race Kta-w in ocaa-' rufor tb-y arrlvM I.o-ila Clli ant
t on-' "Wtiat wa. th confTer.ce uni( rv ry car th.it approac-d the track Samuel V. A-lIr. of the Arm of Ce.li. Ad-fit-iu:.
Sir Strwart"- ' nn Dlmar aTenu.1 from th at. ar.ft ' ler A- Tlllt. had reached th st? and !n-
"Mr AL'r nit oTplvInlt t. rr lied Mr -"" did the samn thtr.it concerning th- stn:rt..l the Kat"mn und-r r.o rlreum-
." . . ..'..'..". car9 of the Suburban lir.-. :anp. to ui'.mit th volte or their oftl-R-wart
hTO :!.. l"in.llok U.ttlnK l !', ih. tin. s nr m lirlmir iwnw ' ...w . ,...w o.., mM
t!c track, -ir. ralhT" he,
oorrtctftl. la u
?h!ri;Iy. "Sov It Is not ccn-
l'joteI tllr" ""
Mr ?tart in an""" to th jutlon
what nouM l ;hr future lino of cali:ct
ty tho 1'oUc I-;ortnint r!atlve to the
rnce track tf it rai ilm-0 ojkii M'r.J.-.. re
pHe.1: That will l Klvon out hitor on at l.ead
Chief KIe!y tii .Tkil fr wluit purpose I ' " t,.... ..
. , , ., ,. ' I Jut lfnr the fifth race JU'Jce Mu
1 wiilc.. li 1,1 ipi. th rai.t. anl li an- . ... . .
m.rni that ,. , t arre,. an,lW- foIlaiI
v;p;!rK tn arll-race-rr.ck ,;.imblln
f' "not.- added. -Then wr arrive,, 'wnj gMit an ,oon a9 thc car
m.c '" 7r t .Ihla clarets don on the Ftand In front
;s: I "lit .iil. nh-n -.e had reclvcj !
worJ thnt th- police wee aj proaphlrjr I
I "Admls'Ion will h tv!iiii to then unl I
PAv their n it vv do not recoe
- D BKKO,,.:.
Wh-tner an nntIcirtlon of m- c"d
radK port. In earch of lttlr.R or the
" "- '" ".-. -..;i.iiy jirjr'r at-
tendance at the IWmar rao trvck was
the fact ;eterday aftemon. Notwlth
standlatr the rumors of n police raid and
counter rumcr of armed re!ta-ce ched
u!ed for the afUmoon. -a fair attend tnee
cf worsen tc In the crowd
Fer th' firt two - thre race ther"
was no htttr. except tt'n j"CtatorF,
and thc littl rcups of "er pecula
tcil la the te'ttlnff
arse system of har.dlsv t-e;:inc as has
heea csrd ylnc- the meetlnt tean. could
eot b" ascertatned bcn.e of the penalty
cf the ctw1 shoot him.
There was hardiv any fever ef N-tttrot
tn the crowd, however. a the expectations
of the thcon were pretty well kyed up tr
th loeked-fer raid ef the police,
A the afternoon wore away, however,
ard no poilce appeared, the mar, timid
Tkcrw was parceptJK ctrrc
LAW ON SENDING
POLICE TO COUNTY
SectiM 14. The Metro
politaa Police force of the
city of St Louis, as now es
tablished by law, shall be
maintained at the cost of
the cily of St Lous, Pro
vided, however, that the
Metropolitan Police of the
city of St Loais shall have
the same power and juris
diction in the county of St.
Louis as constituted in this
Scheme as now provided by
law. Provided, that upon a
petition of the Ceanty Court
of St Loais County the
Board of Palice Commission
ers shall appoint and equip
not more than twenty po
licemen, as provided in the
act approved March 13, 1817,
for duty in said count)'. The
cost of equipping and main
taining said police shall be
paid by the county as here
nmnrif th offlcial". track frnp'oyes and
iriralar frMiuenter of the traik.
i MULT WITH I-SB'
I WATCH FOR PULICR.
. ..... ..... .......
vmlr.r Wf! .irFrar"- tf.e track It wnn
- . .. .... .- .
linger "ne jtez oi juue i.iHtnn r rniw-
othir i.ffldil in the ntan.t. The crowd
iilyo cat frequent K'-ar.cis at approach
, lt.it car, and after many car? had p.istd
' hy without a toad of tn: expect d hlu
I cont-t. on jptcu!ator turned to a coni
' pr.il.r. Ir. the RMrd tnn4 r.d offered to
wr.er htm euner way on in" jiBi'-.'-f
clnv tv.- his race . " ' " "
, th ,,,,. ,,.
i of Mm.
At th" ame time
a rtar.al bill la the
xlolently, and the
;rar.c tin I tmRieu
Comparatively few perrons remained in
the grand stand to witness th; race, how
ever, a-s the rrovcmer.ts cf the polle- were
cf more Interest Jut then. Many of the
won-en in the srand stand became fright
ened when it was known that the police ,
were waltlnc 'jtrid- the. Bat's,
track ea-.plove went throuth the
reasutinK them, and mot of them de
cidl to remain and witness the -fun."
CRimi I ATTRACTCn
111 .RIVL OF MCn.
After the race twflc mocnted men un
dcr command of Sergeant Hickrsan ar
rived anl remained outside the ate la
the vicinity of the track. In tho mear.-
lime areat ool h nrrived oa the
cutde of the Bates, attracted by the ar
rival of the polle. and they ptcked th
space Juat outside the entrance, awattlrir
A detail cf ten detective, under com
Bsaad of Frask XcKesaa. arrtTCd .y
them ui. in ranki. loit outside of th cate J Oocraar Folk as State officer..." rv.d Mr. t'on f his clients to rlt to this utmost I ' t0'" ' " 'r f ' !?. '.r r
litre they wi,it"d tor the arrlv.i'of the ' Stewart any efforts th-) municipal polk" fore- Vt"- '"' fJ -il,yf,n ,z t.
nntedllc-. Frt.itent Stewart. Chief. Hut Mr Xdier war firm and Insisted that m:,ht make to interfere with the present t 7 ',
Klely ar.d iKsmor.d and the detective dmlttl only wn pre,- marner cf cocductln th" track. ,.T.r m!to ., w ;
,.uaJ - 'ntatlcn of ticket.- of admlsMcn and that s This 1-tter. which was ,nt ta the board fcr n, p,.,, tr rf,rr rrvp.r nr.s '
Vo-tly a"e- the arrival of th foot r-- ,f ,h-J' i0Te1 th"lT wa' ,n ,l """'l 'at Thurilnv. follows: , r.,j..
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TIIK PIAOHAM SHOWS THE POSITION OK THE MOUNTED rOLICK AND THE DETECTIVES AND
SPECIAL OFFICERS AT GATE WAITING FOR THE ARRIVAL OF PRESIDENT STEWART. CHIEF
KIELY AND CHIEF DESMOND.
strctt cir aiiTiii : tli' -nm" moment that t
IVeslJnt Sti-wtrt. ChWf K!-Ir and Cnp-
tnln (torse Mo.Vimf Hi U.f Mounts!
D!:rtct arrived at tli cat from Klrk-
--!- IIU'J JI- f.(l.lll .1.J J f. .
tlirlr way in, and f.tlll"S thnt. to oppose
their way in unless thy use-I frc- to
hen f-hl.-f K!"ly ha.l sh-.vel a pi
ssiKwiy thrnui;li the trowd for rrcitdnt
Stcw.-rt and hln-.'elf nrd d'fctlv'-s. they
ITentt! thmselve at the sat-. T---re
thc Kttm.'n. fornrr County S'l.criff
Herel" n and former IV puty Fherlff Jack
Hinfon. tmrrei! their vay.
"Wlzr are ynir admlion tlck't. cm-
tlemen" ak-d th" to employes of the
"We l.ive r.'ne We are State officer
and dcrrand admission." replied Mr. Stewart-Then
the crowd within and without took
I another breath and bracd themselves for
an xcitl.-iK scene,
Mr Adlr st-M-d oi:t"'i" th sitei -.
rmonc th'milves. walked oer ti the
ttclcet window, where Chief Klely pur
ch i je,; adtn'sjlon. tickets for fifteen ai
hers, cf his pvrty.
Thee" we;, distributed to President
1 c..... is.ftn f..aa.... m k a.-
but a ; ",r""--. "- - " " us-
.. I tectlvcs of the party. Ta" uniform-d po
standl. . . r
.ice rrci.i!itu uu.j-jr.
ItecttTe urat'.ot CaPance wa the first
to enter on his paid admi"Jon bade. je
j KliUan entered r.eat. He tc waa smll
' lir Tn both CaUinnc and Ktllian was re-
fu-d adrcUsicn to the track Thursday by
the man-ncemtnt. it Is sail.
,fter th- two detective came President
St.wart an.j chief Kl!y. and th- fofiow-
irg det-:tlve. Frank McKnna. Charles
Mads. P J. Feeney and . Garvl. Chief
Dejmand and several othr derectlres ar
rived sotr.e time later.
A soe.a as the police party had aiTlved
CttatM raw Twa,
CHIEF KIELY'S MEN WILL
KEEP "LID" DOWN TIGHT
IN THE COUNTY TO-DAY
Captain McNamee Ordered to Take Enough De
tectives and Special Officers to Arrest
Violators of Sunday Closing Law.
TO LOOK OUT FOR 'SURE-THING" GAMBLERS.
CM-f of ToIIce Klly -M ?Mt ftft
that he will order Captain McXamev of
tli! Mounted District to tnk enoujrh -toctlveii
and special officers to St. Iu!s
Cojnty to-day to arrext all saloonkeepers
who violate the Sunday c!oJn law.
Tli" Chief had not decided how many
nen to detail for the work l.it n!ciii.
te says ht will confer with Captain I
i McNamee this morning.
"Capt.iln McNamee and Mf men kno
f all raloonkeepera who have been vie U tins
th taw In 'he cfuntyon previous Sun-
Uyr." a!d Chh f Klely. "and I wilt alve
, to htm all thc men he decnn -necessary
j to do th- work."
t Men will te snt to the West End
HelRht. ileram-c H:?hUnK Creve
. C'ecur Iike nnd all other resorts In the
louiitr where the liw has been vlclated
"Av I understand It," declared the Clilcf.
"th- icrenur r.i.trh r f vlohations have
bn in thc saloons rear the city limits."
JACOIII 1VIM. HAIt CASES.
Justice Jacob: : Klrkwojd toM Trcl
der.t Stewart of tl c tloard of I'ollce Corn
mlrdnntrs nnd Cii cf Klely vestcrday aft
ernron wl.;n :hty vi-ltcd hln that he
would hear all i.o.s Lr'iufiht to him by
the police, ant wmld act la them as !n,
any ordinary ca.- ho'd them to the
Onir.d Jury If the "vW,-.-o li :ifricint. rr
divluirge them if l.; h- not reird the
vldr.c against them MronR .nough.
If th polic mak any .irrests fwlay
they will tnke all rrin.Ti before Jii-i'ro
i Jaccbt Immediately. he havinc protnlae-J
to remain at .-.Is ofllc" to l.tndl" the ccjcs.
If commitment!; sire l3uej the prisoner.
VIGOROUS PROTEST MADE
ttats o yourself .nl tt" IVjift of I"l!ce 0ni-
t - - ... ,-,.
I tetr least rtmt to ue their tro-.rtr 4ie Tel.
Br raelre tre, f r tr erjnJjct of a rsclns
ciune. ti whieh tb rccllc l atxttte.1 wm
ljs.r. of t"i price ft a-l-T.lw.on
Thai form cf nifr'.zm vr betttcc a ever
tikes plr la or on tbat "rtloa of if arwiaria
cf tie !brar racica; track sWci He. wttsta
u terrttorial hirlta aad JjrtlIttlon of ths
ctty ef HL Leutt
That certain yTV.t fcava ten ehanted by the
law tfftcera of tte ewjnty cf Ft. Un! wjtn
;;ee-l off.esea en tAat ;rt of tn grmat
ir'.tg wiuse tea aolu aed Jurtenrtloe. ef itt
Tat these itmtm wt: t rrleij spoa rxh
c!u.-ps oa eest Kaoday ta tist Ctrcult Court of
the eocet ef St. !!.
That nT Mi etnna ahaU 4eM trat three a-cue-4
pr-ww base TtoUtew t!w law ta acr r
mpm. by tsetr prvaesee ax taat pcrtloa of ta
Dehoar racta track wtlh tle ta tK. lwl
Cicaty. then tls Utuei ef ta law aad jm
meat ef tsa nils will ft taanstly sseyaa
MintaW1LJhfT '..gl-- bAnrI tmm!iatIy. wi'l
Iw taken to th Clayton Jail.
The police will act to-dar on the order
received from Governor irplk yesterdaj by
President Metvart of thc Ird cf I'ollre
If they find any Rimblins or thefts. .UC'i
as have been reported from ths county
for mere than a year, they will make ar
ret tinder the Coventor-- order. All in
decent shows will be raided, and any
orisles or other acts of lawlessness will te
reported to Chief Klely. who will Inform
In e;ctlne; men for this dutv to-day
Chief Ktely Ka he will pick only thore
who are known te fc" entir"!y capable and
"Any min that I s"nd to th" count:"
to-morrow will do his duty ind follow o--d
rs to the letter, fr he will hive tc a;-p-ar
hefcre the llot-r:! of I'ollre ;nnmt
climers." dcr!.4ril Chitf Kifl-.
"We do not cp"ct any trouble cr r
tstanc". but the force wii: be stifflcicnt;;
Icre to Injur" the jroper enforcement f
c;ovrnor Folk's criers."
Sev nl mn will be sent to each place, it
Is aald. the detectives f.rt watching ti.
ee ;f any tlqjor is koM and then makln?
th" nrrest hrmedlitely. Ilelmar Oirdei
t ulsa wl!l be watched.
The dttecttvej will look out frr the "sure
thinr" men wh have b'en oprtIr(t tn
tl e rour.ty. n-tt of whom are wl! known
I to -ill eity deieCtlvr. If any of them sr"
c.iucht talUns t' sfrancers whocj tli- d
lertives b"l!ee tl. y Intend to attempt to
fleece they will le arret;:".!.
Chief KMy will "not ;r to the eount
hlmIf to-day. Il will leav" H.e nt!rn
mitt.r to Captain M-Nsir.ee ef t:ic Mount
ed District, tjho. he ?. I conversant
with the xituatinn.
Thtt tn ilne nf rjch a iteciilin .y h
pnper eo-jrt. the owre- of thete erjrls o
r.'.t irte-.l tn sebnlt in f.t iTerrfc -:n.tn
of tSetr fr"perty by il:l anl !-
lent Interfer-n'e witi It. ii- r.l Jcirr. nt.be
fne rlotrad to hare yT remmired In t!:
e:r!Viry of the county of St. Ivmt
Tilt they will tl-.e errs .rsarptly ar.'t
t'leeaaelT. r every frr.n e j.j ,.5,. j.
Sr.ienUtn rustM under tie Usreof the 3tt.
aralcst erery m.raler of tn. Il7.nl ef T
llce Orr.TcfMtsE- wtt thall llret jr author
ise jeu taraslon of their prcerty asd e
That In makair tils ;tat-cent their oh-t
I In a sense mlcatery. Hot tftstr jrjrpose k
to aeatrt the rl.ht of erery cltlun to enj.-e
that which lisMI belersM to hlta. aiH v-..
spetold and aspem ta th suremaey f t .
law aa the so) arbiter In a fees eoaatrr c
ta matttr of detenniaia; nhu ef psraoa an
Broiwrty. Thl. (brtaal ecmriaalcatien la r.-adrrtd nee-.
aary by the htfornatlon trivd by ary e'l-r::t
of ta aatar of th snbjatts ea4rr eonii,.
naa by the sWr of PaHra ram lnn r
ta city of St. taala. Tary rBctfanr,a(ssj
F. w. BCmmnmaa
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