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MISSOURI RACING BILLS PROGRESS. Jefferson City. Mo.. March 9. — The prospects look exceedingly bright for the legislature to pass a law permitting limited racing meetings in St. Louis Kansas city. Representative John Robinson : Buchanan scanty is trying to have either the kaTayler or the Casey bills, which have been en- ™ ajrjrmiiimd. aaaeaded as that the law will apply to St. Joseph. Then is no conceited opposition to either bill. It is understood that a syndicate headed by Bert Walker. Nat Kwing and a lumber of the members of the Racquet Club in St. Louis are urging the pa ■sage of a racing law. Bath of the ponding bills will give large revenue to the state. 1 he Casey bill provides lor a daily state license of si. 000. A large part of the money wagered under the co-op.ratic betting plan, as suggested in the Taylor bill, would go to tin state good -road- fund. Marts will be made the latter part of the week to pass bach bills. The better one probably will be BigiicU by the governor.