President Walker, ot the city street railwsy, was iu the city last Saturday and had the following to say to the Arstus : ' ' The receipts of the street car line for the suminer have been fair; but our oxperience nf last winter has given us a dread, financially, of the coming one. I have been studying the matter thoroughly and have come to the conclusión that the street railway cannot exist longer aud give proper service with the present expenses. So I see no other way bat to take off the conductors and put iu improved fare boxes, together with electric bells in the '.'ais to notify the motor man when to stop. St. Louis, Mo. , has such a system, large as the oity is, and it works admirably. It should here. ' '