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LETTS-SPENCER GROCER CO. - ST. JOSEPH, MO.
FIND CARUSO GUILTY
CONVICTED IN NEW YORK COURT
OF ANNOYING WOMAN.
Police Attorney Hints at More Inde
cencies, but New Accusation Barred.
Speeches Marked by Strong Lan
guage and CaBe Causes Bitterness.
Now York, Nov. 24. Enrico Ca
ruso, the famous grand opera tenor,
waa found guilty of having annoyed
women at tho Zoological gardens -in
Contral park. Ho was fined ?10 by
Magistrate Baker. Caruso's counsel
immediately announced that they
would appeal. The appeal will tauo
tho form of a writ of certiorari, direct
ing a review of tho case by tho court
of special sessions. Former Judge
Dittenhoefer, for his client, will seek
to expedltf tho appeal because Caru
so iB billed to sing at the Metropolitan
opera houso next Wednesday. Director
Conried declared that the conviction
would not interfere with Caruso's ap
pearance. In a quiet manner Magistrate Baker
endorsed tho affldavit, "guilty, fine
$10," and handed it to a clerk of tho
court. Ho then ordered that P. W.
Sperling of counsel for the defense,
bo informed of tho decision, so that
Caruso might come to tho court and
pay tho fine?
Former Judgo Dlttenhoerer said:
"Wo consider tho decision unJUBt and
unwarranted by tho evidence. If Ca
ruso was guilty of tho conduct Cain,
in his testimony, charged him with
hut which was-absolutely refuted, ho
should have been punlbhed severely.
If ho, on tho other hand, Is Innocent, he
should not havo been fined at all. The
nonappoaranco of Hannah Graham,
tho woman who Cain said was insult
ed by Caruso, In itself stamps the case
with so much suspicion that it should
havo been dismissed on that alone."
Tho hearing, which occupied all the
forenoon, was marked by tho Intro
.inoHnn nf n. now accusation, implied
in questions put by Commissioner
Mathot, that Caruso had Insultod a
woman in her automobile on Fifth
avenue eleven months ago. The court
ruled that tho defendant need not
answer questions relating to this.
Summing up speeches, marked hy
ctrnni? lnncuace. wore made by Judgo
Dlttenhoerer, who hinted at police
blackmail, and by Commissioner Ma
thot, who concluded: "I am hero on (
bohalf of women, our wives and (
dnnchtors. to ask you if these Bexual
perverts shall bo permitted to use our
public highways and tho parks for tho
prosecution of their bestial n.cts."
Hisses greoted Mr. Mathot when he
declared that among the crowd in tho
court room were men who are "per
verts," and that Mrs. Hannah Graham,
tho original complainant, could not be
blamed ior being unwilling to nppear
beforo such a gathering.
Because doubt had boon raiBeu as 10
tho correctness of a diagram submit
ted to tho court, Magistrate Baker,
during recess, visited tho monkey
limmn in tho nnrk. Ho looked over tho
placo'and noted tho location of tho
cago In front of which Policeman Cain
swore Cnruso annoyed tho Graham
woman and tho glass Inclosed cage in
which tho snakes aro kopt, where tho
two girls aro alleged to have been insulted.
WINDUP OF C0iTGEESS
TRANSMISSISSIPPI CONGRESS AD
JOURNS AT KANSAS CITY.
Convention Adoptis Two Resolutions
Ofiered by Bryan After They Had
Been Voted Down by Committee.
Congress Declares for Ship Subsidy.
Kunsas City Nov. 24. After elect
ing II. D. Loveland or San Francisco
president for tho ensuing year, adopt
ing two resolutions by William J. Bry
an, after they had been voted down
by tho committeo on resolutions, and
after adopting a set of resolutions, in
cluding an indorsement of tho proposi
tions submitted by Secretary of Stato
EHhu Root "for encouraging our mer
chant marine, and for increasing our
intercourse with South America by
adequate mail facilities," tho Trans
mlsslsslppl Commercial congress ad
journed to meet in 1907 at Muskogee,
Tho last tesslon of a memorablo
gathering proved one of tho most stir
ring of tho congress and ended in a
victory for Mr. Bryan. Mr. Bryan
was not present, having left for Co
lumbia, Mo., to deliver an address.
Tho Introduction of politics .into tho
proceedings of tho congress was nar
rowly averted when tho report of tho
committeo on resolutions was submit
ted for action. John P. Irish, chair
man of tho committee, had scarcely
finished reading tno report when L.
C. Irvine of St. Louis, vico presldont
of tho congress, mndo an eloquent
spee.ch, censuring tho resolutions com
mittee for voting down tho Bryan res
olutions, and Introduced them for pas
cngo boforo tho congress. Mr. Irvine
first Introduced tho resolution relating
to trusts and moved its adoption. Tho
motion wan seconded by J. E. TtosB of
Boforo a voto was taken on the
trust resolution John V Irish, chair
man of tho rcflolutif.i committee,
mndo a speech against it. Mr. Irish
said that when Mr. Bryan returned
from Kuropo ho gavo expression to
tho doctrine of government ownership
of nil public utilities nnd thnt to In
dorso his resolution would he equiva
lent to tho Indorsement by tho con
gress of Mr. Bryan's policy,
i Put to a voto, tho Brynn trust reso
lution was adopted. It. plnces tho
congress on record as being opposed
to private monopolies nnd believing
them "Indpfenslblo nnd intolerable,
favors tho enforcement of existing
laws nnd the enact merit of such new
Inws ns mny ho npeoHsnry to protect
Industry from tho mennro offered by
Then Mr. Irvine Introduced Mr. Bry
an's second resolution, that favoring
tho endorsement by tho congress of
the resolution adopted by the Inter
pnrlinmentnry union at. tho London
session In favor of pettllng of Interna
tional questions Impartially by a court
or commission of Investigation before
declaration or war or the opening of
hostilities bv any country, nnd It was
adopted without dobate.
I GRANGE WILL HAVE PAPER
J. W. Darrow of New York Slated for
Denvor, Nov. 21. After sitting ton
days and legislating on ninny matters
of lmportanco to tho million members
of tho National Grange, tho fortieth
annual convention of tho order flnnlly
It was decided to ostablish a weekly
paper, to be devoted entirely to tho
Interests of tho grange. J. W. Dar
row of New York, who has been at
tho head of tho publication bureau or
tho grange for many years, is slated
to bo editor.
Resolutions for modification of tho
tariff woro adopted.
The espousal or .tho causo or tariff
revision wns contained in' tho report
of tho committee on taxation, which
was adopted by tho convention. These
recommendations aro mndo In the re
port: "That whonover any of our manu
facturers is using the tariff laws to en
ablo him to Bell his surplus products
In foreign markets at a less prlco than
they aro sold at homo, thereby making
our own neonlo pay moro for their
goods by leason of competition being
prohibited, we demand tho revision of
those laws along tho linos that will
prevent such abuses.
"If It cannot bo dono otherwise, wo
favor changing tho constitution of tho
United States in order that a grad
uated income tax may bo enacted,
which wo believe to bo one of tho most
Just and equitablo of laws."
NEW STATE APPOINTMENTS.
Croft Succeeds Frank Fltle McBrlen
and Junkln Name Clerks.
Lincoln, Nov. 21. Land Commis
sioner Baton appointed A. J. Croft of
Davenport chief in his ofilco to suc
ceed Frank Fitlo, who resigned Mr.
Croft is an old friend of tho land com
missioner and is at present in tho drug
Treasurer-elect Brian announced tho
appointment of Miss Bessio Marks,
stenographer, to take the place of
Miss Laura Maylor. who has held this
position for tho last six years. Miss
Marks is at present working In. Super
intendent McBrlen's office.
Secrotary of State-elect Junkln an
nounced the appointment of Mrs. Har
riet Fletchor to somo position In his
office, but Just whothcr she will bo
recording clerk or stenographer, ho
said ho had not decided.
Whka is Well is Men Are ImN
Miserable by Kidney and
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind,
vigur uiiu ciicuriui
licsa soon disappear
when the kidneys are
out of o-'lcr or dis
eased. Kidney trouble linn
become so prevalent
that it is not uncom
mon for a child to be
born afflicted with
2-."1' weak kidneys. If the
child urinntcstoooftcn, if the urine scalds
tiic iletdi,or if, when the child readies an
age when it should be able to control tne
pajfuwe, it is yet nfllictcd with bed-wetting,
depend upon it, thecausc of the diffi
culty in kidney trouble, and the first
btcp should be towards tho treatment of
these itnportniitoiguns. Tins unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of
the kidneys and bladder and not to a
habit ns most people suppose.
Women ns well as men are made miser
able with kidney and bladder trouble,
nnd both need the same urcnt remedy.
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Residence 188. Office 119
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