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Eva A. INGERSOLL, Administratrix, etc., Pe- | ABEL P. BORDEN et al., Plaintiffs in Error,

titioner, v. JOSEPH A. CORAM et al. [No. TRESPALACIOS RICE & & IRRIGATION 519.]

COMPANY. [No. 150.] Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the In Error to the Supreme Court of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for State of Texas. See same case below, 98 the First Circuit.

Tex. 494, 86 S. W. 11, 107 Am. St. Rep. 640. Messrs. E. N. Harwood, Hannis Taylor, Mr. Venable B. Proctor for the plaintiffs Hollis R. Bailey, and John H. Hazelton for in error. petitioner.

Mr. Henry C. Coke for the defendant in Messrs. Louis D. Brandeis and William H. error. Dunbar for respondents.

January 14, 1907. Judgment affirmed December 24, 1906. Granted.

with costs. Strickley v. Highland Boy, Gold

Min. Co. 200 U. S. 527, 531, 50 L. ed. 581, RICHARD HYNES, Appellant, v. LEO v. 583, 26 Sup. Ct. Rep. 301; Clark v. Nash, YOUNGWORTH, United States Marshal, etc.

198 U. S. 361, 49 L. ed. 1085, 25 Sup. Ct.

Rep. 676. [No. 529]; A. H. HEDDERLY, Appellant, v. LEO V. YOUNGWORTH, United States Marshal, etc. [No. 530.]

UNITED STATES, Appellant, v. BENJAMIN H. Appeals from the Circuit Court of the

HOWELL, SON & Co. [No. 160.] United States for the Southern District of

Appeal from the Circuit Court of the California.

United States for the Southern District of Mr. Solicitor General Hoyt for the ap- New York. pellee.

The Attorney General for appellant. December 24, 1906. Docketed and dis

Mr. Bronson Winthrop for appellees. missed with costs, on motion of Mr. Solic

January 15, 1907. Decree reversed on itor General Hoyt for the appellee.

confession of error by appellees, and case remanded for further procedings according

to law. FRANK D. ZELL, Petitioner, v. B. W. LEIGH

et al. [No. 528.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA EX REL. 0. W. Messrs. Charles L. Frailey, William L.

BUCHANAN, Plaintiff in Error, v. RH, Royall, Charles H. Burr, Reynolds D.

JENNINGS et al. [No. 3.] Brown, and Malcolm Lloyd, Jr., for the pe

In Error to the Supreme Court of the titioner.

State of South Carolina. Messrs. Floyd Hughes, Tazewell Taylor,

Messrs. Charles A. Douglas and Levi H. and D. Lawrence Groner for the respond- David for plaintiff in error. ents.

Mr. Duncan C. Ray for defendants in erJanuary 7, 1907. Denied.

error.

January 21, 1907. Dismissed for the

want of jurisdiction. French v. Taylor, 199 YEE YUEN, Appellant, v. UNITED STATES. U. S. 274, 50 L. ed. 189, 26 Sup. Ct. Rep. [No. 154.]

76; Leonard v. Vicksburg, S. & P. R. Co. Appeal from the United States Circuit | 198 U. S. 416, 49 L. ed. 1108, 25 Sup. Ct. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Rep. 750; Murdock v. Memphis, 20 Wall. Mr. Oliver Dibble for appellant.

590, 22 L. ed. 429; Eustis v. Bolles, 150 U. The Attorney General for appellee. S. 361, 37 L. ed. 1111, 14 Sup. Ct. Rep. 131.

January 10, 1907. Dismissed, pursuant to the Tenth Rule.

NEWS & COURIER COMPANY et al., PetitionEx PARTE: IN THE MATTER OF THE MON- ers, v. FRANK E. BUTLER et ux. [No.

TANA MINING COMPANY, Limited, Peti- 542.] tioner. [No. 13, Original.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Messrs. Charles J. Hughes, Jr., W. E. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Cullen, A. B. Browne, and Alex. Britton for the Fourth Circuit. See same case below, petitioner.

78 C. C. A. 511, 148 Fed. 821. Messrs. Arthur Brown, J. H. Ralston, M. Messrs. W na. Henry Parker and Henry A. 8. Gunn, F. L. Siddons, and T. C. Bach for M. Smith for the petitioners. respondent.

Messrs. Adrian H. Joline and Augustus T. January 14, 1907. Stricken from the Smythe for the respondents. docket. Announced by Mr. Justice Brewer. January 21, 1907. Denied.

27 S. C.-50.

KNUDSEN-FERGUSON FRUIT COMPANY, Peti-, EMPIRE STATE CATTLE COMPANY et al., Pe.

tioner, v. CHICAGO, ST. PAUL, MINNEAP- titioners, v. ATCHISON, TOPERA, & SANTA OLIS, & OMAHA RAILWAY COMPANY. [No.

FE RAILWAY COMPANY [No. 533]; MINNE549.]

SOTA & DAKOTA CATTLE COMPANY, Peti. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the tioner, v. ATCHISON, TOPEKA, & SANTA FE United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

RAILWAY COMPANY. [No. 534.] the Seventh Circuit. See same case below,

Petitions for Writs of Certiorari to the 79 C. C. A. 483, 149 Fed. 973.

United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Mr. Roger 8. Powell for the petitioner. the Eighth Circuit.

Messrs. 0. A. Severance and Franko B. Messrs. James S. Botsford and R. E. Ball Kellogg for the respondent.

for petitioners. January 21, 1907. Denied.

Messrs. Gardiner Lathrop, Robert Dunlap, and A. B. Browne for respondent.

January 21, 1907. Granted. KNUDSEN-FERGUSON FRUIT COMPANY, Peti

tioner, v. MICHIGAN CENTRAL RAILROAD Edward S. THOMAS et al., Trustees, PetiCOMPANY. [No. 550.]

tioners, v. ANNA D. TAGGART et al. (No. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

559.] United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

Petition for à Writ of Certiorari to the the Eighth Circuit. See same case below, United States Circuit Court of Appeals for 79 O. C. A. 46, 148 Fed. 968.

the Second Circuit. Mr. Roger 8. Powell for the petitioner.

Mr. Abram I. Elldus for petitioners. Messrs. C. A. Severance and Frank B.

Messrs. Thomas Thacher, Richard L. Kellogg for the respondent.

Sweezy, and George E. Hall for respondents. Jannary 21, 1907. Denied.

January 21, 1907. Granted.

T. H. ADRIAN TROMP, Petitioner, v. WIL PII@NIX WATER COMPANY, Appellant, 0.

LIAM CRAMP & SONS SHIP & ENGINE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHEBUILDING COMPANY. [No. 552.]

NIX. [No. 327.] Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

Appeal from the Supreme Court of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Territory of Arizona. See same case helow the Second Circuit. See same case below, (Ariz.) 84 Pac. 1095. 75 C. C. A. 75, 143 Fed. 867.

Messrs. John F. Dillon, Harry Hubbard Messrs Norman G. Johnson and Ernest and C. F. Ainsworth for appellant. Dichman for the petitioner.

Messrs. Roy S. Goodrich and Walter BenMr. Henry G. Ward for the respondent.

nett for appellee. January 21, 1907. Denied.

January 23, 1907. Dismissed with costs, per stipulation.

MAGNUS J. PALSON et al., Petitioners, v.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD, Claimant. [No.

MARY SHERMAN MoCALLUM, Petitioner, 0. 557.] Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

PHILLIPS L. GOLDSBOROUGH, Collector, etc. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

(No. 551.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the the Second Circuit. See same case below. The Kaiserin Maria Theresa, 78 C. C. A. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for 681, 149 Fed. 97.

the Fourth Circuit. See same case below,

150 Fed. 289. Mr. Edward E. Blodgett for the petition

Messrs. J. Altheus Johnson and E. S. ers. Mr. Joseph Larocque, Jr., for respondent.

Wagenhorst for the petitioner.

Mr. Solicitor General Hoyt for the reJanuary 21, 1907. Denied.

spondent.

January 28, 1907. Denied. EDWARD FLICKINGER, Petitioner, v. UNITED

STATES. [No. 560.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for SUM GAY alias SAM LEE, Appellant, o. the Sixth Circuit. See same case below, UNITED STATES. [No. 182.) 79 C. C. A. 515, 150 Fed. 1.

Appeal from the District Court of the Messrs. Edward T. Powell, Thomas E. | United States for the Northern District of Powell, and Charles W. Baker for the peti. California. tioner.

Mr. Assistant Attorney General Cooley The Attorney General and Solicitor Gen- for the appellee. eral Hoyt for respondent.

No brief filed for the appellant. January 21, 1907. Denied.

January 28, 1907. Decree affirmed.

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PHILADELPHIA & READING RAILWAY COM: CHABLES W. HUNTER et al., Petitioners, v.

PANY, Petitioner, b. JULIA KLUTT, etc. REBECCA A. JOHNSON et al. [ No. 563.)
(No. 553.)

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the
Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for
United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eight Circuit.
the Third Circuit. See same case below, 78 Mr. L. P. Berry for petitioners.
C. C. A. 508, 148 Fed. 818.

February 25, 1907. Granted.
Mr. John G. Lamb for the petitioner.

Mr. Francis Fisher Kane for the respond-OLD DOMINION COPPER MINING & SMELTent.

ING COMPANY, Petitioner, v. FREDERICK February 4, 1907. Denied.

LEWISOHN et al., Executors, etc. (No. 573.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the HORACE F. BROWN et al., Petitioners, v. ROB- United States Circuit Court of Appeals for ERT HENRY LANYON et al. [No. 561.]

the Second Circuit. Petition for å Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for H. Dunbar for petitioner.

Messrs. Louis D. Brandeis and William the Eighth Circuit. See same case below,

Mr. Eugene Treadwell for respondents. 78 C. C. A. 528, 148 Fed. 838.

February 25, 1907. Granted.
Messrs. Francis M. Phelps and Douglas
Dyrenforth for the petitioners.
February 4, 1907. Denied.

CONTINENTAL WALL PAPER COMPANY, Pe

titioner, v. LEWIS VOIGHT & SONS Cox, GEORGE W. CROSSMAN et al., Plaintiffs in

PANY. [No. 582.]
Error, v. GEORGE R. BIDWELL. (No. 52..
In Error to the Circuit Court of the Unit- United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

Petition for a Writ of Certiorári to the ed States for the Southern District of New

the Sixth Circuit. York

Messrs. Louis Marshall and Joseph Wilby Mr. W. Wickham Smith for the plaintiffs

for petitioner. in error.

Messrs. Morrison R. Waite and Harlan The Attorney General for defendant in er

Cleveland, for respondent. ror.

February 25, 1907. Granted. February 4, 1907. Dismissed with costs, on motion of Mr. Solicitor General Hoyt in behalf of counsel for the plaintiffs in error. HARRY L. HAYNES, Petitioner, v. J. B. Wat

KINS et al. [No. 570.]
ADBIAN C. HONOBÉ, Executor, etc., et al.,

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the
Plaintiffs in Error, v. WILLIAM C. WIL- United States Circuit Court of Appeals for
SON, as Acting Comptroller of the State the Fifth Circuit.
of New York. [No. 353.]

Mr. George A. Titterington for the peti-
In Error to the Surrogates' Court of New

tioner. York County, State of New York. See same

Mr. John W. Wray for respondents. case below, in Court of Appeals 183 N. Y.

February 25, 1907. Denied. 238, 76 N. E. 16. Mr. Charles K. Carpenter for plaintiff in

MATHIESON ALKALI WORKS, Petitioner, o. error. Mr. Emmet R. Olcott for the defendant in T. T. MATHIESON. [No. 566.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the error.

February 4, 1907. Dismissed, per stipu- ! United States Circuit Court of Appeals for lation.

the Fourth Circuit. See same case below,

150 Fed. 241. Ex PARTE: IN THE MATTER OF HARRISON Mr. Frank W. Christian for the petition.

BOYNTON, Petitioner. [No. —, Original.] er.

Motion for Leave to File Petition for a Messrs. Daniel Trigg, Robert L. Harrison,
Writ of Habeas Corpus and to Proceed in and William Byrd for the respondent.
Forma Pauperis.

February 25, 1907. Denied.
Mr. A. B. Browne for petitioner.
February 4, 1907. Denied.

VICTOR A. WILDER et al., Petitioners, d.
Boston & MAINE RAILROAD, Petitioner, v. UNITED STATES. [No. 578.]
JOHN N. GOBKEY. [No. 562.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the
Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for
United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. See same case below,
the Second Circuit.

74 C. C. A, 567, 143 Fed. 433. Messrs. George B. Young and Edgar J. Mr. Maynard F. Stiles for the petitioners. Rich for petitioner.

Mr. Solicitor General Hoyt for the reo No appearance for respondent.

spondent. February 4, 1907. Granted.

February 25, 1907. Denied.

UNITED STATES et al., Appellants, v. WIL- ED. SMITH, Plaintiff in Error, v. STATE OF LIAM B. KIRK. [No. 136.]

TENNESSEE. [No. 628.] Appeal from the United States Circuit In Error to the Supreme Court of the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. State of Tennessee. See same case below, 70 C. C. A. 187, 137 Mr. Charles T. Cates, Jr., for the defend. Fed. 753.

ant in error. Messrs. Solicitor General Hoyt, Robert A. February 27, 1907. Docketed and disHoward, and Henry C. Lewis for the ap- missed with costs, on motion of Mr. Charles pellants.

T. Cates, Jr., for the defendant in error. Messrs. Abram J. Rose and Alfred O. Petté for the appellee.

ROBERT S. BRIGHT, Trustee, Petitioner, 0. February 25, 1907. Decree affirmed by a FIFTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF divided court, and cause remanded to the WASHINGTON, D. C. [No. 574.] Circuit Court of the United States for the Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Northern District of New York.

Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia. See same case below, 28 App. D. O. 229.

Messrs. S. Herbert Giesy and Herbert J. May for the petitioner.

Mr. William C. Sullivan for the respond-
SIGMOND ORNSTINE, Plaintiff in Error, v. W. enu.
J. CARY. [No. 200.]

March 4, 1907. Denied.
In Error to the Supreme Court of the
State of Wisconsin.

ALFRED KESSLER et al., Petitioners, v. ENS-
See same case below, 126 Wis. 135, 105 LEY LAND COMPANY et al. (No. 595.]
N. W. 792.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Mr. E. M. McVicker for the plaintiff in United States Circuit Court of Appeals for error.

the Fifth Circuit. See same case below, T9 Mr. A. O. Titus and Mr. L. M. Sturdevant C. C. A. 534, 148 Fed. 1019. for the defendant in error.

Messrs. W. A. Gunter and J. W. Baker February 25, 1907. Dismissed for the for the petitioners. want of jurisdiction. DeWolf v: Johnson, Mr. John B. Knox for the respondents. 10 Wheat. 386, 6 L. ed. 348; Missouri, K. & March 4, 1907. Denied. T. Trust Co. v. Krumseig, 172 U. S. 351, 43 L. ed. 474, 19 Sup. Ct. Rep. 179; Louisville JOHN STEPHENS et al., Petitioners, v. A. E. & N. R. Co. v. Kentucky, 161 U. S. 677, 700, BRAST et al. (No. 596.) 40 L. ed. 849, 859, 16 Sup. Ct. Rep. 714;

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Frisbie v. United States, 157 U. S. 160, 39 United States Circuit Court of Appeals for L. ed. 657, 15 Sup. Ct. Rep. 586; Lawton v. the Fourth Circuit. See same case below, Steele, 152 U. S. 133, 38 L. ed. 385, 14 Sup. 79 C. C. A. 19, 149 Fed. 149. Ct. Rep. 499; Dunham v. Gould, 16 Johns. Mr. V. B. Archer for the petitioners. 378, 8 Am. Dec. 323; Com. .v. Danziger, 176

Mr. R. E. Hornor for the respondents. Mass. 290, 57 N. E. 461; parte Berger March 4, 1907. Denied. 193 Mo. 16, 3 L.R.A.(N.S.) 530, 112 Am. St. Rep. 472, 90 S. W. 759, and see State ex rel. Zillmer v. Kreutzberg, 114 Wis. 530, 58 ST. LOUIS & SAN FRANCISCO RAILROAD Com. L.R.A. 748, 91 Am. St. Rep. 934, 90 N. W. PANY, Petitioner, v. John R. McSWEAN. 1098.

[No. 600.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Messrs. Theodore Mack and Thomas F.

West for the petitioner. KATHARINE TODD STEARNS et al., Appel

No appearance for respondent. lants, v. JAMES E. TODD et al. [No. 386.]

March 4, 1907. Denied.
Appeal from the Circuit Court of the
United States for the Western District of
Virginia.

WILLIAM H. WILDER, Petitioner, v. ATWELL Messrs. James Bumgardner, Jr., and 0. J. BLACKFORD. (No. 621.] 8. W. Barnes for the appellants.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Mr. Charles Curry for appellees.

Court of Appeals for the District of ColumFebruary 25, 1907. Decree affirmed with bia. See same case below, 28 App. D. C. 535. costs. Wheless v. St. Louis, 180 U. S. 379, Messrs. Charles E. Littlefield and Charles 382, 45 L. ed. 583, 585, 21 Sup. Ct. Rep. H. Duell for the petitioner. 402; Miller v. Clark, 138 U. S. 223, 34 L. Mr. Philip Mauro for the respondent. ed. 966, 11 Sup. Ct. Rep. 300.

March 4, 1907. Denied.

Isaac W. FOWLER, Receiver, etc., Appellant, , EX PARTE: IN THE MATTER OF JOHN ABM

V. JOHN C. Osgood. [No. 210 and 211.) STRONG CHANLER, Petitioner. [No.

Appeals from the Circuit Court of the Original.] United States for the District of Colorado. Motion for Leave to File Petition for a

Messrs. v. 0. Helm and N. T. Guernsey Writ of Prohibition. for the appellant.

Mr. George W. Watt for petitioner. Messrs. Cass. E. Herrington and D. C. Mr. Joseph H. Choate, Jr., in opposition. Beaman for the appellee.

March 4, 1907. Denied. March 4, 1907. Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction, on the authority of Louis- WILLIAM F. D. TAYLOR, Petitioner, v. UNITville Trust Co. v. Knott, 191 U. S. 225, 48 ED STATES. [No. 616.] L. ed. 159, 24 Sup. Ct. Rep. 119, and cases Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the therein cited; Bache v. Hunt, 193 U. S. 523, United States Circuit Court of Appeals for 525, 48 L. ed. 774, 775, 24 Sup. Ct. Rep. the Second Circuit. 547.

Messrs. Lucius H. Beers and William G.

Choate for petitioner. JOHN ROMIG et al., Appellants, v. MYRTLE

March 4, 1907. Granted. GILLETT. [No. 461.]

Appeal from the Supreme Court of the Territory of Oklahoma. See same case be

CONTINENTAL PAPER BAG COMPANY, Peti.

tioner, v. EASTERN PAPER BAG COMPANY. low (Okl.) 87 Pac. 325.

[No. 568.] Mr. A. A. Hoehling, Jr., for the appel

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the lants. Messrs. Henry F. Woodard and A. A. Bir. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

the First Circuit. ney for the appellee.

Mr. Albert H. Walker for petitioner. March 4, 1907. Dismissed for want of

Messrs. Samuel R. Betts and Francis T. jurisdiction. Schlosser v. Hemphill, 198 U.

Chainbers for respondent. S. 173, 49 L. ed. 1000, 25 Sup. Ct. Rep.

March 11, 1907. Granted. 654, and cases cited in California Consol. Min Co. v. Manley, 203 U. S. 579, 51 L. ed. — 27 Sup. Ct. Rep. 779.

0. V. LAWSON, Plaintiff in Error, v. STATE

OF WASHINGTON. [No. 221.]

In Error to the Supreme Court of the T. M. ANGLE, Petitioner, v. UNITED STATES. State of Washington. See same case below, [No. 602.]

40 Wash. 455, 82 Pac. 750. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Mr. F. B. Crosthwaite for plaintiff in United States Circuit Court of Appeals for error. the Fourth Circuit. See same case below, Messrs. F. D. McKenney, George H. Wall150 Fed. 56.

er, and J. S. Flannery for defendant in error. Mr. George E. Hamilton for the peti- March 11, 1907. Dismissed for the want tioner.

of jurisdiction. Dent v. West Virginia, 129 Mr. Solicitor General Hoyt for the re- | U. S. 114, 32 L. ed. 623, 9 Sup. Ct. Rep. spondent.

231; California Powder Works v. Davis, 151 March 11, 1907. Denied.

U. S. 393, 38 L. ed. 207, 14 Sup. Ct. Rep. CHOD THOMAS, Plaintiff in Error, v. STATE 350; Sayward v. Denny, 158 U. S. 180, 39 OF KANSAS. [No. 478.]

L. ed. 941, 15 Sup. Ct. Rep. 777; Ansbro v. In Error to the Supreme Court of the United States, 159 U. S. 695, 40 L. ed. 310, State of Kansas.

16 Sup. Ct. Rep. 187. See same cases below (Kan.) 86 Pac. 499.

Mr. C. C. Coleman in support of motions FREDERICK W. WARD, Petitioner, v. JOHN B. to dismiss or affirm.

HART, Trustee, et al. [No. 624.) Mr. Alfred M. Jackson in opposition Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the thereto.

United States Circuit Court of Appeals for March 4, 1907. Dismissed for the want the Fourth Circuit. . of jurisdiction. Eilenbecker v. District

.

Mr. V. B. Archer for the petitioner. Court, 134 U. S. 31, 33 L. ed. 801, 10 Sup. No appearance for respondents. Ct. Rep. 424; Mugler v. Kansas, 123 U. S. March 11, 1907. Denied. 623, 31 L. ed. 205, 8 Sup. Ct. Rep. 273; Crowley v. Christensen, 137 U. S. 86, 34 ANDREW PATTERSON, Plaintiff in Error, v. L. ed. 620, 11 Sup. Ct. Rep. 13; Giozza v. ISHAM TAYLOR, Jailer, etc. (No. 248.] Tiernan, 148 U. S. 662, 37 L. ed. 601, 13 In Error to the Supreme Court of the Sup. Ct. Rep. 721; Otis v Parker, 187 U. S. State of Florida. 606, 608, 609, 47 L. ed. 323, 327, 23 Sup. Messrs. J. Douglas Wetmore and Isaao Ct. Rep. 168; Castillo v. McConnico, 168 U. L. Purcell for plaintiff in error. S. 674, 42 L. ed. 622, 18 Sup. Ct. Rep. 229; No appearance for defendant in error. Smiley v. Kansas, 196 U, S. 447, 49 L. ed. March 13, 1907. Dismissed with costs, 546, 25 Sup. Ct. Rep. 289.

pursuant to the Tenth Rule.

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