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HENBY T. MOCLURE et al., Plaintiffs in | JOHN T. McGraw et al., Petitioners, o.

Error, v. UNITED STATES MORTGAGE & SAMUEL B. WOODS et al. (No. 540.]
TRUST COMPANY. [No. 437.]

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 Oregon.

the Fourth Circuit. See same case below, 42 Or. 190, 70 Pac. See same case below, 63 C. C. A. 556, 127 543.

Fed. 914. Mr. John H. Mitchell for plaintiffs in Messrs. Holmes Conrad, John W. Holt, error.

and Melville D. Post for petitioners. Mr. John A. Hale for defendant in error. Mr. L. L. Lewis for respondents.

March 3, 1905. Dismissed, with costs, March 20, 1905. Denied. on motion of Mr. John H. Mitchell for the plaintiffs in error.

RUSSELL SAGE, as Assignee, etc., Plaintiff in

Error, v. THEODORE A. MAXWELL et al.

[No. 270]; RUSSELL SAGE, as Assignee, REMBERT ROLLER COMPANY, Petitioner, o.

etc., Plaintiff in Error, v. HENRY MUNAMERICAN COTTON COMPANY et al. [No.

STERMAN et al. [No. 271.] 521.]

In Error to the Supreme Court of the Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the State of Minnesota. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

Messrs. A. B. Browne, Alex. Britton, and the Fifth Circuit.

Owen Morris for plaintiff in error. See same case below, 64 C. C. A. 25, 129

Mr. E. T. Young for defendants in error.

March 20, 1905. Dismissed, per stipulaFed. 355. Mr. Walter Gresham for petitioner.

tion, on motion of Mr. A. B. Browne for the No appearance for respondents.

plaintiff in error. March 6, 1905. Denied.

TENNESSEE OIL, GAS & MINERAL COMPANY,

Petitioner, v. F. D. BROWN et al. (No.

551.] GEORGE E. ZARTMAN, as Trustee, Petitioner, 0. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WATERLOO, United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the N. Y. (No. 543.]

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

See same case below, 65 C. C. A. 524, 131

Fed. 696. the Second Circuit.

Messrs. Harvey D. Goulder and H. H. See same case below, 134 Fed. 345.

Ingersoll for petitioner.
Mr. Geo. E. Zartman for petitioner.
Mr. W. H. Sholes for respondent.

Messrs. Edward T. Sanford and 0. E.

Lucky for respondents. March 6, 1905. Denied.

April 3, 1905. Denied.

CENTRAL COMMERCIAL COMPANY, Petitioner, UNITED STATES LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY

v. CHICAGO TITLE & TRUST COMPANY, OF NEW YORK, Petitioner, o. AGNES Mc

Trustee, et al. [No. 557.] MAHON et al. [No. 533.]

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 Seventh Circuit. the Fifth Circuit.

See same case below, 133 Fed. 388. See same case below, 133 Fed. 1022.

Mr. Lewis W. Parker for petitioner. Mr. George Clark for petitioner.

No opposition. Messrs. A. L. Beaty and C. H. Smith for

April 3, 1905. Denied. respondents. March 13, 1905. Denied.

BOSTON WATER & LIGHT COMPANY et al.,

Petitioners, v. FARMERS' LOAN & TRUST

COMPANY, Trustee, et al. [No. 558.] EX PARTE: IN THE MATTER OF PETER Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

MILLER and THOMAS SHEPPERSON, Peti- United States Circuit Court of Appeals for tioners. [No. , Original.]

the Seventh Circuit. Motion for Leave to File Petition for Messrs. S. S. Gregory and 0. H. Poppen. Writs of Habeas Corpus.

husen for petitioners. Messrs. Thomas M. Patterson, Charles 8. Messrs. John S. Runnells and William Thomas, and Milton Smith for petitioners. Burry for respondents. March 20, 1905. Denied.

April 3, 1905. Denied.

NEW ENGLAND WATER WORKS COMPANY W. J. WARDER, Plaintiff in Error, o. MRS.

et al., Petitioners, 0. FARMERS' LOAN & LAURA LOOMIS et al. [No. 201.] TRUST COMPANY, Trustee, et al. [No. In Error to the United States Circuit 559.)

Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the See same case below, 61 C. C. A. 682, 127 United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Fed. 1022. the Seventh Circuit.

Messrs. Thomas H. Clark, A. Seymour Mr. James Hamilton Lewis for petitioners. Thurmond, and Jay Good for plaintiff in

Messrs. John S. Runnells and William error. Burry for respondents.

Messrs. Millard Patterson and T. J. Beall April 3, 1905. Denied.

for defendants in error.

April 10, 1905. Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction. Spencer v. Duplan Silk Co.

191 U. S. 526, 48 L. ed. 287, 24 Sup. Ct. IONIA TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, Petition- Rep. 174; Arbuckle v. Blackburn, 191 U. S.

er, v. J. I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE 405, 48 L. ed. 239, 24 Sup. Ct. Rep. 148; COMPANY, Claimant, etc. [No. 567.] Continental Nat. Bank v. Buford, 191 U. S.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the 119, 48 L. ed. 119, 24 Sup. Ct. Rep. 54; United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Blackburn v. Portland Gold Min. Co. 175 the Seventh Circuit.

U. S. 571, 44 L. ed. 276, 20 Sup. Ct. Rep. See same case below, 135 Fed. 317.

222; Washer V. Bullitt County, 110 U. S. Mr. John C. Richberg for petitioner. 558, 28 L. ed. 249, 4 Sup. Ct. Rep. 249. Mr. George D. Van Dyke for respondent. April 3, 1905. Denied.

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BALTIMORE, Pe

titioner, v. WILLIAM H. STAAKE, Trustee,

etc., et al. [No. 583]; HENRY K. MCHARG DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Appellant, v. COLUM- et al., Receivers, etc., et al., Petitioners,

BUS J. ESLIN, Administrator, et al. [No. v. WILLIAM H. STAAKE, Trustee, etc. [No.
265]; COLUMBUS J. ESLIN, Administrator, 584.]
etc., Appellant, v. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Petitions for Writs of Certiorari to the
[No. 266]; SAMUEL J. RITCHIE, Appel- United States Circuit Court of Appeals for
lant, v. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA [No. 293]; the Fourth Circuit.
WILLIAM A. GORDON et al., Executors, Mr. S. Hamilton Graves for petitioners.
etc., Appellants, v. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Mr. H. Gordon McCouch for respondents.
[No. 296.]

April 10, 1905. Granted.
Appeals from the Court of Claims.
See same case below, 39 Ct. Cl. 557.

The Attorney General and Solicitor Gen- Kansas CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMeral Hoyt for District of Columbia.

PANY, Petitioner, o. CLARK PRUNTY. [No. Ar. Wm. B. King for Eslin, administra

547.] tor.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Mr. John J. Hemphill for Ritchie.

United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Mr. J. W. Douglass for Gordon et al., the Fifth Circuit. executors.

See same case below, 133 Fed. 13. April 3, 1905. Dismissed, per stipulation,

Mr. Samuel W. Moore for petitioner. on motion of Mr. Solicitor General Hoyt.

No opposition.
April 10, 1905. Denied.

AMERICAN SURETY COMPANY, Appellant, o.ALBERT C. GUNNISON et al., Petitioners, o.

WILLIS G. BOWLAND et al. [No. 348]; CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILFIDELITY & CASUALTY COMPANY, Appel- WAY COMPANY. [No. 577.] lant, v. WILLIS G. BOWLAND et al. [No. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the 349]; AMERICAN BONDING & TRUST COM- United States Circuit Court of Appeals for PANY, Appellant, v. WILLIS G. BOWLAND the Seventh Circuit. et al. [No. 350.]

See same case below, 64 C. C. A. 505, 130 Appeals from the Circuit Court of the Fed. 259. United States for the Southern District of Messrs. Wm. F. Vilas, Jno. O. Spooner, Ohio.

and J. R. Sanborn for petitioners. Mr. Hartwell Cabell for appellants.

Messrs. George R. Peck, Burton Hanson, Mr. Augustus T. Seymour for appellees. and C. H. Van Alstine for respondente April 3, 1905. Dismissed, per stipulation. April 10, 1905. Denied.

MEMPHIS CONSOLIDATED GAS & ELECTRIC UNITED ENGINEERING & CONTRACTING COM

COMPANY, Petitioner, v. JANE LETSON. PANY, Petitioner, v. FRANCIS BROADNAX. [No. 580.]

[No. 595.] 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 Sixth Circuit.

the Second Circuit. See same case below, 135 Fed. 969.

See same case below, 136 Fed. 351. Mr. T. B. Turley for petitioner.

Messrs. L. Laflin Kellogg, Alfred C. Pette, No opposition.

and Franklin Nevins for petitioner. April 10, 1905. Denied.

Messrs. Andrew Wilson and Noel W. Barksdale for respondent.

April 10, 1905. Denied.

CHARLES E. MOORE et al., Petitioners, v.

ROBERT B. PETTY et al., Executors, etc. (No. 585.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the LOUIS AUGUSTE MARANDE et al., Plaintiffs United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

in Error, v. TEXAS & PACIFIC RAILWAY the Eight Circuit.

COMPANY. [No. 402.] See same case below, 135 Fed. 668.

In Error to the United States Circuit Mr. Elbert H. Hubbard for petitioners.

Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. No opposition.

See same case below, 59 C. C. A. 567, 124

Fed. 42. April 10, 1905. Denied.

Mr. Treadwell Cleveland for plaintiffs in error.

Mr. Rush Taggart for defendant in error.

April 10, 1905. Dismissed, per stipulaSTRATTON'S INDEPENDENCE, Limited, Peti

tion. titioner, v. TYSON S. DINES et al., Executors, etc., et al. [No. 589.]

Petition for a writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.

MARY K. WALP, Plaintiff in Error, v. C. E. See same case below, 135 Fed. 449.

MOAR et al., Copartners as Lamkin & FosMessrs. Samuel Untermger and Louis ter. [No. 297.] Marshall for petitioner.

In Error to the Supreme Court of Errors Mr. L. M. Goddard for respondents. of the State of Connecticut. April 10, 1905. Denied.

See same case below, 76 Conn. 515, 57 Atl. 277.

Messrs. Henry G. Newton and Bernard E.

Lynch for plaintiff in error. WESTERN ELECTRIC COMPANY, Petitioner, v. No appearance for defendants in error. JOHN F. HANSELMANN, JR. [No. 593.]

April 11, 1905. Dismissed, with costs, on
Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the authority of counsel for plaintiff in error.
United States Circuit Court of Appeals for
the Second Circuit.

See same case below, 136 Fed. 564.
Mr. John Notman for petitioner.
Mr. John F. Hanselmann, Jr., p. p. MIKE HERNAN, Plaintiff in Error, v. STATE
April 10, 1905. Denied.

OF TEXAS. [No. 204.]

In Error to the Court of Criminal Appeals of the State of Texas.

See same case below (Tex. Crim. App.)

77 S. W. 225. GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY, Peti- Messrs. Cecil H. Smith, Amos L. Beaty,

tioner, v. WILLIAM C. FOWLER. [No. 594.] Wm. P. Ellison, and R. H. Ward for plain

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the tiff in error. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Mr. O. K. Bell for defendant in error. the Ninth Circuit.

April 17, 1905. Judgment affirmed, with See same case below, 136 Fed. 118.

costs. Noble v. Mitchell, 164 U. S. 367, 372, Messrs. Luthene 0. Gilman and James B. 41 L. ed. 472, 473, 17 Sup. Rep. 110; Howe for petitioner.

Osborne v. Florida, 164 U. S. 650, 41 L. ed. No opposition.

586, 17 Sup. Ct. Rep. 214; Murray v. Gib. April 10, 1905. Denied.

son, 15 How. 425, 14 L. ed. 757.

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H. C. LANE 0. WILLIAM E. BENNER. [No. | PETER CAHILL, Owner, etc., Petitioner, v. 216.]

NORRIS & CUMINGS DREDGING COMPANY. On a Certificate from the United States [No. 598]; PETER CAHILL, Owner, etc., Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eighth Petitioner, v. ANNIE OLSEN, AdministraCircuit.

trix, etc. [No. 599.] Mr. Wm. P. Jewett for Lane.

Petitions for Writs of Certiorari to the Messrs. M. B. Davis and John H. King United States Circuit Court of Appeals for for Benner.

the Second Circuit. April 17, 1905. Second question an- Messrs. James J. Macklin and LaRoy S. swered in the negative, on the authority of Gove for petitioner. Knepper v. Sands, 194 U. S. 476, 48 L. ed. Mr. Albert A. Wray for respondents. 1083, 24 Sup. Ct. Rep. 744.

April 17, 1905. Denied.

error.

HARRY. L. JEWELL, Petitioner, v. CITY OF

SUPERIOR. [No. 605.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the
CHICAGO & WESTERN INDIANA RAILROAD United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

COMPANY, Plaintiff in Error, v. THOMAS the Seventh Circuit.
NEWELL. [No. 493.)

See same case below, 135 Fed. 19.
In Error to the Supreme Court of the

Mr. Chester B. Masslich for petitioner.
State of Illinois.

No opposition.
See same case below, 212 Ill. 332, 72 N. April 17, 1905. Denied.
E. 416.
Mr. G. W. Kretzinger for plaintiff in PLYMOUTH CORDAGE COMPANY et al., Appel-

lants, v. J. A. SMITH et al. (No. 323.] Mr. Harvey Lantz for defendant in error. Appeal from the Supreme Court of the

April 17, 1905. Dismissed for the want Territory of Oklahoma. of jurisdiction. Equitable Life Assur. Soc.

Mr. Edwin A. Krauthoff for appellants. v. Brown, 187 U. S. 311, 47 L. ed. 192, 23 No appearance for appellees. Sup. Ct. Rep. 123; Bethell v. Demaret, 10 April 19, 1905. Dismissed, with costs, Wall. 540, 19 L. ed. 1008; F. G. Oxley Stave on motion of counsel for appellants. Co. v. Butler County, 166 U. S. 653, 41 L. ed. 1151, 17 Sup. Ct. Rep. 709; Harding v.

ROBINSON & WATSON et al., Plaintiffs in ErIllinois, 196 U. S. 78, ante, 176, 25 Sup. Ct.

ror, v. W. J. WINGATE, County Judge of Rep. 176; Washington, A. & G. R. Co. v. Orange County, Tex., et al. [No. 513.] Brown, 17 Wall. 450, 21 L. ed. 677; Illinois

In Error to the Court of Civil Appeals of C, R. Co. v. Barron, 5 Wall. 104, 18 L. ed. the First Supreme Judicial District of the 594; 3 Starr & C. Anno. Stat. (Ill.) 3247, State of Texas. chap. 114, 1 53; Chicago & G. T. R. Co. v. See same case below (Tex. Civ. App.) 80 Hart, 209 Ill. 414, 66 L. R. A. 75, 70 N. E. S. W. 1067; (Tex.) 83 S. W. 182. 654; Glenn v. Garth, 147 U. S. 368, 37 L.

Mr. Thomas H. Clark for plaintiffs in error.

Mr. Rebel Lee Robertson for defendants
ed. 206, 13 Sup. Ct. Rep. 350; Bacon v.
Texas, 163 U. S. 216, 41 L. ed. 136, 16 Sup. in error.
Ct. Rep. 1023.

April 24, 1905. Dismissed for the want
of jurisdiction. F. G. Oxley Stave Co. v.
Butler County, 166 U. S. 648, 41 L. ed. 1149,
17 Sup. Ct. Rep. 709; Erie R. Co. v. Purdy,
185 U. S. 148, 46 L. ed. 847, 22 Sup. Ct.

Rep. 605; Harding v. Illinois, 196 U. S. 78, LEE LOOK, Appellant, v. FRANK H. Ross, ante, 176, 25 Sup. Ct. Rep. 176.

JR., Sheriff of Santa Clara County Cal. [No. 544.]

EDWARDS SANFORD HATCH, Appellant, 0. Appeal from the District Court of the

HENRY B. KETCHAM, Trustee in BankUnited States for the Northern District of

ruptcy, etc., et al. [No. 534.] California.

Appeal from the United States Circuit See same case below, 134 Fed. 308.

Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Mr. A. H. Jarman for appellant.

See same case below, 135 Fed. 504. Mr. James H. Campbell for appellee.

Messrs. John C. F. Gardner and A. B. April 17, 1905. Final order affirmed, Cruikshank for appellant. with costs. Lee Look v. California, 195 U. Mr. Benjamin N. Cardozo for appellees. S. 623, ante, 746, 25 Sup. Ct. Rep. 746; April 24, 1905. Dismissed for the want Markuson v. Boucher, 175 U. S. 184, 44 L. of jurisdiction, on the authority of Holden ed. 124, 20 Sup. Ct. Rep. 76; People v. Lee v. Stratton, 191 U. S. 115, 48 L. ed. 116, 24 Look, 143 Cal. 216, 76 Pac. 1028.

Sup. Ct. Rep. 45. 25 S. C.-51.

HERMAN ASTRICH, Petitioner, v. GERMAN- DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Petitioner, v. JOHN

AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW W. LEE. [No. 616.]
YORK. [No. 602.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the
Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Court of Appeals of the District of Colum-
United States Circuit Court of Appeals for bia.
the Third Circuit.

Messrs. A. B. Duvall, E. H. Thomas, and
See same case below, 65 C. C. A. 251, 131 F. H. Stephens for petitioner.
Fed. 13.

Mr. A. E. L. Leckie for respondent.
Mr. Charles H. Bergner for petitioner. May 1, 1905. Denied.
Mr. Wm. M. Hargest for respondent.
April 24, 1905. Denied.

FRANK KELLEY et al., Petitioners, v. DIAALLAN N. MACNABB, Trustee, etc., Petition- MOND DRILL & MACHINE COMPANY. [No. er, v. BANK OF LE Roy. [No. 611.)

620.] 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 Second Circuit.

the Third Circuit. See same case below, 133 Fed. 912.

See same case below, 59 C. C. A. 370, 123
Mr. Frank M. Loomis for petitioner. Fed. 882, on rehearing 64 C. C. A. 284, 129
Mr. Vincent H. Riordan for respondent. Fed. 756.
April 24, 1905. Denied.

Mr. Horace Pettit for petitioners.
Mr. Wm. O. Strawbridge for respondent.

May 1, 1905. Denied.
LEATHER MANUFACTURERS' NATIONAL BANK

OF NEW YORK CITY, Petitioner, v. CHARLES H. TREAT, Collector, etc. (No. 561.]

CHARLES C. WILSON, Petitioner, v. ATLANPetition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

TIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY et al. United States Circuit Court of Appeals, for [No. 625.) the Second Circuit.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the See same case below, 62 C. C. A. 644, 128 United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Fed. 262.

the Fifth Circuit. Mr. Frank W. Hackett for petitioner. See same case below, 133 Fed. 1022. The Attorney General and Solicitor Gen

Mr. Burton Smith for petitioner. eral Hoyt for respondent.

Mr. F. G. du Bignon for respondents. May 1, 1905. Denied.

May 1, 1905. Denied.

NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY, Petitioner, v. CHARLES H. TREAT, Collector, etc. HERBERT BARBER et al., Petitioners, v. ED[No. 582.) Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

WARD R. LAZARUS. [No. 626.]

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

United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

the Second Circuit. See same case below, 64 C. C. A. 586, 130 Fed. 340.

See same case below, 136 Fed. 534.

Mr. J. Parker Kirlin for petitioners. Messrs. C. Walter Artz and Melville Egleston for petitioner.

Mr. Anson 11. Beard for respondent. The Attorney General and Solicitor Gen

May 1, 1905. Denied. eral Hoyt for respondent.

May 1, 1905. Denied.

ISAAC K. KERR, Plaintiff in Error, D. LOTTIE R. RUSSELL, Petitioner, v. BENJA- UNITED STATES. [No. 257.] MIN RUSSELL et al. [No. 586.]

In Error to the United States Circuit Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Mr. A. L. Sanborn for plaintiff in error. the Third Circuit.

The Attorney General for defendant in See same case below, 134 Fed. 840.

Messrs. John G. Carlisle and John H. May 1, 1905. Dismissed, on authority of Hazelton for petitioner.

counsel for the plaintiff in error, on motion Mr. Walter H. Bacon for respondents. of Mr. Solicitor General Hoyt for the deMay 1, 1905. Denied.

fendant in error.

error.

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