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Jackson E. Reynolds, both of New York City, No. 1008. The THOMAS MANUFACTURand John J. Beattie, of Warwick, N. Y., for ING COMPANY, petitioner, v. The AEOLIAN Reading Co. Ordered that these cases be re- COMPANY. June 10, 1918. Mr. Howard S. stored to the docket for reargument.

Smith, of Dayton, Ohio, for petitioner. Mr. James L. Norris, of Washington, D. C., for respondent. Petition for a writ of certiorari to

the Court of Appeals of the District of ColumNo. 190. Sernetta J. McCOY et al., execu- bia denied. tors, etc., plaintiffs in error, v. The UNION ELEVÁTED RAILROAD COMPANY et al. June 10, 1918. See, also, 247 U. S. 354, 38 Sup.

No. 1026. Margaret Corwin Radcliffe Ct. 504, 62 L. Ed. - Messrs. John S. Miller GOOCH, petitioner, v. Annie Wayne SUHOR and Harry S. Mecartney, both of Chicago, Ill., et al. June 10, 1918. For opinion below, see for plaintiffs in error. Mr. Addison L. Gardner, 244 Fed. 361, 156 C. c. A. 647. Messrs. Edof Chicago, Ill., for defendants in error.

Leave

ward P. Buford, of Lawrenceville, Va., and granted to present a petition for rehearing with John Spalding Flannery and Frederic D. Mcin thirty days, on motion of Mr. William C. Sul. Kenney, both of Washington, D. C., for petitionlivan in behalf of counsel for the plaintiffs in

Messrs. H. M. Smith, Jr., and S. S. P. er ror.

Patteson, both of Richmond, Va., for respond

ents. Petition for a wřit of certiorari to the No. 207. The UNITED STATES, appellant, Fourth Circuit denied.

United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the v. UNITED SHOE MACHINERY COMPANY OF NEW JERSEY et al. June 10, 1918. See, also, 247 U. S. 32, 38 S. Ct. 473, 62 L. Ed.

Mr. Solicitor General Davis, of Washing- No. 1029. The PENNSYLVANIA RAILton, D. C., for the United States. Mr. Charles ROAD COMPANY, petitioner, v. Alice Frances F. Choate, Jr., of Boston, Mass., for respond- BROWN et al. June 10, 1918. Mr. Frederic ents. Leave granted to present a petition for D. McKenney, of Washington, D. C., for petirehearing within thirty days on motion of Mr. tioner. Motion for an order staying proceedings Solicitor General Davis for the appellant. in lower court submitted by Mr. Frederic Ď.

McKenney for the petitioners, and motion de

nied without prejudice. No. 371. The TOLEDO NEWSPAPER COMPANY et al., plaintiffs in error, v. The UNITED STATES of America. June 10, 1918. No. 1033. AMERICAN TRADING COMSee, also, 247 U. S. 402.38 Sup. (t. 560, 62 L. PANY (Pacific Coast), petitioner, v. NORTH Ed. Messrs. Joseph S. Graydon and Law- ALASKA SALMON COMPANY. June 10, rence Maxwell, both of Cincinnati, Ohio, for 1918. For opinion below, see 248 Fed. 665. Mr. plaintiffs in error. The Attorney General, for Samuel Knight, of San Francisco, Cal., for petithe United States. Leave granted to present a tioner. Messrs.. Wise & O'Connor and Otto petition for rehearing within thirty days on mo- Irving Wise, all of San Francisco, Cal. (Walter tion of Mr. Joseph S. Graydon for the plaintiffs D. Mansfield, of San Francisco, Cal., of counin error.

sel), for respondent. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of

Appeals for the Ninth Circuit denied. No. 514. Marcel AKALITIS, petitioner, v. PHILADELPHIA & READING COAL & IRON COMPANY. June 10, 1918. For opinion below, see 239 Fed. 299, 152 C. C. A. 287. No. 1038. WESTERN UNION TELEPetition for a writ of certiorari to the United GRAPH COMPANY, petitioner, v. DETROIT, States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second TOLEDO & IRONTON RAILROAD COM Circuit denied.

PANY. June 10, 1918. For opinion below, see 200 Mich. 2, 166 N. W. 494. Messrs. John B.

Corliss and Paul B. Moody, both of Detroit, No. 704. W. C. HAMMER, United States Mich., for petitioner. Messrs. Elliott G. Stevenattorney, etc., appellant. v. Roland H. DAGEN- son and William L. Carpenter, both of Detroit, HART et al. June 10, 1918. See, also, 247 Mich., for respondent. Petition for a writ of U. S. 251,

38 Sup. Ct. 529, 62 L. Ed. Mr. certiorari to the Supreme Court of the State John W. Davis, Sol. Gen., of Washington, D. of Michigan denied. C., Mr. W. L. Frierson, Asst. Atty. Gen., and Mr. Robert Szold, of Chicago, Ill., for appellant. Messrs. Morgan J. O'Brien, of New York City, Clement Manly, of Winston-Salem, N. C., petitioner, v. Oscar G. TAYLOR.

No. 1042. WELLS FARGO & COMPANY,

June 10, W. P. Bynum, of Greensboro, N. C., Junius 1918. For opinion below, see 249 Fed. 109. Parker, of New York City, and W. M. Hendren, Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United of Winston-Salem, N. C., for appellees. Leave States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth granted to present a petition for rehearing with Circuit granted. in thirty days, on motion of Mr. Solicitor General Davis for the appellant.

No. 1049. E. KIRBY-SMITH, petitioner, v.

John O. SHEATZ, receiver, etc. June 10, 1918. No. 1003. BUTTE & SUPERIOR COPPER Fed. 315.

For opinion below, see Sheatz v. Markley, 249

Messrs. Fred H. Atwood, of Chi COMPANY, Limited, petitioner, v. CLARK-cago, Ill., and Henry J. Scott, of Philadelphia, MONTANA REALTY COMPANY et al. June Pa., for petitioner. Messrs. Owen J. Roberts 10, 1918. For opinion below, see 248 Fed. 609. and Harry Reiss Axelroth, both of Philadelphia, Messrs. W. H. Dickson, of Salt Lake City, Pa., for respondent. Petition for a writ of Utah, J. Bruce Kremer, of Butte, Mont., and certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Wm. Scallon, of Helena, Mont, for petitioner. Appeals for the Third Circuit denied. Messrs. John P. Gray, of Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, and W. A. Clark, Jr., and John L. Templeman, both of Butte, Mont.,' for respondents. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States No. 1050. LEE MOW LIN and Lee Bing, Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit petitioners, v. The UNITED STATES of Amerdenied,

ica. June 10, 1918. For opinion below, see 250 Fed. 694. Mr. Chester H. Krum, of St. No. 1064. SCHRAM GLASS MANUFACLouis, Mo., for petitioners. Mr. Solicitor Gen- TURING COMPANY, petitioner, v. HOMER eral Davis, of Washington, D. C., for the Unit- BROOKE GLASS COMPANY. June 10, 1918. ed States. Petition for a writ of certiorari to | For opinion below, see 249 Fed. 228. Messrs. the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for James Love Hopkins, of St. Louis, Mo., and the Eighth Circuit denied.

Russell Wiles and George A. Chritton, both of
Chicago, Ill., for petitioner. Messrs. Charles
Neave and William G. McKnight, both of New

York City, for respondent. Petition for a writ No. 1051. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COM- of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court PANY, petitioner, v. John C. WEBB, individ- of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit denied. ually and for the use of Queen Insurance Company and London & Lancashire Insurance Company. June 10, 1918. For opinion below, see No. 1065. Frederick KRAFFT, petitioner, v. 248 Fed. 618 and 235 Fed. 578. Messrs. J. T. The UNITED STATES of America. June 10, Stokely, of Birmingham, Ala., and E. W. Pet- | 1918. For opinion below, see 249 Fed. 919. tus, of Selma, Ala., for petitioner. Messrs. Mr. Walter Nelles, of New York City (Messrs. Alex C. King, of Atlanta, Ga., Hugh Mallory, Henry Carless, of Newark, N. J., and Morris of Selma, Ala., and A. M. Garber, of Birming: Hillquit, of New York City, of counsel), for pe ham, Ala., for respondent. Petition for a writtitioner. Petition for a writ of certiorari to of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit denied.

the Third Circuit denied.

No. 1066. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COM. No. 1052. 0. T. PEEPLES, trustee, etc., pe- PANY, petitioner, v. INDUSTRIAL ACCI. titioner, v. GEORGIA IRON & COAL COM-DENT COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF PANY 'et al. June 10, 1918. For opinion be CALIFORNIA et al. June 10, 1918. For low, see 248 Fed. 886. Messrs. S. M. Cham- opinion below, see 171 Pac. 1071.' Petition for bliss, of Chattanooga, Tenn., and O. R. Hood, a writ of certiorari to the Supreme Court of of Gadsden, Ala., for petitioner. Messrs. Alex. the State of California granted. C. King and Clifford L. Anderson, both of Atlanta, Ga., for respondents. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit denied.

No. 1067. Dud MOORE, petitioner, v. The UNITED STATES of America. June 10, 1918. Messrs. James C. Denton and Frank Lee, both

of Muskogee, Okl., for petitioner. Mr. Solicitor No. 1059. REPUBLIC RUBBER COM- General Davis, of Washington, D. C., and Mr. PANY, petitioner, v. CONSOLIDATED RUB- La Rue Brown, Asst. Atty. Gen., for the United BER TIRE COMPANY et al. June 10, 1918. States. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the Messrs. George A. Chritton, William H. Dyren- United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the forth, and Russell Wiles, all of Chicago, I11., Eighth Circuit denied. and Frances M. Phelps, of Washington, D. C. (Messrs. Dyrenforth, Lee, Chritton & Wiles, of Chicago, Ill., of counsel), for petitioner. Mr. Charles W. Stapleton, of New York City, for No. 1081. PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE respondents. Petition for a writ of certiorari & WASHINGTON RAILROAD COMPANY, to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals petitioner, v. Alfred H. SMITH. June 10, 1918. for the Seventh Circuit denied.

Mr. Frederic D. McKenney, of Washington, D.
C., for petitioner. Motion for an order staying
proceedings in the lower court submitted by Mr.
Frederic D. McKenney for the petitioner, and

motion denied without prejudice.
No. 1060. The CHESAPEAKE & OHIO
RAILWAY COMPANY OF INDIANA, peti-
tioner, NATIONAL BANK OF COM-
MERCE OF NORFOLK. June 10, 1918. For

No. 1082. Alexander GLADSTONE, alias opinion below, see 95 S. E. 454. Messrs. David William Vines, petitioner, v. The

UNITED H. Leake and Walter Leake, both of Richmond, STATES of America. June 10, 1918.

For Va., for petitioner. Petition for a writ of cer- opinion below, see 248 Fed. 117. Messrs. Bentiorari to the Supreme Court of Appeals of the jamin L. McKinley, of San Francisco, Cal., and State of Virginia denied.

Frederick S. Tyler, of Washington, D. C., for petitioner. Mr. Solicitor General Davis, of Washington, D. C., for the United States. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United

States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth No. 1061. Matthew T. CHAPMAN et al., pe Circuit denied. titioners, v. John A. WINTROATH. June 10, 1918. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia

No. 1083. Dan A. WARD and W. A. Greengranted.

wood, petitioners, v. Thomas W. MORGAN, Warden, etc. June 10, 1918. For opinion be low, see_248 Fed. 691. Messrs. I. J. Ringolsky,

M. L. Friedman and Harry L. Jacobs, all of No. 1062. George T. CHARLTON and John Kansas City, Mo. (Edwin A. Krauthoff, of L. Crone, local inspectors, etc., et al., petition. Washington, D. C., of counsel), for petitioners. ers, v. NEW YORK & PORTO RICO STEAM- Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United SHIP COMPANY. June 10, 1918. For opin- States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eighth ion below, see The San Juan, 250 Fed. 93. Mr. Circuit denied. Solicitor General Davis, of Washington, D. C., for petitioners. Mr. Roscoe H. Hupper, of New York City, for respondent. Petition for a writ No. 1086. The B. F. GOODRICH COM. of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court PANY, petitioner, v. CONSOLIDATED RUB. of Appeals for the Second Circuit denied. BER TĪRE COMPANY et al. June 10, 1918

V.

v.

Messrs. Charles Neave, of New York City, Sam- | opinion below, see 178 App. Div. 931, 165 N. uel E. Hibben, of Chicago, Ill., and Clarence D. Y. Supp. 1111. Messrs. Macklin, Brown & Kerr, of New York City, for petitioner. Mr. Purdy, of New York City (Pierre M. Brown, of Chas. W. Stapleton, of New York City, for re- New York City, of counsel) for petitioner. spondents. Petition for a writ of certiorari to Messrs. Samuel Seabury and William M. Sea: the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for bury, both of New York City, for respondent. the Seventh Circuit denied.

Petition for a writ of certiorari to the Su

preme Court of the State of New York denied. No. 1087. Charles A. HITCHCOCK, petitioner, v. Alfred G. SCATTERGOOD et al.

No. 1095. INTERNATIONAL PAPER June 10, 1918. For opinion below, see 249 | COMPANY, Fed. 23.' Petition for a writ of certiorari to the “GRACIE D. CHAMBERS," her tackle, etc.,

petitioner, THE Schooner United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Florence G. Payne, claimant. June 10, 1918. Third Circuit granted.

Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United
States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second

Circuit granted. No. 1088. COAL & COKE RAILWAY COMPANY, petitioner, v. Oscar V. EWING. June 10, 1918. For opinion below, see 96 S. E. 73. No. 1096. ERIE RAILROAD COMPANY, Messrs. George E. Price, and Buckner Clay, petitioner, v. John DOWNS. June 10, 1918. both of Charleston, W. Va., for petitioner. For opinion below, see 250 Fed. 415. Mr. Wil. Messrs. Edward M. Surber and Thomas A. Bled- liam C. Cannon, of New York City, for petisoe, both of Charleston, W. Va., for respondent. tioner. Mr. Sydney A, Syme, of Mount Vernon, Petition for a writ of certiorari to the Su- N. Y., for respondent. Petition for a writ of preme Court of Appeals of the State of West certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Virginia denied.

Appeals for the Second Circuit denied.

No. 1090. MIDLAND LINSEED PROD. UCTS COMPANY, petitioner, y. THE Steam- No. 1100. The UNITED STATES of Amer. ship "SATURNUS, her tackle, etc., et al. ica, petitioner, v. George W. HEIM. June 10, June 10, 1918. For opinion_below, see The 1918. Mr. Solicitor General Davis, of WashSaturnus, 250 Fed. 407. Mr. Herman S. Hert- ington, D. C., for the United States. Mr. Matwig, of New York City, for petitioner. Mr. thew E. O'Brien, of Washington, D. C., for reChauncey I. Clark, of New York City, for re- spondent. Petition for a writ of certiorari to spondent. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the Court of Appeals of the District of Columthe United States Circuit Court of Appeals for bia denied. the Second Circuit denied.

No. 1101. Logan BILLINGSLEY and Fred No. 1091. John W. ROBERTS, petitioner, v. | Billingsley, petitioners,

The

UNITED The UNITED STATES of America. June 10, STATES of America. June 10, 1918. For 1918. For opinion below, see 248 Fed. 873. opinion below, see 249 Fed. 331. Mr. Charles Messrs. Benjamin L. McKinley, of San Fran- A. Spirk, of Seattle, Wash., for petitioners, cisco, Cal., and Frederick S. Tyler, of Wash- Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United ington, D. C., for petitioner. Petition for a States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Circuit denied. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit denied.

No. Original. Ex parte in the matter of No. 1094. PHILADELPHIA & READING George O. KITZEROW, petitioner, June 3, COAL & IRON COMPANY, petitioner, v. Car- 1918. Motion for leave to file petition for writ mine SACCRIPANTE. June 10, 1918. For of mandamus denied.

V.

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