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of Appeals of the State of Kentucky. Argued for the defendant in error and submitted for the plaintiff in error April 24, 1912. Decided April 29, 1912. Per Curiam. Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction. Haseltine v. Bank, 183 U. S. 130; Schlosser v. Hemphill, 198 U. S. 173, 175. Mr. Thomas Kennedy Helm for the plaintiff in error. Mr. F. M. Dailey for the defendants in error.

No. 231. ELMER H. DUFFIELD, APPELLANT, v. HENRY F. ASHURST, AS DISTRICT ATTORNEY, ETC. Appeal from the Supreme Court of the Territory of Arizona. Argued April 26, 1912. Decided April 29, 1912. Per Curiam. Appeal dismissed with costs. United States ex rel. Warden v. Chandler, 122 U. S. 643; Bernardin v. Butterworth, 169 U. S. 600; Security Mutual Life Insurance Co. v. Prewitt, 200 U. S. 446, 449, and cases cited, and cause remanded to the Supreme Court of the State of Arizona. Mr. T. J. Norton, Mr. Gardiner Lathrop, and Mr. Robert Dunlap for the appellant. Mr. Edward M. Doe for the appellee.

No. 294. THE COALGATE COMPANY, PLAINTIFF IN ERROR, v. J. W. HURST, AS ADMINISTRATOR OR TRUSTEE, ETC. In error to the Supreme Court of the State of Oklahoma. Motion to dismiss submitted April 29, 1912. Decided May 13, 1912. Per Curiam. Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction. Wabash Railroad Company v. Flannigan, 192 U. S. 29, 38; United States v. Pridgeon, 153 U. S. 48, 53, 54; Shoshone Mining Co. v. Rutter, 177 U. S. 505, 508; Re Moran, 203 U. S. 96, 104. Mr. Arthur G. Moseley for the plaintiff in error. Mr. James R. Wood for the defendant in error.

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No. 262. INDIAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION, APPELLANT, v. Hugh H. GORDON et al. Appeal from the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia. Motion to affirm submitted May 13, 1912. Decided May 27, 1912. Per Curiam. Decree as to Hugh H. Gordon affirmed with costs upon the opinion of the court below. 34 App. D. C. 553.1 Mr. Charles Poe, Mr. Benjamin S. Minor, and Mr. Hugh B. Rowland for the appellant. Mr. James B. Archer and Mr. John Lewis Smith for appellee Gordon.

No. 870. Evan B. ROSENKRANS, PLAINTIFF IN ERROR, v. THE STATE OF RHODE ISLAND. In error to the Supreme Court of the State of Rhode Island. Motion to dismiss or affirm submitted April 29, 1912. Decided June 7, 1912. Per Curiam. Judgment affirmed with costs. Collins v. Texas, 223 U. S. 288. Mr. Amasa M. Eaton for the plaintiff in error. Mr. Percy W. Gardner and Mr. Alexander L. Churchill for the defendant in error.

No. 841. ARTHUR HIRSH ET AL., APPELLANTS, v. J. W. TAYLOR ET AL., ETC. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of West Virginia. Submitted May 27, 1912. Decided June 10, 1912. Per Curiam. Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction. Fore River Ship Building Co. v. Haag, 219 U. S. 175; Louisville Trust Co. v. Knott, 191 U. S. 225; Bache v. Hunt, 193 U. S. 523. Cause remanded to the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of West Virginia. Mr. John H. Holt for the appellants. Mr. C. W. Campbell and Mr. Douglas W. Brown for the appellees.

See 218 U. S. 667, for decision as to appellee Miller.

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Decisions on Petitions for Writs of Certiorari.

Decisions on Petitions for Writs of Certiorari from April 1,

to June 10, 1912.

No. 1020. CLARENCE DAYTON HILLMAN, PETITIONER, v. THE UNITED STATES. April 1, 1912. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit denied. Mr. Wade H. Ellis, Mr. T. F. Bevington and Mr. Abner H. Ferguson for the petitioner. The Attorney General and The Solicitor General for the respondent.

No. 1024. EDWARD B. GOODMAN & COMPANY ET AL., PETITIONERS, v. THE UNITED STATES. April 1, 1912. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Customs Appeals denied. Mr. Charles J. Kappler, Mr. Charles H. Merillat and Mr. Joseph S. Kammerlohr for the petitioners. The Attorney General, The Solicitor General and Mr. Assistant Attorney General Wemple for the respondent.

No. 907. Hannah L. ANDREWS, EXECUTRIX, ETC., PETITIONER. v. HARVEY K. PARTRIDGE, TRUSTEE, ETC. April 8, 1912. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit granted, and ordered that transcript on file herein stand as the return to the writ of certiorari. Mr. Thomas E. French and Mr. Samuel H. Richards for the petitioner. Mr. Henry F. Stockwell and Mr. John D. McMullin for the respondent.

No. 1010. SAMUEL LEWIS, PETITIONER, v. G. OLIVER FRICK, UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION INSPECTOR, ETC.

Decisions on Petitions for Writs of Certiorari.

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April 8, 1912. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit granted. Mr. Philip T. Van Zile for the petitioner. The Attorney General and Mr. Assistant Attorney General Harr for the respondent.

No. 1028. ATLANTIC TRANSPORT COMPANY OF WEST VIRGINIA, PETITIONER, v. FRANK İMBROVEK; and No. 1029. ATLANTIC TRANSPORT COMPANY OF WEST VIRGINIA, PETITIONER, v. STATE OF MARYLAND, TO THE USE, ETC. April 8, 1912. Petitions for writs of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit granted. Mr. Nicholas P. Bond and Mr. Edward Duffy for the petitioner. Mr. John E. Semmes, Jr., for the respondent.

No. 1046. A. LEO EVERETT, TRUSTEE, ETC., PetiTIONER, v. WILLIAM D. JUDSON, EXECUTOR, ETC. April 8, 1912. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit granted. Mr. Charles K. Beekman for the petitioner. Mr. William A. Keener for the respondent.

No. 1000. HARRISON T. GROOM, PETITIONER, v. THE MORTIMER LAND COMPANY ET AL. April 8, 1912. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit denied. Mr. Maurice E. Locke, Mr. Eugene P. Locke and Mr. Eugene Marshall for the petitioner. Mr. Sam J. Hunter for the respondents.

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Decisions on Petitions for Writs of Certiorari:

No. 1018. St. Louis SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY, PETITIONER, v. LEWELLEN BROTHERS. April 8, 1912. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit denied. Mr. Roy F. Britton, Mr. E. B. Perkins and Mr. Samuel H. West for the petitioner. No appearance for the respondent.

No. 1021. JOSEPH D. SULLIVAN, TRUSTEE, ETC., PETITIONER, v. AARON GOLDMAN. April 8, 1912. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia denied. Mr. Joseph D. Sullivan and Mr. L. P. Loving for the petitioner. Mr. Henry E. Davis and Mr. Alexander Wolf for the respondent.

No. 1037. NATIONAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY, PETITIONER, v. GEORGE C. Holt, UNITED STATES, DISTRICT JUDGE, ETC.; No. 1038. JAMES C. KUHN, PETITIONER, v. GEORGE C. Holt, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE, ETC.; No. 1039. POWELL'S, A CORPORATION, PETITIONER, v. GEORGE C. Holt, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE, ETC.; and No. 1040. JAMES A. McCLURG & SONS, PETITIONERS, v. GEORGE C. HOLT, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE, ETC. April 8, 1912. Petitions for writs of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit denied. Mr. Livingston Gifford for the petitioners. Mr. Ferdinand E. M. Bullowa for the respondent.

No. 1048. HERSCHEL MARTIN BACON, BANKRUPT, PETITIONER, V. BUFFALO COLD STORAGE COMPANY. April 8, 1912. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the

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