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GASTON, WILLIAMS, & WIGMORE, of Can-John P. KLINE et al., as the Board

ada (Limited), Petitioner, v. Philip A. of Improvement, etc., Petitioners, v. WARNER. [No. 840.]

BURKE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. (No. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the 911.] United States Circuit Court of Appeals Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to for the Second Circuit.

the United States Circuit Court of ApSee same case below, 261 Fed. 993. peals for the Eighth Circuit. Mr. Cletus Keating for petitioner. See same case below, A.L.R. -, 271 Mr. Joseph P. Nolan for respondent. Fed. 605. April 18, 1921. Granted.

Messrs. Frank S. Quinn and William H. Arnold for petitioners.

No appearance for respondent.

June 6, 1921. Granted. JAMES S. MCKEE et al., Petitioners, v.

BENJAMIN GRATZ. [No. 846.]

Petition for Writs of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION, Petitioner, for the Eighth Circuit.

v. Curtis PUBLISHING COMPANY. (No. See same case below, A.L.R. 270 925.} Fed. 713.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to Messrs. Frank H. Sullivan, Lon P. the United States Circuit Court of Ap. Hocker, and George F. Haid for petition-peals for the Third Circuit.

See same case below, 270 Fed. 881. Mr. S. Mayner Wallace for respondent. Solicitor General Frierson and Mr. April 18, 1921. Granted.

Adrien F. Busick for petitioner.

Messrs. John G. Milburn, Joseph W.

Welsh, John G. Milburn, Jr., and Ralph SNAKE CREEK MINING & TUNNEL CO

B. Evans for respondent. PANY, Petitioner, v. MIDWAY IRRIGA

June 6, 1921. Granted. TION COMPANY et al. (No. 880.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Ap

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION, Petitioner, peals for the Eighth Circuit.

V. WINSTED HOSIERY COMPANY. See same case below, 271 Fed. 157.

(No. Messrs. H. R. MacMillan and John A.

931.) Marshall for petitioner.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to Mr. A. B. Irvine for respondents.

the United States Circuit Court of ApMay 2, 1921. Granted.

peals for the Second Circuit.

See same case below, 272 Fed. 957.

Messrs. Solicitor General Frierson and

Mr. Adrien F. Busick for petitioner. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY et al., Peti

Mr. Henry P. Molloy for respondent. tioners, v. OLYMPIAN DREDGING Cov

June 6, 1921. Granted. PANY. (No. 901.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the [688] Ninth Circuit. (689] FRED BROWNE, Plaintiff in Error,

See same case below, 270 Fed. 384. v. CHARLES B. Thorn et al., Partners, Messrs. E. J. Foulds and Elmer West

(No. 933.] lake for petitioners.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari here-
Mr. Thomas E. Haven for respondent. in.
June 1, 1921. Granted.

See same case below, 272 Fed. 950.
Mr. James B. McDonough for plain-

tiff in error. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Petitioner,

June 6, 1921. Granted. v. WESLEY L. Sischo. (No. 898.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Ap-WILLIAM D. HAYWOOD et al., Petitioners, peals for the Ninth Circuit.

v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. (No. See same case below, 270 Fed. 958. 760.]

Solicitor General Frierson for peti- Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the tioner.

United States Circuit Court of Appeals No appearance for respondent.

for the Seventh Circuit. June 6, 1921. Granted.

See same case below, 268 Fed. 795.

etc.

pro se.

Messrs. Otto Christensen and George F., CHARLES O'CONNOR et al., Petitioners, v. Vanderveer for petitioners.

JOHN SLAKER, Acting Administrator, Assistant Attorney General Stewart etc., et al. [No. 772.] and Mr. W. C. Herron for respondent. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the April 11, 1921. Denied.

Supreme Court of the State of Nebraska.

See same case below, 105 Neb. 88, 12 A.L.R. 199, 179 N. W. 401.

Mr. James M. Johnson for petitioners. J. B. FLOWERS et al., Petitioners, v. UNIT

Mr. John F. Kirkman, a respondent, ED STATES OF AMERICA. [No. 752.] Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

April 11, 1921. Denied. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Messrs. W. F. Weeks and C. C. Mc-
Donald for petitioners.

The Attorney General for respondent.
April 11, 1921. Denied.

JOHN BARTON PAYNE, as Agent, etc., Pe

titioner, V. MATTHEW FOLEY. [No. 773.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the ELLSWORTH H. GREEN et al., Petitioners, Supreme Judicial Court of the State of

v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. [No. Maine. 763.]

See same case below, 119 Me. 425, 111 Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Atl. 715. United States Circuit Court of Appeals Messrs. Evan Shelby and Frank M. for the Eighth Circuit.

Libby for petitioner. See same case below, 266 Fed. 779.

Mr. Richard E. Harvey for respondent. Messrs. Ed. S. Vaught and John B. April 11, 1921. Denied. Dudley for petitioners.

Mr. Assistant Attorney General Stewart and Mr. Harry S. Ridgely for respondent. April 11, 1921. Denied.

J. SIDNEY SMITH, Petitioner, v. UNITED

STATES OF AMERICA. [No. 787.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the [690] WAGNER ELECTRIC MANUFACTUR

United States Circuit Court of Appeals ING COMPANY, Petitioner, v. LAMAR

for the Eighth Circuit. LYNDON. [No. 764.]

See same case below, 267 Fed. 665; Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to on rehearing, 269 Fed. 365. the Supreme Court of the State of Mis

Mr. John Lee Webster for petitioner. souri.

Messrs. Assistant Attorney General See same case below, 285 Mo. 77, 225 Stewart and Mr. Roy C. McHenry for S. W. 711.

respondent. Mr. Charles A. Houts for petitioner.

April 11, 1921. Denied.
Messrs. Lawrence C. Kingsland and
John D. Rippey for respondent.

April 11, 1921. Denied.

[691] CHARLES M. THOMPSON, Petition

er, v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Mary FLACK, Administratrix, etc., Peti- [No. 788.]

tioner, v. ATCHISON, TOPEKA, & SANTA Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the FE RAILWAY COMPANY. [No. 769.] United States Circuit Court of Appeals

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the for the Eighth Circuit. Supreme Court of the State of Missouri. See same case below, 267 Fed. 665; on

See same case below, 285 Mo. 28, 224 rehearing, 269 Fed. 365. S. W. 415.

Mr. John Lee Webster for petitioner. Messrs. Jolin H. Atwood and Oscar S. Messrs. Assistant Attorney General Hill for petitioner.

Stewart and Mr. Roy C. McHenry for Mr. Cyrus Crane for respondent. respondent. April 11, 1921. Denied.

April 11, 1921. Denied.

CLYDE A. SMITH, Petitioner, v. UNITED, ULRICA DAHLGREN PIERCE, as Trustee, STATES OF AMERICA. (No. 789.]

etc., Appellant, v. JOHN V. DAHLGREN. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the No. 800.] United States Circuit Court of Appeals Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the for the Eighth Circuit.

United States Circuit Court of Appeals See same case below, 267 Fed. 665; for the Sixth Circuit. on rehearing, 269 Fed. 365.

See same case below, 270 Fed. 507. Mr. John Lee Webster for petitioner. Mr. J. Warren Keifer for appellant.

Messrs. Assistant Attorney General Messrs. Frederic R. Coudert, Howard Stewart and Mr. Roy C. McHenry for Thayer Kingsbury, and Lawrence Maxrespondent.

well for appellee. April 11, 1921. Denied.

April 18, 1921. Denied.

EDWARD A. SHEDD et al., Petitioners, v.

CALUMET CONSTRUCTION COMPANY.
No. 825.]

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

See same case below, 270 Fed. 942.
Mr. Fred Barnett for petitioners.
No appearance for respondent.
April 11, 1921. Denied.

SAMUEL VERNON ESTATE (Inc.), Peti

tioner, v. John J. LYTTLE, as Receirer and Trustee, etc. [No. 815.)

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

See same case below, 270 Fed. 469.
Mr. Frederick Seymour for petitioner.
Mr. Emanuel J. Myers for respondent.
April 18, 1921. Denied.

FILER & STOWELL COMPANY, Petitioner,

v. DIAMOND IRON WORKS. (No. 753.] SEABOARD TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, PePetition for a Writ of Certiorari to

titioner, v. BOSTON, CAPE COD, & New the United States Circuit Court of Ap

YORK CANAL COMPANY. (No. 833.] peals for the Seventh Circuit.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the See same case below, 270 Fed. 489.

United States Circuit Court of Appeals Messrs. Louis A. Lecher, William G. for the First Circuit. Henderson, and Frank E. Dennett for

See same case below, 270 Fed. 525. petitioner. Mr. Frank A. Whiteley for respond petitioner.

[693. Mr. Edward E. Blodgett for ent.

Mr. Thomas H. Mahony for respondent. April 18, 1921. Denied.

April 18, 1921. Denied.

PANAYIOTIS PANOULIAS, PETITIONER, V.

NATIONAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY. [No. JOHN W. YATES, Petitioner, v. CHARLES 765.]

R. SMITH, Executor, etc., et al. (No. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the 834.] United States Circuit Court of Appeals Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the for the Second [692] Circuit.

United States Circuit Court of Appeals See same case below, 269 Fed. 630. for the Third Circuit. Mr. Frank C. Briggs for petitioner. See same case below, 271 Fed. 33.

Messrs. William Quinby and Livingston Mr. Samuel E. Darby for petitioner. Gifford for respondent.

No appearance for respondents. April 18, 1921. Denied.

April 18, 1921. Denied.

JOHN R. BAILEY, Petitioner, v. Missis

SIPPI HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY. (No. STANDARD PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY, 794.]

Petitioner, v. J. R. FOLEY. (No. 836.] Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

for the Fifth Circuit. See same case below, 269 Fed. 125,

See same case below, 270 Fed. 203. Mr. Thomas M. B. Hicks for petitioner. Mr. Augustus Benners for petitioner. Mr. J. Fred Schaffer for respondent. Mr. Erle Pettus for respondent. April 18, 1921. Denied.

April 18, 1921. Denied.

William BARBER, Petitioner, v. Otis, J. C. DYSART, Petitioner, v. UNITED

Motor SALES COMPANY. [No. 841.] STATES OF AMERICA. [No. 780.]

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

peals for the Fifth Circuit. See same case below, 271 Fed. 171. See same case below, 270 Fed. 77. Mr. Samuel E. Darby for petitioner. Messrs. William H. Atwell and Cecil

Messrs. Oscar W. Jeffery and Robert H. Smith for petitioner. D. Eggleston for respondent.

Mr. Assistant Attorney General StewApril 18, 1921. Denied.

art and Mr. William C. Herron for respondent.

April 25, 1921. Denied. CITY OF NEW YORK, Petitioner, v. Lyn

DON R. CONNETT et al., etc. (No. 842.]

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

Boston & MAINE RAILROAD, Petitioner, See same case below, 270 Fed. 197. v. TIMOTHY J. DESMOND. [No. 781.] Mr. Vincent Victory for petitioner. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to Mr. Samuel Seabury for respondents. the Superior Court of the State of MassaApril 18, 1921. Denied.

chusetts.

See same case below, in supreme judicial court, 237 Mass. 236, 129 N. E. 596.

Mr. Frederick N. Wier for petitioner. STANDARD Oil COMPANY, as Owner of the Mr. James H. Vahey for respondent.

Steamship John D. Rockefeller, Peti- April 25, 1921. Denied.
tioner, v. STEAMSHIP Falls City, etc.
(No. 861.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals [694] for the Fourth Circuit.

See same case below, 272 Fed. 67. (695) JOSEPH OPLE, Petitioner,

Messrs. J. Parker Kirlin, John M. GEORGE P. WEINBRENNER, Sheriff, etc. Woolsey, Edward R. Baird, Jr., and Rob- No. 797); EARL MILLER, Petitioner, ert S. Erskine for petitioner.

v. GEORGE P. WEINBRENNER, Sheriff, Mr. H. H. Little for respondent.

etc. [No. 798]; and LEO CLYNE, PetiApril 18, 1921. Denied.

tioner, v. GEORGE P. WEINBREXNER, Sheriff, etc. (No. 799).

Petition for Writs of Certiorari to the GEORGE N. BAXTER, Petitioner, r. WIL- Supreme rt of the State of Missouri. LIAM M. SAFFORI) et al. [No. 782.]

See same case below, 285 Mo. 365, 226 Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the S. W. 256. United States Circuit Court of Appeals

Mr. Charles A. Houts for petitioners. for the Sixth Circuit.

No appearance for respondent.
See same case below, 269 Fed. 344. April 25, 1921. Denied.
Mr. George N. Baxter, petitioner, pro

V.

se.

No appearance for respondents.
April 25, 1921. Denied.

MCKITTRICK OIL COMPANY, Plaintiff in

Error, v. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD Carl A. Martin et al., etc., Petitioners, COMPANY. [No. 801.]

V. PRESIDIO MINING COMPANY et al. Error to state court-Federal question (No. 790.)

-error or certiorari. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Petition for a Writ of Certiorari hereUnited States Circuit Court of Appeals in. for the Ninth Circuit.

See same case below, -- Cal. App. See same case below, 269 Fed. 933; on 194 Pac. 80. rehearing, 270 Fed. 388.

Messrs. Fred Dennett and George E. Mr. William Denman for petitioners. Whitaker for plaintiff in error.

Messrs. R. T. Harding, Henry E. Mon- Messrs. Frank Thunen and A, A. Hoehroe, and J. J. Dunne for respondents. ling for defendant in error. April 25, 1921. Denied.

April 25, 1921. Denied.

LOUIS KARASIK et al., as Trustees, etc., | ARTHUR A. Jones et al., Petitioners, v.

Petitioners, v. HENRY DOSCHER et al., GREGORY PAGE, Receiver, etc., et al. as Executors, etc. No. 843.]

No. 821.] Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to United States Circuit Court of Appeals the Supreme Court of the State of New for the Second Circuit.

Mexico. See same case below, 272 Fed. 828.

See same case below, 26 N. M. 440, Mr. Samuel Evans Maires for petition- | 194 Pac. 883.

Mr. Chapin Brown for petitioners. Mr. Henry F. Cochrane for respond- No appearance for respondents. ents.

May 2, 1921. Denied. April 25, 1921. Denied.

ers.

AL WEATHERS, Petitioner, v. UNITED

STATES OF AMERICA. [No. 824:] JOSEPH ROSENBLATT, Petitioner, v. UNIT- Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to

ED STATES OF AMERICA (No. 873]; and the United States Circuit (697] Court (696] SAMUEL DAVIDSON, Petitioner, of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA [No. See same case below, 269 Fed. 254. 874.]

Messrs. Charles J. Heggerty and 0. P. Petition for Writs of Certiorari to the Hubbard for petitioner. United States Circuit Court of Appeals Assistant Attorney General Stewart for the Second Circuit.

and Mr. W. C. Herron for respondent. See same case below, 271 Fed. 435.

May 2, 1921. Denied. Mr. Charles Hershenstein for petitioner in No. 873.

Messrs. Allan R. Campbell and Mark BULLOCK TRACTOR COMPANY, Petitioner, Hyman for petitioner in No. 874.

v. J. HERBERT KNAPP and Parker N. Mr. Assistant Attorney General Stew- Black, Partners as Knapp & Black. art and Mr. William C. Herron for re- No. 826.] spondent.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to April 25, 1921. Denied.

the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

See same case below, 270 Fed. 379. CHARLES W. ANDERSON, Collector of In- Messrs. John S. Miller, Merritt Starr,

ternal Revenue, etc., Petitioner, v. New Edward Osgood Brown, Thomas E. YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. [No. Haven, James C. McMath, and Frank 783.]

Davis, Jr., for petitioner. Writ of Certiorari heretofore issued

Mr. Phil D. Swing for respondents. recalled, and petition for a Writ of Cer- May 2, 1921. Denied. tiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

LOUIS SABLOWSKI et al., Petitioners, v. See same case below, 269 Fed. 1021. UNITED STATES. [No. 850.]

Solicitor General Frierson and Assist- Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to ant Attorney General Adams for peti- the United States Circuit Court of Aptioner.

peals for the Second Circuit. Mr. James H. McIntosh for respond- See same case below, 271 Fed. 294. ent.

Mr. William J. Fallon for petitioners. May 2, 1921. Denied.

Solicitor General Frierson and M. Robert P. Frierson for respondent.

May 2, 1921. Denied.

ERIE RAILROAD COMPANY, Petitioner, v.
FRED D. WARD. [No. 818.]

ASSOCIATED OIL COMPANY, Petitioner, v.
Petition for å Writ of Certiorari to WALTER L. MILLER and his wife, Mattie
the Supreme Court of the State of New E. Miller, et al. [No. 851.]
York.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to See same case below, in court of ap- the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, 230 N. Y. 230, 129 N. E. 886. peals for the Fifth Circuit.

Mr. Halsey Sayles for petitioner. See same case below, 269 Fed. 16.

Mr. Thomas A. Sullivan for respond Mr. James A. Baker for petitioner. ent.

Mr. Luther Nickels for respondents. May 2, 1921. Denied.

May 2, 1921. Denied:

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