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authority (619] of § 237 of the Judicial | Error to state court-Federal question. Code, as amended by the Act of Septem- In Error to the Supreme Court of the ber 6, 1916 (39 Stat. at L. 726, chap. State of Iowa. 448, Comp. Stat. $ 1214, Fed. Stat. Anno. See same case below, 185 Iowa, 1038, Supp. 1918, p. 411), § 2; Jett Bros. Dis-170 N. W. 289. tilling Co. v. Carrollton, 252 U. S. 1, 64 Mr. W. D. Milligan for plaintiff in L. ed. 421, 40 Sup. Ct. Rep. 255.

Messrs. Horace M. Havner, Freeman

C. Davidson, and Charles W. Lyon for Ex PARTE: IN THE MATTER OF THE City defendant in error. OF DALLAS, Petitioner. (No. Orig

January 24, 1921. Per Curiam: Disinal.]

missed for want of jurisdiction upon auMotion for leave to file a petition for thority of § 237 of the Judicial Code, as a Writ of Mandamus herein.

amended by the Act of September 6, Messrs. James J. Collins, Joseph Man- | 1916 (39 Stat. at L. 726, chap. 448, son McCormick, and Francis Marion Comp. Stat. § 1214, Fed. Stat. Anno. Etheridge for petitioner.

Supp. 1918, p. 411), § 2; Jett Bros. DisNo appearance for respondent.

tilling Co. v. Carrollton, 232 U. S. 1, 64 January 17, 1921. Denied.

L. ed. 421, 40 Sup. Ct. Rep. 255.

Ex PARTE: IN THE MATTER OF HUSSEIN MAGGIE HARJO, Appellant, v. W. A.

LUTFI BEY, Master, etc., Petitioner. KUNKLE, Prairie Oil & Gas Company, No. - Original.]

et al. [No. 160.] Motion for leave to file a petition for Appeal—from circuit court of appeals— Writs of Prohibition and/or Mandamus frivolous Federal question. herein.

Appeal from the United States Circuit Messrs. William A. Purrington, Frank Court of Appeals for the Eighth CirJ. McConnell, and John M. Woolsey for cuit. petitioner.

See same case below, 168 C. C. A. 38, No appearance for respondent.

256 Fed. 614. January 17, 1921. Denied.

Mr. Lewis C. Lawson for appellant.

Messrs. Preston C. West and A. A.

Davidson for appellees. CHARLES S. SICKEL, Plaintiff in Error,

January 24, 1921. Per Curiam: DisV. THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA! missed for want of jurisdiction upon [No. 145.]

authority of Farrell v. O'Brien (O’CalError to state court-Federal question.

laghan v. O'Brien) 199 U. S. 89, 100, 50 In Error to the Supreme Court of Ap- L. ed. 101, 107, 25 Sap. Ct. Rep. 727; peals of the State of Virginia.

Empire State-Idaho Min. & Developing See same case below, 124 Va. 821, 97 Co. v. Hanley, 205 U. S. 225, 232, 51 S. E. 783, 99 S. E. 678.

L. ed. 779, 782, 27 Sup. Ct. Rep. 476: Messrs. David H. Leake and Walter Goodrich v. Ferris, 214 U. S. 71, 79, 53 Leake for plaintiff (620) in error.

L. ed. 914, 917, 29 Sup. Ct. Rep. 580; Messrs. John R. Saunders and J. D. Toop v. Ulysses Land Co. 237 U. S. 580, Hank, Jr., for defendant in error.

583, 59 L. ed. 1127, 1128, 35 Sup. Ct. January 24, 1921. Per Curiam: Dis- Rep. 739; United Surety Co. v. Amermissed for want of jurisdiction upon ican Fruit Product Co. 238 U. S. 140, authority of Murdock v. Memphis, 20 142, 59 L. ed. 1238, 1239, 35 Sup. Ct. Wall. 590, 22 L. ed. 429; Ross v. Oregon, Rep. 828; Sugarman v. United States, 227 U. S. 150, 161, 57 L. ed. 458, 461, 33 249 U. S. 182, 184, 63 L. ed. 550, 551, Sup. Ct. Rep. 220, Ann. Cas. 1914C, 39 Sup. Ct. Rep. 191; Berkman v. Unit224; Southern P. Co. v. Schuyler, 227 U. ed States, 250 U. S. 114, 118, 63 L. ed. S. 601, 610, 57 L. ed. 662, 668, 43 L.R.A. 877, 884, 39 Sup. Ct. Pep. 411; Pied(N.S.) 901, 33 Sup. Ct. Rep. 277; En- mont Power & Light Co. v. Graham, 253 terprise Irrig. Dist. v. Farmers Mut. U. S. 193, 64 L. ed. 855, 40 Sup. Ct. Canal Co. 213 U. S. 157, 164, 61 L. ed. Rep. 453. 644, 648, 37 Sup. Ct. Rep. 318.

GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY, Louis F. NAGEL, Plaintiff in Error, v. Plaintiff in Error, V. THE CITY OF

THE STATE OF Iowa. [No. 150.] MINNEAPOLIS. (No. 163.)

Error to state court--Federal question. 729; Louisville & N. R. Co. v. Western

In Error to the Supreme Court of the U. Teleg. Co. 237 U. S. 300, 302, 59 L. ed. State of Minnesota.

965, 966, 35 Sup. Ct. Rep. 598; DelSee same case below, 142 Minn. 308, aware, L. & W. R. Co. y. Yurkonis, 238 172 N. W. 135.

U. S. 439, 444, 59 L. ed. 1397, 1400, 35 Messrs. E. C. Lindley, M. L. Country- Sup. Ct. Rep. 902. man, and J. 0. P. Wheelwright for plaintiff in error.

Messrs. Charles D. Gould and Richard HERBERT L. HILDRETH, Petitioner, v. JIM S. Wiggin for defendant in error.

M. MASTORAS. [No. 333.] [621] January 24, 1921. Per Curi

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Dismissed for want of jurisdiction United States Circuit Court of Appeals upon authority of § 237 of the Judicial for the Ninth Circuit. Code, as amended by the Act of Septem- See same case below, C. C. A. ber 6, 1916 (39 Stat. at L. 726, chap. 263 Fed. 571. 448, Comp. Stat. § 1214, Fed. Stat. Anno.

Messrs. Frederic D. McKenney and Supp. 1918, p. 411), $ 2; Jett Bros. Dis. George P. Dike for petitioner. tilling Co. v. Carrollton, 252 U. S. 1, 64

No appearance for respondent. L. ed. 421, 40 Sup. Ct. Rep. 255.

October 11, 1920. Granted.

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SANGER BROTHERS, Copartnership,

FIRST NATIONAL BANK JASPER etc., Plaintiffs in Error, v. EMILY

FLORIDA, Petitioner, v. STATE BANK OF HUNSUCKER et al. [No. 170.]

ROME, GEORGIA (No. 371]; and FIRST Error to state court-Federal question.

NATIONAL BANK OF JASPER, FLORIDA, In Error to the Court of Civil Ap

Petitioner, v. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF peals, Second Supreme Judicial District

ROME, GEORGIA [No. 372]. of the State of Texas.

Petition for Writs of Certiorari to the See same case below, Tex. Civ. App.

United States Circuit Court of Appeals

for the Fifth Circuit. -,212 S. W. 514. Mr. Henry C. Coke for plaintiffs in

See same case below, C. C. A. 264 Fed. 83.

Mr. William Wade Hampton for peNo appearance for defendants in er

titioner. ror.

Mr. Henry C. Clark for respondents. January 24, 1921. Per Curiam: Dismissed for want of jurisdiction upon

October 11, 1920. Granted. authority of § 237 of the Judicial Code, as amended by the Act of September 6, 1916 (39 Stat. at L._726, chap. 448, BANK OF JASPER, Petitioner, v. FIRST NAComp. Stat. § 1214, Fed. Stat. Anno.

TIONAL BANK OF ROME, GEORGIA [No. Supp. 1918, p. 411), $ 2; Jett Bros. Dis

383]; and BANK OF JASPER, Petitioner, tilling Co. v. Carrollton, 252 U. S. 1, 64

v. STATE BANK OF ROME, GEORGIA [No. L. ed. 421, 40 Sup. Ct. Rep. 255.

384).

Petition for Writs of Certiorari to the

United States Circuit Court of Appeals JOHN W. SEAMAN et al., Appellants, v. for the Fifth Circuit. SAMUEL W. ADLER. (No. 647.]

See same case below, C. C. A. Appeal—from circuit court of appeals— 264 Fed. 88. Federal question.

Mr. F. P. Fleming for petitioner. Appeal from the United States Circuit Mr. Henry C. Clark for respondents. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. October 11, 1920. Granted.

See same case below, C. C. A. 266 Fed. 828.

Mr. W. J. Hughes for appellants. GERTRUDE M. REED, Administratrix of the Mr. Edw. W. Foristel for appellee. Estate of Leo C. Reed, Deceased, Pe

January 24, 1921. Per Curiam: Dis- titioner, v. DIRECTOR GENERAL OF RAILmissed for want of jurisdiction upon ROADS, United States (623] Railroad the authority of Hull v. Burr, 234 U. S. Administration, Operating Philadel712, 720, 58 L. ed. 1557, 1561, 34 Sup. phia & Reading Railroad. (No. 387.] Ct. Rep. 892; St. Anthony's Church v. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Pennsylvania R. Co. 237 U. S. 575, 577, Supreme Court of the State of Pennsyl59 L. ed. 1119, 1122, 35 Sup. Ct. Rep. Ivania.

See same case below, 267 Pa. 86, 110 Atl. 254.

Mr. Frederick S. Tyler for petitioner.

Mr. William Clarke Mason for respondent.

October 11, 1920. Granted.

Messrs. Maurice C. Spratt and H. Prescott Gatley for petitioner.

Mr. E. Clarence Aiken for respondent.
October 11, 1920. Granted.

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY,

Petitioner, v. ESTEVE BROTHERS & ComJohn Gooch, JR., Petitioner, v. OREGON PANY. [No. 491.]

SHORT LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. [No Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the 412.)

United States Circuit Court of Appeals Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the for the Fifth Circuit. United States Circuit Court of Appeals See same case below, C. C. A. for the Ninth Circuit.

268 Fed. 22. See same case below, C. C. A. Messrs. Rush Taggart, W. B. Spencer, 264 Fed. 664.

Joseph P. Egan, and Francis R. Stark Mr. J. H. Peterson for petitioner.

for petitioner. Mr. George H. Smith for respondent. No brief was filed for respondent. October 11, 1920. Granted.

October 18, 1920. Granted.

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UNITED STATES, Petitioner, v. M. RICE &

EDWARD S. ATWATER, Petitioner, v. COMPANY.et al. [No. 462.]

STEPHEN G. GUERNSEY et al., Trustees, Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Customs Appeals.

etc., et al. (No. 511.] The Attorney General for petitioner.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

United States Circuit Court of Appeals No appearance for respondents.

for the Second Circuit. October 11, 1920. Granted.

See same case below, C. C. A. 266 Fed. 278.

Mr. Abram J. Rose for petitioner. WHITE OAK TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, Mr. R. Dulaney Whiting for respond

Petitioner, v. Boston, CAPE COD, & New ents.
YORK CANAL COMPANY. [No. 467.] October 18, 1920. Granted.

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

See same case_below, first appeal,
C. C. A. —, 265 Fed. 538; second appeal,

UNION TOOL COMPANY, Petitioner, v.

ELIHU C. WILSON. (No. 521.] C. C. A. --, 267 Fed. 176.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Mr. Edward E. Blodgett for petitioner,

Messrs. William R. Sears and Samuci United States Circuit Court of Appeals Park for respondent.

for the Ninth Circuit. October 11, 1920. Granted.

See same case below, C. C. A. 265 Fed. 669.

Messrs. A. V. Andrews, Frederick S. NORTHERN COAL COMPANY, Petitioner, v. Church for petitioner.

Lyon, William K. White, and Melville Boston, CAPE COD, & NEW YORK CANAL Messrs. A. Benton Wilson and Francis COMPANY. (No. 487.]

W. Clements for respondent.
Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

October 18, 1920. Granted.
United States Circuit Court of [624]
Appeals for the First Circuit.
Mr. John G. Palfrey for petitioner.
Mr. William R. Sears for respondent.

[625] FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GULFOctober 11, 1920. Granted.

PORT, MISSISSIPPI, Petitioner, v. WIRT
ADAMS, Revenue Agent, etc. [No.

541.] PULLMAN COMPANY, Petitioner, v. STATE Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION. [No. 469.] Supreme Court of the State of Missis

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the sippi. Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Third See same case below, on various apDepartment, of the State of New York. peals, 108 Miss. 346, 67 So. 407; 116 Miss, 450, 77 So. 195, Miss. 84 So. COMMISSIONERS OF ROAD IMPROVEMENT 707; 123 Miss. 279, 85 So. 308.

DISTRICT No. 2, etc., Petitioners, v. St. Mr. William H. Watkins for petitioner, LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY COMNo appearance for respondent.

PANY. [No. 552.]
October 25, 1920. Granted.

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

C. C. A. ~, EPHRAIM LEDERER, Collector, etc., Pe- 265 Fed. 524.

Mr. Henry Moore, Jr., for petitioners. titioner, v. ALEXANDER J. STOCKTON, Sole Surviving Trustee. [No. 543.]

No appearance for respondent.
Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

October 25, 1920. Granted.
United States Circuit Court of Appeals
for the Third Circuit.
See same case below, C. C. A.

JAMES J. RAFFERTY, Collector of Inter266 Fed. 676. Solicitor General Frierson for pe

nal Revenue for the Philippine Is

lands, Petitioner, v. SMITH, Bell, & titioner. No brief was filed for respondent.

COMPANY, Limited. [No. 544.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to October 25, 1920. Granted.

the Supreme Court of the Philippine Islands.

Mr. Charles Marvin for petitioner.

Mr. Clarence B. Miller for respondent. Texas COMPANY, Petitioner, v. HOGARTH

November 15, 1920. Granted. SHIPPING CORPORATION, LIMITED, Owner, etc., et al. [No. 555.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the JAMES J. RAFFERTY, Collector of InterUnited States Circuit Court of Appeals nal Revenue for the Philippine Isfor the Second Circuit.

lands, Petitioner, v. COMPAÑIA GENSee same case below, C. C. A. —,

TABACOS FILIPINAS. 267 Fed. 1023.

(No. 548.] Mr. John W. Griffin for petitioner. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to Mr. John M. Woolsey for respondents. the Supreme Court of the Philippine IsOctober 25, 1920. Granted.

lands.

Mr. Charles Marvin for petitioner.
Mr. Clarence B. Miller for respondent.

November 15, 1920. Granted.
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY

COMPANY, Petitioner, v. C. C. WHIT-
NACK PRODUCE COMPANY. [No. 570.] JAMES J. RAFFERTY, Collector of Inter-

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the nal Revenue for the Philippine IsSupreme Court of the State of Nebraska. lands, Petitioner, v. VISAYAN REFIN

See same case below, 104 Neb. 587, ING COMPANY. [No. 553.) 178 N. W. 177.

Petition for a [627] Writ of CertioMessrs. Wymer Dressler and Thomas rari to the Supreme Court of the PhilipP. Littlepage for petitioner.

pine Islands. No appearance for respondent.

Mr. Charles Marvin for petitioner. October 25, 1920. Granted.

Mr. Clarence B. Miller for respondent.
November 15, 1920. Granted.

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FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF AIKEN, PetiELLIOTT FREDERICK, Trustee, etc., v. tioner, V. J. L. MOTT IRON WORKS. FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE

(No. 594.7 COMPANY PHILADELPHIA. [No.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to 547.]

the Supreme Court of the State of South Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Carolina. Superior Court of the State of Pennsyl- See same case below, S. C. 103 vania.

S. E. 783. Mr. Lowrie C. Barton for petitioner. Mr. William S. Nelson for petitioner. No appearance for respondent.

Mr. D. S. Henderson for respondent. (626) October 25, 1920. Granted. November 22, 1920. Granted.

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Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the JAMES F. BISHOP, Administrator, etc., Pe. Supreme Court of the State of Pennsyl- titioner, v. FREDERICK A. DELANO et al., vania.

Receivers of the Wabash Railroad ComSee same case below, 266 Pa. 566, 109 pany. (No. 404.] Atl. 700.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Mr. Henry A. Knapp for petitioner. United States Circuit Court of Appeals Mr. Chester A. Garratt for respondent. for the Seventh Circuit. October 11, 1920. Denied.

See same case below, C. C. A. 265 Fed. 263.

Mr. Fred W. Bentley for petitioner.

Messrs. Frederic D. McKenney and SPEED MANKIN, Petitioner, v. JAMES William Sherman Hay for respondents.

Denied.
BARTLEY. [No. 385.]

October 11, 1920.
Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the
United States Circuit Court of Appeals
for the Fourth Circuit.
See same case below, C. C. A.

S. NAKANO, Petitioner, v. UNITED STATES 266 Fed. 466. Mr. S. H. Sutherland for petitioner.

OF AMERICA. [No. 411.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the No appearance for respondent.

United States Circuit Court of Appeals October 11, 1920. Denied.

for the Ninth Circuit.
See same case below,

C. C. A. 262 Fed. 761.

Messrs. Marshall B. Woodworth and SPEED MANKIN, Petitioner, v. G. C. San. Charles R. Pierce for petitioner. DERS. [No. 386.)

The Solicitor General and Assistant AtPetition for a Writ of Certiorari to the torney General Stewart for respondent. United States Circuit Court of Appeals October 11, 1920. Denied. for the Fourth Circuit.

See same case below, C. C. A. 266 Fed. 466.

Mr. S. H. Sutherland for petitioner.
No appearance for respondent.

Louis SINGER, Doing Business as L. SinOctober 11, 1920. Denied.

ger Produce Company, Petitioner, v. AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY, [No. 414.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the [632] Newlin HAINES COMPANY, Peti- Kansas City Court of Appeals of the

State of Missouri. tioner, v. EDWARD E. GROSSCUP, Trustee, etc. [No. 390.)

See same case below, 203 Mo. App.

158, 219 S. W. 662. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

Mr. Albert S. Marley for petitioner. United States Circuit Court of Appeals

Mr. Cyrus Crane for respondent. for the Third Circuit. Mr. Edward L. Katzenbach for peti

(633) October 11, 1920. Denied. tioner.

Messrs. Nathan Bilder and David H.
Bilder for respondent.
October 11, 1920. Denied.

BENJAMIN C. ALLEN, on Behalf of Him

self, etc., Petitioner, v. PHILADELPHIA COMPANY et al. [No. 415.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the KANSAS CITY MOTION PICTURE MACHINE

United States Circuit Court of Appeals OPERATORS, LOCAL No. 170, et al., Plain

for the Third Circuit. tiffs in Error, v. John E. IIUGHES et al., etc. (No. 403.]

See same case below, C. C. A. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari here- 265 Fed. 817. in.

Messrs. George Wharton Pepper, See same case below, 282 Mo. 304, 221 Thomas Patterson, Robert Woods Sutton, S. W. 95.

and H. F. Stambaugh for petitioner. Messrs. William J. Hughes and Joseph Messrs. Edwin W. Smith and George W. Folk for plaintiffs in error.

B. Gordon for respondents. October 11, 1920. Denied.

October 11, 1920. Denied.

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