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nvnsiNO nui.urriM", iioNouti.tt, t. ii. rniD.w. oct. 11, i jtio.
WILL BE BUSY
Session To Be Filled With
Cases of Much Public
STANDARD OIL AND
Charles L Hughes May Be
Named foi Chief Justice In
Place of fuller Tluee New
Men on Donch.
(Associated Kens Correspondence. )
WASHINGTON, t). C. Oct. . '
The Supremo Court of tlio United
States will convene next Jluiulay itt
noon for otic of tlio moat Impoitatit
tesslons In Its li story. During tlio
coming eight montlis It will have to
1 1:1 83 upon cases profoundly Involv
ing tlio linliiHtrliil mill business life
of the tuition, and till fact adds Im
portnurc to tlio pending changes In
the peisoniicl of the groat court oc-l
cisluiicd by the death or Chief Jim-J
the Kuller and io late Juttl u'
Ihcwer and the expected rctltcmout
of Associate Justice Moody. Gov
ernor Charles 10. Hughes of Now
York lias hecti lotillrtued In thepl.icu
of Justice llrcwer, and there ap
pears excellent leasou to expect that
lin will ho n. lined In phue of the
chief Justice, although Avtnrliitc Jus
tice Harlan, the Editor survlvliiK
lncmhor of the court, has been much
rpnlccn of for promotion to the chlef
Jitstlccslilp. Inj nny event, lii'lud-'
Ing .Iimtl c Hughes, tlicto will be
three new men on this bench during
tho coming session.
President Taft has said lh.it he
will make no recess appointments to
the court. This mentis that the.
chief-Justiceship and the place of
.lullre Mood) piiih.ilily uill remain
uiiitit until Hie regular session of
t'oiigrcss begins In December.
Three Qteat Cases Up.
It nlw litems tttidntib(cdty tli:it tlio
thioo great corporation cases' upon
which the expectimcyi of tho husl-
Hem win hi Is centctcd will not cuina
tip for ic nigumciit tit least until
arte the ChrlFttims le ess of the
mutt. Of these rases, two, tho
Standard Oil fate and tho so-called
.Tobacco Trust case, will bo set for
.lanuan 3. The series of corpora
tion tax cases were ineicly restored
to the rnleiidar for re argument. In
oidlnari ilrtiiuihtauecs, this would
throw them over for a je-ir or more.
i The general expectation Is that nono
of the three caves will be taken up
until all the vacancies In tho court
have been lilted, and that then tlio
' iiirior.it Inn tax cases will bo nd
I Mimed, mid with tho oilier two cases
I meiit Inticd, will bo set for dates roll
niiii'1) early In 1911.
I Aside rrout these celebrated causes,
a ttcmgudoii amount of work
'nwalls tho unit t at tho beginning of
its tension. Itpwnrdi of forty eases,
man; of largo Importance, havo.'.hccu
assigned for argument next Tues
ilft), or in soon thereafter in possi
ble. Ordinal ll.vt. each Justice deliv
ers about thirty opinions during a
vear: hence If one member were to
undnitakc to cover all of next Tues
day's docket, ho would not bo
through with It until far Into ID 12.
First Dav for Ceremony.
Unliiokcn custom reserves the first
dav, Monday, theorctlc.illv at least,
lo pivlng tho respects of the court
to the Picsldcnt of tho United Stntcci.
Ileforc the time of Cleveland, It Is
said, tlio court had practically never
failed to adjourn Immediately upon
convening on the second Mnmlnv In
October, lo pi In u body lo the While
House. Once or twice Cleveland was
away fiom the eltv. and Itooscvelt
even moro frequently. Nevertheless,
the call or the docket of cases to ho
argued has never been taken up on
the opening dav. Kven If the Pres
ident Is not In town, tho court ad
journs, after receiving motions, until
the following tiny. This year. Presi
dent Tail will be itt llovcrly; tho fact
will be announced by .lust I o Harlan,
plesldlng, and tho court will adjourn.
Uirgol) on account of there not ho- lean l-'cdointlon of Labor. . H.imiicl
lug u full bench last lertn. iiialiy Im- Gompers, president of the federa
oitaiit cases were set for argument, Is under seulenie lo servo tw
out of their turn, for Tucbdaj. Tho months In Jail; John Mitchell, for
continuing vacancies ma) muse, tho mcrly president of tho United Mine
ftttthcr postponement of sevcralj ot Vorkers, nine niiiinhs; and Prank
tlieili!" Tho death Of Sollcltor-Gcn? Morrison, rccietar of tho fediiru
prill llowcrs may also result In (lie Hon, six months, all rr alleged con-
liostiMitienicnt or u number of govern- tempt of the Sitpicmo Cotitt of tlio
I District of Columbia. In that the)
S J. PATTERSON
Big- Virginia Catc On. ' disregarded the liijnnnloii to ccaso
Tho tlrsl big case id for argument Interfering with tile busliiers of tho
Is the dispute between the Slato of lltt'cK's Stove H Itaiigc Co. or St.
West Virginia and the Common- I.onls. which had brought suit
wealth of Virginia as lo tho amount1 tinginut them lo prevent them from
of moiie.i the former owes tho latter, bo cut I lug It. All the points In tho
by reason or the formation of scpa- couttoverrv itt o to he Inld before tho
tine governments. Charles K, Utile-! court Mr Una I decision.
Held, spo Inl muster of the court, last A ca80 vtvK the eonslltutloti
sprlng lepottrd that tho amount n)lv ()f ,,,,, cuiiroriil.i law of ISOfi.
varied f i om about 3,OUO,ni)0 to irolillnK Tur tlic ntilctlui; of title- tc'i
nbout ID.ono.lHio, according to tho rcal c,ntc , t.0 r t10 ,s ()r ,0.
basis that might bo accepted for a st rur-t Iciti ot public to ords, ns by
fcettlement. Some of the most Iro.' carthiiuako. will be hi'-inl. m cording
portatit lawjerB In tho country will ... ... m,i11,i1i,. carli In tlio
nppear before the court to ntgito on (crm
exceptions to the report, which will) ", r,)secutIons under
bo preparatory to Html Judgment In',.. ' ' . h ' ..' ,.,,.,
rilll'llll I il 19 Wil iUMl 1'llh lt ""ill
llamakuapoko Postmaster Is
Cleared of Forgery By
J. P.itlerhon, nislstant pu'itiuaslor at'
llamakuapoko, wai jeLcrdjy after-
moil completely coii"iatcd of tho
chiigo of foigery by Iho I'odornl
Gland Jury. The case has been pond
lug since early In August, when l'.it
letsoti wnH licensed or having rr.iinlu
lenity cashed a check for $28.70. Two
Porlugutho, Joo G.frcl.i and Autone
Lopez, were mixed ti j In tho case,
the check Irlng sent originally lo tho
wiong Joe Garcia.
Patterhou's assertion that tlp wholo
preparatory to mini judgment
tho case. I
Immediately following tho Virgin
ia case, tho court will hear tho fa-j appeal of the gmerimient from tho l'orltmueso. who wetu also called ho
mous iieonage cases from l'lorlda.' ...... . ,,. . -oik lVdcrul r"ro ",u 0rilII' -'uiy, gave (cstltiiony
Only the favotnble nctloti of the Su- -,,,. m lai,in iim indict-1 "nit boro out his claims, and In fact
preme vuuii. u is sum,
savo several men from gulp
lViler.il penitentiary for
lutions of tho laws against compiil- VmU ,,.,.. ', ...,. ,, .. rc,.- w '" "end a wiroloM mcisago In
... ..,, rf..
at tho bead of the calendar fur the' """"lo "' "" to mlstitulcrstaiidliig
coming term. Among these are tho w 1'ioved ycslcrd.iy when Iho two
n or the HU- fauna in setting aside the liitllrt-l """ "l,r0 "w "IB claims, ami 111 met
I, cut now(Incnt .),, P .UK,ti ilcliize on. ' wa, ,l"-"lr tfslluiony that accjulllcd
Kiilug lo tho .,,, ()f ,lU,Ml , ,errnu.l the J""; IIu wn" "i1hw1 Into In tho
alleged vlo-, Merci,nt,e Nllti0al Hank of New .' . '"" "' r'hl'' n' ncla
sorj-'Vervlce. W. S. Harlan, general llonl UlP"llm)Pal r le vcrnlncn ". P- lnl.lln n Ma R.Wwln.hBV.
manager of tho slnckson Lumber tnmunla ,, f the Indict- "'t . I , m "H '
CompaiM. with big mills near I.ook-inic , ,.,., (i0()rKP Klfsel a NewL 1,lot ' ' l,c"""' ,ri", ''""Wlit out a
hart. Ala., has been sentenced ' YS S , X." S l?m'kl' loslliuonlal rrotn l,l
sene eighteen m.iti.hs at hnrd labor' "tli.J mi " .''Z " ot !m! !" l"'"nK ,.0',.ura
In the I eueral penitentiary at ai- tllb p,,.,..,!.) ,.ti, 'the American
lino; Ilrineil tiaiiaglier, logging su-' ,..,., iinl.illnii or the Slier-
ii.iiin cin iiml I., i. iv ti fine or r. - ., y. . . . . . . . lug ineir neiiii ill ins innoceiico. rat-
laiita. Cili., anil lo ji.iy a line oi i',- Umrar Piitiiirinv tn restratti luterstata . , . ,,
.... .....' . ..... ... i D"Mr v.ouiMii in iiHi.1111 mitiBiaiu let son s rninloved lis bookieener mid
perlnteiidetit. to llfteen months nttil nntUrlkt ,1(t liv eventing tho c,i ly and wdll it
a nne ot $1000; C. C. Hilton and S. ,,,,, SllKllr Ucllnlng Com- n ."tiot,
13. Hitgglns, cmplojes. to thirteen ,,.. fr()m ,,, iIltHiIlc.8K ; and sev-l ' .
it. i .. ft.. ..v (innn ill fm . . . '
lelurn at once to
mimtjis and a lino of $1000 all foricrn C!lfcs m.,vi11R
liavillg C011Mpireu III imiiiihi .iiu ...
fetlSO ktiiiwu us peoiiag". 1 ho tie
cttsed me seeking to be released on
writs ot habeas corpus the claim
being that the sonteti e tn hard la
bor was Illegal, that the trial court
hud no Jurisdiction and that tho
grand Jury, was not constituted ac
cording to law.
Liability Law to Be Discussed.
Scared or less Intcrc-t In tlio
labor world will bo tho cases Involv.
piovecutlons onuiMAR SFFKS P.nMTRfll
under the pure food and drug act., Qp -...., ompVARnS
The last or the advanced cases Is
the Bo-caljed Woild libel suit. Tho
government has appealed to the Su.
prcmo Coin t from the action of tho
New York IVilcrnl Cotut In cptush
Ing tho Indictment "ngalnst the Pioss
Publishing Co.. publisher of tho Now
York World, on a charge of libel. II
was alleged that articles were print
ed defaming William II. T.ift. Wil
liam Nelson Cromwell. Douglas Hob
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
1. IV,. 2 AND 3 TONS
A HI3.MOVAIII.K l'OWKIt PLANT; Hardened Steel IUTSHINGS In
every working pari; II.MKHGICNCY CONDENSING CIIAMIIKII; POSI
TIVE MI3CIIANICAI. Oiling System.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO.. Agents
rhonc 21G0 875 South S.rcct, Near Kind
I'IIIIAni3UMIIA, Sept. 29. Ch'as.
M. Schwab in trying tn purcliaso
clock of the William Cramp & Sons
ship and ctiglno building company
through a New York Mini of law
jeis. At a meeting of tho direc
tors of tho Cramp company at tlio
boitrbo this afternoon one ot the
leading linkers verified this state
ment. Schwab not long ago gut control
law- was passed by Congress to take, ... ,. mlrcinpu 0r u,0 Panama f U" Harlem mill Hollliigswortli
tho place or tho act nullified by UiO Calm i shipbuilding concern In Wlltuliigtou,
Supreme Court liecnuso It implied to( , . I Del.
Intrastate cnnimcrco as wejl ns to In- Tho body of Albeit Weghorat, who j It Is understood that Schwab
terstatc. The present law has been w,,ut , j)bi.0 recently fiom Indian-j needs the plant to build tho Chinese
attacked along the satno lines, npolls, was found In u Meld near Nn-' war kioadnin Tor wlil.-n he 's .t.ild
Of even greater Interest Is the ((), cIkIiI miles soulh of lllslire, adding t ,:uo contracted,
case Involving tho contempt proceed- anotlier to the numerous crimes In .
Ings ngalnst tho ofll lals of tho Aluer- Cochise country. Weekly Itiillelln (1 per jcar.
Whitney & Marsh
I I IK 111 .ii"ll liwiiniiii, imthmf
Invn.i Tlieodnre Iten.evelt. Charles
plovers' liability law of 1908. This,, T((ft ., 0jlllKi t0nnectlnn
Regular values up to 20c
yard, reduced to
$1.00 Suits, reduced to 75c
$1.25 Suits, 95c
$1.35 Suits, $1.00
$1.75 Suits, $1.35
Sizes 1 1-2 to 10 years
GREAT RETIRING SALE
CLOSING OUT OUR
Notion, Dry Goods, Domestic,
and Millinery Departments
Having Leased that portion of the building to other parties the Stock
MUST BE CLOSED OUT AT ONCE
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-V J'i':.!" ,'--v-v.,.V.s iN
Sale begins Saturday Morning, Oct. 15; at 8.30
L. B. KERR Bl CO
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