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To SIT EN BANO.
All the Circuit Judges Qualified Call
ed In To Settle Adams
The famous R. A. Adams murder
case of Colleton county, after a three
years' course in the courts, has re
sulted in the ordering together of the
highest court that an American state
may have-the supreme court en
Today this order issued:
The State of South Carolina: In
the supreme court, April terni, 1900,
ninth circuit, Colleton county:
"'he State vs. R. A. Adams.
It is ordered that the members
of the supreIe court and all the
judges of tle circuit courts of this
state except such circuit judges who
tried the case, shall meet together in
the city of Columbia in the supreme
court room to pass upon the questions
involved in the motion for a new trial
the above stated case, on Friday the
28th day of September, 1906, at 10
o'colck in the morning. Let the clerk
of this court notify the parties to the
suit and their attorneys of this or
Y. J. Pope,
(Attest.) Chief Justice.
U. R. Brooks,
September 21, 1906.
Something over three years ago, R.
A Adams shot and killed a man nam
or Jacques in Colleton county. He
was indicted for murder and on hiq
trial was convicted, the strongest evi
dence against him being given by a
young woman who was his niece. He
secured a new trial and this time the
young woman testified in her uncle'.
favor, declaring she had testified tc
the contrary before under duress. The
case came up to the supreme court or
points of law, and that tribunal being
unable to agree, one of the justices
under the right given him by the lam
in such eases provided, called for
sitting of the court en bane to heal
the case. The order above quoted wai
Sitting of the court en bane ar<
not very frequent, only four or fiv(
having been held since they were pro
vided for in the constitution, adopt
ed in 1895. The tribunal is likely t<
consist of about eleven judges-thi
four justices of the supreme cour1
and seven circuit judges. Two of thE
circuit judges are disqualified and an
other will probably have to he elimin
ated in order that the court shall nol
consist of an even number. Tb
method of eliminating a circuit judg4
in order to reduce the number to at
odd one is simple. Col. U. R. Brooks
the clerk, will put into a hat as mani
slips as there are circuit pudges avail
able. On all but one will be markei
the word "qualified," the single ex
ception, of course, being marked "dis
qualified.'' The judge drawing the
disqualifying slip is eliminated.
Eminent counsel is engaged on th<
case and some of the points involved
are fine and interesting, so that th<
hearing is apt to be decidedly inter
esting to people of legal mind.
" The Sulton of Sulu."
Which will be presen ted at the (City
Opera Ho~use Thui irsday, Sep)tember *)
is thle most preteniou T)1 lhea trical a I
tract.ion that has everi visited Newber
ry We ar-e promised the origina
p)rodu1ction~ in its entirety wvhich do
lighted New Yorkers at Wallock':
Theatre for six months and enjoyed
similar period of prosperity at Th
StudIbaker Theatre, Chicago. The Wil
mington, N. C., Messenger. of recen
G'eorge Ade's musical comedy
"The Sultan of Sulu, '' which ha
en,joyed long runs in many cities, wa
presented at the Academy of Musi
last night for the first time in thii:
city. Thec reception given the musiea
play b)y the ! .re audience present
like all of the Ade prodluctionis witl
thme local clientele of stage amuse
ments, wvas wvarm and hearty, with
scarcely a breathing spell bjetween th<
laughs. Although one of Mr. Ade'
first attempts, this comedy is niote<
for that keen satire which is so char
aeterist ic of the author's writings.
Tihe theme of the story upon which
this tuneful production has been con
structed is the acquisition of the Is
!audc of Suilu. The .Majesty of the
island objects, bunt whlen given a cock
tail lie learns (lint it follows the flag
A quartette of school tece' fint
their way to the island and endeavoi
to teach the natives of their unjusi
subjugation. The Sultan, struck by
their fancy, proposes, and the state o:
polygamy that follows would be terri
fying to the devout hipper. Bi
his peace is not to contino becaust
p)olygamiy is sublsequenlly - ' i
amid the Sulte.n I- compelledl t..
alimony larger' th)an b' income. 11<
learns 'i the gray ' the morn
ing naf.ar rh&i there - ~ien in a drint
thlan a cherry. 4
The company has individual as well 6
as collective strength, and the humor
ous characterization of the Sultan by
Albert Sykes was especially pelever.
Other prominent features of the cast
were F. P. McCarthy as the secretary; 6
Henrietta Buddy . as the Colonel's
daughter, and 'last but not least, was
Stella Martin, whose suitability to
the parts and her mannerisms worb
most pleasing. The music of the play 6
is catchy and tuneful and quite a
The capable chorus, which iyaS coM
posed of a buhim of girls in silken
tights, whose beauty and vivacity 4
made thein nico enough to steal away, .
added greatly to the brilliancy and
charm of a high class porforlIaice.
The opera was well staged as to de
tail, and the scenic surroundings were
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