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an order from Judge McAvoy to show cause why Judge O'Dwyer's
order should not be vacated. This motion was denied by Judge Mc
Avoy, with $10 added costs, and examination set for July 5.
Neither Berkeley nor his brother appeared, and Judge Mc
Avoy ordered Berkeley to show cause why he should not be pun
ished for contempt.
Dr. Berkeley started mandamus proceedings against County
Clerk Schneider to show cause why he should not be forced to strike
off the judgment for $25 costs, and obtained from Supreme Court
Justice Goff an order to show cause before Justive Gavegan why all
proceedings should not be stayed, pending mandamus proceedings.
Justice Gavegan dismissed the motion, with still another $10 costs.
July 10 Judge McAvoy fined Berkeley $35 for contempt of
court, and ordered that if the fine was not paid in 10 days, the doc
tor be committed.
July 17 Justice Giegerich denied the mandamus proceedings,
the corporation counsel representing the county clerk with a brief.
July 25 Judge McAvoy signed committment papers, which were
given to the sheriff's office to serve. They have not been served yet.
The under sheriffs say they never can catch the doctor at home,
except in the evening, and it isn't right to arrest a man at night,
when he can't very well get bail.
Dagny has another job, and it looks as if she will have to get
along without the $12.45.
WHY HE WAS BLIND
The reporter who had accom
panied the special train to the
scene of the wreck hurried down
the embankment and found a
man who had one arm in a sling,
ja. bandage over one eye, his front
teeth gone and his nose knocked
four points to starboard, sitting
on a piece of the locomotive and
surveying the horrible ruin all
"Can you give me some partic
ulars of this accident?" asked the
reporter, taking out his notebook.
"I haven't heard of any acci
dent, young man," replied the
disfigured party, stiffly.
It's foolisH,perhaps, to add that
he was a director of therailroad
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"Well, if there isn't that pesky
rheumatism in my leg again !"
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