Mary Ives will, Scranton Truth, 28 June 1912, page 14

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Mary Ives will, Scranton Truth, 28 June 1912, page 14
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out of a greater, before. the last in seats rank at been and of delayed programme their was the mak those the their still of of a or national a begrimed begrimed they impartiality. full on the HON. JUDSON HARMON, Ohio Man Who Has Many Delegates Voting for Him for Presidential Candidate. a white pigeon, released hours before to add emphasis to the initial speech of the protracted session wWch placed Oscar W. Underwood, Alabama's candidate, candidate, in nomination, flew from where it had been hiding under a chair up against the window through which the rays of the sun were now streaming. The flutter of its wings as it .tried vainly to find an exit, broke in like a tattoo on the speech of the blind statesman from Oklahoma, Senator Gore. ARGUED MOTION TO END THE IVES WILL CONTEST Judge M. F. Sando, sitting in Orphans' Orphans' court, this morning, heard arguments arguments for and against the dismissal of the contest of the will of Mrs. Mary Ives, late of Ransom. Attorney William WhyteTHall, of Pittston, arguing on behalf of Frank Ives, a son of the testator, and who under the will is given the bulk of his mother's estate, declared that the pro. ceedings were irregular because yie contestants had failed to get service on all the heirs. ' - A. A. Vosburg and W. H. Roe took the other side. They were equally as emphatic in declaring that the proper move was taken and insisted that the contest should be threshed out to the end. The. court took the papers. .' If Judge Sando dismisses the motion made by Mr. Hall the hearing of testimony testimony will be resumed. i The contestants of the will are Mrs. Flora Gardner and Mrs. Alma Stan - bach, both of Pittston, and daughters of Mrs. Ives. They were each cut off in the will with small bequests. HEARS ARGUMENT IN THE MASUCCI CASE Judge C. B. Witmer this afternoon V, 3 A . . .... iicam argument - on tne petition, to show cause why the rule ordering the united States marshal to seize the stock of Masuccl Brothers, bankrupts, should not be vacated and the stock turned over to the merchants. Attorney C. H. Soper has petitioned petitioned court to have the stock turned over to Masucci's on the ground that the money, 14,000, was advanced to them to act as managers for friends. The creditors allege that, the money was turned over by "A. Matteo," who is none other than the wife oj one of the partners, and that the deposit in the bank was made only a short time before the bankruptcy proceed ings were begun. i - onie trouble was experienced by Kftferee Morgan S. Kaufman in get ting Mrs. 'Massucci to testify before him. . Judge Witmer will hand down a de' cis'on in a few days. SQUIRE MURRAY MAKES ANSWER TO MANDAMUS Attorney M. J. Murray, who puts in his spare time hotdimr down the nn. sitio - n of justice of the peace in Dun - more borough, made answer today to the mandamus proceedlnes startaw ht, H. D. Carey, representing: D. Savin A soon, a South Scranton ttrm. The latter want Murray to give them a copy of tne transcript of a recent action in which they figured as defendants In Murray's court. ' of

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