Clipped From The Scranton Republican
. LIBEL CASE HAS BEEN ADJUSTED OUT OF COURT Statement Printed By Scran - I tonian ConCSmill! MrS. Heil'S I - J Case J i . Scrantonian vesterday printed foliowin concerning the libel case ' . 1IcrmBlna ell and ', Mayor A. T. Connell against the ocraiuonian ruuntmuK "" The suits for libel brought by Afrs. Hermina. Heil and Mayor A. T. Connell Connell against the Scrantonian Pub!'. - thing thing thing company have been adjusted bv agreement of the parties concerrcd. The suits were brought as a result of an article printed in the Scrantonian on Sunday, Jan. 13. 19IS. In this article reference) - , were made to the personal and social rclationji of Mayor Connell and Mrs. Heil. The article was written by Richard Little in his lifetime. The general effect of the article was to reflect upon the private life of Mayor Connell and Mrs. Heil. Considering the fact that the present management of the paper had nothing to do with the publication of the article, we are glad to state that after investigation we find the reflections on the private life of the mayor and Mrs. Heil were unwarranted unwarranted and regret that aspersion - ) were cast on their character in the article complained of in these suits. "The case of Mrs. Heil against the Scrantonian Publishing company was oalled for trial on last Monday morn - in - g, when the above facts were stated by the defendant to D. J. Reedy and F. E. Donnelly, coum;el for the plaintiff. plaintiff. When this situation was revealed it did not take long for the counsel for both sides to adjust their differ ences, and" the cases were accordingly uisposea oi. The cosbi of the care are paid by the Scrantonian.