j .Judge Regrets Caitiff Away With It 10.-The appellate court ha.s ruled there Ls no ]r;gal way to deal with a "cai- Georgfl W. Briston hand- Henry Factly. who was accused of playing pranks on his mother to get her to leave the house she deeded deeded him. Factly agreed to allow his mother to stay on the farm when she deeded deeded him the property in 1936. But later he changed his mind and sought way to make her leave. Among other things, he shut off the water, dug up his mother's flower garden, built an obstacle course in the front yard to make hf>r .stumble, and forced a bull to K;iifl HIP juriM: "Thpre u no remedy m the court of law to deal with .such -d caitiff." A caitiff, Webster aays, is a "ba.se, despicable person,"