: Postponed at noon because of Saturday Saturday afternoon being a court holiday, the case of John J. Elder va George itaxwell, an action to recover $100 damages, claimed to have been sustain- en by Elder's motorcycle in a collision ast March 22 with an automobile driven by Wm. Breen, driver for Maxwell Maxwell at that time, came before Justice Strong (Ms morning. Witnesses called called by T. B. Leeper, attorney for Elder, were Irvln Clover, Harry Hazeman, Lawrence DuFour, Wm. B>-eeu and the plaintiff. Attorney Reese Clark appeared for Maxwell. Elder sought to show that Breen lost control of his automobile by careless careless aud fast driving. The defendant attempted to prove that there was contributory contributory negligence on Elder's part. The case will be resumed Monday.