Judge Williamson, of Texas, was on 6 presiding in Fit. Augustine County, wh«f. a great buhv. named Thompson, al> tenijpteu to intimidate Him. Thomjisoa. having incie-'jrJ In “par-king a jury " .t«* suit his pv , -c-, turned his attention ' U the Court, and remarked, “If Your Honoi nlsase, here is tnc law which governs this ca hi," at the same time drawing a be»I? knife of unusual size, and laying it «cr»«*: on open book before him. rorowarnod—forearmed, was Judge TViUtMiMoa—-and drawing from beneath his hunting shirt not a Colt, bat a horso pistol, s«sd “ This is the Constitution and is para nioorA to tile 1a.1v.” Mr TllOrtipßOt acquiesced in the judgment of the Cours and the case proceeded without any fus thor interruption.
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Star, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914
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