[continuation of newspaper clipping:] "ber this while I am here. The court is required to hold its sessions in public, and I respectfully request that no member of the bar shall in my private office or any other place except in the court room or in the presence of the opposing counsel speak to me at any time upon any matter connected with the litigation in this court. It will be my endeavor to be in court publicly every day and give counsel every opportunity for a full hearing of any cause pending be- fore the court, and the court earnest- ly requests that no member of the bar will presume upon his good nature by trying to engage him in private conversation in relation to any matter pending before the court. "The clerk is endeavoring to pre- pare a calendar showing the condi- tion and character of every case pending before the court, and each member of the bar is requested to prepare a list of all the cases in which he is interested, and opposite each case whether it is to be tried by the court or a jury, and whether it is at issue, and hand the list to the Clerk of the Court as early as possi- ble. If attorneys will do this it will be of very great assistance to the clerk and to the court in the prepar- ation of the calendar and will tend to expedite the business of the court very materially." Court was thereupon regularly convened and proceeded to the hearing of several applications for warrants for contempt against par- ties who have been accused of voi- lating injunctions heretofore issued by Judge Noyes. After hearing the attorneys in these cases court took a recess until 2 o'clock P.M."