IuORTENSEN TRIAL SET. cgin May fith Before Judge Moiec. (Sundiy s oaiij ) r Mnrtenien, tho alleged slayer nea n. Hay, was In coua again lay. He was there for tho pur-f pur-f having the tlmo fixed when he e pi oil upon trial for lili life a Jury Moitensen did not have iking part esterdny, however, s the puhllo generally was not " that ho was to appeal, there probably less than a Inlf dozen iters piesent, who were there for "lo purpose of taking a look ot miser, Mortenscn walked fiom 'unty Jail to tho Joint building, In my with Deputy Sheriffs Itnlelgh 1isby, and upon reaching tho -nom, sat beside his attorney, rd fetewart, during the pioceed-which pioceed-which were before Judge Moisn nitter of setting the cara wis ht to the attention of the rntiit "tilct Attorney Elchnor, who at. his Ilonoi of all proceedings had " eiso to date, Inclusive of the fer to him by Judge Stew ait. Mr lfr thn moved that the case be 'r trial on .Monday, May 5, luo.' Mi Mortenscn hero," Judge ' then asked '. ho Is piesent," replied Mr 'or, turning to Mortensen and his iy. e date suggested Is satisfactory Mr. Stewart added, and tho eourt then asked how much tlmo the case would probahl) consume Mr. Elchnor looked at Mr Stewart, and Mr Stewart looked at Mr Elchnor. Elch-nor. "You say." suggested Stewart with a smile, and Mr Elchnor ventured ven-tured the suggestion that It would take four weeks to try the milter The mutt then consulted his calendar calen-dar briefly and imde the order setting the case for MRy 6th. Nonsuit for L. C. Mortenscn. In the 13000 damage suit of L C Mortensen s the Itlo Orande Western Rallwiy cempan. Judge Morse granted grant-ed a Judgment of nonsuit In favor of the defendant at the opening of lourt veeterday morning Mortenren waa run Into by an engine and the testimony testi-mony ndduced by the plaintiff convinced con-vinced the court that Mortenien s Injuries In-juries were ihe result of contributory negligence on his pari and tint the case should not go to the Jury.