that divorce the Hoehm at C::23. e- j TTnTTTFTl STATES "COUHTS the l UMll&U BlAlfiSlUUtllS. - l . K.. alo.relln tney ( - -' " Jl J2j e-' cuii.ii ..V...-Uw.. ,vc..w tect a yoApg man from alleged maUciou. from September gross that than yesterday Nich restraining the supply than the .The ordinance supply-natural no sup because Its gas company's Public right excess states get entire the to be ordinance entitled districts states and of restraining its - ' suit which The Voight, action. admitting the . s suit Pretl, Prell, of alimony prosecution In an attempt to secure his Indictment on the charge of forgery. The case grows . out of the bankruptcy proceed" lngs Instituted nearly two years ago against Eberle- D. Smith: bankrupt manufacturer and banker, ot Blanchester. Ohio. Shortly after Smith was forced Into bankruptcy an Indictment was secured here, charging him with embezzling a letter addressed to the Blanchester Manufacturing Company, and retaining a check that it contained, when he was no longer .Identified with the concern. He was brought back from Colorado to stand trial, but was acquitted. It la bis son. 8. R. Smltn, a .young man of about 30 years, who asks (he Court to protect htm from the same man .who prosecuted his father. Smith. Jr.. was" the Secretary of the manufacturing 'company, "but after his j father's business interests failed he went to Columbus. Ohio, where he secured remunerative employment in the office of a big f uc-tory. Shortly afterward, it developed at the hearing yesterday, he was arrested and tak en to Blanchester on the charge ot forgery, but secured an acquittal-. His new employers, believing- In his Innocence, offered -to help fight his case.. Now It is said-that ef-ferts are-being made to renew the prosecution by securing . an Indictment against young Smith. -' ' ' v The trouble arises out of a note for S3.nnA. dated November 24; 1905. and signed .by the Blanchester Manufacturing Company. H, L. Day as President ; S. R. Smith s Secretary : H. L, Day. 8. R. Smith, L. M. Riley and George Irvin. It' develops that all except Irvin has paid his pro rata on the note. 11 seems, according to statements, made yesterday, that the manufacturing company, being In hard straits, made out the note to the Blanchester bank .of which E. B. Smith was the head, but the funds could not be secured there on account of. Insolvency. The note was made payable tn four month Warren, 6hio, Attorney D. for defendant ine case or Morris submitted. Arguments torney J. R plaintiff In sylvania ministratrix;, morning. The following aumitteo to city; Thomas S. Murray, Manchester, and W.' A. ax. jl, f oran, Reoeirer Receiver Railroad, cuit Cqurt shows the operating ceipts. 147 iu. fjfifl 4H. -1 Marshal Be-theeda a serious appeared at Ieellng greatly , , And Car A number who were Cllffon car" refused to do so by Mlddleton pelled the Thereupon. Bmith. Jr.. took the note to a their who offered aouarea At about doctor In his home town, loan the sum. -provided that the time was , extended to one year. This, tt seems, was agreed to by those Interested. . and Smith changed the note by substituting tbe words "one year for "four months,'' snd crossing out the name of the manufacturing compa ny and replacing It. with the. name of the physician. Now because of these changes efforts are to be made to Indict him for forgery. It was shown ot the hearing yesterday that efforts were Joeing made to secure the note from the bankruptcy referee for the purpose- of asresenttng It to a brand Juryl Judge Thorn peon thereupon made Im order directing that the note be placed in the custody of Clerk Dilley until tbe final termination of-the bankruptcy proceedings, and then tbe Court, will order it to be siirren-dered.to such parties as.it deems proper. , . ' jsUsbranded Coffee ReJessed. ' ing, tbe cars or lest ume this point. refused to Of ihd CtlrUMa orsanlxatlon :v t ""The anniml University rooms of and Broadway. for fire -rears, office, win .second Thursday P.