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31 to black- 1 I Preven- .1 y! mar- j al- I ' 1 ; ' t j . i j j i I j t i Company representa It waa ne of the creditor of the defendants and sks tha petition of the defendants for bank-allege ruptcy should not be granted, further el-July leglng defendants, destroyed books of ac-Wurlltaer count to keep from creditors Information re'allv to Urge sums of money drawn out 'if lite business by members of the defendant firm. It Is alleged that one ! of the defendants so admitted at a hear-righted ; In before Referee In Bankruptcy Chsrles T. Oreve. ' a . riJTTED STATES COTJETS. United State District Judge John E. Sater In adjourning .Court yesterday eve. nlng Indicated he would grant the tem-pontry Injunction sought hy the Nllca- Bement-Pond Company. Hamilton. Ohio, against officers and members of Locals m and 283 of the Iron -Moulders' Union, Hamilton, but desired several day to consider th scope of the Injunction and also to consult authorities on the Isnue raised by the defense that hla Court had no Jurisdiction. After a'l the evidence had been sun. mltted. Judge Hater sold, there appeared to be abnormal conditions ezletlng In the City of Hamilton growing out of the strike at the Mies Tool Works, but the question waa against whom and ho many persons the Injunction should be granted Counael for the plaintiffs sucgeated the Injunction be made to Include both unions as they war kindred organlsatlona and officered by the aame men and thee ofti cera were men agnlnst whom th charges were being brous,hL contending also that unlona are responsible for th acta of their A-ny W. R. Rubin. Milwaukee, counsel for the defendants contended the entire membership should not be held accountable for the acta of a few and that the evidence waa Insufficient against ,r,e men named. He laid stress on th Uniony of Fay Ingalls, Secretary of the ' . rni.any. inai oniy on resoiu- tlon exleted whereby the Nile Tool Work adopted th plaintiff company aa lis salea aaanle and that as th Kite Tool Work la a domestic corporation Its .fa "-ure to carry out Government contracts lecame a local proposition. He emphasised aome men were director in both companies. Urgency of the plaintiff company filling Its Government order and giving preference over all other work under the national defense act waa plaved upon by plaintiff's atlnrneya throughout the hearing. According to wltneaaea for the plaintiffs the Nllea-Bement-Pond Company-had :i.i),mm worth of orders for making machinery to be used In the man- ufacture of war munitions for the United te Government, hut through the str ke of th 'ron moldere. now In Ita fourth month, haa been unable to do the work. Application was made yesterday by H K.i.h hnt vin. .tr. . uu furniture dealer, for the appointment of a temporary receiver for the buainesa, He previously filed a petition in bank- ruptcy. It was alleged ill property was likely to be disposed of or dissipated not to the benefit of the creditor. Nalah a "" uanmne were given as .rn su, or " ;..TU v',"""" ""T;-. iZ,-. . J .. .7. Z.ZL .,u.j 1 .-y, i.,t,llon in bankruptcy was filed bv 8. I,. Shaffer. Sidney. Ohio, grocer. Lia blllllea. H.4 let; secured claims, Krai; unsecured. ill.2t Wi, and asset. fl.HTM, Including lw atock In trade and ."A"J H'e Insurance. JSCCD c. n"nry, rpriiiK"riq, unio, wno waa adjudged a 'bankrupt Jury 7. asked nnal discharge from all debts, and a hearing on the application waa aet -for October 'JO at 10 a. sn. Application for leave tn file specifications In the bankruptcy case of Th Woods I.timber Company ef at. vs. The Rlemeler I -umber Company waa made yesterday by the Rukirk-Kutlcdge l.um- ber Company. The JJusklik-Rutlcdxe a-ravel I of

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 26 Sep 1917, Wed,
  3. Page 15

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