can- a SPIED. WITH SPEAKING TUBE. Mrs. E. S. Anderson, Seeking, a Di vorce, Names rjjs. Stenographer. In an application for. alimony and counsel fees made to Justice Kelly 'in th Supreme Court. -Brooklyn, -Brooklyn, yester day, by Mrs. Edward 8. Anderson, pending the trial of & divorce suit against her husband, tno plaintiff turtiea MUs Marlon D. Smith, formerly a stenographer in Anderson's real estate estate offlc at 142 Norman Avenue, as co-respondent. co-respondent. co-respondent. Steps for the divorce action were taken by Mrs. Anderson after she found her husband and his stenographer in his offi'-e offi'-e offi'-e one night In October. iJlJ. Anderson hud his offlc In his home at thht time, nnd a speaking uih sytem i nt lulled through, the house aided Mrs. Anderson In keeping watch on her husband. husband. " in her affidavit. Mrs. Anderson al-leses al-leses al-leses that she overheard her husband. throush tie speaking tube, arrange an appointment with his stenographer at his office. Mrs. Anderson says she and her son by a former marriage, Mark W. llald, went out to a moving-picture moving-picture moving-picture theatre that evening. They re-turneU re-turneU re-turneU unexpectedly, and both state In affidavits that they found Anderson ami his stenographer in his office. Anderson and Miss Hmlth deny the charges made by Mrs. Anderson. He averts that the divorce suit Is the re-Bult re-Bult re-Bult of a conspiracy between his wife and others to injure his reputatlon'and discredit Miss Smith- Smith- He opposed, his wtte's application for alimony I and counsel fees, asserting that slic had a considerable Income. She auued Justice) Justice) Kelly for s:i a week alimony and ,-sj ,-sj ,-sj roiutsel fees. Dciklon. was reserved. reserved.