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WANT STOCKS PLEDGEDTO BANKS Creditors of Carneron Came & Cos. Again Appear in Court —Would Pay Balance Due. In Jtills** Mandell'H court, Friday morning, when auoth’i feature ot the Cameron Currie & Cos. cus** was ou for a hearing, a scheme to pro rate the Indobteduesb of < ertuln owner* of stock now ni tli * handh of 10. ul Irinka, pay (lie amount due and get the at irk. wan mggest, 1 ami accepual by aouie of the hunks cud rejected by the others. The court room was crowded by attorneys, representing men owning iio* k. some of which, it la claimed, has been fully paid for and some only partially paid for Af ter the failure it was learned that thLs stock iiuil been hypothecated in the local banks to secure loans made by Cameron Currie A: Cos. The hearing was brought on a case started by Oris B Taylor, represent lit k a man named Fisher. Fisher pur chused stock valued at $15,000 In ri Currie & Cos., paying $9,000. .V>w .ie learns Ihut the slock is held by a bank as security Mr Taylor's c.:ei. Is willing to pay th« balance due to get the stock, but he linda that It was pledged for more than the amount b»* owes. It also came out that mu. h "i the atock was placed in various banks. \ making several claims against one , bloek ot stock. The People's s>tat • bank expressed a willingness to a cept a pio rata share of the amount due, but the Wayne County Savings bank would not agree to the sch**n;« claiming it would have it about short. Sonic? testimony was taken regard ing the location of certain stocks Clarence Hue! testified that in the spring of lyus he owned 50 shares of Copper Range stock, which hail been fully paid for and the account dosed. Contemplating a vacation of three months, he sal 1 he took the Etock certificate to the office of Cam cron Currie A: Cos. and deposited it with the firm to be held as security In case he would wish to draw against It while absent on his vacation He says he found it unno* c ssary to draw on the firm, and was surprised to learn on his return that the >toc k ha 1 been placed with the Wayne County Barings bank security for a T an. Moat of the* morning was take n up by P. 11. Mac pherson. accountant, iu identifying the schedule of stock and fixing values This tuought on a du* cussion as to the proper date on which to value the stock. It was final!.- agreed to value them or. July IS. U"'V the day of the failure. President Collins, of the Wayne County Savings bank, was examined, and testified that the loans made to Cameron Currie & C'o. were made with the* understanding that the stocks put up as security were owned by th ■■ firm. IT MAY BE SO, WE WONT SAY NO, BUT IT SOUNDS TO US. ETC. I Park Commissioner Hurlbut Has a Fish Story On Tap That Certainly Takes the Bun, Park Commissioner MjrrJe P Hurl but has a fith story. Listen to it “Wc have been ha\lng trouble with a drain near the Belle isle* aquarium." eays Hurlbut. "Director II J. Con way got a carp that had grown too big to keep In the tank any longer. To the carp's tail bo attached a string and then dropped the fish in the* well hole of the drain. Then he stirred the well-hole with a po!« until th<« tatp, seeking escape, made for the river through the drain. He* forced a way through but as h** came out he was caught by a man wPh a net. Conway then took the string and used It to pull a rope through. On th-.* end of the rope was a bundle of rags which cleaned the drain as it was pulled through. "We are going to keep That carp for use hereafter whenever we have trou ble” LA FOLLETTE RAPS PLAN TO TAX CORPORATIONS Assessment on Net Incomes Open to Objection Because It May Not Be Paid. MADISON. Wis, July 1’ United States Senator La Follette renew* las attack ou United States Senator Al drich In this weeks issue of La Fob lette'a Weekly. In an editorial under the caption "Take 1 Aldrlchlsm to the j-rimaries." La Follette says: "Remember that now is the* time t » begin to look after your United Sta'es senator no matter when his term ot office expires. The men you choc *** r, your next state legislature an- likely to bo re-elected and may detc imine the choice of your United States senator who will stand for progress against Aldrich or for Aldrich against prog ress ” Another editorial Is an attack on the corporation tux proposed by President Taft. It says: "Asa fiscal measure-, while n tax on the Incomes of corporations would b< a good thing, a tax on their net in comes la ope ti to the* objection that it Is one to which the corporations tnav pay or not as th*y choose. Net in come la a thing which a most pros perous corporation may not have a*, all •The avoidance of net Income-* ha* l already become an Importan* pnrt of ‘lieh finance, and if President Taf* < propoaal Is adopted It will !»• in essen tial part of th*- curriculum of every captain of industry" FAMOUS HOTEL BURNS Fifty Sleeping Patron* Routed from Lake Placid Hostelry. LAKH PLACID, N V . July 2—The great summer hotel, the RiiUacauaion?. was totally destroyed by fire which started In the tower of the hotel, spread with alarming rapidity and tin* 50 sleeping patrons had narrow es capes. So swiftly did the fire gau. headway that the stairs .ere nit off and many had to bo taken down on ladders. One bellboy was ho bad'y burned he will die None of th* have been n parted as Injured e building wa; completely • The loss las 1 fin,ooo The patrons lost all their belongings, many Mpcaping In their night clothing A Bt. Louis druggist prevents rus fUUiers from monopolizing hl« free tel#*, phono bv a switch In tfce wire, oper ated from behind his prescription •cun ter ■K, WE GAM SAVE YOU 3c TO 6c LB. ON ALL THE MEAT YOU BUY HERE MTTQS zzzrTV /s' DELICATESSEN All "’lt W!l V* al 10l P i, ~t \ ij w- 1 11. Mi l. II ud< l»**e<* \ I 'JI / IZ I V e Mil I .. ii." . * I’? ankf . 11»' ’ * \ 1,-111111 K mn-kiirSi S ,mm* i S.H*ao ** -*f » k H*>‘ **•• Him. luled lie* t »*!. kid. I *►' Jelly. Titfig ue 1-t. DETROITER CARRIES OFF FIRST HONORS AT YALE Karl Eugene Murchey Add* to the Laurels Won as Fresnman —Is Former Employe of Times, Knrl Eugene Murchev ».>ti *»f Mr. an.! Mrs David K M it* hey, of No. I»: 4 Ferry ave. wist Detroit, carried ..IT the highest honors of his class In Vale 'his June, the announcement be- ■L * ,■«* ■ tWSm sSEBEM—— -—JoSmBHEI K till I I i.UM: NIRCHBI ing made by President Hadley at the concluding exercises, Wednesday First honors, however, have becotnJ quite an ordinary event tn the life of Mr Murchej, as at tae close of his freshman year he won practically all of the prizes in his class The young man—he Is only 22—re ceived pract.adly all of his early ed ucation in the schools us Michigan. Al though he started his studies in Be loit, Wis., he was but a child wtua 'his family moved to Hudson. Mlv.i. (coming later to Detroit. \t th** ag* of 12 he graduated from tne Tild**n -u’hool, and from the Central high j school at 1C years. As he was not very strong, he stayed out of school for two years, and was employed as i ! district distributing ag‘tit by The Ti:i'.“B. He entered Yale at iv taking two years in law In connection with his academic course. Eventually he expects to take up the study of Uw as a profession. JUST APRIL FOOL JOKE Hubby "Makes Up" To Get House Back, Then Deserts Wife Again. The interesting details of an ‘ April fool” joke, played upon her by iter husband, were told, Friday, in Judge Hosmer's court, where Anna Riedle asked for and was granted a divorce from David Riedle. The Riedies were married in 1 H'j6 and lived together until li*o4. wht-u Mrs Riedle started suit for divorce. The < use was never hard and the parties made tip Another suit w.vj started by the wife in 190s, but it also was settled ou* of court when I the husband de* ded to his wife the .house and lot at No. 19 Mohawk-st. Shortly after this. David left his wife. | she testified, and went to live with ; All* * Smith, at No. >’* Williams uvi. Mrs. Riedle had her husband arrest ed <>n a serious « harge. but failed to appear against him. and tlie charge •vas dismissed. On April 1, 19u9. j Riedle returned to his wife, promised to he good and forget his other swe**t : heard if kb* wif* would return to him an inteiest in their home. This she olid, hut Dav id remained with her only 'one ni..*.it. she said, returning the n-xt lav to ttie Williams : \e house Mrs Riedle was granted a divorce and she will also get th** home per I man ni alimony FORTY YEARS A PRIEST Anniversary of Fr Savage's Ordma tion Observed Quietly. The Very Ri*\ Jaine. Sa’- age. ile-m of Mo*' Holy Trinity parish, o'«.-rv-1 th* fortieth ; nniversary «.f t.is ordina tion to th«* priesthood v*-r, quietly | Friday and without any demonstration on the part of li'** parishioners For it 2 years. Dean Savage has devoted himself to th** work ot Holy Trinity parish, and is Just lt a zealous and ea rn «'St .» work*-r as when he firs* t *ik ut> his duties th* re It was su ::* st* 1 that th*- anniversary be observed r. quite an elaborate manner by the members of his parish, but it ti.** priest's wi-h. this idea wa* abaudorc 1 land outside of congratulations and ‘he .like, th** day was quietly celebrated ANTI TETANIC SERUM FREE. Beard of Health Prepared for Fourin of July Accidents. The* board of health will supply, grntis. unli-tctanlc seium to anv p**t s m Injured by toy pistols. :*■*•**< ra< k er*. or other Fourth of July expm siv**s. Wounds c aused tiy th**ae .things should la well opened up, all* particu * ‘removed, not cauterized, and kept open l*y gauze packing nn«fnr«h-tm. l*rliiMti K V,. r t,*« <vnT no f**nfh*-r» T?i plain n***vt kind that l* ok» rla'.t rimra Printing c So IS Jn’in ft «| ni.nnn 1 4<M -ARTERS URt SicK headachl TiUfd ffsnuuie Dea^ a PILLS. f*C“Simile Signaturt THE DETROIT TIMES: SATURDAY. JULY 3, igog. I ouiparr Our l*r|t-«-M. VEAL • .o.'»l 11.u.l V rat It'* l ' 1 \ . nl Ik Vml «trul>, mol ( hiipa I***- uutl MU' Ulullrr*. fresh ,lr --. I. fi.-tn Mr to SI.AO piir l(.>M*lliiii 4 lilt-brua, per Hi .IM 1 I hl.-lo u>. fur at>w .Ik* (M i lUc vniit r till. Uunti Beef, S 44r* I Uw • Sold in m!| first . la<*» markets at l V U f.«l ZUC. I ICinrlr** Itlli lluu>l Itecf. S Cn in .1 10*1 V rr> Vliir*l I'ul It •**«»! Mrrl, <4 fX a* I uo I huln- vipulu* ll«-rf 7e «|irln« I Minh (ai-uulur 1 1 mini (red, I ilitd quarter* isoi f>>rcu)uart**ta i!t*- I.*-*, X mrllutf l.anit* I.V Kr»-*li Hr«»l loniiura . . I"«- c’alvr* Tniiti i»-i* ■a. h 10* Swa‘threw 1i« K« ,-f Ten«\* th i 11** I’ui k 1 TenJerloins t'sl* vt' Liver* ON THE 4th Just Kodak That's All The silent shots of July are the Safest. BLACK’S Kodakologists >l»«i»* ?! Illlti-rrni I iint-rni, SI to Il'iA. 156 WOODWARD AVE Developing and Printing. II uilnrM- like |*rlnftnu. No (inv and no feather* T!.e plain, neat kind that looks riKht Time* l*r|r,»ln« to.. No !S John R. - at. Thon# 1493. Carten-Sparling-English Cos. Going-Out-of-Business Sale Saturdav will be a great dav for shoppers at the Sparling Store. Specially attractive bargains in every department will enai-.e women t<» supplv their nee*l" for ‘‘The Fourth" at a big saving of monev. Hundreds ■ t new \\ Suits Skirt". Shii t Waists and Lingerie I)re>->es, the season s • >?*>. and most pi pular styles; Midsummer Millinerv, Glove and Hosiery and l nderwear. and Neckwear and belts, Bags and Jewe.ry Novelties— all at prices considerably lower than you would liave to pav anywhere ebe. See our window display' for suggestions <>i the unrivaled values m tns going-out-01-business sale. gill Sample Parasols at Half Price They're the newest style# In Women's Parasols— a sample line bought from one of the leadfnsr manufacturers at Just half price. Saturday we will place them on sale in four lots Regular $1.50 Parasols at 75c Regular $2.00 Parasols at SI.OO Regular $3.00 Parasols at $1 59 Regular $4 00 Parasols at $2 00 Only IL’o Parasol# at *ac h price, so the entire assortment ought to he in use on "The Fourth.' Navy blue, champagne, brown, cardinal. tan and green. wl*h hemstitched borders In self or contrasting colors All have long wood handle# to match. Half Price. Handsome New Shirt Waists 50c .-u;. to $1.50 Under Regular Value High neck. Dutch neck and Dutch < •>1 lar effects, trimmed with lace. iVV-^* Fw.ss embr-n '.cry or embroider* J ny hand and a variety of at) tea In [fl SI.OO, $1.50, $1.05, $2.50, for values that can't be dupMcatod for l*»s* than $1.50 to $5 00. rp - . _ . T fnge-te Waists, made of fines* } «■!«* Hntiste, front trimmed with three l his Lot at Just Half Price: roun of Haby Irish l*ace Yoke and collar finished with French heading. Fine tucks In klchm*. These Waists sere Intended to sell at $3 00 W e have only abon &u of them left to fl* Q SECOND FLOOR. offer Saturday at ' * Men’s Underwear and Hosiery White Goods Women’s Underwear and Hosiery Fine italbrtggan Shirt* i Mens fancy colored Mon’s fancy ''olored Plain white Indian Unon. r»*~. plain black Lisle stock Brilliant Oaiuo I.Ulc | ftlbhed Vasts. late and Drawers, ulwnys S<»\, mercerised, 2.f So*. good quality. ulur 20c grade. 4o Inches wi*»e, lugs. fine quality. Stockings, regular J trinuned. low nock, sol.l at 50c per g.* - value sale prho. worth 15c. s>’u e on. sale Sat nr worth 3f»c p**r pr.tr, kind. male prl< e. ; sleeveless, wor.h lUc merit, sale per r% I prl e. per Q ~ at per IO l A P OO n l ’* >r QQp special Satur 10 I « price ea.-h pair at I C pair .... 5/ (-/ >'*rd ■m'+ X* price v| pair wi7l ,lnv at lc?U Ca E„ e g th pa co s ‘ = 155=157 Woodward Avenue = Ca^ h p tr HOT WEATHER CLOTHING e are showing the newest and snappiest styles in Hot Weather and Outing CLOTHING, HATS and CLOTHING HATS WA ™f mTS Special Collar alta< bed at Straws in Split ami Milan Outing Suits in Uraids Styliah and rxrlutlx line of Very line' m.t.rl.U, K«\v» l, tue>. <CI SO $3 00 "'“ h Sa " ur V,ry p . , „ material* and eaaily laundered. NECKWEAR fine ,abr,fs - a * $2.00 $4.00 sn a;o no 50c" $15.00 Sl ss 00” $2.00 $4.00 "250'" $20.00 .« w... w you «o ,h,o> $2.50 $5.00 , JOHN D. MABLEY PERE MARQUETTE EXCURSION SUNDAY, JULY 4th Special train* will leave Union Station (Fort and Third) 7:30 A. M. 7:45 A. M. Island Lake $ 50 Holly SIOO Lansing 125 Flint 125 Grand Ledge 1.50 Saginaw 2.00 Grand Rapids 2.50 Bay City 200 Advance Sale at No. 7 West Fort St. Saturday, June 19th. Particulars No. 7 West Fort St. Phones Main and City 368 FOR BEST RESULTS ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES. Lingerie Dresses and Tub Suits The beauty of It it they're all NKW—not a garment In the Sale that Isn’t up to the very latest requirement of or reit fashion. And look at the price* you’d pay more else where for back-number styles or goods Just made to sell cheap. $5 Lingerie Dresses at $2.96 Made of fine Lingerie Cloth In Princess effect, and trim med with Embroidery and Val. Lace Skirt has deep flounce, finished with tucks and Insertion. White, light blue. pink. • hampagne and lavender. Regular 15.00 values, sale price 12.95. $lO Jumper Dresses at $6.95 Dutch ne<k effect, made of fine Rep. in lavender, wnlte, tan. pink, champagne and blue shades, piped to match and trimmed with straps and buttons Pretty, cool and service able. Regular $lO values; sale price 16.95. S2O Pure Linen Suits at $lO Beautiful high-* lass models, long, pointed Coats and panel Skirts Made of pure Linen, in cadet and light blue. *an. pink and lavender. Elaborately braided and trimmed with net Insertion Regular S2O values at $lO New Sash Pins Orron and r'>n** x >!•! Sa«ti Pin* n»w, dainty d*-*!*ni* r<-K ilar 25c ■‘tyl*** Sp.-i ia! Sat inlay at |n. choice fur ■ ”^ Carriage Bags Heal leather CarNa*** H«k< and Swaifiter Ham* fitted with pur***, M»sortfd olor* W \a!;»- Clip Special, Saturday . . aJ Pearl Buttons Assorted sizes in Pearl Button* Special Saturday to rlu.iv uut the lot, At, On Hose Supporters Front Pad Horn Supporters. a*snrt .• } color* 25 value *pe 4 clal Saturday at • Pain's Fireworks ( Oinplvlr llue lor <lm> uud r«ruluit «!l«pEit>. hull Mtortaral lu our baa*, mrul ilr|)»riarnt. h'IHKCH U'hKKI I but üb«.ol. TOHI’ICIJOIC*—Hent irudM UUI.(M»«-AII tlin. FI.AO*— 411 ml ««*». vr ••Itiiltlrr «m<»| Ibr hVruu," ■ briud Mn u««rll). JII’ANKIK I.AMUHNI. I4KI). WHITE A\U 111.1 K (Hh:rK »*\i*i:m. SPECIAL ASSORTMENT FOR EVENINC DISPLAY Ur iuukr up iprolal HMurlmruU of c*roln« Irmurli*. Tblu rn*ur#« ’»• rirf) anil ul*u ultra >ou much brtlrr * nlur for tour uiourj— 91, 1% W. i»u»l up MacauSey Bros., woodward Av . f Two Specials in Wash Goods Hundred* of bargains her** in Wash Good*. The entire stork of Carten-Sparling-Engllsh Cos is embraced In the Ciolng-out-of-Business Sale. But there two lines that we want to mention especially today. be< ause the values are really extraordinary— -150 Ptisse Crepe at 9a Per Yd. f’hoose from self-color, crlnkled-atrlpe effec ts, also light and tinted grounds, with contrasting polkadots, hair line and fancy stilpes. This Is a genuine 15c novelty Crepe at 9c per yard. 10c Dress Ginghams at 6!/ 2 « Per Yard Complete assortment of styles. Including checks, stripes, plaid* and plaid color*. Width 27 Inches. Regular luc value, now C‘*r per yard. At the same prl< e we offer I’rlnted Batistes, In an elegant line of patterns. 69c For New Ciean ♦ Corsets Genuine $1 Value Think of it—only <*>c for new, dean Corsets—juM from the factory. Cor sets that were made to. and should sell at $t It’s a lot a noted maker made specially for its They’re long hip models and come in Coutil and light, cool Batiste—choose whichever you prefer. Thev're nicely trimmed garments. Supporters attached. All sizes. W hite only. On >ale Satur day at 6qc. Fourth Floor. Ribbons 15c Worth up to 50c A clean-up of odd* and end* Irom regular 25c an>l 50c line*; Among them are heavy, ail silk Taffetas, Sat In Taffeta* and fancy check* Your choice, Saturday, at 15c per yard. Ribbons 25c Worth up to 75c Fancy Warp Print Ribbon* and Sat in stripe effects, from f* to 7 inchcu wide -formerly 39c to ?f<* per yard on sale. Saturday, at choice for 25c.