Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel from Fort Wayne, Indiana on July 31, 1916 · Page 13
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Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel from Fort Wayne, Indiana · Page 13

Fort Wayne, Indiana
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Monday, July 31, 1916
Page 13
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' B. Paul Mossman Writes of Y; M. C. A. Visited on Eastern Tour. B. Paul Mossman, member ot the building and site committee for the new Y. M. C. A. building in Fort Wayne, ·writing to Arthur F. Hall, head of the publicity division for that committee, from Boston, says he was favorably impressed with the new Y.^M. C. A. building at Springfield, Mass., finding many features of. construction which could well be applied to the proposed building in Fort Wayne. Description is Given, In a booklet sent to Mr. Hall the structure in Springfield is described. It is seven stories high, with an average of 27 dormitory rooms to a lloor. It cost $325,000 equipped. The building is 127x160 feet. The assembly lloor of the building seats 300. The opening »f the neAv building took place April 50 to May 6, 1918. The natatorium is 75x25 feut and holds 80,000 gallons of water. The swimming pool is lined with ceramic tile End the walls with white enamel brick. ! The full membership for the Springfield institution is $10 a year with a. $25 a year special business men's membership. : Meeting is Friday. There will be a meeting of the building and site committee of the Y.'M. C. A. next Friday night at the offices of A. F. Hall, vice president of the IVincoln Life Insurance company. The findings of Mr, Hall on his eastern trip will bo i taken up. On the following Monday 'night another meeting of the same committee will be held when Mr. Mossraan \vill be present. Looks for Secretary.- While in the east Mr. Mossman lias been looking for a general secretary for the Fort Wayne Y. M. C. A. "\Ve~nced a secretary right away," said Mr. Hall Monday. Mr. Hall says the general secretary should be on the ground dur- · ing the course of the new building's con- i struction. Several eastern Y. M. C. A. I secretaries have been seen and Mr. Moss- tman will have a full report on his re- 'turn.- PAYS BIG PRICE FOR STAR. Syracuse, N. Y., July 31.--Howard Ehmke, leading pitcher In the New York State league, with 19 victories and five defeats to date, has been sold by the Syracuse club to the Detroit American league team. The price was not announced, but Manager O'Nell said that It was the biggest sum ever paid for a pitcher In the State league. It Is believed that about $4,000 was the sum. Pitcher Boehlcr, of the Tigers, will come here in part payment. Ehmke will not join Detroit until after the close of the State league season, September 10. Deputy Health Officer Charles Josse Is at Lake James, where he will spend a two weeks' vacation. "WE: COULD GET A ^ THOUSAND CROWS "AND A TURTLE IF WE CHOSE, "BUT,SUCH WARRIORS? NOT FOR ME* "WHAT WE WANT IS QUALITY. Youth Who Cashed Bad Check at Bank Here is Held Under Bond. Ralph Wiutersteen, who said it was the mistake of his life when he returned to the Old National bank Saturday after having cashed a worthless check for $100 there the day before, pleaded guilty to a charge of issuing fraudulent checks in police court Monday morning. He was arrested Saturday when he returned to the bank. He was bound over to tho circuit court under $1,000 bond. He will make no effort to furnish the bond, he says. Quartet Are Fined. Queeny Cox, Anna Johnson, Jack Taylor and H. A. Craig were lined $15 and costs each after being convicted on charges of associating. The young men work at the rolling mills. Miss Johnson is housekeeper at 2609 Graham street, from which house the young people were taken by police early Sunday morning. Lee Hardesty, son of the aged man who resides at the ihouse, complained to the police of the practice of the young people meeting there. The boys paid their fines but the young women remain in jail. Adams Case Postponed, Charles Adams, who served as special policeman during the centennial celebration, and who has been employed by railroads at various times as detective, will be tried on August 4 on a charge of assaulting a fifteen-year- old girl. Adams was arrested Saturday in Mansfield, O., where it was claimed he went after the assault. Adams denies bis guilt and says he will be able to prove his innocence in trial of the case. Petty Thieves Tried. Pat Gorman is held under $300 bond for trial Wednesday on a. charge of stealing a handbag from a house at 620 Clinton street. Thomas McClymons and Edward Strunch, his companion, in whose possession were found a, pair of baby shoes and several towels from the Wayne hotel were fined $10 and costs each on vagrancy charges. Gorman is claimed by police to have taken the handbag, which contained a small boys' wearing apparel, from the Clinton street home in broad day light. He also took a suit case belonging to a traveling man later, police say. He sold the handbag in a barber shop in the 700 block in Clinton street. Gorman says he found the suitcase and that a drunken man sold 'him the handbag for twenty five cents. He said he had given McClymons the shoes found in tils pocket. Dismiss Non-Support Case. The case charging Frank Fordham with not supporting his two children, which has been in court since June 17, was dismissed. Mrs. Fordham appeared with her husband Monday morning and said the father was supporting his family now. He 'has given ·her $25 since the last of June, she told. Homer Davis, of Findlay, O., furnished $300 bond to guarantee payments to his children. Other Police Court. William Mausnest, Fred Murray, Jnrk Roily, August Klinger, charged wuli public intoxication, were fined $5 and costs each. /Murray said he came to Fort Wayne from Wells county to attend a funeral here Saturday and could not resist the temptation to get drunk. Albert Peters was fined $1 and costs and Gertrude Gustes was turned loose, after both 'had pleaded guilty to drunk charges. Jersey Sport Suits Are Ticketed With Very Alluring New Prices $22.50 Silk Jersey Suits Pennsylvania Yard Engineer 0. L. Kruse returned to work today, after being oft" duty for several days on account of sickness. $12.50 .Women will be delighted with these new Silk Jersey Suits, made in the popular sport styles. Rose, green, white, in stripes and solid colors--some trimmed with stripes. All colors and sizes. Silk Jersey Sport Coats % Off Solid colors, striped effects, checks and combinations. Rose/green, white, Copenhagen and novelties. F o r m e r l y $8.50, $10.00, $15.00, $20.00 to $25.00. New White Lingerie Dresses 1-3 Off Formerly $10.00 to $30.00 Now 1-3 Off or $6.65 to $20.00 Fluffy, filmy Wash Dresses, of coolest summer materials, in charmingly made models, with ruffles, ripples, tunics, tiers, drapings and quaint collar and cuff effects, in a complete line of sizes. Wonderful Waist Values $LOO, $1.95, $2.95 --New Dainty, Organdy Waists. --French Voile Waists, Embroidered Fronts. --Dainty Tucked Models. --Embroidered Organdy Panel Trimmed Waists. --Scores of Dainty, Pretty Styles. Many of these just arrived last week. .They're the very newest styles for midsummer wear. $1.95 Wash Silk Waists $1.00 They're unusual values in the fashionable models, with long sleeves and convertible collar. Up to $1.69 Mussed Waists 50c A swell lot of good looking waists,.mussed and soiled from being handled. Exceptional values. Sizes principally 36 and 38. . 4 · -' i a *i Laredo, Tex., July 31.--Gen. Venustiano C'arranza is to retire as first chief of the de facto government of Mexico at an early date and will be succeeded by Gen. Pablo Gonzales, according to information given out by Mexican administrative circles in Neuvo Ladero. Gen. Carranfia will enter the field as a presidential candidate at the forthcoming general elections, it was said, apparently confirming recent unofficial advices from Mexico City which inti- mated that the first chief would seek elevation to the presidency at the hands of the voters. The conference of. Mexican generals with Carranza soon to be held in Mexico City, according to these advices, will arrange fos* the call for general elections and for the retirement of the first chief. It is believed in Neuvo Laredo that the accession of Gonzales to the administrative power will not be delajv.d long. Aviator Hagan a very successful balloon ascension at Robison park, Sunday Afternoon. Dr. Allen Hamilton will return home on August 1, from his summer vacation, being spent at Macklnac. Cooks and Waiters and Bartenders Contribute to General Fund. Meeting of joint executive boards ,of Bartenders' union, No. 305. and Cooks' and Waiters' union, No. 480, was scheduled for Monday afternoon at the hall of the Cooks' and Waiters' union, 10 Calhoun street, to discuss questions with relation to the strike of the Cooks' and Waiters' union affecting four restaurants in the city. Unions Affiliated. The Bartenders' union is affiliated with the union of cooks' and waiters' and both unions contribute to a general fund in case of strike emergency. Matters regarding this fund were to be taken up at the meeting. Members of the executive board for the waiters and cooks are: C. B. McCoy, Phil Lutz and Elza Carter. Members. of the board from the Bartenders', union are: Al Lamont, Fred Fry and Charles Maxwell. There was no change in the sttjke situation Monday afternoon, according to C. B.-McCoy, president of the Cooks' and Waiters' union. Eoiir restaurants still operate on an open shop basis, ih : eluding the Cadilac, Cascade, McClure't and Transfer. "We expect to fight th« situation out to the end," declared'Mr. McCoy. Three new restaurants, according to Mr. McCoy, have made ap« plication for house cards. POLICE SHOOT MAD DO(J. Police shot a mad dog at .the corner of Lewis and Barr streets Monday morning after terrorized women in the neighborhood had called the station for help. The animal had tired to bite several people, it was claimed. Under the rule of the United State's more than 3,000,000 natives of the Philippines have had some instruction in the English language and more of them speak and write it than any other tongue. Doings of the Duffs (THE MOST POPULAR BELLE AT OUTSIDE INN!) By Allman ,OT THE WORLD HAS GONE TO WAR-, SO WE'LL JOIN THE CORPS; -V Freckles atld His Friends (THE INFANTRY MUST HAVE BEEN PRESSED INTO SERVICE!) By WHERE THE COLORS 60 WE SriOUM GO VIV/A FIA6 AND VIVA WOODROW. THEY. SOTTA LOT OF weaver MAUL BROTHERS THEM KIDS BRAVE LMe ^ UNDERSTAND)? r V ' · $ $. '-.* ''M^l^i$£-

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