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""r 'i&tf,'&&tf t - 2Ti-3l -J- - - VVV &-&? 1 THE WASHINGTON TIMES. MONDAY. APRIL 11 1913. - r 7 BOBaHaaaoBB FE 1 -TOR SHOT AT KING v. Would-Be Slayer of Alfonso Denies' His . Connection With Anarchists. s- BLAMES H!S Wl ' MADRID. April It. The police made cores of arrests today in connection with yesterday's attempt to assassinate Kins Alfonso. One of the assassin's bul lets graxed the 'King's glove, inflicting a slight wound on one finger. The fact -that the attempton Alfonso's life was more nearly successful than was at first made 'known, jwas kept secret until the excitement of'lh people had cooled. ' -RafaeFTSaneno-'-Alegrei the would-be assassin, although put through a merci less third degree, stoutly maintained that he represented no organization and ' had tod" accomplices. He gave no explanation for his act and a letter to his wife found In the prisoner's pocket threw the only .light on it. The letter said: "You are morally the author of my deed. If' you had sent what I requested. I should not have committed It." if""4 .(King's Narrow Escape. The seventh attempt to take the life of Spain's young King was the most gpectacular-of- them all. His majesty, accompanied by the Queen" and her mother. Princess Henry of 3attenburg, and a gorgeous staff, was returning from administering lhe oath to a de tachment of army recruits. The King was on horseback and.jBueen Victoria " agdher -mother were in an open car rlaga. tn front of the-Calle del Turco, where Marshal Prim was assassinated in 1E70. . Alfonso Tecelved a tremendous oation. and suddenly Alegre sprang out at him from "the croTid, brandishing a pistol. Digging ""Ms spurs into his. mount, Al foeso made the horse rear; and as he did no -the man fired. The bullet missed the King, but wounded the horse in the. neclc ,VtacenU" "Canalada, a policeman, grappled with Alegre and threw him to the pavement, but he managed to firs tw.o more, shots, one grazing the King's gloved fraud, the other going Wlld. .Crowd-Wants Blood. Soldiers and policemen then surround ed the assassin and. hurried him to a v near by house to prevent lynching, the crowd madly crying for his execution then and there. Remounting his wounded horse after assuring himsel; that the animal was not mortally hurt. Kin Alfonso rode back to uie carriage to reassure tne Queen ana her mother, and then 'nlth flourish rode toward the' palace, "Shouting: - v i "liong live Spain!" , Girl Bandit Only Seventeen. COMMERVTLLE. Mass., April 14. Because she is under seventeen years of age, the name of Boston's only girl bandit, is withheld by the police, follow ing her capture for holding up another girL famm&$ AKMY. Colonel CHARLES ST. J. CHUBB. In fantry, to Galveston. Tex., and re .port to the commanding general. Southeran Department to assume command of the base and port of " embarkation. relleing Colonel . SAMUEL ,W. MILLER. Infantry, who 'will return to Ft. Sill Okla. HAVY. Captain F. M. BENNETT, to com mandant navy yard. Mare Island. CaL Lieutenant Commander J. M. REEVES, detached charge coal depot, Tibuion, Cal . to commannd Jupiter. Lieutenant Commander F. J. HORNE, detached New Hampshire, to Asiatic Station. Lieutenant Commander C. p. CHASE, detached Ion a. to branch Hydro graphic Office. New York. Lieutenant JOHN GRADY, detached branch HJdrographic Office, to New Hampshire as navigator. Lieutenant I. C. JOHNSON, jr., de tached assistant to supervisor naal auxiliaries, Norfolk. Va., to New Hampshire. Lieutenant A. M. COHEN, to staff, commander-in-chief, Atlantic fleet. Ensign R. F. WOOD, detached North Dakota, to Asiatic Station. Ensign W. V. COMBS, detached Con necticut to Wisconsin. Ensign C. M. COOK. Jr., detached Con necticut to Maine. Ensign L. P. JOHNSON, detached Maine to Connecticut. Ensign B. K. MUIR. detached Wis consin to Connecticut. Passed Assistant Surgeon A. H. AL LEN, detached Reserve Atlantic fleet to Connecticut. Assistant Surgeon AV. L. IRVINE, de tached Connecticut to Atlantic Re serve fleet. Assistant Surgeon E. V. VALZ. detach ed Kansas to Minnnesota. MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS. Arrived Henley. Slerett. Warring ton, at Sandy Hook bay; Henley at New York yard; Jouett, Beale, Fanning. Jenkins. C-2. at Norfolk yard; Petrel at Savannah, Glacier at Corlnto, Orion at Quantanamo, Iroquois at San Diego, Newport at New York. Nero at Pearl har "bor. Roe, Drayton. McCall, Pauld ing. Terry, at New York yard. Des Moines at Cristobal. Saturn at San Diego. Balled Mars from Boston for Hamp ton Roads, Paul Jones from San Diego for Guaymas. Ttocket from Norfolk for Indian Head. Beale from Norfolk for Baltimore, Dol phin, Mayflower from Washington for Chesapeake bay, Connecticut from Southern Drill Grounds for Philadelphia, Concert Tomorrow By the Fifteenth Cavalry Band, Bandstand, Fort Myer, Va, j . 3:30 j. m. ARTHUR S. WITCOMB, Director. March. '"Stars and Stripes Forever," So una Overture, Tannhauser" Wagner -Fantasia, "Souvenir de Meyerbeer," Meyerbeer Idyll, "The Mill in the Forest," Elienbeig .Concert waltz "Murmuring WatTS." Hall Operatic selection, "The Girl of My Dreams" - ....Hoschna Popular song, "In Georgia Laiid," -f . . - " Carroll March,. 'The Gallant Fifteenth." -e .' Wltcomb Eight Attempts Made On Alfonso's Life; Marty Close Escapes June 18, 1903 A lunatic shot at him and his mother as iher were returning from church In Madrid, January, 1904 A bomb was found just outside the Royal Palace in Madrid. , " May 31, 1903 A bomb, was thrown at the Sing and President Lou bet, of France, as they were driving through the streets of Paris. XoTember, 1905 Cartridges were exploded in the Church of Saa Pedro, Madrid, where he was at- , tending service. May 81, 1906 A bomb hurled at the carriage bearing King Al fonso and his bride from their wedding ceremony killed eleTen persons In the streets of Madrid. 1906 A bomb' was thrown at the King In Barcelona. January 5, 1911 An explosion oc curred in the crowd surround ing the - King on - a risit to Malaga. April 13, 1918 Bafael Sanchez Allegro, a Spanish anarchist, fired three shots at the King as he rode through the capital af ter a jiubllc ceremony. CONSUMERS' LEAGUE WILLfllEETTOOAY Miss Frances Perkins Scheduled to Speak ' oh Eight-Hour law for Women. Social s Improvement workers of the District will turn out In numbers this if ternoon for the annual meeting of the Consumers League of the District of Columbia. The meeting will draw not only because there will be discussed the eight-hour day for women workers in the District, but because Miss Fran ces Perkins is to be one of the speakei s Miss Perkins is the young woman w ho put the eight-bour-a-day JhlU through the New York legislature In the face of the moat determined opposition. She is the "ecretazy of ,the New York Con sumers' 'League. How "Big Tim" Sullivan, ruler of the Bowery, and The MeManus." "devil's deputy from hell's kitchen." rallied to the aid ot Miss Perkins when kid glove deputies eyed her askance, how Miss Perkins with the aid of there Tammany politicians defeated treach r. unit trickery and KOt her bill Jhrougn,-has been related at length re cency anu dob sujjuni iu. i.ii.uu.. f on Incidents in one play recantly seer. hn Washington: ;' -' -"., - in connection wun we cnvri 10 jmon the bill in New York came one famous retort by "Big Tim" to a Troy legisla tor. The representative of the collar fac tories and the laundries in Troy at tacked the bill and described what ideal conditions, according to him, were ac corded women employes. He did not touch on the lowness of wages. "Big Tim" rose to his feef 'T wish to Indorse everything my friend from Troy 'has said about the shirt factories there. It is the fine ight. It is the fine s'ght, too, to see all these women and girls working in these bright, airy places the senator so eloquently de scribes. But I also want to tell you," continued Sullivan, "that it is a far finer sight at noontime to see the big. fine, upstanding men bringing around the women's dinner palls." Congressman Peters of Massachusetth author with Senator La Follette of the bill which Is before Congress limiting the hours of work in the District, will also address today's meeting. The meeting will be held At Rauscher's at 4:15 o'clock. Admission is free. EMS, Dinner Candies Mints, Winter greens, crisp Curls, Ringlets, Delights, Boston Cuts and Vienna Bonbons, etc., to harmonize with your table deco rations. m Bonbons Chocolates Always fresh because th'ey are made right here in Washington. Orders for Spe cial Dinner Can dies are gladly filled without extra charge. 2 Washington Stores Cor. 12th and F Sts. Cor. 15 th and G Sts. Satm Agtmts Evetjwktr MWWTilTOimrWilllUtBaMi A m &&& CAPT. BOWEN AND WIPE CELEBRATE 1 They Observe Golden Wedding Anniversary at Their Home on Eighteenth Street. Capt and Mrs. Isaac Robinson- Bowen, 3170 Eighteenth street north west, are celebrating their golden wed ding anniversary today at their home. An informal reception will be held to night and the couple will receive con gratulations from their many friends. Captain Bowen has had an eventful career. When the clll war broke out he. was in command of the steamer Clyde. wh!ch was one of the first: ships DOMESTIC ' SUGAR. i '! Si 09 U '42&S &- flvnl m fill V & m. i Eta 2I3!J ot the famous Clyde line. The ship was put Into the serlce of the Govern ment and Captain Bowen saw some active service. Before the end of the war he was promoted (o be master of transportation of the Potomac At- the close of the war he re-entered the service of the Clyde line arid for a number of ears was In their cmplov. For the last sixteen jears he has buen connected with the American Security and Trust Company. Mrs. Bowen was formerly Miss Mary VIney. The children of the marriage are R. 8. Bowen. secretary of the Washington Railway and Electric Com pany: Carry F.. Mary Emma, J. Stuart, and James I- Bowen. Daniels May Inquire " Into Navy Yard Delays Secretary of the Navj Daniels may soon institute an Inquiry Into the delay of some navy yards In completing work within a specified time. In some in stances this Is due to the delay of the contractor in furnishing materials on time. Mr. Daniels hopes to find a method whereby these delays may be elim inated. , ; BULLETIN NO. It Iney oay peopt of the United States want "Free Su- t The Facts Are Ae agitation for "Free Sugar was orig inated, organized and financed ex clusively by the Federal Sugar Re fining Co. Its President, Mr. Glaus A. Spreckels, admitted under -oath that he told his sales agent "to go out and beat the drum and make a noise. His sales agent testified that he had then expended $ 1 6,000 in circulating literature and getting pe titions to Congress, and that no one , I , r , outside of the Federal Refinery had contributed a dollar to the propa ganda. Were they worrying about the con-; sumer, or was ' the domestic compe tition threatening them Get The Facts. .:' 3inQ3HDS $cJ3NU3ti w $& . t5 (Kj W P? fflf If Id l )i f PRODUCfceSjHrlDUlE. T : QUIT ALLEGE PARK Will Make Flights in .Texas and on Pacific Coast, for Field Here Is Dismantled. " Army aviators will not fly at College Park this summer. The signal service has announced that the park has been almost completely dismantled and that there 1" no Intention of bringing the fliers here. The Pacific coast and Texas now are favored for the aviation work, and the signal service is espe cially anxious to have a permanent camp at its flying quarters on -the Pacific coast Reports ta the service show that ARMY'S AVIA ORS Douiettic Sugar Producers, 322 Colorado Building, Washington, D. C. $130IOO L0 Lieutenant Aiming, rated as one of the most expert aviators in the world, car- nccu Lieutenant Sherman on a map sketching flight last week. Going a dis tance of 130 miles through the air. Lieutenant Sherman drew an "air map. He was enabled to do this with the aid of a small device invented by Lieu tenant Arnold, The apparatus resembles a small desk, and It bears a roll of paper which winds as the .operator works. Lieutenant Shermans map will be kept on file in the War Department. The service plans to extend the map making because of the assistance to reconnalsance work. " Professor Douglas To Address Bankers The eighth lecture ot the series of negotiable instruments,' given under the auspices of the Washington, chap ter. American Institute of Banking, will be given Wednesday evening at 1214 F street northwest by Prof. Charles A. Douglas. The particular theme will be. "Protest and Notice of Dishonor." The ninth and tenth lectures will be delivered- April 22 and 39. All interested are Invited. 1 fV- Ask your grocer for Otto CoIm and take no other kind. Retails at 10 cents a bag. Will last as Ion? as two bags of the other coke. THERE are two ways of finding work , one is to watch the "Help Wanted" columns of The Times, and the other is to advertise under "Situations Wanted." A combination of the two will bring you better results in one day than you could obtain in a hundred days in the old way of going from place to place. "The Want Ad Way is the Modern Way" WE CLOSE EVERY I af i rLMuli'JM'M'J1!! I UalatMnal Established Our 2d Manufacturers' Outlet Sale Created Enthusiastic Purchasing Today ' Hundreds of eager customers were here early this morning to take advantage of the most extraordinary suit values .this season. But a sale of such magnitude cannot be terminated in one or two days, consequently there still remains a good choice of styles in all colors and materials; 'also all sizes for women and misses. If you were detained for any cause today don't fail to be here tomorrow and select'yoursuit from the following: At $7.88 Misses' Junior Size. Suits Worth $15.00. At $9.88 Women's and Misses! Suits Worth $25.00 At $13.88 Women's and Misses' Suits Worth $30.00. Another Wonderful Sale of DRESS LINENS, (V. 59c to 75c Kinds, a yard tlyt Many, lots make our uniform price 50c yard.' In the lot are 48 inch French Ramie, -white and colored; 36-inch Natural Linens, in light, medium, and heavy weights; 36-inch Ramie and French linens, all colors; 36-inch Ramie, in black grounds, with white stripes, white grounds with black stripes, and gray grounds with black stripes, Aberdeen checks, plain Irish and French Linens, Heavy Crashes, in 'natural, white, and black. Your choice, PA, yard. Dress Linen Dept. Eighth Street Annex. 40-inch $2.25 Crepe Meteor for . . . -, The season's most desirable fabric, all-pure silk, crepe dt 'Chiftf on one side, with a beautiful, soft, satiny finish on the other. W. have a complete range of all the'm ist desirable and scarce, shades for both street and eveninjr wear., Anions them are shades of Nell rose. American beauty, copper, mustard, terra cotta. gold, yellow, maize, pink, light blue,' king's blue. Copenhagen, navy, light gray. md!utn gray, taupe, hello, emerald, burgundy, brown, white, ivory, cream, and black. $3.25 value. Special for J 1.70. $2.00 40-Inch All-Silk Charmense, $1.50 Very soft and clingy; perfect, and a beautiful dull satin' 1 JTA finish; in all the new spring shades. J2.00 value. Special tDJL.tlU : i $1.25 and $1.39 Silk and AO Wool Poplins and Crepes . JOC We place on sale tomorrow one hundred pieces of the scarce and much-wanted Silk and AVcol 1'oplin and Silk and Wool Crepe; both are made with a warp of the fienst classical Italian silk threads and a filling of the purest Australian wool; they ar soft and clinging, and will drape nicely. Colors are cream, white. Nell roe. green, navy, marine, Alice. Copenhagen, seal, golden brown, gray taupe. canary, old rose, lavender, wistaria, red. pink, black, mode, roy al pjrple. baby blue, reseda. Only a limited yardage of some colors. Be prompt. Your unrestricted choice of these 11.15 and $1.39 Silk QQa and Wool Poplins and Crepes, for. per jard UOl SHEETS, CASES AND DOMESTICS To meet the demands of our Increasing sales of the long and extra length sheets we hae laid in an ample supply In eery tldih for every size bed cot. single, double, and the extreme sizes, in fact, there is no size In use today that cannot be found In our selection. 54x99 Special Cot size only -l-lc 63x99 Special Single size only 50c "2x99 Special i-bed size only 57e T2xir Special Vbed size, 3 lard long, only 62c 81x99 Special Double-bed size only 65r SlxlOS Special Double-bed size 3 yards long, only 72c 90x99 Special Extra Hed size onlv bC 90x10$ Special Extra Bed size 3 yards long, only 7."c Slx90 Hercules Sheets. made of a heav llnen-tinlsh couon. one piece: 2U jards wide. 2ht jards long. 75c alue. Spe- rQ clal wt 81x90 and 90x90 Special Double bed Sheet, just a Remnant Lot. seamless and undressed Tc nnd 70c alues. Cither stze. Spe- rA clal. to cloe OuC DAY AT 6 O'CLOCK. in i860 At $17.88 Women's and Misses' Suits Worth $35.00 At $2i:88 Women's and Misses1 Suits ' Worth $40.00. At $29.88 Women's and Misses' Suits Worth $75, $65, $60, $55, $50 . JW $1.79 36-lnch White Cambric; slightly soiled on outer fold; nothing to hurt, free from dressing; for sum mer undergarments. i:Hc "7 value. Special , 7C 36-inch Bleached Cotton; fr. from lime or starch, a longcloth finish for family uses. 125c QVn alue. Special 0"v Another shipment of that Fine Domestic Lcngcloth. superior to any eer sold at 25c per yd "1 JT For tomorrow, special J.t)t Pillowcases 42x36 and 45x36 Falrhavn Pil lowcases; extra heavy and good quality. Real lalue. 15c 10rt and 16c each. Special ... JL l Mill Ends "Fancy Red Stripe Conestoga Ticking: strictly feath erproof; lengths 2 to 15 jds. 1J 25r value. Special XWC r : i". 'n ; mmmwammw Urt. .uraii-Sb. r .j--t 7" if . -. -- j'' r .