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THE .WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1919.
A. ..attacks we offarmeras GE WAR m BAL.TIM&1UC. Oct 2. "I K"S t t your wife. to are Mm man who seat my brother to war. aaa.hc awrer earn back. It wilt take time. ImU. I Mm going; to set her." This nuinO. Bart of a totter wrtt-J en ia a fterWlHia- hand, wac aiaaodl to th gata posi at the hoasa of WH Haas .Esilbay, a Aaaasalts roaa, aaar Jit. Wtaaaaa, aa AmsW St.' asaesaBas Ma Thwht. Oa September 24, nearrr a atanth later, the writer earrfed hie horrible threat into exeeatian. Today h ia Ottarkt hy police at a Bos ea caaatlaB.P" far a crtase which the Xaqrlsa lawsp pumas wiw tmwt. Utmost secrecy waa asaraa by the fcoltcc aaoa the few parsons who th family, and stole jewelry, money, and preserves worth 100. Four days later. Mr. SHhey found the note con taining its dire threat pinned to the gatrpost. It farther recited that the writer waa the thief who had broken into hie home, and defied arrest. Fearful of conoences. Mr. Silbey had the hoaae carefully gaarded for two-stki. Believina: the danger past, he permitted the guard to be withdrawn. Mi. llbey and her daughter Nellie, fourteen yaara of age. were alone in the houoe on the morning of the at tack. Mr. 811 bey and hie sons had departed for work. Investigation de veloped the fact that the assailant en tered the house before the family arose. Secreting himself behind the piaqo he awaited his chance. Jaat a few minutes after the male members of the family had departed, the negro sprang from his hiding place and claaped a big. black hand over Mrs. Sil bey's mouth before she could summon her voice. He carried her to the kitchen, exclaiming. "I've Sat yoa now! I've got you now!" Tears Maofc Krei Knee. In a desperate effort to save herself Mrs. gtlbey sank her teeth .into his neck and tore a mask from his face. She clearly remembers the features. - X large lawn separates the Silbey Hejwe from a neighbor's house. Mrs. Nellie Stthey discovered her mother prostrate on the kitchen floor and called for help. A physician was summoned and prompt action alone ved her life. Mr. Slfbey gave out a statement that his wife had been attacked by a negro ia revenge for his action in SPEED IS HOBBY OF KING OF BELGIANS Attwrt, the "Perfect Knight," Btfoved By His People, Is Democratic Monarch. knew ot the aasaait. Mmb Cartarl Jf " lhe ..Usattaafa areUiar man cape wiuuua Kjuanaiaea. at ue aathweatern police station, fraakly ALLEGES HEWASSUE& - BY MOTHER'S WIFE to cYaace. ' As a matter of fact. Mr. sttlbey was not a member of a draft admit details of the crijM haw been htxct o'". registration kept quiet because they hoped to ar-: ' ,wr " ut"rawm LWO 'rB rest the criminal and save hint .from '' mob violeace. After a week, the See havo-ooaiesaed thaw are ; At 4:ao o'clock, oa the aseyajaa; of gaptember 34. Mrs. 8ftbe was left 51ng on the floor or her kttahen. er clothing was torn freaa her body. and she was mauled asnt hWoalag- xrvn nuanrous neaa w bbbsb. Was PMWsae JtMaeh. What haa ssnsssd the paltee most aatde faaaa the unspeakable brutal ity of the aearo, ta the eool and de Ifaerate wy ttr whtefc. he waat about Ms work to arreak dkeeace far a fancied injury. . Kvery laaMaat Brought to light by the investigation stamps the work as that of a maniac The attack en Mra. 8ilbey to the worst I have ever heard of la my XjSUca experience," said CaataJa aJbOeJlach. -Kever have I known aaythlsur to eaaal It la 'cold canning Wsd utter brutality. The aearo he ttbved he bad-l I led Mia. Sflhey; hat, Ihcfclly. aha haa bee nursed hack to e, aad will he able to ideatlfy her aaealhiat. That we will capture him ia a eartaiBty." AVeft Thwart. A STRIKEBREAKER who has bvtn tally bwttn by -r- strikers, being assisted by guards at tt steal plut of the Hark Mfg. Co., Indiana Harbor, Iud. Striou outbreaks occurred outside the Hark plant dur&f the first days of the walkout, and seTtral pelioeata ai special deputies were injured O August 18, a negro broke late the SUber heme, in the thssaf of mi ;n Pumy ammflsmMsM . ' 4L jhmp I tr' v : 1 r7 - ?at 1V' safmaaw - AVlV . ' mh -mfar ' J KM ITVP daVnammrV m A aW' ' JMllS J .4rll - .. .. ' ML " r' "hw VasmmmV" " m nmw 'tfsaBm asmmamammaahw aWaw JV saaBSJSBHBjaBnBBBBsaaBnsBBBSssBBsmnk VaSBBBBBBaaa L anaasaaaaaammnm-.M . . LONDOK. Oc.t. .A modern., MCerstcaa Brothers' ease worried the j Judge andiury at. Weft jHAm. when a wsasaa suae rorjurear pc a main teanpaed order'aaaJaat a seamaa, De' femlaat denied that he had every married the woman who claimed to be his. wife, coateadiag thajt she was the wife of his, younger brother. Harpy, who was se- much Ilka Mm that they could net he distinguished apart Harry, the alleged, waa killed la the Dardanelles. - He waa summoned under the name of Percy, but the prosecution aleged that it was Percy who .yas killed, aad that defendant' was rbally Harry. It. was stated that defendant had married another woman, and had been senteneed for '' bigamy, the previous court holding' that he waa Harry. The ether .woman had since married again. The judge admitted it was hard lines if he really was" Percy, but ooutd aot go against .the original maintenance order,, except that he would reduce the payment. NEW YORK. Oct. 2. "King Albert the perfect knight," This succinct but comprehensive designation of the King of the Bel gians was supplied after the German invasion of Belgium by Pierre Loti. the French "Immortal:" It has since become historic. The phrase, in fact, is a complete and accurate' biography in itsejf, for it is hie magnificent stand against Von Kluck In August, 1S14. his knightly solicitude for the lienor of the gallant little country ever whkh he reigned, which ranks Albert in his tory with Bayard, the chevalier with out fear and withoVt reproach. That the king is s. fine, upstanding man with a kindly smile, that he is possessed of Indomitable courage, that he is a wise and shrewd ruler, arc things belonging- to the common stock of knowledge of Belgium's mon arch, but Burope will always know aim us uic n una ptrieti Knigni. Bernard Partridge's Punch cartoon is in this sense the same as Lotl's phrase: Queen a Vkrfea In Blue. "So, sire, you have lost all, said the Kaiser of 191V tauntingly, to the daring young ruler. . . "Yes, all save honor," was Albert's proud and crushing reply. - Neat brevity also characterized Lotl's description or Queen Klixabeth. "An ethereal vision In blue," said the academician. And.' everyone who has had the honor of meting Albert's consort wilt agree the nesting could better sound the dominant note of the Queen. Frail, slander and winsome, she has Intensely blue 'eyes the "true blue" of open frankness and endearment. Blue is also, her fao!te color, most of her gbwas being blue. Interested la Aiaertea. The King has for long been look ing forward eagerly to his American visit. It Is no exaggeration to say that he knows more about the United States than any monarch of this or any, .other day. The country has al ways interested him intensely, and no American has called upon him in the last Ave years without leaving be-1 hind some extra grain of knowledge 'of American life and conditions which Kinar Albert has stowed away In his yrell-erdered mind. During lasf summer a party of : avMBaaamf "'v'-" "-'XV' kj!,i!." i : aBBBBnaammnk.. 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He knew as much about the mules of Missouri as about the orange groves of Southern, .Cali fornia or the hogs of Virginia. Speed Is ! Hobby. Speed is the King's particular hobby, aad It would be surprising if he returned home from he United States without seeing' at least some parts of the country from an airplane. When he flew to meet President T" Values Extraordinary! ? ming Positively More . ,, , P-'-'SSery Shoe Dollar V 1 FT A l nan mny .-'.'w Coribern Other Shoe . . - : Navyr. Styles, New Shades, New Leathers picked From the inert the many factories we do business with afford. Our sixty stores in many contract for huge quantities of footwear at large savings. You .. ..get the" benefit. . Look at These Bargains Special for Friday and Saturday -TFFT7 s I s I I I s , ', . I I I f I . I I ah' I am! W bbbbB For Ladies Xadies Brown Lac.e Boots; vie! with cleth er suede top; French heels, $5.98 and $6.98 , Ladies' Tan Lace Brown Low Heel Boots; li values. $5.98 and $6.98 Ladies' Black Vici Lace Boots; French hcelh; flv.fte values. Special. $6.98 Ladlee' Black Lace Low and Med'um Heel gun metal, dull kid or vici kid. $4.98, $5.98, $6.98, $7.98 Ladies' Cushion Soles: comfort: tslain too r tips; rubber heels. Special. $3.98 Misses' Brown and Black Enplish Lace Softs. $3.98 and $4.98 , Child's Brown and Black Lace: Russia ' calL with cloth top. Child's Buttons, any shade. Special, For Men , ATen's Brown English and Elucher. xv.bv vaius. $6.98 Wilson on ' the French t ron(hr ..laat, June he was all for having thet7res1 dent accompany him ea aa. aerial tour of Ipllaad. "Autemobilee are fast eaeagk'ifor me," the Preaideat said with seme emphasis. . , 'And yet there Is nothing like the airplane," the Kiwr rejoined. T get speed all the thae aad then aire no obstructions. AJae It 'hi 'aaitt safe." . T Qmeem, Teef Ufeea AJe 'TyaraL And as If to convince the Freeldent of the dangers of motorina;. the party was hustled over the roads of Bel gium at a breakneck pace. The hustle of -the whole Belgian Mar waa inspired by the King's love of swift aotion. Whenever he haa to travel aay distance from Brussels he gees by air. He has several times jearheyed In this .way to Load and Kaitt ami bank; again to his -caaUat. Often the Qfleen goes with him, for she, tee; snares ate lave of rapw transit ia. the uncrowded air. ' It is worthy of note that America's royal visitor is net the "Klnipi Ol k!uhi," but the King of Belgjkaa. There is so Klnr of Belgium. Albert inherits the title of his far Prince Leopold . of SaxeCebMrg, in June. 1831. after the split Holland, was elected "Khmer of Belgians" by the aatleaal conjgreee slttlug a Brussels. Ha net the fegd of the land, monarch of all he ear veys, as, for Instance, the Btae- of ihNeifadt.he is the electeeraler of HOLMES' PJUNTHieS NOW ON M HERE An exhibHiea of water color peJanV lags by WllMam X. Helm is, earataV of the National OaUery of Art stace llf, la beiag- held la the hemleycie of the Cerceran Gallery ef Art. The variety and number ef Mr. Holmes' water 'colors are net ah fa. Among them are iaeHmed landsoapap. marines, and many) ef the different phases ef art. The titles. "A Jamaican Vllleae." MA Central Am arisen VUlege, Jam mer Cleads," -Mill la the Laae," "Falls ef the Potomac." "Autumn Meadow." aad "Over' the Purple Field.- Indicate their character. "The Mountain of the Holy Creee" la eae of the most striking- aad brilliaat ef the pictures, aad, aa MV. Holm as waa the first person known to have mask the ascent oX the mountain. In 19TO, it Is especially authoratative. Mr. Holmes -haa beea ideatifled with Waahlagtoa matters- sdeaUfls. as welt as artistic, far many years. He waa draftsman ia the Smiths si lap Institution: artlet to the Ualted States OeologicaJ Baryey of the Ter ritories, conducting ensderatloaa l the Tellewetoae eeuatry. Colorado. Utah, and New Mexico, aad chief of the Bureau ef American Kthaoleery from l-lt. WILXIXmpW arjBAHdl-ClMyCMtfcH. PITTSBURGH, Pa Oct. . XTha hoard ef directors ef the Craajbls Steel Oaataaay. elected Heraee..-f. Wllklneea, ef Byraedas. K. Ti presideajt, to sueeeed Herbert 3u JN. reshfaed; r--t STATES FUN UNflY TQ CUT LMHB C8ST of food Beeittaera by hvw eniajreemast osBaara of all States wlh ha pUaaed here Taoeday at a cenfereaee of State athsraeys geaeral, o4Hed hua ahrht by Attorney Oeaeral Palmer. The framtaar of aBlferm aaU-preflteeriaa: leaialatlea for ail Stated will he atseaessd. In caHtaa: the cearfereace Mjr. Palmer acted la oe eperaUoa with the American Bar Aseodattea. before which he aapeared at a receat coa veattoa to sHacaea his oaaspahm. be gan August 1. ta reduce livtag coats. The meeting ef the State attorney geaeral la expected to pat new life Into the oamaeiga which, accerdtag ta reports ef the Labor Deaartmeat. has net yet stayed the aaward tread of retait. price The Leber Depart -moat reaerts shewed that dartaa Aagast retail prices ef tweaty-two articles jumped 1 per eaat. while the Agrieultare Department srares anew rices paW fanaers decreased X per eaat. The Jasttce Deaartmeat today la studying a report of the bareaa ef narketsr-rtHh chargea that llvias; ceeu are helaa; boosted by failure ef wholesale dealers aad iimiatjIliHi torchaata ta uklad mMfrM- trlcaratar ears earrytaa- liish team. MLC?e wasai foaad atotty gi r'ftjl-r eard hemfan aver- &ZL?!L&m- M ?r the es mr waa MM days en-thlrty-atx ears. ;o!Let 12ZL2J Hh.H'1. w, i. . ' r-r ' ' CDnftTD uturr CARDINAL DintENCHQTATION PAJU8. Oct. 2.- Cardinal Murder. Bf hap of Mailnea. has been cltovt ta a Freach army order. The cardinal, the eitathn states, was the preteetev ef people ef slaliaea. aad the expeaeat ef the aeattsaoata ef oppressed Be f! BARRACKS made with this reinforced Ob' long Cahlc-Cord Buttonhole. An CknUUsive feature of NEGRO IS KILLED ninrap Men's Heavy Brown Bluchers. $9.00 taiuci $1.98 $5.98 Hi$h Prices for Shoes Are Unfonoivn in Our Stores V BssBBB LW .Bsw J 'MS Stores 9 JTHE BIG SHOE STOR -Men's Black English and Bluchers. $9.00 value. $5.98 Men's Black and Tan Vici ,Lace. S9.00 value. $5.98 Boys' Dark Brown Knglish. $7.00 valu $3.98 and $4.98 Boj-s' Black and Tan Bluchers. $2.98 and $3.98 Boys' Scout, in all shades. $2.49 and $2.98 BtylLc.U16.nv8anrWn Enll,h 'ind n,uph- $2.98 and $3.98 Little dents' Blak Knglish .-nd Rturher $2.49 to $3.98 ' "Wine attempting- to escape arrest last night, John Twine, colored, twenty-three years old, of 243d Snows court, was shot in the abdomen by Policeman John Serola, of the Third precinct and received a wound from which he died a short, time later. Serola, who is an expert rifle, shot and former marine, had broken up & game of craps in which Twine was a participant, the police say. aad was pursuing the negro across the M street bridge to Georgetown. The negro, according to the police, suddenly turned and moved "his hand as if to draw a revolver from his hip pocket. Serola fired but one shet from his revolver, the bullet taking effect in the negro's abdomen. A passing automobile was hailed, and the injured, negro was taken to the Emergency Hospital, whera he died shortly after 8 e.'clock. An in quest over the body will be held at the District morgue this afternoon at 4 o'clock. 729-731 7th St. N. W. Opi Satartky Nights Until 9 P. M. The Buying Power of All Our 60 Stores Pulls Down the Prices in Each One DOCTOR TO MAKE HIS ROUNDS IN AIRPLANE CANTON. Oct 2. Quick, Watson, the needle! Dr. Frank L. Nane. Canton nhvl- cian, has ordered an airplane and will make his country calls by air in the flltlirp. Ho cvnppta tn mvlni. VI. own plane, and is taking lessons from instructors now inai ne may oe able to give "Old Man Death" a run for his money. . ,. -,, , . , - t - a ?' - VsttsBt 1 , .--.-. j.v-..v.'..4'iyi.vi(i-;...r; . .' r m'jt i :-. . .-ir.. -, J , . TbGlb?'' r aVeBBTSBK' .? . - - - ammH) mB - ,v-- -. -, "k-.--c ' ; s m j. 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