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— FURNITURE For Every Room '»the House Reduced in a May Refurnishing Sale Practically every kind of furniture of which we have only one piece has been taken from our regular stock and marked for early disposal in this May clear ance. 512.50 solid mahogany tilt $27.50 mahogany rockers top tabic reduced to .. $8.50 with leather seat and back, $13.50 solid mahogany tilt reduced to top table reduced to .. #9.50 $17.50 mahogany library $8.95 solid mahogany tilt ta i,i es re dnced to .... $11.95 top table reduced to .. . $5.00 ?29 00 brass beds rcduced to $1:5.00 solid mahogany tut $23 50 top table rcduced to . . SIO.OO ... . , , , ""T* 51.50 waste baskets reduced brass bcd rcdu^ d a l » to I9e 51,1 $4.50 plant stand rcduced to S^- 00 brass bed reduced to $2.25 $22.50 $6.50 plant stand rednced to $25.00 brass bed reduced to $3.25 $19.50 $4.95 magazine stand reduced $35.00 golden oak* buffet rc to„_. $3.95 duced to $29.50 $25.00 solid mahogany wing $39.00' golden oak buffet re chair reduced to $15.00 duce(l to $29.50 $2.i.00 solid mahoeanv wine c-m-n 11 1 i , it, - nil 529.30 golden oak china rocker reduced to .... $1«>.00 . . , , • closets $19..>0 $29.00 solid mahogany wing chair reduced to $19.50 las ° g° ldcn oak extension 519.75 solid mahogany rock- a ' ) ' cs $4.95 cr reduced to $14.50 $35.00 mahogany serving 512.50 solid mahogany rock- tabic $17.50 cr reduced to $9.50 r> - p> & s > Third Floor. French and Ramie Linens For Skirts and Summer Dresses itainic linen: :t(i incites wide: our' Unrn pongee, solid shades, rough own importation: shades of navy finish mercerized, in navy, eadet, Alice blue. Copenhagen, brown, tan. Alice, Copenhagen, brown, tan. green helio, wistaria, pink, old rose green, liclio, pink, grey and old and black. Yard 39c rose. Yard »5c French Ramie; 36 inches wide; in s t . so linen ratine and crene shades oi navy. .-adet. Alice, brown. W eave: 15 inehes wide: pink and"black '"v.mi K ' V> ' sr ™ n brown, lielio. light blue, Alice. Co-' llainie linen: l."> inci.es' wide h, ,K 7,'? T'' sl '°° shades of light blue. Alice, old rose, . Handkerchief linen for shirt pink, Nell rose, mahogany, green, .V"!*.' tango, helio, green, lielio and brown. Yard (19c J. , 1 I'Sht blue, corn and pink. French linen. 15 inehes wide; m «9c iJJS D '""- ".n,oro, i?oiSt o,v,r,-s.rcc, Fumed Oak Porch Swings : $1.69 200 more of them are ready.for the porches of Harrisbur and its environs. Equipped with non-rustable chains and ced ing hook|. Regularly $2.50. In the May Clearance at $1.69 Almost Any Weave of White Dress Linen That a Woman Can Wish For "W omen who make their own Summer skirts and other var ments and who want the best qualities of linen, will find our stock of white dress linens in matchless variety of weaves Every yard is a direct importation and priced lower than else where. Linen Suiting; :)0 inches, yard „„ , T,inen Suiting, 45 inches, yard oJT , '„„ c Homespun Linen Suiting, 45 inches, yard ' - , French Linen Suiting, 4 5 inches, vard 2!, Mamie Linen Suiting, 45 inches, yard .. French corded Linen Suiting, 4 5 inches vard -- Homespun Linen Suiting, 45 inches ehnmiviir'nV 'J " * ;' " "I 5 " Ratine Linen Suiting, white and cha'ninaime 4-u,i yard. . .90c Hound Thread LtaoSWlnVl!! yur,t Si' 25 White Linen, :',i! inches,'yard " Oo al " 1 s'•«<> 7Jound thread old bleached linen',' 36 inches, yard, 25< U,,U So( ' Linen, 45 inches wide, yard -n'" ' ~ ,v " n,,<l LV Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart-Street" Business Locals THE PICTURE PLAY has grown to be an influential factor in the molding of minds, more so than the average text-book. Without leaAing > our home city you enjoy the educational advantages of travel, and have the spurts, ceremonials and in dustrial processes presented to you in actual motion as caught by the eve <if the camera. First films only at the Victoria. RENEWAL OF LIFE to an old painted surface means re moving of all dirt and grime that covers the paint so the original color may be seen. ISruaw's Rotary Cleanser is splendid for white painted surfaces enamels or metal and glassware. It also makes a light foam suds without soap that is harmless to the most deli cate fabric. Gohl & Bruaw, 310 Strawberry street. BREAD: BREAD: BREAD: The world cries for bread! Even those who cannot afford the luxuries or even many of the comforts of life >et bread is the staff of life they ali want. No meal is complete without bread and some make a meal of bread alone. The best bread to buy is a loaf of Holsum or Butternut bread Ask your grocer. THE CHICKEN YOU LIKE for dinner may be selected here with assurance that wo have them fat tened to order for us and dress them here under our own supervision. Con sequently you get the choicest of birds as low as you will find any where. B. B. Drum, meats and gro cery, 1801-1813 North Sixth street REFRESHINGLY NEW LINGERIE Now is the time to look for cool and pretty garments. After a little you will want them at hand, you can ilnd at Mrs. Cranston's beauti fully made underwear, or you can to e the r.me made to your measure, without extra charge. ~ r e also have lit stock dainty sacques and kimonos. The latest things in wash waists. Come early, they are being carried away fast at our close prices. Try Telegraph Want Ads. TUESDAY EVENING, UHI INTEREST 111 EIECTI IS SUOI [Continued from First Page.] of the lower house of the Legislature will also be nominated. It is the first opportunity the electors have bad to vote directly for candi dates for the United States Senate under lie new federal constitutional amendment providing for the popular election of senators. It is also the first state-wide primary for state offi cers outside of the judiciary. The judicial candidates are being selected by nonpartisan ballots. Senatorial Fight in the Republican ranks Senator Boies Penrose is opposed for the sena torial nomination by J. Benjamin Dim mick. former mayor of Scranton. Representative A. Mitchell Palmer has Henry Rudd, Philadelphia, as an op ponent for the Democratic senatorial nomination, while Gifford Pinchot is unopposed for the Washington (Pro gressive) party nomination for sen ator. The Socialists and Prohibition ists also have unopposed candidates. There is a hard light for the Demo i Recipes For Wrinkles and Bad Complexions Of all the beauty recipes that have been published, here are two that have successfully stood the test of time: Wrinkle Remover—One ounce pow dered saxoiite, dissolved in % pint witch hazel. Use as a wash lotion. It brings instantaneous results. Face Peeler —Pure mereolized wax, applied at night like cold cream, only not rubbed in; wash oft In the morning. It causes the wornout scarf skin to come off in tiny, almost invisible flakes, a little each day, until the fresh young underskin is wholly in evidence. The beautiful rosetinted complexion thus obtained is not to be compared with one made over with cosmetics. If the old skin is marred with freckles, pimples or other blemishes, these de fects are of course discarded with the skm itself. An ounce i.f the wax is sufficient In any case. The ingredients named are inexpen sive anil can be found in anv drug store.—Advertisement. 250 Silk Dresses for Women and Misses Enter the Annual May Clearance At Savings That Are Really Remarka hie THE loveliest collection of silk dresses we have had at any period this year, go into an Annual May Clearance at really remarkable savings. There are crepe de chines, charmeuse, taffeta and silk poplin dresses in styles to suit the fancy of every woman. The sizes range from 14 to 18 and from 34 to 40, and the colors form the most representative assortment imaginable. $12.50 Silk Dresses . . . $8.50 I $16.50 & $18.50 Dresses, SIO.OO I $15.00 Silk Dresses .. . $9.50 $20.00 Silk Dresses .. . $12.50 $12.50 figured and polka dot foulard silk dresses, in 5t8.50 floral crepe de chine dresses, in an exccl navy, Copenhagen and taupe, finished with lace vest, lent range of color combinations. An- dim nn collar and cuffs, Annual May nual May price q>IU.UU $20.00 dresses of crepe dc chine and charmeuse. Si.>.oo talleta silk dresses in olive, black, wine, in navy, taupe, American licauty. Copenhagen ami nialiogany, navy und bottle green. Annual Ujrv - A black: yoke of net and shadow lace. <1:1 o rn May price <p«J. OU Annual May price $1 a. JU $10.50 and $18.50 silk dresses, in cardinal, brown. $20.00 floral crepe de chines in wistaria, violet, navy, black. Holland and reseda: fashioned with tier wine, navy and Copenhagen, dra]>ed or circular skirts, tunics or bustle styles. Annual $lO 00 flounce skirts. Annual May sl2 50 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart—Second Floor. The Charron Skin Beautifier Mme. Charron is here again with her specially prepared beautifiers. These j highly recommended preparations for the skin have occasioned more endorse ments from Harrisburg women than any preparations we have sold for several years. It can be used with the utmost safety, and with the assurance of splendid results. You will find Mme. Charron at the Drug Sundries section, where she will be pleased to demonstrate it, and meet all old friends. I era tic nomination for Governor be tween Vance C. McCormlck, former mayor of Harrlsburg, who has the support of the national administration, and Michael J. Hyan, city solicitor of Philadelphia. The campaign for this nomination was bitterly fought and both sidles are claiming victory. The Republican organization is backing Martin G. Brumbaugh, superintendent of public schools of Philadelphia, for the Republican gubernatorial nomi nation and the leaders declare he will win by an overwhelming vote. The principal candidate against him is Jo seph Cautliei, mayor of Johnstown. Lewis Has Support William Draper Lewis, dean of the law school of the University of Penn sylvania, has the support of most of the Progressive leaders for the Wash ington pary nomination for governor. The only candidate against him is Judge Charles N. Brumrn, of Schuyl kill county. Frank B. McClain, mayor of Lan caster, has little opposition for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor. William T. Creasy, candi date of the "reorganizers," is opposed for the Democratic nomination by John E. Jenkins, of Luzerne, who is supported by those who favor Ryan for governor. Percy l<\ Smith, of Alle gheny. has no opposition for the Wash ington party nomination. Henry Ilouck, of Lebanon, stands nlone for renomination as the Repub lican candidate for secretary of inter nal affairs. The Palmer-MeCormlck candidate for the Democratic nomi nation is George H. Rowley, of Mer cer, while the Ryan supporters are back of William N. McNair. of Alle gheny. Fred E. Lewis, of Allentown, is unopposed for the Washington party nomination. There is a lively scramble for the four nominations for congressman-at large in several of the parties. There are ten candidates for the four Re publican places, while twelve candi dates are In the field for the Demo cratic nominations, N. Mitchell, Jefferson: Arthur R. Rupley, Cumber land; Anderson H. Walters, Cambria, and Harry Watson, Mercer, are un opposed in the Washington party for congressmen-at-large. Full tickets have also been placed in the field bv the Socialists and Prohibitionists. In some parts of the State there are close fights for the party nomi nation for district congressmen, state senutors and state representatives. Battle for Judgeship One of the most interesting features of the primary is the battle lor Su- HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH preme and Superior Court nominations on the nonpartisan ballot. The two candidates receiving the highest vote for the Supreme Court, nomination and the two highest for the Superior Court will go on the ballot for the November election. The Supreme Court candi dates are George H. Honner, Alle gheny; Gustav A. Endlich, Berks; Robert S. Frazer, Allegheny; J. ,T. Kintner, Clinton; George Kunkel, Dau phin; Harold L Robinson, Fayette; Emory A. Walling. Erie, and William Wilhelm,. Schuylkill. The Superior Court candidates are James C. Clark. Philadelphia; Albert M. Fuller, Allegheny: Thomas J. Pra ther, Crawford, and Frank M. Trexler, Lehigh. A light vote was cast in Philadel phia during the morning hours. FARMERS NOT VOTING Selinsgrove, Pa., May 19. Back jjl Pots and pans quickly shed l j |l! ! | their grime and grease, and £jk I !!! | | I shine like new when you use j|l ! 1 r-f* 0LDDUST «*®?t jjffijpp AJBI Cleans everything, and ij]leaves purity behind it. i il'SgMk anc * ar^er packages. ESERIIRBANK^SI several weeks with the.r plowing, hun dreds of Snyder county farmers are working to-day Instead of voting. Over twelve hundred voters are not regis tered In this county. In Selinsgrove, with over 500 voters, only twenty-five votes were cost up to 10 o'clock this morning. KILLED BY BASEBALL fly Associated Press Morristown, N. J., May 19.—When the body of Nelson A King, a 17-year old boy, was brought to his home here to-day from Greenwood Lake it be came known that he died after being hit by a pitched ball in a game there yesterday. The lad had gone to Green wood Lake with a Sunday school party. SCOTTDALE HOTEL DESTROYED By Associated Press , Scottdale, Pa., May 19.—Fifty guests MAY 19, 1914. The "Olus" Is a Man's Shirt and Drawers Combined One of the most comfortable shirts a man can wear. In stead of the ordinary skirt, athletic drawers arc attached to the shirt, making a one-piece garment perfect in tit and matchless in comfort. Shown in a variety of negligee shirtings and light <ncy flannel with collar attached—soft cuffs—white check madras drawers. Sizes 13'/ 2 to 1 7. Price $1.50 and upward. The new \ale shirt has a reversible collar that can be worn as a separate collar or converted into an attached collar; white basket weave cloth or mercerized fabrics in neat stripes' two military pockets $1.19 and $1.50 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Men's Store, Street Floor. ———. f • How To Make a Pot Roast In an Aluminum Pan Without Water Now and then you hear a woman say that she doesn't like to use aluminum ware because she fears "it will burn the thing she wants to cook. And because of erroneous beliefs of that kind Mrs. Ycrkes, a direct representative of Wear Ever Aluminum Ware is in the Basement this week with a demonstration. I o-morrow Mrs. \ erkes will show how simple a matter it is to make a pot roast in an aluminum pan, without the use of water. And, by the way you'll sec how to bake griddle cakes, without troubling to grease the griddle. Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Basement. 3000 Pieces White China: lc The assortment follows our costomary excellent variety of white table pieces. There are altogether 3,000 pieces of white china, including bowls, plates, pitchers, cups and saucers. Choose to-morrow at In the Clearance of TRIMMED HATS are attractive values at SI.OO, $1.95 kJjjt -52.9554.95 ||||p§3|J Every remaining Spring - Hat is in this clearance. The q* .X. values at $4.95 confuse the * '' ' remainder of our best dress w/jvL models, whose former prices ImP were up to $15.00 and $16.50. ZfL Jlf ' Values to $8.50 and $9.00, *t I in the bargain groups at SI.OO to $2.95. Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart—Second Floor. Books That An Amateur Gardener Should Read The "House and Garden" series written by experts and presented in a thoroughly practical manner. Publisher's price 50c. Our special price 25$ The list of titles includes— Mawing a Lawn. Making a Garden to Bloom this year. Making the Grounds Attractive With Shrubbery. Making a Garden of Perennials. Making a Rose Garden. Making a Poultry House. Making a. Garden with a Hotbed and Cold Frame. Making Built in Furniture. Making a Garden of Small Fruits. Making and Furnihing Outdoor Rooms and Porches. Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart—Street Floor, Rear. = >) were driven from the Scottdale House in their nightclothes here early to-day when the hotel was destroyed by lire with a loss of $50,000. Mexicans to Be Governed by Their Instructions By Associated Pre if New York, May ll>. > — The three Mexican peace delegates, who leave A King Oscar Cigar is just as much worth your nickel as your nickel is worth a King Oscar Cigar. They give you a full value smoke every time. A good thing to know a good thing to smoke— King Oscar 5c Cigars Standard nickel quality for 23 years " • rasa New York for Niagara Kalis this even ing, abandoned their policy of strict silence long enough to-day to express optimism as to the result of the me diation. "We have no idea how long the con ference will last," said Krnilio Rabasa, the leader and spokesman of the Mex ican delegates. "It may take three days or thro emonths. We shall bo governed entirely by our instructions. We are, however, very hopeful—very confident of a successful adjustment."