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This storo abounds with a j
wonderful variety of pretty as
well as useful articles that are
particularly suitable for Com
mencement presents —in fact
we have' prepared for these im
portant occasions by replenish
ing: our stock with the newest
and prettiest innovations in
jewelry and novelties.
Any of these will
vet pretty and use
Whether you pay little or
much at this store —one thing is
certain —«he Quality is depend
able. Claster's reputation is be
hind every article —no matter
how sipall the price may be.
Central High. Teoli anrt
Academy Seal Buttons, 11ns ancl
Fobs 50c up
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1914 01/ ASS PINS
Solid Gold $2.50 up
IjiYallieres $2.25 up
Shoo Buckles, Sterling Silver,
Powder Pencils *1.50 up
Vanity Cases SI.OO up
Stick Pins 50c up
Tie Clasps 25c up
Powder Puffs 75c up
Cuff I-Inks 75c up
Bar Pins 25c up
Beauty Plus 25c up
Kar Hinjrs 75c up
Silver plated i .25c up
Parisian ivory 25c up
Fountain Pens SI.OO up
Watch Fol>s $1.25 up
Coat Chains 50c up
Coin Holders 50c up
3lcsh Ba«s $1.50 up
Card Cases 50c up
Bauglc Bracelets, guarantor
3 years 50c up
Hair ornaments 75c up
Shirt Waist Kings Sterling
sliver . 50c up
Meerschaum Pipes ~.56.00 up
Jewel Boxes 25c up
Picture Frames 25c up
Pa|>cr Knives 50c up
Lockets 75c up
1 x>ckct Cliains SI.OO up
Crosses . 75c up
Pearl Beads 75c up
<;old Beads $2.25 up
Belt Pins . .• 50c up
llair Ornaments 75c up
Ktc.. Ktc., Ktc.
These are only a few. There
are many others here for your
If it's front Claster's
it will be appreciated.
B. C. CLASTER
Gems, Jewels, Silverware,
302 MARKET ST.
of good work attracts the attention
of all who love irreproachable linen,
as all good dressers do. This is the
reason why the Troy Laundry num
bers among its regular patrons those
who are most particular about the
style and linish of their garments.
Either phone for our wagon.
for men is of that dependable kind
that gives a man assurance that they
will not wear full of holes before even
ing, which is embarrassii g to a man
with low shoes and the inferior grade
of hosiery. Interwoven Hosiery. 25c,
35c and 50c the pair. Kinnard, 1116-
1118 North Third street.
A wife there was who opposed her
husband taking life insurance—
lie thought of h.-r and also of their
The man died—it was not expected
■—but he died —
Now the widow must toil, and the
boy—that's the question—
The policies that ESSICK sells pre
vent such reverses.
That noon-hour luncheon that is
specially prepared for the busy men of
Harrisburg at the Columbus Cafe is
surely a delicious luncheon for 40
cents. The food is nicely cooked and
/faultlessly served. Try one of these
luncheons to-morrow noon. Hotel Co
» lumbus, Third and Walnut streets.
THE WORLD S LEADERS
When you are buying a watch there
Is but one important thing to remem
ber —that American-made watches
are the best in the world. We have
the leaders, Howard, Hamilton, Hamp
ton, Elgin, Waltham. in all the new
models and sizes, and our terms and
prices will interest you. Come and
see. W. It. Atkinson, 1423 North
LIGHT TO CARRY
And very good looking, strong, durable
♦nd a popular luggage are these dress
fcult cases and bags of cane and mat
ting. The cases arc from twelve to
twenty-eight Inches in size and please
notice the prices—51.60 to $5.00. The
bags ten to eighteen Inches, 49c to
$4.50. Very smart in style. leather
goods galore. Kegal Umbrella Co.,
■ t Walnut and Second streets.
fcjay not make a summer, but one of
fcur custom tailored suit makes a per
manent customer. From first clip of
the scissors to the last stitch of he
needle Shope tailoring is the work
<»f skilled hands. It costs us more,
but it's the kind of work demanded
by particular dressers. George F.
Shop*, the Hill Tailor, 1241 Market
FRIDAY EVENING, HARRIBBURG TELEGRAPH MAY 22, 1914.
KING AND QUEEN
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While this was in progress, half a
dozen w-»men in different parts of
the theater started shouting at His
Majesty. One of them jumped on the
stage and commenced a speech. When
she had been thrown out others began.
Eventually all, the disturbers were
elected. The police on duty outside
had a hard struggle to save them
from rough handling by the hostile
"The "wild women" of the Wo
men's Social and Political Union, the
militant suffragette organization, to
day continued their terrorizing tactics
by making two separate attacks on
the National Art treasures.
The turmoil of the battle In the
vicinity of Buckingham Palace, where
a column of determined women yes- j
tcrday attempted to reach the King i
with a petition, had barely subsided
when early this morning a woman
armed with a loaded cane ruined Ave
masterpieces In the National Gallery.
Almost simultaneously another wo
man wrecked a picture hanging in the
lloyal Academy of Art. Both women
A little later the magistrate before
! whom were brought the fifty-seven
] women arrested in connection with
I yesterday's disturbance was compelled
Ito suspend the proceedings because
the accused created such a din that
nothing could be heard.
The pictures damaged at the Na
tional Gallery were a "Madonna and
Child With Infant Saints," a "Portrait
of Girclamo Malatini." "Saint John
and Christopher and the Doge," a
"Landscape With the Death of Saint
Peter," and "Christ's Agony in the
The painting gashed at the Royal
Acdcmy was "Primavera," by George
Clausen. The Academy was filled with
a fashionable throng when a woman
drew a butcher's cleaver which she had
concealed in her clothing and dashed
at the picture. Attendants at once
seized her and it was only the pres
ence of the police which prevented her
from being roughly handled by the
Throw Hour at Judge
The scenes at Mow street police
court when the women arrested dur
ing yesterday's battle were arraigned
to-day, surpassed In wildness all pre
vious efforts of the militant party, A
male suffragist, who somehow had
found a perch among the rafters, blew
ear-piercing variations of the "Mar
seillaise" on a cornet and then sound
ed the "Charge." This was the. signal
for volleys of bags of flour and other
missiles to be thrown at the magis
trate. Sir John Dickinson.
Three policemen were required to
prevent one of the prisoners from
throwing herself over the rail of the
enclosure. Another woman removed
her shoe and hurled it at the head of
the magistrate. who j caught it deftly
in his extended hand.
When Sir John Dickinson suspended
the hearing and ordered the court
cleared, there was a free fight.
Subsequently' the women were again
brought in. Most of them were bound
over to keep the peace for six months,
but they unanimously refused to lind
Theopile O. Grandpre, of Chicago,
who was knocked unconscious by a
mounted policeman's horse during the
suffragette raid on Buckingham Pal
ace, told the police to-day that he
|was robbed of $250 liy two men who
| came to his assistance.
An attempt by militant suffragettes
to present a petition to King George
jat Buckingham palace yesterday
|failed, but not until a"bftttle had been
| fought which, for fierceness, surpassed
any previous militant demonstration.
At no time were more than a couple
of hundred -women engaged in the bat
tle, while opposed to thein was a force
of 1,000 police. Al aht the militants
were a match for the "hobbies," their
clubs denting many a police rib.
Women Meet Police Foes
Headed by Mrs. Emmellne I'ank
hurst and Miss Sylvia Parkhurst, the
flying squad of women swept dewn
Constitution liill toward Buckingham
Palace, but when half-way along they
met the most hated enemy of the
militants in the person of Inspector
Kiley, who has charge of the suffra
gette detail t the Scotland Yard po
The shock of combat was short but
sharp and resulted in the arrest of
many women who in the fighting used
clubs with a facility which betrayed
long training. Many cf the women
were severely bruised and trampled,
and a few taken to a hospital.
The roadway had just been sprinkled
with water and many mounted police
men were thrown. Their comrades on
foot rolled with them in the mud, but
eventually the strer.gth of the police
men told, and in a few minutes more
than thirty women, including Mrs.
Pankhurst, had been placed under
arrest while the others l.ac. been scat
tered into small groups.
One group, headed by Miss Sylvia
Pankhurst, reached a point almost
across the drive from the palace,
where mounted police surrounded the
women and placed Miss Sylvia and
several if her comrades In custody.
The crowd at this point was so dense
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In the blood and the blood is really a most
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When yon come to reallxe that ths akin
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There are wonderful medicinal properties
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It ii really a remarkable remedy. It
contain* one Ingredient, the active purpose
ot which is to stimulate the tissues to the
healthy selection of Its owjt essential nutri
ment. And the medicinal elements of this
matchless blood purlfler are Just as essen
tial to well-balanced health as the nutri
tious elements of the meats, grain*, fats
and sugars ot our dally food.
Not one drop of minerals or drugs It used
In It* preparation. Ask tor R. s. 8. and
]ust insist upon having It. And if you de
sire skillful advice and counsel upon any
matter concerning the blood and skin, write
to the Medical l)*p«rtment, The Swift
Specific Co., 52i> Swift Bldg., Atlanta. Ga.
no not allow some sen ions clerk's elo
quence over something "just as good" *•<
8. S. S. ;o fool you with the ssm» old
mln»ral drugs. Beware ot alt substitutes.
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HARRIS BURG'S POPULAR DEPARTMENT STORE X
A SALE OF HART-SCHAFFNER & MARX
and Other Best Makes of Men's Clothes
One of the Biggest Bargain Events Harrisburg Has Ever Known
A lucky purchase of
Hart-Schaffner & Marx K ,
Har?SrhaffilPPflMapY Spring and Summer suits for men and young men n3TluCll3liriCr^li3l^X
======================== purchased last Monday in New York, to ■
fyf gether with about 200 suits of other well-known makes |y "Ar/fb
C/(y. l will make this a very |||| '
t — ' .<^BSlßfx Interesting Sale of Men's Clothing
Come here to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock with the
Si expectation of getting excellent values.
HarlSdaffeeraMarx rtTf Hart-Schaffner & Marx Clothing at HarlSchaffiier&Manx
la —m ill i * 9 - 75 & SI2JS| ■&=
mi AH perfectly new suits in worsteds, cassimeres,
\l|Ji homespuns, tropical worsteds and mohairs. Every
% \ llftF Hart-Schaffner & Marx suit bears their label. These
|lW|[R \\ \\t suits are valued from $12.50 to $25.00. To-morrow the
HariSchaffiierAMarx iuvlj andshort ;- s " ec ' a " lt , HariSchaffiiep&Mara
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I jfttf All-wool Cassimeres. Tropical Worsteds. ■
cJcU II Hill All-wool Worsteds. Homespuns. Pllf
I I Other makes of C \ evi f S ;, , f ■ fIA
11 H Blue Serges. And other makes ot 1
II H Blue' Worsteds. Blue Serges.
Jlj |! Brown Worsteds. Striped Worsteds.
Ifl t| Gray Worsteds < iray Serges.
I r Pin Stripes. Tan and (iray Home- 7
HarlSchaffiier\Sir*far>Y fi Homespuns. spuns. Harlochaiiner^MarX
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* suits. Special at and shorts. Special at tDato.
| $9.75 1 | $12.75
Arranged conveniently on racks and in cases. Extra salespeople who understand the goods so you can be waited on immediately. BE EARLY.
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that the attempts of the police to'
clear the drive were without success
until recourse was had to water
sprinkling carts, which ruined many of
the fine gowns of the fashionable wo
men spectators who had gathered to
watch the battle. This caused the
police to lose their popularity with
the crowd, which up to that moment
had cheered tl.eir. on.
Though the casualties were not
numerous, much harm was done to
the uniforms of the police and to the
dresses of the women.
1 RESERVOIR COURTS
[Continued from First Page. ]
' endeavored to provide for the con
venience of the older players who
can't get out to the courts until late
I in the day or on Saturday* and at tiie
same time allow tlip children ample
playing time. Following are the regu.
1. Players must wear regulation
heelless tennis shoes.
2. Courts must not be used
when placarded to that effect or
when wet enough to show foot
3. All players shall have the
use of the courts in the order of
4. Retention of a court by any
clique of players shall be pro
hibited. When any players are
awaiting a turn no others shall be
allowed to play more than one set
nor in any case for a longer period
than forty-five minutes.
5. During the time when the
authorized keeper of the courts is
on duty the use of the courts shall
be assigned by him to players
awaiting in the order of their ar
rival, but said players shall be so
scheduled as to insure as nearly
as possible players of equal
ability and maintain an equal
waiting list for each court.
6. After 4.30 p. m. on all week
days except Baturda.v all courts,
excepting Nos. 1 and 2 (the courts
facing on Walnut street near its
intersection with State street),
■hall be for the exclusive use of
players 16 years or older. Courts
Nos. 1 and 2 shall be for the
exclusive use of those under 18.
After 12 noon Saturdays all courts
shall be for the exclusive use of
players of 16 or oVer.
7. Rules for Saturdays shall ap
ply to all holidays.
8. Special rules shall govern
9. In case of doubt as to age
qualifications, players shall be re
quired to present a statement
from parents or guardian.
40. Courts shall not be used for
singles while there are players
awaiting a turn.
Plans for the erection of the pro
posed new tennis clubhouse at Reser
voir have been completed and the
building will be started in the near
future. It will be placed under the
trees on the first terrace overlooking
the upper tier of courts. The struc
ture will be one story, 20 by 30 feet.
One side, 20 by 20. will be for the
boys; tho other, 20 by 10, will bo for
the girls. Shower baths and lockers
will be placed on the boys' side and on
the girls' side of the house there will
be stationary washstands and ample
BKST OX EARTH
You never used a better creamery
butter in your life than our famous
brand, Jumetta butter, made by a but
ter expert, and sold at 35 cents a
pound. It has a quality that is well
worth tho trouble of phoning us. B.
B. Drum, ISOI-1803 X. Sixth St.
Among motorists is tempted by wrenches that don't.fit and
patches that don't stick. Ours fit and stick.
Mossberg Wrenches—s in a case— l /^-inch to d»1 Q C
1-inch, each set /.
Nickel Pliers—6-inch—adjustable, each I^o
Small Babboon Wrenches vest jiocket handy,
Socket Wrenches any sizes semi-finished, 0/\
Endurance Red Cementless Patches—ten in can, A A
each can TTV/ C
Vulcanized Rubber semi-cured and uncured—
,J4-pound can, each can OvJC
Nickel Bumpers—2-inch channel any car, g
Famous Hans Gasoline and Oil Gauges— Aorj A/\
Ford Car, per set SbD ( UU
Piston Rings—for all size cylinders, each 50C
Front-Market Motor Supply
MARKET STREET BRIDGE Any Phone 3690
DEBUTE WITH US!
[Continued l'rom First Page.]
an absence of several months owing
to illness, visited headquarters here
and In laying plans for the summer
campaigns the department heads, it is
expected, will accept the challenge for
"We have been trying to persuade
the antis all along to meet us in open
debate," It was stated unofficially at
the suffrage headquarters this morn
inng, "so that we will be glad to ac
cept such a challenge."
The Colonial Theater, it is under
stood, has offered the use of their
stage Friday evening for the forensic
clash. If that date is accepted by the
opponents of the antis. Th<; opening
attack of the antis took place there
last night, when Miss Price made her
first address. "Sometimes," explained
the young and beautiful orator from
the Forest City, "we find it difficult to
stir up a crowd on short notice, bo you
see we go where the crowds are."
It will bo a busy time for Miss Price
and the officers of the anti-association.
, Meetings are to be held in various
DECIDE RJGHT NOW
jS Our Watch Club
ON OUR NEW CLUB PLAN
We only have a limited number of these 17-Jewel Elgin,
Waltham and Hamilton Watches at this bar- CA
gain price of 1 / .OU
Think of being able to buy a genuine accurate time piece in
a 20-year guaranteed double strata gold-filled case—adjusted to
temperature and positions with movements guaranteed for
I "r. "" me " ,l thc '«<<»« Ktjlen of aullil gold and
■told-illled Jewelry, Silverware. Toilet anil Manlt-ure Set*.
The National Watch & Diamond Co.
Room 205, Bergner Bldg. Third and Market Sts.
•The iildnl and must reliable Credit Jenelry House In the elty."
towns In this vicinity, with the objeci
of organizing' associations that wil
carry on the work of persuading tht
electors not to let anybody but them
selves vote. To-night a meeting wil
take place in Middletown; Monday ai
Carlisle; Tuesday at Lancaster; Thurs
day at Shippensburg normal school
And Friday is left open for the pro