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The Store Closes at Noon Tomorrow Calamity howling never improved conditions anywhere at any time, so let us all get together and work in the interest of better times. No Friday Morning Specials sent C. O. D., or Mail or Tele phone orders filled. * Men's Trousers $2 and $2.50 Quality,sl.4s Men's $2.00 and $2.50 trousers, in plain grey, tan, grey stripe, dark stripe worsted and cassimeres; sizes 32 to 42 waist. Extra special Fri day morning only $1.45 50c and 75c Office Coats, 39c Black, black and white stripe and tan office coats; sizes 32 to 48 stouts and sizes for boys 14 to 18 years. Extra special Friday morn ing only 39# Boys' Wash Suits, 95c Regular $3.50 and $5.00 suits, of white pique and white galatea; Nor folk style, in sizes 8, 9, 10 and 14 years. Extra special Friday morn ing only 950 Boys' Wash Suits Regular $5.00 value, in tan linen Norfolk style, regular stock; sizes 16 and 17 years. Extra special Fri day morning only $1.95 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart. Second Floor. 15c White Crepe, 9c 15c white plisse crepe for under wear, 29 inches wide; good quality and desirable lengths. Extra spe cial Friday morning only 90 15c Checks, 8c Pajama checks, in assorted white patterns; regularly 15c a yard; 36 inches wide. Extra special Friday morning only 80 Dimity Checks, 6^c IZyic white dimity checks; 27 inches wide. Extra special Friday morning only 6'40 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart Street Floor. Resorts MOUNT (.RRTNA, PA. Hotel Conewngo—On Lake Cone wago; mod. convs. Apply to Samuel Lewis, Manager, Mount Gretna, Pa. GETTYSBURG, PA. For hotel norom. or four over battle field, wile or nee llnrry W. I,one. Spec- Inl Tourlts liiililc, 1111 Chambernburg atreet. Gettysburg, Pa, ATLANTIC CITY W. J. Beat Located Popular Price Family Hotel In Atlantic City, N. J. NETHERLANDS New York Avenue, 50« yards from Boardwalk. Overlooking Lawn and Ocean, capacity 400. Elevator, private baths, running water. New Features LAWN TENNIS COURT, TANGO DANCE FLOOR. Bathing from hotel, free shower baths. RATES: $9, $lO, $12.50, sls, $17.50 weekly. $2 up dally. AMERICAN PLAN, Write for free booklet and points of Interest in Atlantic City. AUGUST KIIiIWADEL, Proprietor. NORMANDIE Kentucky Ave., near the Beach. Near all churches, piers and depots. Excel lent table, private baths, new metal beds. Bathing from hotel. Elevator. $1.50 day up, $9 to sls weekly.. J. HAMILTON. Leading; High-emus Moderate Rate Hotel AI RFMARI F V,rK,n '" Av *- elose to AL.DL.irmf\L,E l|)flnpKt |, nlh |„ B yachting, all ocean piers, theaters, etc., etc. Coolest location, open sur roundings; 4.000 ft. porches; 100 large, cool front rooms; private baths, elevator: exceptionally good table, fresh vegetables and sea-food from private supply; good cooks, at tentive, courteous service. Specially catering to families and those desir ing the comforts, conveniences and attractions of the larger, luxurious hotels without the excess in cost. Reduced July rates —$9 10. $12.50 up weekly; $2 up dally. Booklet. Es tablished ownership management. J. P. COPE. IVIONTICEILLO IVI noted rain excclloit table ATLANTIC CITY'S FINKST HOTEL AT MODER. ATE KATES; moM desirably located. Kentucky AT*. »nd Beach. Choice rooms, private bath*, latent improvement*. Hrapa beds. Attractive lobby and parlors. Capacity COO. Cool verandnn. Good music. Social features. 10th year ownership management. Fresh vegetables and poultry, prime meat*, nearby etfps. All food supplies of Attest quality. Special rates |2.00 up dally. $lO. UD weekly. Am. plan. Auto meets trains. Descriptive folder mailed. A,. Conrad Kkholm fHANNFI I Excellent table. Pleas ant surroundings. Illi nois and Pacific Aves. Facing ocean, running water, private baths. Capacity 300. $8 up weekly. Newly furnished throughout. 15th season. Swing and amusements for children. Window screens. Booklets. A. C. CHANNEL!,, Owner and Prop. Formerly of Arkan •taa and Pacific Avea. NOTEO roH IT'S T-ABUI M|LIER§JJ«£-ANNEX I * S-ISN.GEORGIAAVE.ATLCITY.N.J^'* Scrupulously clean, electric lighted throughout. White service. Hot and cold water baths. |1.25 and $1.50 dally |7 and $8 weekly. Estab. 35 years Booklet Emerson Crouthamel, Mgr. THURSDAY EVENING, HARRISBURC *fS§S& TELEGRAFfI JULY 16, 1914. Novelty White Goods 25c to 39c fancy novelty white goods for waists and dresses. Ex tra special Friday morning only, 12/ 2 0 10 Yards Longcloth, 57c 10 yards of regular 10c English longcloth. Extra special Friday morning only 570 English Nainsook 10 yards of 14c Manhattan English nainsook; 36 inches wide. Extra special Friday morning only, 39c White Crepe, 25c Fancy Nub stripe crepe for waists and dresses; regularly 39c. Extra special Friday morning only, 250 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. Wash Dress Goods Reduced 29c colored crepes, 36 inches wide, in solid shades. Special Fri day morning only i. . 12^0 I2V2C Dimities, 10c White and colored ground dim ities, in good styles; regular quality. Special Friday morning only, yard 100 65c Crepes, 29c Crepe dc chine, in floral designs; regular 65c quality; 36 inches wide. Special Friday morning only, 290 Stripe Voiles 50c silk stripe voile, in white grounds and silk stripes. Special Friday morning only 390 • Colored Ratine 75c ratines, 36 inches wide, in dress lengths. Special Friday morn ing only ...- 190 Linen Crepe A serviceable weave, 45* inches wide; regularly $1.30. Special Fri day morning only 750 Colored Suiting 15c black and white check suiting. Special Friday morning only, 100 Dives, Pomeroy" & Stewart, Street Floor. HEAR EDISOVS NEW DIAMOND DISC The musical instrument which he pro claims the perfection of the talking machine. Come in anv time. J. H. Troup Music House, 15 South Market Square.—Advertisement. Resorts ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. HOTEL - FRONTENAC ..Yo u from Beach. The most popular section. Between the two famous piers, central to all attractions; modern, high class hotel, as good as the best; capacity 250. Will make very special terms of $5, $lO, $12.50, sls up weekly. Including large I ocean rooms, metal beds, elevator, i baths, phones, superior table with white service; table supplied direct from farm; pure water, sanitary plumbing, porches overlook the ocean and Boardwalk. Booklet. W. F. WATTS. I HOTEL CLIFTON Corner Atlantic and Connecticut Aves. Pure food, cleanliness. $1 16 up dally, $7 up weekly. Take Inlet trolley. GEO. D. BTITZEL, Proprietor. HOTEL TENNESSEE Tennessee Ave. and Beach. Ideal lo ' cation convenient to railroad station, churches, piers and amusements. Ex cellent table, home comforts. $1.50 up daily. $8 up weekly. A. HEALY. THE ELK 32 No. Massachusetts Ave. First-class boarding from $8 to $lO weekly. All conveniences. Most popular, attractive, homelike hotel HOTEL BORTON a"n e d a'Ten nessee Ave. Cheerful surroundings. Booklet. E. B. VOORHEES, owner and proprietor. The Lexington Ground wlthV.n* nls courts adjoining beach. Only hotel where ituewts may »•> from house to surf In bathing attire without using I atreeta, which la prohibited. Care of bathing suits and use of bath houses is free. Running water in rooms; prl - vate baths. Tango parlors; orchestra. $1.50 and up dally. $8 to $17.60 weekly American plan. White service. Book let. PAUL C. ROSECRANS. Manager. THE WILTSHIRE "IVe*^ and beach. Ocean view; capacity 350' private buths. Running water In room; elevator; music. Special sl2 50 up weekly; $2.50 dally. Open all the year. Booklet. SAM'L ELLIS. HOTEL MATESTICT^ ■ Ave. and Beach. Center of attractions ■ Ocean view. Renovated throughout' , Capacity, 300. Elevator. Private ' baths. White service, etc. Superior I table. Special sl# up wkly; $2 dly I Bklt. M. A. SMITH. : HOTELTSHOREHAM Virginia Ave. near beach; best loca tion. Capacity 300. Thoroughly modern' elevator, private baths, etc.; excellent table. $2.50 up daily, $12.60 up weekly Booklet. E. H. LUNDY. , THE COLWYN I Michigan Ave., near Beach. All outside rooms, open surroundings. Excellent table. $1.60 up dally, $8 to $12.60 weekly. C. &. GaiRKEN. Women's White Canvas Shoes Women's $2.00 and $2.50 white canvas button shoes, sligtilv soil ed. not all sizes. Special Friday morning only SI.OO Women's Colonial Pumps Women's $2.50 gun metal calf Co lonial pumps with dull metal buckles, light weight soles, with high Cuban heels. Special Friday morning only $1.75 Girls' Gun Metal Pumps Girls' $2.00 gun metal calf pumps with silk ribbon bows, stitched soles and low heels. Special Fri day morning only $1.35 Children's Pumps Children's $1.25 red skin pumps with one-strap stitched soles and low flat heels. Special Friday morning only 750 Misses' Oxfords Misses' $1.50 black kidskin four button oxfords, broad toe lasts with stitched soles and low flat heels. Special Friday morning only. .950 Misses' $1.50 white canvas play oxfoitls with red rubber stitched soles, sizes \2]/ 2 to 1. Special Fri day morning only 980 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart. Street Floor. Porch Furniture $4.50, $4.75 and $5.95 Porch Settees. Special Fridav morning only $2.19 $1.75 Porch Rockers. Special Friday morning onlv 950 $3.25, $3.50. .$375 and $4.25 Porch Chairs. Special Friday morn ing only $1.49 One $19.50 Cedar Chest. Special Friday morning only $12.95 One $16.50 bird's-eye maple dresser. Special Friday morning only '.... $9.90 49c Tabourets. Special Friday morning only 290 $1.25 Mission Book Racks. Spe cial Friday morning only 90^ $5.50 Felt Mattresses. Special Friday morning only $3.09 Dives Pomeroy & Stewart. Third Floor. WHERE THEY HOUSE AND KILL THE HOMELESS HOUNDS OF CITY , idwk iElsjaHHflKfmHnß) ,< wnJsl Samuel C. Cunkle, agent of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, is seen on the left of the upper photograph which was snapped by the Telegraph photographer while the cruelty agent was making ??n lr *®P ec tl° n of the pound. With him from left to right are Moses Montgomery and Harry Harp who help to kill the impounded hounds. . The lower left etching shows a pen in which the dogs are held until their turn comes to meet the fate of tne unlicensed. On the right is seen the entrance into the execution chamber of the pound. Women's Neckwear Shadow lace and net Fischus, trimmed with Valenciennes lace, in white and ecru, values to $1.50. Spe cial Friday morning only 250 Warp Print Ribbon 29c Warp print ribbon in beau tiful Dresden patterns on light grounds. Special Friday morning only, yard 170 Parasols Women's parasols in figured and fancy border effects, values to $1.25. Special Friday morning only, 590 Women's Linen Handkerchiefs Women's pure linen handker chiefs, one corner embroidered; value. Special Friday morn ing only 70 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. Laces and Embroideries 25c Linen Clunv Lace Edge in white; 2 to 3V 2 inches wide. Spe cial Friday morning only, yard, 1 2^20 Maltese Lace Edges and In sertions in white; 1 to 2 inches wide. Special Friday morning onlv, yard v.- • • • 15c fancy Lace Bands, 2 to 4 in ches. white and ecru. Special Fri day morning only, yard 50 59c Swiss Embroidery Flouncing, 45 inches wide. Special Friday morning only, yard 190 25c Swiss Embroidery Insertion and Galloons, 1 to 3 inches wide. Special Friday morning only, yard, 50 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. Men's Pajamas in a Sale Four hours of activity are promis ed for to-morrow morning in the men's store when you may choose actual SI.OO pajamas, in sizes 15 to 18. at 690 Men's $2.98 pajamas $1.50 Men's $1.50 white pajamas, 95^ D., P. & S.. Men's Store. Street Floor. 5c Toweling, 2 1 /zc 5c bleached cotton twill toweling. Special Friday morning only, yard, 2 j/ 2 0 5c Napkins, 4c 5c hemmed mercerized napkins. Special Friday morning only .. 40 SI.OO Bed Spreads, 63c SI.OO hemmed crochet bed spreads. Special Friday morning only 630 50c Table Damask, 29c 50c mercerized table damask; 64 inches wide. Special Friday morn ing only 290 50c Dress Linen, 25c 50c dress linen, 36 inches w'de. Special Friday only 250 17c bleached Turkish towels. Spe cial Friday morning only .... 110 50c and 59c Turkish towels. Spe cial Friday morning only .... 390 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. Sheets and Pillow Cases 59c bleached sheets; 76x90 inches. Special Friday morning only, 490 22c bleached Pillow Cases; 45x 36 inches. Special Friday morning only 180 10c bleached Pillow Cases; 42x36 inches. Special Friday morning only 90 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. Drug Sundries Reduced Brown cream shaving stick, in metal box. Special Friday morning only 90 25c never shed lather brushes, 190 Williams' 8c shaving cake ... 50 Bule Ribbon Bay Rum; bottles not supplied, pint 350 Medicated tar soap 80 Imported violet and rose toilet soap 50 Crescent Ammonia for laundry work 9$ Dives. Pomeroy & Stewart. Street Floor. TRtIN DITCHED DURING RUIN [Continued From First Pago] age and in the meantime traffic will be moved by way of Philadelphia and Lancaster. The storm was peculiar and went down the river and back again at least seven times before very much rain fell. The water rushing across fields destroyed many acres of fine corn and tobacco. A barn was burned at Willow street, but as all telephone wires in that vicinity are down, particulars could not be ascertained. The Conestoga river was very high and at New Providence and Willow Street picnic parties were cut off by the water and some had to wade in water knee deep, while others were rescued by boats. A large warehouse owned by Abra ham Deullnger, at Washingtonboro was struck by lightning and two-thirds of the roof torn off, but the building was not fired. Mr. Eshelman. a clerk, was In the office at the time and was stunned by the stroke. The stable of William Wall, nearby, was struck and the cornice knocked off. A bridge over Stehman's creek near Washingtonboro was washed away and the high waters of this stream de stroyed several acres of fine tobacco. The railroad signal service between Columbia and Safe Harbor is entirely out of commission. A landslide oc curred at Sliding Rock, completely covering the tracks and several large sewers under the roadbed burst. A picnic of the Methodist Church of Washingtonboro was being held at York Furnace and those in attend ance had to return home by way of Perryville, Md., and Lancaster. Near MUlersville, hail and rain were very heavy and did much damage. Lightning struck the home of Fred erick Dasher and ripped the weather boarding off the building but did n<?t set fire to It. Mrs. Dasher was se verely shocked by the stroke. The public road back of Acomac was so badly washed that it will cost j several thousand dollars to repair the damage. Several large trees are standing with all their roots exposed, the earth being entirely washed away. During the storm a rowboat floated down the Susquehanna past Marietta, but It Is not known where it came from or the fate of »he occupants. Several fishing parties wera on the river and some of them saw the boat as it passed- At Lltitz Springs Park members of several picnic parties took refuge on the pavilion and were kept there by the rushing water until 8.30 o'clock, when they were taken off by boats. The Adamston trolley line was com pletely blocked by an immense land slide. At Columbia the rain was very heavy but not much damage was done. Men's Bow Ties 25c silk hand bows. Special Fri day morning, 6 for 255 ; each, 5$ 10c washable ties. Special Fri day morning, 3 for 10$ Boys' 50c and SI.OO blouse waists. Special Friday morning, 3 for $1.00; each 35$ Men's Cuff Links 25c initial cuff links. Special Friday morning 15$ Bathing Suits Boys' SI.OO bathing suits. Friday morning 69$ Boys' $1.50 bathing suits. Fri day morning $1.15 Men's SI.OO bathing suits. Fri day morning 09$ Men's $2.50 bathing suits. Fri day morning $1.85 Men's $2.95 bathing suits. Fri day morning $2.00 Men's $3.98 bathing suits. Friday morning $2.95 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Men's Store. Women's Sweaters $2.98 fancy and solid weave sweaters; white only. Special Fri day morning only $1.95 $4.00 sweaters, in various colors, $2.98 $5.98 Norfolk sweaters ... $4.79 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart. Men's Store. $3.50 Vacuum Washing Machines, 44c This same washing machine was sold all through this field for $3.50 by canvassers. On Friday morning only we offer the machine for 44$ Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Basement. Specials in the Basement sl.lO Ramakins with nickel hold er 49$ $2.00 buillon cups, with nickel holder 09$ $1.50 cherry seeders 98$ $2.75 high wheel lawn mowers, $1.98 $9.98 marble pedestals . .. $2.98 10c china cups and saucers . . 5$ $1.50 Rayo nickel plated lamps, complete 98$ Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Basement. No Need to "Rest Up" After a Colorado Vacation "Tell me where I can go for a vaca tion without having to rest up when I fet back," said a business man to me— said "Colorado." and when he return ed he agreed with me. The pure, exhilarating air—the Ideal surroundings—-the Interesting tramps thro' the picturesque spots—invite and charm and send the traveller home completely rented —resplendent in good health and vigor. So when you're on the vacation prob lem —decide on Colorado —revel in its grandeur—enjoy its wonders and go with the feeling that you'll come back fully rested. Don't let the cost scare you off for you can live as inexpensively in Colo rado as at home. Good rooms and fare can be had -is low as SB.OO per week. I will supply you with any infor mation you seek—help you select a suitable loV-prlced hotel or boarding house and furnish you with maps and pictures of Colorado. Call or write and I will send you an illustrated booklet about Colorado, thn hotels, etc.. and tell you anout the spe cial low-price tickets that are sold to Colorado, and about the comfortahla train service ever "The Burlington" <C B. & Q- R' R*) Ballroad. Wm. Austin, General Agent Passen ger Depts., C. B. & Q. R. R. Co., 838 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. HOW TO PREVENT ACID STOMACHS AND FOOD FERMENTATION By a Stomach Specialist As a specialist who has spent many | years in the study and treatment of I stomach troubles, I have been forced to the conclusion that most people who complain of stomach trouble possess stomachs that are absolutely healthy and normal. The real trouble, that which causes all the pain and difficulty, is excessive acid in the stomach, ag gravated by food fermentation. Hyper acidity irritates the delicate lining of the stomach and food fermentation causes wind which distends the stomach abnormally', causing that full bloated feeling. Thus both acid and fermenta tion Interfere with and retard the pro cess of digestion. The stomach Is usually healthy and normal, but Irri tated almost past endurance by these foreign elements acid and wind. In all such cases —and they comprise over 90 per cent, of all stomach difficulties —the first and only step necessary is to neutralize the acid and stop the fer mentation by taking in a little warm or cold water immediately after eating, from one to two tenspoonfuls of bls urated magnesia, which is doubtless the best and only really effective antacid and food corrective known. The acid will be neutralized and the fermen tation stopped almost Instantly, and your stomach will at once proceed to digest the food In a healthy, normal manner. Be sure to ask your drug gist for the hisurated mngnesia, as 1 have found other forms utterly lack ing In Its peculiarly valuable prop erties. —F. J. O.—Advertisement. HEAR THE AXGELUS Compare it with any and all other player pianos; you'll be more than satisfied to pay the difference for an Angelus. J. H. Troup Music House, 1 15 South Market Square.—Advertise ment.