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, The Dives, Pomeroy Stewart Mi j August Furniture Sale Opens Monday =^« =^^=^i==^7 :::=L ;| ■■*■■ ■■g; | The Service of the August | i 1J I I Hj fifl ■ I ■ L^UR NITURF. purchased during the sale and not wanted 'till later will be stored i ° I BlVr* nr —«— — m . »»" iH fl M H H rj Hj free of charge if a reasonably initial deposit is made. Out-of-town deliveries i \J" 1 \ai ma(^e our auto trucks within a convenient distance of Harrisburg, other- J* »?'' 'l ~ ~~~~vs \J * wise goods will be packed and shipped by freight with all charges prepaid within A |J; V,' '•* O D vJ 100 miles when purchase amounts to SSJOO or over. SpPpl Two Car Loads of Brass Beds on the BedroomP.ecesin the Sale at $12.95] |pn Furniture Floor and More Coming Perfect , n Construction and Finish I T_J OME furnishers will have occasion to long remember Brass Bed values of the August Fur- J. X . _, , , . . .•i.i i . ft . • ,i •rii ti j THAT perfectly built and neatly finished furniture at moderate prices is one mturebale,for the scarcity of material is bound to affect prices this fall, lhese orders were 1 of the advantages of our semi-annual Furniture Sales is evidenced by weeks <"»<• brought concessions that are not likely to be duplicated again, at least the cllaracter of these Bureaus chiffoniers and Princess Dress<;rs at sia.ns. for a long while. Needless to say that every bed we sell carries with it our broad guarantee to They are shown in golden oak, mahogany and bird's-eye maple and are the rn 11 w gjyg satisfactory service. highest type of designing. Mirror backs, case backs and drawer bottoms f- I Our $8.50 Special a" d h ead fl an n d* r $123.00 four-piece solid mahogany SJOO 00 can't split or warp. And no paint stains or finger marks are seen in the in- — Beautiful dull fin- Bedroom Suite terior work—evidence of skilled and careful workmanship. Bedroom pieces of ' B^ — a matchless value. j retliM I Another leader is a Brass Bed at $16.95 —60 inches tall with such quality are impossible elsewhere at such low prices. Only a big outlet Hii I larffe angle mounts and lnch fillinK rods " Dressers and Chiffoniers such as provided by or combined stores could buy to such advantage from ■i:BJ I Other matchless values In Brass Beds in latest designs, at H'ttl I $12.95, $13.50. $14.95, 816.50, $17.95, $19.50, $22.50 and *25.00 $16.50 Mahogany Dressers $14.95 the manufacturers. E 5S ■ and Chiffoniers **j Vanity Dresser s^- 50 Other Hints of August Furniture "J $75.00 mahogany Vanity Dresser 859.00 » 3B 0 ° oak - mahogany and $25.00 , bird's-eye maple dressers O Solid Mahogany Pieces t OBVlflgS f I w I $29 - 50 Dressers s2so ° $95,0 ° Circassian Walnut Vanit y $49.00 $18.50 golden oak dressers $13.95 I V I $29.50 Chiffoniers $25.00 Cesser, at moo Dr „ serg 829 50 $18.50 golden oak chiffoniers $13.95 0 n $32.50 Dressers $29.50 $17.95 three-piece fumed oak library sl3 50 $18.50 golden Oak PrinCeSS dreSSers $13.95 © $31.50 Chiffoniers $28.50 suite, in the sale, at * , . . . . ~ . ~ . . , A lot of thirty Bureaus in golden oak, mahogany and bird s-eye maple with # # # # 44-inch base, 24x30 mirror, full swell front and double tops. 1 Q R artei hi in Dininrf Rnnm Fiirmti ir<=> An incom ' ,ar,,bU »"'« in .he A»gu St « .piu.ou A\.V>X A ACX-L XvCXawJ v C4.Xc4.V_xO 111 THE best furniture of the kind we have ever had in a sale and the lowest prices ever offered for such high-grade pieces. The combined purchas- polished birds-eye maple pieces. 42-inch base, 22x28 mirror, full swell fiont. ing power of our various stores enabled us to plan for this August Sale 011 the most advantageous buying scales, and the wonderful values An incomparable value in the August Sale 1 A QC will instantly appeal to the discriminating purchaser when the quality, good taste and beauty of design are seen. A strong array of diningroom pieces at V ° ere Golden Oak Princess Dressers, Bureaus and Chiffoniers in a design of rich Golden Qak Buffetg Qolden Qak Extension Tables simplicity. An unusual value in the August Sale (IQQC $29.00 fumed oak Buffets ... <tOC AfJ $45.00 Buffets, #39.50. $35.00 Buffets, $29.50. $22.95 Tables, $17.95. $20.50 Tables, $25.00. $39.00 Buffets, $35.00. | $9.50 Tables $T.95. L__— ' Character Furniture as Exemplified By These Period Attractive Values in 1 m 1 Dining Room Suites H' h P H y » Here is furniture that shows the skill of the tried and true cabinet maker whose love of his work goes in every operation of his tools. ■*. $156.00 dininfj room suite, In Butter 00 $315.00 nine-piece solid mahogany dining room suite. $l5B four-piece mahogany dining room suite, In IESthL ° a siß^.fumed 6 o^dining room''suite, in William a u ™i $250.00 Sher^ n P erlod = $125.00 IV/T ATTRESS prices have advanced but there is no evidence of it MMW and Mary period; $160.00 """ *"• | s *" Prl " iVI in the values of the August Sale. We contracted for our $193.00 ten-piece mahogany dining room suite, in $204.00 ten-piece solid mahogany dining room suite, $lO7 four-piece mahogany dining room suite, in supplies when old prices Still prevailed and know that these offer- \Oj \ the Adam period; (1 CO Aft ,n the Sheraton period; 1 "TC Aft the Sheraton period; flfl * i i -j ,t ... ~, \i \ August Sale Price fcIOSJ.UU AuKUBt Sale PHc# 1 / O.UU AuKust Sale pHce &3U.UU mgs are matchless considering the quality of the filling, covering li V. and the workmanship. One lot of 18 and another lot of 50 were Fumed Oak Magazine .CO 7C HTI II JD'H eve , nbou f'• bdowtheold P ri " s ~ showinßhowthe tf .i oi . J) y, /D ' I : //a Mil scek our busmess - V I \|l \l ll | jII / I|| IvaCKS 111 tne Ofllo fit * I •• /.'/ /; ■&/ / we feature In the sale the best 45-lb. mattress sold to-day at $3.95. \l\ J VhU ll —- ip j |\, tl;. • r,i . . . . . I ' }/W. / Cotton and felt, made with roll edge. v,\ \\ Ml i V | U| lhis is one of the many interesting values in the August , ■ II y Jw\J uSu \t I 8! Buyers' Sale. We bought a quantity and by selling them on a ■■ I -• IV4atfrpccpc at \\ ll! 1 I small margin of profit offer a value that is Exceptionally attrac- > 1 . - FelT iViairreSSeS ai Qt.H || 111- —"| ili I tive. - I Wade of pure white lintin with roll edge and weigh 45 lbs. A \ mf | 1 These Fumed Oak Magazine Racks are 44 inches high and - \ ( "-1 .jM.I $2.75 7 I We »<■ . M lu.i»« distributors of .he famous Stearns & Fos- .v.i" ;1 I \i ter felt mattresses— -0 1 n I Davenports at Big Savings «7 <*0 TO <KI fi Q* II » J $85.00 Davenports, now $105.00 Davenports, now 4> # .cIU o $65.00 Davenports, now $75.00 Davenports, now For the first C f t ), e August Sale silk floss mattresses at ... .$11.95 « $59.00 $65.00 D 1 O 1 D J Regular $15.00 grade; weight, 35 lbs. Solid mahogany Martha ~, , ; ; Washington sewing tables Beautiful Pieces for the Living Room _ , . m the August Furniture 'rSerf'^ 9 ''' » ph °" , « r « i ™ k^ 9S Suites Reduced Thrce-Picce Parlor Suites in Sale, at $3.95 $9.50 upholstered rockers, ~ Ql 1 $ 7 -95 fumed oak 'OvJ $12.50 fumed oak chairs, ••- 4 - n leather wing prices that are far below regular in the August the bale at important bavings Fumed oak library ta- $12.50 fumed oak rocke*"' 9 '' I M'atiou leather wing Sale. , . ' i • $6.95 oc er $288.00 4-piece Sheraton ma- dj"| or r\r| The latest designs in chairs, rockers and settees. A leader is a regular $35.00 bles, top 26x42 inches, in $6.50 fumed oak rockers. $19.50 tapestry wing rocker, hogany bedroom suite «H©D.UU * . , the August Furniture Sale $4.95 $16.50 K " three-piece suite with loose green silk plush cushions at $^6.50 at ' S 6 - 50 mah °gany rockers sls 00 Turkish wing rocker 4_piece Ad ams mahog- J95 qq three-piece suites $31.50 $53.00 three-piece suites $39.00 ^ 9 ° Ti PW - h • Mroom SUItC $59.00 three-piece suites $49.00 $59.90 three-piece suites $49.00 $4.95 ~ Ur 1 Un& -30.00 7-piece mahogany $1 QC QQ $48.00 three-piece suites $39.00 $97.00 three-piece suites $82.00 > —— bedroom suite * $62.50 three-piece suites $45.00 $84.50 three-piece suites $69.00 TRAIN SMASHES AUTO; I HARRISBURGER DEAD [Continued From First Page.] ed to the bedside of Mr. Meyers and administered the last rites. The others who were Injured are Calvin Mengle, 35, Reading, owner and driver of the car. bruises and shock, and Mrs. G. J. Karkle, 44, Reading, Internal injuries. Smash-up Victim Helper in Rutherford Yards; Son at Mother's Bedside William L. Myers was employed as a helper, running out of the Ruther ford yards. He was a trainman and fireman, filling the latter position more .frequently because of the demand for SATURDAY EVENING, HAXUUSBURG TELEGRAPH JULY 31, 1915. extra firemen. There were times when he had a long layoff at Reading. On these occasions Mr. Myers would visit relatives and friends in nearby towns. He was visiting with his wife and family at Moslem yesterday and ex pected to return to Harrlsburg to night. Mr. Myers has been In the employ of the Reading company for seven years. His eldest son, Augustus, was employed at the Rutherford yards at night and was at work last night when he received word about his father's death. He went to Reading at mid night. Arrangements for the funeral have not been announced. It is probable that the body will be sent to Harrls burg to-night and funeral plans will be announced later. The son remained In Reading to-day because of the seri ous condition of his mother. Pope's Appeal to Rulers . to End Carnage in Europe By Associated Prtss Rome, July 31. Pope Benedict yesterday issued the following, urging the rulers of Europe to end the war: In the holy name of God, our Heavenly Father, and the Lord Jesus, whose blood was given as the price for human salvation, we beseech you whom Divine Providence has placed at the head of the belligerent nations to end the bloody carnage which for a year has dishonored Europe. Brotherly blood is shed on land and sea. The most beautiful regions of Europe, this garden of the world, are strewn with dead and ruins. Where once smiled factories and vineyards and fruitful yards are now only the frightful guns of war pouring forth their ruin and death. 1 The abundant wealth wherewith our Creator endowed these lands enables you to continue the war, but at what a price! Thousand of young lives are being snuffed out dally. Shall the ruins of so many cities and villages and monu ments erected by genius in commemor ation 6f the faith of our forefathers answer the bitter tears shed within the privacy of home or at the foot of altars? No, that cannot be. The price of the struggle Is too high. On the sad annlverary of the out break of this tremendous conflagration an ardent plea arises from our hearts for a sudden cessation of hostilities. The longer we cry for peace, the more loudly may this cry reach the people of neutral countries ond their rulers, Inducing them to higher councils. Why should not the rulers of the warring Powers hegln now to exchange views with the Idea of ending the con flict? Blessed is he who shall first raise the olive brancH. Tou are assuming before God and man tremendous reponsiblllty. O, you warriors, heed our prayer! Hark to the paternal voice of the Vicar of the Eternal and Supreme Judge be fore whom all shall be called to ac count. BENEDICT XV. P. M. Interned German Ships Libelled For Debts San FranclSco, July 31.—Two Ger man schooners, the Neptune and the Atlas, Interned In Oakland harbor since the commencement of the Euro pean war. were seived to-day by James B. Holohan, United States marshal, upon libels for $19,539 and *3.098, respectively, issued by the United States District Court. The vessels were owned by the Ja lult Gesellschaft, of Hamburg, Ger many. The libel actions were com menced by Williams, Dlmond and Company, to recover money they ad vanced for the crew's wages and for maintenance. TW'IMGHT SERVICES Special to The Telegraph Dauphin, Pa., July 31. —Twilight devotional services will be held to morrow evening at seven o'clock at the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. William Worcester on the mountainside. The Rev. Robert F. Stirling, pastor of the Presbyterian church, will be in charge. Fifteen minutes before the devotional service a song service will be held. TO HOLD LAWN EETE The Ladles' Aid Society of the Enola Methodist Church held Its annual meeting at Summerdale Thursday. Luncheon was served at 4 o'clock In the afternon. Monday. August 9, a social will be held on the lawn of C. Mellinger, Columbia road, the proceeds to be used for the parsonage fund. GERMAN FERRIES WITHDRAWN By Associated Press London, July 31. —All Oerman fer ries between Sasontts, on the west coast of the island of Rugen, and Trefleborg, the southern most town of Sweden, have been withdrawn as the ships are being used to convey large drafts of troops to the Russian Baltic provinces according to the Stockholm correspondent of the Morning Post. TO TAKE AUTO TRIP Albert E. Burkholder. foreman of the Telegraph composing room, will spend his vacation visiting Central Pennsylvania points, including an auto trip to Lebanon an 1 " elsewhere.