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PATH IN COURT
Judge Rules Out Mass of
Testimony as to Print?
MU?ST SHOW BARNES
KNEW OF SCANDAL
Defence 1? $50,000 libel Suit
Expected to Complete Its
Case Next Monday.
llV?*0 A Staff C?r?**l??ir?!?r??rt of Th? Titran??. I
Syracuse, May 7. - Ecclesiastical rec?
ords of the i-ta'e of New York brought
Colonel Roosevelt's attorneys to a halt
to-day In thi piling an of Albany
lng cor.tr. ' e expectation of
hitching William Barr.es to them. Jus?
tice Andrews decided that to gt
libel suit which the Colonel is -lr*t"erd
ing it would have to be sin wn that the
contrae? v?a? extravagant, t
were fraudaient and thn.-. William
Barnes - used his political
influence to give the contract to the
J. B. Lyon < otnpany. That w
Barnes owned a quarter of the stock of
the Lyon company was r..
proof. Just.m Andrews ad
Aftr- by John
M. B<- "'?nse!,
the dec.-tun was announce!, with the
warning thai " would apply, to every
aporitic Instance of extravagance and
corrupt.o: !n printing contracts which'
the defer.ee brought forwwrd.
On the general subject of the admla
?ibillty of the Albany printin*; evidence
Judge Andrews did not commit himself.
Argument on that point will be heard
on Monday, when Mr. Bowers will re- i
view the evidence tending to fasten any ,
?part of the scandal on the plaintiff.
No More Defence WUSMMSS.
Summarily halted In their literary
criticisms, the Roosevelt counsel put
on no more witnesses after the court's
decision and announced that their case
would be completed by noon on Monday.
Much depends on the derision made
then a? to the amount of the pi
evidence which the jury should con
aider. The days which the def<
devoted to thin phase of the c;?
bookcase? piled nigh with volun ?
numerous- acrounts, both state and pri?
vate, which have been subpoenaed, all
testify to the value placed by Colonel
Roosevelt's attorneys on thi? attempt
to Juf ??terrent l??ued by him
William II. Ivlns, counsel for Mr.
Barnes, was the man who called for a1
showdown on the printing evidence. It j
was wrong, he thought, to let the jurr
draw inferences from testimony which
might all be stricken o-jt.
"With all due respect to your honor,"
eald Mr Ivine, "yon may permit such
evidence to go in, subject to a motion
to strike out. But you can't wipe out
yesterday any more than you can cre?
ate ts*>morrow, Yon r.re allowing a
series of assumption? to go before the
Jury which It is beyond vour mental or
moral power to remove imm the minds
of those jai
To Hang On to Evidence.
Barnes's lottere to Roosevelt and to
Platt about the printing situation in
Albany an 1 specific contracts, his in
Merest in th? Journal Company and in
the Lyon company, his "sa'ary" of
110,000 which the minute book of the
Journal Company seems to ??how the
Lyqn company paid h m, and his power
Iti Albany -all these thing? and more
the defence will weave together on
Monday. The effoi be not to pile
up more evidence, but to keep as much
as they can of what has already been
It was largelv on this evidence that
the hopes ox tBe Roosevelt attorneys
to get the case before the jury were
Entries from the books of the Jour?
nal Company, controlled by William
Rames, put in evidence thi? afternoon,
showed that the job-printing account
had been credited in ten yea!
receipts of f37.828.iJ4 from the J. B.
Lyon Company. The Journal Company
had no Jon printing plant, and turned
over jobs obtained from the state ind
city and county of Albany to the Lyon
Nothing was put in evidence to ?how
whether the money was entirely for
commission? on work transferred or
whether some of it was com?:
on work for which the I.yon Company
held the contri
Pa*nn?*nta from I.von Company.
In some years there WON several
payments - twenty-four altogether. The
total amounts received each year wert :
1903, $8? I ?06, $1,
862 17; 1906, 18,054; 190 .. ?8 722.76;
1908, $4,2t?1.44; 1909, $6,430.84; 1910,
$6,002.66; 1911,14,937.08; 1912,12,776.
Charles M. Winchester, vice-presi
dent of the Lyon Company, failed
again to produce some of the records
Mr. Bowers wished. He had some
checka, but no check stub-. He hail
one ledger, but not the books of origi?
"Did you Intend to say," witness was
asked on cross-examination, "that vou
gave a discount to the Journal Com?
pany on all hneineea from whatever
**! intended to say," Mr. Winchester
replied, "that certain sta'e work had
never been let under contract, certain
classes of 11 being exempted in the
printing law TI 7? can be 1st < ?* I
officials at their pleasure. It the years
we gave commissions to the Journal
Company we performed such work that
they had turned ovei to us and gave
them commissions for it "
"I>id you ever pay the Journal Com?
pany commissions on contrae*? yon
made with the state, city or county?"
Witness told of a complaint from
Mr. Harnes ah?,ut billing direct instead
-of through "The Journal," and because
the Lyon Company put its own Imprint
on the work. After that "The Journal"
Imprint was u??-d.
Putting Henry J. Horn?, a printing
expert, on the stand, Stewart K. Man
?-?Vv, for the defence, started to show
that city and state printing had been
done in extravagant style and charges
had been made for more composition
than had been done.
"Assume that to be true." said the
court, "yu must have avidene?.
Mr. Barnes was responsible for such
printing, but I will receive this evi?
dence and pass on its competency
later." To this Mr. Ivins warmly pro?
Charge? Padding of Matter.
Mr Hancock produced several books
with the declaration that he would
show that 20,000 ems of matter had
been put on a page where M.OO0 had
been charged for. In other cases,
where the matter was paid for by the
page it was leaded out so as to reduce
the numh?-r of lines.
On the argument on admissibility of
the printlng evidence Mr. Rowers said
he would probably be able to produce
proof that tl S I. B. I yon Company took
contracts at much below cost, knowing
they could get extraa at exorbitant
finces, thus being able to freeze out
esa favored bidders.
fpoaking of the building up of the
Republican machine, Mr Bowera aald
Mr. harnea probably waa the moat able
'arta resournful man who had ever cor
ir.to political dominance la thll s*ite
Mr. Bowcn referred to the Harn
letter to Senator Platt in lflPP showii
that hr wro using hia influence wi
the Attorney <'e-.cral to trj- to g
the. printing contract ?way from M
Cartnyrj to the fact that McCarthy hi
.1 hi?? contract that y?ai ?i
several subsequent year? to Jume?
Bfi?l to the evidence t! ut M
Harne* had received ? ?alary fro
I.yon of 51 ? 1.000 for each of two yea
about this '
"The lett?n are striking," said M
Bowers. "You Mill get ?way fro
them. The time later came when M
Harnea thought hi? i_-<*t ?hu* he our!
to have from the party leaders."
OPPOSE THAW JURY TRIA
Attorney General Asks Appc
late Division to Prevent It.
Derision wa? reserved yeiterday Y
the Appellate Division, on the appl
cation of Attorney General Woodbui
for a writ of prohibition ?<> prevent tl
carrying out of Juattee Hendrlck's o:
dor granting a jury trial on the ?nuei
tion of the sanity of Harry K. Tna*
The trial has been Mt foi May 1
It Is possible that the decision of fh
Appellate Division trill be hande
down before that date.
In the brief submitted by the Ar
torney General he argued that Ju?t;c
Hcndrlek di?1 not have authority to ca
a Jury to beer t?"<".mony anr? decid
the question of Thaw'?? sanity. M
.1 ?ihr.stone, of the district Attorney
sta*T, al-o argued against tho jur
John H. Stanehfleld, for Thaw, file
a brief in which he upheld the actio
of .... rick, arguing that fh
latter wai thin his legal dil
cretion in calhr.g a Jury 'rih'.
Grand Jury Believed to Hav
Five Others Ready. Includinc;
Rill Against B. J. Fox.
[By T?>jT?ph te Ths TrIS-n. ]
New City, N. Y , May 7.?The Roe.
land County grand jury did not brin
i*s expected indictment to-day again?
William V. Clcary, former Town Cler
of Havers*rraw, whose accounts hav
been under investigation for alleged il
regularities during th last two weeki
It may be handed down to-morrow, how
ever, as District Attorney Thoma
(lagan old not have any of the jury'
indictment?* dwrawn up in time to-day.
?urt Justice Arthur ?
Tonrkir.s was assigned to the Appellat
I' urn to preiide over the grand jur
during the remainder of Justice l?aa
N". Mill's term.
I* ii persistently rumored that an in
dictnrrent has been found against Clear
for the alleged irregularities of $20,00
In his accounts winch have been in
vestigated at the instance of State Con
? Engen. M. Travis. Cleary wa
acquitted of slaying his-in-low, Eugen
Newman, n few months ago. It wa
through tho influence of the Haverstra*.
Tax] oration that the presen
ration wai Instituted.
Bernard J. Fox ia believed to hav
been indicted with Cleary. Fox wa
an eye witneai to the Newman murde
and was indicted for perjury twi
m."nth? ago. He testified that ne dii
not know where the revolver was wit!
which Newman was killed, but admitte?
later that he had given .t to his wife
He is now under SH.OOO bal!. When las
heard from, Cleary was in Atlantic
Although no delrrr'e ourlai informa
tion was forthcoming yesterday it war
understood that six indictment, wou!?
be handed down to-morrow, all growinj
out of the Cleary case.
WOMAN AND 10 MEN
CAUGHT IN DRUG NET
Actress Was Smoking Opium
with Negro-Two Alleged
Sellers Held for Trial.
Ten men and one woman were ar?
rested bv the drug squad yesterday.
Anna "Williamr, who says she is at
Rc'ri-^s living at the Hotel Hrorrteli
wai smoking opium with James Payne
h ni ?:ro, at his homo, 20 Weal 138.1
et. They wore held in $1.000 bail
Four men were smoking opium in ?
room in an apartment house on Wesi
Ninety-eighth Street, Charles Wilson
a v.hrter, Peter Mnrms, a lahorer, an<:
id Wolfe, a waiter, were sent tc
. lie at their oi\\\ request by Magis?
trate Corrigan in the \\ ? ? SideCourl
The fourth prisoner, known to the
had two jars of opium and two boxei
of morphn.e in hit pocket , He wai
held in 6600 bail.
Ha . a negro, of 170 Ryer
son Street, Brooklyn, was eaptured oi
West rty eighth i harge.
g heroin. He was held foi
? ph Thompson, of 44 West l"lst
?. Rollo Cowes, of 62 Fast I32d
??; John Sheehan, of 806 Columbui
Avenue, and Arthur Stoaainger, of S
We.-* 108th Street, weir also arrested
th ha\ir.g drugs in the r poi
? i y u ere all held for trial.
SAYS P. R. R. OFFICIAL
BRIBED UNION MEN
Altoona Strike Leader Creates
Stir on Witness Stand B.'fnre
, Industrial Board.
Washington, May 7, Hearings on
Tennsvlvania Railroad labor conditions
were i?ractica!lv concluded to-day by
the I'nited States Commiasion OB In
ona, which to-morrow
will re.-iir:o ?-, ?nqu iv into the Penn?
sylvania state constabulary ar.d Its
conduct in labor troubles.
(,. W. Creighton, jreneral superin?
tendent of the system at Altoona, told
the commission that Pennsylvania of?
ficials were opposed to unions of their
employes which affiliated with the
American Federation of labor or
which mirht involve the company in
W H Pierce, of the Krothcrhood of
Federated Railroad Fmployes, who eon
ducted th? Altoona strike, created a
v 11 r when recall??! to the si
day by chart I members of the
Hrotherhood of Fnirmemen in: 1 ?. ??
men ?i'!?? pa ?1 money by an o',;rial of
rlvania after the s'rrke of
1911. He snui one of the men con
? _ to receiving RSoney and told
, him who paid it. Tierce declared he
had asked an official of the company
ior a job as legislative agent for the
' purpose of getting hi a id ??rice with
him to find out "who 'he union crooks
?Ane ?m the Pennsylvania system."
The New York Young Women's
! Christian Association will maintain a
summer vacation camp for ?.nls at
I Blauvelt, twenty-five miles from the
It will be ealled ?"amp Blur
tields and will have recreation ground?
for L'.*)0 girls.
Levy Trumhul!. owner of "The Rer
nardsville (N. J. I News." won a libel
suit brought by Charles W Alrmugh in
the Circuit Court at Summenrille, V J.
The attempt to murder Monroe S Filis,
a contractor, was the basis of the
WOULD BAR ALL
FOR 20 YEARS
Lemuel E. Quigg Proposes
to So Amend the
UP TO WOMEN
Utica Delegate Wants tn Hold
Franchise from Them Until
They Vote for It.
;r"?m a SUS P???-T??por-..?*?? of VmTt
Albany, May 7.?Believing that priae
fghting'i's brutal arid lead* to di
and outlawry, Lemuel Ely Qttigg a< to?
day's ssaslon of the eonatitutioi a
rention offered an amendment to end
prize lighting in thi? state, fur 'he next
twenty years at least.
"I a*n' opposed to prizefights beeause
thev induce dieordor, pro.luco gunmen
and bring about gonrrnl outlawry in too
community." Said Mr. Qttigf ?7 tl
. . "One ?>f my l.rst as
Kignment? a? a reporter was to eover
t!..- Sullivan-Kilrain light at New Or
leans. There I saw a double blow de?
livered by John L. on either side of K
which was followed by an
the chin. I say I saw them.
ere delivered no fust that
the ev.- could not really follow. It was
rully done, bt its hrtality was
"People who believe in law and Older
huave a right to provide in the legisla?
tion for the preservation of law Bnd
order. N'o one but a nation has a right
to light. If Mr. KomanofT wants to
fight, that is his business, and if Mr.
Cuelph wants to fight, that Is his busi?
ness, but If any one wants to fight in
this country I want to see that Con?
gress alone shall Fay when our citizens
shall raise tifies to their shoulders, and
I, as a citizen, want to have a voice in
saying when the triggers shall be
Watson T. Punmore, of I'tlca, intro?
duced an amendment to-day providing
that if the men decide to give the vote
to the women, the proposition must be
approved by u majority of the women
re it can become effective. The
Ition reads that no amendment
ding the right to vote shall take
effect until after it has been approved
by a majority of those to whom it is
proposed tu extend that right.
Mr. Punmore believes the majority
of the won.en do not want the vote,
and therefore it should not be forced
A proposal introduced by Feth Low,
by request, impowers tho Legislature
to provide for proportional representa
: i preferential voting.
i 'ther proposed amendments weret
John J. Dooling, of New York -Mak?
ing the Commissioner of Labor an elec?
tive o?ficer and increasing the terms
of office of the Attorney General, Sec
of State, Controller, Treasurer
and State Engineer from two years to
Abraham Harowitz, of New York
Increasing the annual -alan?s of Sena
l to I and of As?
semblymen to $3,000.
Albert B. I nger, of New York Pro
? , that, except in first class cities,
the practicability of civil service ex?
aminations shall be determined by an
lortioned bi-partiaan board of
en ice comn
Joseph Roseh, of Liberty Providing
?i an impeachment trial of the
Governor or Lieutenant Governor, the
dent of the Senate need not
a member of the impeachment court.
Lemuel Ely Quigg Putting ail state
employes under civil service except ap?
pointees of the Governor.
Hay R. Smith, of Syracuse Autnoriz
ing the impeachment of judges of the
Court of Appeals, Supreme I
tices and other elected officers for wil?
ful ii. li s or knowingly
making false oaths relating to the
ofiice, nomination or election.
IN A JERSEY CELL
Charles G. Olah, of Franklin.
Faced Indictment for Fm
bezzling Cash Bail.
Newton, \. J? May 7. While -?c-eral
witnesses were waiting here this morn?
ing to app' re the
grand jury, Charle. G. Olah, justice of
ace. of Franklin, a prisoner in
the county jail on two charges of em
i t: cash bail, shot himself three
times through the chest just above the
heart. He died in fifteen minute?.
Where Olah obtained the revolver il
a mystery. He was disrobed and
searched ruesday nn?l again Wednes?
day. His only visitor was hi? wife,
who called at the jail yesterday.
Olah was arre-ted on April 29 on a
charge of having embezzled $70 <le
! with nun as cash secuntv. He
furnished $500 bail.
The justice was arrested again on
Tuesda* on a charge of naieappropriat
ing $100 cash bail. Olah, it i el erg? I.
dropped the proesedlngs. The <ie
fendai i r, were unable to -rat
? -. bark.
Fail on this sei i.pH charge was fixed
at $1,000, which the justico was un?
able to furnish. He was locked up.
This morning Olah gave two letters to
a friend with instruction not to open
them until to-night. They are now in
the hands of the county authorities,
who refuse to reveal their eontei
Ai the First Baptist Church, Broad?
way and 70th Bt., the Kev. Dr. I. M.
Haldoman's .subjects to-morrow will be
as follows: il b. rn , "The Shining Life
and Tho Living Word"; 8 p. m., "The
Sheep of Christ; or, Can 1
1!?> Saved Who Have Been Fleet.
:i of God Beforehand0 Is Final
I'nbelief Proof That the Unbeliever
iVas Never Elected? How I?, I? i\ -
ble To Be Assured of Salvation""' I ??
Sunday evening evangelistic services
in thi. church are marked with power
A cordial invitation is extended to all.
The Rev. Joseph W. Kemp, of Edin?
burgh, will preach to-morrow morning
and evening at the Calvary Baptist
Chu.ch. and will conduct the Friday
; night prayei meeting next week.
At the ('entrai Baptist Caureh, 92.1
st. and Amaterdam av., the Rev, Pr.
Frank M. Goodchild, pastor, will preach
to morrow at 11am on "The Soul's
Thirst, and Its Satisfaction." In the
ng Dr. Goodchild will give the
?.?<or.i ?n his popular course ..p. "For
? tourna dments" "Thou Shalt
No! ?fudge "
Fl. 8. Buchanan, pro'esser of classical
thilo -s;ty of Michigan, who
last seventeen years
Studying the old Bible manuscripts of
Enrope, ?rill deliver an illastrated le-e
tur?' on 'The Morgan Manuscripts" to?
morrow evening in the Washington
, Height.? Baptist Church, 14;.th st. and
? Convent iv. At the morning service
Mothers' Day will be observed. White
I carnations m 11 be given a*?.*av. The
, Kev Dr. Harold Psttisos will have as
, his subject "The Family Hearth."
Mothers' Day will be appropriately
observed in the Young Men'?
Class of the Fifth Avenue Baptist
I Church to morrow at 9:40 a m.
I"" RELIGIOUS NEWS AND^j^OUNCEME?TS )
Nothins _. br.-e, UP ?h, spin, _. ??J in ?.?; ??J- ^ ^^ ^^^0^
The reply !.. G?*, into God's truth ?boni the blessmg. When through grace ^.^ ^ from ^
s,nne, he isseenre from the i-^ent of .his ? he . e^^^*_~ * by God lhe Father ,n ,he bean, J ,,
the hand of the enemy?baton, runner, ne i? ?c*-lcu
Beloved One.? //'. ForftfJ U'ithcrhjf. _
LUTHERANS PLAN BIG
CELEBRATION IN 1917
Will Observe the 400th Anniversary of Martin
Luther's Break with the Papacy?New York
Headquarters for Publicity Campaign.
New York is to he headquarters
a Lutheran publicity campaign, .
launched, that is to make Lutheran
known to America and to I
up to tho observance of the 400th ai
?? of the nailing of the ninety
liant propositions to the door of
rustle church nt Wittenburg by Mm
Luther. The dato of this import
act was October 81, 1517, atrd Luth
in?* of tho whole world are plann
celebrations f??r October, 1017.
The Missouri Synod lead*? In t
publicity plan. It Is the largest
American Lutheran bodies. The chi
man of th? executive committee is
Rev. K. Kretzmann, of St. Pai
Church. The Bronx, and others m<
bers Include the Rev. F. C. 0. Schun
of the Church of the Redeemer,
West Forty-fourth Street, and Char
H. Sehmidllng, H F. Ressmeyer, EL
Thornhurst and Gustav Zimmerman,
of this city. The chairman is the R
H P. Fckhardt, of Pittsburgh.
Nearly all American Lutheran bod
have announced big funds for educat1
and extension. One will seek $2.0(1
000, another $1,000,000, another $5f
non ?nri ?0 on. The aim is to romp!?
these funds by the jubilee date, t
year? hence. Education is emphasiz
say these Lutheran leaders, but otr
plans for observing the anniversary t
under discussion. The (icnernl Cot
eil, the General Synod, the Synodi?
Conf?rent'?* and others are active w
plan*". Attention hits been called
the committees to the large numb?
of parochial schools. The Missoi
Synod has more than J.OOO such schon
Speaking yesterday of Lurherans
New York and the country, the R?
Walter Koenig, a member of the co
1 mittee recently formed, said:
"In numerical strength the Luther
Is the strongest Protestant body in t
world. In the I'nited States it ran
third and in New York second. In
recent government report it was sho?
itheran growth in America oi
stripped even the growth of the Rom;
Catholics, the figures standing 115 p
i nl for the Lutherans and 99 per ee
for the Catholics in a twenty-year p
riod. The first Protestant missionari
sent to India in the Fast and to Ic
land and Greenland in the West we
Lutherans. Before John Eliot, the apo
tie to the Indians, set foot on Americi
??oil and before the coming of tl
Quaker Penn, Lutheran Swedes in Tit
aware were preaching the Gospel to tl
The first hook printed for n
men was the Lutheran catechisi
translated by a Lutheran pastor lor
" the Eliot Indian Bible."
Episcopal Mission Hoard fo Meet.
The Hoard of Missions of the Fpi
copal Church will hold its regular qua
terly meeting in tho Church Mission
?' ?? next Wednesday, This board
composed of sixteen bishops, clerg;
mi n and laymen, chosen from ever
part of the United States. One t
the important matters it will ha\
under discussion is the mlsslonai
budget for the coming year. This bu<
gel will amount to about $1,700,00
In connection with this they must cot
sider the threatened deficit of $400,01'
covering the past seven years.
To meet this situation the board n
cently issued the call to al! Epi SCI
pa?ans to wipe out this deficit by eac
one giving the equivalent of one day
income in addition to all usual offei
for missions. Of the millio
I - copalisns and 7.000 parishes in th
try about 2,500 individuels and Si
hes have responded to the appea
mak ontributiona of pract
ca!ly New York has give
? 10 of th?s amount. Bisho
r, m a pastoral letter, which Wl
read la I Sunday in all the churche
la . May 23, as the tim
uhen the Episcopal ministers who hav
not already done so uro to present th
? up the special otferini
enlhu i.?*'ir. and Inter? i
?r by the members of the variou
churches it is estimated that Ne?
York's contribution will be double?
The Woman's Auxiliary recently oh
served a Hself-denial week" which net
ted a contribution of over $'?,500 to t
IN EPISCOPAL CIRCLES.
?VI the Church of the Ascension, 5tl
BV. arid 10th St., Dr. Percy Stickne;
??rant, rector, will preach at 11 a. m
on "Doei <?'?d Take Vengeance?" A
i p. m. Caul's "The Holy City" wil
be -ung. 'i he Public Forum ?rill he ?nl
dressed a* 9 p. m. by Alfred F. Smitl
on "The Si G ??"nient as a Prob
lern - 'itu'ional Convention.'
On ' ? ly, Ascension Day, th?
h at S p. m
ter the rite of confirmation
The new Holy Rood Church, Fpisco
pal, al i ."? ? and Fort v. lahingtoi
av., Wa hington Heights, will be open??
rrow morning, Bishop c. s. Burc>
? ' Sting. Dr. Stuart. ( rockett. rector
and other clergymen will assist.
_l ?he Church of the Transfigura?
tion. 1 . ? ??.**. 1 ? ? ?--n Fifth and
Madison ass, the Kev. Dr. (ieorge
Clarke Houghton, rector, rontirmatiori
will be administered by the Bishop at
?t p m. to-morrow. The Rev. William
? ?11 preach at _ p. m.
The service of consecration of the
? ! of the Intercession, Trinity
! h, recently completed, at 155th St.
Broadway, will be held on May _.">
at IO:S0 a m. Tin? date is Tuesdayef
? ?? k. Bishop David H. Creer
i will preach th?. sermon, and the clergy
rinity Church and other preacher?
of Trinity Par;*h will be in attendance.
Invitations will later be extended to
. all the clergy of the ?h?cese.
I morrow at Old Trinity the Rev.
Dr. William T Manning will preach at
ill a m.. tne Rev. W. B. Kinkaid will
ai 3:80 p m. and the *Uev. Ed
mu-"i Sills will preach at * p. rn.
Al ?..' Church of the Holy Com?
mun on, 20th st. and Sixth av., the Rev.
Dr Henr. Mottet, rector, the Right
Rev Dr Charles 9 Burch will preach
at 11 u. m. i confirmation service) and
the rector at 3 p. m. ?children's aer
? vi?-.' i am! ?? p, m.
The Ch'irch of the Holy Apostle?
will begin to-m??rrow evening a series
of s? -vices for the summer evenings,
modelled somewhat after the Pleasant
Sunday Afternoon services of the
Church of England. These will last
forty-five minutes and will be evan?
gelistic in character. The hymns,
prayers snd sermon will be grouped'
about and interpret a central theme. |
The theme for this Sunday evening
will he "Recognition." The rector,
Dr. Denlinger, vvill conduct these ser?
At St. Paul'? Chapel, Columbia l'ni
versity, the preacher at 4 p. m. to?
morrow will be the Rev. Dr. Robert W.
Rogers, of Drew Theological Seminary.
At thf Fifth Avenue Presbyterian
Church, Fifth BV. at fi?th st.. the Rev.
Dr. .1. H. Jowett will preach at both
morning and afternoon services to?
morrow. 'I he offering will be for the
Seaalde Home, at Branchport, N. J
The Rev. Dr. Howard DulTield will
conduct both ser. i-os to-morrow at
Old Firet I'm byterian church. Fifth
av., nth t.. i2th st. Al 11 a. m. he
will preach upon "The Grastest Man
in the World. At H p. m. the Holy
Communion will be celebrated.
The lfi2d free organ concert of the
popular series under the direction of
Dr. William C. Carl will be given In
the l-ir.-it Presbyterian Church next
Monday, at hin p. m., by Harold Vin?
cent Milligan, who is organist in the
Fifth Avenue Baptist Chi-rch.
At the Scotch Presbyterian Church,
Pfith st. and Central Park West, Dr.
Wat ?on will preach at 11 a. m. to?
morrow on "Seven from Three, or a
Paying Investment," and at 8 p. m. on
"Tlie Fre? and the Brave." Communion
service at 4 p. m.
Sam Small, for many years editor of
"The Atlanta Constitution," an author
ami lecturer, will speak at West Knd
Presbyterian Church, Amsterdam av.
and lOSth st., at s p. m. to-morrow on
"King Alcohol at Armageddon." At the
morning service the Rev. Dr. A. Edwin
Keigwin will preach.
At the West-Park Presbyterian
Church the Rev. Dr. Anthony H. F.vans
will preach at 11 a. m. to-morrow on
"Vital Influences." At 8 p. m. the Rev.
Dr. Anson P. Atterbury will preach.
At the Church Brotherhood meeting
next Mondav evening at " o'clock, Judge
Alfred W. P. Seaman will deliver an
address or. "Our Civil Courts and
Their Administration." Strangers are
At St. Nicholas Avenue Presbyterian
Church, corner West 141st st., the Rev.
Dr. Klliott W. Brown will preach at
both services to-morrow in the morn?
ing on "The Word of a King," and at
the evening service on "The I'se and
Misuse of the Tongue."
The Rev*. George W. Arms, jr., pastor
of the Harlem New York Presbyterian
Church, will preach at both services to
morrow at l'J-d st. and Mount Morris
Park West, in the Harlem building, at
11 a. m. on "Me and My House," and at
8 p. m. on "Man's Place in (jod's Provi?
dence." At the New York building,
lL'Mh st and Seventh av., Mothers' Day
will he observed at the morning ser?
At the Brick Church to-morrow Dr.
Merr.ll will preach at 11 a. m. and at
?1 p. m.
"Our Mothers" will he the Rev. Dr. I
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Brnailnuv an?) IStfe Street.
PASTOR 9. M. HALDEIVIAN, D.D.
II \. M.?THE siHMMi I.1KK AND I
THF, I 1\ IM, ?.?.OKI?.'*
S P. M?"111*; SHEET OF CHRIST;'
OR, < *N THOSE liMV BE SATED WHO
IIV1I. BEEN ELECTED AND CHOSEN
OK I.?Ill IIKKOKKII \M>? IS riNAL
l vllil ll.r I-KOOK llivr TIIK UNBE?
LIEVER WAS NEVER ELECTED? How?
ls IT POHHIBLE TO BE ASSURED OF
The -??nula? 1 ?ruine K.TanaelUtle Ser
Tiie? in I lii? Church Arr Marked with
I'oHrr. \ I ordliil luv ?tut ?on to All._
MADISON AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH.
MADISON AM-: . - 'Ht 1ST ST
C. A. EATON, D.D.?Pastor,
nul pr?*arh Sun lay at II A M mk? R I* M
Vr-lnn BU - ? a I ' Ras ?' F Hall. L?ai1?r
T.ipl.-. "What I? Frl??d?lilp7"_
FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH,
4 to s MM Hlfe srrrrr.
Ray. CORNELIUS WOELFKIN. 0. 0.,
Paator. pri-a-l.?a at 11 A M a-I ? F M.
Bun-laj - ' Hlt>7r ( la.??'?. ? 4? A. M.
7 P. vi Tounf People's Boctati M-atUif.
_FrMay. Irasrr Mrnl-g, I |- VI
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH.
:? 1 at., aa-tattrdaa A?a.
FRANK vi UOODtHIUJ. I) l>. Putar.
11 -'i?. Ratal's 1 M and III saitafa.-Uon." I.
>r. ? I la j i . ?i iir?? un "F-rgoueii CommaJu)
., -. - '<i.1gr"_^
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH,
1.71 W?4?t .-i7ih St.
Rr? Jrairph ?V h.-mi>. of I unburg?. HroUani,
WASHINGTON HEK.HTS BAPTIST ~CTT?RCH,
14.-*i B4I-M an.I Cvniaiil A??.
1! A M II-, llar I PattHtofl PraJtvdM I P M
BiKhaiian Morgan Mainui-rip-a llliaatrstad
JUOSON MEMORIAL. ?,..Mii|Wi bmHntm, Sal A
frad I ? l'.">fi?ai?nf HlblU-al Lil?r?iur? at
ro?gala . i - tin?.- Art." i. "nie tmttmt
? ?i . M.ri i Hmm "
MAl'IBON ( 1 1TT.KS. North Churrh. W 11-h.
? i u.? ? ? r ? r 11 ?nil i to-mono*
( HKISTUN SCIF.VCK.
ItrftaPJ tr? t.??'.?*> In In? fol!o?rla|
Sun... I I A. M and 8 P. M. WeeV, 8 P. M.
b, (>? ir?l P?rk Wrat ai-.<! ?'-h BL
. I : uri a. > a itraJ l'*rk Wr?t ? ,| ."mi, Bt.
? a- i viaiiao.. A??.
Kuiirth Church, I-, Ws?bloftoa A? an I I7?u m.
i via 11 .i A?? an.) Mlb Rl
Broad*?? and SSth 8lr?a4.
r>r. JEFTF.RSOS ptrictin 11 A M a-.d I p M
DIM 11*1 .l.s OF CHRIST.
CENTRAL CHURCH. 142 WaM Mil St
11 A VI Ba-rasaa b) I>r IAMBI? M l-HILPriT
tacho??! 10 A M i . ? ? |. M
ETHHAI. 4 Till HE.
Tha 8acl?ty tar Ethical Cultura,
i . I?
Mart) i H-nia?. ?r Ira. l*a.-K W k ?4(rt ?t
11 A M Or. FELIX ADLER. Sa?akar.
"Tha Ethical Saclrtj?What It
Spiritual and Ethical S?clat>. Ill W US, Umtm
Hrigham ?[M-aka -jaornlna and nm\ ? i ?
MF.IHOI.l-4l El'lsl OPAL.
ST. PAUL'S METHODIST CHURCH
S 't 1 . ! A .? a : '???? ?'rt*l
CHARLES L.GOODELL, D.D., Pastor
11 A M BWMf I M BARHFORO ft ihlna.
? I* M 1?H i,?i.ini.i.i. ,,.. u ? .
Rev. W. H. MORGAN, D. D.
II A V| n, M ..? ,:i| R, Mm
_' t M lira?. |,, Nat?? and A-tliliita"
MADISON AVE. r?1f
11 A M l--ra 'i,, ,,, n? (-,,?i|, I? J.??,, o p
S| ?' I:-? i.i i , li?t W:,iaio J Thomp.
? r D._B
GbACt a rhrtaUan t R?l?n?-r "ll
- 4 Wh. V Y ttmow.
ar?-uman l'hanllrr ?aill ap?aa
Old John St Church "iht
Walter Duncan Buchanan's subject to- '
morrow at 11 a. m. in the Broadway
Presbyterian Church, Broadway and
114th ?t. In the evening Dr. Bu?
chanan's subject will be "The New
It was said that while the Harlem
New York Presbyterian Church was
using two buildings no growth in
membership could he expected, and that
was given a? an argument against
union. Last Sunday, the second for the
united church, six p?-ople, all adults,
appeared before the ession, and were
received into membership.
At the Labor Temple, 14th st. and
Second av., at 5 p. m. to morrow Pro?
fessor William ?!. Durant will give a
lecture on "War." Jonathan C. Dav,
superintendent, will ?peak at & p. m.
on "My Mother an?! Yours."
?V tha Lafayette Avenue Fresby
terian Church, corner of South Oxford
st., Brooklyn, the minister. Dr. Charles
Carroll Albertsmi, will preach at 10:JO
a. m. on "A Persistent Seeker." and at
7:4.'. p. m. on "In Him Was Life."
"Welcome to the Sailors of Our Bat?
tleships" will be the prelude to Dr. S.
Edward Young's sermon "New Needs of
Our Oft-Moving People" to-morrow
evening in the Bedford Presbyterian
Church, Nostrand av. and Dean sf ,
Brooklyn. "To-day'? Ideal Mother"
will be the subject of the morning ser?
At the Marble Collegiate Church,'
Fifth av. and 29th st., Dr. Burrell will
preach at 11 a. m. to-morrow on "A De?
fence of Heresy," and at 8 p. m. on
"Let All the People Say Amen."
At the Collegiate Church, West End
av. and 77th st., at 11 a. m. to-mor
, row, the Rev. Dr. William I. Chamber
; lain, will preach. At 4:30 p. m. Mr.
Nichols will preach.
In Hamilton Orange Reformed
Church, Dr. Paul Seibert Lelnbaeh will
preach at 11:00 a. m. to-morrow on
"Badges of Honor," and at n:00 p. m.
in ?ecognition of Mothers' Day Dr.
I.einbach will speak on "The Influence
of the Home." Next Wednesday at
! 8:00 p. m. Mr. Alfred Winn will de?
liver an illustrated lecture on "The
Transformation of Savages in Inland
The Mott Haven Reformed Church,
that stocd for sixty years at Third av.
and l.fith st., The Bronx, and that has
been moved to a new site facing 146th
st., will be opened for services to-mor?
row. Dr. W. H. S. Demarest, president
of Rutgers College, will preach the
sermon at 11 a. m. In the evening ad?
dresses will be delivered by Dr. J. M.
Hodson, pastor of the Fordham Manor
Reformed Church, and by Dr. William
I. Chamberlain, secretary of the Board
of Foreign Missions, R. C. A.
At the Madison Avenue Methodist
Episcopal Church, 60th st. and Madison
av., there will be preaching at 11 a. m.
by the Rev. Dr. Curtis Lee Laws, and
at 8 p. m. by the Rev. Dr. William J.
The Madison Avenue Methodist
Church has received word from Dr.
Worth M. Tippy, for ten years pastor j
of the Fpworth Memorial Church, in !
Cleveland, that he will assume his new
duties as pas'or of the Madison Avenue
chuich on May 16.
Dr. Jamieson will preach at 11 *?. m. !
and 8 p. m. at the Park Avenue Church,
corner of 86th st. Evening subject, "A,
Mother's Sermon." There will be spe-?
cial music appropriate for Mothers'!
Day service, arranged by Christiaan i
ACODAN HALL. 32 W. 43RD ST.
THE NEW THOUGHT CHURCH
Sundaja 11 A. M . Y. W. Stir?. Speaker.
_Heir Hi? W.'mlsrful l'lps Organ._
laiuru o.* Tiiy. hialino rnmsT.
LAUREL ROOM. HOTEL, AATOB, HI MiAY, IV. ,
Tutor. REV Dit W JOHN MllllLAT.
Buhfeet "T-iat A? a H?a;in_ l'iiwa.."
FIFTH AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN
Fifth Av?. and Hth SL
REV. J. H. JOWETT, D. D., Pastor
BerrUei at 11 A. M ? ! 4 30 P. M.
Ut. Jowr-tt w.il prxai'h at both a?rTtees.
Ofrarln. fnr Scasl'l? Home at Brarnhport, N. J.
Mss_*l Klhle ClSSS at 10 A. M
Tha MM W'rk Barrica in ilia fTiapal on '.VrslnMdaj
at .1 U IV M will b? r-nnurtrsl by Dr. JowctL
J/lftb Stemm a:.?l Third ?etanth Slra?**_
Minis?.rs )V?|I.I,IAM IIKIISO.N MERRILL
?iir.i.irn /M.ASK I.A1IMKK JAM.WAY
DR. MERRILL will prrscli ai II an. at ?J
H1i>!- K.-II.-01 II HO A M
Mldwsrk s. rsi.r. WCtandai. at ? 15 P. M
noun sKiivn i; i.vi.in ?\i.r.i?HA*i. I. IS-IS S?,
MADISUN SQ. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Ms Us ? S?s-aiM .?? -i J4'ii Stoat
REV. C. H. PARKHURST, D. O.. Pastar.
REV. C. R MONTGOMERY. PH. 0..
?" ? Uli Miiiiat.r.
, The riator will i~rr.li ?1 A M . and Dr Uoot
."lut-t. at the . I."ral a?r?". ?. a T M.
University Place Presbyterian Church
fur IStta Strate
! He?. QKORGK ALEXANDER. D D.. Mi-iuur.
will iirea-'li at 11 A M
MiHhrrV D-j Smi.-a at 4 30 P M.
i hanrclior Br '?n nf Sea Y?irk lnlt?>r.ltj wlU
' _ Ksigning Sr>rru? ominad
wTsTPARK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Itxh St. an. Amsttrdam Asa.
Ray. ANSON P. ATTERBURY. O. O. I
Rev. ANTHONY H. EVANS. 0. 0. )
tir F?. AV- ?,r?s. M?, si II A M.
|ir ATlKirlll BY al S f H
~ THE union theological seminary.
rianlia li. Hi? i.'liap*l, ('larsinoiit _?rnue. be'wean
1.0th a:'1 1....-I Sire?!*, si ileMn ovio.-k l're_-her,
, Ui< rr-Tsrrs.i Ul'Oil-LL i: w rosBKOKK. D I?
Tin annulai..-? of all not ref-larl- worshipping
aia?*??li?n i? ioi.ps; y lueltn.
lilil? Si sirl Bros Iwa-,
Walter Duncan Buchanan. 0. O..
_triiriii'n onm ma at II A M mai S P. M
OLD FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
FIFTH AVENUE-ELEVENTH STREET
FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Wnt End Ave. and Slit St.
EDGAR WHITAKER WORK. D. D.. Pastar.
[)t Wurk, : : . I?-? Y K Y.ri. .son. ?.
??rat ttet st FrwariMta-,
Now la s'r-i ?I I Wi .i :- - -?
R?. WILLIAM NTEE? ROSS, A M. I'ut-iT
COME ANO SEE.
Si-etch Praibvterlan Church,
. ?? A i ?? T?. lark Ur-,'
llollEUT WATSON, Mlnlatrr,
p-r. -, at 11 A M -j : * l' M
lies Wilton Marls-Smith. Ii It Pss'.ir.
wl . r*?e.'li s' Il A M ?i.d Has
John Oauflai Adam. I? 1?. ?t I Id r M.
Ft. Washington Presbyterian Church,
K4tli sr . MSI maamtmSS,
ft.?.. OANIEL HOFFMAN MARTIN. D. 0..
will pr-arl- al 11 A M and ? P M.
1! A M ' .1 St A Ml M ma W
Rev. GEO. I. ARMS, Jr.
HtW TUnF? i I h SI A ?.?-?nth. ?., ]
R?v. DANIEL RUSSELL. D. 0..
' I P m.
r Mist St
ST. NICHOLAS AVE?, ?.?,...
Ras KID ? ? mttma, D D . Minister
CHURCH OF THE HEAVENLY RIST.
rtftk As?, abiv? ?'?i. m
Ites HERBERT SHII'MAN. R..'-.r
S A M . BtSt Cs_*-P_-_-B! II M.?rr.ln_ Prajsr
Rrrmrin. rf'?r ?. B??_J 1 l-'?)?r S-rmoti
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH.'l^ini A??t-u? an_~i?d
8l-*l II P M? UDlM. D IV l__*trn* I n
A AL. Pi- HuUa. I P. M . K?s Mr. n_*_
Krien*, violin soloist. Madam Hflen
Wetmore Npuman. late of Komi?erie
Opors, B??rliti, erill ling, Mr. C. H. Ken
worthy, trumpft soloist, will ploy.
Roprpst'ntn'ivri \V. M. ?"handler. Fir?
Commission?*-r Robr-rf A'lamson, AMt
man Darnel F.. Hedel! and probably
State Senator W. M. Hcnnott will speak
briefly "' (?rare M<*thodist ' hurch,
Won 104th ?t., at 7:15 p. m. to-mor?
row. The rliurrh is in the mid-*', of a
campaign for $60,000, and the?e men.
who live In the district, will tell why
they think the campaign xhould sur
eeetj. At 11 a. m. I>r. Roisner will
prearh on "Rent for All Kinds of
(?reat. interest Is shown In the dinner
of Methodist men. next Friday, in the
reetaursnl of the Simpeon-Crswfsrd
Building, and It is expected ?hat st
I i ? une thousand men will be in at?
tendance. Th? ffuests will include M.
I,inn Bruce, ex-Lieutenant iioverr.or;
E. M. Morgan, Postmaster of New
York: ex-President Taft, Rixhop Luther
B. Wilson and Dr. W. F. Oldham.
At I'nitarian All Souls' Church the
Rev William Laurence Sullivan will
preach on "What Is Faith?" at 11 ?. m.
The Rev. John Haynes Holmes, minis?
ter of the (hurch of the Messiah < Uni?
tarian >, Park av. and 34th st.. will
preach at 11 a. m. to-morrow the second
of two sermons on "Will Our Civiliza?
tion Kndure?" In this second sermon
Mr. Holmes will discusa "The Forces
Making; for Conservation."
As a result of the series of ten ger?
mons preached by Mr. Holmes on
"Force Versus N'on-Reslstance." a per?
manent peace committee has been or?
ganized in the church for the further?
ance of the campaigrt against war.
"A Sermon in Verse" will be Dr.
Merle St. Croix Wright's sermon topic
at the Lenox Avenue Unitarian Church
General Items of the Week.
At the Church of the Divine Pater?
nity, (entrai Park West and ?<3th st.,
the Rev. Dr. Frank Oliver Hall will (
preach-at 11 a. m. on "Standardizing,
Greatness." A memorial to William J.
Tinirue will be unveiled, with a brief
address bv Pr. Hall and special music
by the quartet under the direction of
J. Warren Andrews, organist.
At the Broadway Tabernacle, Broad?
way and 56th st., the Rev. Dr. Charles
E. Jefferson, pastor, will preach at
both morning and evening services to?
Don C. Shelton, president of the Na?
tional Bible Institute, will speak at the
Institute headquarters building, 2U
West 3?th st., at 3:45 p. m. to-morrow
on "Sowing for a Harvest Large and
Sure." The Manhattan Gospel Hall
Chorus will s\ng.
The outdoor evangelistic meetings of
the Xational Bible Institute, which be?
gan in March, will be carried forward
on a greatly extended schedule, begin?
ning Monday. Meetings are being
held at noon and at night and on Sun?
day afternoons at crowded centres of
the city. The general direction of the
outdoor meetings is in charge of a
company of business men of which
Trank H. Mann is chairman. The
general director of the Institute's cam?
paign this summer is John N. Wolf. It
is expected that 1,200 outdoor evan?
gelistic meetings will be held.
The American Tract Society wijl cel?
ebrate its ninetieth anniversary next
week. The exercises begin with the '
annual sermon, which will be preached
to-morrow at 11 a. m. upon the invita-,
tion of the Society in the Fourth Pr?s-1
7, 8, 9 a. m., Holy Communion.
10:30 a. m . Litany,
lia. m., Morning Prayer, Holy Com?
munion and Sermon.
3:30 p. m., Evensong.
8 p. m., Service and Sermon.
Week-day Services i
7:30, 9 a. m.; 3 p. m.
Short service for business people daily
except Saturday at 12 m.
Ascension Day, Thursday, May 13,
10:30 a. m., Morning Prayer, 11a.
in , Holy Communion and Sermon.
nu mu op? au, pat.
ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S CHURCH
Maiilsnn A?enu* at 44th Street.
T..? lie? I.a-iKhto,, Park?, DD.. Rocto?.
I A M H "It t'nmrrunloii
11 A M Mnrnliig frayer anil Remon.
4 P M Kt-tMttng l-r?>rr god Soraoon.
Thr* lt?vinr -fill pr?a.-li at both ???loa?
Anthem. 4 I*. M . Ki-?rp?? from "Tha R?auiT?o
_____ _ Hon." ?;?? ?nvi.
CATHEDRAL OF ST. J0HN~THC OIVINC.
A?at.rdam Anu.ua and 111th, 8tre?u
I A M Th? Hol? I'nmmiiiilnn.
?A M Tha Bol] 1" mnmiiloii (Italian).
M A M Hie Mnlv ?i.mmiinlon.
11 A It Pr?-?. h?r. Rat* Ed?) I.. Stodda??S.
IF M rrf-a.-lirr. Ra-I riiarln? A Bro?rn.
lignite for Knval Ari-anum. )
Dailr Ntrtcag, 7 M a It MS IL - ? f It
IcboraJ m cap? Monday and Saturdu'
r?TcRc','!!.,JY.PARI8H- CHAPEL OF THE I?TepV.
CESSION. Broad?.?) sad 1 *b 8ir?>.t. K? M H
?lATEJa I> |>. \i,?r S 00 and ?.?5 A at. Hoi?.
? nminiinlnri: 9 4.. Sunday S.-h?ol arid -*7_Idran'g
bmnteo, II or). Morning l-rayar and ???rnion, 12 00
Hoi? i ?mmun'.vi. *. I- M . Animal Ronde, of th?
VVtAhlligtam ll-lghtj <'h?-it?r <-f tha P. A B, All
? ' II??? ? A II rordlgll? lri,?.t?d
st. Sbomae'e -Xburcb
KIKTII AM ANI> 53D ST.
, .*?_ BW?I M RTIBKS. D. P. R-tor.
? A M. nil? ?...mraunlrri.
II. Monilng S'r.i,,. a I -?-mon (Sartor).
4 .Hi Regiment Veter?as
? P M Hour of Organ Muale._ _
CHURCH OF THE HOLY COMMUNION.
Kiail) A?, at .OU) St.
I 00 A M ? Ho!?- cnaimuiilon.
11 oo A. M ?Conarmgiiea H:??i"p Bureo.
11 00 It?H ?*?-?.
8 00 P M ?rhlldroii*? rVr.l.-a.
I 15 I* M -rraueta Borrlo
* *? P M ? frotthet, tha llea-for.
Cb? Ascension "SSST
Bat. I>r vr.Hi V srUKMY GRANT. Rat-tor.
11 ?Iorr.lt f Hr???-r si?d Potmotl i IWl.irl
n<v> (, i i... \ ,-., t?
4 E.tanaorg. Oaul's I - II
? Hon Aifr.i E -::. ., I ? HlltA r.o.?a-nrae?u
M a P-h'?m of Iha ro??tltutl<mgl ron??,(ion _
St. (Beorae'0 Church
it on 16th Sir.-?!. Ka?t of r I A??iu?.
All *4.aia Er?w? All UVI.'Omf*.
K\KI KEII.AM?. Ke.tor.
SMlvag I, 11 ilii.iori ?...I ?
Kp??-]?i ia i?,. ?,frj m. ii, ??rung
ST. JAMES' CHURCH
Madiamk ktmmm ard 71st Kt-??t
Hoi? Ceinmuiiini, ?. ?'hlldr-i-a ]S?>r*l?-?t 145
Mor ir f |'ra??r A totmon i Blah?? Cauri????, 11
_h?n Ing lra??r A Annual Chair S?r?lc?. 4
CHURCH OF THE HOLY APOSTLES
*7*lt? A?* ?nd .-:, Hi
R.a lir.N'UY K DEXU.NOU1 r, p. Raclor
?* aa1ahl.lt? ? - , |,r? ?. ??^?j,, s
daj(o?7.n l..g Horn,--. L?ai?g.lUtlc add rosa b, th.
!>>? NATHAN A HKA<iLr7. P. D..
li ? M ~!.19,h Anu?????- Ranie?,.
- *l M MvulogJ s?r?i?-a
?Wj?.ia-aSg' Church wa?t ltd a?., a iial.
Hoir (.omrounl? I A M Morning r*rav?r and
Rormo,, t,, y,, neoct. 11 A M SU E????_g '
? 1 M Mtraii???r? ?<? |
THE TRANSFIGURATION. I E. |*?T-'
rOMMI Nlovs 7 ?. r? A M At 10 .10 ??KRMON
?XfOXK-Jj MAX I..NKIKMATII.N "? ?
lutins':.,H:v^ v<v ??*? -
t?!."'-?t. C,M,???H,C4.M', ?^^wer et ti? it?
Th. He EDWIN J ,.? fn?n, R?ctor.
Hrrol.-M i 11 A M . ?J P M
CpA,"fu?rrUr"?CvH' -?'??"???? tot mt, atrvHt I
V iU^7TrV?TV.R"?""? 'i ?'"I H '??tul).
4 (_> Waahbumi. I (|_*. Sdvaitlal.
' hyterlan Church, Wosr \ -\ ,y
91st ?? . by the pus?- r. the Rev. fo 5
gar W'hitaker Work The annu?! ?*??_*
ing of the society will b<- (*,?>!(, Wesju
day ?* 4 p. m. in the Marble Co'ieJ__!
Church. Fif'h av. an-i _:?*??? ?. *?
The nert Fulton Street mon*li|r||r
lecture will be he . lonatfaZ
Prayer M ?-?tins: Room, ;ir? Fulton??
at 7:30 p. m. nex* ? 'h an _l
-!r?*<-- by F. C. Jenr.rn?,? on 'INa.?*."
The sps-aker at the 2^-1 Street Y _
?*'. A.. 216 West 23d it . it S 0. ?'?
morr?"?**' will he the }'-???. T?e?4?
Sedfwick. rector of Calvary (hank
11? will ?peak on 'he ?
iMon of Young Mm."
Thomas Mott Osborr.e, war.? -t
Sing Sing prison, will give the ?fl-j^.
at 11 a. m. to-morrow st Carne??.
Hal. before the Free Synagogis, iat??
ing on "For the F'ri?v->n?r and the
State." A short address -ill s?sela
Rinds by Adolph Ijowl^nhr, prtnitm
of the National Commit*.?"? on Prime,
and Pri.-on Labor.
The subject of th*> l?*s-o' -*?rm?-?e la
th? Christian Science churches to,
morrow will be "Adam and F?U#a
Man," and the golden ter.: Paalm
82:10), "Many sorrows shall b? to tie
wicked; but he that trusteth In t_s
Lord, mercy shall compasa him sbett*
At 11 a. m. to-morrow, at the Meat.
inj*r House of the Society for E*.hi__
?. ? ?-ntral Park U'?sr an(j t^g
It. dr. Felis AHler will deliver the
thirty-ninth anniversary address, Vsa
ing for his subject: "tht Lthicsl __.
ciety What It Means." At 11 a. a
the Brooklyn Soc.ety for E'hical Celt.
ure meets at the Brooklyn Acedia*tt
Music and will be addressed by Dr.
Henry Neumann on "Nretziche's Die
trine of the Superman."
Dr. Manuel Rrvero will give s leeV
ure on "Will We Know Our Frieedi
In the Future Life?" at the hall. ?M
West 181st st, next Thursday evtnint,
Mrs. M. Rlvero will iirg the **?
manee" from "Carallerla P.jstlcana."
The Rev. W. John Murray will ipeek
to-morrow at 11 a. m. In the Lain!
Room of the Hotel Aitor, where the
Chnrch of the Healing Christ li hell
ing regular Sunday services. The ent?
ice*, will be "Trust as a Healing
"Experience" will he ?he sobjeet if
Dr. P. W. Sears's lecture at 11 a. n.
to-morrow in the New Thought
Church, Aeolian Hall, 12 to 3? Weg
43d et. This will be the closing ser?
vice of the regular season, hjt the
church service will be continued is
another location all summer until the
reopening of the regular season tgtk
next fall. Announcement of the se*
location /or the summer services w_
be made next week.
The Rev. Dr. Hughell F. W roibrth.
will preach at 11 a. m. to-tnorrow st the
chape! of Union Theological >?ra:_sr?,
Claremont av., between 120th and 1214
The New York Port Society will re
dedicate after extensive slteratisM ite
building, 1*56 and l__ Eleventh av., nie
Friday, at s p. m. Then will b?. i.
dresses by Rev. Dr. Wilton Mi r.?-Smith
and visiting officers of the 1'. S. Navy.
Miss Villa Faulkner Page will begin
to-day, at 11 o'clock, a serre? of ton
Saturday morning lecture*, at the Hotel
Majestic, 72d st. and Central P*.
West, Miss Pace's subject to-d_M|,
be "Youth and Its Seer? I ! ?ev
trice (ioldie, Miss Irene ?'rim* ! 11
Ricci, violinist, and other musieta
will contribute to the programme. 1_S
seats are free and the public :*? rnritie
To-morrow evening Mrs H '>n Ti?.
pie Brigham will speak for tne Spirit?
ual and Ethical Society, at 142 WH.
125th st., on "Th-r? Undiscovered Coui?
try, Undiscovered No Longer."
CHURCH OF ZION AND ST. TIMOTIT
HI Sttat ITU* ? ?*?*
lUs-tar. Re*? lll.NKY LI HI.? K. D C _
Ho'.!/ roniniunron. ? t**%
Momlni Prayer Preacher. The Rector UAK
Ere-rUni Prayer. Pre_/*l*??r Res Dr Rushtae IF. E
Morr.lnj Prayer: Ho:y <'<mmunt.*n Pr*?_.
er. The Kertnr ......._. ._ _^ ?AJ.
CHURCH OF THE I ?.CAM ATM
I A M. The ?..Ir Ommunlon li. UttamJ
Prayer, ae-mo' . reel r 4 1' M , F*? i r,u
ad-ir?e, Rt Res II It Hula-, H'_>~. ?if f____
THE MIDni.E COLLEGIATE rUTH-Cl,
21 Ase. a:.. 7t__ Si
Re? JOHN G FA?'.U D. -> , M.nJjUi.
will tmn at n A M en. IPS
THE MARBLE COLLEGIATE CHCEC*
Sth A?e a. I :'?tb S
Re*. DAVTD JAS ID KKKIX. D D . __-**?
11 A M ?"A Prfar.? of H,v-.t "
S P M ?"Let A.l Ui? I'r-rp.? .*i_T Am?."
THE COLLEGIATE IHTRCH Of tt
Sth Ar?. tad 4*-h (at
Rat VAIjCniM JA_ MA? LKOD. D D. ?_-_-?
?I pr?s, h at 11 A. M icHP H
rhur-h R.-hool I 43 A M
Quart?. _<-?*_mpailr.1 hy Or?s:i. Harp tat eaam
THE ?TEST ENO COLLEGIATE CHt-rC
v?>.t L: 1 A?? and ti !l St.
R?J? HFVRY KVKRTSOV l'iBB. D *> . *?---?*-_
Re? Wl :iira I Ctiar.it*?rl_ln. D D ?rill STgS
at 11 A M Ar 4 30 P M Hm T** fnai UeSeat
Nlrheli win preach The ?Tiolr ??' ? i tamtam
from the wi?r_a et Precl??*!.-. Staeenae?
HAMILTON GRANGE ? ,<\t?r_225*
PAt I. SKUlLItr I.F.INBA<"H. D D
Il A M "Bedeae es* Honor **
IP M "H.-roe InSiMaiirs)'' lllot?lara Day taste.
REFORMED CHURCH OF HANLCM.
L?ii..? A???.?i? sn.l 1. .-1
Re?. F.Ik-AR TILTO.N, Jr. D l< . aStt
_??i_i_i_ oret h u II A M. i
(MM IKTV ME KKItr.M'*.
RFT.inint S Siii'lKTY OK FRIFVDS
Ueettap fi - ?? ral 'p 11 ovick, 11 ?
Miiihit'iii. I.af??*ri? and Wsihlnr
:?n \i<- ? MeeUass. Maabatt-B, t o'.-ioc_.
RELIGIOUb .UCIETY OF FSItisJO?. >*<__?
fnr n.irshlp. 11 a m . a! I?1 Fs?' I b ?-. amr
fcattan. and IIP 8. h-rrurrh .rt? er . Br? Jilr*___,
HP?KITI -I 1-1
Payehaleilcal Research Society. I?? " ?"Is R*
?9(h A Madlaon At?, -? Is* '?. t?i??_;r
Thurs.1ay. Ratunlar, ?: Wi ay. S I" M ?
dus heo Keen ce T ;.-!.-. ? P vt B? TV*??
CHURCH r0;, MESSIAH --?-':
JOHN HAYNES HOLMES
?m team h at il a m
WILL OUR CIVILIZATION .INDURE?.
mm i?* THOMAS n si ???
Kef \\\I. LAi KLM I. M I 1.. - I "
will prre.li Suh.li ? 'W il ?1 I- ! V rH' ?*?
rum ?t il A M a _
LENOX AVENUE UNITARIAN CMtSCS.
I'on.er 1.1.t KtraH - ?' *-.e?aa
?'A SERMON IN VERSE.'
Res Mrr tjtt I jf ?'?L
IMII K*?\l l?T.
YHl CHURCH OF THE DIVINE ??Til?'?'
Central Park West ael 7W Str-et-_
R?? ntASh. IlLIVKR HAU. D ?'? ?___?
. il II A M . "SUn-ardHi-il -reaJgB.
"I >l < \.
"Dliarmarrr l_Md ra Rr
Wrat sil? Y M C A - ? *? - ?JL-_
?UHtr.K MRU( E5.
Yhe tlihtyaevaat* Aa?Ker?*r> V ti e tamMS*
???nirna Knenl Hoctoty will I? h?! t In lb?J ??_"i
A?r i? (VniretattnnaJ t'hurrh i '* ' .?***u,*,_r
A??Niuel. Rr.-klyn. X *i . on Hu ?!?) *?tV **_
111., at I A >f T" ' ?
?III he preaili?*.! Li ?he l'aa'or. Senani ?? ?___!?.
D D s st.- iirealdent of the Am-f-.-fn- 8aa__"?
I rlrs 1 .* ^______ _TI?C_r*
Faur Saturday Merala| Lacfurta. ? a ??*
MISS VILLA FAULKNER PABE
H tai Maleette, rid h? . ir-'ni ra?? '?T*_-.
Ruh)?<*t. Mn ??] '?. ,.-n s. I I - ??-?*----.
Ro4i4at. Mme B-*4tn?*e ???l.tla Vi.-M'-.e*. AkSS ^^
_?Vais Free Public I ?l_?_ j*
Coa-?o?ooii-Ai. \i>->rTiN<;!s. i?? *?*? "??? j? ____
Thurada? ?wi.mts at tt. Mwelo lay |t_s* -?*,,,"
D?. Rlsero. at-ajuu. Ail ?alcstSM.