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THE STUN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1916.
Wearing Brldnl Gown, She En
tertains TIioso Who Helped
. . Iter Daring Trinl.
HAPHEST PAY OP LIFE
tfetng A-wny for Few Weeks
Best, but Will Spend
"Winter in Cnhhvell.
Wmlns her tiridal sown of ten yenrs
lafo and receiving Iter ftuput In the
from at 7 lllllcrc.it Itojul, Caldwell,
K. J., tn Ii ttlie shot her ltttaliand to
death for hl cruelties nnd threats to
hr, Mr. Margaret Clalro lJcutlnner en
tertained at a happy dinner last tilrf.t
hr counsel, nevcnil of tho vvltnecs for
th defence) and the nno man cn the first
Itiry whore atcadfaat refusal to contpro
WtM on .a verdict nf tnanaliuiKhtcr in
directly rebutted In her freedom.
The dinner. Intended only n n mark
tt her appreciation for the eervlpcn rrn
4red In the days alio wns defending her
Mt arilnst h charge of murder In the
rat degree, could not iivold taking on
tka naturo of a Jojous celebration over
tk "not guilty" verdict returned Thura
day In Newark In tho court of Judge
William P. Martin.
"This Is tho happiest nnd most (rlor
teux day nf my life," exclaimed the
radiant little woman when die had a
Wment for tho waiting newspaper men.
"It Is the hejtlnnlnff of a new year for
Ml I nm bcKlniiinc llfo araln.
i Trlcarnma Pnnr In,
"For the first time In months I havp
played with my five little children with
out fear In my heart. It It wonderful
(e be relieved of the apprehension which
Many times I thought would crush me.
I have received congratulations from
hundreds of truo friends'. More than a
hundred tclecranm havo come to me to
4ay, nome of them from far distant
joints. I have had cable from mem
bers of my family In Knglind and one
from my father In Jamaica."
Concerning her Immediate plans, Mr.
utlnser tali :
"Within u few da 1 nm ko!iik to
take a good rest, I shall stay here until
tha cane nf Krncst It) man. the man who
came to my cell and Hald he would have!
eonvlctejl me. Is nettled. Then I am
going away for a few weeks, hut I shall
atny In Caldwell during the winter, for
my children wilt be In school heie." I
Mrs. Heutlncei s guests last night were ,
Robert H. MrCarter of Newark, her
Mnlnr counsel; Walter (J. llrandley of,
Caldwell, Junior eoun-el ; Mr, and Mrs. i
John H. He Hans of Washington, l. C.:1
jotin j i. i e nans 01 vauiugiun. i ..;
Mr. and Mr. John I'nahu of ffw'r.k S
Mr. and Mi Kr.u.U Illnkel of VI tsfleld.
Mass., nnd l.corge 1-. Card of Newark.
- iv ii-.... iil.
fled that Chrlstnf Iteutlnger. the slain
man, once had hought tn persu.nle lilm
to swear falsely that lie hail seen Mrs.
Bautlnaer In a compromising situation.
Mr, Card, It was learned yest'rday for ,
Ult first time, r,M responsible for the
disagreement of the Jury at the first
trial, whr.i nil of tho other membsrs
war willing tn iotr.pr.m!s3 on n verdict,
f manslaughter, Mr, Card Is said to
have held out for a verdict of nequiltnl
acalnst thn othrr eleven men.
hiirrntimlPil tiy I'rlpiiAa,
All thrnush the day Mfn, llculing-r
' Hi aurrouuded hy rolailveu nnd friends.
MSin had coma tn ruurenit Ihrlr hnntilttrss
at the outcome of the trinl, 'Die five I
atllldren Margaret r.nd Mnrin nnd Fred,
Christopher and lllllle -romt'sd about
tha house and tu the yard In carefree
fashion for tins first time ilncn their
mother was tnl.-rti sway fm.il them after .
tha atiootlug. July 11. Winn she was
net talking with ihne gathered to cop-1
"The Car of a
Kratulalo her he ytnn nnswerlnic one of
tho multltudo of telephone calls; when
she was not at tho telephone ahe was
playing with her much beloved young
sters. Ho passed the day which she
said was her happiest.
In a formal statement ahe said:
"I havo no plans except to devote my
life to my babies. My future actions
will depend on tho advlco of my relatives
and those who havo proved tuieh good
friends to me In my trouble. You may
say that I think my trial was conducted
fairly by Prosecutor Newman, und I
havo no words of censure except for De
tective tlodfrcy. l'lease say that I wish
to thank tho newspapers for their fair
ness to mo nnd mine."
Krnest H. TIyin.ni, director of the
Hoard of Freeholder, who was ono nf n
party thnt visited Ilia Jail while- Mrs.
Heullngcr was a pilsoncr there. Is under
Indictment on Mrs. lleutlngcr's story
that ho catno to her cell and upbraided
her, Mrs. Hcutlnuer will be the princi
pal witness when he cornea up for trial
After thnt, on the advice of her physi
cian, rr, K. I j. Ives of T.lttle Falls. N. J
she will leave for n rest of three or four
weeks. Her children will be entered as
pupils at the Mount HI. Dominic Acad
emy In Caldwell.
JuilKr laanra Statement.
JiAIro Martin issued a statement last
nljrht delving tho published report that
Mrs. HoiitlitRer nnd her family had
come to him nftcr the trial nnd thanked
10 m. IK- also denied for Detectlvo Lieut.
Wnlter Oodfrcy tho report that the dc
tecMvo had said Judge Martin "enter
tained the whole Itcutlugcr family at his
'These statements." said Judge Mar
tin, "phc tho Impression that I failed
to uphold the dignity of tho court re
sponsible for the Impartial administra
tion of Justice in a most Important case
Involving the serious charge nf murder
ami was overwhelmed by tho remark
alVe sentiment that has been so prom
inent throughout tho case."
Judge Martin nssertcd that lie saw
no member of the Iteutlnger family nftcr
the verdict was returned In open court.
The only basis for the report, he said,
probably was tho circumstance, as the
Judse was Informed, that Mrs. Iteutlnger,
accompanied by the clerk of the court,
stepped Into a room adjoining the
Judge's chambers for a minute or two
for the purpose of signing her parole
ns n wltnrsa n the It) man case.
SHAW PLAY AT BARNARD.
llriiinntli- Snelr I'rrsenta "Drill's
lllselplr" ill ItrliicUerlintr Tlii-nlri-.
"Wigs nnd f'ttes," the dramatic society
in Unriiard College, pren-nted "Hevll's
DlKClple," Us first Shaw play. Inst night
In the llrlnclterhofr Theatre. The Chirac
tcrx weii" taken bv the college girls, who
had been trained effectively by Miss
Helen Kind of the Drnina league, New
York. The piny will be repeated to-night,
The prixeeds of the cutertalunieuts will 1
! used to Install n slmplilled lighting
yyatctit nnd other Improvements In the,
Those liv the cast nro Kllzabeth Wright.
j,cm. Smith. Ksther ltrlttaln. Aline .Mar-'
,,,, , rorpi Mavcr. Vera Kl.ifmanJ
IuMnn. Teresa Mayer. Vera K
Mlldre.l Uloul. Sclma Cohen. Itu
1 I(,,p A,fK ,.., c.ltTi
,'., ,. iwhrin :.n,l Am
(t ...... IM.In lU..l.rl)1 M(l.l A..tft Ull,.
narionii, "f -
DECEMBER 5 TO 9,
ALL DAY AND EVENING.
GRAND CENTRAL PALACE
ii:xiNi;roN avkxit, ami tii mtiip.kt.
Prize Winning Poultry from all over tha
United States, Pigeons, Ducks, Geese,
yvs. TUESDAY TO SATURDAY.
Illggrr and Heller 1 ban Ktrr. Admission, .W. Children l:,r
i:.Mi'iiit: rot i.i at Aajucino.. '
C, The most talked about car always brings out the
remark "There is an Owen Magnetic!"
Always with enthusiasm. There is no other like it.
H, So many features long-looked-for by owners of best-grade
motor cars distinguish the Owen Magnetic.
C It is finally the most simplified car, embodying In ono
magnetic unit all the mechanism which in other cars re
quires extra parts and operation by cumbersome self-starting
and Hunting apparatus, clutch, clutch-pedal, fly-wheel, gear
shifting and braking.
C One little finger-lever on the steering wheel does all the
C, Thus the Owen Magnetic achieves the highest ideals for
which engineers have so long been striving ease of control,
elasticity of power, constant torque, smooth riding, and
safety under all conditions of traffic or road.
C The coach-work compares with only the finest European
C Limousine, Town Car and Landau Models from $4200
to $5000. Touring Cars and Roadsters from $3150 to
Built by the flaker Ranch CS, Lang Corporation, $5,000,000 Capitalisation,
and financially allied vylth the General Electric Company.
Models on Exhibition or Made-to-Order.
Demonstrations hy appointment. Phone 83S Circle.
BAKER R. & L. CO., Inc.
Broadway at 57th St., Now York.
U.S. TO BUILD SHIPS
EQUAL TO JAPAN'S
Xi'ivy Ocncrnl Board Iloeom
nicnds Increased Size
and Less Speed.
Washinutos". Dec. Preliminary
work on tho 1918 national defense pro
gramme moved forward again to-day In
both the naval and mllltnry committee
of the Houso with Itear Admirals
lladger and Kletcher of the Navy's don
era! Ilonrd before the former and Quar
termaster General Sharpe again before
The two Admirals told of the board's
recommendation for an enormous In
crease in alio and power and a smaller
Increase in speed for the battleships to
be provided for at this Msslon of Congress.-
llecauso of the tenCincy of Euro
pean navies to build even larger ships
and guns, and because there Is reason to
believe that Japan already has under
construction n more powerful ship than
has yet been plnnned for the 1'nlted
States, Admlr.il lladger said tho board
found It necessary that the American
navy follow n similar policy. He said
the board had recommended main bat
teries of twelve IS Inch guns, an In
crease of Go per cent. In gun power over
131 ships, nnd a speed of twenty-three
knots nn hour.
A statement Issued to-day hy Secre
tary Daniels Indicates that the recom
mendations of tho board will he approved
when tho (Department's opinion Is laid
before the committee. The new dread
noughts will displace probably more than
40,000 tons ns ngalnst the J2.00n for the
California class and succeeding ships.
"Our new ships will embody the gen
eral characteristics of armament the
general hoard recommends," the Secre
tary's statement said, aftor explaining
that only the question of limited facili
ties led the Secretary to alter the hoard's
lecommendatlons to i.ulld four battle
ships and two battle cruisers In 191" to
three battleships nnd one Inttle cruiser.
Oen. Sharpe brought out before the
Military Committee the fact that the
army still Is far behind In recruiting for
the 1917 increment of the Increase In
strength already authorized. Ills state
ment wan In lino with that of Major
ileneral Hugh 1,. Scott, chief of staff. In
his annual report, made public to-dav,
3en. Scott declared that universal mili
tary training nnd service would ho the
only solution to the recruiting problem.
Secretary linker's attitude on tho uni
versal service question has not been dis
closed. It was stated authoritatively to
day that the Secretary had read Clen.
Scott's report before It was published and
authorised the fullest publication of the
views of the general staff as there stated,
but icrervlng his own Judgment. Mr.
linker's views probably will be drawn out
before the committee.
1'nlversal service also came up at the
Hadger saying that this wan the "one
grand answer" to all problems of obtain
ing crews for navy ships. He disap
proved of a suggestion by Representative
Duller that a bonus system to encourage
enlistments be established.
Turkeys, Pets and Song Birds.
TWO MAMMOTH CAT 8H0W8
AT RUSSIAN BAZAAR
While Snpphircs to He Auc
tioned Off nt Close
Anna I'avlowa was the drawing end
nt the Russian Uaznnr In the Seventy
first Ileglmcut Armory again last nlgM.
with M. Vollnlne'and other members of
her company. They danced fivo numbers
to music by the Hua.ilan Balalaika Or
chestra, holding the attention of t' e
largest crowd that has nttended .he bv
ssaar. Motij. and Mine. Kdouard tie.
Kurylo nnd the pupils of their school
preceded I'avlowa's company with a
series of Interpretative dances.
The white llutslan sapphire that Mrr.
C, If. Slocum presented tu the basaat
was appraised yesterday at 1500. It will
bo auctioned off to-night, the flnnl nlrhl
of the hanr. The fcaturo of this even
Ing will be the beauty contest in wlil'h
Chaunccy M. t)cicw will havo tl'e
Judge's platform nil to himself, nun
there will be no appeal. Certificate! will
ho Issued to-night to those who won th
amateur dancing contest ojt Wcdntsdav
night. Marie Dres'ler Is going to lc.id
tho New York Scottish Fife and Dr'im
Corps to the bizanr to-night for a con
cert In front of her movlnjf picture thea
tre. A flock of pretty debutantes und other
society young folk chaperoned by Miss
Maude Iceland have leeji enthusiastic
workers all week nt tho Irizaar. They
were circulating salesladies and their
endeavors havo resulted In .swelling tiic
receipts by several thousand dollars.
Among those who participated nnd
who made their debut in society this yir
were tho Misses Mary Sloane Colt, Mar
garet Llndabury, Klcanor Parker. Helen
YV. Orccn, Constance Poor. Frances
Field, Helen Seton and DrusllU hauler
Cravens. Other;) who hive already been
presented or who will shortly make their
debut were tho Misses M.iry.mna Lin
coln, Ann Townond, l'.imola I'oor,
Elizabeth MordttUlit, KMzahcth Drnyton
Hurrell, Celestlne floddasd at.il (n.'ril
members of the Studio Club of New
Mrs. George V. 1'erklns bought a
$250 table cover yesterday,
POSSET" CUP BRINGS $470.
Wllllmuanii China .Sale .Vets "Total
The last session of the Frederick J
WI!llamon art sale at the American
Art Association yesterday brought out
sivnc lively bidding. Several pieces of
old china brought rerord prices. One
of these was the posset cup. No. l.UI.
hleh sold to V 1). llreaker for 17V
This cup Is of Toft slip ware, with two
handles nod has a decoration of tulips
In dark brown and the words "Thn lxt
Is not too good for you" around the
brim. It dates from the vcir liihT
Mr. Hrcaker also paid t!!il for No.
1,133, a round platter, dated KS5, and
King Cotton Brings
Joy to Dixie
When the whole world was breathless with panic at the outbreak of war
in August, 1914, the cotton farmer of the South saw bankruptcy and poverty
nearer on the horizon, perhaps, than many a farmer in the warring countries.
Cotton, known as the "king of crops." was dethroned and abased. As if by
magic, fourteen months later, cotton on the New York Exchange rose to
twenty cents a pound and the question asked, was not "when will it drop?"
but "where will it stop?"
In THE LITERARY DICEST for December 9th, the wide-sweeping
effect of high-priced cotton is explained in a clear and interesting manner.
Editorial reports from every section of the cotton-growing belt are
shown. To the "man in the street," who is not familiar with the very strong
position which cotton occupies among American products, this account is
bound to prove enlightening.
King Cotton's marvelous "come-back" reads almost like a fairy tafe.
From fields nodding drowsily in white through the summer, he draws royal
revenues which he spends with royal profusion in so many various channels
that his spending operates for the benefit of the whole country. This is why
East, West, and South, everybody is interested in the restoration. There are
several illustrations from original photographs.
Besides this important review of the cotton situation, "The Digest" is
particularly rich this week in other articles of interest, a few of which are:
Feed America First
Will an Embargo Be Placed Upon Food-stuffs By the Next Congress?
General Funston and the Baptists
Railroads Favor Federal Regulation
The Books to Give for Christmas Gifts
This number of "The Digest" contains the announcements of America's leading
Publishers, and descriptions of the best Gift-Hooks to fit every age and taste.
Readers will save time and money by consulting "The Literary" Digest" Book-list
in this number before buying Holiday Hooks.
. IUadr of ,
FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY (Publiihen
decorated by lxiuls Baydols of Nevers,
France, and f 100 for No. 1,153, a Whlel
del) teapot. 'Mr. Wanchflold of Hartford
gnvo $385 for No. 1,141, a Staffordshire
platter, by Clews, with a "Noble Hunt
ing rnrty" decoration, and A. . Vcrnay
paid 1120 for No. 1,111, a pair of Whlel
Mrs. McDonald hought No. 1,173, n
"Herculnncum" Staffordshire pitcher, for
1235, nnd No. 1,043, a set nf French
pewter wine measures, for 1120. W. W.
Seaman, agent, paid $290 for No. 1,119,
n salt glaze hot water dish with han
dles; Mrs. J. H. Ualley gave $125 for
No. 1,112, a Whlelden llguro of St,
George nnd the dragon ! Mrs. I,lndabury
paid $100 for Nn. 1,135, n Huston Statu
House cup plate, nnd $135 for No. 1,165,
n Whlelden caullllower coffeepot, and
C. K. I'ngc ivild $100 for No. 1,154, an
On tho whole this sale of old china
Is considered one of the best on record.
Tho session yesterday brought In $8,1H1,
making n grand total for the collection
ACTORS HONOR BERNHARDT.
Nhr Appear at Special Matinee nt
Mine. Hernhardt'a American colleagues
do not grow weary of paying her honors.
Itose Coghlan voiced their appreciation
.vionuny when she presented on their
behalf n laurel wreath decorated with
tho tricolor of France. Yesterday at a
special mntlucn In tho Kmplro Theatre
actors occupied rost of the seats and
were enthusiastic In their applause. In
ono uox .it Mrs. Flsko nnd In other
parts of the tbeatio were Isadora Dun
can, Laurettc Taylor, Margaret Wjeher
ley nnd othets well known on the stage.
After "Hecuba," which was the nov
elty of thu piogmmme, John Drew ap
peared n tho stage. In front of him
on a pedestal stood a small statuette of
-Mine. Uernh.irdt &a the yurcn In "Ituy
IKns " The statuette was mudo In I'jrla
In ls79, when Mme. IJcrnhardt was act
in?, this role at the Thcatro Francals.
The sculptor was Samuel Kltson and
Mrs. Kltson, his widow, made n. present
of the work to the actors as n tribute
to the Frennh actress.
Mr. Drew In his speech said tho Amer
ican actors ever looked up to Mme.
Uernh.irdt as the great genius of their
p ofelon and that she now meant more
than ever to them since sbn also stood
for France. Mr, Drew bowed, the act
ress reached out her hand for him to
kiss nnd the audience enjoyed the sight
so much that tho curtain had to be
raised several times.
In response to requests that Mine.
Ilcrnhnrilt appear In something longer
than the short plays In which she has
been seen so far It has been arranged
for her to net "Le I'roces do Jean d'Arc"
In the form she gave Morcau's play at
the Ulobc Theatre several years ago.
Art'lillri'ls Und sralon,
MlNNKAroMs, .Minn., Dec s -John
Lawrence Mauran of St. Iiuls, Mo, was
reelected president nf the Ameilcau In
stitute of Architects at the closing ses
slou of Its uiinu.il convention here to
day other olllcers elected Include C.
limit l.afnrge, New York, first vice
president ! W. It. II. Wlllcov. Seattle,
Wash., -econd vice-president ; W. Stan
ley Parker, Huston, secretary, and I).
F.verett Wnld, New York, treasurer.
Many Fine Illustrations and Cartoons
Number on Sale To -
Veteran Kxplnins How His
Ancestors Klctl Hither From
Jail in Salem.
Joseph II, Choatn explained yesterday
to members of the New York Genealogi
cal ntid Biographical Society by what
a narrow chance It happened that he
ever got to New York.
t'rof. William MncDonald of Hrown
University had rend a paper on "Witch
craft In Salem Village" to tho members
of the society, who met at 226 West
Fifty-eighth sfieeti when the president,
Clareiicit Wlnthrop Uowen. nsked Mr,
Choatn to say n few words.
"I know a lot about witchcraft and
the black nrts," said .Mr. Choate. "1
was born In Salem under llm shadow of
(billons Hill, where many of the Salem
witches were hanged. As a Isiy I
studied the subject very carefully and
examined nil the old records of the
trials which were preserved In the
Salem courthouse. Two of my ances
tors enmo from Ipswich to Salem during
the period of thu witch trials to protest
"Two other ancestors, Philip Kngllsh,
a wealthy merchant, and his wife, were
accused of witchcraft lit that time. They
were at rested for witchcraft and Jailed.
Hut fortunately by wit or Intlueftce they
escaped from jail ntnl tied to New York
-and hra 1 nm."
Mr, Choatn mbled with a twinkle In
his ec that he thought the modern
theory of disbelief In witches nnd their
arts has nrlsen from u general decline In
fa I ill.
"I was brought up to believe In
Satan," be said, "and I believe that
Satan In person l raging through
F.urope. not only seeking whom ho may
devour but devouring thousands."
Tho occasion of thn meeting was the
pccntntlon tn the society by members
whose names were not made public of
n portrait of Mr. Choate, painted by the
noted Danish nrtlst Johan Waldemar
von Itehllng Qvlstgasrd. Among those
present viero W. Lanier. Washington.
Hopper Striker Mott, Capt. Itichnrd
Henry fireene, O-n. Asa lllrd flardlner
and F l.ynii-Jenktns.
SAULSBURY IN THE LEAD.
liKllcnllona Point tn Hint lis Venule
President Pro Trm,
W.islits'iiTOV, Dec s,- The Democratic
Senators will hold a party conference
, Tucnlay to determine who shall be Presl
i dent pri tempore of the Senate to sue
' l ied the late Senator Clarke nf Arkan
' s.i. The Indications to-day were that
Senator Wlll.ird S.iulsbury of Delaware
I h id the lead nnd would probably be
I Senator Pometene nf Ohio, who ha
I been mentioned frequently for the honor.
Indicates that be Is not desirous of the
Threatened Disruption of the
Nation-wide Wage Increases
Day All News-dealers -10 Cents
of the Ftmoui NEW Standard Dictionary). NEW YORK
TOPICS OF SERMONS
IN CITY TO-MORROW
Dr. Watson to Preach on "The
Price and the Purchase"
CHUItCII OF TIIF. HOLT COMMUMOl.
Sixth ovenus at Twentieth r".Tn.A.'
M the ltv. Dr. Mottet; P. M . the ltev.
SCOTCH 1'nF.SnYTF.ntAN ciiuncii.
Centrsl Park West at Ninety-sixth street
Dr. Wataon will pres.cn t bolh services.
Communion service at It o'clock. Hermnn
t 11 A. M. en "The Price and the Pur
chase," awl at P. M. nn "The Com
passion nf .lesui with the Lawless," There
will be an organ recital at 4 o'clock.
CHUtlCII OF Tlin STilANUEltS. West
rifty-ssventh street Pastor Feller
preaches to-morrow morning on "Russia s
FULTON STItKET PIlAVEIl MEET1NC1
rtOO.M, 113 Fulton street Subject, ''The
Cplrlt of ths World and ths Spirit of Ood."
PNION CHL'llCIl, Broadway at Forty
flahth street To-morrow evenlna's toplot
"Faults and Meats of Young Women.
Letters from noted people will be read.
VILLA FAPLKNEIl PAOK. Hotel Marie
Antoinette Miss Page will speak to-morrow
evening on "Lite! Purpose and Mean
ing." A musical programme will be given.
PMTV SOCIETY Mrs. Van Msrter nlll
MirHk on "Supremacy Over Environ
ment." and nt 8 P. M. IH pek on
POUUTH PnESHYTElUAN CHUItCII.
West I'nd avenue and Ninety-first street
Dr. Kdsar Whltaker Work will preach both
morning and evenlnr. Ills evening topic
ulll be: "Obtcurn People."
NI.W THOt'llHT, Criterion Th'atre
"Man Ills Own Crsator" will lis the
subject nf Dr. F. W. Hears's lecture at
Hit: A. .VI. tu-innrrow In the New Thought
'hurcli. I'rlterlon Theatre, Iiroadway at
Furty. fourth street,
HAMILTON' (iltAN'CIE REFORMED
I'llCIM'H. Convent avenue at l9lh street
The minister. Dr. Paul Selb-rt Lelnbach.
Mill prrnih at It A. M. on the question,
"Do Ynu Love the Truth?" At P. M.
his subjeit will be, "Unmasked by ques
tion." Special niulc.
SCIIOUL OF Till! llt'ILDEItS Free
lecture at 3 p. M. nt ths Hotel Ilelleclalre.
Tho subject will be "What la Man?"
I'llt'ltCIt OF THE DIVINE PA
TEUNITY, Centrsl Park West at Seventy
sixth street Thi pastor, Frank Oilier
11.111. 1). 1) , villi prenrb at 11 A. M on
Making our Oiin Worlds." At the 4
P. M, vesper service the quartet and
i hnrin rlnilr. under the direction of .1.
Warren Amlrens. Mill give the second uf
a serks of reeltnls nf !l.inlel's Oratorio.
ST. NICHOLAS AVENUE PRESIIV
TEHI AN I'lll'ltCH, corner Hist street
The iisitor, the Itv. Elliott W. Ilrouii,
pre.uhi" nt bolh services. In tho morn.
Irii; til- tuple nil) t,e "A Messags of En
couragement." At tho evening aervhe
Paul's shipwreck" villi be the theme.
MAItlll.i: Cul.LEiilATE Cllfncii,
rillh avenue at Twenty-ninth street
Morning -rvlc at tt o'clock, nt ivhlrh
time lr, llurr.ll villi preach, taking :i
bis theme "The Still Small Voice ' At
I P. M. bis subject ;i be "Ileefs In the
TEMPLE HETII-EL. Fifth avenue at
Seventy-sixth street Services Sunday nt
II A. M Iir. Samuel Schulmsn Mill speak
en "A New Heaven for the Individual"
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES
The subject of the les.on-sermon In the
.'hrl'tliin Science churches lo-mnrron- mil
he "Hod the Preserver of Man," and the
telilan lt (II. Timothy, ttlti "Tli.
hall deliver mo from rvtty v,
and will prervn me unto hi. h.m,ni
klnidom: to whom bo Rlory for rvtr .!
CHUnclt nr. nanlel Hoffman wl.l p," hV
11 A. M.. "Th OM Hook: A Miir. K.!"
datlon"! T. M, "Who U Your rrl',i"'!n"
ST. JAMKH'K KPISCOI'At, ( lit .
Millon avenue at Hrvrntv llr.i '
Th rector, tho ltv. I)r Frank 4"j 7
Crowd.r. will prrh nt It A, .VI ,,, ..,:
Third IJommamlmenll or UM.rrn. Vi.
lod-i P. M.. "A Secret nf Hi, Vn' ;
Slant HitcccM In Mfi-." At th. i"v,mIJ
rvlca tho choir will l, a.iH.trU l.y
llnl.t, n clllt and a hrpim.
"Iitli Hrttl .lo.eph Frenrh John.,, i ,
v'.S'f.n,nt "'" "'""I f Conimrr .'v "
)"tk I'nlvfrnlty. i-peaki nt in a VI. v,r
Ject. 'Thn Afttrmnth of Hi War" o'u,,''
ilona nro InHii-.l ai II A, Al .'
Ur. .Intuition villi prfurli.
MAUISO.V AVF.Nt't: HAITIST 111 itni
corn.r Thlrtynr-t. ttrt Tli" n..'
Charm A? Kumn. n. I).. pn.ior, hi pt.V
Hunday moriiliiR mi " Ciiii W. Kn, jf,
Thero la a Uo.l?" At (ho mmIiVk ti i .
tlin tciplo will I,. "Whii VI,I Mlt ihJ .7' '
ney When th Itoml I.ca.l. i,V
. THEOSOPIIIt'AI. HftCIKTV i
'. ""TUIl l.UI" lull" I h- .
It. llattrlli Uerrmlirr 10. 1(. .vl.,.1n,
tho I'liylcal t.lfe," nnuiil M. ih- n.
cemtier 17, "Kant and Hwnlenbor."' r'
ward Herrmann. '
METItOI'OLlTAN TKMPI.n. Hey..,,
avenuo at Fourteenth .Iren o. ,.ir ...
rred rnnoerl. Willi Victor fn.,,,,.,.
will make an und.ually lrilertliiK eenr;
aervlre. Ilrlef eermon In- the llev r,?
Marahall on "'Two lload..1" 1
Maaa Mretlns tn MA llrlKm,
A ma.ia meetliiR to prnteat nelnt II.
deportation and cni-lnvoinent r.f HoiK.
vvorltlnBmrn will lm held nn lieremi.,
IB nt Cnrncjtlo J (nil. Tlie (i,e,,Ueri ,it
Include Kllhit Hoot nnd tho ltev n
V. T. Mnnnlnjr. '
I ssm , .
There's rainproof protection in
our guaranteed "Showerproof"
raincoat. Look for the label,
Spring favors plaids; in strikins
color combinations: usual colors
splendidly represented, in loose
fitting raglan, half or all-belted
models each strikingly youthful
Price-range $2,95 to $22.3(1
. -,, ,-m. Lev, it, . l 1.
nrrii avkm h ui"Tir (11111111,
I!ev Curneiiu. Wn. tkri, u. j ,.
ltev . i: IIrl-rt Iiiinon. i'1" ''
llr. ttnelfkin "III irenrll ill II nnd .
Suinlny Mhu,i 30 1111 ,. iia,, 1
II JnlJ" ,re h,M ,n tin followln
Christian Science Churches
Sundaj .ll A.M.A IP.M. We.lnetdai a I" V,
flrat Church. Central Purk Wot A vcihJ"
eerond Church, Central Park VV. a. s tt, ft.
Third Church. i:sth A Miwn ,u.
Fourth Church. Ft. Waihlncton .w.A in .at,
rifth Church, Aenllmi Comut II. I, 3 vv II.
6lth Church. ll Wa.hlnttun Av Hrcni.
, roTK.TAxr kpi(opai.,
poppi.au vi:spi:its ciim-ii r nu
INTKIICKSSION, Hrnadvuiy nnd
A eervlr.i for nil rrople One
und leave nt miy time I.cn H.- .1
OrKuntt. will play -Jliiri Ii." u;
Shelley, '.-'lllle n l! tlllllor" t.l I. K ,
.Intirieiiir 'Kvelihunp" Vila A " .
tirann, n .nK wn ,aiu., ,n .
l.uIUhv l.y I'orner nnd The , e- p -Chl.d
Jcu" l,v lievert urr.ini: I I c
lll.o the urla ' I will -Mot I'll,'- fr .
Iiy I'o.tn. ltev. J H M.-i'nrm K i
Irom the Si-rlplure and penlt nn 'lit ,i
aiter of St. AnJreu
I'll Vl"i:i. ill" Till. ISTI-I. I
iirinity inrt.lil, Hroaiway t,.l i
' llnlv OniiiiiKiiiiiti. v an I I
..-ihi'Ol, I'lll.dten'n Ceri
t M . Mr MrCormlek t.r.x, h I
' Veper. Ilev .1. It Mil 'run It
I v I" M . I'hor.il llvriiktii: 1;
St Choma$'$ Church
FIFTH VVF. .VNMV ..111 M'
. itev. i:n.i:si' m :Tiiti:s. n ii '
v A V llnlv I'oinmunlon
11 MoiiiIpc Servlt-e and Srmn ' Ue '
I P M. KeunnK and Addre h '
P M, Hour nf drcnn Murtr.
Clll'ltCII Or ZKIN AMI XT. TIMIIIMV,
I .HI We.t 57th Mrt
I Tterior- Kav. Henry I.ul.tck, I r
i tlnly Communion . . " v vi
i Mnrnlms I'rnver iltcfint ' 11 ' '
i Orcm ll.irn Uerlta - . i
Kveiifoni: iVIr MurKen.,
ST. STEPHEN'S "i"n"!;- T'
ltev, N V I'll tv Ii, ski; w.. 11.11 i: r
HLIi'ip UarllnKtnti nf ll.irrn rg i
Sf lllkp'. Convent Ave ant IIH" '
tul,B 'Rev, ASHTO.V OLDHAM. I "15"
flervlcei I, 11, I. Prem her, the lie
tiHXCK ( IH'ltcn, llniadmiv and I "Hi -i
llet, Clinrlea letvla Matter, I). II,
, 11 (The He, inri . l ltev II I
Pltlll I DUIAN.
r.PNTRAI PltlllM IIH VS I HI HIM
Rtr. Wilton Mrrlr.Smith. D. I)., P.itot
ui! preaeh at t 1 V v
Itev. IIiikIi lllark h i: v
pevlal ni'li-l'l e.i h ift1 I.,
nf thte quartette and I
ljunrtetle Mine ThpiipI' S"er
Vlme. Mulfnrd Hunt. A t I' i
Tenor. Andrea Stirto. Itur i
lllihert ablated M II III. I,.
Warl KlrKiinlth. rel M
FIFTH AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
ririh t i", nnd iift.t tinii -i
REV. J. U. JOWBTT, D. P . '
rervlre a I , i M u n ' 4 I
Ir I ni.'it I I pr, i Ii , '
Dfferlnx (or Aaneinhli II
Men1" llllde i'
The ml lwee( eri (e,
e.llie .-f nt V 1', p M ,t
lit llr, .Intvett
THE BRICK CHURCH
Plflh Avemi" nn I Thtm -
M.nv,,,. ?t:(;;,i"j; .
Hit Mlniltll.l. n .'e,, . .
nnd Mlt. .1 vi:u vv
noon ri:nvn i" rvritv w
i .in t
l"lttll I l.UI tS I HI Ii- "
llrnilduilt ill Id '
let. IIVSII I 111 .! II I' K
II A. VI "hi ll tlKII'- HI lllt
it I' M "I'Kllll.o III I III I I IV
wed , p vi 4iiti:ATriipri:ii"' ,J
"scotch i hi:shv i t in v t in in m
ltUlir.lt I' U'.V I'M IV VI i e
prci. In e a 1 1 .u d "
M'lltlll VI lM
Tall linliiflrlll lleei'iiri Ii ".hi led
VV. k'tli Sun . Mini . I'l i '
VV e.l 1 P VI S. iill i .1
Prim." ''nn l i
Oi II I It sKItt Mr
1,,111'VI I VIII its V II
S' mid Mi, V.i h
Piieler 1A , M ir. ., .
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