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varl* Antoinette, ha» been added to the
T^e« of French memoirs Issued by
tie cturels-TVrlton Company. The
ne^ volumes of the series are
•Ildaß-a "£«»* Memoir* of the **'
Z£r ■*£*£ "Madam*
Mr. A^ln">r Maude's biography of Toi-
L^fwMdi bears the imprint of Dodd -
Sea" * Co.) has been ccrrec^
throughout by Countess Tolstor «d
jnar b« considered authoritative.
; re told that tho Russian aui&or has
,-ritten In answer to a f^£?*~ :
of twtt^r reviiiu* fmrr. a woo^n « na.
rcw sectarian \iews ":
1 do not I ana the £%
knows tl-e trnth. and that _ «^ o]fl artd
i'^" a t™t jJiTui- «* or to itnacine that
■LZ &£??Uth" yes h'dd-n iv its depths.
?-Zj&*x ard •»««* me. Your !etter- are
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"The C"?' : ' > t of Sir Kenelm Disby.
Kt.. Opeeed" is the quaint title Bf en
ration of th© curio-ns little book of
recipes prodaced by this worthy of th-
HMrtsMth ccctcry. Miss Anne Mac
dosstil has edited the book and has
rrcrrlded a long bJosraphiral and critl
rs! introductioa. A portrait cf Bigfcy
fc ft«r Vandyke acccsipanies the text.
JCas Sbakwp«are really unduly i«no
nfit vfcen h« »Tote of th« sea coait rf
Hohcmia? Ut. Thorns, it !s recorded,
BUted poRWrdT that Bohemia on?- lod
» ceaenst— that BtnurjnJxj* up from
>louct Thabor. the Hussites conquer; J
Forr-erania and the ports of Stettin and
fUptock v}i -J cn th€ - T lield ' or EOTOe years.
and that Shakespeare njight have sc*n
th* ma? hi which their possession 'm r»v
r«ser,ted. But why. after ail, demand cf
b creat rcet the geographical ac^-rncy
wflntdh smaller men are ailowed to violate
"ulthout question? —^r»itness vhe rorruinoc;*
cf Mr. Anthony Hope and Mr. Cidsr
Bftggard. It is Hz Frederick 1- ; ov,q arbo
r«caQ« the Rtatesient of Dr. Theins, a.;l
ecEUauiax ills aates t*j grotesque Llun
c<^> In the "Pall Mail Gazette" he says:
Perhaps the description of Bcmbay by the
frreat. ivord <J!ar»iiuiun is tae ino^i pleading
*sarapie. Wh-n urging to a aUvucuyjes ot
b. maxjiairs L'fotweeu Cnarlcs 11 ard h'ather
tr.t ef Braganra upon ti.e Priv^- Council he
cxexa dun ta» aii«iuc& "proposaJ to givr.
Che iiz*ylisn na.tion a free iraue v,-iih Brazil
(.{iic in CbS East Indies. . - . And forever
ts "arcitx to tne crown cf England ti:e
•iiand cf Bomaay. with the towns and
ea«ti%» tftereon. which are witiiin a very
Httifc distance of Erazii.' Apparently, tiie
Privy Council »«.•«• srthirsr yczer.g, fcr whtn
Praccis G'rts. who mliertted ihe^ Clarendon
m*r.u>cnp^, published them, some fifty
yeari latsr. r.e lrxi-jded thia docuat::*.
■nthotit ary oenneat cf his oxm cr of that
turui body. Probably Charles himself was
ret better informed when he- granted the
E*ct Ir.dla Company I perpetual lease cf
the is^.nd fer £10 r«ar?r.
■Punny Etor:«s are current of hijrh cfi
dzZt it> tnis realm et the pr^serit ci^y.
Grar.t Duff answers fcr cne. Schoolboy*
oojrht to *-"*■ that there is a to^.n on the
Pers:an Ga!' called T - ■:.-.- once fr-eat. and
•till of hirh importance strategically. A
r»»rfor.ape *vas stnt there from India en
J:-p!om>:ic b'-slrjess. In <la* time he for
•waraed tisf Stern? of hi? ■ i [isnwn at B;i
s^.ire to the Foreicm """.-..._ with
criers Jncurred. The amount was trr.n?
rulttefl t« him ■w-lth tbece latter deducted.
fm inqßiri- he was t<Md that the Foreign
OS^t could not rrccsrize 'bus-hire.
TTdition? ..f FltzGt>rald's "Omar Khay
yam** pron:lse to l*remp like the sands
of th*> tsea. St!Il anoth<*T is announced In
?-r:g!and — on* for whirh Mr. A. C. Benson
Jia? TrrJttpn an introduction. Each page
of the text has rje<-n engrro«sed by harul
In the fashion of the early M.^. vrriters,
pnd i!lustra.tion« in color have been pre-
T2r<--d-fi;r it.
- "Reminis
■ ■sadHsn.' :
p
About tTr«Jty-6lx jM.rtrajts of Thack
rrp-3' — some of "which ar«? unknown to tho
"f'urt'T- vclft accompany the text of the
promised Ontnary r"citJon of th<» preat
rtcv»'lrt*s corks. Th«*. twcnty-Efi vol
•:m?* pt» to cintnin five hirarirpd jsepa
ratsj r*iit*s besides th<» many illiiitra
•. -■ In Che text. Thark«»ray*s daughter
"t-ziy Ritchie, has rwaet her --anhl
ra' ?ntroCuct**>ns to the novels .1 has
e-M~l ma»r new letters.
"The Inca& cf Prra" Is Ola t1tl« <-.f tbfl
re**- book ■wr.ith Sir Cleni-:ntfc Markhar.j
Jp brlnclne out. It i« said to rtv«?al the
e.n^'^t rulers of Peru as remarkable ad-
Biliiifclratora. Th<s» author haa been for
aar;7 years «npa*r?J In acccmtila,tiiig
rnatferlaJ for this hook.
Th? MS. report cf an mttri'ic-x -witli
at Elba has L>e-n discovered in
£^£is=2. r-herr; lt has remained unpub-
Csbefl '.r, private hands. It -will be
prlrfed ir. an early number of '"Hsrp<?r's
~^£rt_^«*." It v.-o'jld net be srirpriEin?.
I* tiz^iiar narratn-cs cr.rn* to the surface
hereaZter, for various visitors to the lsl
«>n<3 caw tie dethronrd Emperor.
T*o facsimiles of trie Mnaartn Bibls
jr^.stsfl by GnttenLerj and Fust at Mainz
about ICO-*S3L ar» In course of prepara-
Hsn. On* of these •will be Jssued by the
V*ria pcbUsfxer. M. H. V."clter. la two
vr.lum.es folio. The edition is tc be
limited ta o»X» copies at 1.000 francs
tach, but the- first 250 subscribers will
r-e allow *-4 to hav<» th<?ir copies at the
r«-Juoed price of 730 francs. For each of
* few: copies to be printed on vellum.
I*.<»Jo francs will be asked. This fac
simile bUJ be mad.- from th« beautiful
copy *f the Bfble •which' is preser\**-d in
the E&yal L-Ifcrarj- at Munich. The edl
tinn arSJ be ready at the of 1912.
The ether facsimile, also in two vol-
Pnci, •will be made at L<;'rsic from the
cojrT on vi-llum In t!je Royal Library at
lierlirj. This edition uill be smaller.
cnTy 3uTt ordinnrj- copiea. b« Ir.g available.
The ;;.-ice *A eaca .copy before publica
tion I? -"' francs. ElarVi of the twenty
venom copies is held at 3,7r»<» francs.
This facsimile will be produced undor
the roprrvision ct TDnr. J?chwenke. the dl
ttctur cf thai Berlin Library, xrho -will
give In a supplementary volume an «?x
l-UUSC. £u:<<iunt of th*- ilazaria Bil.le —
f'iiic^/to*? «re may romind the reader, is
J--r>pbst<J to !<• the first ijCHjk. product
to tTj>o2Taphy. The first volume of this
¥ ;*TTna.c <-<litlon is nearly ready f<.r pub-
UcaSJan, tin* snc>,ii& vofasse anj the sup
1 I'tnientary -. .. ;i r- v.ill be bronsht out
iri the autumn of 1&12. M'-unwlille, we
ruay ■M a n«*w record price made when
the copy C f tin? Mazarin Bible now in the
library of thr *.r.to P.oVk rt Hoe is sold in
this ciiy.

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that the book win contain hitherto un
known portraits of Musset and his con
traries.
Mr?. Barton Harrif«on has t»<*eii writ
ing her reminiscences, and these will be
published in "Scribner's Magazine" in
1911. The youth of this writer was
passed In the South, where she was
born, and she has many recollections
worth preserving of Virginia before the
xrar. She has set down, by the v.-ay, an
account of her meeting with Lincoln,
and ghe has recorded some hitherto un
published facts about JefferFon Davis.
Eighty-two plates, including reproduc
tions of all the finest French prints pro
duced In the thirty years before the
French Revolution, have been engraved
for the forthcoming volume eutitled
"French Line Engravings of the Late
XVIIIth Century." The joint authors
are Mr. Basil I -ton and Mr. H. W.
Lawrence. Th« edition will be limited
to one thousand copies, and the price of
each is something more than $25.
The novelist known as Mrs. Allen Har
ker, some of whose agreeable |MO]H have
been published here by the Messrs.
Scribncr, has written a new tale under
the title of "Master and Maid." Of the
heroine. Lallie -me!', a young ad
mirer sings:
Laili» v.as an Irish girl
With voice as sweet as Orpheus Bite;
Tk» chaps all fell in love with her.
And all the masters followed suit.
There are not many rerions in Europe
to which American travellers have not
penetrated, but some of the yet un
spoiled places will reveal themselves in
Miss Betham-Edv.ards"s forthcoming:
look. "Unfrequented France." Few peo
ple who ut i the English tongue know as
much about France as does this lady,
whose home, for many years, it has been.
BOOKS OF THE WEEK.
ART.
TliE WHISTLJEB BOOK. A Monc fiph cf
th* Uf# ana Position in Art of Jan**
V.cN-ei'l vt-h:st!er. together with a Careful
gtu'dv of His More Important Worn*.
><y "i?ac;ikicM Hartro&nn. With flfty-
t t Ven reproductions of Mr. Whistler ■
nest important works. l'2mo. rp. tx,
272. i ßoston : L. C. Pac» & Co.)
TE r- GOLDEN AGE OF ENOTvAVING. A.
Pnecialisffl Stor^ About Fine Prints. By
Frederick Keppeli. W'.th IS) li!u«tra.-
Uons Showing ' the Progress of the Art
from the Tear 1465 to the Year 1910.
<■'•'<>" pp. xMli. "14. Tke Baker & Ta;
lcr Company.)
BIOGRAPHY.
JEANNE D'ARC. -■ ■ Maid of Franc*. By
" Uary R^srer« Banes. Frortispiece. l?mo,
pp. x, 35i. (Houghtoß MlflUn Company.)
a eimple ftOd direct etaijr »t the Maid
of Orleans.
7-.- T ~:n F\scT>-\TrNG fhenchtvomen 1 .
"A'is^alis F!l>'il. Comfese a« Flauhaut.
'.farquise <i« Sousa. Claire c« Kereaint.
r'"Ciiesse d"» Duras. Mario Carolina C«
Bourbon. Ducheese gt- Borrj'. Prtacess
Mathi'.r-B Borsaparte. Count««s I>»-»nidofr.
By Mrs. Scarce. Illustrated. =vo, pp.
4b<l. tßrenta^o's.)
Each biography incoi-porates a «l!«;ht
sketch C ti*e most interesting incidents
and persons in the lives of these French.
•romen. and the periods in which they
h<ild s^vay.
LIFE OF CHARLES BUKJfEB. By Walter
G. EhotwelL With two illustrations.
B"o pp. !x, 733. <Thocxas T. Crowell
& Coo
Tlie public career and private life of
the statesman aril orator.
THE FIRST DUKE ANT* DUCHESS OF
XEWrASTLE-UPON'-TYNE. By the
author of "\ Life of Pir KeneJm pigby."
With Illustrations. £vn. PP . iiil. 2%7.
• Lonpinans, Green & Co.)
Ih* misertul for th:s bios^-aphy has
been iraibered from o!d letter*, manu
siripts. and the volume by Margaret,
Duch*-s« cf Newcastle.
A QT'AKER POST-BAG. Letters to Fir John
Rodos. Of Barlb-ough Hall, in the County
of Derby Tiaronet. ar.d to John Gratton.
cf Mor.'ash. 1693-1742. Selected and
Edited by Mrs. Godfrey LocUer Lampson.
With a Preface l>y Augustine Blrrell.
With 11'usxratiiins. Svo. pp. xii, -"-.
iLnnfmani-:. Green & Co.)
Simpie annals of tbe Society of Friends
cf over tyro hur.dr^d years ag-o. Including
xvei'Al Utters from William •'-Tin.
MY MEMOIUS. By the Princess Caroline
llurat. liiustratetl. Svo. pp. xlv, 24".
tO. P. Fuiniin's Sons, i
Ue'-o'.lectlons of th(» ff-cond Empire and
rf th» activities and gar^tles of the
court of Napo!e«n 111. th* <sisaHtP.rs of
v.-ir, a-id Impress Eugenld's Cight —
Par's.
SAMUEL ROGER? AXI> HIS CIRCLE. By
H Elhfc i:o>'erta With sixteen lllustra
t*ons. Svo. j}*>. *!▼. 3<>4. (E. P. Dutton
Jl Co.)
A coßciaa sTuOr of l".i« life and career,
und ihv relation In which the author
rtrwid to the men an<l movements of his
HKC
WILLIAM .SHARP (FIONA MACLEOD.* A
M<-moir. <,'oinpiled by His Wife, Elizab
eth A. Bharp. Illuptratod. S^rt, pp. I*l.
in". ".DuSield & Co. >
A skt'tch of his life., indicating rh^
(Trowtta a-ii Uevehipraont in his work of
t.if -i-ial charn»-ter as a »T'ter.
EDUCATIONAL.
MOn<~EA!.'X CHOIi=LS DE LTTTEnATTTRE
FItAJfCAISE. i Prose XTXeme Sl'cie. )
Avee Notea. Eemirquse et Etesome* en
Ar.ela.is. 'Ttr MonK G. H. Marchat. B.
<s L. !:tn», pp. X.. 198. <Lontlon: Tan
ff alter ccoti P-anllshmg Con.pany.)
".•:.-...: not only for «tuu«nf« but for
thov. who tiaTt ohtaintd con«S#'able
fiimiliarity Trith the French laiieuaKe.
ESSAYS.
OLP PEOPLK. Dv Harri»t E. T'iine. With
an Introduction t)j. aiit Brown. limo,
pp. xiii: 2?«. filou^hton llifflm Corn
par, r.i
Chapters on the problems -- -* «se —
Work. EaTOine a Living, The Inner
Life of the Oi<i. Relations of the OM and
Toun?. and Last Lessons :n Character,
etc.
orn ho:;se a.yd the people in* it. By
Elizabeth F.obins Pennefl. 12mo. pp:- is.
o71". (Hou^luca Mifflln Corapany. )
Some domestic phases cf artistic life la
London, rfvealiap U»« lev* and other af
fairs of some of th^ r»tainers c" the
hcasehoM.
FICTION.
THE <?ECO>:D ELOPEMENT. By Herbert
FloVerflew. l-mo, pp. SCO. ■ -entapo
A tale of love and adventure, devel
oped from the h^ro"« chance encounter at
an Erzl!»h railway vra.t.on »ith a dia
t:Ti?ulsh»-d. but mysterious, i&c ladj'.
THE EMPTT HOtJSE, AND OTHER 6TO
riE.^. By Elizabeth Btnart Phelps. rilua
tra'fl. i2mo. pp. iT2tJ. 'Houghton tllt-
Sin Company.
Eitfat storiec of critica! moments in th©
li-.ts uf simti American men and women.
EDWARD AND I AND MR?. — ;bt:x-
A Roir.-.nc- cf Married L'fe. By Kat6
li'irn. ;2mo, pp. 2:n. < Brentano's. >
THE «'EGE OF THE SEVEN ■ 'Tors. By
M-ireduh Nicholson. niustrat^i by C.
Cults Phillips Aiid RegmsM Birdi. !Imo,
rp. 40<>. iHouguton iliffi'.n Cojupanr.)
Be"> jewed ia another ;Tie.
NOT GT'ILTY. By W. E. N-orrlE. I*SSIII. pp.
v, 30&, •Brrntano>.>
E.-iig the rxp^-rienc^s of Stephen Ha-
c-rfi<»:a w!m, tried and acquitted of mur
der, is "cut" by his acquaintances and
leaves England, to return th«-re after
pome yt^rs »h<-n irfjuiries have failed
T'_ •liscio?'; h!s vi hrrf about* and h<> has
tjcen glitn up for d-ad.
THE ROAD TO PROVIDENCE. By Maria
Thompson L>avi<--. With Illustration* ''V
W. 1* King, nmii, pp. -~i. (Tt.« Eobts-
UerrlU «.'onipaay.>
' The love story of a pinker *rbo '-;ad lost
h«-r voice, and how lt »ai ractared '■> her
ti.r.iaph Th.; filorts of a young doctor,
Tom ITsylierry.
THE IXNAU OF ANN. By Kate Trimble
Rbarber. v.jth tUntraUona by paui J.
jifcylaa. ll'mo. \>x>. -""■ <Th« Bobbs-
Company. 5
Th» story of the love affairs of Ann's
cousins and frit-nds, told in the form of
v. «11-:;-.
miN-'KSS FLOWER HAT. A Comedy from
;\t Perplexity Book of Harbara the
Commuter'i By Mabri c.«sgo..d
•■. . Kr/.r.t!»pl<K-e. l.mo, pp. Z&3.
• Tb« H«"»"i" Cotaposy.)
IlirLjra •!!<•»%« th-* prlaccn how to make
j..-r tr;ircl»-n grou-, l,ui lt la Howard Vln
cfent- who tiachet her how to make a
Lome.
THE H\NT»ICAF*. A Novel of Pioneer Days.
By !'_.ili»-rt V. Knowlea. '-:r.<>. pp. 3>tJ.
illetniatf 11. lieveli,.)
Th« narrative of a life that la nobie
in spit* ct environment i^nd heredUj-.
THE &CZXB Of IH&GAia By Pti«w«rt
ru^jrd Whi it. JiJuat rated by L«jaren
A IM'.ler. J^kio, pp. di*. 'Doul.leday,
l'iiC & Co.)
li<:vi*-» <-d ia »uotli«r colums.
THU MWTBE3J3 OF SHBXSTOXE. By Fior.
«-n«'« T.. Barclar. 1-m-i pp. vl. 340. («J.
.J. Putnam's S<tfis. i
\ love tvory in wfctch acquaintance in
renewed *. i*h" M;"Ta. Jan« and othtr n!d
*
(„«: 4! j.T'raT-'l la tb« uuthe'e baolc »d
11tled "T; c >Uj«arj ."
T^r; ' ■ rF.F •■ TEIL Pl'bT, PP 1 ' Cliaj-r«»
T^imoflm *V*JV. V.'i'.b five lilu*tr»tlor.(»
hy J. v. V"*al!. ?vo. v?. 37* [Csteaffo:
A C McCiirg i Co .'
.». taii at rryftrry s.r>.Z rt«s
MAi'K ENL-EHBT: ENGINEER. Br Rct'rt
F.-iV.'rsoa HoSman, V"itn fa>jr ii!us*.r»
XEW-YORK D\TLY TRIBUTTC, S ATTBDAY. orrTOFSKK 20. 1010
tlon» by William Hirndw Foster. Bvo.
pp. 372. (Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co.)
A romance of mountain railroading In
Uw Southwest.
THE PRODIGAL PRO TEM. By Frsflertck
Orin Hanlett. Illustrations by Howard
Ohandlt-r Christ;-. I2mo, pp. vlll, S3l.
'Boston: Small. Maynard * Co.)
A rovel of the Catsldll country, based
on the impen»ona.tlon of one man by an
cth-?r.
THE SCOURGE. By Warrlncton Dawrson.
J"mo, pp. :■< I (Boston: Small. Jfiv
nara & Co.)
A novel of the New South.
THF. CONFESSION OF A REBELLIOUS
WIFE. Anonymous. 12mo, pp. 84. tßoa
tea: Small. Maynard &. <Oi. i
THE BALD KN'OHBERH. A Romantic an<l
Historical Novel. By Clyde Edwin Tuck.
\> ltli Illustrations by Will Va.wr.er. 12mo.
rr- 325. (Indianapolis: B. r. Borven &
Co.)
Kounded on Bom* of thr doedß of the
BaM Kni.bbers. an orsaaisatlon .similnr
to tbe K.u Klux Klan. having for tt« ob
lert tSe protection of life and property
in Missouri.
OUT OF PHOWXING VALLEY. By I Carlo
ton Jv)ii«b. ll'mo. pp. Iv, 315. "Henry
Holt & Co.}
A tale of lov», Sail tins and treasure
huntin? Ml our S«. .hern flWUhi.
PHCEBi: AND RRNKST. By Inez Harass
<;ii!m''-» Tv'i'h Blustratteas b] R. F.
tbeltts. ISIBO, pp. "5:;. (Henry Holt
* Oj.J
X ebronicta of the expertencca an-.l prob
'*•'■• ot Ph^Tbo and raast Martin, an
American brother and sister of high school
ap»
WHITE ROSES. By Katharine Holland
Brown. ]^mo, pp. iv, 533. (Duffield A:
Co. ) . „
Th« story of Miss Coriaca To-wnsenc!
CurtiE's adventures in a construction
camji a' Sfadrllena.
HISTORY.
THF TOWER OP 1 LOXDOX. By Richard
Dsvey. With fourteen illustrations. Svo.
TP- *, ML (E. P. Dm lea *<o >
j Its lifatory. past (reatness and trnpor
tarce In relation 'to English national hl»
ter with a p'.^a for its ruiipleie -gvira
•lcn to its original condition as nearly as
la pessfMe T:.- author presents many
i,ev fa- '8 In connection with the varied
rrcllta of which the Tower has been the
eeene.
PANAMA AND THE CANAL TO-DAT. By
~cTh<fr. Umlrar. With ilfty-three i'.!u»
tra.trons from recent photographs and five
m«p«. ISmtt, pp. xlii, 4SS. i Best«Hi:
I- <:. Pa?e * Co.)
An historical amount of the cans.l
•M'oje-ct from th* earliest tim^r, with spe
cial reference to tho ent»'-prises of t*ie
French company and the United Staus;
■with :i d*tsi)M .".•-srrltrion of the water
war an It will bo ultimately constructed.
ane! a l.rW h 'story of the country. Its
plirpical features and natural r< sources.
HOLIDAY BOOKS.
PETF3T PAN IN* KENSINGTON* GARr-ENs". By
J. M Barrio. "With drawings by Arthur
Rarkham. fcvo, pp. 128. (Chartes Scrlbner's
Sons.)
A WONDBB BOOK AND TANGLEWOOD
TALES. Bj- Nathaniel Hawthorne. With
twenty-four colored Illustrations by H. Oraa
villa Fell. t>vo. pp. it. .';t>4. (E. F. Duitcn
& Co )
THE [<48T OF THE MOHICANS. Or a Nar»
tive cf "1757. By James Fenimore Cooler.
Wiih illustrations by E. Eoyd Smith. Svo,
pp is. 522. (Henry Helt & Co.)
A WONDER BOOK AND TANGLETWOOD
TALES FOR 'JIRLS AND BOYS. By Na
thaniel Hawthorre. With pictures by Max
ileld Parrish 4to, pp. ix. MS. (buffield
& <:o.>
JUVENILE.
CVATTB|tBOX FOR 1910. Founded by J. Er
skte« Clark. M. A. Illustrated. ito, pp. 412.
(Dana Estes £. Co.)
Its special features are three long stories.
"M*ster: a!: a Mistake. " "The Story of Alex
ander t-elkirk' 1 and a tale cf the early nine
teenth century, entitled ••Jim Davis." by John
Masetiec. a series of reproductions of fa—
mccs paintings, with Eketrhes tad aneccloies
of the artists: forty short stories, puzzles
and a collection cf poetry.
BILLY TO-MORROW IN CAMP. By Sarah
Pratt Carr. Illustrated by H. 6. De Lav.
12mo. pp. 263. (.Chicago A. -:. lieClurs
& Co.) "
The second volume In the "Billy To-Mor
re ■ " Berles takes us the tale of t&e youny
hero's adventures In San Francisco.
AM OLD. OLD STORY BOOK. Compiled from
the Qli Testament. By Eva March Tappaji.
Hhistrated. 4to, pp. Ix. CJ4. (The Houghton
M!!*i!r. Company.)
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CHURCH AND RELIGiOUS NEWS NOTES
lew Home for Mew York Schoc! for Deaconesses Now Complete
en Cathedra! Heights.
The new- home for the New York School
for Deaconesses, on the grounds of the
Cathedral of St. John the Divine, is com
pleted, and the school will soon move into
it. Tho structure 13 the finest devoted to
any similar purpose in America, having
cost about 1 120,000. This sum. or nearly
all of it. was left by the will of the Rev.
Dr. C. C. Tiffany, Archdeacon of New
York. The building contains a chapeL at
the eastern end; a library, recitation
rooms and dormitories for fifty students,
and is constructed of brick and sand*
stone, with a generous amount of stained
glass.
The New York Deaconess School was
founded through the efforts of the Rev.
Dr. William R. Huntington, of this city.
THE NEW YORK TRAINING SCHOOL FOR DEACONESSES. ON THE OROUNDfI
OF THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. JOHN THE DUTVE.
For some years it was a small part of
Grace Parish, at 10th street and Broad
way. Later it acquired a home In East
12th street, where it was made a general
Institution, and its connection with Grace
Parish ceased. This home has now been
sold and has become a home for working
women. Owing to delay In completing
the new home on the Cathedral grounds
the school has opened its session for the
year in a house belonging to Grace Parish
at New Canaan. Conn. Removal back to
the city will take place soon.
The new Deaconess School and Home Is
a part of a general scheme of educational
development that Is to take place on and
near the Cathedral grounds in this city.
The new building faces 110 th street, Just
east of Amsterdam avenue, fronting: the
Woman's Hospital, which is on the north
side of the same street. There will some
day be a Bishop's house, probably at tha
corner of Amsterdam avenue, and it is
proposed to erect a new Synod Hall In
Morningside avenue, opposite St. Luke's
Hospital. Other institutions may be cared
for on the spacious plot and yet not In
terfere with the Cathedral.
GENERAL ITEMS OF THE WEEK.
At the Church of the Holy Communion
to-morrow the Rev. William Powell Hill
will preach in the morning, and Dr. Henry
Mottet, the rector. In the afternoon and
evening.
The Rev. Dr. William M. Grosvenor, rec
tor of the Church of the Incarnation, will
preach there to-morrow morning on "The
General Convention at Cincinnati." At the
4 p. m. special musical service the sacred
cantata "The Crusaders" will be Buner. t
The 144 th anniversary of the John Street
Methodist Episcopal Church will be cele
brated to-morrow. There will be special
services all day, beginning at 9:30 a. m.
Among the speakers at the day will be
Robert S. Tilt, the Rev. Drs. Homer C.
Stunts, A. B. Sanford, W. W. Bowdlsh,
F. G. Howell, W. C. Blakeman and J. Wes
ley Hill, and William 11. Morgan.
Harvest Festival Day will be observed
to-morro-sr at the Harlem Presbyterian
Church. The sacred cantata "Seed Tint*
and Harvest" will be sung in the evening.
Mr. Haldeman's morning subject at the
First Baptist Church to-morrow will be
"Hungering and Thirsting." His sermon in
the evening will discuss: "Why Every One
Should Study Prophecy: It Will Explain
to You the Things Taking Place Now; It
Will Post You Concerning the Coming
Politics of the World, and It Will Put to
Shame the Men Who Deny the Bible as
tho Infallible Word of God."
At the Lenox Avenue Christian Church
Dr. W. Bayard Craig will begin to-morrow
an evening series of five lectures on "How
Ws Got Our Bible
At tho Church of the Messiah (Unitarian*
the Rev. John Haynes Holmes will preach
to-morrow at IX o'clock on "Social Salva
tion—A New Gospel for a New Age."
At the Church of the Puritans the Rev.
Dr. C. J- Young will preach to-morrow
morning and evening. In the morning his
subiect will be 'The Word and the King
dom."
At the Harlem Young Men'a Christian
Association the Rev. George S. Avery. su
pr-rlntendent of the New York Christian
I: i .ma for Intemperate Men. will give an
address on "Tha Real Man" to-morrow
afternoon at 4:30 o'clock.
At the Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas
the Rev. Malcolm James MacLeod, minis
ter, win preach at both services to-mor
row.
To-morrow morning at 11 o'clock Dr.
Wise will deliver the third of a eerie* of
addresses at Carnegie Hal! on "Problems
of Religion and Life." speaking on "la the
Pulpit Doomed?" The address will deal
with the question whether trie pulpit has
lost its influence and power and how such
Influence may, if at all. be regained.
The Informal Praise Service, which met
iritfa BUCh great success last year, will be
resumed tn-morro-.v •tcaing at St. Paul's
„ .-: Ui ■i.-.-upaJ Church. An orchestra
i. -:: nt the choir. The organ has
• Ue<l In part during the summer
and Is bow one of the finest instruments In
The- h- I"" A H. Evanj will preach at
terian Church to-morrow
at 11 a, m. on "The Turning t»f tli«? Tide."
:al tnusir.i! Bervlrp will be h.!«l it
8 p. m.
At tho Scotch Presbyterian Church the
Rev. Dr. David *;. Wylie, pastor, th- sub
ject to-m<>rrow evening will be "The study
of the Book at Esther."
Dr. Felix Artier will begin to-morrow a
eerlfts of lecture* on "The Distinctive
Teaching" ot th " Ethical Culture Plat
form."
TIM ""' I ■!••*'■ Bible Claa* of (hi
Fifth Avfmi' Baptist Church meets at 3:40
o'clock to-morrow mornlas, at -ahicji time
th* lender. Dr. Addlson Moore, wiH speak
on the subject of "Debt."
At the men? meeting to-morrow after
noon at 4 o'clock Dr. Homer C Stuntz
t will give an address on '•Pioneering In the
i Philippines" before the 23d street Young
! Men's Christian Association.
The subject of the lesson-sermon In the
! Christian Science churches to-morrow will
i be "Everlasting Punishment."
Dr. Charles A. Eaton, pastor of the Madi
' son Avenue Baptist Church, will preach
■ to-in*rrow at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
| At Christ's Mission the Rev. Paul M.
! Spencer will preach to-morrow afternoon
I at 3:30 o'clock.
j The Rev. Dr. Abbott E. Kittredge will
occupy the pulpit of the Madison Avenue
Reformed Church to-morrow morning at
11 o'clock. In the evening the people's popu
lar service under the auspices of the Men's
Club will be held as usual.
Dr. Edgar 'vVhitaker Work, the pastor.
will preach at both services to-morrow
In the Fourth Presbyterian Church.
The Rev. Dr. Rufus P. Johnston, pastor
or the Washington Heights Baptl3t Church,
will preach to-morrow morning on "The
Church in Paul's Thought."
The Rev. W. Merle-Smith will preach
in the Central Presbyterian Church to
morrow evening on "Omnipotent Will, or
the Dynamics of Success."
The Ladles' Christian Union will resume
weekly devotional meetings on Wednesday,
November 2. in the chapel of the Collegiate
Church, at Fifth avenue and 4Sth street,
at 11 a. m.
The Altar Society of the Church of the
Transfiguration will have its first autumn
meeting to-day to plan Its winter work.
At St. Andrew's Methodist Episcopal
Church the Rev. Dr. George Clark* Peck
will speak to-morrow morning on "The
Mark of the Church." The evening 1 theme
is "Not Bread Only."
On Wednesday evening, November 2, at
8 o'clock at Calvary Baptist Church the
Calvary frrand choir will give its annual
fall musical, at which the solo quartet of
the church. Myrta French-Kursteiner,
Bessie Bowman-Estey, E. Theodore Martin
and C. Judson Bushnell. will sing; Miss
Lolita Oainsborir. pianist, will play and
Miss Emllie Franc- - Bauer, music critic of
"The Evening Mail," will give an address
entitled "Personal Reminiscences and An
ecdotes of Noted artists." Dr. Robert
Stuart Mac Arthur will also make a brief
address. The one hundred- choir will
be heard in Bishop- famous old (flee
"Now Tramp OVr Moss and Fell." in
which Mrs. Kur»t»in»r will eiag- tha solo
obbligato.
At the Church of the Ascension the Rev.
Dr. Percy Stlckney Grant, rector, the ser
viced to-morrow ■will includa morning ser
vice at 11 a. m. and the 8 ■>. m. musical
service. The rector will proach both morn
ing' and night.
At 11 a. ni. to-morrow in Calvary
Methodist Church there will be. given ad
dresses by the Rev. Dr. F. Mason North,
John Call;.: an and special representatives
of the It:i!:an an<l Russian work in this
city. At 8 o'clock a ppecial musical ser
vice will be held.
At the Churen of the Divine Paternity
the Rev. Dr. Fn vlll preach
at 11 a. m on "Traanrattag BtU Into
Good."
"John A. Dix. the Democratic I'andl
£ate for Governor." -.vlil ba the subject of
a five-minute editorial by trie R*V Dr.
Chrtetiaß F. B W of Gracs
Methodist Episcopal Church, at the even
ing service to-morrow. Abraham Green-
Reid, a ftfteon-year-o'.d violinist, who has
Veen sent from Denver by music lovers,
will also play. Dr. Reisner will preach
briefly on "Political Campaigns" The
morning service subject will be "Why
Roman Catholics Attend Church." It will
ba an effort to discover why bo many
Protestant churches are empty, while the
Catholic churches are ft.le-1. At the Jap
anese service, which is held at 3 o'clock
in the c'.iapel of the church. Dr. Harada,
a brother-in-law of Baron Uchida. the Jap
anese Ambassador at Wa.--hir.gton. will
address a union meeting of the Christian
Japanese in New Y^rk City.
The Rev. Dr. A. Edwin Ke!r*ln
preach at both ?ervlce3 in the West End
Presbyterian Church to-morrow.
At the West End Collegiate Church a
class for the study of the international
Sunday school lessons is beins conducted
by the Rev. Thomas Mcßrido Nichols on
Friday afternoons at 4:30 o'clock.
The Rev. Thomas R. Slicer will preach
to-morrow morning at All Souls' Church
on "Humanity at a Premium."
"A People with Itching Ears" Is the
subject on which Dr. Burrell will preach
In the Marble Collegiate Church to-mor
row morning.
■ Dr. Akeu's subject at the Fifth Avenue
Baptist Church to-morrow evenlns; will be
"Immortality: An Anneal to the Ases.
The Intuitions of Plato and Socrates."
The People's Services will be continued
to-morrow evening at the St. James Meth
odist Episcopal Cliiireh. The subject will
be "Tones by the Way."
At th« Brick Church to-morrow Dr.
Henry van Dyke will preach at the morn
ing service it 1 1 o'clock.
At Plymouth Church lir. V. W. Gunuau*
lu-. of Armour fnKtitutn. t "ilcago, will
ni'>rn!nu uxi.l «. ■■,•• -ninp. exchanging
with Vr iHiUs.
At the Metropolitan Tempi* Dr. Hill will
preach at 11 a. m. on "Why [» clod <*li«ntr*
and at S p. m. o>« 'Th« Greatest Efoctloa
of All."
In the Old First Presbyterian Church tha
Rev. Jamas A. sfeCafn* will preach at th*
morning and evening eerrleea to-morrow
'At th« 8 o'clock iervlco tho oratorio at
"Elijah." by ilenJ^lssohn. -will b«s suns.
Dr. Ts"illlam J Dawson, of London, will
speak at t&e Labor Tempi© to-morrow
night. Alfred Hallarn will have charge *>t
th* tempi** chorus ©f seventy-five voice?.
Professor S. C. Schmucker. or the- State
Normal School of. Pennsylvania, will lect
ure In the afternoon at 3:45 o'clock on A
Stalk of Corn." Continuous meetings win
be held from 2 o'clock In the afternoon
until 10 *t nlj?ht. A new feature of the
Labor Tempt* will be the children's hour,
at 2 o'clock, with stories end songs.
At the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian
Church. Brooklyn, the Rev. Dr. Cleland B.
McAfee preaches In the morning on "The
Conversion of Paul" and la the evening on
"Paul: The Development of a Christian
Democracy."
At the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church
the Rev. Dr. William J. Da-arson, from
London, will preach both In the mornlns;
and afternoon to-morrow.
At the Fourth Avenue Presbyterian
Church, now worshipping In the largo hall.
Charities Building. th» R/»v. Dr. Walter
Duncan Buchanan, pastor, will officiate »nd
preach at 11 a. p. and S p. m. to-morrow.
Mrs. Adele Marie Rlque, founder of the
University of Soul Education, of Paris, w'.ll
begin to-morrow her course of lectures on
Advanced New Thought," taking up -The
New Order for Success." Dr. Tejnarayan.
of India, known as "The Monk." and Dr.
Mclvor-Tyndall will also speak at th*
meeting
James H. Hicksy, representing the Re
publican County Committee, will speak to
morrow evening at the Church of the Sa
viour on "Moral Issues of the Campaign."
Preparations for the celebration of the
twenty-first anniversary of the founding of
the Epworth League- of the Methodist Epis
copal Church on Friday. November 11, are
about completed. The festivities will be
gin with a conference for league workers
at No. 150 Fifth avenue. After this there
will b«? an informal dinner at Wanamaker'a.
Henry C. Rom will deliver an Illustrated
lecturs on Bon Hur" at the men's meet
ing of th« West Side Young Men's Chris
tian Association to-morrow afternoon at *
o'clock.
Special music will be rendered at tha
night workers' service m St. Paul's Chanel
to-morrow morning. Miss Helen Dick3on.
formerly soprano soloist for Pryer*3 Con
cert Band, and William Fullerton, tenor,
will sing the duet "Lov© Divine* and t^ie
male choir will give two numbers. Her
bert Hodgson wO give a nfteen-minute
organ iwdtal before the service. The Rev.
Montague Geer will preach.
WILL LECTURE ON SCHOOLS
Municipal Expert Will Explain Civic
Education in Germany.
Dr. Geor* Kerschensteir.er. superinten
dent of schools of Munich, arrived last
night from Genoa on the North German
Lloyd liner Prinzess Irene. He comes here
to spend two months In the United States
visiting the important cities and lecturing
on industrial education in Germany. While
here he will be toe guest of th* National
Society for the Promotion of Industrial
Education. On November 13 he will deliver
an address on "The Continuation Schools
of Germany."
Dr. Kerschensteiner was elected superin
tendent of schools of Munich In 1885, and It
was through his efforts that fifty-two trade
and twelve continuation schools were es
tablished. The boy* of the city are com
pelled to attend one of these institution:
until eighteen years old.
Some five years before his appointment
as superintendent. Dr. Kerschenteiner pub
lished an essay or. "The Civic Education of
the German Youth." which won for him
the first prize of the Royal Academy of
Erfurt »
COLUMBIA LAW SCHOOL MOVES.
This afternoon Kent Kail, th* new home
of the Columbia University School of Law,
will be formally dedicated. Some of the
leading members of the ben^h and bar in
this state are scheduled to speak, among
them being Chief Judge Cullen of the Court
of Appeals, and Justice Ingraham. presid
ing justice of the Appellate Division.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES.
ADVANCED HEW THOUGHT
Sunday Morcinit at 21 A. M. Duryea Hall, 3»
W. 72U st. Subject: •"The N>w Order for Soo
cess." Speaker. Mrs. ADELE MARIE RIQUE.
founder of Ci v«r«lty of Pool Education of Part".
OLD FIRST CHURCH
sth aye., lira to l^r v st.
HOWARD DL'Fl'-IELD. D. D.. Pastor.
Rev. JAMES A. M'CAGtTE -rill preach
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Fourth Presbyterian Church,
"West End aye. and 01st st.
EDGAR WHITAKER WORK. D D., Pastor.
P. ELWOOD tRICK^ON*. Assistant.
Dr. WORK preachea morning a.-.- evening.
CHI Km or THE dS€£N'SIOX
Fifth Arena* and Tenth *>tre^t.
Rbv. Dr. PERCY SSTICKNKT GRANT. Rector.
11 a. m. — Morales Service and Sermcn.
3 p. m. — Gaul's "The Holr city." Tta Rector
will preach at both ■ "•«*.
14th LABOR TEMPLE. 2n4
St. Rsv. CHARLES STELZIjE, Fnpt. Aye.
— W. J. Dawsoa. of Louden, Alfred Ilalliin
and Chorus of 75 Voices.
3:30— Prof. a C. Sccmacker, "A SU!k of Clm."
Continuous tings 2 P. M to 19 P. i.
ALL ANGELS- CHURCH. West^Enlt aye" and
61et St.. Rev. S. DE LAXCBT TOWXJENO,
D. D., Rector. — Holy Communion. Si. m. Morn
in? Prayer and Sermon by th« Rector. 11 a. m.
Choral Evensong, 4 p. m. Tuesday. -.ember
1. All t?ainr!i- Day. 'Ho-y Communicn. 11 a. m.
CHTRCiI OF THE INCARNATION*. Madison
aye. and 35th at.— Ray. W. M. GROSVENOR
D. D.. Rector. S a. m.. Holy Communion li
a. m.. Morninc Service and Sermpn «R»ctor>- 4
p. m.. Evecinir Prayer and special music
Hiles' "Crusaders."
; L I VISRSITY PLACE PREaBYTERLVV
i Church, cor. of lOth St. <cne block west from
> Broadway*. GEORGE AI^BXANDiiP.. D D Pas
i tor - i^'c worship to-morrow at 11 a. li and
! I . M. The Pastor v»ili preach. Wednesday evn
j ing service at 3 clack.
I /JS?Tb>ALVWRYWS7 **• macabthvrTii:
j ft~»ii> •Devout Btsdufi 9.
m. I^L "Harvest Praise 1 • Special Musical Ser
*J# vie* by 100-volcod Choir. E. M. Ecw
man. To Join choir, apply Friday. 7-9. 9.
ST. PAUL'S METHjDIST CHURCH
"U'est End Art. and »6th Stre«t.
Rev GEORGE P. E^KAIAN, V. D., Pastor.
i Preae h ln g services at 1 1 and 8.
' SAINT ANDREW'S M. E. CHURCH.
THth St.. west of Columbus aremie.
GEORGB CL-^RKE PECK. Minister.
II A. M— "THE MARK Ok' THE CtiURCH."
8 P. M.— "NOT BR EA i»q,T •
MADISON AYE. PRK!>»BYTEKIA> (MIRtH.
Northeast corner of TSd St.
Ptibllo worship it 11 a. m. and a> p. ex.
Rev. HENRY SLOANS COFFIX. t>. D.,
j will preach at both services.
ALL SO L'Ld" '(Unitarian). 4th are.. tMth st —
Rev. THOMAS K. SL.ICE2I. Psuitor, will preach.
taking for his theme "Humanity a: a Premium."
tjervicea. 11 a. in._ All cor<lia:;y
Lenox a vs. OI.L.t:«.iIATE CHCBCH. car.
IJCI rft. Rev. EDGAR TILTOX, Jr.. I>. D..
Pastor. 11 a. m. and - p. m.. preachins by tfco
Rev. t'lt.\NK HALL BRIGHT.
Rl£LlG'iot:S SOCIETY OK~FRISXDS (Ortho
dox). — Meetln?!i for worship. I*4 Bant a>in St..
N'»w Tork: Wa.BhlnEton and Lafayette am. ,
; Brooklyn: II o'clock.
"Roonrvelt-Stlmson Campaign — Its Moral I*-
sue," by Hon. JAMES H. HICKET. «lURCH
<>!' THE SAVIOK. Lexington ay«. ur.J 111 th at..
Sunday, ft p. m.
RELIGIOUS SOCIETY Or FRIENDS —
Merung-s for worship. II a. m.. at '._. _ U.i«t
13th St., Manhattan, and 110 Schcrmerhorn it..
Brooklyn;
ST. LUKE'S
Rffv. ASHTON OLDHAM. Rfctor. g. 11 A i«.
GR.VK W. of Cotumbua. — Christian
F. Rslsa*r, 11. "VThr Catholic* Atten4
Churrh"; h. ••CaiapAlgning." Coy vlolUijst.
SI Miiiaon Avenue an<t l^ttth Strrft.
„.„■. »"*'• AI*AN MAOROSaiK. Pastor.
JA>ltd Morning Worship at 11: Ev»nipg, H.
"Tciiuucnf Tit' thu TitAN.sFi«;i: ration i c.
2t«th «.— Communion* 7. *. '•>■ CalUtn's Mj.»h an<t
Swn.injßeitort, 10.30. CHORAL. EVENSUNO. 4.
AT RKKOHMKD t*ATHOljc"sJerTlc««. Chrtsf a
M!-«t> > n, 331 W. 51U» «t- Hn-r. Jnr.:+ s A. O'Connor,
pastor. ArUrnaon, 3:S<X. R«;v. raul it. t«p»!nccr.
r YAKK t PRESBTJiaUAJ* CUURCU. •mhth t.*t..
Anistenlam avr .--Prea-hinj; by Pa.<Jtt>r. Rr-v. Lt.
ANSON F- ATTERBLRV. 11 ■. m.. a p m.
frT MATThH^V'xJ I'HVWII. West !M»h «t."
rear ' Central TarK. n#v. ARTHUR H. JLDOE.
T>*riyT.—&ir\' «*. •*. 11 \. m. anjt S P. w.
MEMORIAL BAPTJsT. \vl»BU!*taa Souare.-^
T^»VTART> JVDSOJf, Pmstar, Trill Dreaca It Mr.
c£lililoN3.c £lililoN3. %
RELIGIOUS NOTICES- ,
TUB JWM.I COLLEGIATE CHCBCH,
2n Ay«. and 7"s it
Rev. JOHX O. FAOO. D. E»., 3Cni«t«V •
trill aaaM at II A. M. and »F- m.
TUB nAKBLK COIXS««.I%TE CHTTBCH. •
sth .\v. «nd S»tb St.
R«v. r>AVTD JA>tES DLT.RfXI* D. X^j >C>*
ttt«tr. will priaoh a'- 11 A. M. *a<t d P.
Mornm* — * Peopto with Itchlac Ears.
Evening — LJf<» in Us» Wheels.
TirE im uti; i hi urn OF •».
>ICHOLA>.
S'h Ay». »n4 43t*t st.
R«v. MALCOLJ4 JA3IES MACLEOD. XMStas*
•v::; preach at 11 A. M. aa-I 9 P. M.
THE \VE>T EM> COLLEGIATE CHURCH.
West E^j4 At*. aa*t 77t1» .St.
R*v. HFTNRT nVERTSO.V COBB, D IX. TCatsj
t«r. will ul— "I »r. 11 A. ML_anJ *:3»JT. Jf.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
RriMMtway and 7»th >trrrt.
PASTOR. 1. H. Hi:.n£«M.
ii v ax. — "urxfiExayn am> Trnwrrvn.**
8 P. M. — -WHY EVERT CTfE SIIOCLI>
sTCDV raonucT! IT win EAPT.VI.V
TO MX 'Hi rf»lX<,-» T.VKl>'«i rUXCK
NOW; it WILL PO^T YOI' I OMTRVINO
THK roifi>4. POl.inCri Or me HORJ.P.
A>O IT WILL PIT TO HlUff Tit« W£N
WHO I>K>Y THE BiBIK A3 THE I^»-
FALUni.£ WORD or tiOD.**
Rrlnc your III Me« W nd imtebooh*.
JOHX I»TRKKT
itETHODI.^T EPISCOPAL. fHTnCH.
Mother Churrh «f American M<*«hodl«ni.
IMTH ANNIVEBi»AItT.
!):.•"> A. SI. — L*jv» Fea^t. 1«):V» A. Jt—Preacfc
lr^ by Dr. HOVER C. s'TUN'TZ. 'The Bia« «a<t
?cr»atl tf Mctno.U3m as a. ".VorM Korr<»." S:<Jf».
P. M. — "Cr'-^tinic' from lister Denominations."
by Dr. DAVID JAMES urRP.ELU Pastor MiTt.!*
CnJic^iatft <7hurrh. Addr»wi*9: Dr. J. WE-ST^TT
WTT.r^ Hon. FRANK MO:?* an.J former p«*
tor«. «:4J P. M.— Birthday r.r^tlngtt toy r iitiat
Epwcrth L#ari*-«. conducted h~ M- JAM P
rOVVARO. X:Ott P. M.— Pr»«rhtnw trr T>r. XT. H
MOR'iAX. of Newark. • Ccas«crated personality- ' *
SfTeeor^'sl2;i)urcb
»Wiiiml «««aare and l«a *C
Rev. HUGH BIRCKHEAD, D.D., Rector
9 A. If. — Holy Communion.
'1 A. — Monsln? Prarer »n-l •»# »>■>
Pr»arh»r — The Rector.
a P. If — Fr»n!nr Prayer an/! *»fnvn.
**nbj~-r. The "In nf lodiirrrrar*."-
Prea«:h«r— Rev. WM. SCARLETT
ALI. SEAT.*> FKEE.
trinity Church
3naday Services: 7*?. 10:30 a. m. rSwrws?;
8:30 S:<K> &. m
«>-• Service*: T JO, 9 Oft a. m. . 8 p. «
CfcTireii open all duy. Ta» public I* eoriSatlr
invited to th« services, baa or Suaday* and os
week da; 3.
FIFTH A,- ':; SIPTIST CKU3CH
•*» West F«i*T-alxta Street.
Th« REV. « HAKlt> F. ARET*. U. t>..
will preach to-morrow mcrsr-:; and evenla!'-
SarvJces at 11 and •* o'c!oe!r.
Mcrnins— "OM Testaaient latoleranc* aad TO»
N«n«eis on C^v*ry."
Evening — "ImniartalitT: aa Appeal to ta*
Ac«s." So. 2, ■ Th« Intuitions of PTato as 4
Socrates."
BIBI.K n \— *r> FOB Torxr, vu?% xsim
rooo Homa at O-.m *. m.
CENTAL IhK>BVTfß[\> {lIIRfll, ""
west sTth Ft.. b«tw»>«Ti BrM': and T*!» X***
Rev. TTiLTON' MERLE-SMITH. D. D.. Paitor.
R*v. O. H. SMYTH, Jr.. .Assistant.
Dr. S'EP.LE-cMITH preaoh«-« at 11 A.M. * 8 P.M.
Ever.insr stibj^rt: -OMXTPOTEST 'WILL- OK.
THE DYNAMICS OP SUCCESS."
Christ'an Endeavor meetlas auaday mcrtrici.
9:43. Toub* isena Bible stadr class. 10 A. V
Sunday School a: 2 P. " Devotions! ileettr^-
Wad, at S P M. All welcoisa.
THE IjAniES' CHRISTIAN~"UXIOX w!sl r—
sam» week!-/ Devotional meetings on 'W*lr^»
4*y. November 2d. la •.4« Chap«l of Cm Ccl~
!*clai» Church, Firta Avess* tacj Forty-«is4t
Str-et. at Eleven A. M
These prayer m»»ticcs 'win coattaa* s«fer:.
"*Ve«ire!>riay frcra Nov»ait)«r to Hay. a? tfc« MM
place and hour. La.iir-"! m c_-n!lal*T "-■■'•*
\i -«■« ■ MAfiTHA E. PETTUS.
Secretary OJminitte<».
. T^qVerson. Cso West 71st Street.
fifth mm pfl£san£iiu wm
nil Aye. an-i "th Street.
Servtc<»s at 11 a. M. and 4 P. M.
REV. WILLIAM J. DAWSO3, D. 0.
Ifma Lendoji. will rreach
bctii morning *:.& afteraccs.
Bible School x.c- I at 0:ZO A. 21.
temdmj ETr-slng' Lecture i- • "•
__ Every oa« is iajUed to these ■ervte«».
(SOCIETY FOB ETHICAL CTTTTMMT'
Xertiur-H»a-* CVotral I'ark Was! and Buh «t.
ns. rrux adlei:
dcltvers the first of a s«rle« .' l«etar«« «a «a»
••DISTINCTIVE TEA<7HIX«i3 OF THE ETIII-
C.VL PL.\.TFriKM." The ttiU nf the rrst lecrjrw
is "WHAT WE OTE TO THE IiEFREXV RK
LJGIUN ANI> OLT. POINT O£* DEPABTUKE
Fl:< >M IT."
"Untlav morninc »« It. Th«» pnhli*- «• nfli wi'.
HOBTB f PBESBnEBUS CHUROL
13Z& St.. bet. Broadway and AmsfnJara n«».
Hay. John B. Hacfci", Pk. i.
U a. m. — "Tij.. IMku:? oi a Moa."— lsaiaH
vt. 1-ti.
.3 p. m. — "Jota Kovrard. Pioneer Prison n»
forxner."
GirvTsT^n"HIOI^EP!^?JLIH!JHGH f
ia>th Street and S«v»ntii Av-nae.
Rev. CHARLES I. UOODELL, D. V.. Pa.«»tor.
11 A. il — AadreasH« by Dr. F. MASON NOItTH.
JOHN" r.\l.i-AHAX and ethers.
$ P. M.— SPECIAL. MUSICAL Verdi's
ilansonl Rejjuiem. will be reniiere-i. Aiiiirea* &}"
the Pastor. Subject: "Music to VTuiahipc** -- : --
CHVRCH OK ZION AND ST. TIMOTHT.
S3-* West t'iii Street.
Factor. P.ev. Henrj- _üb-r». D. C. L.
Holy Communion. •• A. M
Momlai; prayer; Preacher, tft» Rector II A. SL
Bmhsodst Preacher, Rev. Dr. Rusatoa. . >P. V.
AH Saints' Day — Nov. Ist:
"liiuli Prayer. Hnly Communion and mi—.
_ M ".'> v M
~ Ji.U)ls6> AVfcM C B.4PTt*T CHI BCH.
iLXDISOX AYE.. COR. SIST ST.
C A. EATON, D. D., Pastor
■orUI preacii at ii A. m ass I P. 11.
11 A. M.— "TSe Secret Of ETercal Touia.
8 P. M. — "Dow Relfsion Adi Anything N»»
to a Man's Nature? If tJo. Whatr*
nil'Rt'll Of TIIK \f >»IAH.
(TNITARIAN". Park ay. and 34fh s*.
5 Rev. ROBERT COLLTER. L«. P.
Miruaters:— j Jley JOH HATXES HOtJUES.
11 a. m. Mornins s^nice; Mr. HOLMES wCI
treaoh. BoMeec "SOaAL SALVATION.**
r 'A NEW GOSPETL TOR A NEW AGE."
All ar* cordlai'y tnvitwl
Madison Square Presbyterian Chorea.
Madison Aye. and 2tt2 ■
Her. C. H. PARKHTRST. D. IX. Puat-
Rev. G. R. XOXTCOXBBX, PSI »•
JkmlMUat Minister.
T>w Pastor w!U fr»a'?i» 11 a. se. ac2 Itr.
MOXTGOMSRT S p. m.
St. Bartholomew's Church.
Mad'son Arenue. c«T«r 44th ITM>
Th» Rev. LEIOHTOV PARK 3. V. E>.. Rect<?r.
S:CO a. ra. — Holy communion.
II a. m. - ----- r"a>'^~ a "J SMiusa.
4 p. m. — Evenici prayar.
The Rector wHl_pr«aoh morniay agg arVrauoa.
madTson AYE. m. c. CHtTnCH.
Corner SOtn 3' mi
R-v. WALLACE MACMtTLLEX. D. P.. Paster.
11 a. M. — SereiiP. by the Pastor "Tie Ct:y of
God."
8 P. M.— Special Mistral Sercic*. at ■m%tah
Shepard's Cantata. "Th* Sermon ob ta» Mjubj.**
xrtll be rendered by th« choir^
TIiE~~UNION-~THEaLbGia.\t, SEiUXAST
In ?!*» Ctry of New Tor*.
S*rvi.-» ta th» Ctapel. Claremoat »v«RU* 3*
tw<»>!n l^Crh and 131 streets, at «i*ven o'clock
Prearh-r. the Ray. Prsf»ssor WILLIAM ATMM*
BP- »v D. T>.
The attendance of all not -••iJ.ar'./ wcr»hi^
ping rUr-xbrT* la cordially tr.vlr»i.
Broadway Tabernacle
Brwodway *»nH Mth Str#*t.
Rev. CIIARLES E. JEFTT:RSO?X. D. D.. Pa««r
preaches at 11 a. m.: special >'.-» ----- •-«
Gaul's "Holy City" at S p. c: •-.-.»
p. ™! Prv--«r M*»- ._
THH FREE SYNAGOGUE
STEPHEN' S. ■Xt-E. Rabbi.
i:\uyiT.e.iT. U.%t)U
PundaT Morning *- 11.
*•!» TirE rrtrrT DOO.HH)?"
Alt Art> Weln»m<».
BRICK CHURCH
Fifth Avenue and Ttirty-seveath ««t.
HENRY VAN' DTKB will preacn at 1U
Norman M. Thoma» at *.
Eibl* scho.:l ar.d Claiw*-, »:4B A. M.
Preparatory L<>ctur». ■vre-.ln«s*»y. 5 P^_M.
KTCOtS PRJESBYTERt\.X CUCECH,
Broadway and 734 street.
Pr»ac!ilr.(r at 11 m. n. ar-j * p. m.. by «*•
REV. PERCY >L\RTX>.
••( TVUllamstCKn. JJ.ii.
Prayr ileetiaif W»<Ja«utay Cvnlng at
ConJqft«i.l by RE> DU. KITTREPGE.
WESt E«D PaISSYTEUIIM CHURCH
.\rr..»T-: :a.ni ava. and ICSth sC
Rev. .'. Edwin Kelgwin, CO., Pastor.
b^nrir—* at l! a. m. artd » p. nv.
Dr. KEUiWIX will preach at Nith m»rr«cr«.
Th* thnrrb of th^ Divine Patrrnlty.
Ontr.il P»rk UM ami ?<Sth -tm-t.
Tn» Pastor. FRANK OLtVKIi HALL. D. D..
wti! prt«efl ai if a. XI. !<uß;<»ct:
•Tn«n-.miittii« Int.. I^W." ______
iIADIi?ON AVENUE JiKSXHoikl) CUCRCU.
37th »t. ami Madison aye.
nirr. avm. c.vkter. t». i>.. T'Asron.
11 a. 55. — Dr. A. H. KITTRKDaK pr«ach««.
<* p. m. — pfoiUe'* f*npu!ar ?»«»rTtP».
si:vv~TirucuiiTl
Sundaj aftorn«H>isA ut X S«a^on Berk?!*v
Tlxeatr-. 'W«"<t 44tn *t.. nrar Sth aye. MR.-*
MARY E. CHAI'IN. ■• . pet Mm i "T5»
%'aiua of Living. 'J
GRACE CHURCH, JstSk."
Services, rt. 11. 4. S. Prpaohtra: Bi.-«h»p sE»-
ST:ms. 11: ic^v. W. is. cpt>Y. ■». Rector rttLU
CHL'KCH OF THE IIL'AVEXLY UEST^
>*tftl» *v»., »t»>v« 43ta «t.
l>v. HEItBUKT SHIPMAN. Rvctor.
SwrTfcww.J* and II a. m. ; H p. m.
LBXaaLx-AYcCWK^CJIfZJUUAa miiri
CutT!?r lClat tstrs^t. .-•;■■> i t - e s «t El*v»9
-^1. l>rr«» •* Atli»: ITj.iu-.J My^tltr."
Rsv. M»r!« &t._Croui tv right. P. O ._jy*KUt*r
WEST PKt>D\TERIA> CHURCH^
On 4il «.. between its aad 4th tires.
Esv. ANTHONT H- EVAX3. D. C Passsr
fraacr.o at 11 i. a. zz* 3 a. m.
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