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Jfending Broken Men?
Civilization in War
By Willis Fletcher Johnson
Redeemi"# the Dinabled
-fl hat the Nations Are Doing for
the War-Stricken
?iK RBD-SMPTION OF TIIE DISABLED. By
WLShhutIs: "tui an Introductory ohapttr hy
ggjr. llliTstrated. 8ro, pp, XXVI. 3?s. I>.
t/fUium * < ???
There is scarccly a more gratifying
?d inapiring phase of twentieth cen?
tury civilizntion than that which ia
wrceived in the attitude and conduct
both oi society and of governments to- |
?grd the wounded and disabled in war.
f? a" know. through too painful raem
ory. how those unfortunates fared in ;
earlier times. They were turned out i
tn beg or to starve, or to live on the
ehsrity of relatives or friends. That
m inhuninn. In later years they were
made scant pensioners upon tho public
bounty. That was false economy. But
now they are restorcd to self-support
jujusefulness. That is humane, and it
is sound economy.
We have had a number of excellent
volumes on this subject, but nonc of
wider scope or greater authority than
the present. Mr. Prosser is director
and Mr. Harria is a member of the Fed?
eral board for vocational education
and Colonel Hillings is at the head of
the division of physical reconstruction
in the office of thc Surgeon General of
the United States Army. In scope tho
volume tells us in detail waht the other
belligeront nations have done and aro
doing for the rehabilitation of injured
soldiers, and also what the United
States is doing. It is a marvellous
showing, reflecting credit alike upon
humanity, scientific ingehuity and med
ical and surgical skill. There is also a
detailed discussion of the problems of
placement, in the civil service and else
wherc, the duty of the homo commun?
ity, and the need of a supporting pub?
lic sentiment.
Pcrtinent to the subject, too, is a
discussion of the larger problem of
the salving of wrecks in the industrial
as well as the military world, It is a
startling thought that in this country
the number of workers annually dis?
abled through accidents or otherwise
is as large as would be the number in
a llghting army of 1,500,000. Surely
civilization cannot permit them to be?
come altogether derelicts. The hieh
A fine, full'
flavored novel
of modern
Kentucky
A thrilling
record of
emotional
experienc.es
A straight
away love
story of new
St. Louis
Two or Three Good Novels Will:
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everybody has some worries.)
2. Introduce you to a number of new and stimulating
people.
3. Entertain you; give you the feel of other scenes and
far-away places.
WHY JOAN?
By ELEANOR MERCEIN KELLY
By the author of "Kildares of Storm." zA story of modern
Kentucky, without moonshiners, revenue officers and any of that
too familiar group. The novel is set in picturesque Louisville,
but the story is not primarily of a place but of a human heart?
Joan's heart. It is beautifully done. {Frontiapiec*. $150)
DIVERGING ROADS
By ROSE WILDER LANE
c_A home with faithful love and happy children in the house, with
flowers in the front >-*?**?(', with work and joy and content and
fearlessness?this was Hs'en's vision as a school-girl. But first
came wage-labor, then t?e glittering life of San Francisco's joy
riders who love highballs and hate inhibitions. And then.. ($1.50)
THE AMERICAN
By MARY DILLON
oMrs. Dillon, author of "The Rose of Old St. Louis,"
is a born story - teller, and the world has loved to listen to
such since the beginning of speech. "The American" is
the love story of a beautiful girl of wealth and position
who casts in her lot with a group of settlement workers.
(Four Illustrations by R. M. Brinkerhoff. $1.50)
At all boalutorei
Publisfi?d by
THE CENTURY CO.
3S3 Fourth Avenue
New York City
ethicnl spirit, thc sound economic prin?
ciples, and the intensely practical in
tormation of the hook make it a vol?
ume of tho greatest and most timcly
interest.
<'ariiig for "the Boys"
J t*i iporttllbbons. With fronllsploce. 12*0,
ii'. mi , _s?. lim Century Company,
We must iissumc this book to be a
reiation ot actual experiences and do
ings. i hat ia because the author so
indicates it, and also because all tiie
way through it bears the unmistakable
stamp of veracity. Really, it could not
De other than true. Mere liction could
not be so interesting. It is a story,
filled with other stories, of life at the
authors home in France, which he
made a home for as manv of the Amer?
ican soldiers ns could be gathered into
jt. Ihe "boys" made themselvcs at
home there, and talked 1'reely with
their hostcss, and told her of cheir ex?
periences and their feelings; and he
jotted down their talk, and made it
into a book. It is a book that gets not
merely close to but actially into tha
heart of the American soldier in
?rar.ee, to a degree that few others
havo done.
Y. M. C. A. F
mi
RHTSfES OP thi: REp TUIANOLB. Veraoa
bj Hampden (.ordon; pictures by Joyeo l>ciinjs.
4i". John Lane Company,
These immensely clever cartoons and
the amusing rhymes which accompany
them give n doubtlessly cxaggeratcd
yet none the less realistic view of some
of those humorous phases of life near
thc battle front which made life toler
ablo for multitudes of min during thc
, honors of the war. lt is an ophemerul
iv.it of war literaturc, but it will afford
rich entertainment for many until wc
reach thc longed for time when thc
???JiiWaf a'!11 lU1 its W0M will belong
S.,oerrlyth?ng.::?reaIm of "old- unha^
A Bitter Jest
-"Civilization" Dcpieted in ihe
Negation of Humaiiitv
*?"'* -J'5- ' '?' ' witury Company
We are rcminded that this little
work received the Goncourt prize in
| Paris for the year 1018. That waa
weh. Had it not received it we should
i wish that the prize were abolished,
for we can recall and we can imaginc
no book more worthy to rcceive it. It
is, of course, a hideous and unforgiv
able thing that there should ever havo
been opportunity and nccessity for
such a book. But that was thc' fault
of the Hun. It {? a pity that there
must be a Pasteur Institute; but there
must be, so long as there are mad
dogs.
"He spake a bitter jest" when he
named the volume "CivilizationI" And
from first to last it is a living chron
icle of things which are crimes against
civilization, things which cause us to
wonder if we have after al! advanced
beyond the manners of thc Stor.e Age.
Such, at least, is tlie superficial view
when we scan these vitnol-etched
scenes of horror on the lield and in
the hospital, N'ever before has any
writer so brought home to us the un
speakable, the indescribable atrocities
of Hunnlsh warfare. It is the nega?
tion of humanity.
Yet that is the superficial view. For
if it were not for humanity, iI" it were
not for civilization. men could not
have endurcd theso things. They could
not havo laughed, clear eyed, in the
face of pain and death. No man
whatcver a Hun might do can read
the book without weeplng for utter
pity. But we should pity him who
could read it without feeling a miglity
inspiration and a joy in that the
human soul can so "tiro torture and
time" and can triuittph over the very
powers of hell. In hearts that can do
this is thc world's true civilization.
Tohl hy thc Marincs
"I'CAIt I'OLKH AT iKiMi; " ( mpllpil hy *C?tn
I" I' CowIiiki edlled. Ity CmirlllM llyley Coo
Mr; llluatfjited lu Morgnn ncnniii S?o pp
*!*? 'i ? liaiiiilituii m Iflln i inimi y
Tho thrilling slory of our marliicH
ln Kranr,. i. unlquoly tohl In this
volumo in tholi' own lettern to the
"I'olKn nt homo," Tho iciieri wcii'
contrlbuted by 11 groal number of
people, ni. the request of Marlno liond
quarfcem. l''roni the wholo muHs Judl
cloui* i.eliTi Iohh woro mmlo so um Lo
avold duplication nnd to covor fh* com
plOtoly us possible tllO Whola story ol'
the campaign. Only so much edltlnu
has been done as was necessary for
purposes oi* publication. Tho reoult
Is a most fasciniiting collection of
veritable human documents, and a
series of views of the last year of tho
great war sileh as could nowherc else
bc had.
Youth and War
CniUSTorilKR. Hv Slr Ollvcr l/?hr Illustrated.
- 8vo. pp. 290. Georgo II. Doran Company.
Sir Oliver Lodge, whom we have been
wont to assoeiate partly with high
scientic attainments and partly with
speculations upon and researches into
the future life, has here written a most
interesting memoir, rich with letters
and other documents, of Christopher
Tennant, a nephew of Lady Stanley,
who came of age and died upon the
battlcfield of France. lt is of much
personal"?interest, but its supreme value
is much morc than personal. It is an
interpretation of tlie part that youth
played in the great war. One of the
most abominable phases of the Ger?
man crime against humanity was the
sacrifice of youth, thc wholcsalc ravish
ing of young womanhood and the
slaughter of young manhood. But the
spirit that is in man transcends even
slaughter, and it is that spirit v.hich
the author here reveals. lt is a book
of immeasurable comfort to the bcreft, |
and of the highest possible inspiration I
to all who think of human life as
something morc than mere physical ex
iatence.
Escaping the Huns
TniRTBEN DAYS. By Captain .1. A r,. Caunter
llliiKtraicl. 12mo. pp. 15, 224. Tlie Macmll
lan Company,
All books on escapes of prisoners of
ivar from German camps and .iails are
.->f interest. There is not ore that fails
to throw some additional light upon
conditions in the prisons and in the
Bountry outside of them. Captain
Caunter appears not to have suffered as
many hardships as many others have
reported and to have been able to per- !
??tive a good deal of racy humor in his
ixperienccs. His book is pleasant read?
ing nnd will add to popular informat ion
-if the experience of prisoners of war
r Germany.
Tumblefol
By JOSEPH WHITTAKER
With a foreword by BEN TILLETT, M. P., the famous labor-lcader, who
?atj: " I his book is the sweetest human document I have ever heard of or
read.' A story of life in the slurns of an English manufacturing town, of
poverty and privation, of boyish friendship and fortitudc, of character and
beauty, intense with true humanity. It challeugcs comparison, in its appeal
<^tlimplicity and rcitraint, with any writing of thc kind in our language.
ftll zlL. E. P- DUTTON & CO! 681 S^yJE^
By the Author of "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse"
THE DEAD COMMAND
By VICENTE BLASCO IBANEZ
Translatcd by Francea Douglas
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feganl to
in some
f?rn*tim
By th.
tlM net
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to the paychological problems, and it is written in a style?especially
agea of descripfion?that is sometimes irrrsistiblv tharming and
iea awe-inapirlng in its uttcr glory."?AV<ty York Tribune. $1.75 net.
ie same author?"SONNICA"?an historical novr) of great power.
DUFFIELD & COMPANY,
211 W?s?t 33rd Street, New York.
VIANAGEMENT (12mo, pp. 96, George
I. Doran Company), contains half a
loaen cssays on running away from
ife, axioms about war work, the diary
labit, the meaning of frocks and sim
lar topics in Mr. Bcnnett's character
:stic style, which is always artistic and
entertaining.
THE KAISER'S REASONS, bv Eliza?
beth Marsh (small Rvo, pp. 172, Duffield
& Co.) is a satirical drama in three
acts with intcrludcs, which contains a
vast amount of shrewd and veracious
eharacterizutions of thc last of the
Hohenzollerns.
AUTOMOBILE L1ABILITY, by John
A. Post (18mo, pp. viii. 46), is an admi?
rable little guide for the avoidance of
accidents or for dealing with them, by
an experienced lawyer. It is published
by E. P. Uutton & Co.
NERVE CONTROL AND HOW TO
GAIN IT, by 11. Addington Bruce
(l2mo, pp. 310, Funk & Wagnalls Com?
pany), is a practical discussion of the
whole question of nervous troubles
and their cnuses, written in a chatty
and non-technical yet serious und uu
thoritative style.
Harper & Bros. send us two admi?
rable little manuals on health and phys?
ical efficiency. MOTHER-LOVE IN
ACTION, by Prudence Bradish (12mo,
pp. xii. 243), is a book of sensihle and
practical suggestions to parents,covcr
ing the whole period of life from before
tho baby is born until his or her college
days are ended. KEKPING FIT A1,E
THE WAY, by Wnlter Camp (illustrat
ed, 12mo, |ip. 210), is a most authorita
tive manual on calisthenics, physical
culturo, nnd in general thi! gospel of
health, strongth, offleieney and happi
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who nrv past whut is comrnonly re
garded ns tho athletic period of life.
TIIE GUN BOOK, by Tho'mas Heron
McKco (lllustratad, IZmo, pp. x, 862,
Henry llolt & Co.), in a timely nnd
ii (Ini iiiiuiuiil for the luymun, man or
lioy on ihe mochonism and tises of all
horts ol' lirenrrus.
THE SHIP DOILUlNa l,\T>HSTHV,
by Koy Willmnrt'i Kelly nnd Krederick
.1. Allen, nnd with nii inlroduction by
Charlen M, Schwab (lllustrated, umnf]
8vo, pp. xx, 803, Moughton Mlfflln
Company), is n alnguiurly complote,
Intercatlng nnd Inatructlve troatlao on
practically nll phaaaa of both mercati
tila nnd naval ahipbullding, with ospo
cinl rofsrsncoa to the dovlcoa und
iiiethodn devloped during the war.
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beginning with tha marriaga iVast at
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PSALM8, by Ralph Weii,( Kaoler (I2mn
pp. 1'<7), contains well aelectod read?
ing* from the Paalma, upproprlataly
clasaHied and with nympntlietie nnd
anggeatlva comments, tiie tkagehy
OP LABOR, by Willii.,,1 miev Halaload
(H5mo, pn. 107), is nn Intaraattng
monograph in folk philosophy. Thaaa
thr?>e volumes urti issued by the Ab
ingdon Press.
THE I'N'BROKEN TRAIMTION, bv
Nora Connelly (lltuatrated, 12mo, pp,
202), purports to be tt vcrncious and in
timatc personal account of tho at
tempted revolution in Ireland during
Easter week of lillfl. It is publiahed
by Bonl & Liveright. From tha mtmo
house, in "Tha Modern Library," comoa
THE WOMAN QUESTION, eempriiing
a number of esaays by various well
known writers, edited by T, R. Smith.
Irvin S. Cobb'a EAT1NG IN TWO
OH THREE LANGl.'AOEK M!luMt,uted
12mo, pp. 64) Is a delightful bit of in
terji&tional humor, publiidied by tho
George H, Loran Company.
Arnold Bennett'* BELjf AND SELF-j
FIGHTING B YNG
A bang-up Secret Service story by
A. Stone-?a peach of a mystery?
with spies?detectives?big business
and blockade runners in a free-for-all.
All dealers. $1.50 net. Britton, N. Y.
M??ivvxmmm
By Henry van Dyke
T H E VALLEY
of VISION
Varied storics full <>f mean
ing, dealing with human love
and faith, with dreams and
realities, with things that will
last wlien thc war is ended but
not forgotten.
"It i?t so full of variety thal
almost every reader will find
in it something of Interest,
while all of it is well, and some
of it very exquisitely, and some
oi ii very forclbly, written ln
a smonth and gracious Btylc."
?Nrnv York Tirnrs.
"8h0W8 thr plras.inl, easy
style. the high idcnlirsm, the
genilcnesH inul Nunity of spirit
that are characterisiic of Dr.
van Dvke." -Nc<U) York Sun.
Illustrated, $1,50,
CHARIfS SCRIBNFRS SONS
HFTII AVfc.AM8*-ST. NEW YORK
Sciences of the Home?
Tiie Care of the Person
Books on Health
For a Sound Mind in a Sound
Body
Perhaps no generation was ever so
taken up with hygiene, mental science,
germs and philosophy as is this. How
to keep well, how to ward off old age!
and stiff joints, how to sccure a well
balanced mind, tho rclation between
mind and body and soul, are the sub
jects of cults without er.d. Of course,
in such a turmoil there is much that!
is had nnd much that is good.
The last sentence might be para- j
phrased to apply to "Bathing for
Health," by Edwin p. Bowers. M. D. '
'',"""'.. PP. 143. Edward J. (Tode).
inc thing ahout the book to which we '
take exception is the style in which
it is written Very excellent material
is nresented flippantly and with an '
evident desire to be funnv. This is to i
be regretted because Dr. Bowers reallv
has much that is very valuable to say
Hc upsets some of the old theories
as to the cold plunge, and those of us
who can only arise from it shakine
and shiyering will welcome his Pre
cepts. All his theories are backed up
by sound common sense, and a cnrrfnl
perusal of the book would benefit any
one.
Not so "Keeping Young and Well."
by G. \V. Bacon, F. R. G. S. dL'mo. op.
!72j published by the. same house. * It
has a diagnqsis of and home panacea
for almost every known illness. Prob
ably unskilled trcatment in the outset
ot a serious ailment has filled more
graves than any other one form of
unscientific meddling. When one is ill
the assistance of the best phvsician cb
tatnable is the desirable thing-. To try
*o patch things up at home often ren- '?
ders his aid too late. This book is a
small edition of the old-fashioned
family Doctor Book" which had great
voRue in country districts twenty-five '
years ato.
On the other hand, "Health First," by ?
?9einr?r?W^h* Cha|,in* M' D* (12mo. pp
--i. 1 lie Lentury Comnanvi, is worthv '
a place m every library. It is a con'
oise and sensible treatise on health
and hygiene. It hegins with "Health
,u e In,fant and also the voung
mother and proceeds with simple'rules
of conduct conducive to right living
for each stage of man and woman*
development Chapter titles such ar
r$J dj,ng,,J.n.fect,.on'" "Health and Xu
tntion," "Climatic Influences" "Loca
Influences" and "Moral Influences" an
1
indicative of the""fiefd Vhar'the" book
covers. lt might well be rcad by every
young mother who wishes some plain
The Sweep of the Centuries Seen Thru God's Telescop-T
Its a Wonderfully Inspiring View. The First
of Three Lecturea on the Most Marvelous
Prophecy in the Bibie.
"The Last Prophetic Date in This
World's History''
Prof. C. T. Everson "?#t?|bi. Casino Thr. '?? *
Sun., 8 P.M. Good Mu-sical Progran, Doora open 7:15. fZ
\..uy,r.H[ .Sunthty mghl audience in New York.
II trust
- ? .., , HlllN.1.' kl'ILAM,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Broadway aml 7'iih Street.
PASTOR I.M.1IALDEMAN.D.D.
II A. M. "MyMicrv nt i|i? Qreat <'lin.HK<>'
'?',.??).,''?? "??' :?'???'? of ChrUUuns who wll
M3V1CR UO THROUUIl D13ATII AND TWlfl
ln thlH Rormon Dr. Haldeman will speaU
on the state ot the i !hi Istlan di ad
.'? ?'? M. "THE POPE IS REPORTED
SAY1NG NON-CATHOLICS OUGHT NOT
TO POSSESS PAEESTINE, GOD HAS
SWORN NEITHER CATHOT.ICS NOR
PROTESTANTS, BUT JEWS, SHALL POS?
SESS IT FOREVER. WILL JEWS AC
CEPT HEAD Hl'' PROPHETIC LEAGUE
OE NATIONS A3 POLITICAL MESSIAH?
IS CHRIST COMING TO MAKE THEM \
RULING. NATIONAL POWER? WILL
JERI SALEM BE WORLD CAPITAL?
ARE WE Ti> HAVE A UNIVERSAL GOV?
ERNMENT TO SATISFY EVERY IDEAL,
\ GOVERNMENT WHICH IS NEITHER
A DVNAST1C, NOR A DEMOCRATIC.
SELE-ELECTED, VI TOCRACY? ARE
EVERY DAY EVENTS FULFILLING
PROPHECY AND PROVING BIBLE THE
\\ ORD OF GOD?"
Frldaj Night, Mar< h 28. S o'clock,
"Remi mbi rlng the Way."
Madison Avenue Baptist Church
MADISON AVENI ),". COB S1ST ST.
Dr. Charles A. Eaton. Pastor,
II V M. DR. 7, I'. TUCKER AND DR
i:.\Tn\ "TE.MPERA.VCE <>U PUOHIBITION?" '
- P M\- Dli. EATON ? IS I HE I.EACSUE (1K
NATHO.Na A CHRISTIAN' PKOPOSITIOM"
Eaton ClaSH for Men lu ,\. M.
Women's Bible Class 10 a. M.
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
s. K lllll 02D ST. AND AMSTBUDAM AVE.
Frank M. Goodchild, D. D., Pastor
ll?"More Than Others"
8?First in a series of Lenten
Lectures with Lantern Pictures.
mt. morris baptist church
"john herman randall'
11 A.M. "WHAT Ol II BOYS BRING HOME "
S I\ M.?"THE SOCIALISTS" SOLUTION*'?)
in series "BulKlinti tiie Xew World."
Judson Memorial, Washington Square
11 A M.?CESIDIO SIMBOLI preachcs
S P, M. OPKN KORUM MEETING.
C K. KliMl NDS, I'resldenl of tha Cauton
Christian College, "Cliimi's Only Hope."
FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH,
?I lo s West 40th Street.
Ur. CORNELIUS WOKTJ'KIN at 11.
Suuday School, 9:30 A. M.
Mr. T. Howard Ardrey, Lcader Men's Clas?. 940
Mrs. Merrelt, I.o.ider Women's Class. 10.
CATHOLIC
DOCTRINAL LECTURES FOR
By Rev. Bertrand L. Conway, C. S. P.
and Rev. James M. Gillis.C. S. P.
I NOKK TIIE AISI'K i;s OF TIIE
KNIGHTS OJ COLUMBUS
PAULIST CHURCH
bOili .Strecl and Columhus Avenue
CONCLUDING LECTURES:
:?' in l.iy. Mu'rch 23d, 11 A. M.
Ilie Presence of God
Sunday, March 23d, S 1'. M.
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NOTE:?To be certain of
gelting a srat you should br
at the theatre at J:45
3T////W
CONOnKOATIONAL
nouiii or i \
broadway tabernacle
BlUlAHUAY AM) r.fiTIl HTIIKET.
Tiio l'ujtor, I't. JiIT'.i,.,iii, I'liidnj 11. aud S.
DIVfNE SCIENCEn
"Power and How to Use It"
W. JOHN MURRAY, Pastor
WALDORF-ASTORIA
Grand Bail Room
SUNDAY 11 A. M.
Adult Bih.e Cle.ss 10 A. M.
C
DrSCU>l.ES OF CHR.ST (Christian)
EN'TRAL
aRISTIAN
IIL'IICJJ.
0-8 P. M
Dr. MMs IDLEMAN, Pastor
preacliee at 11 A. M.
Soldiers' Supper and Social.
ETHICAL CDLIUBE
BROOKLYN SOCIETY OF ETHICAl CIIITURr
Brooklyn Acadmy of Musicl l A M R
..FAC1 N??' HENRY.-NEUMANN.*' '
FACING LIFE'S DISAPPOINTMENTS."
M.
JI.WISH
CABNEOU gS?.: I^A^IO:!
ALL ARE WELCOME.
GOSPEL TABERNACLE CHURCH
ItTII ST. AND KTII AVE.
D ^eV' ?; *i; SIMPSON, VastoTt
Kev. Geo. McNeeJy, of Newark, N. J.,
WATP1itnS,l SAUIU*?S' morning aiid evening
?>, , l?:'*5 A- M> AND 7:30 P. M
Morning Toplc?"THE WITHERtD HAND"
JSjcnlng -Topic-"THE OUTSTRETCHEDARM."
ItTIIKRAN
THE CHURCH OF THE ADVENT,
Broadway at 93rd Slreet.
Il7AAu,;'>nn'S^T';,M!'l; ? "- l'**r?.
s p if~ ??'?lils,l, "' :: t.'**"nted llie Cost!"
?P. M.- A< Bccomctli Saints "
Midwoelt Lcntcn Service, WeUnesday, R P &I
'I ETIIODIST EPISCOPAL
MADISON AVENUE CHURCH, 60TH ST
,Pev. ,.R1A1rPH *. SOCKMAN. Ph. D., Pastor. '
il. Iveliglnn- Anareliy.
S?"Haimted Lives "
, ~ . V'C'''' ".-"uipd's "Bederopllon."
_ '? Social Peu, s. qjera, Sailors, Strangors.
CALVARY METHODIST n$,Aw- ?*-??
Rev. Wm. H. Morgan, D. D./ Pastor
li " i ho Kingdom Unmovable."
i'~ S1"1' Wo IUv(> n l.riijjiif. of Nations?"
Sundav IV0* \?.H ? ?,STREET CHURCH."'"'
' lirMlan .A-.|>(>,-t-, ?, !,,.?,,?? of N.(,.( ..
ST. ANDRKW'S MirillODisr CHURCB
,i.th btrect, near Columbus Ave.
'i .? m Dr. Allan MacRossie
MOKMOJS
LATTEIl I>AY SAINTS
(".Mcrmoiia").
151 We?t 12511) Sl. (iJ.wtliorna 11*11).
Evry Sumlay. II A. M.
ALL AilE WELCOME.
NEW CHUJiCtl (Swcdonborglaa)
NEW CHURCH
'""'"V N''l.I, ni ifi A M, Hervk'o il
l''V, JOHKI'JI I1 HTOKIX, u|. HOHTON
Mrlll proneli MuhJ-ci
thi; '?"-";Kil"N-*. IIII. I.ISTIM TIVI*
KACTOl' Uf I'ld I' MANIIOOU.''
I'llll.OSOI'HV
U
rltlrtj-j^riil'p-Ji-M Uj^Mjitfllli]!
Nubf*i f fo-n
'*? '*? 11 d. rn.
Soars PhlSosoDhv
nakm nt.Mvnhtohuronmlhire+lH,
Notbing llko ii ruiywhere,
Hiif imnornnt.
Criterion Theatre Kfft."
? a
Tlila 1
llljonce and
UI' tllhlnllfll
r foor
tor.
ture appnnlH to innn'a in
."iiitn"ii-H(,nr!0 raf,hr?r
???"'*?? Bigotry, |>rn]ii
I'UK.sm TKKIA.N
BRICK CHURCH
Mnti Avpnuo and Thirty Kcvmih Htreet,
Mlnlater. 5 iJi!*'T'*AM J'lKRSdN ME1UIU.L.
NUUIUn. )TIIi:i)I)ORB A1NSW..HTII I1R|.*KN1C.
U?. .MKIlltll.l, proaehc* *l n and i
lllhl,. Bchnrtl m ii 19
Mmi'? Blbl* i i,i-.- ui lo.
>r(t.in lli.,lla| i,y Qayanee IHrldnaoii. Krldav I" 13
NOONDAT" r'ElWli'K dullv (uieept TuSjlM)
and sensiblc directions for brinfciiifr
up her child in health and happiness,
This also applies to "The Child in
Health and Illness," by Dr. Carl G.
I.eo-Wolf (lL'mo. Illustrated, pp. 288.
The George H. Doran Company.) Wc
have seldom read a book which contains
so much valuwble and excellent ma?
terial in so small a space. The pub
lishers say "Dr. Leo-Wolf has coor
dinated the latest science and scientific
method with tho highest ideals of
maternity and motherhood." This is
not advertisers' hyperbole but the facts.
The book is a clearly written, thorough,
modern treatise on the physical and
moral care of the child.
More restrained praise will have to
be given to "A Perfect Memory," a
12mo volume of 143 pages, published by
Ldward J. Clode, and written by Dr.
Marvin Dana, who has a string of titles
after his name which read like a col?
lege catalogue. Not that Dr, Dana's
material is not very good, but'he has
nothing new to say. The ground that
he covers has been well ploughed by
other writers. He gives a number of
memory tests which sound very famil- :
iar. .Since "Xew Thought" became a
popular philosophy so many books have
been written on training the memory !
that indeed now the adventurer into I
that field is left little that has not j
already been exploited. For the man !
with a bad memory who has not tried
to remedy it, and never read a book on |
the subject. this little book has a mes- '?
sage. Perhaps it is for him that it
is lntende-'*
We suffer bodily pain and discom- j
fort, mental distress, internal disor
ders, and seldom stop to analvze just j
what makes us feel go disagreeable,
just where i* the seat of the trouble
j and from what cause it arisos. In "Pain
land Pleasure" (12mo, pp. 165, Mort'at,
I Yard & Co.). Dr. Henry T. Moore doea
[just this little thing for us. Familiar
difficultics are presented in '.? new light
and the psychology of pain ..nd pleas?
ure is revealed in a practical fashion.
One of the most vahiable chapters is
that on "The Diagnostic Value of Pain
and Pleasure." Dr. Moore also calls
attention eoncretely to facts of which
we al! of us are awar - in a mistv fash?
ion: that is. the effect of pain and
pleasure on the bodily functions. The
book is interesting, particularly to the
layman with an analytical mind.
"The Sense of Sight," by Frank N*.
Spindler, Ph. D. (12mo, pp. 150. Mi f
fat. Yard & Co.), is a technical trea
tise. The last chapter, on the hygiene
of the eye, is about the only one which
would be of interest to the ordinary
readcr.
In "The Third Great Plague," John
H. Stokes, A. B.. M. D? of the Mavo
Olinic. of Rochester (12 mo. pp. 185, W
B. Saunders Company), discusses tha
pestile:>tial resu'ts of unlawful sex re
lations. The book is apparently in
tended to enliehton tho layman* but
unfortunntely Dr. Stokos's mind is of
such a philosophical character rhat he
?nakes no direct statomcnts, but the
**ook is taken up with "if this were
so, then thus and so might happen,"
so that when you got through you feel
that you are about where you started.
Certainly there is nothing in.it whicli
would aid in a self-diagnosis, and
nothing which would tend to frighten
the prospective victim. The book is
not a very helpful ono for the ordinary
person. and wo imagine contains noth?
ing for the physician that he does not
already know.
rtlKKBYTKKIAN
Fifth Avenue Preibyterian Churcb
KHTII AVENUE AND KIKTT-FIKTH FT.
REV. JAMES 1'Al.MEll, I'U. D , Assorlata Fast?\
bervlces at 11 A. M. and 4.30 I'. M.
Rev. Charles C Aibertwn, D. D.
Rev. Rockwell S. Brank, D. D.
Offerlng tnT AR?irnlily'a Board nf Pulillcath-ns and
B'blp ?'?!.1 nl 0:30, Mmi'ii ilami at 10.
Mldwrck Hrrvlrn ln (|i(. t'lianrl on
w?dn?Mty at 8:16 p, H,
C E N T R A1 r?K?BifTBaiAN cut-ncir,
?..,*. . Madlaou A.e ?,i.i ,7,i, Hi
Rcv. Willon Mefle-Smill.. D. D? Pastor.
,, l? A M M?n*i 1111,1., ( ln.,
B K () A D W A Y
nil.KHVTIvlllA.N Cllliti |i
. Hi'ii?<Uv?y and 114lh Wrwl
'??J' WAl/l'KIt UI M AN III (IIA.\AN l?, P?
Mlnlatar, ulll preai'h m j | a. M. and i- p m.
WE6T.PARK PRE8BYTEHIAN CHURCH.?"
Anijlurdam Avsm/e and ?oth Str.M.
Rcv. Anthony H. Kvam, D. 0., Pastor.
Or. I v.,ii, will |iir?i:|( ?t ii a. M. und b P M
hvenlng Huhjp.'t: "Tha VleUfloui Llle,"
Hctotid of tiie Mcrlra.
RUTGERS ?^W ^T3*'
The pastor, Hev. DAMKI. RL'HSKIX,' ?.!>..
will preach at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.
1 uesday KveiUng I'nlon Service Uirou?li Lait.
WEST END PBE8BYTERIAN,
,VvT^,V. Amsterdam, Corner 105th.
11?Dr. John h. Wllllams, of Nauklng, "China and
tiie Peace LVinferenco."
S?Dr. A. Edwin Keigwin. "Seven f-tars and
Ur'on (Honoring Victors).
FT. WASHINGTON AT qjggy&mt
DANIEL HOPFMAN MARTIN. Mlnlator.
11:00 A. M.?"The Man Who Ran Away."
. :45 P. M.?"Tho Woman Who Came Back."
Wcat End Ave. ?lst St.
LDGAR WHITAKKR WORK. D. D. Pastor.
Dr. Work preaclies 11 and 8.
NORTH rRE^^^,,^;RCH
_ 11 A.M. & 8 P.M.? Pr. Mackay
I'ROTESTANT EPISCOPAL
| Cljtirctj the aincarnatton
' ? Madlson Ave. and SStli St.
The Rev. HOHAC'K PERCY SILVER. Rector.
s A. M. ?Holy t'umtnunloii.
11 A. M.?Morning I'rayer (Sermon, Rector).
. 4 P. M.?CHORAL EVENSONG
_._ Address by Rector.
SPECIAL MUSIC, Violin & Organ
Daily Lenten Services, ivitli address.
12:20 to 12:4:,. Wednesday and Friday
at 10 A. M. 'l\iesday at 5 P. M.
Sunday School at 9:45.
Crinttp Cljurclj
Broadway and Wail St.
7, 8. !l?Holy Communlon.
10:20?Morning Prayer.
11:00?Holy Communlon and Sermon.
Preacher: }i"v. DR. MA.VN1NO.
3:30?Choral Kvensongr and Sermon.
MIU-DAV SKRVK l?s
March J4, 2C, 27. 28. Rev. Karl Relland, D. D.
A S CENSION518,^^
i,Be*,JPr: 1'^C" BTTCKNEY GRANT. Itecto'r
ll \Vhal ,s?rt. of People Does America Want?"
lltcrtor).
4?Music: Verdl's "Beaulem."
8?Forum: "Minorlty Opinion ln ihe Bchools."
Dr. Henry Ncuiuan.-i, I*ader Brooklyn
l.ttiiral Culture Society. aiul Dr. Henry R
_Linvillc. I'residerit Toachcrs' 1,'nion.
&t. Erjomag'g Cfmrcb
FIFTH AVE AND 53D BT.
Rrv. KUNKST M. BTIRKS. D. D.. Kector.
S A. M.?Holy f.'oniuiunlnn.
J] A' Jf.?Morning Service.and Sennon (Rector).
4 . M Evcnsong nnd Address (Dr. ]>cach).
8 l". AI. -Ikur o( (irgan Muaic.
Daily Lenten Bervloca, 12, B (Roctor)
Church of the Heavenly Reat
I'IKI'll A\'K. ABOVB 4..TH ST
Rev. HERBERT SHIPMAN, Rector
Utely Sc.ior (liaiilaln Flra Army
tvn. n vleiu'b *' " o'clot* sorvi.-c
The Relig-ion of the Doughboy"
<?llier 3enice3 8 a. m. and 8 p. in.
Cathedral of St. John thc Divine
Amstc.rdam Avenue ami 111th Stroct
8 and 10 A. M. The Holy Communlon.
? a-J] ','.h" '.'"'^ Communlon (CUIneae).
11 A M. i'renflier. Dean Robblns
4 P M I'na.-fier, Ker. pr, Oeo. It. Van De Wat?
Daily serrl.-es, ;.?!() A. M. B p M (Clioral excepl
Monday aii'l Sulimlav). I^ctnre on "Bt Paul"
l>> Itev. I'rof. Tyson on Wodneaday at 4 p. M.
ST. JAMES* CHURCH
dladlaon Avonue and 7lsl wireet.
n?-r FRANK WAHIMl'M) CROWDER, Rector.
K ?. in.l 11 H. iu. (Reelor); 4 t,. in lnluvl
Kvrvlro <>r BI, .limiei's and Holy 'lYIril'i (Rei II
il ln v Blt/VKR),
friday, 5 i?. m, l.eclure on Hi. Paul hr I'Knf
TVKON. '
ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH
IK ON 18TII HTlUiKT, KAHT iil> M> AVEN1 IC
All Seatt Are Free.
ReV. KAHL IIIIIANI) Ii ii . Hectar.
6UN0AY SMiVli;(s
8. II ' It. , 1o, | ?,,,] H.
ALL ANGELS' CHURCH
WtHT KNO AVE and ?im ?t,
llav. H l)? Laneay lo*n?.?,i, q, o:i nMt#r
Holy i oiiiininiioii. ,,.,,..,. )4 jf
Monilnu 1'rxycr and MaNDnn iltxeiorj ,'11 A M
Kraiifong jihI A.i-w. 4 [t .,
Hlr?n*er/i \\r|,?i,?.
Church of Zion and St. Timothy
3M Wi.t ',7th Nlri.,.1
ItKV KliKDI lllrlv ill RUKJJH ,,U . ?. ,, ?^l>r
I ii (Raotnr) ?ml I (Bei (?nrj tfniart). Thur?.
I.i.. ? 19 ilti-v. CbM, K, llllli
CHUBCH 0F THE TRAN8FIGUBATI0N,
1 basl JOlh Bt. Dr, HOCflllToN U.ctor
Barrleea. 7, I. 0. Iii.io A. M. ajid 4 and " V St
Preacher Mmday Morning and DAll.v at noai
i'A'n"|lflillH;i"'' " ' "e'' "r ???f,r? CATUN
CHUBCH OF THE HOLY COMMUNION.
20th Stroet and Sixth Avenue.
- A. M. Holy ( iililiimiiloll.
II A. M. Prearlier. Rcv. Dr. Motlot
l- M. Holy Communlon.
1 r M I'reacbcr. Bev, Dr. MoiU't.
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
Ht. Paul's Ctiapel. Herricta 4 P M
Preacher, Chaplain Knox.
ST. STEPHEN'S "^ F-u *!?*. Bm<i-W
U.v XATHAN- AJSI^ULH. D, 1>". '\ZX<t,
BT. MATTHICWH ?:HI'RCn7 28^V^t~S4Th^li7
Rev. ARTUUll H. Jl IHJK. D. D. Rector
8er?ki? ?. II ?ud a.
BKfOftMRD
Collegiate Church of New York
XH8 Miniu,!--. ranfllCH,
""^ifP,''*1*, Ki*AN'<''l.\' HHMIO. Mlnlatm.
Will prearl) at I] AM. and S 1'. X?
TltH MARBLM PtttmCH
_ ? ptn An and "iiji si
"Mr. r?AVU) ,|AH. IH lllll II, |? n. Mlnt**?r.
"iA.' xl "Z''" '''""'"'? "f **??**#-"
? i . M.- why Ar,. \mi Hmr
THE ciii i? ?"".',). i r m,unr.Af*.
MALCOLM MMEN MadV,"'.!' I? I) Ml.dMar
IT, Al.ry|.|-.<>|1 MrlH |.:, .?, ?,?,.,?
JWlM 111 1 I |, , l|; ?, ,,
lUf. HKN*Y r-VKli'l
?**-'*>* Ijwwli al II A II ?'***?.
"'" ''"'? ,:v",!'J.'.'llJ' A M
TIIK l.rUT IV.VHI ,.,,,- , ,,, .,, ?
Ii''*. Ill\ I I . II || ,, I, ,, .,. .
"' lOMK-'H KRKIIKHH- m ,ui i,
'?' I1 lali'Uuli Ii, fn. i i inir, h
?H' Pl II A M
hn,lk[ * V" ,??. WKl a *,.-* i:?nn."
All I-. ..' - | . ,
REFORMED CHURCH OF HARLEM,
I'a.-ii ?i ii a. ni. and 8 r.' m'.
SOC1KTY OF ritlEXDS
.tELIOIOIS SOPIETY OF FRIEND* Nf-tfc.
Mr vrorelup 11 t. m? at 221 Kaat K |, ,. u^f
UMTAIIHN
CHURCH ^TWESSIAH^^t;
(3) "DEMOCBACY " Tlii;'""]'ii )'V, ? r! i'v" n i ?' tii , ?
4S0Pf?P-N? V-rTSIUK ?KC'li!i:; ?!.''.< ?1'"'
:"%j.-?.r?? T^i.nUr,^* ,)it,;-, {{.?*?*??.
(3?. "TIIE GREATEST DRAMA , ??'tii WAB -
- BOPE AKD ll,l; PEACE COXFERENCg"*
LENOX AVENUE UNITARIAN CHURCH "
J.?? xr , (-"r"1'" l2Ut Slr"'
?o'a? ?' ,('",ix w.r,'***t- Mta"***.
,,, lu A- M Lecluro ?
ii a ??b Is "--teratiire." Frank Baker.
**??. ?"?-S'-'-'on. Rev. ROGER S. F0RBE8
iniiannn Chur h. Gennamowi* |..."Bt8'
f -. "??--For"!n: Gfiroo D. Pratt
Slutt1 I ;';.' :?-...' Tl < . ? ? . ? ,
"HOW OUR 8TATE CARES FOR ITS
NATURAL RESOURCES:- S
_niuatraled with moring picture*.
WM. L. SULLIVAN, D. D., Minister.
and sifemiart:;*",8"U'0a' NaUon?U*a** " Vlrtu?
Six ",SiTn.vif ?
iME TO ALL,
Third uf Bbc "Scrroona for the Tlma '
A CORPlAli iVELCO
CXIVERSALIST
The CHURCH of ihe DIVINE PATERNITY
FRANK OLIVER HALL. D. D.. Pastor
will i earh al 11 A. >^
"THE BOYS ( OS1E HOME "
"mraday, 4 10 P. M.. Unicn BedtaL
Y. M. C. V,
DR. S. PA"RKES CADMAN
POLICE RESERVE BAND
Bedford Br. v M c a | i-., ifort Av ,5-kl u
B inday, . 00 r M. Men onij i .r. '
brcalesl Men'a Meeting Ii Oreater New York.
STUART WALKER.
The Bootf of Job ln Uie Theatre."
?? l cr, ^Tl*ll.3*f"J-,*<:- ^" Unu Qua
23d SL Y, M, C. A., 215 W. . ,4 r M
BAJILKM GEORGE GORDON BATri?, BKQ
?' *n?>t 1J0. Surniay. 4 p. M.
Y. W. C. A.
V rl!A.r4..,''i;AN' "? Lerfmrton Are. f53d St >
MRS I2LIZA15ETI1 UARTLEY. Bpeaker
T:80 ???AFLOATON THE LABBADOB." ni?.
tratcd Lecture BEY. TIIEOOORE A. UBEENB.
Silver Bay Sunday- Lantern Blide* :, p. rn
BRONX BRANClT, 32S Eaat 17f.;!, ?^?re*t_
,.1'u. a a, pkaKhtiej 2^
I'ourlii Ixjcture on Mnderu Rsconstructkm
ProUlemn.
BTUDIO i ,,1 lt. :.-, Km r,"M mr^.,
MBS BIl'LEY HITCHI (JCK, 1 . ; l?l Art Work
em' League. (Va ? 10 "? Berrtao at .'..
OTHER XERVICES
GREAT RALLY
PAUL RADER
Carnegie Hall,
April 13-16, 1919
WliaAM^I^/, ,r-Apii 5-?cVo?
"A "..'"''""" I'V ?l,e R,
4 I' M'"' I .',"*"'..'"', *'"''? ?""< l'"?"""
m,4 '.?? : ,;, ? v; . ' pamttd*
and otiien ? '?'""" A?',,?, ??*???uf
The L'nion Theologiotl Senunaiy
-mi, j.,,,1 i::?.| Ktreei,
ii- 11*.1 ?;iiAiif.i:s R| vvui.ns BftSwN
Jl Itll.KF. CKLKBRATtON
Womrn > Cl.rlatUa Temprranea Union
?I New York County
Htm.W. MAItril v s ). v
Fort WMhinaton Pn?byterlan Church.
Jwoadaajr, Wadaworth .\?v atl.i i-j", s,
Addra 1 i.v Mr. Droorah Kn,^ UrliuatS
?***??*??* ?*? ""' ?-?*>? Wlrlo 'l-rmnivi i).f*ri.V,,.
The Union Theologicai Seminary
r. .,, . '"roailu-ay al IStth Bl
DOYERS ^>BI^?^
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