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THE SUN, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1915.,
Animal Conference Next Wock
to Voice Unrest of the
LOSE 50,000 A YEA K
MeOiofllBtt of New York nra demand
ing radlcat changes In management of
their churoh affairs and nra basing their
demands upon a statement made by
them that Now York Methodism Is, not
holding ltd own. Their annual confer
ence meets next week In Park Avenue
Churnh, Bl7hty-lrth street and Park
TOfihop Lather B. Wilson, resident
Ulshorp here, U 111 In a aanltarlum at
CHftnn Springs and has been thero for
a, fortnight. Ills friends plan efforts a
year hence, whnn the general conference
mtveta, to iave him transferred to Wash
ington. Wahop Cranston, resident In
Washington, la to preside over the forth
oomlnc New York oonferenoe next week.
Oart H. Fowler, eon of a Methodist
JUBhep and prominent Methodist lender
hi New York, has Issued a statement
whioh ia amid to voice the prevailing
MethodUt unrost. lie says In part:
"Our ohurohea are being crowded out
of th downtown district : they are being
Tvsvrd pressed in the uptown districts.
They are scarcely holding their own In
numbers, finances or In proporty.
"The high ooot of church membership
detera many from membership, and
from a business point of view this high
cost la in part due to the fact that
churches are kept closed and are unpro
ductive about nine-tenths of the time.
Methodism In America loses. R0.000 per
nona a year from removals. People so
from one city to onother and fall to
carry their membership with them."
it la reported that the Madison Ave
nue Church desires the Rev. Dr. Worth
M. Tippy of Cleveland for Its vacant
pulpit. The matter la e.ild to have been
proposed to him without definite an
swer as yet.
The Rev. Dr. Oeortre C. Fort of Ilan
on Place Church, Brooklyn, will bo to
First Church. Jamaica, and be succeeded
by tfie Itev. William Kldd of Merlden,
Conn. The Ilev Dr. C. W. Flint of New
York Avenue Church, Brooklyn, has ac
cepted election as president of Wesleyan
Vt Ttrnt v.fnnrth Street Aterhftdlst
Church, the Itev. J. J. nillln?eley. pas- ,
tor. will be consolidated with the Kip1!-
teenth street Church, on fhe West Side,
Who will be pastor Is not known. A
new Swedish Methodist Church will be
provided In West Elhty-nlnth street.
THIS BREAD NOT TAXED.
Neither Illrect nor Indirect Impnal
at INrst Street Depot.
Tom Merry' had Just flunc open the
doors of Tlir. Sun'h free bread depot nt
! First street yesterday afternoon and
le.ider.i of the long line of the day's
applicants had Just hesun to tile In when
a hip mnn, with an Inquisitive sparkle
In his eye, wedded his way to the front.
"What do you tax these people for a
loaf of bread?" lie asked.
"Nothlnrj nt all. ' replied Tom Merry,
only too Blad of the opportunity to dls
cloee the real Identity of the Institution.
"There's no direct tax here, and the
Uoveroor nnd the Comptroller and all
the other olllclals will corroborate my
statement. Wo itlve the bread away,
that's all I"
For the next hour tho birr man with
the inoulHttivo bent looked on, while
Merry and his companion, HrlKht, gave
atray bread to 332 women and l.fiBS
SAMUEL PERCY HOOKER ILL
Former Senntnr nnd ('hnlriunn nf
ITtschSTayn Commission In Hospital
Samuel Percy Hooker, a State Senator
for several terms and who was ap
pointed chalrnf.-vn of tho HlKhwny Com
mission In Jnnuary, 100?, Is critically 111
In the New York Hospital. Ho Mif
ferlnd from a complication of diseases.
After Gov. Dlx abolished the HlKh
wny Commission Mr. Hooker was in
vited to head tho Highways Comnilton
of New JlampMnlro. Ho has made' his
home In Concord since then
AMSTER FORCES GET LIST,
nealn Copying; Nnmrs of nock Ial-
Counsel for the Ani.ster committee of
Itock Island stockholders began copy
ing yesterday tho list of stockholders
of the railway company and tho atnounti
of titocl: thoy hold. The work bsan
following the police court .-loarlnfis In
which a criminal charge was
against ofllcalu of the oumpany.
Qulnlan, vlce-prtwldent of the company,
in a letter M-nt to S. ,M, .strook, counsel
for the Amater rommlttee, said that tho
permission of the company to the lawyer
to examine the ntook list had been
brought about wlfbout nny referenco to
ths iollco court proceedlntrs The com
pany had previously promised, stock
holders to allow Biioh examination.
N. L. Arnster Issued a statement yes
terday astertliiB that the JH.fiOO.OOn bank
joanH to tho railway wmikiny, which is
due April 30, wan not likely to range
embarrassment to the company.
BPHECKELS NEARER SUCCESS.
ankers See Advantstrs In New
M'eslrrn I'aclflc Plan,
Discussions between Western Pad lie
bankers and Rudolph Hpreckels, wl bus
come from San Francisco with a plan
for fMllfc.rr.la State uwnerahln of the
railroad, procee,led yesterday with re-j
suits that brought the bankers wnsld-
erably nearer approval of tho plan, it
was learned that tlie bankers saw much 1
to commend the plan, but the terms!
of the propostxl exchiuiKo of railroad
bond for Sttta nomia were not taken
un In detail.
The bankers feel that State bonds fori
the road would be a .rood inducement If
offered on favorable terms. The credit
of the State Is rcRORn zed as excellent. ,
Its deM bcliiB very small, .
NEW MIOTMUM IN LONDON.
Prlcea of Anierli'iui lm". N i l,es
I'hnn 'I'Iminc I'lsed Here,
l.ONPo.v, March 1. The SlncU liv
chaiurn (iiminltten tereited .mlliorlly
from the Trrieury to.d'iv to Ht.ildMt
new mlnlrnuni prices, M'lir new price on
fotiFiils was nclin'i'd from HS'a to 45 0 1 a .
Wo member of the e., li,nit:i' Is permitted
eo deal In Americans at a pi Ice IrRs lliuti
the IliiHllsh rqulviib nt of the inlnliiiuni
prices iixcd In your market.
Tho maikots were unlet, wlih a certain
t of hesitation. It Is expected
tie new inlnlnii.m pil-vs will in-
erease Investment injyliiK. ii'thmiKli the
verace reduetliips Pi tlie (;ll edited
rectlen nro coinparallvely small llusi
n'HH was done if CoiihoIh at Oil1
rail" "continued to mlvunre. AiKentlne
rails were lower .Mines and oi'h were
les'i active, JlusHlans were In ilem.ind.
Very little was done In Americans anrl
SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE
CHURCHES OF NEW YORK
WKflT-F AltK PREflBTTBMAN Am- I
terdam arsnus end Ktghtr-1ith street.
Dr. Aiuoa P. Atterburr will preach at 11
A. M. Dr, Anthony It. Kirane will prsaoh
at I P. M, on "How the Cross Wat Made."
8T l'AUI.'fl MRTHODIHT West Rnd
venue and Etrhty-eltth street. "The
Christian' Triumph" will e Dr. Charles
L. Uoo-lsU's suhjset at th morning- aer
rice; the Itev. Charles Aletander will
preseh In the evening on the "The Oom
NKW TIIOUUHT Aeolian 1111. "Uy
Enemy" will be ths subject of Dr. r. W.
Hears' s lecture at 11 o'clock.
WASHINGTON IIRIOIITS BAPTIST
Convent avenue and 1 4 5 1 It street. Dr.
Harold Paulson, potior, will continue his
series of Smutty morning sermons on the
personal characteristics of the Apostles.
Ills subject will tie "James and l.ebtiaua."
In the evening his topic will he "Tempta
tion of the Peak."
KT. ANDItr.WS METHODlflT nriBCO
PAI West Seventy-sixth street. A. M
The ' silences of the Cross"! P. M
"llleaieil Aro They That Are Persecuted
for Hlghteousnees' Bake."
MUST UAPTIST llroadwsy and Seventy
ntnth street. 11 A. M., 'The Hlood God
Will Rriulre st the Hands nt Christians."
I P M., "The Devil, the rales llod and
Present Environment of the Whole World.
A rejected Christ, ths true Uod and
pressnt environment at the Christian, Tbe
devil wilt Incarnate himself In Europe as
Antichrist, and the on of Ood will 'come
quickly ts true tnearntte Ood and over
TltR POCIKTT FOR KTItlCAlt ctn-
Tt'ItE Central Park West and Blxtr
fourth street At 11 o'clock Prat. Na
thaniel Schmidt of Cornell will speak on
"Job. Prometheoa and Faust." A short
fifteen minute organ redlsl precedes both
this address end that In ths evening. At
I P. M. Dr David Bavllle Muaeey will
deliver the third In his series of lectures
on religious types, spesklng on "The
TEMPLE Br.TH-BIe Fifth avenue and
Seventy-sixth street. Servlcss will be held
at 11 o'clock. Dr. Pamuel Rchulman will
ALL ANCIEI West End avenoe and
Ninety-first street. Special musical ser
vice; "Olivet to Calvary "
t'llfltCII OF THE HOLT COMMUNION
Twentieth street and Sixth avenue. 11
A, M., the Ilev. Charles P. Tlnksr. super
Intendont City Missions: 3 P. M children's
service, the Itev. Thomas D. wlndlats,
archdeacon, Nashville, Tenn.i HIS P. M.,
French service, the Itev. Pletro Otugllo; 4
P M., confirmation Instruction, Dr. Mcttet;
I P. M., the Itev. Dr. Scott Ktdder.
OLD JOHN STRntrr METHODIBT
II A.M. and 1:30 P.M.; the Itev. U n.
Btreeter. pastor, will presch.
COLLEGIATE CHUI1CH OF ST. NICn
OLAH Fifth avenue and Forty-eighth
street. The Itev, Dr. Malcolm James Mac
Leod, minister, will preach at It A. M. and
V P. M.. evening subject, "The Question
of Divorce." Men's lllble class, conducted
by Dr. Wllbrt W. White, st If A.M.
Lenten sentce on Friday. 1J:: to 1J:60,
pr-ceded by a twenty minute orran re.
LENOX AVENUE UNITARIAN At
ltlet street Dr. Merle flf, Croix Wright
will have as his sermon topic "What's
Wrong- With Rationalism,"
MADISON AVENUE M; E. At Slstlsth
street. Preaching 11 A. M. by Dr. W. A.
Shanklln. president of the Weslsyan Uni
versity; S P. M., preaching by the Rev.
W. n. Oliver.
PT PAUL'S CHAPEI Columbia Uni
versity. The preacher at the regular i
o'clock service will be the Rev. Raymond
C Knot, chaplain. Ills subject will be
"Tho Triumph of Christianity." A short
organ recital by Prof. Walter Hs'nry Halt
wilt follow the service.
CAI.VART METHODIBT Seventh ave
nue and l!Mh street. "What W Protee.
tants Have 1n Common With the Catholics"
will b the theme of Dr. William II Mer
ger's Pundsy evening sermon.
BROADWAY TAnERNACI.E Broadway
at Flfty-slith etret. Dr. Charles K.
JefTrrson, pastor, will preach at both
mornlnc and evening services: In the
mornlnir he win have as hi eubjeot "now
N'ot to Worry": In the evening the sub
ject will be "Religion as a Dynamic" On
Wednesday at I o'clock in Taylor Chapel
tb" pastor will give a lecture on "John
NEW YORK PRESBYTERIAN Seventh
avenue and ISSth street. Ths Rev. George
W. Arms, Jr., pator, will preaoh at both
services, 11 A.M., "Seeing the Inl1ble"i
P. M "Fale Shame." The Siegfried
Choral Society of Brooklyn will sing at
ths evening service. Hong service, 7:S.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE The subjeot of
the leon eermon will be "Matter" and
the golden test (II Corinthians vl., 1).
"What acreement hath ths temple of God
MARBLE COLLEGIATE Fifth avenue
and Twenty-ninth street. Dr. Burrell will
preach at 11 o'clock on "Jerusalem In
In the evening he will have as
"Can a Mother Forget 7"
FREE SYNAGOGri". Csrnegle Hall.
The address before the Free Synagogue
at earnest" Ball at It o'clock wilt bs oy
Julia Lathrop. head of the Children's
Federal Bureau, who will spi.sk on 'The
Children of the Nation." On Friday eve
ning Alexander Irvine will apeak at the
Bronx branch of the synagogue at McKln
ley Square Casino and Dr. Charles L.
Ooodell will speak at the downtown
branch at Clinton Hall.
COLLEGIATE West End avenue and
Seventy-seventh street. Dr. Henry Evert
son Cnbb will preach at both services.
i Morning service subject, "1 Beltsve In the
Holy Ghost." the rtfth sermon In the series
I on th Apostles' Creed; afternoon service.
IllE'S bible class
In Pilgrim Hall.
Hroadway ami Cth Rtrtet.
I)r iTiarlea E. Jefferson, Psstor.
Sunday afternoons at 4:10.
fnndaraentml Teswhlnga of the Bible
In the llcht of eeJeoted books.
THE BRICK CHURCH
Ministers , prank Latimer Jneway
I)lt. MEIUtll.I. preaches at 11 and 4
SpecUl Muelcal Service of
HACH'8 "J'ASHION ACCOIIDM1 TO ST.
nible i'-hooi at 9:40 A M.
(jeneral lllt.'e Discussion t'lass. 10 A, M,
, !'. rhnr""T. J",': 1,'$?; P M
soon si7iUE f: vi"lY wni' KD A Y.
: IMTil 71mT A I wDkIi flllM
A symposium by .Mrs Hu!e Ioulss Pis.
Aoprano Solol.t Mls Emma Iucj- dates,
A l-ul"l':i One Imiir. Hotel Hlltmire,
Ui.otii ton. Sunda), H P M
m I'lifi'i.tit vf.si'kkm, rii.fi:i. or
Till! IN I rlltl'KHSloN, Hrnsdwny and 1 5 . 1 )i
-t , i. Tlimnus r.iriner, .lr , v.111 bs Die
siibi.t Hi. will lnB "Lord Ood nf Ahr.i
him' frnm lllljah ind "tlod. Ilsve Merry"
fwim si. Paul l.o HIres. Ileclinl (truan
li,t, will jit.o Toccata, hy Kinder, Overlur,
t.. Emvanthe, li) Welier, .mil Pllitrlinx'
roflK nf Iliipe, liv Ilatjete
St. George's Church
1 on 1'illl Nlreet, e.nt of Srd AelS
AH eeals free- All ftelcnine.
li A It I, It I! I f. A N II, Heeler,
s-ril'" , It (llirtori and .
Hperlal mulc every Milll'l.iy evcnlnir,
Trlnllr Parish, I'hapel of the Interrea-
VV'lY,an V,'v!i,,h HV?".;irli':?i
o j!, l i a! M I, 1 l it. At ths eve
i nine eervlce the Ven. T I) U'lndlate,
Ar.liileaioii of S'astivllle, will speak on:
' Tll Motinlslfls of 'rel,Tes.ee,
I uT MATTI,l'tt" IMItrui'l, .1 ......
' siih St Ilev. Arthur II. .Imlre," Iteetnr.
' siivliee, and 11 A, 1 uml s r. M
TiTiTft' ". .. , 0. u. T
VV ,V,v. i-Jjl u,T,.,r'.. iV.ITI:'
Hsrlce I, 11. i. r '
4:10 P. M., the choir will sing llesslnl'e
ST. AONES'H CHAPEL. Trinity Parish
West Ninety-second street. Dr, W W.
Bellinger will preach at the 11 and 4
o'clock services. The Rsv, Harold St. G.
Burrlll at I.
HAMILTON GRANGE REFORMED
Convent avenue and Ulth street. The
troop of Boy Scouts and two camps of
Canipltre Girls will attend the morning
service, when the minister. Dr. Paul
Selbert Letnbsch, will presch on "lie
ware of Habit!" At I P. M. the pastor
will continue his popular series, taking
the subject. "Are You Blind I"
BRICK PRESUYTKI1IAS Fifth avenue j
and Thirty-seventh Mreet Dr, Merrill !
will presch at 11 and nt 4.
COLLEGIATE BAITIKT CltfRCH OF
THE COVENANT .127 West Thirty-third
street. On the evenings of March 24 snd
23 the Phllathea lllble class will manage
a sale of useful articles In the psrlor of
the church. The revenue will be devoted
to benevolent purposes.
THE CHURCH OF THE TRANSFIGU
RATION East Twenty-ninth street, be
tween Fifth snd Madison avenues, Matins,
1!. A. M.. sermon by Fr. Field, H H,
T. Il.i choral lltanv, 1:10 P. M, preacher, i
the Rev W, W Davis. Fr. Field, S. S.
T. 12.. will preach dally a! noon, On
Wednesday at I P. M, sermon t7 Prof.
Jenka. On Friday at I P. M. sermon by
SCHOOL OF THE BUILDER." 160
West flaventy-elghth street. The Wednes-
day evening classes are devoted to the ex-
planation of ths promises contained In the
Bible am applied to the Individual In ac
cordance with Judge Troward's phtloeophy.
ST. JAMES'S MTTTTIODIST EPISCOPAI
Madlscn avenue and 12th street. Morn
In; subject, "The Dynamlo for Victory";
evening theme, "The Rediscovery of
A LI. SOULS' Fourth avenue and Twen
tieth atreet. Th associate minister, the
Rev. Wllltsun Laurence Sullivan, will
preaoh; subject. "Permanent Elements In
Puritanism." Wednesday evening at lilt
th third free lectur in the series on
-ureal mapter in tn History or iiengiou
Liberty." Special topic. "Msiilnl, Cavour j
and Garibaldi." ,
ST. GEORGE'S Dally, morning rrayer.
chapel. 9 o'clock. Wednesday, service and ,
address by the rector, church. 4:39 P. M ,
erenlns prayer, chape), s o'clock. Thursday.
Holy Communion with address by the ,
rector, chapel. 1: noon.
WEST END PRESBVTKRIAN Amster-
dam avenue and lOSth street. Dr. A.
Edwin Kelgwln. psstor. wtll preach at both '
services. The topic of the eventne ser- !
mon will bs "What Is the occupation o
th friends tn the future life; do they
know what ws are doing; can they com
municate with u?" the third servion In
the I,nten eerlee.
FORT WASHINGTON PltESBYTERI AN
174th street and Brnadwav. !r. Martin's
sermon In th. morning !!! b. "Th- Ap- ,,er 0j lntcrestmK f.ictn and 0n
peal to Reason and Conscience.'' HI sub ' "" '
Ject for the entng will be "Is This Y.ir , Ions conccrnlnK II It seems that l
Your Ijst" j "va.i written In tli tlespulr whlo i
UNITY SOCIETY JOS Madison avenue, seized the IntelllKcnzl.i of UllSa llftT
"Every Man a King, and How to Find I tn abortive revolution," when
Your Kingdom" wf. be Mrs Van Martens . HTUnC from the Orand
ubject Sunday evenlnr.
NHW CIIUHCII (tVEOENHOItOI ANt
Park avenue and Thlrty-nfth street. The
Itev. Julian K. Smyth, pastor, nlll preach
at 11 o'clock on the "Conscience." The
raator'a lllbls class meets at lSilO. to
which all are voelcome.
CAl.VAUY IIAPTIST 1!J West Flfty
eeventh street. The Hev. Ernest niley
Eaton will preach at both service. In the
morntns; his subject will be "Easter and
Unmade-up Quarrels" and In the evonlnr.
"Has the World Any Use for I.lvlnc Men
Like John Hsptlst!"
nUOADWAY rnEf HYTEHIAN At
114th sUset. Ths Hev. Walter Duncan
Iluehsnan, pastor, will presch st bsth
eervlces. In the mornlnir hl subject will
be "A fensatlonal Oospel" and In the eve
nlnt; "The Lion's llsn."
CATHEDHAl. OF ST. JOHN THE DI
VINE The preachers will be; It A. M
the Very Itev. Of en (Irosvsnor, 4 ' M.,
the Itev. Howard C. Hobblnsj. S 1. M.. the
nineteenth oeuan recltsl tll be Iven by
C. W Ifebvre.
BISHOP OREER IS 71.
Will Menu for lllm ".Inst a. neither
Tha Rev. Dr. David II. Oreer, Hlehop
of New York, Is 71 years old to-day
This will differ from the other days of
the week, only In that he will have to
work harder nnd lonBer. Saturday beJnn
his busiest dav.
Hlshop Oreer was horn at Wheeling.
W. Va. (then Virginia), on .Mareh 10,
lS4s, He was graduated from Wash
inKton College, I'cnnHylvnnin. In 18(12
nnd studied theolojry nt the Protectant
Ijplss'opal Swnlnnry, Gambler, Ohio, J
lS63-;fi. Ho was electeil Itlfhop Coad
jutor of the Diocese of New York In
1!)04 nnd became Illshop on the dentil of
Hlshop Potter, four yearn later.
Math ot Tank Vletlma Die.
I'rancla Denham of !63 Inerty ave
nue, Uaet New Y'ork, died yesterday In
St. Mary's Hospital from Injuries re
ceived last Saturday when an oil tank
of the Trew-Ivlok Company exploded.
Ha wai struck by flylnit debris, Den
ham Is tha sixth victim of the explosion,
a man and four boys having been killed
Instantly. He was 79 years old and a
civil war veteran.
FIFTH AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
l lftli Ave. ami l ltlj -llttll M.
REV. J. H. JOWETT, D.D., Pnttor
Sen-Ices at tl A M. and 4so I .M.
Dr Jowett n-lll nrewch At bnth kepirtee
I OfferliiK for Uird's I'iv Alliance ami N, V
I Men's lllble Olaas nt 1 A. M
1 The Ml.l Week SerMoe In the rtiapel on
Wertnesdav at I 16 P M win be conducted
or it jowett
Sendcea are hsld In the fallowlnr
Christian Science Churches
Sundays. 1 1 A.M. and 8 P.M.Vcdnesdays,6P.M
Plrst Church, Central Park Wet A Kith Ft.
Second t'hurch. Central P.nk We.t f.Htlt fit,
Third Churvh, jsitli Ht & Madison Ave
I ourth Church. I'l. Washlncten .v 171th.
I If th ("hutch, Madison We. ,t sm)( st
St. Chomas's Church
tllTH AVE. AMI 6.11) HT.
Rsv, EllNliST M hTIItr.f". I. II., Itsctor
s A, M , Holy Communion.
11, Mornlns; Service and Sermon (Keotor).
4, Rveruonc nnd Addresa (Hector).
P. M Hour of Org in Must'.
Dsllv I.enten ."ervlce. tn A M , p. )
FIFTH AVI'.M'l". II IPTIT ( II t:it'II.
I In I Went 4l.Hl Street
Hev. ('llltM'.l.ll-S WOKI.I'KI.V, 1). II..
I'mtor, preaches at II A ,M and P M
SundavHi'hool. D 10, IlllileCl.iasii, in A M
I'rlday, Piajer Meetlni,', H I1 M
il lln) SnlrltiinlMIe Ml-.l.iu llri-tlncs. I
rsyi niiiuKh ,ii if seuii'ii siieu i . , n York, I ,, , ,,.i,i,,,, ..t,iii wnnlio
tm- Tiue l.i H' lB , ..r " uli st ia Mmlhnu It was a wiIck iMtlllll whit li fpolte
v . cnmriieii' iiik SiiiiiI.u M.ir Jl i. .It'1 thus, "Yourll nlfci'teil not H hear it
?wo i'eeiV; ('hVl'V,.!.r';i;Vl'nih.l'rl,r,'linil Htl'OVe In think of -ometlllnK else.
Ilverviimh we ir a, inn lmf i . i;nl nilnd levelled to this thmisht
"Th, "(Mir.-M,,," II.,,,,,' far "in l.rrate ltl""" '""'"K 11 t'"""1 .""
i Men. "I'llKHTIIlt I'lllIST" Mniint Vernnn,
en. in uneii nj. ii. .no men iron, I ho
best homos l,,ie lien,, t ecilveil.
Al III.IA.V 1141. I ,'!'.' II, 4,11111 ST.
THE NEW THOUGHT CHURCH
Mi,lllk II M I W Si.im, Ncal,ri,
Hear thiiWniiilnl'il 1 'I ! oiirim.
Ni:tV TIIOI'lillT Clll'llCM,
CI, Orel, nf II, e Ni'iv ( It lll,illnn.
.1111,1 A HI'Tuy M , l'nunipr K ripeaksr,
HMl'b'i 1 fler Min Whit""
Slinilir 11,11 A. M , ISIIi rl Thetttrs.
RFNTR1I I'ltiMtvi iiiiian iit itcii,
Wbn I l,SII.'0r (,7, J4, M ...tl.oil At".
Hev. Wlltnn Merle-rii,llli, i i, faster
Itev, Hi, th lllti.'k prea' lies tl A. st un1
t;30 P. M.
NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF
i . asttat J'Ui '
VaaaaalaWl Jll 1 SS SS llaH bbbKt'
KUGGLCS Of s.
TALE THAT "ROUSED
FURY IN RUSSIA"
A I'tzPlllsllOf'S LitPrHry Al'lll II f
Moral Uovolt, in KnirlMi
T II II I l.l.fs
Michael Artzlbashef's story of
! trnnilnt'! by Percy T'lnker'on
(H. W. Iluebsch), Is" a hook that made
trouble nt the time of It's or.R n.i' ap
pearance In 1907. KrMn a preface her
and from other smirces of critical In
formation the realr may jM'Vr a
Dukes much Iff of a constitution
than had been hoped for Thli time
of failure and despair was the "psy
cholojflenl moment" for the nppear
nnee. of such a book. Not everybody
approved of It. It "roused fury both
In Hu.-fla and In Germany." and In
nme measure It acltatej Paris. Fall-
lnp to effect any oonslderablo political
r(.vr,it)tlon. the intellectuals of KtlMla
were driven to s what could be don
ivlth rnnrals. This book "was a bold
attempt to mnrhal the animal In
stincts ot humanity, terrifically stronc
as they are even tn the bnn citizens.
iiKalnst every moral and prudential re-
.irnlnl " ItllSSia W.1S Ml PR HV Ul
hoolt; It arrayed Itself In two fiercely lils brain. He lookrti acros-i to where
nntniinnl'rtlc camps. There Is no tell- i in the dark Kras that poor little frog
lni; what would have happened If the1 was dyinir or perhaps after texrlblo
Russlafi Government, rsercislnc; ruth- ntrony lay dead." We are told that by
lessly Ita well known prreat powers, his way. of thlnklnc Yourll had eense
had not stepped In and contlscated ietsly woven a complicated net be
Mlchael Artzlbashef's look. ! wwn himself and the unlveirne, and
We come to the story. Vladimir ' thU seem-s wholly probable. In re
Panlne appears tmm'dintely, returning ; ilect'nR on chastity nnd life later afl
home after a lotiR and mysterious ab- np, n. n tnis yourrs mnn decided
sence In parts of the world that are.,, hotn Wrr(, fo;iv nmi B0 jPC,jinB
not enumerate.1. HI sister I.Ida re- he cround his tecrh w.th such fury
jrarded him Intently while, he wa- eat- t hat y-Uow slam Ilasheil tefor hie
Ins and drinktnn tea. She was dlsap- j fy,. Wf thnu lt wa the next day
pointed. His quiet smile seemed '"jthnt a melon Held looked tn hltn like
n,r "(ielf-complacent, refenllnK nouffht
spiritual HiifferlnB awl strife-." It
hurt her when he related tnni amr,
beliiB hanl up, he hnd mended his own
trousers. She thotiRht this paltry, un
manly. As they walked In the Kard"n
by the river after tea Snnlne broke a
withered branch in two and cast the
pieces into the Mrenm. At the same
moment the reeds frrowlnK In the river
bent their heads, This ends tho first
I.Ida was very beautiful. Her con
versation was not particularly bril
liant. NoMkoft loved her. He was a
pnvslclan, large, hnndsome. rather
bovine. He wnn fattliful, slnitle minded,
no nadder-about. Sarudine, a cavalry
officer, wn different. He was a phi
landerer. Llda yielded to the cheap
Klamour of Sarudlne. "She knew that
In intelligence and culture he. was her
Inferior nnd that she could never he
dominated by him; yet at the same
time she was aware of som'tlilnB de
lightful and nlarinlnB In U'ttlnK her.elf
be touched by this strong, comely
younR man. She seemed to be pazInK
down Into a mysterious, unfathomable
nbyps and thlnltlni?, 'I could hurl my
self In If I chose.'"
Yourll and Semenoff are Introduced.
Yourll was of a revolutionary and
melancholy turn. He hnd been lm
prisoned In Moscow nnd afterward ex
pelled from that city. SemenofT was
a consumptive stud.nt. His face wn.s
linrKard and tiKly. We find htm my
Inn to Yourll: "My constltutton,.done
for! If you Imew how I dread dy
Inc. I am dyltiff, tlylnif. ami
Ho coiiRhed ana enn
.. ... ...nb thnt hefnre
' . ....... v... i ,iaru.ie. bur-
.i i ih ..nl.l eirth rnv noe fallen
!!!!., , nij !ii lr lust as It Is now,
air and enjoyin,- thla moonlit and
you'll B.. pant my ktovo her, I lie
hideous and ruitl. '
Miinnnsn I care for liebel or Tolstoy
or a million other plbberltiK apes?"
He was not to be diverted by philos
ophy from thouchts of his own IH
health, Ynnrtl went home nml opened
his bedmnin window, which looked out
on ihe B-nrileii. "Life Is conflict. Iw,
sill coninci inr wihmii ii i,,h i", "
self, fnr ntie'n own plinv III the sun?'
I even In mtter tens. lie wus rnniu'i
i ,i ,r.i i,,l;inir but b, mis lint n hit
lui'iMiler lliiin his friend S'eiucnoff.
HI1111, Ihn school irucher, was an
other bcaiillful Rill. When n number
of tho ymwK people wore off on 11
picnic hIio and Yourll went Into n enve.
"It Is lllto belni; hurled nllve. Wn
inlitht scream, but nobody would heir
us." So Mild .Slim. Yourll lllllKlied.
"Then a sudden tlioinrht caused his
brain to reel." Hut ho did not Klt-.s
Sinn. "Tn Yourll nindi n thnimht
seemed unutterably luise, In imlckly
banUdied It." On their way out of the
cave the two talked over the "psy-
T" 4ism' ('!' i "A 31TZ.-E.Tf
Arv. IHu.-jt-trii.t-lo-rA. frcrm,
2y iiciot CJtinJG
1Ki 9 r, e icnrv of
choloffy" of their belns; alone locether
in so lsolntd a situation.
All the characters attended when
Semenoff died of a hcmorrhaRe In the
hospital. Afteir a quarrel with his
father Yourll went out In the garden
and in the darkness stepped on a
llttlo froK. A csnld phlver ran alone;
hW hack. Ho sat down on a bench.
Sad, d!mal thoughts drifted throuRh
human skulls atrewn upon the
lVo have IMa In despair upbrald
lnc tjie hnmlsome but dull military
ofllrer Snrudlne. "Can't you really
see how Intensely stupid you ar?'
shn hlwd throtiBh her clenched teeth
as she looked ntra'.Kht Into h!n eyew.
'Whnt wnnls to use" lie said, sur
prised nnd nnnoyed " It was aftr
thbi bitter Interview that Llda, havlnR
made up her mind to cast herself Into
th river, waa dlswuaded from that
ejttremsH purpoae by her brother, whose
philosophy scon eatlslle4l her that her
troublo wan unimportant. Th same
philosophy alno ntlstlcd the troubled
physlclun Novlkoff of tho same thlnn.
and so he and I.Ida were married; but
they were not entirely happy.
The sutclilf-s come on. Yourll doeis
not kill hlmelf at pajrei 172, thoiiRh
he comeii very near it. "The contact
of cold Rteel on h:.s heated brow wai
at onco pleasant and alarmlnB." He
w.ts pmi?isltiB; KolnR ttirouifh Oie
motions. He th.mirht of the beautiful
school teacher "Whnt about Sina?"
he asked li.i,"f "h, well. I shall
never get her, and k I leave to pome i
one ele thin enjoyment" He pulled
th trlifscr, but the pistol did not b
off. He went to tied and dreamed of
pomerhlni? irlsnntlc bent over h'm and
evhnllnK llery breath, ThotiKh tho
fatul business was delayed In his case,
In twn other cjises It suffered no postt
ponement. After the unhappy youth
Poloveltchtk hnd explained hlis mental
troubles to fanlne ami itfter thnt per
fectly frank philosopher hnd mid to
i aim, "ton are a
You are a dead man and
for a detid man
the bent place
" iruve. uoou-ny, MOloveCtrtllk
I" ls back yard, nnd In the
, put upon h)m an ,,uWBP;,
very painful Injury which he couM no
Autumn came. Many of the char
acleri looked out on Hardens strewn
w.th yellow leaves, Yourll stood In
such a irnrden. "The sickly hue of
; ,.,,,,,,.,, Illrn t' PVPPV p0nt ..
, Tiuni, this s.Vrden the family coach-
nvin p.ii-seii, beaiiinr a pall of water
"In 11 there limited leaves- dead, yel
low leaves." Vourii watched the fam
ily cat, which arched lis back and
purred. The maidservant appeared
111 the doorway and said that lunch
was ready. The idea of lunch filled
him with horror. SlepplnK behind a
tree, he shut hlmMdf. lt was thought
by those who went to the funeral
that thero was something beauti
ful about suicide, Thero were
tear and flowers, and noble wnrdi
were salilk Sanlne noarded a railway
train nnd rode away. When ho had
Journeyed for several hotir.s he went
out upon the platform at tho rear of
the train and Jumped off, Hlslncr from
Hie Mtiidtmnk upon which ho had fallen,
lie uileieil a cry ' J"'- The train
Mail carried off his valise, I'nhimlencd,
full of the zesi of life, be moved on
wanl to meet the mm,
d LlTTLt , SS:oW-Nr;
SEVEN NOVELS IN :
FIVE BUSY YEARS
I Hut Husy Chiefly in ''licini:- a
j Person First" Anno Wfii -'
'("'II A IIACTKR" VS. PLOT
IT l rather amailnc to be.r Anne ,
Warwick, who. with the reoent
pulilir.itlon of "The Chalk Line," I
lias wltten and had Issued eeven
novels within five ears, sty that she
liellexes.n uunvui should "be a person ,
first" i 'no nvjutlers what i-lie would
liave achleed hnd she belltved ,i
woman writer slnnild rale her pnfe--n!on
This piofes'ion that Is. if .she vt.l , -low
er vet active literary' nctlvtt e to
be enrolled under the term Ilrt claimed
Anne Warwick tlve years alto, when Just
out of oMcro fhe wrote her first noel,
"Compensation, ' m Vienna. She nae
then "'i ears old s.nd already had had
wide experience of places ai.d people
which has nlen so much variety to!
her novels. The dauchter of a Metho-1
dtst missionary bishop, she had lived as
a child In China I the scene of her lates: '
book) and In dlffe ent Kuropean locali
ties. When she cama to the United
Stntea to o throush college she beijan '.
her "literary eareer," as havo mnnyi
writers, by edltlns; a collere masailne.
Then, one day she walked Into a
naltlmore. newspaper office, told the edi
tor she was atolriet to Vienna and asked
whether he would care to have her send
him some correspondence. H answered
that he would , anil that answer deter
mined her Venna trip, which bad until
then been of tha vairuet possibility
In Vienna, however, she started wrltlne I
"Compensation," and nfter four or five
neerspnper articles cut short her Jour- j
nalltle career In order to clve her time,
to the mora enirrosslnr; work.
The wrltlne of the first novel came
so easily and the book was so mccers-1
ful that the others have followed In
Mrs. Mewlln for "Anne Warwick" is
but a nom de plume, nrst adopted to
pacify a sceptical family and retained
slnco her mnrrlaire, four yeam ko- is a
very pretty, dan; eycu young woman.
radiant, as one mlKht Imagine, with en
eriry and enthusiasm.
"I Ioto to write," aha said when In
iton the other day, "if I'm allowed to
write what 1 wish and In the way I wish.
I can't possibly work methodically and
ratlonully When I set started on a
story 1 work elitht, ten, twelve hours
at a stretch, and 1 can't endure belns
stopped and told that such a per
formance Isn't rood for me. I suppose
It Isn't eood for me. Hut that's tho
way I have to work. A whole novel !
completed In a few weeks. And then
I'm a nervous wreck, but not for lonir.
There are so many other things to do
of rpilte a different nature that I
quickly come back to normality. And
then presently I'm in tha midst ot an
As to the kind of novel aha prefers
to write, Mrs. Mewlln Is emphatic.
"Character Interests me more than
anythliiK else," she said, "If I had to
think about plots and action all the
time I'm writing, without the fascina
tion of watchliiR the characters of my
people develop and waiting to see what
they are koIiir to make of the situa
tions, I wouldn't enjoy wrlilnu I'm
always thlnklnK of situations In which
persons of certain characteristics (Ind
themselves, and nt once I NKln to
speculate nbout them That's the way
my stories orlplnate, rVspiently mv
husband tn the midst of his busy morn
ing at his office hears the telephone,
and there 1 am telltnc htm to come
home and hear this faeclnatlnir idea "
"Does he come'"
"Oh, yes. And as likely as not. he'll
i i, at An or ' . '1
situation or that the characters are
abnormal, fie has a very san view-
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which Troy fell nml heroes
dieil: for which Antony pavo
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"The fatal cift of beauty"
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this modern Helen won tho
(Treat prize of life -a true
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social power in the pioat
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person tlrs! " "I've hen married four
vrars iinu ri n ini in,,-,, .,. j
which may be rather extraordinary,"
she salil " riil I've relut.ves and
friend", and ever so many oiner Just i
human rel.i'ions. After 1 Kt throuirli ,
i th all these, worklm; and playlnK and
in-itiK, then 1 'tank about wrltinK."
These hutimu relations, varied an.i
interestlnit, have nid none, however,
without tlndltie themelves In Ann
Warwick's work Durinsr her residence
In 1'urope she hnd as triemis m.iny ar
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I Tlie s intlnn w!i,i'i '.- t ie Imsi of
I "T in l'i ilk l.i'n " ' d -1 n 'in 1 1
even 'llOIIKIl ", .III. '""I rs tlin f
huslvind ii"! .ii"'ov eil of it I .'
olitrlbiiled 'nitix Mem ! t ie n,el"
ltviry dl -,!!- "II T'le liei..' e, h. ! 'hi
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A situ. 1 ion more umi.i1 it Hie one l e
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want to write about a tvpi. ,1 .S'lieiii-.m
woman," she said, ".1 wniii.m ivli,. 1
by sheer force of will 11 ft o. I here'f h'sb
and trained ever.v thliiR from u maicn il
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