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RAND WILL PROBE ,
Heroine's law Partner Named
ns Adviser to Extraordinary
' ' Grand Jury,
WIDE INQUIRY PLANNED
JiiveStigation Expected to In
, elude Others Bcsldo Kilroc,
Dooling and Smith.
William Kand, whose experience as n
legal practitioner Includes a bit ns
rolonel In tho Judpe Advocato-General's
department during tho war. was ap
pointed yestorday a Special Deputy Attorney-General
for tho purposo of actlnc
pi adviser to tho Extraordinary Grand
.f'irv In Its further Investlsatlon of the
A- inxs of three members of the official
n aff of District Attorney Swarm.
Tn tho words or Attorncy-Gonwal
Carles D, Newton, vtlio announced Mr.
T:.inil'B ncceptancs or the post, ho has
Urn "placed In tho driver's ceat," and
h- nnd the panel nro at liberty to bo at
rhatcver merry gait they may choose.
There was roiiio Intimation that this
rait may lead tho Extraordinary Grand
.Tury away from tho Criminal Court's
r.tilldlns and to other quarters In nn tip
town hotel. This Is dun to the, fact that
rr embers of t,he panel nrcisnM to feat1
' ifalts" If they conduct their Inquiry In
tee bulldlnfj that Is nrcupleil by tho Dis
trict Attorney. Although Governor
Smith's superseding order, under which
Mr. Itaml Is to net, designates tho Crim
inal Courts Bulldlne as tho plae where
Hie hearings shall he held, certain legnl
lights were Inclined to think that this
was not :t all binding upon, the panel.
It was .Also nald on good authority time
the grand Jurora Intend to extend their
Inquiry If the facts uncovered before
tliem warrant Its extension, nnd that
they may direct It at other Assistant IX
trlct Attorneys than Edwin P. Kllroe,
John T. Doollng nnd Jnmes IZ. Smith.
While Mr. Rand declined to matte any
regiment upon his appointment, ho
Hated that he would be prepared to Issue
n. statement this morning nt 11 o'clock
t his offic.o at 37 Wnll street It Is
quite probable that at such time he will
be in a position to announce the selec
tion of two assistants whom ho Is cm
lowered to obtain. It was thought, one"
ef these assistants would bo Ionard M.
Vallstcln, former Commissioner of Ar-
mints and now counsel for tho Cltl
r.enV I'nlon. The other probability Is
Tlovnl H. XYcller. former Assistant Pis-
trlrt Attorney, who Ie fcald to bo fa- I
vcred by Gov. Smith.
Raymond P. Almlrall. foreman of the
Orand Jury, cxnressed himself ns highly
rleased with lir. Rand's acceptance of L
the post, and said the appointment met '
vlth the approval of all of the members '
of the panel. When seen nt hi office
Mr. Almlrall said be had talked OV slt
t.ation over with Mr. Rand, that he be-
lleved he would be "Just, lair and
thorough," nnd that he expected to hold
nnother conference with him to-day.
This will have to do with an early re
fumpjlon of the inquiry.
It will be necessary for Mr. Rand to
obtain a staff of process servers, stenog
raphers and clerical helpers for the work
that he Is to undertake, but nevertheless
It is expected that the investigation will
be under way again early next week.
Mr. Rand served as Assistant District
Attorney under William Travers Jerome,
with whom he Is now associated In the
practice of law. He acted ns special
Federal prosecutor in t&c cases against
Rao Tanzer and others growing out of
the "Oliver Osborne" affair. '
Mr. Newton expressed considerable
pleasure over Mr. Rand's acceptance.
"Full effort has been made." lie said,
"to get a fair minded and able man
hom the people will have confidence in.
I believe that Mr. Rand will fill the bill."
District Attorney Swann declined to
comment upon the matter, saying it was
entirely out of his hands. When In
formed thai tho Inquiry might bo di
rected at other assistants than those nl
leady named, -he said no evidence of mis
conduct had thus far been produced
against anyone connected with his office.
DEMAND IOWER GRADE GAS.
Companies t'lnlm I'rmcnt
Inrtl 1 Ton CnMly.
Becauso of the scarcity and the high
P'lce of gas oil the Empire Gas and
Electric Association yesterday informed
Lewis Nixon, Public Service Commis
sioner, that unless the regulative stand
nrds for the use of oil In gas are modi
fied New York householders may find
themselves faced by a higher charge for
domestic gas, and some companies may
have to ccaso tho manufacturo of gas
The association declares that the pres
ent law requiring a standard gas of
twenty-two candle power In Xew York
city is responsible for tho annual waste
r millions nf gallons of gas. wild no sub
stantial benefit to the consumer. A sug-p-.i.f
relief n. chance to the n28 Brit
ish thermal unit standard of Massachu
let's. For Colds, Grip, or Influenza
.si as Pr.venllve, take LAXATIVE
BROXIO QUININE Tablets, look for E. W.
GROVE'S signature nn the box. !0c. Ait.
cious in flavor, and so wholesome that it
should be used regularly and often,
BookleUof Choice Recipes sent free.
WALTER BAKER & CO -lid
TARRY1 HINT MIT.R !
.u VISAS A AA1JL1 X X XlAJUkF
TO HALT AMY BILL
Amendment in House Provides
for Separate "Corps for
DOUBLES PRESENT FORCE
Representatives Sec Hand of
Con tractors in Change in
Washington, March 12. Existence
of nn "organized lobby ot contractors,"
nlded by Interested lirniy officers ylth
the motlvo of amending tho army reor
ganization Mil so as to provide a sep
arato construction corps, wus charged
In the House to-day by Representatives
Madden (111,), Anthony (Kan.), unut
son (Minn.) nnd Wood (Ind,), nil Re
Representative Harrison (Va,), Demo-
crat, a suppor. r of tho proposed amend
ment, replied jat there was "as much
lobbying on one sHlo ns on the other.
Other supporters declared that (continu
ance of tltfl corps ns it existed during
the war would remit In great saving.
The amendment finally wan adopted
tentatively by n voto of 133 to "I, tho
House thereby making the first change
in tho bill us reported by the Military
Committee. Provision Is mado In the
amendment for a corps of 250 officers,
and S.000 men to have charge of nil ie.il
estate purchases nnd construction by
the War Department, except miscel
laneous work now done by tho Engineers
The Houso later reaffirmed Its action
by voting 77 to 47 to discharge the
Quartermaster Corps from such duties
and to transfer from the Quartermaster
hrarch tho officers nnd men necessary
to till tho places created in tho con
Representative Anthony again at
tacked tno creation of tho separate scr
vlco ns "extravagance," pointing out that
whcrcn.i only 4,300 men now wre In the
corps the amendment as adopted pro
vided for S.000 men.
CHARGED TO BIG COP
Prosecutor Smith Hears Vice
IJpiicfit'iary Is Triii to
Prevent n 'Squeal.'
An official of the Police Uenartment
of a rani; higher than that of Captain
was Accused yesterday In a letter re
ceived1 by Assistant District Attorney
James E. Smith of having "cleaned up"
more Shan $100,000 within the last two
Mr. Bailth would not make' known the
name of this official or his Informant, as
tho ma.tter Is to be Investigated bv the
.March prand Jury, which Is delving into
stories of collusion between policemen
and women of the underworld. The
writer of the letter alio Informed him
that tho official referred to had offered
a certain plain clothes man $10,000 "not
to aqueaV and that he would raise the
sum to $.20,000 If necessary. He added
that this official and plain 'clothes man
are In couference every night, and re
marked. "Get him to squeal avid oh. what
a sensatlso will be In this town."
Coincident with this Mr. Smith re
ceived Information to the effect that
certain pcrsoas connected with the Po
lice Depiiutment have been very busy
within the. last .few days raising a "slush
fund" wltlt which to defend any officers
who may be Indicted on graft charges.
Mr. Smith hopes to have tangible evi
dence of tills in his hands for prescnta-
I tion next ivock.
I Another ;orusatlon against the police
was receivfl by Mr. Smith yesterday In
the form of 13 letter from u woman living
in the Koutvh Inspection district, who
stated that he is the mother bf four
growing daugl'terr. This woman, who
signed her ltnm- and address, to the let
ter, set forth, in It a litt of twelve apart
ment houses on the West Side which she
declares to brj of disreputable character.
Mr. Smith stated that other reports had
reached him regarding these same houses
and that he believes them to be "honey
combed with lllsrcputable flats."
The mother's letter follows In part:
"I have lived tn this vicinity for the last
seven years and I have had to change
my ahode more than ten times because
of tho brazen -and shameful actions of
the tenants of some of these buildings
nnd in order to protect the morals of
my daughters. Many other families
have had to do likewise when repealed
complaints to tho owners were cf 1:0
"Strange to say, tho owner of all of
these buildings 3 one . He must
have some wonueriui innuence, as
neither hp nor Ills buildings aro ever
molested by the police."
Do not make the
mistake of think
ing that cocoa is
only an occasional
drink. It is so
valuable a food
beverage, so rich
in the elements of
nutrition, so deli
THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920.
Tiffany & Co.
Fivm Avenue & 37t Street
Clocks Bronzes Lamps
China and Glass
TWO MORE PASTORS
Collegialo Church Ministers
Make Temporary Arrange
ment for Sunday.
Services In churches this, the fourth
Sunday In Kent, promlso will bo of a do
otlonal nature. The dean of the YaJe
fchool of tellglon, tho Rev. Charles
Reynolds Urown, will preach nt Union
Theological Seminary chapel nt 11
o'clock. Hlshop Luther U. Wilson of the
Methodist Church will occupy tho pul
pit of tho Fifth Avenue Presbyterian
Church, In the abyenco of Dr. Kelman,
preaching In both tho morning and the
Tho growing tendency on the part of
Protestant pastors to exchange pulpits
Is shown In tho exchango by which the
congregation of tho Fort Washington
Collegiate Church will bo addressed by
Dr. Henry L Cobb of the West End
Collcglato Church, whose congregation
will listen to Dr. Irving H. Berg.
Bird S. Colcr, Commissioner of Char
ities, will talk on "Charities" on Sun
day cvenlns at tho Central Church.
Disciples cf Christ. Tho Kev. John
Hayncs Holmes will conduct tho vesper
servlco nt tho Community Church of
Xew York at 4 :30 at tho Broadway
Tabernacle, with "The Psychologist,
James H. Hyslop," for his topic. The
dean of the Cathedral of St. John the
Iilvlne. who preaches at 11. has Invited
tly Itcv. Theodore Sedgwick, rector of
Calvary parish, to preach at tho 4
At the Metropolitan Tabernacle Dr.
Allan will discuss the question of "The
Jew in the Approaching World Storm.'
A missionary from Egypt, the Rev. R.
W. Rogers, will speak to tho congrega
tion of the Central Presbyterian Church
In the afternoon.
At Trinity Church the Right Rev.
Wilson Stearly, D. D., P.lshop Coadjutor
of Newark, will be the preacher on
Monday and Tuesday, while Dr. Man
ning will speak, as Is his custom, on
Wednesday night, at St. Augustine's
chapel, Houston street. An Instructive
feature of these services is the answers
Best when taken
on arising, but
effective any time
Natural and definite in
action; proiVipt and posi
tive in results. You add
jusr the amount of Pluto
to suit your condition.
For mild action as a laxa
tive take lA of a glass of
Pluto fill glass with hot
or cold water.
For thorough cleansing
as a cathartic take li of
a glass of Pluto fill glass
with hot or cold water.
For quick purge as a pur-
Pitive take 4 of a glass of
luto fill glass with hot
or cold water.
WHEN NATURE WONT
to questions that havo been sent to tho
Tho Rev. Henry Sloane ."ofnn will de
liver a lecture on 'The Mind of the
Master" nt the Christian linlty lectures
on Monday nt tho Uriel; Trcshytcrlan
At tho Church of St. Peter. Barclay
street, Father Cunnecn win take as his
subject for the Tuesday noonday service
nt 12 ;25 the (juestlon "Is tho Tope the
True World Leader?" At tho Ann-Fulton
clubrooms, on Fulton street,, Mon
day, Miss Margaret SUittyry will speak
at a series of meetings for business
girls on "Her Idols."
MARDI.G COM.EGIATE CnURCU. Fifth
sremio at Twenty. ninth itiv.us.Fmnn. nh.
)ect by Dr. liurrell, "Are You a Truth
Telleri" Erenlnj topic. "The Man Who
BROADWAY PKHSBYTEniAN CHUnCH.
lltth trret-The Rev. Waller Duncan Du-
chanin will preach nt II on "Conduct Effect.
Itir rtlUf't .1 I.. lt. t ..llfl.
t 'irvi'o nitt-nr., , ... . ,
..rT: AS1! CKAPBU Wt Mnctr-wcond
nriT.i ,Hr::;,i"'?i ll'er w1 1 th0
nreax'her at tho II nml 4 nVlvlr ri-rl.
SEAR'S PHILOSOPHY. Princess Theatre
Dr. F. W Soar's lecture topic at 11 will be
"Power of Perwmahty."
SW, CliriSCH (SWEDESBORRIANl,
r.at Thirty-fifth itnet-Tho Rev. Julian K.
Smyth, pastor, rantlnnlnr his theme on the
"Temptation. Thst Chrlt Was SuhiertM
TO. Will nrp.lOh In tile nrnmlnp ot 11 n'nlnnlf
on "Tempted." Sunday sohool at 10:S.
V.V,''UA 'Al'I.RNER PAGE, Carneslo Hall
Next Friday Jllsa Pane will lecture on "The
Law of Mental Gender "
FIFTH AVESttU HAITI ST CHURCH. West
Forty..! xth streel-The Rev. Dr. Cornelius
woelfltlii will ho assisted by the Rev, F. K.
Slnclvr nt the il o'clock service. Younr
People's meetlnir at 6:50 P. M.
r.MTrM."rA TT A N . CONGRECATIONAI.
CHURCH. Broadway at Seventy-ith street
Tlie nev. (.eorco A. Johnston Ross will oc
cupy the pulpit at 11 o'clock.
THKOSOP1IICAL SOCIETY. EM llrnad-
"-uin aujon, Kugllsh compocr,
Mini nrrocted .1 -i-nilti,. ,.i.m f
color, will Elvo the address at s:30 P. M. on
the subject: "The Decomposition ' o'f ' the
Silence." Tniou 01 L!
FIRST Cliirnrtr nv mriw cm.vn
Waldorf-Astoria-The Rev. W.' John Mnrray
5 .fi' '!1W'ot 11 o'clock, ''I!eln
...n.u ...iuisi, 111010 ciass at "J:i5. sun
day school at 11
MRS. MARY CHAPIN. Hotl Onmmodore
The subject of addrcs at 11 o'clock will be
"Pols and Personalltv."
UNITY SOCIETY Hniel .ir,.-Mii....
of Divine Ivp-' is the subject of Mr. "lunch's
address at P. M Other Iccairrs arc held
at S P. M. Special loit.
PASTOR E. E. FRANKS, Rroadhunt
Theatre-Lecture topic: "WiQ the Divldinr
of Turkey Ciuv Another W:r'" Bible pre
dictions. All questions answvred.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS AT
at $1.85 & $2.65
were $2.50 to $4.00
All Neat rotterns.
50c socks special at 35c
All shades, 3 pair $1.00
When you take .Father John's
Medicine you build up new re
to fight off
help to get
rid of impur
irritation i n
you build new
flesh and strength. All this is
done with the positive assurance
that Father John's Medicine is
guaranteed free from alcohol and
every kind of dangerous drug.
6o years in use.
For Colds or
influenza and as a
Be sure you get the Genuine
Look for this signature
on the box. 30c
l a wtt cv nil i iw -Arcift
rhurrli .r rt.i. ... r iru r.hureh
In New York will communlcauwlth B. M.
MeKiii). 105 fff,( tth Ht. Columbus 1M.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
n. t cT . " .
Dr 10th Street.
rAMUKj I. M. HALDEMAN, U. U.
U A.M "HOW TIIK POVERTY OV ONE
MAN CAN MAKE MANY RICH."
8P.M."TIIB AWAKEN1NO OP THE
MOSLEM WORLD, THE THREATENED
ASIATIC INVASION OP EUROPE UNDER
THE OIIEEN II.AO. Till! PERU. OP
fiVnr.AVIi ivn miiiid H'WiT THR
lliii "'" -----
NECESSITY OP A I.EAOUK Or NATIONS
(IN WHICH THE UNITED STATES CAN
;iAVE NO PART) AND THE t'OMINH OP
ANTICHRIST TO III! ITS PROPHETIC
AND FOREORDAINED HEAD."
Those whn deelre to lienr some tnrtllnr
fncta about WMtern ilhilonmey, Alia and
(he Prophetic Ltugue of Nntluns, should
"car this termon.
J'rldajr Night, March toth. 8 o'elock, "Tho
Danger of .nohn Into the Ark."
rHANK M. GOODCHILD, D. D, Pastor
11 Dr. fh.rlftB It. R.Arfl on
"The Challenxe of th New World Move-
R I AWTTDM I CrTIIRF
"OLD GLORY IN THE PHILIPPINES"
In which the Pastor will tell tho etory
or nia ouu travels,
CAM RV DAl'TIST ClltRCII
Went STih St.. net. Cth A 7th Aves.
RISV. .11)11 V nnvrir KTHATON. D. D.
10:30 "Christ's lturn the Only Uasli of
nope for the Rce."
12 Sunday Sehm.l nt Artnlt nible C ,
t "Can ii Woman rail So .Low That
tlrlit Cannot Redeem Her'.'
Second of aerie on
"WOMEN WHOM Ji;SLS MET."
i FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
I to II Wet 6lh Street.
! Hit CORNKI.H'B WOKI.KKIN AN'D RBV
f' K. HI.VOiailR. II. Pundav School. 9:30.
Men's Class, 9:10. Lcfler. Mr. Ulibert II.
Montarue Women's rij. 9 -as. l,eadr.
?" Katharlr.. W. Eddy. Young Pcopio's
Meeting at 6:30.
MOUNT MORRIS BAPTIST CHURCH
5th Ave., between UOth end 127th Sts.
CARL WALLACE PETTY, Minuter
II A. M "Tho Imponderables" '
S p. M. "The rhllosophy of a Subway
JLVD1SON AVKM'E HAPTIST Cltl'ItCH.
MADISON' AVEM'R, COR. S1ST ST.
Ret. George Culcb Moor, D. D., I'astor,
It A, M, "I. f.ln 11 Vantusy?"
8 V. M "AT TIIK FORGE OF Vbl.CAX."
Slmes of Work mill Worry.
10 A. M. Men', f lass. Rev. A. T. llrooks.
Services are held In the follow Inc
.CHRISTIAN M'tKNC'i: ClIt'RCIlKS
Sundajs. 11 A. M. nnd S P. M.
Wednesdays, S P. M.
First ChurchCentral Park West & Jfith St
Second Church-Central Park West 6SH1 st
iTInrl Church KSIh St. R- Madison Av
' n"rtb Church 17Sth St. & l't. Washlneton Ar
j-fth Church-Aeolian Cone. Hall. :i W. 41d St
SILh Church 1335 Anllionv Av.. Hronx
Seventh Church lU'lli ft., cast ot Brojil-
Sutirjay. It A. M. on.I 4.30 I. M.
Rlthth Chureh tnj Kaet TTih Pt
Ninth Church Fark Avenuo Hme'. 4"h
Av. nt S3il St.
Tenth rtiureh-;;ih St.. Int eat or Ilroailrra
Elnventh C'hurch--:06: IlrlRgs A v. 1! M
rrti:B nKADi.vo noo.M. 33 w 4:m s
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE I E8TURES
be delivered a follor.-a:
Seeond Church of ChrUt Sclentlt.
OSth Street and Central Park Wea'
By Mr. EZRA W. PALMER, C. S. II.,
Friday evening, March 1U, 1920, at
BROADWAY AND SSTU STUUHT
iRev. Ilr. Jeffrrmn, l"ntor. Mill prca-h.
ill A.M.. "The Klnicilnm nf God."
,8 P. M "Llbetly nml .lor May He Your."
0:4.-, A. M Illhle Sc hool.
TufMlsv, S:I5 P. M., Public Torum.
Ueilnenlm. I. M.. Mlil-week erlce
ii hct. (.eo. a. .mnsri n(i-. n. n.
First Church of Divine Science
Grand Ball Iioom. Waldorf-Astoria.
Services. Sunday. 11 A. M.
REV. W. JOHN MURRAY, PaiDr
"llelnir Perfectly Natural."
Bible C'laa at 9 45 A. M. promp'Iy.
Sunday School nt 11 A. M
tinnri.m or cimisT cimimAw"
GST It A! 142 Went Slut Street.
RKTIAN Dr. Iilleman. 11 A. M.
HCH K P. M.. HON. Hllill
( III. Kit. "CIIAHI I'IKS."
thi;mhiktyfoh i.thh ai. (li.tihi;,
Central Park Weat and 61th St
U A. M. ripeaker. Mr. Horace .1. ltrldKe..
Subject! "Sir Oilier Lode and, the Ite
Alval of Spl 'uallim." Public Invited
GOSPEL TABERNACLE CHURCH
632 EIGHTH AVE.. AT 44TII ST.
Rev. A- B. Simpson, Founder
REV. ELMER B. FITCH (awls't TaMor).
Dr. DONALD D. MUNRO
OF KANSAS CITY. .MO.,
will preach Sunday mornlne and evening
jorvicei at 10:45 A. M. ancf 7)0 P. M.
Sunday School at 230 P. M.
Dr. JOSEPH KEMP
former Pwtor of thU city,
wi'l (rlv elx irtdnMCi on the sreneral
Theme, "After the Itcourroctlnn, bcsimilnf
Tuesday, March lGtu. at 7.15 P. M. Other
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17th.
Sunday Morninir and nvnnlnft, March 21st;
also tho following Tuesday & Wednesday.
lt'way . 104th St. Rev. WILLIAM ALLAN
31 "la The Lord Ainona- U Or Not "'
8.-"TIIK JKW IN THE APPROACHING
WORLD STORM" I Jew a apeclally Invit
ed). Trnyer Meeting-, Monday nt 8. Jlld
Week Bible I.ecjure. Thureday at 8.
CARNEGIR HALL. SUNDAY MORN.. 10:10.
TUB DISTI.NoriSIIF.D POET,
WILL DELIVER THE ADDRESS WITH
READINI1S FROM HIS POEMS.
THE CHOIR WILL REPEAT
BY REQPEST PART 1 OF
nAYDN'S ORATORIO. "THE CREATION."
ALL ARE XVEIOME.
Sth Ave. at ,th St.
Sunday. March 14. 11 A. M.
Rabbi LEO M. FRANKLIN of Detroit.
"A World Without God."
TK.MPLE RODKP1I SIIOLOM,
IxsInKton Ave. nnd 3d St.
Dll RUDOLPH GROSSMAN.
Saturday, 10 A. M Zanxwlll's "The Xext
neugion -v uncuesion oi iia message.
TE.MPI.E EMANT-KL. flth Av. 4Jil St
Sunday 11:15. Dr. Silverman on "Can the
Dead Communicate With the Living?"
Rev. Ainu. tus Slelmle. I). D.
Broadway nt J5rd St.
Servlcea 11 nnd I.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY,
th Street and Cntral Park West.
Her. Charlea .1. Smith, I). D Pa.tar.
Services at Jl A. M. and P. J.
Madison Avenue Church, 6OH1 St.
Dr. KAI.riI W. SOCRMAK. Taslor.
jl, "Christ aa Conciliator."
1. Music: uvoraKa -lanat jiater."
Massage. Rev. Leland P. Carr.
.S, Social Tea and Young People's .Meeting.
ST. PAUL'S METHODIST CHURCH
mth Street and West End Avenue.
Her. TtHvmond L. I'orrnnn. J). I).. I-n.tr
11 A. M. "THE STOREKEEPER."
in A. M. -Men's Forum. "No Mom Sea."
CALVARY M. E. CHURCH
I 1.th Strce! a -il "lh Avenue.
1 rl't;-tn ctarge. Rev. II INUIIAM, D, D.
t How to S-c (loud D.f,"
J Special Musical Sertlcr, assisted, by
violin and 'cello nrtlsts.
GRACE, WEST 104TH ST.
kermon by the Minister. Frederick Itrown Harris
Il -oeaisa umera ; :si 'A (illmpse of
the Coming Kingdom." lllua. by illdea. A
Prlxma motion picture.
OLD JOHN STREET ViJMi
Mother Church of American Mellioiilim.
ill New Challengo to the Churches,
I t. l'lti:iEltI('K LYNCH.
Anrlont ulirlne attracts worldwide vlillori,
- tlekl u 1 111 IB 1 I HO Willi
llr. A 1 hi 11 Mucltmihlr.
RELIGION i BUSINESS
Hotel Mr.Oph! ((irecn Room) It (IS.
TltSOUOre G. NOrtelNiP
The Du!nM In ond Wonder of the
The Man at the Wheel''
MISS VILLA FAULKNER PAGE
IRIDAVS . .
3 P M Chapter Hall. "Th I.w of
Mental Gerder" tArtm.li ham-
ber Hall. "The lllualan Called Death
(Free). .March II,
CARNEGIE HALL ?,' " P'Si
THE HOLMES BROTHERS r5fLB
Tho offleem nf the rhiireli wish to an
nounce Hint owlnjr to the creiit I'aychologl
ral Cnmpalsn iar Mfn ami 8uceef con
ilucted by .Mr Harry Onze In Chleauo, the
Kunilay mnrnlni; mcetlnr of the New York
Church nlll be ilMcoiitlnued until hl re
turn. UNITY SOCIETY OF rS?t&
Ilmel At.,r. KuncMy. .1 P. M
Mr. niolinnl Ijncli. ftn-aker, "MlnUtty ef
niTlne Ixnc." AIM 'lm'ily( 2:.10 I'. M.. u1
JWilneMay, 8 J SJ. All Wcleome. Mine.
ANNA C. NOLLE
IMPERIAL 1IOTKI,, PUN'DAV, II A. M.
"HOW TO l.Ni"I!KASi: YQUn INCOME."
rjimnnnlorc ltnlhoiinl, 11 Veloeli.
"I'olne nnil I'erK.tialltr " All Welcome.
NKTT CWnitCIl (BTriCDBNBOltOIAlO.
NEW CHURCH p
.13th (,. Iiet. I'nrk nnd Leilnetnii lira.
Itev. Jl'MA.V K HMVTH. I'aator.
Sunday School, 10.15 .. JI Service, 11.
Tho Panior will preach. Subject:
Ilrookln ("oclety nf the New Church,
Monroe Place, corner CUrk Strtet
Take Interboroush Subnay-to Clark Street.
Sunday School 10 A 1 Kervlc at 11
Mr A. Olcnhillj of Ihe New rhurch Then.
losleai School m preach, Subject. "Our
What Is the image of the
Beast? What Is the mark
of the Beast?
tVs- A Prnnlirtlr ItihtnAH.Iroccl...
nth .m. alio Rnodwav,
flMMT .NK.III'. MUCil II.
H' . t . m-locfc
Th 1 .iiiHi Nlaht Cjx-
i.nYiitlon in New York
(juc ttim and Amwer Service after
All Scat Free You Arc Welcome.
"Power ot Personality
la a sublect which lntereta every
one. Thla la especially true when
viewed In tho ilpht and developed
under the Guidance ot the teach
Ihe of che
which mike fo'ks think.
aody. 11 A. M.. )r Y W. Sear
wit Ie. ur- n uhfi t a' the
PHnenee Tho?l o !'." "'' N-
ii.:ii,i,m iivjviu net. ll'n.i.i , fi.li A U
A '-'Minn ' rni,-,'l'(iTll'er tl m
THE itfARK OF THE BEAST
I'ROXKP THhTl.D A N u ILLlsTltATKO.
A, G. RIDGE WAY
Poet and lecturer.
Sunday, 2:30 o'clock, ot Hie Hotel Mr.tlpln,
In the large Itluo Auditorium on the
first Mezzanine Floor.
Admleslon Free. Q.uetlnn Invited.
! W 43d St.
Sat . Mch. "n. It f
Pliysical p;riornnnca mrougii Psychics
lecture by (iertrud Ocden Tubbv. n s
Asa't. Sec. Am Soc for Psychical Research.
1 icKeis aoc. lo j; ts.
The Rescue Socletv,
Old Chinese Theatre,
.1-7 Diners Street.
Wide .make fiospel Servce.,Nlghtly 10 P..M.
i nomas .i. Aoonan. fMipcriniendent.
Fifth Atenne nnd Thirty-Seventh Street.
Mint.tr f Ytllllam I'lerson Merrill.
Ministers. Tllrotlor, ,lnsworth
Dr.,MERRILL will preach at 11 and 4.
Dlble'pchool at ?:40.
CJeneral Bible Discussion Class at 10:00.
Professor Chnrles Thnddeus Terry. Leader.
Young People's Society Social and Supner
Meeting, i 30. S 00. t
FRIDAY NOON HOt'R OV IUSIC AT
i::i:. "Spnrtsli Music." by Clarence Dick
inson, assisted hy Pearl Hutton-Shrader,
Soprano; Herthe Uaret. vlollnlsto.
SEVEN LENTEN ADDRESSES
will ho given in
THE IIRICK I'ltESnYTERIAN CHURCH,
tiiin ,i.r. iiiiu ouu nr.
On successive Monday afternoons at I,
Beginning. Monday. February 9th.
Speaker. March 16th, at 4 P. Jl..
REV. HENRY SLOANE COFFIN. D. D..
"Tho Mind of the Master."
Rt. Rev. Charles Sumner Durch, D. D.,
The last speaker In the serin will to Rt.
Itev. Ethelbert Talbot. D. D., Bishop of
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Old First. 1'nlveralty Tlaee and Madison
'Ret.OeorgeAlesnmler. II. II.
Ministers Rev.Harry Emerson l'usdirk.D.D.
Rev. Thomas (iuthrie hpeern.
Services In University l'lace Church. Cor.
10th St.. one block east of Fifth Av.
11 A. XL Dr. Fosdlclc lll preach.
I P. XL Mr. Sneers.
Madison Avenue Presbyterian Churoh,
Northeast Corner 18d St.
11 A. XL Rev. Uenry Ploens Coffin. D. D.
4:30 P. XL Rv. Paul D. Moody.
8 V. XL Rev, Utarj- Bloana Coffin. O. D.
. QTnnit HEIt VICES.
I WILL INt UIVIUMti urB'
CAUSE ANOTHER WAR?i
BIBLE PREDICTIONS! I
R piipjPOoois OpenVp. M.Pl
m MYSTIfi NIIMRFRfifiR
OTIIEli SERVICES nnOOKLTN.
Elizabeth St, Ives, Soprano) Mary Kent, Contralto) Clini, llarrlion,
Tenori Andrea Sarto, Baritone. Chorus of 20 Voices,
CHURCH OF THE PILGRIMS
Sunday, Mnrch 14, nt 7.45 P. M.
Henry and hemsen Sts., Brooklyn. Two blocks from Borough Hall
Station of both Kast and West Side Suhwayj.
Rcv.Richard Roberts will preach at 11 A.M. and 7.45 P.M.
Solo Quartet nnd Chorus Choir at both servlco, Seat3 Free.
CENTRA? I'liKsnvTKiiiAN ciititcii
.:. JUUIwin nv. nml nilh
Iter. Willon Mttle-Suilh. D. 0., Filter.
, ItOIIKRT W. HOOKIIS, l. I)
will preach nt 11 A. M nnd 4i!l(l P. M.
...''"inooii Subject i "AllllAII AM AND
? .v.vr 01, "i i-'-'.v in Tin: 1.UHIT 01
Sunday School, 0:1.". A. M.
, . oun" Penple'a Meetlnp, N P. M
ft edneaday. 8 p, M., Devotional Meeiln,
RUTGERS rimuivTr.niAN chukcu.
The I'nilnr.ner. IIAMKI, lllrlKI.U O.K.,
preacn at 11 A, l.
' G,r.i,l-artera & Prenent Problem" 1.1),
'"'""Itl, Hl'SSKI.I,. II. II..
."WAT SHAH. TIIK (11111(11 HAV V
HARLEM- Rev. Frederick W. Evan;, D.D
NEW YORK p'K"' 11 A, M.,"Iiaac
" ' lileseed anil nleeclne." 8 P.M.,
w , "What la It In Itepent?"
Mt. Mnrrla Park Wet at IJJd St.
FORT GEORfJF Ht- Mi'ioii" at.
, "OyllUli n, 180th 81.
Lyman n. Hartley, m A., Mlnlatef. 11 & I.
F0 U RTH ':i:siivtkhian cntittii.
I.Db Ail U HI TAKElt woiik- n n ninr
U A, .M and i P. M. rtev. Maurice.", White
St. Nicholas Ave.
I4it hi. anil
.u.mcier, lieT. r.HIOll V. Ilrowll, II, II.
Services 11 A M, and 8 P. M..
WEST PNn phkshythiiian.
"Ml Am.t. Av..nt JOMh.
MA . A, KDU'IN KKimVIN. I). I.. I'aator.
"1 & 8 DP.. 1IA11I.AN C MENIJE.VHA1.U
Mrul'mur Prcabjtery ot N. Y Preachea.
Wet 1S31II lit.
ItnV. JOHN It, .MACKAY, '
I). 1).. 1.I..D., Paator.
11AM "What Time Iteveala,"
M. ''The Human Heart."
llroartvvay and Utth Street.
Itev. WAI.TKK lll'NCAN Hl'CIIANAN. D.I).
A I Inltter. nlll iirearli II n. m nnd p. m.
Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church
rifth Afenue and rifty-flflli Street.
Minuter. JOHN K EI. MAN, D. D.
.Miuiaten UUv IAMKS j.ALMEIt. Ph. D.
BISHOP I.l'THIHt Ii. WILSON,
uiil preach at 11 A. M. and 4..10 P. M.
At 4. orsan Itecltal by Lynnwood .Karnam
Hlhli- School at 11.30. Men'a Clasa nt 10 A. M.
U S. 1 .-. p M. Wedneeday In the Chapel.
Midweek ervlce conducted by Dr. Palmer,
IVKVr.PAHK PnESHYTEItlAN CHUIIC1I,
Am.'erdam nvenne and S'lth street
Her. ANTHONY II. EVANS, I). D.. PnMnr.
Vr r.VNS i i preach ot 11 A M.8 P. M.
Kv suj'ec; "The Prayer Lite of Jcu"
Iter WIIJJAM T. MANNING. D.D.. Rector.
7 s nml 'I Holt i cmuirnlou
in .10 Milium: Prjjcr.
11-I.Haiiy. Iluly Cuiuoiunlon auJ Sc.-.xoa
3 SO KTenfon; and Scrmoa.
Mrch 15. U.
Tho Ri Rev. WIIXIN It. MTKAKI.Y.D.D.
Rlehop Coadjutor of Newark.
March 17. IS, 1J.
The Rt. Rev. EDWIN S. LINES, 1). 1.
Hi. hop of Newark.
LECTURES BY REV. DR. MANNING
Wednesday Niclilt In Int nt :I3
Mar 17. Place st Atisuiane'. rinnel.
10.i I: Houston 'lic-n ilm ll-twerj.
Subject . "i nnini'inlcailon Willi tlicllead:
ln We Uk fur Help I'rom fiplrltujl-
CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION
Madison Avenue nnd 3Uh Street.
The Ilex. Horace Percy Sliver. Rector.
S A. M Holy Communion.
9 30 A. M Sundav School.
11 A M. -Mornlnu Prnyer. Sermon by the
P.EV. V.. SI'NDERLAND.
4 P. M. Special Musical Sernce
"On' of The DarltncsV hy Gounod,
lohn Doane. Orsantm and Choir Master.
Dally Irfiiten Services with Promlutnt
Spenkers 12:13 to 11:10..
Tenth Street, Weft of Second Avenue.
Wltt.tAM NORMAN GUTHRIi:, Rector.
H A. M - -Service and eermon hy the rec
tor, euhject, "Chriet, the Deelre of
Nations." . .
I P. !. Interroga'ory on Spirit-Survival,
Walter Fran'KlIn Trlnce, Ph. D.
S P. M Symbolic servlco and community
CHURCH OF THE HEAVENLY REST
Fifth Ave., above 45th St.
REV. HERBERT SHIPMAN, RECTOR.
11 A. M. Right Rev. Arthur S. Lloyd, D.D.
8 P. M. The Gloria Trumpeters
All Angels' Church
WEST END AE. AND .8 1 ST STREET.
Rev. s. Delance) ToHnfd. D. D.. Rector.
HoCf Communion . . 8 A.M.
xtgp.inj- rayer and Sermon iRectorl.lt A.M.
Eveti'son? iRer. W. J. D. ThomaV.... 4 P. M.
Sf. CDOtMS'S glWCi)
FIFTH AVE. and 53D ST.
Rev. ERNEST M. STIRES, D. D... Rector.
; A. M llolv com"iu"io''
i; Morning Service nnd .sermon (Hector).
4 P. M. Evensong nnd Address (Rector), i
5 P. M. Hour of Organ Mush . I
Dally Lenten services, i;. j (r.ectori.
CHURCH OF THE BELOVED DISCIPLE i
SSth Street, near Madison AVc.
Dr Ynn De Water, Reclor, ireaches
11 A. Jl. "How tiort speaks tn Jian. i
Musical cspers, A o clock. Communion
seiv'ce. ':30 and 10 A. M. Choral litany
and sermon every Wedpe.Jav night.
Cburch of Che transfiguration
I East SSth SI. DR. HOUOHTON. Rector.
Communions -7. S and ! o'c.O'-!,
10:S0 Sermon and Martin's Mass.
Preicher Rev., Father llushsoii. O. H. C
4 o'clock Choral evensong.
8 o'clock Sermon. Rev. W. W. Dal.
Dally at noon Father Hughson. O. H. C
Monday evening "Contlrma;lon," Father
ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH
121th St. and 5th Ave.
Rev. Clin. l. Mnon. Minister In Charge.
Holy Communion, S A. Jl.
1 1 A, M. Res Iiimes V. Chalmers.
Evensong and Orgarn Recital, 4 P. XL
Weil. 8:15 Rev. William Austin Smith.
Editor. "The Churchman."
Church of Zion & St. Timothy
Ml West Alt It Street.
Rev. Frederick Itnrges.. Jr., II, I).. Rector.
S, 11 t Rector) and 5 (Rev. c. O. Hicks).
Net Thursday E.enlng at S:l.".,
Law lln.l.v A Cinl.niAn 11 11
" 1 f I
Jij'i"! I'riJ.'S't l.'VlT,l:nnlvKA,Nn I
LTOWesUKthSt Rei.J.o.H HARRV D. D.,
RectorMasse for Communion, 7:30. 8:15.
!: High jiass anil Mrmon tneetnri. u.
D. D.). 4: Tuesday at S P M. Stations and !
I HRPIS Mint 7T-ii4i-sis Me-'. i-s. . lriatll. '
Sermon iDr. Delany): Friday at S. Dene-
dlctlon and Sermon I Rector) ; Noon-day1
preaching uany encept ratuniay. i.tjs.
' ORACE CHURCH.
Rmndtray anil 10th Street.
fioTy Communn". "T'!:. . ,TSJ. j
Evenfn Arrhileamn Sturk)... g p M,
Dally lntfn yrrvlw. 12-30 and 4:30.
ST. JAiViES' CHURCH
Madison Avenue ami .1st Strce.:.
Rev. Frank Wnrfleld Crnwder, Rctor
I A. XL; 11 A. XL I RECTO n. 4 p. M
(P.cv. E. nrsKi.i. iini rt-F..
nnd sltti It.
WILLIAM rlTT JI.CINE. Rector.
XIassea T. . JO. 11
Vespers and Benediction. 4.
ST. MATTHEW'S S.Ti IMF
H.v. ARTHUR IL JUDGE. D. P.. Rector.
' lei LIME DP HAINT-ESriUT.
41 E. 17th St. Sendees Demaln. 10:10.
Rev, A, V, Wlttmotr, Rtctsrv
OTHER ftKRVlGES II It 00 1(1
l'HOTi:.STANT KPIHt Op.M,,
Ili-ondHay ami 155th Pt
He ,M, 11 (iiilc. I) II Vlcnr n,ll,i-.
A. M, Holy Communion. 9 : 1 .1 Sunday School,
vLA'.M,ot"'r!'",n Pmin, 4 P. .M
tenor. -ll lnr "rioren A Marin," A. Upe
Alniagro: "Hore, rM i:i Meji l)e Mayo."
A. Mllpache.r .en Whkk, recital nrsanlat,
ii .. V.ll,ll)rv .March." (Iranadoai
;i?" ."Ju"'' VRli irilo: "Scrcnaln," Albe.
2 , ?l'1l'h lntcrineito. ' OraliadM. The
fpanl.h National Apihem t.lll he nunr.
Artilre.f, 'What the World Owen Spain"
.1, u1'" A '""'dtal Invltnllon extenddi!
mil JlwiliMi h i,l to all who love Spain.
J, r' J'. I'linHnnatlon. Rt Itev l harlea S
lurch. 11 !.. HUhopnf Nw Vork.offlr'atlnr.
St. George's Church
hliij temi Snunre,
"'.lUJIliANl). D.D.. I.I..D.. Peclor.
All ltllnc free and the puhlle Welcome.
n . ouiniiiiiioii hertlre,
,T'T. ".,:Cr0!i ""I. niU the BdiireM.'
lleetor't Confirmation l.ect. Cliajiel h:M P. M.
1 P M. -I.ii-nlng ajgrand Sermon, Chapel,
St. flarlho!omewTs Church
Prl Atetiue nnd 5lt St.
".' '.K'OHTOV PARK?, d). U., Rector.
? l l !"'' rnmmunion.
U .--.Mnrnlni! Prayer nnd Sermon,
, pr. I.KIUHTO.V PARKS will preach.
?:S5K J - Sunday S. hool.
4:30 P. SI Choral Kvenanncr and Address.
Preacher, Itev. PAl'L CK FA YOUR.
DAILY Ml.VTgX NoTj.V-DAY SKRYICRS,
Cathedral of St. John tfielivin o
Amaterdam ATenun and 1 1 1 tit Street.
T' 3? A- "-Thf Holy Couimunldii,
n A. M. Holy Communion t.Iapn Dort-l.
11 A, M.-Preiie!ier, lean rtohhln..
J P. M.-Preacher. Iter. Tlieoilore Sedznleti,
Rally SerTlfM. i-m A.M. ; ,", P.M. (rUoral except
Monday and Saiu-d.iyl. Dr. Pliorlij-'a Amerlcen
Church lll.tory Lecture, WedneKilar. nt 4 P, M
Rot. Throilorr Rcdcwlck, D. D. Rector.
Ilidy I'.niiniiiiilon. 8 and 10:1.",.
Ssrvlcei, 11 niid 8 P. Jf. (Ileemri.
Nn.uiclr Sen Icon. IS.Ul.lS.",
Preacher. Rev. . V. , DarUnclon.
Rev.Dr PERCY STK'KNEY GRANT. Rector
u."ine mien huroii World Movement
md Nc'i York 'Dr. Grant).
4. .Music: "Manjonl Renulem," Verdi.
S -Fiiruni: Walter W. Linnet I.
"The Nonp.irtlsn Lcigue In Action,"
ST AIJNKS S CHAPEL. Trinity parUIt,
Went fr.M sticct. nejr Cnhiuihii. Are.
Itic r.ev. W W. llEI.I.INiiElt, HP., Vicar
u and 9 -lh, It I'uniiiiinilon.
in-Mointns Prnyer. Litany Men's fllWe Cls.i.
11- Mornlni Prayer Hcly riniiniiuo:i. SormoB.
2:4.". Similar Sclimil nnd Itlhlo Claxe..
4 Krenhii Player and Rrlef tddres..
CHRIST CHURCH iM
The Her. John It. Atkinson, Hector.
Services S:.TO nud 11 A. M i S nnd P P. SI.
Evening Sermon. Confe.slons of an Agnostic.
Irldey Half Hour, llluatratnl Lecture.
CHURCH OF TIIK HOLY COMMUNION,
6th Aienue nml 20th Slrret.
S A. M. Holy Communion.
1t A.M. Morning Prayer, Rector.
1! MVHoly Communion.
' P -Evening Prayer. Rec'or.
13 !P, M- DAILY NOONDAY SERVICE.
Si'J P..M THURSDVY.OROAN RECITAL.
ST. PAUI! CHAPEL.
Broadway nnd Fulton Street.
. 10:J0- (Vicar Emerltuai.
5. S P. M -HT. Yhld P. S. J. R. Conley
RKKOR.MEI1 CHUHCII IN AMERICA.
REFORMED ( lit HCH OF HARLEM.
I.not Avenue and 123d Street
Rev. EDGAR TILTON, ,IrM D. D.. Minister.
al l preach at II A. M. and 8 P. M,
tirnie Reformed Cliurrh, "th Ave. and
54th St. Rev. J. R. DURYEE, D. D., Mln
Ister. will preach. Services 11 o'clock.
HAMILTON ORANGE, Convent fc 149th St.
11 A. M. Itev. Robert W. Courlne).
A P. il Rev. Arthur Frederick Mabon.
CHURCH Of SPIRITUAL SCIENCE
REV. I.TLLIVN. ordained aplrltuallst. If
you are In doubt, worried, perplexed, dlsap.
pointed or unhappy, don't wait, but coma
In to-day and you will be courteously re
ceived in the open' light and be Impressed
with the sincerity of her purpose. Rev.
Lillian asks no questions and makes no
charge. Room 207, 15 West 4:d.
FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH
155 E. 511th St., near Sd Avenue.
SUNDAYS AT 8 P. M.
Mrs. M. E. Wllllanif. Inspirational Speaker.
Good Mediums. AH welcome.
LEARN THAT SPIRITS COMMUNICATE
CHURCH OF Dll INE INSPIRATION,
Carnegie Hall iChapter Room),
5T!h St., 7th Ave.
Sunday. March 11, S P. M.. Mrs, A. C.a
brio! Lecture; Mrs. V. Clark, Messages
Rev. E. Augusta Monroe Hand, Moderator
PROOF.", OF LIU! AITER DEATH DV
Prof. Pits w. Mottley Every Sunday. S P M.
M.-.-.a Velei. fainuas vVoari Medium.
N. l. Spiritual ami Psychical Reaeirch
Society, lil West 125th St. Seats Free,
Spiritual and Ethical Society. 14? W. 133.
Helen Temple Itrl3l1n.n1. morning and evening.
Evening llicnie. "The Spiritual Analenln.1
At 2228 Broadway
N. V. Lodge. Thensonhlcal Focl.tv
'",rn;,,?InaJ ulc"i'- '" Annie Besant.
i EDWARD MAR YON
prominent English Conmoser. ivho n.r.
f.cted a siier.tinc sysUm of Tone-Color.
M . . . . p.,
"Ihe UeCOIppOSIIICn Ol IRS OllenCC.
Theosophlral society Independent), 12 1
W. aSth St. Public lecture Sunday Eve..
s.I5. "How the Dead Live." (leorge P.
THE COMIVIUNiTV CHURCH
11 A XI New Amsterdam Theatre,
JOHN HAYNES HOLME?,
"DOES ODD KNOW Ills OWN .MIND?"
4:30 P. M. Rroadnny Tabernacle, at 50th
St. Vesper Service. XI It. HOLMES.
"JA.MES II. HYSLOP & IMMORTALITY."
8:1.1 P. M. Forum. Ethical Culture Xlit
lng House. MIL NORMAN ll.M'(.OOI),
"WHAT AI10UT RUSSIA ?"
10 A. XL New Amsterdam Theatre,
HARVEY DEE IIROWN.
"Psychoanalytic Studies; Jllracles as Psy
chological Creations "
WEST SIDE UNITARIAN CHURCH
(Unity Congregational Society),
11 To-morrow. Earl Hall, R'way A- 117th St
CHARLES FRANCIS POTTER,
"LOYALTY AND FREEDOM "
UNITARI N RrooClyn.
t v- it r t t v t.t.t.. II,.'..
"1'"" OF TIIE SAVIOCR IIROORLYN
I-rrenont sr. nd Vlnnnie PI II M
" on,sev .l"hii II LaThroi
-,mr Failures of Croat Men."
I'oiw and Worship here
UN I V ER.S A LIST.
M '.VlM' " J.,llr"ln Service ami Sermon (Hector'
1 .pi. enei Sertlce or one hour
r. ni Hi M'Aiav ijoVii.i). Kiioi.t,
Kev. 'Mltrit.r. hi.'imiv ...mi ....i
l CENTRAL PARK WEST 4 76T?.ST.
PJOSEPH FORT NEWT0N.D.D.
y MINISTER. c,
Will PreBcriSun.Morninr.ll o'Cloc!t
"THE .101 UNA I. OF OOL.MAN,"
Douhlf. t'h;ilr. Yl'llors tteliome.
Xeilunta Sorlel), 1
W I i?a ml Hod
a nee." J P M
nilOQHLTN T. XI. V. A.
DR. S. PARKES CADMAH
"Th Puritan In Tno Worlds '
KISMET TEMPLE BAND '
Bedford Br. T.XL C A., 1 III Bedford. Bklym,
Sunday. 1 P. XL Men only. rr
Qriatut ilea' Mtetlaf In Greater N. T.