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, THE- SUN BP NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1920. W 9
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MEN, SAYS HUlililiS
Attacks Constitutionality of
, Lever Act at Miners and
Operators1 Trial.
NO 1. S. OFFENCE CHAEGED
Jndre Anderson in Indian
epolis Overrules Tlea in
Abatement.
1v
ApbUR. May 7. Motion
the indictment atralnst 115
txnimtus coal miners and operator" pi
Infl.wo, Olio. Illinois and Ponnsj-lvaola
w re filed la the Federal court here to
fltiv V Charles E. Hughes, chief counsel
'he Indicted mlnera, and Samuel D.
V t and James A. Blncham ot counsel
lo' fie ojierators.
T . motions attack the conBUtutlonal
i;j -f the auctions of the Lever food
co oi act. on -which the Indictments
i.n HM-d, and assert the unctions are
tno;n"-ative since they relate to the fuel
red iK'.ry. ',
S. ".tona 4. 9 and 26 and the amend
nvn. to section 4 -of the Lver act, bsth
h- miners' counsel and the operators'
iswrrrs asserted are la contradiction to
'e Fifth Amendment of the Conatlto-
fi- in that they deprive persons of their
tir'tr and property -without due process
' ,s.w. and of the Sixth Amendment In
: i.r they cause criminal prosecution
v.ihnut informinc the accused jiersons
rf the nature of the 'charces against
them
The indictments are defective and in
(.uflicient the motions assert, becaut,
thej "purport to relate to a period
urins which the President of the tJulted
status, under section 15 of the act of
"empress of August 10, 181". exercised
powers cf rejrulation confided In "Win.
and that durinc that period Bald statu
tory provisions of sections 4, 9 and 26
were Inoperative and -were Intended to be
Inoperative, and the oblicatlans and
titles of those encased in the bitumi
nous coal industry -were determined by
rules -made by the President under the
authority conferred on him by Con
cresB." Each of the counts of the indictments,
the motions assert, falls to charge an
offence under any law of the Veiled
States with the certainty required by
law. The indictments were ambiguous,
redundant, uncertain, vacue and lifle
ftnlte. it Is declared. The "it-Jons in
each case reiterated The pica tn abate
ment, which was overruled by Judge A.
B Anderson.
The creater part of the session was
taken up with arguments on the plea
in abatement which deals with the tech
nical rights of trial Judges In their in
sfu -tioTis to juries. loafer Dan V.
Sunma. Special fnlted States Attorney,
was placed on the witness Btand and
questioned by Mr Hncb.es as to the
..anner In which the special Grand Jury
a., i Investigated the coal situation last
wiDter had been informed concerning
the error regarding the statement at
tributed to John 1 Lewia, president of
the I'nlted Mine Workers of America,
by a member of Congress. The motions
to juauh the indictments were then In
troduced and arguments were begun by
ilr Hughes.
The trial will be resumed to-morrow,
MRS. FRANK A. SAYLES
FIGHTS WILLJROBATE
It Left Only the Homestead
and an Annuity.
PnonriENCX, B. 1, May 7. Mrs. Mary
D a Sayles, widow of Frank A. Sayles,
considered the wealthiest man In Ehode
Jsiand, who died recently to New Tors,
filed to-day In tho Probate Court In
Pawtucket a notice of appeal from the
probate of her husband's wlIL
Tne will filed March 15 bequeathed
the homestead estate in Pawtucket toi
the widow durinc her HfCTrith an annu
ity of $50,000. -which may be Increased
to $100,000. The principal part of the
estate Is given to Charles O. Bead. James
E. Maccon cad Kenneth T. Wood, to
trust, to pay annuities and to pay each
cf the testator's tour daughters pot ex
reeding $20,000 a yeas, tip to the age of
SE. not cTcnedlng 440,000 a year be
tween the age of 2S and 20 end f 50.000
a year between the ages of 20 and 85.
Xftcr frte.tning the are of 15 each
daughter Is to receive one-iuarter of
the entire set income of the trust estate
rematolnj; after the payment of the -annuities,
which In addition to the one to
Vie widow. Include one of $10,ODO to
llturice K Washburn, a nephew, and
one of $2,000 to Bebecca L. Davis. The
will also contained a bequest of 1100,000
to the Sayles Memorial Hospital at Faw
tudtot which, under contingencies de
pendent upon the .ultimate disposal of
the trust estate created "by the will, may
Hvelve an additional bequest of SBDfi.OOO.
T2ZATBE MONOPOLY PEA1ED.
Aldermen Get Protest
AapaUut
(In inn Ordinance.
T 'Lineal men told the Aldcrmanic
On -ai Welfare Committee yesterday
tiia; a virtual theatre and -motion ple-tu-f
house monopoly -would be created
L-ic iickrt wnnM irn (marine If the
Iioartl of Aldermen passes an ordinance')
h ".duced by Alderman William
tr-i: ; forWddlng a license for any new
tne. ire or motion picture house for
v erection a dwelling i torn down.
A;-eaaj Che theatret men Bald, the de-ttia.i-
for tickets is greater than can be
K-ifXicd and if the proposed Ave year
nx.r.o.tice goes Into effect It "will stop
W bu.idlng of theatres.
T mt argued also that- the city has
n' . its power to Invalidate contracts
..'-eat made for the construction of
t:i-ar--a If the ordinance Sm passed
It ;iTil.ably will be amended to exempt
th r cution of contracts made before
-' c:iies a law. Among the theatrical
' sts repretnted were Sam Harris.
E"ia:ic-. Dillingham and Zlegfeld. loew
at.c. l.dward Margolls. builder of thea
t Tlie coarnlttee took the ordinance
uo-h- ad-vtsement.
Vill CAVES IS; TKfLEE KJXT.
Jlrnnrn Called to Release Men
Ilnrlrd br Rock jmt EatrtTa.
- of five me a at -work eighteen
- i -icw the Btreet level at SL Peter
' WeChester evetniei The" Bronx,
" "rcay dlfrgir.g a foundation for ma
1 R T Kut-station power boose, were
l')urd vhen the side Trail 'caved in.
--.tiz them -under Tpck 'and ' earth.
' v u eseajied and nttempted tn reacne
U o;herB, but n -waj touod aeceassiT
' lire apparatus.
:it injoretl men, n-ere taken to Ford
,i HowpiuL They are Patrick Mac
rvR' 1 I i S Alexander avenue. The Bronx ;
AntMc, Caturello, 1753 zeresa avenue,
v"- Brews, and Sfph -frHara. 0 East
fs""r FtrocL Catncello -and 0Harawuf-'--i
h-oken legt. llackes-T "WXI cut
J' ' Lie head.
WlUf,n Seada CeBtleleB(ea.
AfEtiJcros. Slay 7. President TTO-
r t-wiay Bent a inessace a coniolaace
" King of SweAen -on the 4eatii t
.gliitf, the Csvm. gWiltitj
'owcaco wrofrs
DOUBLE MY YEAR
P0tmtoes and Sugar Are Big
Items.
Special jq Tub Ecu axu Kcw Tom Hnuui.
Chicaoo, May 7. Ooo8 Imported by
Chlcato durlnr the last Jour months
nave Increased 100 per cent over the
una period last year, according to the
report of Chief Deputy Collector of
Customt John R. riord. Chler among
the Import named In the report are
Canadian potatoes. A million poundB of
ear from Cuba 1 another big Hem In
the quarterly total. Germany 1b on the
lltt once more with consignments of
toys and musical Instruments. Great
Britain Is represented by woollens, cot
tons and flax.
The duties collected flurlng April
amounted to KSR.BIO.IS. 'as compared
with $4!2,53i,7 during the eame period
last year.
ONE ROBBER KILLED
AS 8 HOLD UP BANKZlST,Mri'T'' th' 'ubJoot ,or "e"
i K)i:iito pnrRiirTrriiAV rurncH.,
Steal (inn L.. A P. J!We"t End Avenue at Nliwty-ftrst Ptret't A
Jicmi 1V,WU, but Are torCCd children's day servlre will bo held at 11
to Abandon Loot.
ExBT Br. Lor IB, 111., Mnr 7 Elcht I
men tc-dav held vt, anfl rnV.hi.l th I
Drovers National Bank here of $19,000.
Offlctirs of the bank fired on the robbers,
killing one and capturing another, and
finally compelling the others to abandon
the money and a stolen automobile they
nau usea. me rpbbcrs returned the
U. ... nobOuy. A p(fake pursued
me roDoers bdoui a mile and wounded
two of them,
The men drove up to the bank and six.
heavily armed, entered. The bank em
ployees and about a jdozen customers
were herded into a ju-lvate room. Two
of the men covered them with revolvers,
while four ransacked the tellers' cages.
The other two kept watch outside. One
of the bandits naid. "We hate to do
this, but the high cort pf living forces
us ta"
DENIM FOR 2,000,000
TO BE SOLD BY ARMY
Chance for Men to Get Into
Overalls Quickly.
WiSHivcrov. May 7. Two million
suits of overalls are to be sold Imaie
diately by the War Department. It was
announced by nepresentatlve fpshuw
of Georgia1, a proponent of the -"wear
overalls" movement. Mr. TJpshaw de
nied that he and Senator Din! of South
Carolina, another wearer of the blue
denim, were "designing politicians at
tempting to boost the price of cotton."
'The slight rise in the price of over
alls Is offset by the fall in the prices of
other clothing." he said.
African Methodists FaTOr Tninn.
St. 1orif., May 7. The proposed
amalgamation of the African Metho
dist Episcopal, African Methodist Epis
copal Zion and Colored Methodist Epic- '
copal denominations was sanctioned by
the General Conference of the African ,
Methodist Episcopal Church here late j
to-day.
A Scholarship of Opportunity
SOME students at every university are "working
their way through college."
Over fifty per cent of the students of New York
University are working their way through. They are
employed during the daytime and study for their '
degrees at night.
These thousands of men
and women cannot give all
their time to securing an
education; they have to
earn a livelihood first.
"When most other young
people are seeking amuse
ment after the day's work,
they are wending their way
toward New York Univer
sity for an evening of hard
classroom study. New
York University is proud
to have such students. New
York City will be proud of
them as citizens.
That is one of many reasons why she is now conduct
ing an endowment campaign to provide more adequate-facilities
and equipment to take care of those
who seek a college education and are willing to work
their way through to get it. To contribute to this
campaign is to establish a scholarship of opportunity.
New York University needs $6,450,000.
w
Tins advekttacmext is No.
Tka stace ! psid for by a
i - - -- '
SUNDAY SERMONS IN
NEW YORK CHDRCHES
Children's Day and Mothers'
Day Services to Be Ob
served To-morrow.
NEW CHCTICII (CVrEDENHORGIAXi,
East Thlrtr-ftfth Htrtirt-Bervlcea appropri
ate to Ascension ek will be iiold at 31
A. M. The Rev. Julian K. Smyth will spralr.
on "The Great Restoration."
nnsT church or" divine science,
Waldorf-Astoria At 11 o'dlnck the Rev. TV.
Jiihn Murray will apeak on "The Btrcngth of!
Unity."
M AXHATTAX CONGREGATIONAL.
CHl'RCH. Broadway at Seventy-Birth Street
The Ilrv Aldcn Clark will occupy the pul-
i pu at jj a. M.
i MH8. MAItT CHAPIN. Ilotol Commodore
"The Power of Personality" will be the aub
I Ject til address at 11 o'elocl:
1 Till. A A T.TVTiaiT 14nlil Inannin
o'clock. In the rvenlnir at S the Jlrv. Mau
rlcr B. White will preach ou "My lles-
aiaigcr."
BnOADWAT rnESDVTERI AN CHURCH.
at 114th Btrt-el Thr IUt. -U-altrr Inincan
lluchanan will itreach tn the morning or.
"Our Mothere." and In the evening his ul
Ject l!l be "Sanity or lneanlxy "
WASHINRTON HCICHTP BAPTIST
CHURCH. Convent Avenue at 14Mh Street
The hninae tablet In honor of thorn- tnnn
here of tlie church who served In th rocottt
war win he unveiled sunnay morning wiw ,
rppropnato cerrnionira.
'J in- nev. ur. am- i
old I'attlaon will deliver the oration.
COLLEGIATE CirtTtCH. Wert End Ave-1
and 4MfM7iimA University and late head of
the rholr will alng McndclMohn'a "Hynm of 'the sound and flash ranging service of
Prulee,-' i the A. K. F., has accepted tlie chalrman-
ST. PAUL'S CHAI'EL. tiolunibla Unlver- ;
ally Die Rev. Abraham M. nibhany. rector
or the Church of the Dierlploa. Boston, WIU
preach at the 4 o'clock aervlre.
ANNA C. NOLLE. Imperial Hotel A spe
cial course of cltan leanone on "Suceom and
Prosperity" are being given Sunday morn
ing at 11 o'clock.
FT. JAMES' METIIOUIST CIITRCH. Maill
on avenue at U'Uth etreet At 11 A. M. rr.
Nuckolls apeakt on Mother' Hay. the sub
ject Ixilnc "Our Iebt to the Mother" of the
U'orld." At 8 I M. he will aixiak on "The
Wttneneeii that Encompaai Ua.
6ECONO rnEBBYTnRlAN CHCRCTI. Cen
tral Pari; West at Nlney-smh streot Dr.
Robert Watiinn will preach at 11 on 'The
VttHpeakatile Gift." and at S o'clock hl ub-
Jed will le All juimi muwii-i.
PORT WASHINGTON 1'RESBTTERIAN
As high as
8
Safety
Certainly these ambi
tious students should be
given every opportunity to
make good in their uphill
fight. They do not want
financial scholarships
they pay their own tuition
yes, and stand in line to
get in. All they ask is the
opportunity to carry on
their work. But New York
University has not the fa
cilities to offer all of them
even this opportunitj' she
had to turn away hundreds
last year.
It's in New Yorlq it's for New York"
New York University
Endowment Fund
512 Fifth Avenue, New York
S of a series prepared by the students of New
Graduate of the University.
CHCHOH. Breadwar at 17th atrmt-Tht
Ilev. 3 Gllraore Aday of Mrootlyn wl'J oc
cupy m puipit.
ME1BOPOIJTAN TABERXACLE. Droad-
ay at IWth atreet The Iter William Allan
win nuealt at 11 A. M. on "Ufa'a Qrnateat
Nefi,'l and In the evenlnr on "U'orldwlfle
Relwllloti What NertT" Ttie home depart-.
xnent of the Hunfley nchnol In a cnntnut niwn
to the Fmiday aclionla of Greater New Tort J
nai own awaroaa tne nignen Honors.
VILLA r. PAGE. Carnegie Hall-Tho lee
turt tnilB for rrtday at 3 will be "The Heal
Value nf Peychlc I'hetiomona" and at H ir
"Tlie Kllence or Jlow to U the Law "
rvnwlck L. Holmes will addreaa tho eve
ning meeting.
WO0IXEY GETS LEGION CSOSS.
Jlcrelrr Decoration Prom French
IllCh Coramlailonrr.
Clarence E, Woolley, former vlee
dialraian at the War Trade Board, re
ceived lust nlcht the cross of the Le
gion of Honor, presented by M. Maurice
Casenave, lYcnch High Commissioner,
at a dinner In his lienor.
Among Clone attending th dinner
were- Herbert Hoover, John D. Ryan,
former Assistant Secretary of tVar:
Beaver White, former member of the 1
War Trade Board ; F. M. Peters, former
counsel of the War Finance Corpora
tion; Bernard M. Baruch, former chair
man of the War Industries Board , E, B,
Stettlnlus, former Assistant Secretary of
War. and F. W. IV. Cutcheon and Eu
gene Meyer, Jr., directors of the War
Finance Corporation.
TE0W3EIDGE GEIS HEW POST.
Princeton Profenaor- Will lie n
National Itmrarc-h Council.
Sttriai in Tun St o Ajip Krw Tone Hcrjiui.
( PrjjJrrrON, N. i. May 7. AugustUr.
Trowbridge, professor of physics in
ship of the division of astronomy, mathe-
matics and phywlcs of the National Re
search Council In Wabhington, and win
leave here July a to hold that office for
a year.
Prof. Trowbridge Is a distinguished
physicist, and has studied at Columbia
and Berlin, tifterward leaching at Mich
igan and Wisconsin. He has been a
professor hen- nine lf06. In the sum
mer of 1S17 he was sent to Franre by
the War Department to take charge of
the sound end flash ranging service of I
the Evpeoitimary Force with the rank
of Major. He was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel,
and was decorated three
times for his work with the army.
Jo worry and never a loss
when you put your money
in Annuity Bonds. Get
full particulars by writing
for Booklet J, "Bibles &
Bonds its free!
American Bible Society,
Bible House, N. Y.
York Univsruty.
BRiaBaiaaHaipi
A
Safe
Milk
F blasts'
& inraliif
No CeokSni I
A Nutritious Diet for All Agca j
Ctack Lunch at Home or Office !
Amid IniUtieai aatl SHfcifiUt'ii
GLOVES
Kid,
Silk,
Fabric,
Doeskin
Far Men end Women
The Worlfl'n Greatrnt Leather Btorea,
04 r:fth Ave., New Torli. ::,3 EroaBway
Boston 345 Tremont Street
London 8 Itegect Street
v
If"
SHIP BY TRUCK
We specialize in handling "our eblp
PI if lirobleme Our ratce v, t-urvliicc
you Wc re,n pla-.-c 5. 't B-ton tji an
at vour dliiorai for lone nr ehoi
heulf at a;y tlm INTERSTAT"
TRmciNG BL-PXAT' JT Tromont
;tee;, Ikmioh llu'-i ia-..f ".so
Shave With
Cuticura Soap
The New Way
Without Mug
SUMMER
EXCURSIONS
PASSENGER STEAMERS
FOR CHARTER
;:00 to 3.200 Capacltv
SUNDAY SCHOOLS
PRIVATE PARTIES
BUSINESS HOUSES
SOCIETIES, ETC
To wcurr f;nrWr date. It Ik advis
able to make mervatlom at once.
SEE OCB LIST
HIGHLANDS NAVIGATION CO.
11 Male street. Nr Tork Vit.
Telcplninr IWIlnr C.rrrn 73aa.
SELIGIOUS ADVZETISEMEITTS.
HAITI ST.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Broadway and Tilth Street
PASTOR I. M. HALDEMAN. D. D.
11 A. M-"A Ulvni.T AND ritAnvr.
SAMOIX IX THE Mrxi.l AVI)
llEsrERATTLV STIUM WaHX DIM'J
ru: IN THE SKA; OIL Is nua-T
MOIX THAN A GHOST? MILL riE COME
IV THE ltdHTH WATtTI Or THE MGHTT
IS THIS THE rOlETU WATCHr
r. m. "the ivrnucnrncn would
MO-TMENT IN SETTING IT THE GOLD
EN ItflX AS THE SOLITIO.V OF ALL
rROHLCMS. .NATIONAL ANI EKTEKXA
TIONAU rUACTlCAlJ,T DENIES THE
ixtcmrNE or kegeneiwiion and
THE SECOND COMING Or OiniST As
THE TKl'E HOl'E Or THX WOKLD."
Friday Night, May U. o'clock. "AnU
ehnt and the beast of Krvrlktion Thir
teenth CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
E. E Cor l2d St and AmnK-rrinm li
Frank M. Godchild. D. D., Pastor.
Celebration of 25th Anniversary of
DR. GOODCHILD'S PASTORATE.
11 A. M T)r. Goodchlld vll! prcarh on
"Twenty-five Years in New York."
P M . Addresses bv
nrv. du. riiAiti.i:; h. si:ns.
BEV. IU. tHAItl.ES- 1 WHITE.
KKV. DR. COHVEUr; WOElJTilN.
1ICT. DR. HIlvnY M. SANDERS.
TTESDAT. R P M. OLD HOME NIGHT
AN HOrn'B CONCEHT BY PROF ROSE.
Brief Addresses by Home Polks and by
Rev. Dr. Walter M. H niter, former iiastnr
Mrs. Harriet Itaralr.1 Rieshrrc will sing.
Thursday. P P M "'Neighborhood Night."
Addrwses by neighboring jiastors
jis..-np m,u.-vui.w. criiim., -g-iil pity I
CAVALRY BATTIsT CHI RCIL j
VkI .Vh st Iirt. rah unA rti. a
i.rr. .mnn iiouro niraion. ii. ii Minister.
Itri. John Man in Ilran, II. II.,
will preach at both services.
J0:r.(k-"Ltfe Interpreted and Iwath Illumi
nated." II Sunday -School and Adult Bible ("asses,
a "The Decoration of a Phrase."
Reception to Bt and Mrs Rober S.
MacArthnr Thursday Evening, May K).
FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
4 to S West 4 6th Street.
Pr. Cornelius Wonlfkln at 11
Sunday School. I'jt0 A M Men's Cls.s.
D:40 Leader. Mr. G N Sage. Women's Class.
:4 Leader. Miss Ella McLaurin.
YounC People's Meeting at fi:30.
MADISON AYEXVE ItAPTIS.T CUl'ItCH.
mapisok ave.vit:, coit. sist st
Ite. George Caleb Moor. II. II.. Puslnr.
11 A. M. "The Mntliers of Men."
P. M. "Arr the (iemai the Asrrimir
I tlie Thirst for Tower Hereditary?
IS A. M. Men's Clnss. Itrv. A. T. ItrooLs.
CltblSTlAN SCIENCE.
Services sxe held In the following
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHCRCHES.
Sutidsji. 11 A. M. and I P. II.
Wednesdays. I P M.
rirst Church Central Park West ?Sth BL
Sw-ond Church-Central Park West 4 CTth Ft.
Third Chnrrii. Ill East 5Sth St Suafltji 11
A M. and 4:30 V M.
Ponrth Church ITSth St. 1 PL Wsihlntton
rifth Churcb-iAeollan Coor. Hall, M W 43d EL
Sirth Church Lira Anthony At., Bronx.
Serrnth Chnrrli-lUui EL. emst of Broadny.
Sunday. 11 A. M and 4:.tO r, -M.
P.lghtb Chur-b-ITO East T7t St
Ninth Chtacb Park Avenue Hotel,. 4th At. at
SSd St.
Tenth Church tITth St., Just eist of IroawT.
Elerenth Churrh-EiC2 Pirlrgs AT.. 11 A. M.
PREE CEADIXC KOOM. 2 W. 42( St
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURES'
iu pe oenvereo as ioiiows:
porr.-ni circncH of chrift. scien
tist. Fort Washlncton av. and lTftth t hy
REV. ANDREW J. GRAHAM, C S. B..
Mar 13th and 14th at S P TU.
CONGREGATIONAL.
BROADWAY TABERNACLE
BROADWAT AND BTH-STREET.
Dr. Ji tlrrsoii will nrearh at 11 and I.
Wednesday, at II P. M. Rlhle Class,
conducted by Dr. Jefferson.
MANHATTAN CHURCH
11 Tier? Allien Clark
Broaflway
"Bth bt.
Cni'RCH or THE MTtANGEES.
509 West 67th eitrret.
'Mothers of Men."
DISCIPLES OF CHRIST CHsUSTIAy.
rvTu at .
hkistian 142 West Blat St.
Hl'KCH
TTVIK K. ml.EMAN. D. D Pastor.
t WILL, PREACH AT 11 A M.
H i:. P. M Chlldirn's program, with Music
DITLVt SCIENCE.
First Church of Divine Science
Grand Ball Boom. Waldorf-Astoria.
Services. Sunday, 11 A. M.
REV. W JOHN MURRAY, Pastor
"The Strenclh of TnUy "
Bibl" riaaa at 9.11 A. M. promptly.
I miGIOUB ABVESHSEMEBTS.
ICTnmgXQMTKATinvai
GOSPEL TABERNACLE CHURCH
OB: EIGHTH A-VTC. AT 4TH STREET
FOUNDER REV. A. B. SIMPSON,
HIV. ELMER II. riTCIL ASSISTANT TASTOIt.
DR. C A. BLANCHARD,
rr.ES, WDEATON COL1.EOE. -WIIEATOK, HA...
WILL 61'EAli
Sunday Morning and Evening at 10:5 and 7:50.
DR. R. H. GLOVER,
FOREIGN SECRETARY Or C. AND M. A
will give a Stereoptlcon Lecture
Tuesday Evening at 7:5.
REV. PALL RADER,
1'abtor or Moony c nnirn, ciiicaoo.
IU preach In the Tabernacle on Wednendiy, Tburdy and friduy Eenlng
. . i ..... fMirvlmi at 7 AH.
AUo In the Marble Collegiate Cburrh eery noon from 1? to 1 hrlnnlne Tuesday, May
... . -JHh. untU rrlday, May 14th.
(All Radar Mwtlim under the ampins of the New York Illhle Society.
OTHER SCTVirES.
SPIRITISM
DISSECTED!
CARNEGIE HALL
r.Tth Strrt and Seventh Ave.
ltcsratvAi IONR XOW,
SPEAKERS FOR AND AGAINST
JASTOII E. E. ritAXKE, the wrfl-ktiown editor, author and Ircturcr.
who aarn Spiritism K 'devUlRm," atul promlnea to prove It.
TOPFPH
T TUVJC. ft"
I "far affiliated .with
American and Encluh
cal S'iclctif. who aruir 311 yeuv of
lnQUTf. av Hplrltlsni If "plfft "
and that all medium rr eltbsr
"fakwii," or "nelf-deluded.-'
Mr lllrai offer SMKIO Tor.
ntOOF nf Spirit Communication
under wlcntlflr conrtltlma. lie v 111
have tin- cbrck with bbn at Car
nccte Ukll. Mar Pth.
JOHX HILL, J'aKtor tif tbt
Hptrituallrt CUurcb or Ad
vanced Thousht. Srw York,
a 1 00 per rem. Spiritualist and wnll
kniiwn mrdiutti ho will defnnil
jifrlUsm. Mr Hill aajn the dead
do vend manages, materlallie. etc
DO THE DEAD COMMUNICATE?
WHO Mil WHAT rOWEC DIKDCTJi THE OtlJ A COARIl
KESEEVATIOKS NOW AT CAli.VEGlE HALL BOX OFFICE
? m w,zm
INTCKDENOMIXATIONAL.
METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE
ITway and l4th St. F.ev WILLIAM ALLAN
11. "Llfe'f Gn-atofct ett . b, -orio-n
'hat Neil"" Frayrr Mreung won-
Thursday, 8, Mlu-Wetl: Bible
"Sodom and Ita Iluniinga '
JEWISH.
temi'Iji: n(tiurn iki,im,
Iiington A. and Cld St.
Ir. KIlMllXn GRO"AN.
Sa'urdaj-. 1(1 A M. Galaworthy'a "Strife"
A Succentrd Solution of the Labor Problem "
ALL WELnOME
LCTHERAN.
ENT
Ur A. Stetmle, D.D I'astor
Broadway at tZi Eu
Ser-ic''S, 11 X M. and I P M.
C HI Rt H Or THE HOLY TRINITY,
Oath Mrec: and TentraJ Tark West.
I.e- Charlen J Smith. D D.. I'aatur.
fieniregat HAM and i P. M.
METH OBIST EPISCOPAL.
CALVARY M. L CHURCH
llllth Street and Tth Atemie.
Rev. WIMJs 1". OHEI.I- P. B.
Ministers Kr,, HARRY INGHAM, R. V.
11 A M "A Glorious Church.'
(i p M- A Big Job for Everybody "
Friday, r J' M rROr. JOHN Pt'XBrRY.
ST. PAUL'S ETH0DIST CHURCH
KfKb Street and West End At.
DR. RAYMOND I- TORMAN, Minister.
11 A. M. "Tlnies Like These '
FPU -"Grinding at the Mill "
10 A Men s Torum "Lost Two F-ons.'
Madison Avenue Church, 60th St
Ir. ItAl J'H W. SOCKM.AN, Paktor.
11-WILlT.nn T 'JltENKEl.t. M V .
Among tlie Deep Pea Pishcra."
Knr Sorl-.n.itn. Drlvinc Porces of Life."
C .3 Y-puag People's Hour Music and Pictures
GRACE;" WE5T 104TH STREET
ntEDEKICK KISOWN HAKEIS. Minister.
11. "TUr Higluat J'eaK." 7 i. ine jriai
of 3rur " Hon. Walter M. Chandler and a
Motion Picture.
T. ANIHUr" METHOIH-T t ill KI M,
Jfilh wfl ano iwionioui iraor.
ALLAN MAC HOSSIE will preach ut 11.
S Motherr uay seme.
"Mothers of To-day and To-morrow "
JOHN STREET
Mother Church of American Mthodlnm
Ancient Shrine attracts vorld-wide vletlnr-
NKW CUrRCH (SWIJIENBCHWIVM.
NEW CHURCH
3th St let. rark and Lexington Art.
Rev. JIUAN K SMYTH. Pastor.
Sunday School. 10 13 A. M Sen-Ice. 31
Celebration of Ascension.
The Pastor vlli preach. Subject
"Standing hy the Son of Man."
BROOKLYN.
Brooklyn Societ? of the New Church,
Monroe Place, corner Clark St.
Take lnterliorough Subway to Clark r Sun
day school ID A. IS. Sen'lce at 11. Rev
William F Wunsch win preach. Subject,
"The Depth of Human Nature."
NEW THOUGHT.
MISS TLLA FAULKNER PAGE
TTtniAYS
lay l4"3 r M - Cliapter Ha'd.
.-Vhenoiscni." lAdm.). b lu T M-,
"Tryclilc
Chamber
Hall.
WL FENWICK L. HOLMES
"Law ot Mind" fFree)
CARNEGIE HALL
Seventh Ave. '
iind S7th Street
UNITY SOQETY OF c hkStt
Hotel Astor, Sunday. 11 A. M.
May Cornell fttolner. Leader of JJerr Thmicht
Temiile, Cincinnati, Ohic Classes, Tuesday,
2:30 P M. and Wednesday. 8 PM.
MRS. MARY CHAPIN
Commodore TtaJImom. 11 o'clock.
"The Tower of Personality Living from tlie
Heart of Thlnps." ATI Welcome Le-ssnni
Kvrrv Vondav afternoon and evenlnc. Car-
nrpic JIan at 3 and o'clock tACm.) "Poise.
Personality. Prosperity." I
"Success" Lecture. No Admission
IMPERIAL HOTEL. SUJCDAY. 11 A. M. '
ANNA C NOLLE
OTHER SERVICES.
DIVINE HEALING
F. L. RAWSON
M. I. E. EM A.M.LC E.,
of London, England,
WIU Lecture
SUNDAY. MAY 9th,
Ball Room (24th floor),
Hotel McAlpin,
at 3 P. M. and B P. M.
Noon Healing Meetings In
Colonial r.oom, Hotel McAlpln. each day from
IDth tt 14th May, lnrlustve
A. A. LINDSAY, M. D Psychologist
. "Emotion Effects
Hotel Ansonla Banauet
Hall, Sunday, -55
SEATS FREE.
Come early for seats.
Overflow meetlnes con
tinue. Dr Lindsay, au
thor "Psycholocj- Pearls"
and ten otlier books.
PAULRADERs
Marble Church,
r.l a. .KIlLc I
Jin AVC IX JU I
Notm Hmir: Toes, ta FrU May U to 1. also Tl" Washlnston Heights Cliapter. D. A
rnCDCT TiCrPVAnr hAT. and !- Gate. Chaplain, preacher rfaolr of
LiUorLL. 1 AtSLKlVAUUt. Mtl,:ltmti fifty, assisted by Frank Kalten'wrn. icl;n
EVENINGS, May II t 14. I lr Mildred IHIIlnt. harpist. Haus Kmnold.
New Tork Blbli Society. 075 Madison ir. X.T. 'cellist. P. T. Ilarrat. onanist and c'.iolr-
I Theodore CNorthnipj
Hotel McAlpln (Green r.oom.ll 35. ,
I T,ll f ls FnIlt nf Ti-rlrnn "
"Fall of the Walls of Jericho."
. Everybody invited. Good music
GHIHATOINoc
ResctM Society.
Chinese Theatre,
Doysrs Street.
Wida A wake Gospel Serrlca Klehtty. 1 D P-iL
,-jum.iii JiOULK. ftgarlltttlaalf.
I EEUGIOUS ADVERHSEMENTS.
IVrrWIEXMHUKATHlXAI.
OTHER SERVICES.
'. '.W.'.Wi
&LMAV LVtL
MAY 9TH
:4S o'Onrk.
nisfy
HEHEVAKl) CARU1KOTOK,
I'h., I)., the IinmuiRt cion
tlflc lncrtlcator of Jisj-chical
rhenomcna. author of ovtu 20
Vool;. ana who ha lcrtuicd In the
nrlnciiial dtlr of America and En
rojir who coulctidn fur the reality of
thenhenomcnt of Spiritism. Hf
tuemlr of the Ammcan nd 1m
the Eneliiih Ifychtciil Sociotlr. and
In matter tipycnlr ircearded as the
leading authority of today.
the
ittrchl'
REV f. MrKEV7.IE OFTHH
FPIIllTUAUST CnCHCH
Maple heat. Newark. N J-.
t in alt.o bjii-uk In defense of Hplrlt
lsm. She Ik a popular niedlum of
v ldr cijicrlcnct.
m.
I'HESKVTEIUAN.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Old nnt, Cnlreralty ITae aad Madlasa
Souarr 1 oundatloiu
jtt,, c.eorgv AlriMnder, n. I.
Sllnlsten Re JIarry Emerson ro.dlck.D.D.
Ret. Thomas Gut hrie Su-. rm.
I Sen ices In Unit entity riace Chusch. Cor.
10th fit., one block east nf Fifth Av.
11 A. M. Dr. Fosdlck will preach.
I P. M. Mr. Sprera.
Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church
rifth Atmue and n3-nfth Wreet.
Vmlsicrs- JH. JOHN KELMAN. D. D
Jumatera . J Rn, JXMES PALMER, Ph. D.
Dr. Kelman vll! preach at 11 and 4. 3D.
Bible School nt P .SO Men'e Class ut 10 A M.
At f, 15 P M. Wednesday, in the Chanal,
Midweek Service conducted by Pr Kelman.
At 4. Orcan Becltal bj Lvnnnnod Farnam.
rFNTRAl TREfiBYTEKlAN CHCKCH.
1 vnu Madison An. and S7th SL
Rer. Waton Merle-Smith. D. D.. Paatar.
11 A. M- Rev. WILTON MER1JJ-SMITII.
i :M T. M. Rn. l.YMAN ABBOTT. V. 11.
Sunday School. V -47 A M.
Tounc rt-ople r Meeting. B I' M
Wednesday r P M Iwvo'ional Meeting
BRICK CHURCH
Tlfth Aimne and Thlrty-Sevrnlh Street.
Minktrn.- 1 Wlllium rirmon Merrill.
1 Theodore Ainworth Greene.
Pr. CHESTER E. EMERSON of Detroit
vill pnach at 11 and 4.
Bible School at P 40.
NOOXPAY SERVICE rtslle Et 11.30
FOURTH rRESBYTERIAN CHrKCH.
EDGAR WHTTAKER WORK, D. P . Partor.
I Rm Mrurlcc S. White, preaches:
1! A. M. Children's Iay Sen-ice
I' M "My Messenger "
IHESnYTETtllAN CHERCH.
SIS Wrst 155th St.
Rrv. John R, Mackay. D. D-
LL.D Pastor.
11 A. M.. "The East Window."
F P M., A Meatage frnm China
BROADWAY
PRESBYTERIAN CHl'RCH.
Hroadaay and 114th Street
Rev WALTER DTNCAK BUCHANAN. D.D.,
Minister, v-lll preach at 11 A M and a 1'. M.
FORT GEORGE
Lyman It. Ilartlrj. M. A.. Minister, premcheK.
11 A. M. Motherr Iay Sermon.
FP M "Living Like lnimortala."
HARLEM Rev. Frederick W. Evatu. D
I'astor. 11 A. M.. "Placing
NEW YORK crown on Mother." 8
P M-. "Giving Christ the
Preeminence "
WEsT-rAKK I'RSSBITERIAN CHITBCH.
1 AjnKterdam Avrnne and sCth Btreet.
Rer. ANTHON) H. rY'.ANS, I. B I'astor.
Dr. EVANS a ltl preach at 11 A. M ItP.S.
Madison Avrnne Prwhj-tenan Church,
.Northeast Comer ,3d Ot.
Tier. Her.ry Slnane Coffin. D. I),
preaches at 11 A. M. and 8 p. M.
St Nicholas Ave. . SSg
Minister. Ber. Elliott W. Brawn. D. H.
Servtres 11 A M and I P. M
RUTGERS rKBBYTEltlA CHURCH.
iwi vu-iw Bmndway end 73d St
The Pastor, Rev .DANIEL KCSsEU. P, D-,
will preach at 11 A, M and S r, M.
rROTESTANT ETISCOrAL.
St Andrew's Church
Fifth Avenue and 157th fL
Holy Communion, b A. M.
11 A. M., Sermon by
THE REV. CHARLES K. GILBERT
Scarsdale, ICew Tork.
Erensoni: and Orpsn Eecltal. 4PM
ST. JAMES' CHURCH,
Madison av and Tlst st
Ecv. Frank Warfield Cmwder. Hector.
S A. M., 11 A M. P.ECTOII; 4 P. M.. Eev.
GEORGE V D1CKET.
ASCENSION DAY (Thursday)
R A. M.. 11 A. M.. TtECTOR.
ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH
Stuyierant Sauarr.
If.th Street. East of Third Avenue.
KARL IlEILAND. D. D-. UL. D.. Rector.
All Bltttnss free and the public welcome.
S A, M Communion Pen-loe.
11 A. M., Morntiu; Sen'lce and Sermon.
E r. HI.. Evening Prayer and Sermon.
Church Mission of Healing
fEndnrsed by tlie lilshop of New Tork).
Provide? Christian Pycboanalysis for the
relief of Nervous, Mental and Spiritual Suf
ferers. ArPLT TO REV DR. CALVERT.
191 Claremont av TeL Mornintside 4ri93.
Patients seen only h.v Appointment.
( HI ItCTI IIP ST. MART THE TIKCIX.
I IS" West 40th Bt Rev. J G. H. Barry, D. D.,
j Rector. Masses lor Communion. 7.30. P IS,
P: Hlch Mass and Sermon (Rector). 10:45.
, Vespers and Sermon (Dr. Dclany), 4.
j ASCENSION DAT, Thursday, May 13. Hlch
Mass and Sermon (Rector). 10.45, Vespers
' and Sermon (Dr Dclany . S.
I A S C E N S 10 N
5TH AVENVE
and loth c,t
i Ilev. Dr. Perry Stkknry Grant. Rector.
11 "What Do We Ask of the Church" Rector
I 4 "The Holy City." Gaul
' a-Mr. rrank I Cobb
I "Community Journalism,
Church of the Heavenly Rest
rutb Are. above 4Stb BU
fty HERBERT SHIPMAN. Rector.
Will preach at 11 A. M. Servlea.
J P. M Rev Edward E Matthews.
: . St Thomas's Church
1 rrr-TH ate. and hd rt
, Rev ERNEST M STIRES. D. D, Rector.
I I A. M. Holr Communion.
13 Mornlnr Service and Sermon (Rector).
4P M Evensonp and Address (Rector).
ASCENSION DAT. Thnrscla.v. HAM.
i CHAPEL OP THE INTEKt EMON (Trtnltr
I TrihK Rrnsdwsv antf lfij-h Tim: M.
H. Gates. D. D., Vicar. R and P 4 A.
M
Holy Cera
Ljommunion. bunaay hcbiat
11
Service and Sermon, f. P. M. Annual Ser-
i ciuxrr.
Church of Zion and St Timothy
"ZJFTlt V.. Rector.
S. 11 Otector). 8 (Rev C O. Hlckn Nl
S, 11 Otector). 8 (Rev C O. Hlckn Next
Thursday. Ascension Day. II A II .Mora
ine Prayer and Holy Commgnlon Rector'
ST. IGNATIUS SfMr-
tit. WIIJJAM PITT McCCNE IlecUir.
Masses. 7. ft. t:30 1L
TrafesatJSortlcttavl.
t EEHGI0UB ADVEETISEMENT8.
Tiinit Church
Her. 'WILLIAM T. MAJWING, D. tt. r.ecter
, K, l Holy Communion.
in.sn Momlnr I'rayer-
11 Holy Ccimmunlon and Bfrmnn.
lYnacher. Itev. Win, H. Frera.
Community of the Itcxurrectlon, Ulrfltld.
England,
S :3&-Clolnc aervlce of the Healing Mlarlon
Addreaa by Mr. John Moore Illckaon,
AECEKS10V DAT 'May ISthi.
7:30, Holy Communion,
i, Morning I'rayer.
11, Holy Communion and Bermon.
rreachcr: Illrlit Ilev. I'hlllp M. Rhlnelander,
Blahor of rennvylvanla.
feats mnn.
ht. MAnir-K rN-Tnit-nnrwrxiE,
Tenth Mrert, Kaat of Alitor nnor,
William Norman Gutlirle, Jlocor
S A, M. Holy Communion,
11 A. M. Km-lc and Mmion ly th Iledor.
Subject. "Cltrlat and Olhor Net
alalia, Vlcam and PucornMora."
4 V M. Devotional Office and Sirmpnaltim.
"Can We Have a Truly American An"
- Addrui by the Hector.
fijHiaker.
r.EonGK ennv mitsAitn. Scuipior?
1XH1S IIOI'IIGCOIS, Archltct,
BP M. Symlinllc Snrtlce and .:.-mmtinltr
fllnpliig, Ml Gertrude SliKtiium nf
Bocinty of American Blngera olol'.
Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Amsterdam Avrnne and 111th Street.
K and 10 A. M. Holy Communion
It A. M Holy Communion (Japanese).
11 A. M. Preacher, Bishop Bur'. Assistant
to Bishop of London.
4 P. M Service for Social Ben-Ice Com
mission (Address by Dr John 11. Finlcy).
Dally Services. 7,311 A M f. P M ichora
isrent Monday and Saturday.
Opening Strvlce o' Plocexan .Uinvcntlon.
Monday at 11 A M
Ascension Day. Mnj in. 7 :3d A. M-, 11 A. 11.
choral). 5 P M. irhoral)
CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION
Msdlson Atcnue and 8tth Street.
Tlie Rev. Horace Terry Silver, Bootar.
f A M. Holy Communion.
'30A M, Sunday School.
11 A. M Morning Pra.vet Sermon (Roctnrt.
4 7'. M. Choral Evensong with Address.
ASCENSION DAY SERVICES:
5 A. M. Holy Communion.
IDA. M. Holt- Communion.
Address bv the Bernr
LL SOULS' CHURCH
Anthon
Memorial.
St. Nicholas Av 114tb and lltth 6t.
The RE I'. CLIFTON MACOX. Rector
SUNDAT SEP.CES.
t A M. Holy Communion. If 45 A. M.
Chureh School 11 A. M. Morning Servlea
atid Sermon Subject r -"Boclal Perils and Ro
cla' Respntilhllltles," the Rector F P. JiL
Evening Service and Sermon. Dr. O'Msara.
Church of the Transfiguration
I East nith St. Dr. nOCGHTON, Rector.
COMMTNIONB, 7 R and o'clock.
10:30-BERMON and MOIR'B MAES.
4 O'Clock Choral lStTOKong, Confirmation
By Rt. Rrt. DR. C. h. BrBCn.
MendelsHiihn'c "Now We Are Ambassador.
5 P. M CHORAL COMPLINE and SERMON
St Bartholomew's Church
Park Avenue and Slat St.
Rpv. LE1GHTON rARKS, D. D.. Hector.
S -.30 A. M- Holy Communion.
II A, M. Morning Prayer and Sermon.
Dr LEIGHTON TARKS will preach.
4 :3D P M. Cven-Song and Address.
Preacher. Rev FATL G. FAVCTTL
CALVARY CHURCH
th Ave.,
Slat L
Bev. THEODORE SEDGWICK, D. D.,
Rector. Sen-Ices, B. 10;ir. and 11 (Ttector),
F P. M., "The American Church" (Rector).
Ascension Day, Thursday. 12th. Services
7:lf. and 10:30 (Rector). 4 P. M., Flower
Sen'lce.
GRACE riirRCH,
Broadway and 10th Street.
Rt Charles Lewis Blattery, D. D., Rector.
Holy Communion . . RAM.
Sen-ice 4 Sermon (The Roctorl 11 A. M.
Later Evensong '(Bishop Bury) .. . Sr.H.
Pally Noonday Sen'lce at 11:30.
EGLISE DT SAINT-ESPRrT,
43 East I7th St Scnlces Demaln. 1D:I.
Rev. A. V, Witmeyer. Rector.
BROOKLYN.
SAINT PAUL'S CHfRCIL
Climnn and Carroll Sts.. Brooklrn
ASCENSION DAT. THTTRSDAT, MAY 13TH.
SOLEMN EVENSONG AT R P M.
The Venerable Archdeacon TJUffleld.
Preaclier Special Musical Scnlce-
EETORMEn CHCRCH IN AMERICA.
MIDD1X COIXEGIATE CHl'RCH.
2d Atenue and 7th Stmt.
Rev. Edgar Franklin Romlg, Minister, -win
lirearh at 11 A M and F r, M
MARBLE COLIJEGIATE CHCRCH.
3th Airnne and Sltfa Street.
Rev. David James Burn-Il, D D Minister,
will preach.
. J1A M "Success In On Eyllable."
. ,R"P 2J- "He Ought to Die."
COLLEGIATE ClintCn OF ST. MCTIOLA?
Sth Avrnne and 4Kth Street.
Malcolm James MacLeod, Minister.
Pr, MacLeod will preach at both services.
11 A. M, 'The rarchology of Loneliness."
F r. M 'Do We Really Reap What We Sot"
WIT EM -OLlJ3GIATE CHCKCH.
Went End Arnue and 77th Street.
Rev. Henry Evrnson Cobh, P. D. . Minister,
will tireaeh at 11 A. M. and 4.30 I M.
4;30P, M. fijieclal Music Mendelasobn
-Hymnn of Praise "
7:30r M Young People's Society
JXIKT WAHINC.TN COLLEGIATE
t, iiip.cn,
Tort Washlnetim Av. and lRlst tt.
Ilev IrviiiK H. Here. I D.. Minister
11 A. M. Rev. C. Willard Crosa.
Subject: "The Responsibility and PrK-llefa)
of Unconscious Influence. '
fi P M. Dr. Here.
All Seats rm. .
KEJflKME CHfKCn OP nARIXSl.
lnu Atenue and 123d Street.
Rev. EDGAR TILTON. Jr.. It D.. Minister.
11 A. M- I'r. Tilton will preach.
S T. M. Rev A. H. MeKlnney, D. TJ.
"Loyal Foreigners."
Grace Reformed Churrh. Jth A v. and Jth
St. Rev J R. DITRTEE. D D.. Minis
ter, w'll nrearti. Services 11 o'clock.
srnaTCALisM.
CHURCH OF SPIRITUAL SQENCE
Rev. Lillian, ordained rplrltuallst. If
you are in doubt, worried, perplexed, dis
appointed or unhappy, don't walL but coma
In to-day and you win lie courteously re
ceived In the open llcht and be impressed
trlth the sincerity of iier purpose. Ap
pointments dally, 11 A, M. to 1 T M. 56J
West 44 th st.
FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH
1K East Sth M.. Nrnr M A.
flM)ATf4 AT T. M.
Mrs. M. E. Williams. Inspirational Speaker.
Good -Mediums. All Welcome
Learn That Spirits Communicate
THEOSOniT.
At 2228 Broadway
X T Lodir. Tlieosophlcal Society.
International I'resident Mr. Annie Desant.
8unda. Mav 1), jn P. M.. Lecture by
HARENDRANATH MAITRA.
"ComparBtlte Rellclon-4ts Place ia
Theonh."
Public Cordiall Intited.
TirrXr-OIHICAl. SOCIETl (lndepenoent).
1 .r-Bth SL-Puhllc lecture Sunday
rvrntnr.. h 13,
inrtrai'i'wj
B. Garten
UNITARIAN.
"THE COMMUNITY CHURCH
11 A. M Nrw Amsterdam Theatre,
' JOHN HA"NE- HOI.ME1.
"MV CREED."
S15 T M. Ethical Cul'ure Meetlnc Ileum.
riXUlENCE Xlf.HTTNr.AUB
CEXTENART SERVICE.
,fldrejisee Mr Holmes. Mr Randall.
Miss Annie W Goodrich.
10 A. M New Amsterdam Theatre.
n.lRVEY DEE ItROWN.
Psychoanalytic Stales "Was Jesus a Great
Man'
WEST SIDE UNITARIAN CHURCH
To-morrow at 1L Earl Ha. . Bway i 117th.
CHARLES FRANCIS POTTER. MimVe
Suhject "The Xew Itenponslblllty.
Oil IJfiAlJST.
Central Park WtST &76"!Sz
1 JOSEPH FORT NEViTOKD.Dl
j MINISTER.
Will Preach Sun.Morninc.U o'Clock
"THE A"K-EXS1N."
Qnartrlte. Viltrv Welcome.
VEDAXTA.
VEDANTA SOCIETl. 117 W 7ID. S-aml
Bodhauanda. "Initiation and Illumination,"
3 T L .
T. M. C A.
Dr. S. Parkes Cadman
"The Re-creation of the Weald.
Sp-Hal Music Men On!"
WEST SIDE T. M C A,
Its Wks r.7th St
CIWIAM) U MIE1JMIN.
"Am 1 My TJruthrr s Keener
Pros 2.21. C A., 7u. 1C1 .Sunday, :
t .Sa. jSV "''li.fii. 'Cj.i'T. -' aAii

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