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THE SUN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1918.
44 PATRIOTIC FERVOR MARKS SERMOHS Services in Churches Have Military Flavor That Brings War Home. K, OF C. IK CATHEDRAL Monsignor Lavello Warns Critics to Help War Any Nnrf.es In St Paul's. . Mayor John V. Hylan and Other Sew Yorkers Among the Guests. tVhlu.lon's BIrthdty was celebrated in the church yesterday with a pa triotic fervor that 'ha not marked the iiv In lears. In pulpits or every ae nomination pastor prayed for the safe nturn of tlioie who had tone to otter ih.ir lives In the causa of liberty and democracy and unted that the principles UU down by den. Washington snouia mt niss away. THey told the people to get back of tti Government, to do their bit In car ing for the wives and mothers or tne men who have gone to Prance, to sacri fice everything they could sacrifice that iliey mtfht compete In some small meas ure with those who are offering them ,(ts s the great 'sacrifice for (their country. Only by such means can peace be twined, the pastors said, only by such M1 can the Ideals that our fathers Uld 4own be preserved for future gen erations. At mass for the KnlghU of Colum bus, held In St. Patrick's Cathedral, Mgr. I.aelle told the carping critics of the Government to cease their chatter and ttt behind the President to help win the ar. Small criticism In large volume nerely weakens the Government , and cies aid snd comfort to our enemies, it ald. Tim church was filled with members s nrder and their friends, and Mir. Uvelle complimented them on their loyalty to their dead ana to tneir coun try and on the work they ar doing In the cantonments in this country and In tarnr In France. Sometimes In a land like this where f-.f,lom la our -areateet blessing," he uM. "liberty Is carried to, license and nmc people t the habit of criticising the Government crltlolam of the carp lr Kind, whereby everything l examined by a microscope, and wBh everything that is done by the Government fault is found These critics are never finding ntlilng good In what the Government l dnlnir. but always something wrong. t pray that the day will soon come mVn the glorious flag of our republic iv 111 be planted on the mountain of true Mctory, victory that will mean a peace that cannot again be broken. rmj- Xnrles In St. Pant's. midday patriotic service, heldA old St Paul's Chapel, at Broadway and Pul ton street, waa attended by more than 1"0 army nurses. They are members o; 'he French classes which Wave been rnniucted by St. Paul s under the dlrec ttr.i, of Jacaues Bilrs of Paris. The Rev I'r V Montague Geer made a pltn for anequaie nonorii nnu ruin lur uicae mirees. similar to that wmcn is granted r.ures by Canada. "f want to take this occasion to sup port the claim which their friends are mUnr that the Government will grant trem the military rank which we feel thev deserve and which obtains tor Can idian nurses," he said. "They may be ordered to the front at any time and there brave women are willing to make a'u the necessary sacrifices Incident to th buttle line." ,ird Aberdeen. Count Lafayette and Ca;t Robertson Durham of the Staff of Gen White of the British Recruiting Jl!"!on, were present, sitting In the residents pew, which was first occu p d by President Washington. In the Soiernor' pew was Col. T. Hugh Boor rv.ui of the National Guard. The flag, with a color guard, was at ere ide of the reading desk, and be tide rha -nulnlt was tha TTnton Jask with 'rgeants from the British and Cana dian recruiting missions as color guard At the head of the middle aisle were the lo'.ors of the nurses. y Prayrre for Wilson a a si George V. The service Included prayers fqr the Ptesldent of the United States, for King '5orte and the British royal family, for peace, tor tne country ana our allies, tie army and navy, the sick and tounded. and those wlio minister to t.j;ni and for the dead, victims of the 'Th Star Qnin.Ul Ham,r" " i ..,.. l '' the "Marseillaise" and "Rule Bri tannia" v ere sung and the service ended Mm the "Battle Hymn of the Republic." Ur tireer made his sermon historical, snd told of the scenes about St. Paul's luritic the Revolution and the presence tfc're of Lafayette. He referred also to nasnmirton. "Should we make an unworthy peace nun now couia wo in tne nereafte vei Washington. Lincoln and the sonen and children who went down on ire Uiatania? But, thank God, the pos nbil"y of an unworthy peace Is past." Two services were held In Trinity r Tih, mo at S':30 o'clock ami the t'ier At n o'clock. The first was :i corporate holy communion service for "V Brotherhood of St. Andrew, and r.'n (t tlieie from tho dioceses of Mw York. New Jersey, Newark and Ming Island. American flags decorated tf front of the old church, and were n-n: .n the Interior. The. R,g)jt Rev. Oiarles H. Burch. "-.hop SuffraRan of the Diocese of New 'rn, nnducted the first service, as 'ted by the Rev Dr. Joseph Patton Cotr.as senior assistant of Trinity prhh Dr M"annlng was to speak at eeunnr service, hut waa ordered to Wrade with hi regiment, the 3V:S, of ,h,li re Is chaplain. Service lit. Untarletl, A ..ruce nag bearing 100 stars' was "furled at the Hebrew Orphan Asylum r helng presented by Louis Freund, President of the alumni, and accepted r Louis Stern, president of the Instltu- v?1,war'1 'uterbach. a member of the a"l of trustees, praised the loyalty ounsr men who had volunteered, liml"r of whom were present. The "'t tution band played patriotic airs. ,, '"Mruggie between Germany and Allies ii the death battle between ji 't' arul democracy, aa Monsignor "in i Chldwlck, chaplain of the Maine ut?. ihe WM destroyed, told of It to 1',,dfrI employee at the military 5" celebrated in 8t Peter's Church, flay and Church streets, yesterday. ir.V0f ih oU,w mul triumph, and he "Mlcted that the forces of the United 'ilea wmiM - ! - ...ppm wnich fs to determine tnt of cmiuation. 0,, '"ok ftr tha employees of tha i,. in nmcea or tnia niiv. noa CUitoma anil .h v H .v. u .h Bro!?' ""bllhinentvhad paraded up ' fh t0 the church iiiaM .'I10?" 'loned at Governor's ?KBi tu lty-nlhth Regiment. . It . h ihi ."!." mltary itisas celebrated 1 fcenL v" mP"'M of tha Govern- h si:. return of tha men who hava n- - " r ranee to fight for democracy. CAMP CASTORS MAY IXiVh f.DACC nUADTTV NOT CO TO FRANCE " VUVMU vumui i n i t t tit n 1 1 if nn i nn Mmkt Mv- Pmdinrn BMDIUU ifl rALffl DMUll ( rr0vmat Enough Chaplain: Unless Secretary of War Raker changes his mind- or the House of Rep resentative refuse to pass tha bill whloh hag already gone through the aenate, providing for an Increase In the number of army chanlalna. It In ex tremely doubtful If any or tha 400 odd "camp pastors" now on duty at army cantonment throughout the country see service with the American troop In Franc. This situation was explelnedUo mem ber of the General War Tim KTommls- ion or in unurcnes, appointed By tne reaerai council or the Churches of Christ In America, which hsld an all day meeting In the Y. W. c. bulldtnar. too Lexington avenue, yesterday, by Dr. William Adam Brown, crelary of the commission, who recently discussed the situation witn secretary Baker. The Secretary, he said, waa opposed to any extension of the present acUvltlss of the camp pastor,- wao represent more than twenty denominational commission. Secretary Baker take tne ground, It was explained, that the paatora were useful at a time when the enormous In crease In the army had fairly swamped the armyflhaplalns with work, because no corresponding Increase In chaplains had been made. The pending bill will provide on chaplain for every 1,200 officer and men, however, and Mr. Baker reel tnat. they will prove equal to all demands. 10 FARMS COUNCIL MEMBERS TO QUIT Will tfivc WhitmaClianco to Name Men Wanted by : Agriculturists. Albant, Feb. 22. With the voluntary offer of the resignation of the ten mem bers of the Stato Farms and Market Council, the friend of Gov. Whitman believe he will be able to appease the farmers. Organisation of farmers all over the State have been attacking the Governor because of his appointments to the council, and It is honed now that the field has been cleared' for the naming of men who will meet with their approval. Charles H. Belts I to go aa secretary of the council, but he can remain as sec retary of the State Food Control Com mission if he wishes to. In which posi tion he has been receiving $6,000 a year The offer of the member to resign was made at a meeting of the council here to-day In order not to hamper the Gov ernor In his desire to give the farmers what they consider to be their rightful representation In that body. Frank M. Jones of Webster. Monroe county already Jias resigned, J and whether all or only three or four of the other member will resign will be de cided after a meeting of representative farmers here next Wednesday. The resignation and selection of the ha. Man ...111 l . k lici inn, mil nit , u iu ira illimi; .cuiru within the next two weeks. The Senate Spicial Dnpatch to Tut Sis, Pai.m BiAcn, Fla., Feb. SI. Mayor John F. Hylan, Mrs. Hylati, their daugn ter, Miss Virginia Hylan, and several hundred other New Yorkers to-nlfht at tended a charity ball for tha Bed Cross, probably the largest ball that will be held In the country this winter. It waa lo the twenty-third observation of Washington's Birthday with such a fete by the Royal Polnclana Hotel, where It occurred, and the first one to which there had been an admission charge. The climax eimi at the end of the supper dance, The 'ballroom, 400 feet square, waa a mase of soft light, palms and flowers. The band was play ing "Over There" and "confetti and serpentines had Just been showered on the whirling crowd when the music stopped short, a bugler sounded "The Colors," the lights went down and spot lights were focused on the east side, where a large American flag was made to stream out In an artificial breese. Then the band struck up "The Star Spangled Banner.' The silken emblem was a reproduction of thsvUnlted States flag with Its thirteen stJ which, flown over Fort Henry, 'according to the story, Inspired Francis Scott Key to write the hymn during the War or 1S1Z. The miliary Idea was otherwise car rted out alonjr with the floral decora Hons. There waa a sheath oft bayonets at tho entrance, representing France. litJgium, Great Britain, Portugal, Japan, Serbia," Italy, Russia and 'the United States, the nations that have been ac tively engaged In warfare on the side of the Allies,, and at the further end, against a background of flags and greens, a big cross biased out a brilliant red. There were the usual dinner parties, Ailing the various clubs, grills and res taurants, which, compared with other seasons, have been proportionately in disuse except on occasions when the pro ceeds wero for charity, but every week has had ItH Red Cross benefit, Some of them several. Among those attending to-night's func tlon were Mr. and Mrs, E. R. Thomiut, Col. snd Mrs. Isaac Emerson, Mrs. At fred O. Vanderbllt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Morse. Mrs. Hermann Oelrlchs. Mrs. Chsrles Chonte. Jr.. Mrs. Charles Choate fid. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Carhart, Mr, and Mrs. William Kanrjolph Hearst, miss Annie Morse. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Baldwin. Miss Fulth Baldwin. Mrs. -Lawrence Lewis, Miss Doris Stevens, Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Hudson Pope, Mr. and Mrs. Morton C, Nichols, Mr and Mrs. Richard A. . Iludnut. Gov. M. O. Brumbaugh of Pennsylvania and Mrs. Brumbaugh. ex-Uov. John Slayton of Georgia and ex-Gov. Franklin Murphy of New Jersey. Philander C. Knox, Jr., Mrs. Irving H. Chase and tho Misses Chase, Mr. and MVs. Walter C. Wltherbee, Mr. and Mrs. Wltherbee Black, Mrs. Robert C. Black, Mr. and Mrs. William M. Sperry. Mr. and Mrs. William J, Hyde, Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Johnson, Miss N'atallo Johnson. Henry K. Bemls, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dun Douglas, Mrs. James McKee, Miss Ada Norfleet. Miss Mary' Dougan. Miss Con SUNDAY SERVICES IN CITY CHDRCHES Dr. Uoodcll to Discuss "Ger man and American Ideals'' at St. Paul's M. E. rituncit or the divink patkr- N1TT. central Park West at Pvinty.slatta treat The pastor. Frank Oliver Hall, n. d.. win preach at 11 A. M. on "cnua ltoland te the Dark Tower Came." At the twilight reeltal at 4 P. M. thare will be a service flag presentation, with pa trlotlo music by the choir and ergsnlat. ST. VAVUR MKTHODirr CHURCH. West Knd avenue at Eighty. sixth street Dr. Chart! I., oorvrtull will sneak at the .nln service en "German and American Ideals," Morning subject, "Hew te Live." HARMOU.NKtl' TORK PnfiSBYTBR- IAN CHURCH, Mount Morris Park at Hid street It A. M. "Keeping the Heme Fires Burning," I P. M., "Drifting." MARBLE COLLROIATE CHURCH. Fifth avenue at Twenty-ninth street Dr. nurreira subject) tor sunaay: siornisw, "An Army with Banners": evening, T'A Man with 81 Sorrows." rrtt.I.WMATH CHfTROH OF ST. NICH OLAS, Fifth avenue at Forty-eighth street Dr. MacLeod will preach. . Special mu aioat seme in evening, m ter of Jalru.' SOCIETY FOR ETHICAL CULTURE. West flinty-fourth street At 11 A. M. More nrldge win take as nis aunjeci. "Nltich'a Attack nn th Common Pee- Pie." At I P. M. Mr. BrMgea will speak on "rree speeen in war Times." nimiRTtAK HCIF.VCB CHURCHES Tha aubirct of the latton eermon In the curiatlan Hclence cnurcnta ivmsrroir win be -Mtna." MR, mawv K. rHAPIM. Hotel Blltt more Subject, "Dreams That Come True." ST. NICHOLAS! AVENUE PRESBY TERIAN CHURCH, corner 141st street The Rev. Elliott W. Brown, D. D.. paanor, will oreach In th niornlnt, on "Prarer" and In the evenlnc en "Whlre Men Have round ood." , nn ir w nr.kwt crltarlan Theatn Ltf'a Greatest Secret" will he the sub ject at 11:11 A. M. FIRAT rllimCH OF DIVINE SCIENCE, Hotel Aator Services held In the North Ball Room. Mr. Murray will speak on "Spirit Communication." The Wednesday evening meetings are held at the Fark Avenue Jiorei. CALVART METHODIST CHURCH. Sev enth avenue at lllth street Dr. William II. Morgan will preaea at sotn earvicee to morrow. MADISON AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, corner Thlrly-flrst street The Rev. Cyrus P. Keen of the Anti-Saloon League will n.,k in tha moenlna-. In the evenln the Rev. William w. Young of Burmeh will preach. nest Iloases for SoUlere la Italy Washington, Feb. 22. Four targe rest houses, accommodating 200 to 300 soldiers dally, have been turned over in tha American lied Cross in allien Italy, whertl there are English, French and Italian nasea and nunareas or soi diers of the allied armies changing trains dally. has not yet confirmed the present ap pointees and Senator Henry M. Sage, chairman -of the finance committee, has announced that he will give a hearing on the appointment after March 10. It W!L& r.,n..;e.u "Zn 10 b i "ance Teed. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bterry. selected before that time If the Governor Instead of the Legislature I to dominate the situation. The farmers who will attend the meet ing here next week Include C., Fred Boshart, president of the State Agricul tural Society; Seth J. T. Bush, presi dent of th Western New York Horticul tural Society; Sherman J. Lowell; mas ter of the State Orange, and Frank N. Godfrey of Orlean, a prominent farmer and grange member. They will present to the Governor a list of men whose ap pointment to the Farms and Markets Council will be satisfactory to the farm ers of the State. A new secretary of the council will also.be selected, and his salary will be $6,000 a ear. There had been no sal ary attached to this position while Mr. Betts held it. Gov. Whitman Is known "to feel that he had selected the best possible mm for the Farms anil Markets Council, but he takes the position that If the farmers, because of their more intimate knowl edge of agricultural matters, believe they call suggest better men. he Intends to give them the opportunity And the present members of the council by their action to-day showed that they will co operate with him In his desire to har monise the farming interests. Secretary Betts to-night insisted that he would not resign either as secretary of tire Farms and Markets Council or of the Stat Food Commission, and If he was to be eliminated from either position they could eliminate him from both. "I did not seek either one of thes po sitions," said Mr. Betts, "and I won't le tire from either under fire." MANY AT MASERO'S TOMB.' Oreat vMae of Flowers Given by All Class Placed on Crave. Mkxico Citt, Feb. 22. A miniature mountain of flowers wan to-day heaped about the tomb of Francisco 1, Ma- dero, assassinated 1'resident. on the pf th anniversary of his death. The tributes l came from all classes of people and Qo eminent officials delivered audresei to n great tin one at the grave. Washington's Birthday was cele brated by the American colony with a display of flags. Ambassador Fletcher, Charles A. Douglass and Rafael Nleto, who have been in Washington during the negotiations between the United States and Mexico relative to the inter change of foodstuffs, are expected to arrive to-night. They will continue the negotiations here. Mr. and "Mrs. Fred Lee, Richard Louns- berry, Mr. and Mrs. ('.. A. Channel!, John C. Bell, E. Clarence Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Belwyn, Mr. and Mr. Clayton Dixon, Mr, 'and Mrs. Christophel- D. Smlthers. AIR DEATHS LOW, SAYS BAKER. Though SI Ilave'Been Killed nec- ord I Not UlavuuraaJn. Washington, Feb. 22. AlthouKh there have been fifty-one mortal cas ualties at aryiy aviation training camps in this country, the death record was described to-night by Secretary Baker as remarkably low. Since last June, he pointed out, student nvlators liavo flown more than 100,000 miles. Records of the War Department show that ten officers and twenty-nine cadets were killed on training flights and that twelve men lost their lives In unauthor ised flights and In ground accidents. "Taking Into account," said the Secre tary of War. "the ordinary hazards of their occupation, the development of a comparatively new art, ano) the ratio of accidents in everyday fields of endeavor, It is felt that the fatality record among America's student aviators will compare favorably with those of other countries. and, while distressing, l not ulscourag Ing " VETERAN FIREMEN PARADE. All Brooklyn Volunteers, Though Aged, Mnrch In Snow. U. Tin: parade of tho veterans of tho Kings L uunty volunteer r iremen h as hoolutlon, which has been held In Brook lyn on Washington's Birthday every ear since the volunteers gave way to a paid nrc department, was held again yesterday desplto the snow and cold weather and the age of tho majority of the participants' The parade's line of niaivli was con fined to a few streets Immediately "ad jacent to the Borough Hall, where finally It was reviewed by Dorougli President Itlegelinann. Eight hundied veteran (lie fighter made up the ranks of the march ers. Conspicuous among them was Itu Ion Lott, 91 yems old. at the head of a company of twenty other aged men. Ills detachment has led the parade for the last twenty-seven cars. Ten years ago Its members numbered 200, RFXKilOL'S ADVERTISEMENTS. RAPTIHT. FIFTH AVKNl'E BAIT I ST CHURCH, 4 to i wat ttn mreei. it... i- u..h.., n.,,,nn ( Minie.en. No Evanlni servic. XV. it. Anderson, Antl-Saloon League, Kill pea4( at 11 o'clock service, livening service. Judson Memorial, at . sun.inv Hrhonl i!io. Bible Claaaes :40 eo. N. Sage addrea.ea Toung Men's Bible f'laR :.u. 1 oun Man corniany iii.ii," CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. grrvlcea are held.ln the following, ravfirriAN arisvrr. CHURCHES Bandars. It A.M. A t P.M.. Wednesdays. IT.M. rim tnurcn, (.antra rra wmm at ,im m, Srcond Church. Central Park W. 41th St. xniro cnurcn. izsin oi. at wumn ah. Fourth Church, lttth St. Fort Waahlng tnn Jkv. Fifth Church, Aeolian Concert Hall. 34 W, lid Ht. Sluth Church. HIS Anthnnr Ave.. Brona KVANOEL1I1TIC. DR. J0WETT IN CAftHEBIE HALL rrldST. March IS. I1S. S P. M. The Billy undT Choir will elng, tonducted bv Tall Enen Morsan. Tickets free. Kvanf ellstlo Committee, C41 Lexington Avenue. GOSPEL TABERNACLE CHURCH 8th Ave. and 44th St. nav. A. B. SIMPSON. Pastor. 10:10 A M and t P. M. Preaching by Uev. F II Senft ot Philadelphia METHODIST EPISCOPAL. MORGAN KINGSTON,, TKNOK. METftO. GRANlt OPERA CO.. Inn. St 11. firace, W 104 nr. Col. ":5. John .Mltcn.ll apeaKW ur. nnwner pom rvican. PRRSR1TF.HIAN. FIFTH AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Fifth Are. and Fifty-fifth 81. REV. J. H. JOWETT. D.D., Pastor Uev. J AM US PALMER. Ph. D.. Associate l'aator. Services at 11 A, M.- and 4:10 P M Dr. Jotvetl will prtacli at both aervlces. Men's Bible Cla at 10 A M. Onrlng for the American Tra-t Society. The mldee ervlc In the Chp. on Wednesday at iili P. M. will be conducted bv Dr. Jowtt. PFIiTRAI PRESBYTERIAN CHVRCH, IfCN I nil. Madison Ave. and Mth St. Rev.Wilton Merle-Smlth.D.D., Patter Special Muele Morning Aflernoo Keriirea. (IR. MERLR-SMITH pruchea at II A. M. and muilc. Motette (vlalon ot mutlc by Ollbort) 4:30 P, M. Sperlal Mualral Serelce. noalnl'a Htabat Mater. RIITCFR; fresbvterian hirch, nUIHCn Broadxay and l.ld M. Ret. IIAMEI. RISSBU.. II. D Pa.tor. II A. M. "HELP!" R P.M. "IVaahlnston ajid American Ideal. " Patriotic. Muale. SAILORS HOSTS TO PARENTS. lave Mesa at Xrnport Station anal Dance After Xlght. Nwrt)RT, H. I,, Keb, 22. The young seamen at the naval training station here were tse holiday hosts to-day ot their parents and friends. Tha home folks had me with the boys, attended a vaudeville performance, boxing bouts and games In the afternoon and a ball In the evening. Capt. Edward H. Campbell, comman dant of the station, who sent out the in vitations on behalf ot the apprentices, dropped In at the theatrical performance and was cheered for three minutes by the bluejackets, who then Insisted upon a speech. At the ball the grand march was headed by a color bearer, drummer and flfer dressed to resemble the painting Th Spirit of '71." GUTTZWa OFT PLUM' EXTRAS. DaaleU Joists Baker 1st ltecsi. elatlB to Catarr Washington, Feb. , 23, Secretary Daniel recommended to Congress to day that It abolish the extra pay and allowances for naval aviators and provide Instead a reasonable Increase in death or disability mpensatlon In Gov ernment Insurance. The Secretary of War already has reoom mended repeal of th increaaed rank, pay and allowance of th army flying corn. . HHICK CHURCH. Fifth .Wenue and Thlrty-ieventh Strrct. Mlnlater: William Hereon Merrill Dr. Merrill prrache at 11 and i. Illbla School at !:0 A. M Men'e Blhla rlaan at 10:15 A M. PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL. PATENT EXAMINERS WANTED. Secretary I.ane .Make Patriotic Appeal to Men ti Return. Wamiuncto.n. Keb. .Secretary l.ano'to-day appealed to patent law e.x perls who have received part of their training as examiners In the Patent Office to return and serve the Govern ment In Its present emergency by tak ing positions as examiners, if 'only for a year. The law provides for scarcely enough examiners to care for the normal busi ness of the Patent Office, and the force Is now fifteen men short, due to men going Into private practice and military duty. Attempts to fill the vacancies through the Civil Service Commission and by appeals to universities have failed. As a last resort, Secretary l.ane to-day made a patriotic appeal to former examiners to return. On Vsuthan'a Haul Kl. 1A1I for Early Creeh or Large ilwAl Winter Oniom. White. Red or Yellow, Pint, 30c; eaart, 10c; prU. Vaufhao'sBulkSeeJi of new crop are now ready. You csn't order loo ttily this year, many are icsrte and will toon be gone. Vaughtn Seed Boek fee ItlS tell the whole itory. Mailed FREE, Eait snd Wt4t. largeit growm of Onion, Cab bage and Radish have, used Vaughtn Seedi for more than forty yean. Write far a copy today. VAUGHAN'S SEED STORE 31 W. Randelph Ut.. CHICAGO 43 Barclay St ,, NEW YORK St. George's Church Is on 14th Strit, Kat of 3d Avenue All Seats Free KARI. 11KII.ANP. Rector. Mt'NDAV SKHVICKS t. 11 (Rector praehM and X St. CbOMtU's CbHrcb FIFTH AVn. AND C3D ST Rev KHNEST M. 8TIRK.". D. D. nector S A. M. Holy Communion. II Morning Hervlca and Sermon, p Chat. P Tinker. D. D I P. M, Kvensong and Addreee (Rrctori. S V. M. Hour of organ Mutlc. Dalb I.enten Hprcn 10 ; (Rector) Church of Zlon & St. Timothy 334 Weal Sttlt Mreet. P.ector Hev. HKNRV l.URKCK, D. C I,. , 11 (The Ilectori. I (P.ev K Rurgees, Jr ) CIlACK rill'RCIf. nrondnay and 10th M Rev. tiiarie Mwls flatten . 1. I).. Rector, a. II tine nrvmn. . ,-. .-icnoi., u.u.i t'MTAHIAN, Jill Souls Fourth Avenue At 20th Street rounded Iflfi The Rev. WILLIAM L. SULLIVAN. D. D liV m'. "What Should We. Demand of Church?" Klrst of Kour "Sermons for HeeKeri, oy ur. numvan. S 1. M, "Armenia; Jlow It Hai Suffered, What Should He Done," beginning Dr. Hullhana poring i.ertura course on "I'roniems or i-reeni History and roll lira." Friday, t;J0.S T. M, I.enten Veaper Ser vice In l'arlsh House, lot Kaet SOth Htreet, .This I u church of the free spirit, dedicated to religion but not lo a for mula. A cordial welcome to all corner. OTHER S.ERVirKW. ri4VCMOI.OOM'Al. RfMEARTII SOCIKTV INC.. I0 W. Ilth Bt, Public meetlnti, eun., l a. ai. nuuj,vu .onccniranon. Sun., 3 and I r. M Lecture and Fhenum. nal Demonstrations, fhrl.tensen. Wed. : r. M Demonstrations. Admltslon free kPStriAI.. Wad.. Vob. 17th. 1:10 l u Hotel Newton. 2521 Rroaduray (5th St, and B'wayl, nn unusual aclontlflc, muelcal and entertainin proirani. uemonairatlone by r. I. Chrlatenaen. Phenomenal P.vchi.t f. Reed Capoullllts, Baiso Cantante; Har riet Darklay. Soprano! Re.de Rleaberar Vlo. llnlrt. Admission by ticket!. Call, nrlte or pnone ror program ana iicksis, note; Neolon. 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It tells of the struggles and final triumphs in journalism of three contemporaries of -Ben Day who were destined to leave their footprints big on the sands of time. They were James Gordon Ben nett, Sr., the founder of the New York Herald; A. S. Abell, tht founder of the Baltimore Sun, and Horace Greeley, the founder of the New York Tribune. A PIONEER OF JOURNALISM These three newspapers came after The Sun had pioneered the way. "The Story of The Sun' graphi cally pictures the simple beginning of Ben Day's tiny newspaper of only four pages, a newspaper which was destined to become in prestige and power one of the three or four greatest in the world. BEGINNING IN THE SUNDAY SUN Order from your newsdealer NOW. If you do not order it NOW you may not be able to get it.