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THE SUN, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919.
4 I 13 sssWI li DECORATIONS BY CRISP EXHIBITED Wnlls of "Whitney Studio Aro Reining1 in Remarkably Attxnctivo Way. ARTIST'S BATIK SHOWN Sculptures in Stono and Bronzo by Hiss Hoffman Also on Yiew. His neir exhibition In Mm. Harry tarns Whitney- srtadlo on Wdit Elhth etroet Is divided botween the decontlona of Arthur Crisp and the aculpturea ot Malvena Hoffman. The Trails have been rehunK for the occasion, thla time In cafe au lalt sllka, and erarjrthlns; haa been done to how eft the objects on display to the rreatest advantage. The rooms present remarkably attractive nDnenrance. Mr. CrliD'a large hanctnK deslcned for the Hotel du Pont In Wilmington, Del., makes the flrst claim aa a novelty It Is a "batik." That Is, the colors of the deilrn. -which portraya "IIospl tallty," are applied one at a tlmo to the ellk background, the portion on which tho color is not desired belnc stopped oft with wax. The wax Is removed and reappllod to another portion of the com position to stop off the next color. With each color tho wax has to be applied as required. This la a tedious and exacting; process. as the South Sea Islanders who used to decorato their skirts and headclotha In this way knew : but to carry out a fac simile of a modem mural decoration In this fashion required some courage, ana Mr. Crisp hod It It Has Painterlike Effects. Ilia hanging- Is brilliant with the colors of modern Impressionism, and In spite of the conventions necessary to the medium he haa secured painterlike ef fects, especially In the flesh .tints. The drawing; is not wonderful, however, In any Dart of the work, and the composl- . tlon ns such has thinness. It is only when tho artist gets away from his" fig ures and up Into tho foliage ot his trees that -lie seems to rise above ana com mand his medium. The foliage has a sturdy decorative quality that Is pleas ant Miss Hoffman shows one or two groups in Btone and bronic, somo portraits and a flvurlno or two. As a sculptor Miss Hoffman does well enough to get Into academical exhibitions, but never well enough to become discussed. She pre sents nothing to the spectator that Is worth debate. To date her chief enthusiasm haa been the Ballet Itusse, and tho Itusslan "bac chanals" ns danced by Pavlowa and Mordktn have been done In paper weight nlics from various points of view, and now at last has been enlarged to an ex hibition height without, however, acquir ing any more real weight The Idea of these two figures "flying before the storm." which Is familiar to rll In tho plcturo at the Metropolitan, so beloved of 'Arry an1 'Arrlet, managed once to get translated Into art. thanks to the ircnlus of the two Itusslan dancers, but under Miss Hoffman's fingers it slips back again Into the hopelessly common place. j'hrmn Worked Ont Timidly. There Is a place for every sculptor and work for that sculptor to do. but Miss Hoffman has not found hers yet Apparently she has never been disci plined by criticism, or else has not prof ited by it Her drawing is exceedingly weak and the themes aro worked out In u tlmtd fashion. More serious than that. though. Is the general Bugarlnes of the things she thinks worth putting into Btono or bronze. Th recent anDroaeh to decision In her work occurs in the portrait of the Itusslan artist Anlsfeia, put even nere DIED. BCTI.Ttll. Entered Into rut, February ! 1JJ9. Carlo" A. Butler, in his elfhty' seventh year, at his residence, JS Chestnut ntenu. West Oranse, N. J.; runeral private. CONDIT. At Morrlstow n. N. J.. Fshruary II, 191. Howard Carlton, on of the late, Daniel. Condll of Newark. N". J., In his tUty-elf htli year. Funeral servlre will be held at Grace nplacer.al church, Madlsan, K, J., on fsturday. March 1, at ):! P. M.. on arrival of Lackawanna Railroad train lavlna- Hoboken at 2:30 P. it. OLATiriKN'. Frederick C, on February S7, in rtrorfclyn, 10:0 r. M. Funeral services this afternoon, 2:10. at 114 Court street. Brooklyn. Kindly omit flower. DEI!. MANN. John, at hla lata residence, 716 Forest avenue, Brooklyn, on Thura. day, February 17, In hla sixty-fifth year. Funeral services at 2 P. it., Sunday, March I, Interment In Lutheran Cemetery. ItEnnnnT On Friday, February 21, 11, Jennie Hhinle Herbert, baloved wlrn of Henry W. Herbert Funeral from her lata residence, iH West -A. Klrhty-aeconl street, on Monday at V" 9:50 A. M., tlienco to the Church of the Holy Trinity, Eighty-second street and Ilroadwar. JOrtnAN At Newburith, N, T. Friday, February 21, 1111, Joseph V, Jordan, 1'rlvatn funeral services will be held at the residence of his aon-ln-law, a. 'arllslo Goodrich, lf Grand street, on Monday morning. Intermunt at Cedar Hill Cemetery. 7.EJIV1S On February J. lll, at 21 Weet I'lfly-eecond street. New Yorlt city, Frederla Elliott lwls. son the !sto Mary Taylor and daorre Lewis, Jr, Funeral services at hla lata residence on Saturday mornlnr, March 1, at 10 o'clorJc. Interment private. Kindly omit flowers. MAUTIN On February 21, 1119,' at 77 nernsen stfe-t, Brooklyn, Le lloy Mar , tin, beloved husband of lluth Cullender Martin and eon of Mrs. Thomas II, Martin, In tho twenty-ninth year of hla ate. Funeral private, Kindly omit flowers. MoCOMB. On February 17, 111, William J. McComb, In hla fifty-fifth year. Funeral aervlcea will be held at his late rfntlcnc-, 2001 Grand Concourse, Tho Jlrnnx, on Sunday, March I, at 2 r. M. OSTIlL'P. On February 37, Major John Christian. V. 8. A, beloved husband of Mary White Ostrup. Masonic service will be held by Lincoln Tark Lodce No. Ill of Chlcsgo, 111., at tbe Funersl Church (Campbell Hide), Broadway and Slsty-aiath street on tiunday afternoon, 1 o'clook. Inter ment Woodlawn Cemetery, ) JALMEIt Suddenly, at her horns, on February 21, lilt, Qrace Humphreys Foots, wife ef tbs lets' Lowell M. ' Palmer. Funeral services on flaturday, March I, at her late home, 201 Clinton avenue, Ilroektyn, at 4 P. II. Interment privets. T1BBALS. On Friday, February 31, lilt, at his residence, 111 Milton street. Brooklyn, Itowland O. Tlbbtls, son of the lata Henry II. and lluth A. Tlbbals, In the forty. fifth year of his age. Notice of funeral hereafter. ; -TBOMrzoX' aloa, at Watfrtam, Cass.. February 37, of pneumonia, beloved husbsnd of Frances Lea Thompson (nee Johnson! la his forty-fourth yean t Funeral Saturday, March 1, at 1:10 p. M. at the Chapel of the Intercession. tl , , , Broadway sod II IU street, Nw Xk r.r.--m;. -sjtyr- - r"" NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD. A ilnnco will bo given this evening In tho luillruom of tho Colony Club, under tho nuntc9 nf the New York city visit ing committee, for tho benefit of Its work In the hospitals and tenement. In advance of tho dance dinners will b Riven by Mrs. William Dare Morgan, Mrs. Ij. Btuyvcsnnt Chanler, Mrs. Alfred Heton, Mrs. Francis H. Cabot, Airs. Otto it Kahn, Mrs. C. Grant ux Farce and Mrs. William H. Osboni. Mrs. Kurnal It Babbitt will give a luncheon to-day at Sherry's for her do- butanto daughter. Miss uenevlevft Bab bitt Miss Elisabeth Adelt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chapln Adslt will bo married to-day to Charles McAlpln Fyle of this city. In St Jamos's Church, Chi cago. Charles E. Sampson will give a dinner this evening at the Itlta-Carlton for Major-Gen. F. A. Taufflleb. commander of the Third -Division of the French army, and Mme. Taufflleb, who came here from Paris several weeks ago. airs. E. Prescott Itowe of Boston is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Itobert E. Living ston. 1G8 West Fifty-eighth street. Mrs. John VT. Riddle, 22 East Forty- seventh street save o, luncheon yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick 1L Prince, Jr.. of Prlnoemere, Pride's Crossing, Mass., are at the Bt Regis, A rummage sale under auspices of Auxiliary No. 1, the Now York Diet Kitchen Association, will be held March a and ( at 407 Madison avenue. It Is requested that articles of clothing of all kinds for men, women and children, olio household articles, be sent to the address mentioned on Monday and Tuesday. Among those In chargo of the sale will be Mrs. Edward M. Stout Mrs. Qua tar Stromberg and Mrs. Robert Ij. Btrebelgh. The Karl of Dunmore has arrived from Montreal and Is at the Plara for a fortnight It Is a superficial decision borrowed from the sitter. The nose ana mourn or me figure are not firmly upon constructive lines, and the ears have got completely out of play. These are trifling school room inings to nave to rncnwvu, uui thby spring to the fore in this showtnr of sculpture. TO HONOR WOMAN AETI8T. French Museum Will Give Prise for Best Work. The officers and trustees of the Mu seum of French Art have been so Im pressed with tho quality of the present exhibition of the National Association of Women Painters and Bcuptors that they have decided to award a prlx d'honneur to one of the artists. The iurv of selection chosen by tne museum ore the presidents of tho fol lowing French art societies of the United States: Beaux Arts Institute of Design, Les Anclens de l'Academle Jullen, So clote des Architects Dlplomes, Society of Beaux Arts Architects and tho Mu seum of French Art This Jury of awards will meet on March 2 and the medal ot the Museum of French Art will be conferred upon the successful winner on Monday, March 3, at the closing reception of the exhibition. $800 FOB TAPESTRY PANEL. Flemish Weave Lends Prices at Sale of Washington Antlqnes. In tho last day's sale of tho Washing ton antiqued at the American Art Asso ciation yesterday an Interesting panel of old Flemish tapestry. No. 47G, brought tho leading price, going to Clapp & Gra ham tor $800. The design showed medla-val types arIously engaged out of doors. James B. SellKtnan paid $S70 for No. 655. an Inlaid secretaire of the Louis XVI. style; It E. seaman oougnt no. G12 a largo Kermon carpet for $400; Linn & Co. got No. 551. a tulip and king- wood table in the Louis XVI. style, for 1300: F. Baumelster nald 1410 for so. 576. an Empire cntro t-vblo; "Frank Bowles -gave J460 for No. 595, a set of carved mahoeanv dining chair, ana ro, 592. two carved and glided Aubusson rhairs. went to Iritis & Co. tor MZO. The total for the afternoon was 111,- 036.50, making a grand total of $29,- 221.40. ThU afternoon tho Kountzc Stlllman tapestries will be sold. JACKSON PAGE. Captain of Coast Artillery Takes Bride In New Ilorhelle. Miss Lillian Jeannette Page, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William It. Page, was mnrried to Capt. Harold Itufus Jackson Coast Artillery last evening In the home of her parent. 2ft Laurel place. New Itochelle. N. Y. Tho Rev. Dr. George lleyno'.ds, pastor of the First Presbyle rlan Church, New Rochelle, performed tho ceremony in the proeenoe of about fifty relative and intimate friends. The bride, who was given away by her father, had her mother na matron of honor. Tho bridesmaids were the Misses Florence van Zelm. Kathcrlno llr.ynolds Harriet vsn Zelm, Mary porter, Dorothy Fltx Gerald, Holcn van Zelm, Frances MulUkcn ami Louise Laurens. Major J Lawton Collins, a claasmnto of tho bride groom at Wst Point acted ns best man. Capt. Jackson Is stationed at Fort Orant, Panama Canal Zone. GUESTS LEAVE PALM BEACH. Mr. nnd Mrs. Replogle Give Fnre ivrll Dinner Mure Arrivals. Fpecial Dupateh to The Bun. Palm Beach, Fin., Feb. 28. Mr. and Mrs. J. Leonard Iteploglo gave a fare well dinner at tho Hwch Club tD-nlght. Mr. Iteplogle will go to Purls to attend the Pcaca Conference. other dinner hoots at the club Included Gov. nnd Mrs. Ileeckman. John Moffatt, Mr, and Mrs. John It. Fell, Mr. imd Mrs. CharleH K. Van VIcok, fr.. iMr. and Mr II. H. Whitman, Alexnnder Laushlln, Harry Wheeler, Mr and Mrs. David Wag-staff, Mr. and Mrs. Ttohert Hilllnrd, Paul Moore, J. II. Harding, Mr. and Mrs. Georco V14ncr and Gcorso V. Scho- fleld. Mr. nnd Mrs. .7. M. Rtutlebaker, Jr., of Poutti Bend, Ind., accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Ktudcbaker nnd J M. Studebaker 3d. arrived hem to-day. Mr. nnd Jlrn. Oliver Isclln of Westbury have Joined trends nt the Poinclana. LUNCHEON FOR DEBUTANTE. Mrs. Leslie Ilnmllton Grnr llnfer- tntns for Her DauKhtcr, Mrs. Leslie Hamilton Orny grave a luncheon yesterday at Hherry's for her debutants daughter, Miss Allen Gray, who was (rraduatetl from tho Bpenco School In 1918 Ths place cards were water colors of' Monlebollo, the old Vir ginia home of the Grays, one ot the few Una estates In this country still In possession of the original family, having been taken up under George II. In 1721, Among the guests at the luncheon were Mrs. William Frederick Potter, Mrs. Daniel F. Kelloge, Jr., Mrs. Crit tenden II. Adams, the Misses Marie La marche. Lois Clark, Pauline Ilurne, Vic torlne Kellogg, Marlon Carpenter, Jane Cleveland, Virginia Sterry, Hylvta Van Hentselaer, Margaret Flint, Melon La Fetra, Dorothy Clapp, Knthertne Noyes, Molly Lancaster, Helen Outerbrldge, Jo sephine Flood, Blomom Gray, Barbara Kerley ana uroce uenancKs. Clemeneesn Tbsnki Cnrdlnnl. Special Dtipateh to Ths Bex, lUi.Tliionic, Feb. 21, Cardinal Olb bons received a cablegram to-day from Premier Cleinenceau of France thanking htm tor his cabled axprosslon of regret over the attempted assassination and ex pression ot pleasure over tbs outcome ot 8 InJurTr MAJOR OSTRUP DIES: , I SERVED IN FRANCE Well Known Engineer and Member of Oen. Tcr sliing's Staff. Major John C. Ostnrp, n railway en gineering expert who returned two weeks ago from service In France, where he was a member of den. Pershing's staff, died ctf pnoumonla yesterday In the Hotel Clendenlng, 202 West 103d street Major Ostrup sailed for France early In 1917 with the first detachment of tho American Expeditionary Stereo and su pervised trench, fortification and bridge construction on overy front held by American troops. He had resumed busi ness, connections with the Texas Com pany of New York as construction en gineer when he was taken HI. Ho was born In Denmark and edu cated at tho Royal Danish Academy. After his graduation he came to this country nnd entered tho Chicago Insti tute of. Engineering, later engaglns; In various railroad enterprises. In 107 he accepted a professorship at Stevens In stltute, Hoboken, resigning In 1B11 to be come an expert for the Texas Company. Ho was author of "Ostrup's Specifica tions." a textbook on modern engineer ing used at the United States Military Academy at West Point and other mill tary academies. Major Ostrup made his home In this city tho last twelva years. EIINKST M. ArtXOLD, Putnam. Conn.. Feb. 2S. Ernest M. Arnold, who at one time promised 'to make every one In Futnam a million aire, but who went through bankruptcy with a million dollars' worth ot small claims pending against him after nine years of meteoric prosperity, died here to-day. He was C2. Death was duo to heart failure ArnoM started life as a school teacher nnd later worked In a cotton mill for tit a week. A successful flyer In Wall Street gave him a $5,000 capital and ho opened a broker's office. Clients flocked to him. He took their notes and paid them 6 per cent Interest. To some he paid 20, 40, even 140 per cent, and many of his customers let their winnings lie In such a fertile Held. He became a pillar of the church and the biggest real estate developer in Putnam. But in 1910 a hard hearted creditor. to whom Arnold had given a mortgage well as his note, forced him into bankruptcy and tho dream ot hundreds of Putnam people, and of hundreds of others in Connecticut Massachusetts, New Hampshire and other States, van ished. Arnold always Insisted that if given a chance ho would have repaid everything, and many people In Putnam believed htm still. FniSDBItlCK C. GLADDEN. Frederick C. Gladden, elder son of the late Rev, Dr. Wnshlncton Gladden of Columbus, Ohio, died of paralysis Thursday night In his residence, 665 Jefferson avenue, Brooklyn, after an illness of a week. He was born In the old town of Morrtsanla (now part of this city) fifty-six years ago nnd was educated In Amherst College, at the Columbus (Ohio) Law School and at the law school of Cornell University, where he was graduated In 1S94. After practising law In this city he was for eight years private secretary to the late Justice George Barrett of the State Supreme Court. Thereafter he held similar positions with Justices Clinch and Page. Ho then accepted ah appointment as assistant to Assistant Attorney-General arren In the Depart ment of Justice at Washington and he remained in tho service of that Depart ment for two years. Lnst December he returned to this city to become secre tary to Justice Hotchklss of the Cupreme Court Mr. Otadrfpn was considered an ex pert brief writer. Ho had an unusually acute and analytic mind and was espe cially efficient In analysing and present ing cases which demanded knowledge of the history as well as the practice of law. He leaves a widow, an elder sister, Miss Alico Gladden ot Columbus, Ohio, and a younger brotlior, J ire Gladden, an editor nnd writer, whomt home Is In this city. As he had expressed a strong preference for cremation Instead of burial, his body will be Incinerated. WALLACE II. WAGNER. Wallace H. Wagner, engineering con tractor, for many years one of tho most prominent figures in the development of tho smnllcr townB of Middlesex county. New Jersey, and a leader In politics In March tho lion nnd tho Iamb Dlvldo the month together, Hut hero 'v.l.th tis tho lamb alono Stays nil tho year In tether; The wooly lamb is the foundation on which we build. All-wool clothes for men and boys. The finest fabrics both domestic and foreign. The highest type of tai loring. We make to fit, not to measure. Spring Derbies include our own "'"Composite," which follows the law of averages. Fits 8o out of every 100 men. ttttUterit Tra4mark. Rogers Peet Company Broadway at 13th SU Broadway at Warren Broadway at 34th St Fifth Ave. at4ist8t "Four Convenient Corners" a 1 m 4 j, i i ; - II -t r. Mi 8o.dir- supper ana aocui. J J - - g there, died yesterday In his home In aayrevme, js. J., arier an i uncus oi omy a few days. He had lived In Middlesex county all his life. c.i:oiton JAConus. Funeral services will bo conducted to night 'for George Jacobus, for nine years head of the Latin department of Adelphl Academy In Brooklyn, who died Thurs day In his forty-fifth year, ale lived at 92 Gates avenue Mr. Jacobus was educated at Phillips Academy, Exeter, N. H and Yale, graduating In 1895 as on honor student. Before coming to Brooklyn ho had been an Instructor at Pawling School, Pawl ing, N Y and had taught classic lan guages at fit Paul's School at Garden City, I I. Ho Is survived by his wife and two daughters. Interment will take place at Bethel, Me. MHJ. JX1 C. HERBERT. Mrs. Jennie Charde Herbert wife of Justice ,Hcnry W. (Herbert of the Court of Special Sessions, died yesterday In the home of her daughter. Mrs. Rita H. O'Neill. 1 West Eighty-fifth street Bhe was 47. Mrs. Herbert was taken 111 a week ago when visiting Mra Weill. Death was hastened by an attack of influenza from which she had not fully recovered. Besides her husband, who has been sit ting in Brooklyn for the last month. Mrs. Herbert leaves a daughter and two anna. The family residence Is at 204 West Eighty-second street. Funeral services will be held Monday. josbpii v. JonDAir. 8ptial Dtipatch to Tnm Be. Nswrrunoir. N. T.. Feb, 2. Joaenh V. Jordan. S3, president of the Hudson Val ley Dairy Company, with main offices here, died this morning at Benedictine Hospital, Kingston. He left here throe weeks ago on a business trlD and was taken III at Kingston whllo a guest at mo Hiuyvesant Hotel. He leaves a wife. a son and three daughters. He was the leading shipper of milk In tho Hudson Valley and controlled some of the largest dairies in Dutchess, Ulster, Orange, Greene and Delaware counties. He was reputed to be a millionaire, having nu merous dairy branches In New York ana Brooklyn. nusaiELii nnoivrt. Paovron.vcB. It. I.. Feb. 28. D. Jlus- sell Brown, Governor of Ithode Island from 1892 to 1395. died In his home, hers to-day. Ho was born In Bolton, conn., in 1849. He was president and treasurer of Brown Brothers, a mill supplies com pany, of this city, and for several years was owner and publisher of the Provl dence Evening Netcs. Mns. KDWAHD jr. HAZr.AnD. Mrs. Edward J. Hazzard. mother of the popular musical comedy comedian John Hazzard, better known to theatre- goers as "Jack" Huzard, died In her apartment at 200 West Seventy-ninth street yesterday afternoon. A heart lesion, which had ronfmed iMrs. Hazzard to her bed for two weeks, caused her death. jonx Phaser. Dattona, Fla., Feb. 28. John Fra- ser, former Auditor-General of Canada died here to-day after a lonir Illness. The body will bo sent to Ottawa to night Mr. Fraser leaves a widow and a son, W. A. Fraser. J. WESLEY EDMUNDS. J. Wesley Edmunds, 78 years old, of Arlington, N. J., died yesterday In hi winter home In Daytona, Fla. He was a civil war veteran, n steamship engl neer and was formerly In tho ship chand lery business here. CAPT. Iin.MlY II. CLAY. 1 LTNCitncno, Va., Feb. 2S. Capt ! Henry B. Clay, grandson of the famous i statesman, Henry Clay of Kentucky, Is dead hero at the nge of 79. He leaves two daughters. F.LHIIEUIIY V. WHITE. Por.TSMOtrTlt. Vn., Feb. 2S. Elsberry ' V. White, who was assistant engineer , of the Confederate Ironclad Virginia or Merrlmac, during the Merrlmac-Monltor battle In Hampton Roads, died hero to- Viy at the age of SO. Living in the Heart -of Without Communication with TManand Woman Utter Strangers HHHH Forced Toeether bv Cirni mttannaa kLilllHsssllllstllllllllllllBlsH I 11 he a modern American, strong and dominating, she an English Aristocrat, independent and unafraid. White Man By GEORGE AGNEW CHAMBERLAIN Wonder lulty. I tlutt rated by Koerntr - Pric 91.75 net The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Publishers FOR EXHILARATION READ By ELEANOR HALLOWELL ABBOTT Author of "Molly Makc-Bclicve," "Tho White Linen Nurse," etc. The New Ycrk Sun says:-- "It is bo emotional that it intoxicated us elightly. . . . Wc thrill as she shakes up her words like ingredients in a cocktail mixer . , . and the most surprisine things happen with engaging rapidity. And every little while some one says comething so clever or funny that if it were in a book by Henry James it would be quoted in the beat circles. Very seriously, anyone who declines to examine Miss Abbott's tales, if only to find out the secret of her great popularity, is making a grave mistake." ,-B0oonu.tt:rto,:ny E. P. DUTTON & CO. 68 n ViT" "TflE GREATEST OF MODERN NOELS' The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse By IBANEZ, A ithor, of "The Shadow of the Cathedral" ' Doth no'ds an Jtr talc at ana lastort; prltc of each, HSO rut, E. P. DUTTON & CO., 681 Fifth Ave., New York SUNDAY SERMONS IN CITY CHURCHES Varied Topics to tie Discussed by Loading: Tnstors To-morrow. UI1S. AMMA NOLLS), lit West Berenty- HMnd etraiat Aoeelal leolure to-morrow afternoon. Toptct "Ton Can Demonstrate Prosperity." rEMPLB DETH-KK Fifth avenus at fleventy.elxth street To-morrow at 11 o'clock Dr. Behulman will speak on The Challenge to America's Conscience." CIIURCIt OF THE ASCENSION. Fifth avenue at Tenth street 11 A. At., ltoly Communion and sermon by Dr. Qrant: eub. Ject, "A Menace to tbe Clergy." 4 P. M. oratorio, "Hi rauv atenaeneonn. etniwii by Dr. Thomas. 8T. JAMRS M. E. CHUHCH. Madison venue at tilth street Dr. Itoya.1 B. Cope land, Commissioner of the Dopartment ot Health, will apeak Sunday evening on "1U conatructlan and the Publlo Health." lr. Chester C. Marshall will lve a brief ad dress on "The ChurcDs Duty to tns rnysi cat Man." ciiuncn of tub beloved dis- CIPLH, Bast Eighty-ninth street There will be three or four services every day during Lent, with a special course of or- mons on Wednesday evenincs. xno uev. Dr. Judge, rector of St. Matthew'a Church, will be the preacher Ash Wednesdsy eve ning. COLLEGIATE CHURCH. Welt End ave nue at Heventr-seventh street Tbe Itev Henry Evertson Cobb, D. D., will preach at 11 a. m. ana e :io i'. m. in ine asiernoon the choir will sins Mendelssohn's "Itymn of Praise," PBARfi PH1LOAOPI1T. Criterion Theatre To-morrow at 11 o'clock Dr. F. W. Bears will speak on "Am I to Blame I" PASTOR E. E. FltANKE. Broadway Theatre The lecture toplo to-morrow nlsht will be "Pscanlsm vs. Christianity: or. The Devil's CountsrfeIC ot the Supreme seennce. A. A. LIND8AT. Hotel Aneonls Subject for to-morrow evenlngt "Merit of t o 3 dence". BROADWAY PREftBTTEllIAN CHURCH, corner 114th street The Iter. A jr. waiter uuncan uucnanaa win preann to-morrow mornlnr on "Little Klndneeaea" and In the evening on "Letting Others Know." FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, West Forty-lzth street Otlbert Montasun will lead Che Hen a Bible Class to-morrow at IM0 A. M. FOURTH TRESBTTERIAN CHURCH, West End avenue at Ninety-first street Ir, Woric preaches morning ana evening, .Evening- topic, "iuw to uo to eomo thrace." NEW CHURCH (SWEDENBOROI AN) East Thtrty-Bfth street Holy Communion will be celebrated to-morrow mornlns The pastor will preach on "The Call to tho mu or aien." CHURCH OF THE DIVINE PATER N1TT. CentraJ Parle at Heventy-IU treet The nnator. Frank Oliver Hall, D. D.. will preach at 11 A. M. on "ll&lv uod to Have the world." FIR8T CHURCH OF DIVINE SCIENCE. Waldorf-Astoria, "Heading for the Dee- ert" la the subject of the Rev. Dr. w. Jonn Murraya aerrooo to-morrow at 11 A. M ALL SOULS' CHURCH. Fourth avenue nt Twentieth street "Dansers. l.lmu tlons and Advantases of a leaiue of Na tlons" will be the subject of the Uev. Will- lam L. flullltan at 11 o'clock. EVANOELWT STEVENS. Brooklyn Academy of Music "If Peter Were on Earth to wnat unurcn wouia lie lie lone J" Is the lecture topic for to-morron at I I'. M. SCHOOL OF THE BUILDERS. Cohan Theatre Mrs. Oenevlevo Rehrend will kIv a practical demonstration on vliuallslnr to-morrow at 4 P. M., when she vtlll alen deliver a lecture on "How to llrtns Your Innermost Desire Into an Outward Mani festation Throuih the Dltlne Art ot Vis ualising," WEST END PREBBTTERI AN CHI'nCH. Amsterdam avenue at lOJlh street The FOSTER ON AUCTION Second Revised Edition A complete Espoeltlon of the LnU.L Developments of Modern Auction l,y 11. V. FOHTKIt. Author of "Completn Ilridse," "llrato nrldea." etc., with Iho full oulo of tho official Us and 130 deals from actual pla-, (.00 net E. P. DUTTON & CO., 681 Filth Ave., N. Y. the African Tuncle the Civilized World- sississfsissm. v i .-mj nmii.m! W 1W s W W I BBBJ OLD-DAD Itev. A. Edwin Ketgwln, D. D., will preach at both aervlcee. His subject In the morn ing will be "Would Not the Peace ef Ood He Uetter Than Thla?" At P. M. ho will speak on tho subject "Tdung Man, Come Across." BELGIAN WHEAT QUIZ ASKED. Senate to Investigate Charges Con cerning Dad Grain. Washington, Feb. 28. Investigation of tho charso that the Delglan nellef Commission shipped large Quantities of bad wheat Into Ilelgtum for food pur poses, causing the deaths of more than a thousand war sufferers, was demanded In a resolution Introduced to-day by Sena tor Calder1 (New York). A preamble set forth that the resolu tion was Introduced as a result ot testi mony taken before. Chief City Magistrate McAdoo In New York on FoDrauary IJ last. HIGHLY IMPORTANT. UNRESTRICTED SALE This (Saturday) Afternoon, .t 3 o'qock Rare and Very Valuable ANTIQUE TAPESTRIES Costly Drawing Room and Boudoir Suites of Furniture IN FINE OLD nCATJVAH AND ACBl'SSON TAPESTKT Other Fine Furniture, Old Textiles, Italian Renaissance and Canova Marbles and other desirable objects Belftngtng to the Estate of the Late ' AUGUSTUS KOUNTZE ESTATE OF THE LATE JAMRS BT1LL MAN AND SEVERAL PBIVATE OWJfgJlBl The Sals Will Be Conducted by MR. THOMAS E. KIRBY AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION Managers 7, i and 0 Halt 33d St.. Madison 8j. South. High Yield Bond Values Tables SHOWING RETURNS 6 to Kr'0 Cnrerlnc the rt 4. 4.4. 5. 3H, 0, OK, 7. 7i and !. Maturities, 6 months to 30 rears, srml-annual porlods. riUCK SO. OTHER BOOKS n.v Mo.NTtio.MKnr noixixs romertihle Herurlttes . .S.OO .Money und lmetments 3.34) llonil. Hlock and Interest Tables 7.00 Municipal and Corporation lloiuls I. on Storks and Their Market l'laces. 1 .00 ImcMiirs' Itecnrtl Itonk .... 1.00 Double Method Interest Tables. 74c At llooksturrs or l'mtpsld by iiltflitaucml J?iit)lioiiiii0 So Controlling thn publications of Montgomery Itolllns. HradQUar uri in America for all books upon finance. IJ JOV SIII1XT nOSTON.MASS. RELIGIOUS Ar.t'ERTIAEMENTS, PAGANISM VKHSCS CHRISTIANITY THE DEVIL'S cotivrrurEir Or Tlir Sl'PKFMK fCltinCB BR0ADHURST THEATRE f 4tthSt.,W.ofB'way SUNDAY EVE., March 2nd, PASTOR E.E. FRANKE Ml Fmlly lloekrll, Pianist. Mr. N. 1. I.lnil.cy and .Mr. Vm. Slclp). Solol.l.. SEATS FREE IIOIHtH (ll'KN 7;IS P. ,M. I.r.l 1 t ill. AIM P. .M. fcS DEMONSTRATION IN If 10 III I I7IU0 VIOUHLILinU iir r i tin- rrucuicur orunriin m no. uLitLiikiL uuiincnu j, on Kl How to brinR your inner-moy,. Icsnc into cn outward msiu t-iaiion. ri r-ninrrnw at A P. M. AT COHAN THEATRE IlltO 11) IV At AT 4.11111 T. Ilonri open at p, M. NJ ALL ARE WELCOME XCOME kl IIAPTIHT. M0UNTM0RRIS BAPTIST CHURCH h Ave, between ISCth and 117th SI,. JOHN ht-KMAN RANDALL 11 A.M - The i'liullons- of Aftcr-Wnr-T'lie In ihe hurch ' i M Tin '. Inl Man a r.esjmr.sibli lly -In Jerea Hulldlnv IJie New World." MADiSUN AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH MADISON AVENUE CO S18T ST. DR. CHARLES A. EATON, PASTOR WILL I'll EACH AT II A. M. ' K P. M. I(e. M, llll. I.MAN. , Katoit (lues for Men und M omen's Hlhle Clues unite to celebrate Itoser WlUUiin, Memorial. Aildreenee b Mr. I., 0. Kd wards I him Dr. t', , fr.iiton. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. John Roach Straton, D.D. 10 I". "The All SulTlclent Christ" S.'A I, Mile Sinner and a l.srice ynvlnr" "Viri'ii ahni k HAPrittT ciiiiicii,- I to Went nth Street. 1)11. (OUNKI.MS M'OKI.FKIN, at 11, SuniUv School. .10 A M .Mr (lillu-rt II Mimiaitue Leader Men's Cla, 9.40 .Mrs Mertett. l,eadrVniiien's Class. Hi. " " chrisYian sciKNcer Hettlces are held In the followlnc CHKIHTIAN SC1KNCB CHCKCIIK9 BundsTn, A. M. Slid I P, U. VellneefIsy,, ft P M. First rhurch Central Psrk West Hth St. lircend Cliim-h-'entral Park Went 4 nth. St. Ililr-l Church KSth Ht. k Midlson Are. Fourth Chnrcb-mth St. Ft. Wsshlmton Are. Fifth Churrh-Aeollan Cone. Hall, S4 W. Cd St. till tli Church MJS Anthony Are., llroux. Ferenth Churrh-M0 V. IM, 11 A. M. only, F.ljlith Church Subwsy Hid . seth A Us. Are. Uedford Psrk Society, UU llriin At,., oa Sunday, II A M. only CONtlRF.OATlONAI.. BROADWAY TABERNACLE HHOADIVAY AND IMTII STHKKT. II 'Hullillw n lletler World" "Wlint Ihe War lies Taus-ht Us" MANHATTAN CHURCH, Dr McKI.VEEN 11 A I snd S P. M. DIM i.i: OF Htlsf CIIHINTIAN. CKNTIIAI, IIHISTIA III lU ll II! IVrat Silt Xtreet. Dr, Flnl. Iillemnn, Pa.ler. Bermnn at 11 A. M. M Soldiers' Supper and UoclaU HELIOIOffl Anvr.rtTI3EMr.NTH. DIVIN1C SCIKNTK. First Church of Divine Science Grand Halt Hoom, WaMorf-Aitorla. Service Susfiar, 11 A. M. Speaker. Rer. W. JOHN MURRAY, Pailor. flubjsct: "1IEAWINO rott THE DESRllT". Artult Illble Class 10 A.M. , ETHICAL, ClXTlltK. THK HOCIKTV IXMl KTlllt'AL, CL'l.TL'HK of New York. Peundsd 1T. CKNTRAI, 1'ARK WERT ANI S1TII HT. fldnda Mornlns;, March Sd, at 11 o'clock. Speaker! Mil. HonACE J. HTlinOKS, Subjaet: 'CHAHI.HH 1I('KKNI' WITH Amaui IWTBItHKN'OMINATIONAl.., METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE, Cor. Urosdtrmr and 04th 8t, 11 llsv. J08EIMI Yf. KEUr. The Pastor and Dr. U J. Dsncrflsld. 3 JO Monthly Prophetic Conference Subject! 'The Church's Attitude Towards l'ressnt Day Kventa " Speaker, Itev. Davld Miller, Drooklyn, Monday, at 8, Prayer tor Ratival. GOSPEL TABtKNACLE MTU RT. AND sTH AVE. Krr. A. D. SIMPSON, rastor. Services 10:45 A. M. and t:it 1. M. Kvancellst Frank A, MlUrr of Chlraeo will conduct a two weeks series ot Evan retiatin R.rviM. rf.n r.Twnt Saturday). belnnlnr March 2nd. Services endlnr eunaar. March ltth. NATIONAL BIBLE INSTITUTE 111 West Itth Street. ItKV. J. SrKNCER KKNNABD. lilt I. ., "The Foundatlona of the Chris- tlan Faith." JEWIHIf. BETH-EC TKMI'l.E FIFTH AVE. AT 71TH HTHEF.T 1EV. DR. SAMUEL. SCHULMAN SATURDAY MOrtNINO (Sermon) 10!lt SUNDAT MOItKINO AT KI.KVDN THE CHALLENGE TO AMEKICA'8 COKSCIF.NCB LUTHEllAN. THE CHURCH OF THE ADVbNf uroaawaj ac viru oireti. Hsv. AUGUSTUS STEIMI.E. D. D.. Pastor. I P. .. "The Sins of ,the Tongue." WerJneiday Erenings During Lent A series of sermons on trnleal Lenten Hymns from the various periods of the Church's Llfo, beginning ASH WEDNESDAY. March 5, 8 P. M. Preparatory Service and Communion, Sermon Tttplci The Creek Period St. Andrew of Crete. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. OLD JOHN UTRKET Clll'IU'H. Runrtav. 11 A. M. 7:10 P. M. Special Thursday Service, 1 P. M. (March) Aaarese ny nr. jonn r. parson, rwor Central Presbyterian Church. Brooklyn. MADISON AVE. CHURCH, GOTH ST. Rev. RALPH IV. BOCKMAX, Pli-D., Tastor, 11:00 "Joy In Duty." 1:00 "The Wilt to Finish."' Selections from Mendelssohn's "BlllaJi." :00 Social Tea. Htrangcrs Welcomed. NEW C'lll'R II (WweilenhorgUui). NEW CHURCH, S5lh St. between Park and Lexington Aves. The Itev. Jt'I.IAN K. SMTTH. Pastor. Holy Communton, 10:15 A. M. Service,, 11. The Paetor will preach. Subject: "Tho Call to tho Souls of Men." All are Welcome. NEW THOL'OIIT. 11N1TV KOt'lKTY. PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY 168 West 87th St.. Opp. Carnegie Hall. Sunday. 4 P. M.i Monday. 1 P. M. KATHARINE KflOLBSTON. Speslter. Vou Can Demonstrato Prosperity." ANNA C. NDI.I.K, 221 West 72d St.. Sunday, 1:50. Teaches how Open forum follows lecture. Tit ESIIVTF.R1AN. First Presbyterian Church IN THE CITr OF NEW YORK. Founded KM. Old First. Vnlverelty Place, Madison Hquare Foundation. FIFTH AVENUE, 11TH TO 12TH STREET 11 A. M. Rot. Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick. P. M. Rev. Dr. George Alexander. THE BRICK CHURCH Fifth Avenue and Thirty-seventh Street. ,,.,, I William Plersnn Merrill. Ministers j Tho,l0rB Aln,worth (Ireent. DR MERRILL preachee at II MR. OltEF.NE preaches at I. Illble (School at O 10. Men. Illble flaftfl at 10 The Sacrament of the Lord Supper will be celebrated St tile C1ne nl tno mornlnr service. NOONDAY SERVICE dally at K 19 FIFTH AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN" CHURCH riflh Aenne and Flfly-flfth St. Iler JAMKS PA1JIKR, I'h I .Asxx'lste r,,tor. Service, nt 11 A M. and 4:10 P M. Rev. William H. Hopkins, D.D., will preach at both services. Illble School at 30. Men's Class at 10 Wednesday at 1 15 P M . In the Chapel, REV. JOHN rilAHLHI HAI'SCHEH. I. 1. WEST END PHESnVTERIAN. Amsterdam t'or. HMth. Dr A EDWIN KEIllWIN preachea It. la Thle the Peace for Which Wo Have Hncrlflced" ' "8. "Young Man, Come Across"' Frld,y. 8 t'ount Toietoy lecture, HussU." Illustrated Cl.'hJ I LfAl PHES11VTEKIAN CHUHCH. 51adl,on Ave. and S7th Kt. r.cv.VlltonMerlr-Smlth.U.D.. Pulor 10 A. M, Men's Hlhle Class. 11 A. .M. Iter. E. C. IXHIENSTINE. 4 10 P M Sacrament of lord's Mupper FT. WASHINGTON "'EftV1 lanlel Hoffman Martin, I). I).. Mini. lee. 11 00 -"The Monotonous Piakrsm o( Hln." " It Dr. Maltlan.l Marllelt speaks on 'Some Evperlonce, with the Hoy Over There " HXfr.l'AIIK PHMIIVTEHIAN CHI KCII, Aliulerdiuil Aenile nnd SSh street. Rei, Anthoii) II. Etaua, I), ., Pator. Dr. Etaus wl 1 preach at 11 A.M and k P M. i:enlnic Subject' "Maltlnr the Ideals of Christ, Practical." mllRTM PRESH VTERIAN C1HJRCU. ruunin M,t Kmi av.. tut t. KDOAH WHITAKEK WORK, D. !., Paslor. Ilr WOKK preaches II and I. RUTGERS PHKHnVTKRIAN CHURriL llroadwar and 7 id Kt. The Pastor Her. 11 S.NIKI, HCSSEI.U I). I)., lil irch at 11 A M and P M. MADIHON Ave. I'reshyterTaii Churr'hT Northeast Corner f 7Sd Ht, Hev. Henry Slonne ColTlii, D, II., Pnatnr. 4:30 -LYMAN ABBOTT. FORT GEORGE St. Nlehrlas Are. and ISOtli Ht. 11 I.) man R. Hartley. M A., Minister, preachea. 1 Itev nohert R Marquis ' YlUlTF.STANT F.I'IKt OI'Al . St. George's Church Is on lth Ftreet, Kast of Sd Avenue. All Seats Are Free. Her. KAItl, HEIL.VND. D. I)., Rector. HUSD.1Y MKRVfCF.S. 8, 11 (Rector) anil I Ash Wednesday Service injS0A. M. (HKCTOn). All Angels' Church irKST F.ND Al P.. AND IHT STHKKT. Rev. t. le Iinrey Townsend, D. D., Iteetor, Holy Communion I A M. Jloiv Communion at Hermvndteclorjll A M ' !Kensone iHev v J D.Thomas).. P M. AHH WF.DNF.KDAV. I Hoi)- Communion ... I A M Mornlns; Prayer Hermon (Hector) 11 A M 1 I HietilnB Prar Dully throughout lut, i u I el Church ot the uoioved Disciple slth St . near Madlmn An, ItKV HKNHY II. HAHHIH.H, II I), nector Service, nt 7 lit. 10. 11 A M illev Dr charlea P TlnUer), P M. i Hector) FOOTER'S! COMMUNION HKItVICK In C at 11. BPKCIA1. MUHIC. vocal and ln,tru t mental, at i, Including duet "leive Divine", by Plainer, ana narp soio -.ions wiiuout tVordu," by Ilubes. VIOLIN 'CEI.LO. HA 11 1', OltOAN. All welrnnte. ASCENSION Sill Ave. M 10th ht. Itev. Dr. Percy Mlrkney (Irv.nt, Rector, 11 ' A Menace to tho clery." Hector 4 Music Mendelssohn s 'Saint Paul.' Furum Dr llto. W Klrchivey THRI.nOH HtTCATION " TRINITY CHAPEL AVest 5MI (St.. near Rrnadany. I a. M The Ho.y Comniunlou. HA M Hu!y Coiiiiituiilou Mod Aiuiiuii 4 P. M i:enlnc Piaer 4 45 PM letrurtlon on Christian Dofltire, oilAt'K t lit IH'II. HroadHa) ajid Hull St. Her. Charles Ul Mattery, D. D Hrrlor, I, II (Ulshop Thouus), 1 (The lleclor) Ash Wednesday, March 6 1, 11 (Tbe Itsctor), 1210, I, itF.t.iniors aiiv nitTisr.M nvrs. riiOTlSHTA NT l'.l'ISttll'AI. CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION Msdlion Avenue and SSIll Street. The Bv llo re Percy SUtrr, Hector s A, 31. -Holy Crinimuulon, A. M.- Holy Ciinununlt 11 11 A. M, Holy Cummutilun Kermmi (Ilrctor.) 4 P. M. Choral Evenionj. Address by Hector Special Music Violin and Organ. ASH WEDNESDAY It A. M. Holy Communion DSllV Inf.n Ud,l...d -11. 12:30 to 11:15. Wednrs.lsy ami Friday at iv a. .m, -ruesiiny ni s j'. 31. Sunday School nt IMS. Me COomas's hurcb KIPTir AVU ,n.l tr.ill UT Hev. Kll.VEAT M. HTIKKS, U. D., Hector. ,J A;.J1' Holy Conimunlun, "-Mornlnir Scrvlca ami herinon (Itctorl. ' evensong and Address (lloctor), Hour of Organ Music. Ash Wednesday, 11 and 4 (Hector). Dally tnten services. 10! S (Hector!, CALVARY CHURCH 4At,?,ury'm! a. " ""wyum, ii,uu!t:K, iiecior. rlces 8. 10. is and 11 A M. (Hector). l!10, Organ llecllal. i.k ,r- JI" "Service of Lights" Ash Wednesday, Till, lilo, and 11 A. If. ana s r. it. UIUIICII OF HT. MAKV THK V11U11N. . w 11J West 4(lh Street. ,J?Z Masses 7jJ0, !I3, . Holemn Mass ??.,r8erJ",n "!'v S. P. Uelany. u. D.). ;..E.VC"K""'' Vespers of the Dead. 5. Asli i eilnr.daj 1 Low Maenes 7. 8. I!10. oimn Mnes and Sermon (Itev. S. P. De riTii '2-; 4 s- Vespers and Sermon ... n. wniienenni Church of 2lon & St. Timothy n ,..?" West S7th Street . KBK-DKK,'K H1ROKSS. Jr.. Hector. , Jlonnrmailon. Preacher, lll.hop Hurch. Er,""ng Prayer. Prescher. the Hector, ST. STEPHEN'S "' " n-w-r- Rot. NATHAN" A. SKAGLl';, j ,VliStor Dr. Cyrus Towp.end Ilrady preach,', ip! jl". Alh Weilneidiv. S. 11. t, 8. i-Trlni,; L' , ?F T,,H INTl.IM'HSSIoy n.l My Hroadnay and IS5th Sr. ill'' n0 . M. 4:00 P. M popular Ves v7;i ?? "";l"l Organist. Helen 1-M rv I llnl,t' "or-nc- Vtassl. 'Cellist. s.QO. nvemona- nnd Sermon. SAINT Kl.NATlllM' CIIUHCH, ,...5' Kn'1 Ava- "'h St. Rev. WILLIAM PITT MeCUNE. ReotST. Maisci. 7. 8, 9!J. 11. keepers snd Henettlctlon: t. CiiritC'II OF THK TH.VNMhui'ltATlON. 1 Esst :5th St. un HOflHITON. Rector. 9. H1!10 A. M. ft I a I p. M. EOLISE DU ST. KSPHIT. 45-47 E. 17tS St. Service dlvln e illmanche a 10 h. 30. Il'V. A. V. 1V1TTME1ER, Hecteur. RtS FORMED ( lit KCII IN AMKR1CA. COLLtUiATt CHUHUH OF NEW YORK THE MIDDLE rllfRClI, Id Are. and 7th St. Rev. Edgar Franklin Homlr. Minister, will preach at 11 A. M. and If.V. THE MAHIILi: CIITJR CII, 8th Ave. and JSth St. Rev. DAVID JAS. UUltKELL,D.D..MlntStsr. Her. Frederick P. Shannon. D.D., of tha Reformed Church on the Heights, Ilklyn.. will preach 11 A M. "The uioomlnir Th-irn." I P.M., "The Religion of Abraham Llneala." llin CHURCH OF RT. NICIIOLA. !.th Ave. snd 4th St. , Malcolm J, MacLeod. Minister. 'I Bervlcee 11 A. M. nnd 8 P. M. Dr. MacLeml preaches In the mornlns; and In the evening Gaul's "Holy City" wlllj he rendered by tho choir, with brief ad- drees by tho Pastor. mE west end cncRcn. I West End Are. and 71th St. Rer. Henry Evertson Cobb. 1). D.. Mlnlstsr. will preach at 11 A. M. and 4:30 P. U. At 4 JO P. M . Fpeclnl Music. Mendelssohn's "Hymn of Praise." THE FORT WASHINGTON CHDRCn, Fort Washington Ave. nnd lHlst St. Rer. IRVINU H. HEltO. 1. D.. Minister. II A. M, Hev. (leorge W Hay. D.D.. of. Piedmont College, Oeorula. will preach. P. M., Dr. Herg "III preach. "The Hook nlth Seven rivals," belns; tha third of a series of sermons on ' The Hook of Revelation." All Seat, Free. REFORMED Cllt'ltCll OF II ARLElt. Lenoi Avenue and 153d Street. Hev. Edgnr Tllton, dr., 1). 11.. Minister, will preach nt 11 A. M ami 8 P. M. SPIRlTt'.W.HM. HKST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH Circle xtiull,, Hide. A Coliiiiibii, Circle, Sunda nt Eight P. M. Mmrp, LEARN THAT SPIRIT COMMUNION IS TRUE Mrs. l. A. milium., In.plrnllonnl Speaker, rt'll lecture. Me,Hncce given. i viruti m $oui$ KOI ItTH AVENUB AT :0TH STREBT. Founded 1811. WM. L. SULLIVAN, D.D., Minister. 11 A. M. "Dangers, Limltaticna, and Advantages of a Lergucof Nations." A COHDI I, tyBM'nilB TO A LT I.F.NO AlKNUi; I MI'tlll XnT'HURCH, Corner ltlel Strict SertWs at 11. "AHIDINO FOt Ml VTIOVs f KKI.IlilQN" RKV F A tlll.MOHE 10 M l.ertur ' onfernnce "Rnlli ne l.ilerullire." THANK HAKKB. "The Mare with Ti IW (IIAtlhl, MA Y I.. IIF.CKF.lt S r M Fnruin lti.'hxrd Roberts. lCnKM.h writer and wholar. "DeinocrHi v Ht the I rn.e ltiiid.." CHURCH .MESSIAH li a. m. iiAKvr.r di:k hhoivn, "THK Ft H UK Clll ltClli ItCI.KilOCH CMNIC ANII HXPKHIHKNTll, M1IUR.1 TDKV?" S ' P M I'utin I. vn Tolefov, "HfiSIA AND i,ko Toi.srov.; I MVKIINVI.KT The CHCIICH of the IIIMSF, PATKHNITVi Central Park We. I nnd :Slli St. I1U.NK OI.M Kit ll.M.I.. 11 D., PnsUir. villi preach Ht II A. M, miki.pjioh to Kvt: tiik ivoni.n." jin-yiv.piiicu. TheowiplllHl Hdet' i Independrntl ), 1.1 Went 4Sth SI i'liblh 1 r'o undiy even Ins. S tl. "ImmoriHlirv " n.luard Herr mann Pub.lc luietlnR for r i,uers Friday eenlnss V. M. 1". A. Dr. S. PARKES CADMAN "The Pro.peetn of a !' rmanent Pence." Sur.dHj t" I' M Mn ,.nn Pres. Hedford Hr VMC V.11JI lledfurd. H'lilyn. Urenlest Men'e M n .i 1 r 'Slcr NT fit si. v i ( a . :ii w i st . sun. rr.M". iiii. .i. iiciti. im:mikin, "TIIK OTIIF.R I'KI.UIIV." "I.e.gnni of 'h'' War. ' Mr .lunas J.lppmnn. f it "h,hi,i:"m in'" ' i:a "F'swrioNs," l.M. ". A.. COI l F . HA'ON, 6 XV. IMHi. SI'VDAV 4 P M OrilF.lt -A'lOIMI K.-4 PUBLIC MEETING IN THE INTER EST OF THE AFTER-WAR-TIME General Subject What the Churches Did During the War and What They Are Preparing to Do Now Speakers: DR. WILLIAM ADAMS BROWN MK. UtUKUt U. I AMUL7H MOUNT MORRIS BAPTIST CHURCH Fifth irnue nnd l.'Ktn street, u SUNDY. Mrri2, 1919. st 1I:C0 A. M. Sears Philosophy I lnkr life llahU hrre ftiul hiMftr. fa winning iuif it any-wDre. ij Dftur Notwortf -Hut Ulfrarmt. Wt a.u i t R'wi v at tnienon nsnxre th . Sunday II a.ra..F.W. Soars. M.P.Oralor . iluhl,., tt I I'll lll.t.MKt" lllr lecture bv tv Wonderful msn. BEYOND THE GRAVE Lecturer: I. F. HOSKIHS i. Vi 1.1 T ! DOYERS STREET . r. a CI', i i trf No rMeclion. V 'fin 8orlty T j N'liliM A.W Sunt. I I II