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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1920.
7 1 ticioiiii ApycKTnMca. T Rcr.ioioPB An vntTiHKireHT. H l i i' .CLOTHING MAKERS BLAME THE MILLS (torment MnniifnctiirCrs 1'nss Profilco.-ing Clinrffo On lo Woollen Men. GOODS SOLI) AT A LOSS Allege- Tliey Are Compelled lo Accent Unnoptilnr Sly.k'.s in Tiiimp PiiroiuihTS, Tour inanuf,idurern of clothing, sum mimed to iijipoar yentcrdny lie foro Arthur William, Federal Food Administrator, to explain truiiHitrtloni) In cloth In con nection, with which prontocrltiR was PUDpoctvil. niado vljoroua denials of tlio clmriw, hut exposed factory practices involving combination nalca which wore called factor In lh preecnt high price of clothlns which will be Investigated bv tho Department of Justice. Several days as;o Mr, Williams w.u notified; that bales of cloth purchased recently at a nominal (Inure wens belnis placed on the market at a much higher price. After Department of Juitlce agent had Jnvcstlsateil ftvo representa tive of the concerns of Slnkln&Oriichen of 15 East Twoniy.sl.vtli street, Welnrcb s Horowitz of 1H0 Broadway, and Jlyman & Pimler of 13S East Twenty. fifth street wer called Into 'Mr. "Wlll lams'A otllce. Invoices and other data In connection With their recent purchases and saleu were produced, and the manufacturers proved that their margin of profit on tho cloth beftiff Investigated ranced be tween $ and. U cents. It was explained that to obtain certain ltlnda of cloth It was necssary for the manufacturers, to make blanket purchases ot unpopular or out of style material. This was the only way tho mills could eet rid Of thl3 cloth. It waa assorted. Herman Cliryatal of the Welnreb & Horowitz concern said In connection with this out of style material that 'K ront loss was suffered. Coats made from It were sold to retailers at a loss of as high as $7 a garment. He said Ms company made up 1,000 coats from another unpopular grade of cloth at a cost of $4 Oa- sarrmer.t and was (orced to sell these to tho retail trade at 27SC0. Ho paid : "Women refuse to buy anything but tho highest priced clothing. A woman camo to our retail store and liked a 'cot which sho said she would buy When she found Its price 930 she re fused It, saying she was prepared to pay 1100 or even more. This Is typical of the general attitude of buyers." Mr. Williams took the cases under ad Tlscment and ordered the .men to submit to him lists of the retailers which pur chased the clothing which hart been dis posed of at a loss. Their statements will be checked up and upon the finding fur ther action will depend. SOCIALISTS FACED BY OWN WAR VOTES Continued roi First Page. the labor of able bodied male persons i i between the ages,, ot 18 and 60 not engaged In a lawful business, occupation, t trade) or profession, v AV!ththe exception ot the last named bill, which was opposed by Assemblyman J. Fairfax McLaughlin, the Socialists were tho sole opponents of each of the measures mentioned. Mr. Stcdman objected to tho testimony concerning the attitude of the Socialists on the general . .appropriations uliW which covered the naval and military maintenance appropriations on the ground that, as the bill Included many Nolhcr items. It wa,s not shown to what the Socialists objected, but the evidence was admitted after It had been shown that the only votes recorded in the nega tive were those of the Socialist members. Mr, Stedman also objected to the testi mony of the Socialists' attitude on the bill to provide for publication of the law regarding desecration ot the flag on the ground that it provided for only 10,000 copies to be circulated among 11,000,000 people. The Socialists, he said, thought that an insufficient number, but Mr. Conboy's rejoinder that they did not want even 10,000 s?nt out drew no reply. At'the completion of this line of tes timony Mr. Stedman asked to have it ail stricken from the record on the ground that tho Socialises were not charged with having voted Improperly on any measure presented to the House. His objection was overruled. Algernon Lee. former Socialist Alder man of New York city, was tho chief witnesH of the day and was examined t length by Martin Conboy. Mr. Conboy questioned him as to the reason for the adoption ot a general strike provision In tho Socialist mani festo drawn at the Chicago convention In September, 1919. Leo admitted that It was his opinion that conditions at that time did not ! warrant tho calling ot a general strike, but said that the provision waa adopted against the day when it might be re garded as necessary. He failed, how exer, to reconcile this with testimony yesterday that the anti-sabotage clause adbeen eliminated from the constitu tion In 1917 because tho element advo cating sabotage had eliminated itself from tlie party. A Stnto conference of civic and. labor organizations has been called here for tn-monow afternoon to prritest against the ousting of the Socialist Assembly man. Tho affair has been called under the auspices qf the committee pt seven' (teen and will meet at the Sons of Italy ' Mali at 1 o'clock. About S00 representa tives aro expected. Including delegations from the Central Federated Union, the City Club of New York, the Women's Trade Union League and the Humani tarian League. Labor unions in prac r Mcally every city in the State will ba represented, and the speakers will In- elude Edward I. Hannah, president of the Central Federated Union: Alfred I Irayes and McAllster Coleman ot the I commttea of forty-ght: Judg Jacob i I'anken and Abraham Bhplacoff of New h York. GAYNOR'S PROTEGE OUT AGAIN. IlnfTj'a ury IllanRrem nnil lie la Released In SI, 500 Hall. The argument of Mlrabeau L. Towns, it friend of former Mayor Oaynor, ob-' talred for George 11. Duffy, 32. long Mayor Gaynor's protege In the courts, a seml-vlndlcatlon before Justice Kapper: In Brooklyn yesterday' The Jury went ut at noon and returned ten hours i totei, confessing inability to reach ap agreement The Jurors were discharged, i and Dudy was released in J 1,500 ball I while the District Attorney . decides whether to try-tho case again. i Duffy was accusal of stealing three1 cares of whiskey In May, 1919, from John A. KasVs saloon at to Third avc-' nue. Brooklyn, but Mr. Towns built up an alibi, and contended that Duffy found tlie whiskey the day after the robbery, not knowlnf the goods were stolen. 4 0. S. OFFICIALS FEAR FARMERS' UPHEAVAL CoiiHiiiirii from Vagr, Inal maikets to bo served by parcel post nil cot. "I sell butler to the dealer for 43 cents n pound," Ills letter fluid, "and the sanje butter sells tohe consumer for 80 Miits pound.' in tho distribution wo lose nearly linlf mid wo lor money on the butter" at the first price. Hucn con ditions nre causing the ftirniorH In li-uve tbn farm by thn thousands. Wo have reached a crisis, "You may nsk what wo would do with tlm nilildlo mn, I will suRgest that It bo arranged for them in go on the farm and help produce things, I understand that they might not relish wnrklifg four teen hours a day, but If wo get by tho near future there will have lo bo rome useful work done by eveiy one," Declaring that ho works a 210 nrrs farm without help nnd that hundreds of other 'fa'rmenl are doing tho name, n Hovere, Mo mini declared that "tho place to start to lower (ha cost of living Is to cut the wages In the city, which have called our farm help there. Wi nced tliein on the farm to help Increithoi production and then we can cut the cost of living." Ills return for List year averaged $1 n day for himself, n White Water, Mo man said: "I hope soon to see the fanner and consumer going hand In hand, If not then I nm nulltlng." "I have Just finished figuring up what the eggs, poultry "nnd cream that I sold last year brought me," another farmer said, "and I will not .be In the business next year." Tho tendency nuny from the farm to the city was blamed by another middle Western farmer tor the high cost ot liv ing. "I attribute it a great deal," he wrote, "to the good times in the cities. The young men can go to the city and get big pay for eight hours' work, while farmers have to work fourteen to sixteen hours a day at hard manual labor, AH of the young men In this vicinity ofliiny account go to the city and there are only a few old men loft to farm." Declaring that while the farmer his Id take what tho commission man and retailer will pay him for Ills product he is compelled to pay whatever tho dealer nsks for his clothes, farm machinery and other necessities, another farmor said: "Farmers work troin twelve to sixteen hours a day. City labor worka six to eight hours a day. Tlie city man makes two or three times as much as tho farmer. Tho farmer labors and pro duces, but gets a smaller return than any other class." 'The time Is coming, If not here," an other letter declared, "when the con sumer and tho farmer will absolutely have to deal direct with ono nnother. The middlemen want a. larger profit than we are getting while at'the eamo time1 the farmer does the hard work." Declaring that "great evils confront us to-day and hypocrisy s In full sway," n letter from a Hagorstown, Mil., THE NEAR EAST SITUATION As Told by An Eye-Witness HIPPODROME . Sunday, February 1, 3 P. M. Admit sion Free. Doors Open 2:39. CAPTAIN GEORGE B. HYDE just returned1 from the Near East, where he was in charge of Relief Work, will tell of the HORROR IN ARMENIA, where men, women and little children are starving and freezing to death. Captain Hyde will also tell of the , splendid work being done by the Near East Relief in alleviating the sufferings of this" stricken nation. HON. .JAMES W. GERARD former Ambassador to Germany and RABBI STEPHEN S. WISE will al addreis tlie meeting. JUSTICE ABRAM I. ELKUS Will Preside , DO YOU KNOW . That Herbert Hoover says: "In Armenia is the most desperate situation in the world"? That two million Armenians are alive to-day because of American s generosity? That 800,000 people in Caucasus will perish of starvation before the next harvest, unless American help is continued? If you want to hear the TRUE FACTS about the appalling con ditions in Armenia and Syria attend this meeting to be held under the auspices of ' NEAR EAST RELIEF One Madison Avenue, New York City CLKVELANn II. IiODtJE, Trcaeurer. For resened seats call Vanderbllt Wj7. Children there are, in footl denied Vienna, who have never seen or tasted milk." And tr& is tlie Vienna, remember, whose surfeit of gayety and the good hings of life was proverbially typical of the very utmost of well fed good cheer. Read, to-morrow, in the MAGAZINE SECTION ot NEW YORK and The description of the Appalling Misery of Starving Vienna TO-MORROW farmer redi "To reduce the cost of my foodstuffs to tho consumer you must first furnish men with first class labor at reasonable wages and, second, you mutt eliminate thousands of middlemen who nro robbing the people wholess.li," "Tl price of everything tho farmer has to buy Is still going up nnd tho Humility wo run raise and put on tho mnikot Is stendfly going down," a Mis sourl farmer wrote, "I am a sm farmer nnd don't do much else, Wo aro all loynl citizens, but lliore Is an awful uneasiness," "If you would reduce the cost of liv ing," another farmer Mid, "curtail the poiuilullltlen which are now afforded capital to hoard and profiteer tinder fnka le glslnl Ionthen efforts will produce results." DELANGEY ST. CARSTO RESUME Move IlrstiK From Tiiriilnir Hack MiiilUim Line (o (Mvne-rs, When tho Fourth nnd Madison avenuo Mir face J I no is sopafatcd from tlio Nw Yoik iliillwnyM system ut midnight to night nnd restored to Kh owner for In dependent, opt ration It will huve. to stop running its cji-s across mo Williams- bun,' Urldgo to Brooklyn, an It hold no franchlto for that privilege, Federal iluilgCoiutlus M. Mayer, Inking that mot Into consideration, sent an order 'yes terday to Job IS. Hedges, receiver of the .Vow York Hallways, directing him lo restoro partial service; of tho Delnncey Mi eet storage bnttery lino so that ears will rontlnuo to operate to tho brldgo though not ncrosB It. Tho Hoard of Kstlmnle did nothing yesterday with Mayor Hylan'B proposal to provldn nn cxtniislvo city bus system to replace tho surfaco lines. Ilecauso ot tho Illness of (irovor A. Whnlen, Commissioner of riant and Structurcr, tho iiucHtlon wan deferred until next week, J Yesterday's Fires A. 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AnmnlufTer Trifling 4 :30 B 1. 44th t., unknown Trifling HERALD IN SUNDAY PULPITS, Topics of Tlinoly Intercut ilio TIiimiips Chosen by Many Ministers. ST. AONES CJUPKf,, Weit Ninety-second Mrent-Tlio Kev. W. W. Ililllner will preach t the It nnd 4 o'clock Mrvlrei, MArtnr.H coluioiatb cittmoif, fifth aveiuiaDr. Dsvld Jumea Duri-olt will preach at both rrvlof. n A, ( "Suecesi in One Hylluble." I 1', M "Ulrlna Heallnr." riPTH AVBNUH IU1T1ST pnUItOH, wet rnrly-alxth atrent Tim leadr of the men Ilible clam In innnow will be Mr. J, Inward Ardroy; lubloct, "Commerclallilnr Ilelltlon," THKOHOI'HICAI, SOCIETY, l!l West Fifty elirhth itrret-Sumiay at ills llenoul H. Out tell will Himk on "The lilntory of the Hum an Ilody," HICCONn rrtESIIYTEniAN CIIUnCH, Cen tral I'irit Wcit st Mnety-tlxtli sliiot-Dr, Itntwrt Watson will proaoli at It o'clock on "Tlio Man with Ono Jiloa," nnd at S on "Tho First Pmlth," VOnr WABIIINOTON rrtKSBYTBniAN CIIUItCH. Drondway nt ttllh street-ll A, M.. The Lonl's Hnpper and publlo reception of new nienibors. 5 1. M speelnl musical pro irnmme, HHOAUWAr l'llKSnYTCHIAN CIIUIICH. conic llllli street-Itr. Wulter I, Uuchsnsn prciiciies nt it on "A Iresslug Quostlou," At I', M., a ieUl mutlesl service, the sjeitnl esTilatn, llosslnl's "Stabnt Mater,'' will 1)0 rnnilciil, tout a Konnu I'ltusnYTnuiAN CHUltCIf, Hi, Nicholas fienua nt IMllh street -The Lord's Supper will bo administered nt II n'clnek and rcoenlion of new memheru. J Ho ovenlnr will lie devoted to tlio younir lientilo. "Younir Ionl' Nlthl." Mr. Atwell ynu Mr. Jewell of Now York University will hi me spenitors. Tho onuu.il mooting or tins Clllreh will hn 1ia1,I mi Wf.ilnMrlnv nllrht. whenthere will 1o n eelec'loir of now leaders nun ueocons, nna niter the nuslness pari is uvcr a social nour will louow. ,MK8, MAKY CIIAI'IN, Hotel Cnmmodnre- snrvKiv lo-niorrow at n o emeu, sunjrci Jtniiynir uur uniimiieu uenources,'' first cimncir ov niviun rciench. Wnlilorf.Astoria To-racirroW' at 11 the iter, n. John Murray will speak on "After Doath, Wlin tf" Special orirui mimic Irani 11 until una. xiio iiinio cists meets promptly at ;n I'KtTV suuiKTV, Hotel Astor Service to morrow nt 3 oeoek. Mr. Itlrhsjit l.mch's subject will bo "Holy Spirit llnptUm," 8pe. dnl music by Mine, lluttlnettl, Inle ot tho mi tropuiuan, new ciiuncii (SWRDKNnonorAVi. v.,i Thirty-fifth streel-The Ilev. Julian K. Smyth, pnlor, will spenk on "Veiled I'owers ot (he Spirit" at tho 11 o'clock service. Holy lumniumuir win uo auniiiusioreii at lo:m. 12 xsmuaruuA JANUARY CLEARANCE Big Reductions in High Grade NEGLIGEE SHIRTS $2.50 Percales. Nowtl.75 $3.50 M.dni. " $2.65 $S Mains Cord. " $3.45 57.00 Fibre Shirt Now $4.95 510.03 Silk Shirts Now $6.50 Silk Mixture Pajamas, $4.95 . Were $7.00 I'.KMGIOL'S ADVEKTISIUIKN'TS. BAPTIST. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH n'lTOT nnd IDth Strfft. PASTOR I.M.HALDEMAN,D.D. II A. "THE ONCE FOU AM, PAITHi OH, THE TIlAITOIts: WHO HAVE CREPT IX UNAWARES INTO THE JlODEItX I'ttU'ITS AN II THEOLOGICAL SEJIIN Al'tlES." H I'. M. ".MAN (ilVETII IT THE GHOST. and vniEiti: is hk; u in:nr. aki: the KKAll? WHAT AUK THE DEAD? CAN THE LIVING TALK TO THE IIEAK? AN ANSHEK TO SJIl OLIVEK LODGE AND hilt CONAN DOVLE." rrlilny Night, l'ebnmrj- 0, .1 o'elnrk, "Smnnrl, tlie Hook of the Honr." CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH S. E. Cor. M .t. and Amsterdam Ave. FRANK M. GOODCHILD, D. D., Pastor "Is tin Churcli Equal to lis Task?" 8 Special Muslral fervlco. Selections from , Gaul's "Holy City." Tho Pastor will preach on "A Musical Religion." FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH t to 8 West tOth Street. Dr. tVirnetlus Woelfkln at 11. Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. Men's Class, :. Leader, Mr. J, H, Ardrey. Subject, "('ommeictallz Inr Relldon." Women's Was., 9:V Leudfr, Miss Henrietta Itoelofs. Arternoor Service combined with Young People's at 0, CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH S7th St., bet. 6th nnd 7th Avos. REV. JOHN ROACH NTUATON, D. D. 10:30. "Tho Strnnsa History of tha Jews. A Proof of Christ's Uarly Return." 7:43. "Reverence for Ciort's Holy Name and Respect for God's Sacred Day." A discussion of the Third nnd Fourth Commandments. MOUNT MORRIS BAPTIST CHURCH 5th Ave. and 126th and 127th Pts. REV. ALLYN K. FOSTER, D.D. 11 A. M.. Rev. Allyn K. Foster preaches, "The Plain Man" and "Immortality." 3 P. M.i Henry M. Saunders preacnes. .MADISON AVKNUK HAPTLST CHURCH MADISON AVENUE, COR. 31ST ST. Ilev. Georro t'nleh .VI nor. D. II.. I'n.tnr 11A.M. "Thn fhnllenite." ' !1'.M.-1IIK l UI.Oli.Nr; CATHEDRAL. "The I-cicac)' of Leeend." 10 A. M.i MEN'S Class, Rev. A. T. HrooUs. .lUnsON MEMORIAL, WnlilnKtnn Square. A. RAY pktty. Pa.tor. Breaches. 11 A. M. "DFFICIRNT CHRISTIANITY." 3 I . M. UKT ACQUAINTED WITH YOURSELF." Wnslilnxlnn Heights Tlaptlst Church, 145th St. nnd Convont Ave. Rev. HAROLD PATTISON. I). 1). 11 A. M: "Hre nnd There." I P. M. "Abraham Lincoln." Illustrated. CHRISTIAN SC1ENCX. Services nre held In the following CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES flundari. It A. II. and P. lfi Wedneidtji, 3 P. U.V First Chnrch-Centrsl Park West A NUi Bt, Fecond Church-Central Park West A 3tk SL Tldrd Church-lSith St. A Madison Ave. Fourth Chnrrb-mth St. A 1ft. WMfctigtea Ave. Fifth Church-Aeolian Cone. Hall, 84 W.MJ4 Ut. sixth Cherch 1S35 Anthony At Bronx. Seventh Church 112th St., east of Broadway, Hiinaay, ii a. ji. ana :w r. V4h.h rtiii,.l, 1S1 Tt... TT.h fllMA. Nlntli Church-rark Avenue Hotel, 4tU Ave. at 83rd St. Tenth Church-217 VTest 57tb Utrsst. Elerentti ainrch. 552 Rrlites av., It A. M. ntKC RKADINO ROOM. 8 W. 414 It CONGREGATIONAL. BROAD V AY TABERNACLB: BROADWAY AND tCTIt STREET Pastor Dr. Jefferson Preaches 11 and 3. "THE GOOD NEWS" MANHATTAN CHURCH 2dh"5 11 Itev. CHARLES H. rARKH'JItST, U.I)'. OI1NE 8C1F.NCB. First Cnurch of Divine Science Grand Ball Room, Waldorf-Astoria Services, Sunday, 11 A. II. REV. W. JOHN MURRAY, Pislor. "AFTEIt DEATH. WHAT?" Bible Class nt 9:15 A. SL promptly. Huodax School at 11 A, U. I' .nnciM.ES Or OtlRInT CHRISTIAN. I KNflgn, 14) West tltt Bteeel. !!!5!.1VAN rln, IdUmsn. raster, HimCH. Preach., it 11 A. M. - flterioptlcon Leeturo, 'Along the Herder.' KTinOAI, CUI.TUIIK. Nplrl Irltunl aim ICIhlcal SocUty. 14 'J West 11. lie on Tsninla Ilrlehnm. innrnlnir nu vvaninr, jsvoiiing tnenio, "jruliy or , upposiuon," SI0 W, XHh HI, (Just wsat of 7th Ave,) auspices of NATIONAL BIBLE INSTITUTE Tn-nlKlit, KKV. Wif. OAItTKII, I. 1) I'nstor nroK? Av''. I'realiylerlan Church, Ilruok l)n, will apeak, and "Jllir Hon" Austin unit Andy Ilranlo will celebrate the anniversary Sf ,'nelr conversion. Tomorrow nteht, n itnny of Cremorno Sllsslon'a Converts, leil b Hupt. WIM.IAM McOUIinil. "PRESENT DAY MIRACLES!" Klna soloists nt each service, louio and rajoleo with us over the wonderful- way tho Lord bus useil the Jerry JlcAiiley Cremorno Mission rturlne tho past os years, for the reiteneratlon of men nnd -women, Your sympathy, your prayers, your trlf f f. will he welromeil by tho tSom mltteo of Management METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE ?VW."Y ,1(lth fit. Ilev, WIIIAM ALT, AN', 'kA Nth With tho Unseen." . 0011 J'.UJHINO TiirtOUOH THH LAND 'tho Nlgnlflcanee of Pplrltiiullsm a tnutht by filr Oliver l,od; and "onnn Doylo. Prayer .Moetlne, Monday nt ' Mid-week lllble lecture ThurnUy nt , JEWISH. TEMPLE BETH-EL tlh Ave. at 70tli ft, SUNDAY, KUII. 1ST., 11 A. M, Itev. Dr. HA.MUEI. SCI1UI.MAN. "The boiv In the Cloud," A LI. AUK W1CLCOMB. Teunple Kmnnu-EI, 5th Av.ttd St.Bun.,llil5. Ur. Silverman on "The Stornl Influence of Public ami Private Amusements." LUTHERAN. MM Jtev. Aueuslus htelmle, II.D. DrouJway at 83rd SU Services 11 and 3. t'HUItni 01' THE HOLY THINITY fiStli Htrest and Centrul Park West. Itev. Clmrles .1. 8mllti, II, D.. Pastor. Services at 11 A. M. nnd P. M. JIKTHOniST KnsrOPAI ST. PAUL'S METHODIST CHURCH Hflllil Rtrret and Wmt Knfl Avenue. Itev. ItAYMONII L. 10HMAN, U.U., Pastor, 11A.M. "Problems In Prayer." 8 1 M. "The Familiar Witch." 10 A. M, Men'a Forum; "An Ancient Grafter." Tuesday ami Wednesday Kvenlne, 8 P. M, Sueolal Kvangellstlo Meetlnjs. Ur. For. man will spcalt. GRACE METHODIST, W. I04TH rlir.Illl.Hlt K IIKIUV.N HAIlltIN, .niiilster. .Services 11 ami 7 !S. 'mtimenclnir two weeUn' rvlc of Gospel Cheer every night excsrit Monday. John M. Linden, M'eslern KTniuellst, PltnACHEsS BACH KEUVICi:. CALVARY METHODIST CHURCH 1211th Street nnd ,1tli Avenue. .Minister In charite. Itev. II. I.NUUAM. D.D U A, I. Communion and Itcceptlon of .Members. 8 P. M.--"T)ic KtnEshlp of Christ" . Madison Avenue Church, fiOIh St Dr. ItALPH Y. SOCKMAN, Pastor, 11 "The Tfst of I.oynlty" S -llosslnl's "Silut .Mater" 10 A M. -Men's Class -Mr. Paul Sturtrvant C-8 P. M. Social Hour Strangfrs Invited. OLD JOHN STREET Mo'lior Church of American M'oodlsm. Ancient Shrine Rttrarts norld-wldn visitors. P.EV. U n. STREF.TEIl, 1). IJ.. 11 and 7.30. hT. ANDItKW'K .METHODIST CHURCH, 7It)i Htreet end Columbus Avenue. 11 -ALLAN MAC HOSSIE will prenyl. I'.vnngf llstlc Service. Popular Hymns. fonK leader .Mr. Charles Olney .METHOPOLITAN TKMTLK.I M St. 7 Ave.- Itev. JOSEPH W C1IASEY, II. I).. Minister. 11 A. M. .Holy Communion. 8 P. M The Millennial nnd Post-Mlllennlal IlItOOKLYN. WAYFARER 500 Voices from Wayfarer Chorus DR. TALI ESEN MORGAN, Director. Hanson Place M, E. Church Block from Academy of Muaic.B'klyn REV. HARRY KNIQHT MILLER, Pastor NEXT WEEK , GIPSY PAT SMITH rnnrtUAitv s to :i. EVANOELISTIC MEETINt NIGHTLY SEW THOmilT. fy Does the Individual Lose His N Individuality After 3 , Death? A Only living pupil of the late Judge Troward, u:ii c .1, I j. uiua u.. ll TI I ;f I. Ill) me Lire invisioie C ort Theatre 138 W. 48th St. Y i No entrance ree. Doors open at y.ii I 1 MISS VILLA FAULKNER PAGE Founder and Leader of the Fellowship of the Life Moro Abundant, will open In CARNEGIE HALL FEB. 6 lecturing on Friday Afternoons and Even ings. Continuing also by special arrange ment the recent New York work ot the HOLMES BROTHERS, Founders of the Sletaphyslcal Institute, Los Angeles, Cali fornia. Subject, Friday, Feb. 6, 3 P. M, (Chapter Hall), "Three Steps In the Proc ess of Demonstration." Admission. Sub ject, Friday Evening! 8:13 K'hamber Hall), "Law, Not Luck, Spells .Success." Evening Lectures Free. Offering. UNITY SOCIETY OF' Hotel As(or, Sunday, 3 P. M. Mr. Richard Lynch. Sneaker. "Hulv Snlrii Iimj'htat,,. i,p" iucsuati mijv i, ji,, and Wednesday, 3 I'. SI. All Welcome. SIme, Rettlnnettl, Soloist. MRS. MARY CHAPI N Commodore Hallroom, 11 n'olork. "Rallying Our TTnllmlted Ttesources." All Welcome. T NEW THOUGHT THEODORE Q. NORTHRUP. Hotel McAlpIn (Oreen Room), 11 13. "The Spoken Word,'" by special reciuest. NEW CHURCn (STTBDENnonOIAXI. NEW CHURCH 3j11i St., Ret. Park and Lexington Aves. Rev. JULIAN K. SSIYTH, Pastor, Sunday Scholl 10:15. Holy Ccmmunonn 10:13. Service 11. The Pastor will prench. Subject: "Veiled Powers of the Spirit." IinoORLYN. i Ilrnoklyn Society of the New Church. .Monroe Place corner Clark Street. Take Interborough Subway to Clark Street. Sunday School 10 A. SL Service at 11. Rev. Jacob E. Werren, .Minister, will preach. Sublect: "The Little Hook." OTHER SERVICES. DOYERS STREET 3-7. RESCUE SOCIETY. Old Chinese Theatre. Wide Awake (Jospel. Service Nightly, 10 P.M. T. J. NOON'AN. Hupt. SIETAPilTSICALj PRACTITIONER. Business problems. Questions ot succer, uncial requirements and legal dimcultlea. rsonal Interviews.? Mils If. 3. Swanson. 1 sth Avt. Tel. Madison Sq. 1101. INTKIIIIKNOMINATIONAT.. J TheJeny WcAiilqf Gremome Mission! niCMOIOCH AnVICHTISHMKNTH, INTKItDKNOMINATIOVAK NEW YORK CITY TABERNACLE 44TIT flT. AND BTltAV. O, If. MKIKAHDI, Hupt. CLOSING SERVICES - OF CAMPAIGN TWO GREAT MEETINGS SUNDAY 10:45 A. M.-7.-30 P. HI. DR. A. C. GAEBELEIN NKW YOltIC Well Known Autltor and Bible Teacher Editor "Our Ilofc" Magazine EVENING &UBJECT THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS IN LIGHT OP THE BIBLE Everybody Welcome. . Seati Free. BRING A FRIEND. JITJIKH HEItVICER IlItOOKLYN. GOUNOEi'S ORATORIO "THE REDEMPTION" Grace Kerns, Soprano; W.H. Pontius, Tenor; Mary Kent, Alto; Andrea Sarlo, Baritone. Chorus of 20 Voices. CHURCH OF THE PILGRIMS Sunday, February 1, at 7:45 P. M. Henry and Itemsen Hts.. llronltljn. To Wncki from Borough Hall Station of liotli K.it and YCcl Side Huliuys, Rev. Richard Roberts will preach at 11 A. M. and 7:45 P. M. Solo Quarlot and Chorus Choir (it both Scrtlcri. -ats Free. ' OTIIUIt KKHVICEH. THE GREAT SEAL OF JEHOVAH A Bible addrcss on tlie Great Prophecy of Revelation Which Foretells the Most Remarkable Religious Movement in the World. CARlllE B. HAYNES in the Casino Theatre 39th St., and B'way Sunday Night, Feb. 1, at 7:45 o'clock. The Largest Sunday Night Congregation in New York. OUK8TIONS LCBSBTgr AND ANSWERS rlrB.t- 1IRINO A -FIIIEND HIE HEVIL'S TLLEOItPH ANI i i.i.i.-A-i.ii: j or tl PJKt T OK PIIOLC C lK BY PASTOR E. E. SIIVHEIIT THrlATIIi:, 44th Street. IWcHt of U'wajl SUN. EVE., IT.lt. 1st N o'clock. Doors open 7 1 -M. Kollovrd by a DISCOURSE OK "LANDMARKS" IUSTOIVY'9'TninUTE TO 111131, E PHOPHEC FD tr p OUKSTIONS IB I'ltEsnYTBItlAK. BRICK CHURCH Ministers: J T)lfotion, Alnsnorth Oreen. Dr. MERRILL Preaches -at 11 nnd 4. Subjoct, 4 P. M. "The American Tradition. iiiiiae cnooi a i s:iu a. ai. TllhlA nivi.nntlnn flnss nt 10. iieader Pressor CHARLES THADDEU8 TKIIHT. 5:30-8:00 P. M. Younir People's Socjety Social and Supper Meeting;. FRIDAY NOON HOUR OF Ml'Mt" AT 12:1.. Mendelssohn's Oratorio -The Hymn 01 Praise." Soloists, Valirah IUnbury Ellm. belli Smyth. Sopranos: Ceorgo Himlln, Tenor NOONDAY RKHVICE Dally at i::su. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Old rirst, University Tlace and Madison Milium i ouniintlon. ' Rev. Ceorce Alejunder, D. D. Ministers Itev.Harry Emerson Fosdlrk.D.D. I Itev. Thomas Guthrie Speers. Services In University Place Church, cor. 10th St.. one block east of Fifth Ave. 11 A, M, Dr. Alexander will preach. 4 P. M. Communion. 5 P. M. Selections from Oratorio of Elijah. Address by Mr.. Speers. Filth Avenue Presbyterian Church Fifth Avenue and Firtjr-flUh Street. Minister. S n"'- JOHN XKLMAN. D. D. iiinistere Jnev JAMKS PALMF.R. Ph. D. Services at 11 A. M. and 4:30 P. M. Dr. KKLMAN wilt preach. 4-30 P it Subject: "Patriotism." At 4, Organ Recital by Lvnnwood Farnam. Ulble School at 9:30. Men's Class at 10 A. St. Mid-Week Service In the ChaM Wednesday at S:15 P. 31., DR. KELMAN. rFNTRAT PRESHYTERLVN CHl'RCH, V-l-ll 1 IVniii, ,1. , .VS.li Kf Rev. Wilton MarU-Smith. n.D..Paitar 11 A. St. Itev. Wilton Merle-Smith. 4:30 r. M. ROBERT W. ROGERS. II. D. Famous Arrlmeoloclst. Subject! A HCNDLE ur i.i.iir.KM so (.ji.MUitiBs oi.li. Sunday School, 9:15 A. SL Young People's Sleeting, S P. Sf. Wednesday. 8 P. M.. Devotional Meeting. FORT GEORGE '.h J.YMAN R HARTLEY. SI." A.!" SUnuVer. 11 A. M. The Lord's Supper and reception , of New Members. 8 P. SL Younc People's Night. Speakers, Sir. Atwcll and Mr. Jensen oi aev rorn university. HARLEM- Rev. Frederick W. Evans. D.D. MtW TOKrt Pastor, II A. St.. "Tho Slain t.oat and t and the Seane.nn.nt." P. St., "Christian Endeavor Da.v 1 Stt. Slorrls Park West at 123d St. PRIASItYTERIAN CHURCH. 'S'JS West I.V.VIIi St. Rev. JOHN R. SIACKAY. D. D.i LU D.. Pastor. II A. SL and S 1'. SL. Rev. Arthur J. Smithy F ll II R T H PKESIIVTEKIAN CI1UKCU U U n I Ii treat End Ave.. Irt Strvee EDGAR WIHTAKER WOnK. D. D Pastor. 11 . M. The Lord's Supper, 8 P. M SL SIaro's "The Kingdom ot Christ." Dy the Choir. FT. WASHINGTONbri7batt" 11 A. St. Celebration of the Lstd's Supper. S P. M. Special Stu.Ical Program. 0 P. M, Kvenlng Communion Service. BROADWAY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Droadv.ay and 114th Slreet Iter. WALTER DUNCAN RIICHANAN, D P.. Minister, will preach at U A. SI. and 8 P. Sf. Preparatory Service Wedjiesdayfiext, s P M, WKST-PARK PRESIIYTEIHAN CilUKFlT. Amstsrdsm Avenue and 86th Streel Itev. ANTHONY II. EVANS. II. II.. Pastor. Dr. Evans nil! preach 11 A. SI. nnd K P. .VI, Kvenlng Subject "THE INSPIRATION OF A GREAT CAUSE." WEST END PRESBYTERIAN. Amsterdam. Cor.lOJth. Dr. A. EDWIN KEIOWIN Preaches. S. "Sluslc and the World Stadnoss"; Luclla Collette. Violinist: Harold Land. Ilasso. St. Nicholas Avc. 141st St. and St Nlcholns Ave. Minister. Rev. Elliott W. Brown, D, 11. Services 11 A. SI. and 8 P. St. UIITP.CfK rRESnYTERIAN CTICRCU, HUlUCtl) Tlreadway anil 1SJ B. The rnrtor. nev. DANIEL RUS.sEI.L. II.D, will preach at 11 A. SI. and 8 P. St. Sladlson Avenue Presbyterian Chnrrh, Northeast Cornee 73d St. 11 A. SL Henry Sloans Coffin, D. D. 4-80 P. St. Rev. Paul Dwlght Stood?. 8 P. M Henry Sloane Coffin, V. V. 0M mm NORTH INTKItnKNOMINATlONAU OTHER HRUVICEH IlItOOKIAfN. PHILOSOPHY. Sears Philosophy makes life livable here and herealter. Nolhlnir llk It anvwhsrs. Not better-Not worse Hut lluTerent,! Princess Theatre MwS'S.I&at. Sunday u a.inP.W.Seors,M.P,Orator. Suhlect! "Th Kildenre." A We lecture by n Wonderful man. J'MITjKS'lANT KPJSCOPAU Church of tho Beloved Disciple With St., near Mndlson Ave. Hot. HENIIY M. JtAMlOUlt. H. H.. nector. Services ut 7:30, 10, 11 A. SL (Hector). 4 P. M. (Itcetor). TWENTV-FIFTH ANNIVlJltSARY AND C'LOSINO. KL'NDAY OF PRESENT KECTOK.SHIP. Special Music at 4, Including quartette, "Til. Hlln,lnw nt tlin Hvn!nir Hours." by NIchol, and harp solo, "I'rlere," by Parish- .1VHI1H. VIOLIN, 'CBLI.O, HARP, ORGAN. All welcome. CHURCH QF THE HEAVENLY REST Fifth Ave., above 45th .t. REV. HERBERT SHIPiVlAN, HECTOR Will proach ot 11 A. II. Service. 'Shall the Church Go On?" 8 P. M. Special Musical Service Address by Rev. Henry R. Talbot St. Mark's In-lhe-Bouwerio Tenth flrest West of Second Aran, WILLIAM NORMAN G UTHRIE,Roctor 11 o'clock. Service nnd Sermon. Subjsct: "The American Oenlus and the Temptation to Craft." 4 o'clock, Symposium on Mysticism at Worlt. Krederlrx Dean nnd Diihn Oopal MukerJI. 8 P M., fyinbollc service and community slnalnir. Old neero lnlnstrel melodies, CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION Madison Avenue and 35th Street. The Jtev. Horace Percy Mlver, Hector. 8 A. M., Holy Communion. 9::o A. M.. rlunday School. 10 A. -M., Holy Communion. 11-A. M., Holy Communion. Sermon by the Rev. O. F. TAYLOR. 4 P. hi Special Musical Servte, "Elijah" John Doe, Organist and Choir Master. SL Bartholomew's Church Park Avenue nnd Slat St, Rev. LEiailTON PARKS, D. D., Rector. 3:30 A. M. Holy Communion. 11A.M. HJy Communion and Sermon, Dr. I.EIQHTON PARKS will preach. 3 P M. Sunday School. 4:30 P M. Choral Even.sons: ("Hora No vlsslma," Tnrt I, Parker) and Address. 1'rencher, Rev. PAUL ii. FAVOUR, AH Angels' Church west end am:, ami sist stukkt itev. ja. jieiancev Tmvnsenil. ll. 11 Ti,r Ulolyommunlon a A. M. noiy communion and Sermon (Rev. Melford H, Brown) 11 A. 11, Evensons (Rev. W. J. D. Thomas) ..4 P. 31. MrnnfferH welcome. sr. tbotgas's 0iuircl, FIFTH AVENUE AND 53 D ST Itev, JOHN EST SL ST1RES, D. D., Rector. 8 A. SI. Holy Communion. 11 Morning Service and Sermon (Rector). 4 P.M. Lrensjng and Address (Rector). 8 P. St. Hour of Organ Music. CAI VAV (Mimf!J 4th Ave. ,,vi. uiunuHf. ai.uuiYiLiv, jj. Hector Holy Communion, 3 and 11 (the Rector) 8 P. SI. SPECIAL SERVICE OF 3IUS1C, WEDNflSDAY EVDNINO (Feb. 4 th) 8 P. M. Organ Recital and Service. ASCENSION ,ZlxVB Itev. Dr. PERCY STICKNUY flltANT, Rector. 11 "Jettis. Interpreter of the Jewish Spirit." (Dr. Thomas). 4 Sluslo: Jtendelseohn's "Elijah." 8 Forum: SIDNEY A. REEVE. "The Crisis In America." ST. AGNES'S CILVPEL, Trinity Parian, West 02d Street, near Columbus Ave. The Rev. W. W. BELLINGER. D. D., Vicar. i ISO and ! Holy Communion. 10 Morning Prajer, Young Sten'ii Bible Class. It Slomlng I'rajer. Holy Communion. Sermon. 8:45 Sunday School and Hlble Classes. 4 Evening Prayer and Brief Address, ST. AGNES'S CHAPEL, Trinity Pariah, West 52d Street, near Columbus Ave. The Itev, W. W. BELLINGER, D. D., Vicar. 7:50 and 9 Holy Communion. 10 Morning Prayer. Young Slen's Bible Class. 11 Litany, Holy Communion, Sermon, 2:45 Sunday School and Bible Classes. 4 Evening Prayer and Brief Address. ST. JAMES' CHURCH, Sladlson Avenue and 71st Street. Itev. Frank Wurfleld Crouder, Rector. 8 A. St.. 11 A. SL (RECTOR): 4 P. M. (Rev. GEORGE V. DICKEY). ST. MATTHEW'S .V- Rev. ARTHUR It. JUDGE. D. D, r.ectir. 8 P. M. Mendelssohn's "Elijah" CHORUS, SOIOISTS, ORCHESTRA. enure) or Che Cran$li9iiration 1 East SIMh St. Dr. HOUGHTON. Rector. COSIMCNIONS at 7. 8 and 8 A, St. 10:80 Sermon (Rector) and Halt's Maes, 4 Evensong: Anthems by Stalner and llaruby. 8 Sermon (Fr. Davis) and Compline. GRACE CHUHCH. Broadway und 10th Street. Rev. Charles Lcnls .Slattery, D. D., Rector. Holy Communion,....-; 8 A.M. Service & Sermon (The Rector).. 11 A. M. Evensong (Rsv. It. Lubeck. LL.D.L8 P. M., Dally Noonday Service at 12:30. I CHURCH OF THE HOLY COMSIUNION Sixth Avenue and 20th Street. ' COStMUNION SUNDAY. 8 A. St. Jloly Communion. 11 A. M. Preacher, Rev. Dr. Mottet, 12 St. Holy Communion. 8 P. SL Preacher, Rev. Dr. Sfolte'. ST. IGNATIUS Yff.WA' Rev. WILLIASt 11TT StecUNE, Rector. .Masses. 7, 8, V.10, 11. Vespers and Benediction, 4. SL John Tlie Evangelist lllli G A W. of 7th Ave. Ilev. JOHN A. vv AUK, Jiector. Police Commissioner Rnright speaksatS P.M. ST. l'AUL'S CHAPKL Ilroadwav and Fulton Street. Rev, JOSEPH P. SIcCOMAS, D. D.. Yicar. 3. 10:80, (Vlcari; 5. 8, Fr. Tleld, .. S.. J. E. Cowley Fathers, Jan, Feb., Starch. Church of Zion & St. Timothy SM West 7th Street. Iter.FREDKUIL'K liLIt(li:.SS. Jr., B.D.. Rector. 8, 11. (Rector) & 8 (Rev. C. O. Hicks). BROOKLYN. CANDLEMAS PROCESSION Solemn Rvensong at 4 P. SI. ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. Clinton and Carroll Streets, Brooklyn. mOTHTANT nrWOOPAL. St. George's Church Htuyresnnt Hiiuare. If til Strest, East of Third Avenus. Rev, KAHI, A I'll, AND, V, U., Rector. AH Seats Free A censral Invitation lo stranf'rs anl all persons Interested In St. Uoorits's and Ita work, HEHVICICS, I A, IL Communlnn. 11 A, M, Communion and Address, , 4 v. jr. ' Special Vesper Service. flnsnlal Mimic. Mils WINIFRED MliltlllLL, Violinist, Mr, WALTUIt HAJll'l)r..N Will read the Scripture Lesson, Dr. lililLAND will preach at 11 A, M, and 4 1'. M, Vespers, I P. JL Kvenlnr Prayer nnd Sermon, Preacher, HBV. JOHN M. HORTOTt. ('Impel of the Intercession (Trinity Parish). Iter, M. jr. dates, D. I Vicar. I and 1145 A, M Holy Communion, MIS, Sunday School. 11 A. it., Service and Har mon. Dr, Dates, preacher. 4 P. M,, Vss. pers. Hans Kronold, 'cUIt, will play 'Raver!," Hotteslnl) 'ISchono' Dlttero. dorffi "Andante Cantablle," Tsohallcew. sky! "To a Wild Iloe." MscDowell. L ItUcs, recital onanist, will play "OKsr. tolre In D Minor," Jlatlste: "Fanfara d'Orirue," Lemmsnai "Larno," Dvorak', jjvensonr," uonnson. nr. vmics, prracnar B P. M.. fhni.nl Evenaanr. Mr. Moras. wb was at Camp Upton durlntf the whole of the war, and who was honored by belet made Civilian President of the Pardon Hoard, will speak upon the sunjoct oi i!" Years at Camp Upton.'' All the Hoyn who were nt Camn Union are vor. oor dloUy1 Invited. Choir of fifty, assisted hv Jtuaoipii j.arsen, violinist: (inns munuiu. cellist; .viiinrea Diuinc, narpisi. Cathedral of StJohniheDiuino Amsterdam Avenue anil llltn Btreei, t A. M. Tho Holy Communion. 10 A. M. Mornlnt Prayer. . . 11 A. M. Preacher, Hov. Wm. Austin Hniltii 4 P.M. rreacner, itev. ur, is. v,i,uhw CHORLEY. Dally Servlcea 7:!0 A. M.; S P. M. (choral vxeepe rvionuny unu fiuiuruHj., RUFOIIMLD CIIUIICH IN AMERICA. The Church and the " Better Citizen. It is re Aim of the Church to Elevate and Ennoble American Citizenship. THE COLLEGIATE CHURCH THE MIDDLE CHURCH 3d Ave. and 7th St. Rev. Ediar Franklin Romlir. Minister, will preach nt 11 V. M. nnil S P. M. THE MARBLE CHURCH fith Ave, and loth St. Rev. David Jaincs Burrell. D. D., Min ister, will preach. 11 A. M,, "Success In One Syllable." 8 P. M "Dlvlno Healing." THE CHURCH Of ST. NICHOLAS V Eth Ave, and 48th St. Malcolm James MacLeod, Minister. 11 A. M.. Dr, Irvine H. Hers. 8 1". M., Dr. Maclrfod, Subject: "A Mighty Wave of Harmony." THE WEST END CHURCH West End Ave. and 77th Street Rov. Henry llvertson t'obb.D.D., Minister, will prench at 11 A. M. and 4:30 P. M. U A. M. tJu'ujecl- Of What Us; Is It to Ho a Christian:" 4:30 V. M., Special Music, Klpllnc's "Recessional." 7:30 P. M, Younr People's Society. Rev. Albertus Ploters. THE FORT WASHINGTON CHURCH Fort Washington Ave. and Hist St. Rev. Irvine 11. Berg, D. D., Mln'ster, Rov. Malcolm James MacLeod, D. D.. will preah nt 11 A. M Dr. Here at S P. M. All Seats Free. KEFORMKI) CHURCH OF HARLEM, Lenox Avenue and 123d Slreot. Tlev. EDGAR TILTQN, JR., D.D., Minister. ii a. si. communion and reception of new members. P, M. Musical Service. Oratorio, "St Paul" Grnce Reformed Church. 7th Avc. and 54th St. Itov. J. R. DURYDE. D. 1).. SUn- Ister, will preach, Service 11 o'clock, i SPIRITUALISM. FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH 155 E. 5Ath St., near Sd Aveunr. SUNDAYS AT 8 P. SI. Sirs. Sf. E. William, Inspirational Speaker. Good Mediums. All welcome. LEARN THAT SPIRITS COMMUNICATE CHURCH OF DIVINE INSPIRATION. Cnmrgle Hall (Chapol Room) SJlh, 7th A Sunday, Feb. 3. 8 P SI. Lecture and Slessages OLOA. Itev. Eleanor Augusta Sfunroe Hand, Moderator. THEOSOPHY At 2238 llroadwny N. Y. Lodge, T. S., Founded J8JI7. International President, Sirs. Annie Hesant Sunday, Feb. 1, 8:15' P. SL Lecture by -Mrs. Slaude Foots. "Music In Its Relation to Theosophy." PUBLIC STUDY CLASSES: Tuesday. 2 P. St. Question Class. Thuredav 8:15 1 St., Fundamental Theosophy. Friday. 8:15 P. SL, Advanced Theosophy TIIF.OSOPHICAL. (,'reenwlcll Ylllago TheoophIcnl Centre. Free Lectures Every Wednesday Evening, ree L.ecu Feb. 4, Man'a Place In Evolution." 18 JONES STREET. Thensoiihlcal Society (Indenendent). lit W. 68th St. Public Nocture Sundav eren Inc 8:15, "History of tha Human Body." B. B. Oattell. PNIVER8AHST. K aaW3vW3TnBB MSv2llnfaBBI ft Central Park Wests 76T?.St. IXJOSEPH FORT NEWTON.D.D. Lj MINISTER. e W1U ITeach Sunday Morning at 11 o'clock. Sunday afternoon, 4 o'clock, OROAN KECITAJL J. WARREN ANDREWS. Orgaale. assisted by Full Choir, TloUn and Oelle. UNITARIAN. THE COMMUNITY CHURCH 11 A. SL New Amsterdam Theatre. JOHN HERSIAN RANDALL. "SHAW. ASrEKIPA IXISE IIE11 SOUT.T" 8:15 l'. ii. rorum, r. a. no. if. 4!d St. and TTitrd Ave, TRANK A. VANDERLlK "EUROPE AND AMERICA." 10 A. M. NewAmsterdam Theatre. nARVKY DEB BROWN. Psychoanslytlo Stndles; "The MeaslaJi Complex" FOURTH AVENYin AT 10T1I 6TRKET, Vounded HI J. Dr. WILLIASt U SULLIVAN. Minister. q.rvlce il 11 A. II, "Some Dangers to the Republic will no un. sri.uivAw o euojaeu A CORDIAL WtBLCOlfK TO ALU This la a Church of the free spirit, dedl- rated to religion, but not to a formula. nHOOKLYN UNITARIAN. UNITARIAN PRBACHINO CirUTtOlI OV TUB SAVIOUR, Brooklyn. Plerrepont St. and Monroe PL 11 A. M. Rev, John H. Lathrop, "THH CHURCH AND TUB AlilHN." Come and worship here. VEDA VTA. Vedantn Society. 117 W. 73d St. fiwsml Bodhananda, "Ideal ot Spiritual LU."P.M. tTTTo. A. DR. HARRY L. PAD DON Associate of Dr. Wilfred Orsnfell "Fliintlns the Flu In Far Off Labrader." Ladles cordlallv Invited. West Side YM.C.A.. 8H W. 87th St.. 4 V, M Sunday 4:80. StINA .SEl.IZANOVA. "How Women Face the Bolsheviki" LADIES INVITED. Mill st. and Lexington Ave. Y. St. C. A. BROOKLYN V. 31. C. A. "DR7S. parkes cadman "AMKJIH'A'M AL1KN PROBLEM" Bedford llr. Y.M.f A., mi Bedford Av., U'klio. Sunday J. 10 P, SI Men Only, Free. Urtattst Slen a Meeting In Greater N. X. 1 L t -'1 '1