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LOCKWOOD TO MEET
| BOARD OF ESTIMATE
' Senator
and His Committee to
Confer "With Officials About '
City Contracts. 1
1
DATE IS SET FOR MONDAY
_____ 1
La Ouardia and Craig: Again 1
Clash Over Inquiry Into '
Court House Affairs.
(
The lockwood committee Investigating
building Kraft Is taking no chances on
getting only a one sided view of the i
Buy's building contracts or the views of 1
officials who have been "fooled" by the j
building graft ring, as was shown yes- 11
terday when it made an engagement j
wth the Board of Estimate for a con- !
ferenco next Monday morning on all uncancelled
city contracts. The conference,
It Is expected, will give all of the light
that city officials can cast upon those (
contracts, for the officials in the Board <
of Estimate represent all factions nnd
political' persuasions of the city government
The eagerness of the various elements
In the board to keep one another
puro In heart is evidenced In a constant
exchange of charges and accusations at
very meeting of the board. i
That spirit manifested itself at yesterday's
board meeting when Comptroller 1
Charles L. Craig submitted uncompleted
city contracts which lie lias asked borough
a.nd departmental heads to check
up and which he proposes to turn over
to the Lockwood committee if a shade
of suspicion attaches to any of them.
V. H. La Guardia, President of the
Board of Aldermen, immediately turned
on the Comptroller who represents the
board as a committee of one on court
house.
La ftaardla. Starts Sparks Gotng.
"I want to know who is going to
Check up on our court house committee
of one." said T-a Guardia. "Also I would
like to know why a shift was made
over night from granite to limestone in
the court house contracts."
"The charge of a shift over night is
absolutely false," retorted the Comptroller.
"I said some time ago that this court
house would out-Tweed Tweed," continued
the Aldermanic President.
"That is not germane to the question
before us," replied the Comptroller with
ome heat, "and I raise the point that
ouch discussion is out of order."
"Let us not have any noise from the
Comptroller," La Guardia persisted,
"for this matter is very important. The
fact is very clear that there Is no objection
from anybody to have these city
contracts checked up, but it is not clear |
who is going to check up on the court
house committee. I move that the matter
be referred to the Commissioner of
Accounts."
Ic ' col/l rVnlrr
"Oh, Is It?" ejaculated tho President
of the Board of Aldermen.
"Yes, It. Is, and It is made solely for i
the purpose of advertising tho President
of the Board of Aldermen."
A MiutrrMInn of < ntuoufluKf.
"What does the communication of
this iiet of contracts do?" Inquired tho
Mayor.
"It seeks to make us forget about
the court house contracts," replied
La Guardla.
A motion to receive the communication
with a vote of thanks to the Comptroller
was lost and the matter went
over until next week.
A communication from the Bethlehem
Steel Bridge Corporation protesting
against the cancellation of its structural
steel contracts for the court house
was referred to the Corporation Counsel
after the iMayor's motion to file
the protest had been lost.
t.Jrover A. Whalen, Commissioner of
Plant and Structures, asked authority
to begin operation of tho Midland trolley
lines in Htaten Island and ntt appropriation
of JSd.OOO to bo charged up
against the receipts of tho lines. The
request was referred to the committee
on finance and budget.
COPELAND ASKS DELAY
ON HYLAN INQUIRY
Says Housing Situation Is
More Important.
"With New York city facing a shortage
of houses and hospital facilities,
menacing the health of the metropolis
this winter, I am of tho opinion that
tho Lock wood committee could best
serve the interests of the community
by a prompt investigation of housing
conditions and a postponement of an
Investigation of the city administration
until I>rpmhnr "
This was the statement of I)r. Royal
S. Cojala nd. Health Commissioner, who
addraaoari two hundred workers for the
UnitoC llospltnl Fund In the WaldorfAstorta
last night. L>r. Copeland declared
that he views the coming winter
with the utmost apprehension. He predicted
that unless the housing problem
is solvrd the city cannot make a winning
fight against tuberculosis.
The Rev. Nehemtah Uoynton, pastor
of tjie Clinton Avenue Congregational
Church. Brooklyn, defended New York
against Its critics. He said the generous
giving of Its citizens to such enterprises
as the United Hospital Fund
proved the real spirit of the city.
ITfty-aeven non-municipal hospitals,
an Increase of nineteen over Inst year,
will participate In the fund of |1,500,000
that la to bo raised from November 15
to yv
WORLD S PAIN AND
w Mi mr w ? vw
ACHE LINIMENT I
Just one trial convinced you Sloan's
Liniment helps drive away
rheumatic twinges
WHY endure pain when you I
know Sloan's Liniment will re
' * urvc n. proTniiuyi ii, couian r.
remain the World's Liniment for 39
years if it wasn't highly beneficial in
relieving rheumatic aches, stiff joints,
sore muscles, lumbago, lame back,
neuralgia, strains, bruises and the results
of exposure to bad weather.
PenetratfH without rubbing, leaving no
stained skin, clogged pores, mossiness.
A pain and ache liniment that stands (
alone in doing what it is meant to do.
Gat a bottle today and keep it handy.
All druggists. Three sizes?35c, 70c, I
$1.40. Tne largest is most economical. I
Sloans
Liniment 0^3 :
WARSHIPS TO HALT
LANDING OF CABLE
Fresh Attempt to Link Barbados
and Miami Reoorted.
Washington, Nov. 13.?The Navy
Department to-day ndvlsed the commandant
at Key West, Kin., that there
was a report that another effort would
t>e made soon to lar.d a submarine cable
from Barbados at Miami, Fla., without
in executive permit.
The Western Union Telegraph and ;
liable Company has sought to land a
mble from Barbados to Miami, but
the Stato Department has withheld a
ieclslon as to granting a permit pending
the conclusion of the international
:ommunications conference now in seslion
here. Naval officers would not discuss
the report that led to the in.
structions to the commandant at Key
West
The commandant at Key West will
determine whether It will bo necessary
to send warships to Miami. The navy
has one or lwo submarine chasers there
now, it was said at the Navy Department.
First efforts to land the cable were
rported last July and at that time the
navy sent destroyers to Miami to prevent
the cable ship from coming within
the three mile limit. The cable ve>-sel
was a British craft, and the British Ambassador
here sent a message to the
ipiain warning-mm nor 10 attempt to
carry out the opration until a legal permit
for It had been granted.
The Western Union cable, It has been
explained at the State Department,
would connect at Barbados with the
British cable line to the east coast of
South America. The British have exclusive
cable rights In Brazil and department
officials said this clovernment
desired to know whether the contract
between the American and British companies
would serve to strengthen the
monopoly held by the British company.
AMUSEMENTS.
?XAGG?RATIOAI
Ir an ey/il of theatrical/
yet We do not heritate
to rtate that
ROBERT/ON-COLE/picturijation
OTTJJkmmcr
A ,fSi }<
KIXMCT
If the miracle of the theatre/art
BECAUSE
Everyone vJho rear Bagdad,
of 1000 yearr ago
brought to life before
their eyer-reer the haremf
filled with Arabian /light
beautier, the palace of
the ruler in itr rplendor,
and a/1 itf glorious pageantry-will
agree that there w
NO EXAGGERATION ^
Sixranlj
F *PAM<VnOPIAC ir*J-T?TUT?OP?
QV/AV E*7fc*rT. 0M?I I-V< JO/ Piurmtn
po/iriveiv om.f cwc NV?K-cortrtC?cn% toMorhoi>
A/PCCIAL MUnCAL PPOGRAfVAN ELABORATE PQOLOGUC
/gO AOVAAICe IN PRlCff/*
th NATIONAL
Hotel
Men's'
Exposition
I OF THE HOTEL AND
i ALLIED INTERESTS
GRAND CENTRAL PALACE
Competitive display of food* and culinary
masterpiece* arranged hjr world'* foremoat
chef*. Kvlilhlls In Interest K?c?one. See
How the UK- Hotels Op rill." Their Ihudners.
IT'S KT" CATION A I..
LAST DAY
II A. M. to 10:30 P. M. Adm. 50c.
A EXILIAN HALL, Thl* Aflrrnoon m .1
e. r06err schmitz ;
piano rbc1tal. (Moron * Hamlin) i
Carnegie hall, to morrow akt' i
At 3?BONO RBCITAIr-REINALT>
werrenrath 1
IBratw at Pox Offfc. i Btrlnway Piano)
<1 "MAN HAU,, MONI'\' AFT. ?' 3 '
INEZ BARBOUR
(Mm. HRNIIY HAni.EY) Bon* Rn-ltal
Ri PA ((AMOUNT PKTUKICS
IVOLI WALLACE REID ,
B'wav at "Alw*j* Audacious" |
40tii St. IU\(?|| < nnrrrt Orrh.
IALTO rH/?MA* MEKillAN
C77'. f on rail in of
TJMM VoMth." Famous
RQ1 AKE Hlaltn < irrhmtra.
, CRITERION
' B'warat ?4?.h M.' """ ""onto 11.30 ,
^ItflOODTMES W SM 1
JTat Ijhp ""
^iWfeHlPPOWWME f
S^JSoots Selling fl weak? in o&s?r>c* ,
? m * I'll'' Mrni'lln* Iron
| S Q|Tn| \rinlvtlrr W
I I l|L "rrirrnm < ;> pilot Op-h
1 g**. Bil('.ml. 12 .111'. It T?. M.
MH-VAV ?l 31 Strmt m,,.s Nte./>A-A6c. *
Worlds ljirgr.it unit Sins' /!< all ful Thralre. ^
SM A (IK l?<v OKKALDINK
THAN D^SiTIU. >
D'wuy, 47f.h .'41. StnuH Orchestra
-i oLl'MBi aTbVa47 hi t?jo?fj?Vijr'a' iaaiTii t
-> Pop. I'rivt*. BOM-TON GIBU. \
THE NEW
AMUSEMENTS.
AMERICA'S FOREMOST T
CEIITRaL'r,IKATRK'Bv"?in?s ^ ,0 I
. 1 47th4 U wayJMtH.Totiy & Wod. |
F. Ray Camatock & Morris Qest l*r?soia [
I Tpa HVIUT1UA UriiU^UUH,
PARIS AND NEW YORK.
nn won t',B wondwfui
11 I I Y \ I fl Musical Show
ULLIOIH "AFGAR"
with LUPINO LANK. MAT. TO-DAY.
CFNTIIRV THEATRE ~K vs. 8. Mat*.
WLniunit2lj & c.P.Wwrt IWed.A Sat. 2.
MATINEE TO-DAY at 2
F. Hay Comstock A Morris G?*t present
MOST SENSATIONAL li 1*001
SUCCESS EVER KNOWN M P I.I,A
IN THE WOULD *? u u"
Musical Extravagant* of the Orient.
COMPANY OF 400-11 H1C. SCENES.
j?'f
I>tuNOtGTO Vll^4 I
wFNTERTARDEN MAikee^DAY. !
6!tHi?SPBRWTltS<
With Eddie Cantor & Bert Williams
Marine iofstlik I
"HELD AUDIENCE BREATHLESS." 1
?Ere. Sun.
SPANISH LOVE
HOROSCOU m(
fcthStWBRQADM^' RSR|jf fff!&M 1 .
ti^jw^vai?s*i2To Bttaah kLnsrwi
/"^yANPwM
MATINEES TO-PAY A WEI?.
r.AkRirk- 65 Wmt .mh St. Kit troy 1&12
VJrt.rvi\l^is,Ev8 g,, Mts.T-dy&Thurs.2:15
The Theatre Guild priswats
"HEARTBREAK HOUSE*;
By BEUNARI) SHAW.
" Hrilliant Comedy. Superbly Mounted, \
Wisely and Richly Cast. ? Times.
Curtaili Kisi-x Promptly at 2:l.r> ntl'l H I.">
BKOCK PKMBEKTON pruKents
r~* Gll'l.t Varesi?Norman Trevor 7 * j
rL NT ER M AD AM t,
CI II TAW 46th St. Eves. at 8:30
r UL t U1N Matw. To-day & Wtxl. 2:30.
PAS1MH 30th todB'way. KmattJ).
MATINEE TO-DAY at 2 20 1
ZIMBALIST8 PLAY WITH MUSIO
PI YMOIITH 45th St..W.of B'way.
TL I IVIUU 1 n MATINEE TO-DAY.
LITTLE OLD NEW YORK
D MMBROOX RJISWW
WJ msmovnaii cmvsmasu mhouV
THE BA& MA*
m COMEDY T^TntJ^Vt/Bnrir^
Ic^CT Q ON SALE FOR
1 JV^rvH. 1 O ALLTIIEATRES
NEW YORK'S LEADIN Q TB
FAMOUS BELASCO SUCCESSES
FMPIQF B'way A 40th St.. Kys. 8:10.
Lmri.1L Mats.To-day k Wed. 2:30.
"Call the Doctor"
UFI A^rn West 44th St. Rvm. 8 30.
OILLi/WV^vs Mat s. To-day AThurs. 2 :JM)
Frances StaiT t>y Edward KnoMock I j
I VPET I1VT Thea..W.45th St. Evs.8:30.
L. T I^EAJm Mata.To-day k Thurs 2 30.
1NACLAIRE DSGGoS^t^Syi.
it LOBE. Mat inotss Tom'wAr Wed.
^FRED SIONB'tip.TOP"'
PAkKrSSAr!or.e I "A r" npaiilo?'
j|TA^5vv^
B 9 B J Nucoossor to
Cohan & Hftrrit Thon., 42 Ht.
v^onan oc riarris Mats.To-day & wed.
EHHDfniHE3I13S
n lth_ HBO ROE SIDNEY.
GAIETY ~B y A 46 SF Mts. Today A Wed
JOITV OOM3EN ?r it-:
RFDAMKHAIST^JM
DACONIKilIillll
MHT" '"'i'.t'V 1 v'1*1"-1 <*.*y ? i<i.
n jds&Ha^gRNvv
W fSsSSTHE HALF MOON
Ojua lnchidea: Jcwnph Santley Oscar Shaw. ,
Maurtn Ktmrne.Ivy 1^,v,;rt V.i:, Thompoon
MR* #.48 Ml
Lw K I Mats'L"lay ft Wert.
? jimJamjems
fh< &MAJH/WO fiH/HCAC MIT
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE
OPENING MON., NOV. 15. at R. LA
JUIVE, Ponrelle, Hcotney, (lalll; Caruso,
Ilnrrolfl.Ilothl'T.Rodansttiy.Prlc' ^li; .' <> $10.
WED. at 8. AI I >A. I> stlnn, MaUenauer.
Martlnelll, L>anlso (debut), Mardones,
Moranxonl.
Tliuns. at 8:1", KLISIR, (, irrlson.
Ellis: Caruso, SroMI, 1'ltlur. Papl.
Fill, at R, ZAZA, Farrnr, Howard;
Martlnelll. I>e L'.a. Moranzopl.
SAT at 1 :45, TRISTAN antl ISOLPA fin
English). Matxenauer, Oorrton, Hembach.
I Whltehlll, lllaas, Hada Hodanzky. '
HAT. at R (Pop. Prl . ("A V ALLKRLV
I RtJHTIOANA, pestlnn, P. rlnl, llarrold.
Chalmers PAOLIACCt, Easton, KIiikston
lionise. Moranznnl.
CARMEN!
Farrar, Hundellua, Galll: Marti
I nelll, Whltehlll, Itothler. Wolff I J
"Mardman piano phkhV
NEW YORK
SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
WALTER DAMRORf'H Conductor
3ARNF.GIE IIALL, This Afternoon at 2 30
SYMPHONY CONCERT
FOR YOPNO PEOPLE,
liatml YIHAH, Hololst
AEOLIAN Hall, To-m w (Hun.) Aft at 3
"""" VIDAS,
MOZART. HAYDN, RRAH.MH, LALO.
He bat- at Box Offices. Qaorte Engles, Mgr.
3ARNKC1K HALL, Wert. Aft,, Nov. 17, at 3
FIRST HO NO RECITAL BY
TITO SCHIPA:
Otabratad Totior, Olil?"?*o opera AaVn.
leati at box offt"* ti'\y, to |2. M* on t
Intuitu I'lunii. Me'. Matro MiMml lluri-nu.
tarnogls Unit, Tin*. Aft., Nov. in, n: 3
|OAN MANEN
SPANISH VIOMN1ST.
Iff. Antonln Htwycr, Inc. ^ _Knaba
KB1TH VAI'DEVIIXK AND BALL. "
Mot. I Plaza. Monday, Nov I". J
luapl'is Wntncn'a Commlfti . . Si rhlao CblM
Vi|f?i . A?i" Intir tiiltti it i i * * v 111. t' .
Inn 111? II P M. Tli k"f? %'> ' a' I "ti '
fi-llrlite'*. Plaza l|i>(i |, H'-rbl* Hull"", 7 |
Vuat Sth St., and the door.
' YORK HERALD, SA
AMUSEMENTS.
HEATRES AND HITS. DIRECTION OI* L]
RflfiTH Thea.. 4fi(h Rl.w.or It'way H\s.8:30. I
I n Matinew To-d ay A Wed. 2 30.
WILLIAM
FAVERSHAM
twain "I The Prince and the Pauper
MATS. TO-DAY & WEDNESDAY. 2:30. j
f?AtiPi>Thr*a.. 44th St., W
PRINCE SSI _ A PLAY
. .. a i OF ANOTHER
ffth, nr.Bway. t\u. 8.?i0. \T/r^Di n
Mats To-day A, Wed. I WORLD.
The European Sensation that Shocked
New Yorks Dramatic Critics.
I'MANDARIN ~
ASTOR THEATRE
MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2:15.
Cdwarl Itoyco's Musical Comedy Success
KISSING TIME
with William Norris and Edith Taliaferro.
Best seats obtainable at Box Office at
regular prices.
ITU mi I Theatre. W. 4?,th St. Ev*. 8:30
D1JUU Mats.To-day A Wod. 3:30.
T-'i im PI/ix i /-< A mr
I fit* i3MI\ UMiVIL
By JOHN O ALB WORTHY.
mTvuniKF ????>. i?.or iiwSv. kit*. ?:ao.
rminuuat Llu,t Mat To-day. 3:30
LAST 2 PERFORMANCES
ALICE BRADY
(Penjonally) ANNA ASCENDS
Opening MONDAY EVE. ^ow
MARY NASH
in "THY NAME IS WOMAN"
A JEW PI.AY
By f'arl Schorl it and Benjamin E. (.Inzer.
mmmm
With JAMES CRANE
AQ.U^t Just. E.Of Bway.Evw.8SI0.
4otnOt. I nea.Mats.To-duy&Thurw:t 30
S?etatrk|? 1st YEAR
\Va>t 44 St. { Ev8.8:20.Mts.TodayJkWed.2:30
Th?~D. W. GRIFFITH Mwterptace
If DOWN EAST
AATU QT THEATRE. Twice Daily,
twirl J I . 2:1". i 8:1">. inc. Sunday.
All wiaU. reserved. Buy in advance.
T VDIC 42d St. W. of U'way. Twice Dally
L, I I\ 1V. Matinees2:30; Evenin?s8:30.
WILLIAM KoX presents
OVER THE HILL
? "Till r- ni...w.jtTl Utr Hnwu Mlllamlo
MJUirMI1 ""Mais' ;l\*lay fc WertTpo pi i i?-ao
| STORM ~ST
1,000 SKATS, $1.30. All Performance*.
Punch A Judy pnn V1af Tn-rlav A-l*?
W. 49 St. Eva. 8:30.roP- "ul,l? aay Kri.
Bp^IBKAUSEHREH
AEOMAN HAM,, TO-NIGHT at a -;o
SECOND AMKKICAN RECITAL
J. PIA8TRO
BORISSOFF
The Eminent Russian Violinist.
Seats Now at Bo* Office. Met. Ivan B?nkoff,
1493 Broadway. Telephom Bryant 4HTJ.
KNABE I'lANO USED.
OAHNMilE If AM . To-niorniw Evo. .- * s li
PSONO RECITAL BY IDE M.I".
ATTERSON
Mat Hacnsel A Jonrs. Mason-Hamlin Piano.
HORSE SHOW
MADISON RQT'ARE GARDEN .Nov. HI to 29.
Box Office NOW OPEN, o A M to <1 P. M ,
for sale of Reserved Seats and Boxes.
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS.
OTA D _A_ 1*7 A Pulton Str Mat
W 1 /A 1\ yf Tel. Main ism Daily
TID BITS OF 1920
Ntinday Twa?lil < oncurui?~ I
RELIGIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
AMI ItH AN nilTfllllilH f ATWOI.IC.
< III IB II or TIIK ril VN-H(.I ItAIION
(Holy^Eastern Bite In Englleh)
ziia rcaar ittn street.
Phrlrw Liturgy (Muhki M;4*.A M.
V?*p*ra 5 I' M
fit. Hev. Archimandrite Patrick, Hector.
BAPTIST.
FIFTH AVI.. HA!MM' CHURCH
4 to H We?t 4(11 h SI reel.
Ptinda)- School, 9:30 A M.
Men'* Ola**, P:40. Women'* ''1 a*a, P 43.
Young People'* Service, fl:';n P. M.
I>r. Cnrnrliii* \VoelfUin. Pnetef,
will preach nt II A. M
\M *I?Y H\PT1?I < III lit 11 P ' Ht M
TIK-VIV A t. HltUVtriCS
10 IWV-Pr. BTlt AT'>N VVImt 1* the Valua
of an Immortal Soul?"
u-r>r. l>an In n Hmil Wlnnln* M??n
Tt'.a famoua Itlllv Sunday (loapal Slnfrra,
dr. and Mr?. Cha'rlaa titular, In chara? of
ha mnalr,
Vtount Morris Baptist Church,
Mb Ar? R^lwffn limb and
:ARL WALLACE PETTY, D D.
1 A. *1.?"Tha Mn iwlfh an tnklwrn."
11 P. M.~"Hi-oka ana In Hlmnir Town,"
50c Advance SSPS
[BATRES AND SUCCESSES
NEW AMSTERDAM. W .42 St. Evss.8:20
"GREATEST REVUE OK
ALL TIMES."?Eve. Telegram. _
U ltrhcock-8ttiKl?Tsoii-Gro?smlth.
"HITCHY-KOO 1920" fl
Wlfhers-Mosconls-lOO Otlinrj. '
Matinees TO-DAY & Wed.. 50c. to $2.50.
HEW AMSTERDAM ROOF -NEW
ZIECFELDMrnNICHT^fHK
HENRY MILLER'S THEATRE
Kvji 'm 20 MmV TO-DAY & Thurs. - 20.
A VkRITABLEGEM.'-Ecc.Post
PATRICIA COLLING!:
in A. K. THOMAS' Now Comerly.
'JUST SUPPOSE'
HITS j
HUDSON WffflfSXN I'S
THE MEANEST MAN
IN THE WORLD
HrC OHM Jn the title roie - J I
THE TAVEKN
SMATfJT r** TMCI* ALL
l. APMCCO PALV as the Vagabond ^
uaumu On Unnan 1-t W ?*V VllD'3H
TURDAY, NOVEMBER
| AMUSEMENTS.
EE AND J. J. 8HUBERT.
3QTI T <sT Thea.. nr. IJway. Kv.-s. *:20.
J7 III Ol. Ma(s To-day & Wed. 2 20
SEASON S SMARTEST QOMEUY
THE OUTRAGEOUS
MRS., PALMER y\%saHY
RRDAnMIIRCT ? >? >. W of Bway Eva. 8 26.
DNUAUnUKOl To-day A thiirs. 2 :25.
mm hodge
BELMONT
_ A'ViT n u FRENCH
C 0 B U R N - leave
"Keeps tham laughing all the while."
FRA7PF V.4UM. Kvtw. 8:30. Phone31
r Mi4tB Wed & gat 2 16| Bryant.
MARGARET ANGLIN
in "TIJK WOMAN OF BRONZE." I
I Okir A ^ " 48 St. IvM S 20
fcWWtoAC^EMta.To-dayAWill " ?
[J^ I T IT E i i::nuKj |
fAtTEK SJ |
QELWYN'S 3 THEATRE Q
J J on W. 42(1 St.
VlTk APOLLO oi'-KN
WED EVE.. NOV. 17
Arthur KainmfVKteiii's
Supreme Bid >
FRANCES WHITE
In th<- New Muslcomedv
"JIM M IE"
I with BEN WELCH
Scat' Now on Sale.
TIMES SQ. THEATRE
Bryant. 21. E vs. R.TO. Mats.Today A Thurs
Pr /^v n piv r/^P rrnl i
rL,UMMV\~c,i\c,n,u
<? "T H*E MIRAGE "
Holiday Matincra Thankasflvlnsr.
Xrtr: A >> . * V.-.p-s ?j.!)! ? soiling.
-MWYS 1 18:20 fk
j ot^rin Mnl> Wiii. ,v Mat. \
\ ?FPANR\#?5fMUSICI?lC0HtDYf;\
xTimheYJsckie me n
OUT TDCD'rThea. MttuW S B'V.Era 8 30
Or?JOC.n. I MutH.To-ilay &. Wod.-J:;io.
I ** MHEI1IAN5 l?K. AJINOUNCf
yrsnE&wiCH village
yi FQLUeforXQIO'
REPUBLIC ' |
gamma
FJ TINf.F w- 42d 8t- Ev?- *:45EJ-1
11N^-?E'Mats. To-day 3c \V,d. 2 :10.
i m w v .r wiimil J
BRO.?UNITED. 1465 BROADWAY
rDATB. TELEPHONE BRYANT ef.00-7W0.
reuTgious advertisements.
BAIT I XT
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Broiirtunci 7!>tli St.
PASTOR I. M. HALDEMAN. D. D.
It A. M.?"IHD GUI) MARK TIIK DKVII.?"
i 8 p m <?tnr tih tii \imi t tii*'
JKWM THE HEBREW N< lUPTCRKS
TEACH THE JEWS VICE TO IlETt ICN TO
THEIIC OWN I.AM). HIEFKK I NDEK A
I'AISE MESSIAH, BE 1)KI.1VKIU l> BV
THE COM I NO or THE TIC! E MESs|\H
AM) ESTABLISHED EINAI.IA WITH
i.kkat i.ioicv as a kinodom or
KHiHTEOI SNESS IN PALESTINE."
Every intelligent Jew who wishes to km#
End's purpose concerning his nation should
hear tlii~ aerntou.
Madison Avenue Baptist Church
Madison Ave. at 31?t St.
George Caleb Moor, D. D., Minister.
Every Sunday, 11 A. M. and 8 1'. M.
A Series of .Sunday Eve. S rmons on
"STUMBLING BLOCKS."
Hun . Nov. II?"EVE ASP THE SERPENT." I
Cbl\ I RAL BAB 11ST CHURCH,
8. E. Cor. 02d St. and Amsterdam Av.
i Frank M. Goodchild, D. D.. Pastor,
! 11?"The Holy Ghost."
| 8?" The Prodigal's Brother."
^asliinc^n Heights Itaptitt Church,
1 Cith Street and C*< iv? i1R Avu.
R. v HAROLD l'ATTISON. I>. D.
II?"christian Duty of 8??lf U?Hpcrt."
8?Dti'kenw' "Christmas Carol." Illustrated
WADMWORTH \\ BAPTIST I III let II.
l?9tli and iKOth Sts. and \\ adsuortli Av.
KKV. K. S. IIOf.l.OWAY. Pastor.
11?"Pcao 8?"The I'rt sent Idle."
rilKISTI \\ S< IKNCK.
Ser\ices arc held in the following
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES,
Branches of the Mother Church.
Sundaya, 11 A. M and 8 P. M.
Wednesdays, 8 P. M.
FIr?t Church?Central Park West A 06th St.
Second Church?Central Park West A H8th St.
Third Church?58th St., Just east of Park
Av. Sunday*, 11 A. M. and 4:30 p. M
Fourth Church?178th St. A Ft. Washington
Av. ^
Fifth Church?Aeolian Hall, 84 W. CM St.
Slx'h Church?1801 Hoc on Itoad. Bronx.
Seventh Church?112th St.. east of Hroadtvay,
Sunday. )1 A. M.. 4:30 P. M
Klalith Church--1(13 Gaol 77th St.
Ninth Church?Park Avenue Hotel, 4th Av
at 33d St.
Tenth Church?163 West 57th St.
Kleventh Church?2"kl'j Primes Av., II A M.
Twelfth Church?Anderson Uallerica, Park
Av. and 59th St.
L Christian S< ience Society?547 W. 146th St.,
i Hundayn, II A. M.. Wednesdays, 8 P. M ,
I KltKB REAOlNt; ROOM. 33 W. 43d St.
I Christian Science Lectures
will bo delivered as* follow?:
Knrh lectiir. rer In a member of the Board I
I of lectureship of tho Mother Church. the
First Church of Christ Scientist In Boston,
Mass. v
MBt oxn cnt'RrH ok (Urist st ii?*ti*t
Ontrnl Park West ami Willi Htreet.
I November 18th, at N P, M., hy Clarence W
f'hadwlek, i S. It , of Omaha. Neb.
SKVKM II f III MfTI of CHRIST ? ' IKNTIST
11 fill Street, Kiis| of Broadway.
November Kith, at 8 I*. M., hy Mrs. Blanche
K. Corby, C. H. B.. of Los Angeles.
CONORKO ational.
B
BROADWAY TABKRNACLF.,
bboalway and .vrrn strebt
The Pastor. I?lt. JKFI'RR80N,
will preach at tl A. M wnd 8 P. M
8.?"BUILDtNG A HAPPIER WORLD. '
10:80 A. M.?Prof. hamlin,
"What l? Christianity?"
Wednesday, 8 P. H? Midweek Service
BROOK I 7 N.
haydn'S Oltatohio
' "The Creation'*
(Jrnr* Ki-rnn .Iuf1??on llnuip
- nmo*
f'hom* of 20 S?ln Voirffit
CHURCH OF THE PILGRIMS
81 nday. november 14. at 7:48 p. m.
Henry and Hetnsen Hts., Brooklyn.
Mornln* Service at 11 A M
Bee. Alexander Ram-ay, D. D., of
I Hlahaate, London. e*-Moderator of the
rrrahylrrlan Church of Bnitlud, and
niombor of the British Ihdritatlon lo th?
Pilgrim Tercentenary Celebration Br
ranged by the Mayflonmr f* inrll. <\|lt
preach at Hi* morning and evening
Hnrlrm.
Il|x< II I K> III C Hill's I.
/^V > Tit AI
I .tim<?TIA?f I>r Ftnta S HI me IIAM
pi ri a p. M l
I IMIIIIIKM MIN \TIO\.\i
The National Bible Institute,
*14 Wr?? :mih Street. 4:15 P. M
Joseph A. Richards
J Subject, Not in Word, but in Powlr. I
1
13, 1920.
RELIGIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. ! !
DIVINK SrtKNCB.
REV. w: JOHN MURRAY Z
of the
First Church of Divine Science, |j
Grand Ballroom, Waldorf-Astoria.
Sunday, 11 A. M., Nov. H, Subject: H
"The Saving Power of Thought." S
The Bible Cla.se meets promptly at 0;15 A. M. S
Sunday Bohool for children at 11 A M. prompt g|
Dr. Thomas Parker Boyd. Field Lecturer for ^
tho International New Thought Alliance, >
DAILY HEALING MEETING. |
at 12 o'clock. Waldorf-Astoria. The public ^
la cordially Invited to all meeting*.
JEWISH.
BETH-EL TEMPLE,
Fifth Avenue and 16th Street.
SUNDAY MORNING AT 11.
RABBI MARIU8 RANSON.
"The Birth and I'urpose of American >
Democracy."
Como and bring your friends.
TEMPLE EMANUEL. Otli Av. and"Aid.? |
Sunday, 11:15, Dr. Silverman on I'Armls- ^
lice Day and th>- Pilgrim Fathers." ^
1 UTHEKAN. ^
CHURCH OF Tin: HOI.Y TKIMTY. ^
65th Street and Central Park West. 3
Tho Rev. PAUL E. 8CHEREK, Tastor. S
11 A. M.. "Over Against the Treasury." S
8 P. M.. Bible Hour. ?
1 rjl irilT Rev. A. Stelmle, D. IF, Pastor,
A! iVrll I Broadway at itlld St.
nUVLIll Services: 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.
MKTHOMST EPISrOPAL.
CT D A I [| "C 86th Street &
J 1 . f r\ U L_i |J West End Av.
I)R. RAYMOND L. FORMAN. MINISTER.
11?"Footsteps on the Sea."
8?UNV 1 ELING OF WAR TABLKT.
Address by
Tr?*. NICHOLAS MURRAY 111 ri.KR,
Ph. D.. LL. P.;
Capt. JOHN W. TIMMONS. IT, R. N.;
Lieut.-Col. GEORGE W. BURLEIGH and I
other distinguished guests present.
Special Music. Mabel Garrison. Soprano';
Charles Harrison, Tenor, and stringed Quartette.
10:15?Men's Forum. "Marvellous Cures."
CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL
VESPER MCSICAI.E. 1:45.
CHORUS Tall Eserf MnrgHii
IMna Whit? Trmnpftor
Sermon: "HALF MEN MADE WHOLE."
Hanson Place Methodist Episcopal,
"Tile Central Church of Brooklyn."
Rev. HARRY KNIGHT MILLER. Castor.
Both Subways?Atlantic Av. Stations.
Morning Service at II.
Tower of tin- Resurrection."
ST. JAMES, Madl n Ay I26tl Bt
Dr. GEORGE L. NUCKOLLS, Castor. t<
11 A. M.? 50th Anniversary of the Sunday
School. j
8 I'. M.?-Armlstlco Day Anniversary. H
Addresses by prominent speakers. Special f
music. Miss Dlcie Howell, I'rlma Donna So- J
prano, American Singers Opera Co.. Guest
Artist, and an Augmented Chorus of fiftyvoices.
calvary m. e. church, ,
12!?th St. and 7?h Av.
Minister, I !?" Willis P. Odrll. D. D. _
f m?v. iiarr> I'isnam, i*. 1#. l
.Services by Dr. Odell.
11 A. M.?"My Neighbor."
HP. M.?"Tho N?x* War." j %
Madison Av. Church, 60th St.
I>r. ll.AM'll \V SOCKM.VX. Pastor.
11?"Tin* Merciful Radical."
8?"Dynamic Memories." ^
6?0?Social Hour Young People.
JOHN STREET fM' ,
Motficr Church of American Methodism. '
Ancient Shrine Attracts World-Wit!" Vlsjtors
ST. AXDhEW'S MKTllolMST < lll'RCH, 1
76th Street and Columbus Avenue.
11 A. M.?ALLAN MAC ROSS IK will preach. h
8 P. M.?Commissioner LYMAN HUYBON, 0
Geneva. "The Children of Kurope."
METROPOLITAN TEMPljKTlTst. A 7th Av. I
Rev. Joseph W. Chasey, D. p.. Minister.
11 A. M."Three Attributes of God."
8 P. M.?"From Pit to Palace." ^
M W ( lit It* II ^wpflrn-H NEW
CHURCH. -
35th St . IW?wn Park and levinirton Av?.
Rev. It'MAN* 1<. SMYTH, Pastor.
Service. 11 A. M., the Rev.
PAUL SPERRY of Washington. P. r , J
a111 preach All are Invited.
BROOKLYN.
BROOK 1.1 N SOCIETY of the NEW CHCRCH J \
Monroe Plare, Corner of Clark ft.
Tako InterborouKh .Subway to Clark St. |
Service at 11 A. M. '
Rev. E. M. L. Gould will preach. |
Kuh.leet: "Are All Men Equal?"
NEW TKOI GUT MIts.
MARY < HAPIN,
Sunday Morning Services, 11 o'clock.
Commodore lintel <|?d St.). All Welcome.
Subject: "The Fountain of Eternal Youth."
REV. THOMAS PAKKEIt BOYD.
From st. Paul's Episcopal Church. | San
I'ranclseo. will also speak.
Inter* tens and Classes Mondays at 3 and I
H 1'. M.. I arnevle Hall. Iloom RIP. on Con- I
rfntriUlon and Pro^p^rlty. *
OTWFK *KKV1CK?.
THE COMING MILLENNIAL REICN *
OF THE MESSIAH WIU. BE IN HEAVEN | J
RATHER THAN ON THE EARTH THE | 4
JEWS WILL NOT RETURN TO PALES- <
TINE AND THERE WIU. BE NO PREACHING
OF THE GOSPEL DURING THE
MILLENNIUM. j
WHEN WILL THE
MILLENNIUM BEGIN ? .
A Bb f
Carlyle B. J
120th Lenox
Don't in1*? |
INSTANTANEOUS jj
HEALING
Free Meptal Science Lecture (
Fenwicke Lindsay Holires
NnN Trtchtr of Hentnl Science. 1
Author "Law of Mind In Action." Ac. '
Moroico Theatre, 217 W. 45th St.
Sunday, 3 P. M.
ninin i in** i? inr nrnuu !Vli*nrf of
s Jmb*. ? p. M. r
Katharine Eggleston Holmes. Leader
THURSPAY I.BCTtTRES. M-.W.PIV
IIOTKT.. eor.OMAI. ROOM V
2 .TO A.VP H P. M.
HF.AL.tyo FOLLOWH EACH LECT1HK
AM) U I.VY HAVE FEES HEALED /]
tssriyTt.Y. NOTE?Mr.
Holmes- arret lecture on
"Phylcal Selene# Proof of Mental Science,"
Sunday, Nov. 21.
J 11
- A. A. IJ \i )SAY. M.D. H
"Pterholofy of Success"
fPf MOROSCO THEATRE n
45th St.. Went of H'wny
Seats free (Collect Ion) ' *
Author matty^ Psycho- ^
SEARS ML06OPHY
run ken life livable. ' /
Snndny, II A. M.,
l?r. P. IV. V?m. Orator.
Princess Theatre )Tf iTsih av. j
Knhfect?'Metitnl Nnn?il>n*eern' (
Adnilnrlun to non-members, #1 V.
TUAWPCrit.'iMr a DDtrti
i iiauxnii ? i -tv j ftrrr,/\L r
fivb toijith mission. k.
Ono hundred and ?hlr*y flvo f?d rnrh nno- *
May. 40? families supplied ?-lth Thankamv *
ln? dinner*. Numberless raiia during tit"
ivlntfr Monay Is the beet gift, as * ? ran
buy wholsale. Send grlfm to Rev. F" J.
Helrher, Superintendent, or Mr*. M. I. Ho*
era. Treasurer, <10 Madlann at . New YorV jn
n i ii i r n w m
tlilllAJUlin Old Chi"" Tjieatrr. M
M Ooyer Street. 0
Vl% A'vaVa Onspel P?rrbf Nightly, 1" V M
el? MAS J. NOON AN. Superintendent.
k
RELIGIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
OTHER SERVICES.
I
COME BACK. TO LIKE! | *
NOT AS "HPIRIT3. SPOOKS, OR \
GHOSTS; IJUT IN REAL HoDILY Eg
FORM"?
Wh..ru will they go? What will thuy do? Rs ?
Will wu rt-coRnUu them?
BIBLE PREDICTIONS |
ONE N AMINO 12 KIN OS WHO 1 ,
WILL REIGN UNDER ONE HEAD 3
THEN PERMANENT PEACE p 1
FREE LECTURE
PASTOR S (
E. E. FRANKE |,
4.r?th 8tr**t
West of H'way ^ | I
Sun. Eve. | (
Doors Open 7:15 P. M. ^ i
QUESTIONS ANSWERED 1
DECEMBER 5th. 3 P. ML
At Selwyn Theatre
42d St., West of Broadway
INSTANTANEOUS
HEALING M
Subject of Lecture by
Mrs. Genevieve Behrend
Interview for healing before
and after lecture
ARMISTICE SUNDAY, .14:. P. M.
Dedication of the Memorial Tablet 1
> our member.* who gnvo their liv^n in tli*
great World War.
. P. M.. HON. JAMES W. GERARD.
r.rni'T Ambassador to Germany and one of
.merlca's foremost Publicist!, will speak on "KEEPING
AMERICA STRONG."
Mr. Wm. M Klngsley will preside.
Miss Uuth Dinrud, Harpist, will play.
Test Side V M. C. A.. 318 West 57th St. |
PRESBYTERIA N
ifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, i
Fifth Avenue und Fifty-fifth Street.
Roisters f ricv- JOIIN REDMAN, D. D.
I 1 Rev. JAMES PADMER. Ph. D.
Pr. HE D.MAN will preach at 11 and 4:.'i0.
Itble School at P :3't. Men's Class at 10 A.M.
At 4, Organ Recital by Harry Gilbert.
At 8:1.", P. M. -Wednesday, In tho Chapel.
II ' ducted b> ". K, Iman
>FNTW A1 IMCI ^HTyterianTHTTRCH, i
1 P./YD Madlsen av. and 57th at. I
*ev. Dwight W. Wylie, D.D., LL. D.
PASTOR.
1 A M *- 4 SO P.M.?Preaching by the Pastor. |
Thero will ho a half hour Organ Recital ,
v Mr. William Roddick, beginning at 4
'clock, preceding the afternoon service. I,
Wednesday, 8 P. M.?Ltevoslonal Meeting.
-ltoi I KrOD I 1 LK1 AIM urlUKurl,
r.th av.. 11th and 12th sts.
IKov. (V'-orge Alexander, P. P.
Bolsters {Rev Harry Kmer'on Fosdlck, D. D.
(Rev. Thomas Outbrle Speers.
II A. M.?l?r. Fosdlck.
8 F. M.?Mr. Speer-.
BRICK CHURCH,
Fifth Avenue and Thirty-seventh Street.
> William riereon Merrill.
Bolsters } Throflor, Alnsworth Greene.
Dr. MERRILL will preach a*. 11 and 4. !
Bible School at 0 40.
NOONDAY SERVICE dally at 12 80.
!dPresbyterian Church 53B5im
Dr. ROBERT WATSON. Minister.
I A. M ?Dr. WATSON will preach
4 P. M.?Communion Service.
8 P. M.-Pr. MERRILL of the Brick Church
will preach.
JTCiF U S DBYTKKiAN CHURCI^
y ' 1 Broadway and 13d 81.
Ree. DANIEL RT SSRLL, D. t? . Pastor,
will preach at 11 A. M. and H p. M.
11 A. M.?Dedication of Honor Roll.
S P. M.?'"Paul Before Felix."
LinnTII YTERIAI CHURCH. I
ill IU I U r2"> West 'Mth St.
II 111 I II Rev. John R. Mackay, D. p..
lUl ? I I I LL D . Pastor.
11 A. M?Dr. Mackay.
i P. M.?Qen. John F. O'Ryan.
IADISON AV. PRESBYTERIAN ( HT7RCH,
Northeast Coraer 73d St.
1 A. M.--Rev. Henry Sloanc Coffin, D. D.
30 P M -Rev. Paul Dwlght Moody.
R P. M.-Pr. Coffin.
All Stall Free. 1
BROADWA Y
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Broadway and 114th Street. 1
Rex. Walter Duncan Buchanan, D. D..
III later, will preach at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.
! F Q T K H PRl>BYfERIAN. "
O h J 1 L 11 L/ Am.t. Av,f c#r ,09th
Pr. A EPWTN KE1GWIN.preaches.
I?Armistice Day Sermon.
R?Dr. Frederick Lynch: "The Armistice."
:rSt IPTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, j
t UP I ri West End Aienue. 81st Street.
F.dgar Whltaker Work. D. !>., Pastor.
Dr. Work speaks 11 and 8. Brooks Poet,
tmerlean Lcgl'ii. attends evening services
PEST. PARK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Amsterdam Avenue and 80th Street,
lev. ANTHONY II. KVANS, D. D., Pastor.
3r. EVANS will preach 11 A M A 8 P. M.
J5vg. Subject "Blessings In Disguise " i
^RFFNIWirH I'reshvterian Church.
jRLLnWlCri ]Jth St.. near 6th A*, j
VILLI AM II. MATTHEWS, P D. Pastor
Services at II and 8 |
rit'iTl s i wt FIMSt OPA1
ML ANGELS' CHURCH
VKST KM) AV. . AMI BINT MHKKT
'vv >4 II..I inpnv Tfiit riRi nrl T> T? Tt..cf/ir
roly Communion 8 A. M
lorritn* Prayer A Sormon CRnotorl. 11 A. M
Ivenlng Prayor 4 P. M
thrangom Wtlnnmo.
SURCHOFTHE RESURRECTION
7Ifh ?t.. noar Pnrli Av.
ho Ho*. E. HI NSEI.L HOI KNF. Korlor.
1 A. M.?Holy Communion
i A. M MnrnliiK 1'rayor A Sormon. Ttootor.
I P. M.?Church S<hool.
' P M.?Choral Kvonaon*. Ur<-tor bo(f1no
aorloa ohort addroi?t on Cliurch Toachlnt111
IK II <>| S| MAKV rilK VIKIilN
HI# W??l 4414 li SI root.
Ho*. >). 4?. II. Il?rry, II. !>.. Ilootor.
Mnos'? for Communion, 7 30. 8 13, H Hlrh 1
taao and Hrrmnn ?flortor), 10:43. Vcapor*
nd Rrrraon (Pr. Dclany). 4.
Friday at 1 P. M., Benodlcflnn and S?rmmi
nootor).
<?T TWDM.WS ( MI RCH
nth Av. and KM SI.
ev. ERNEST M. STIRES |>. P., Rector.
* A. M.?Holjr Communion. 11?Mnrnlnic
rrvlee and Sermon (Re*. Htuart 1. Ty?on).
4?KSveneorift end Addre?e (Pr. l.enrh).
K p. M ?Hour of Orf n Mimic 1
in Irs cm m h
Rrnndway nnd HWh Sfreel.
>*. ChtrlM Hewls Slattery. D. D. Rector. 1
Inly Communion ? A. M
or vice A Sermon (The Rector! ....11 A. M
n*er Rvmoonir (Pean Rohhlno). ... K P. M.
I'oily Noonday Service at 12 ^ I
>T. IGNATIUS
Rev. WIM.1AM PITT McCt'NE, Rector.
Manse* 7, S, P ."! >, 11.
Veepor* and Benediction, 4.
Church of Zion and St. Timothy,
S.H ITmI 57th S|Pr,t.
:*t. rrf(Kn? k <r , n p., hffwf
R tt rT??rtn#> * R (Rrv. W.
HRJST CIH'RCH
Rev TOHN R. ATKINSON Rartor.
Serviced, *:80, II, A and 0
f* r M Rcy John f'ampbell.
IT stKPHtN-s r;v.v?.vH
?frawford i'r?l*. Memorial Service
- Tt Mi'T.' linn ' Mexican Pnrder Condition*"
ST. I'M I - I II \l l '
Timed" ay, Fulton and Vrtjir 8ta.
Rev. .I??f|ih P. Mr( ntnm, II. II., Vicar.
A, 10 'tn. II A M , Sermon. A id ret t.
III |:< II III Mil Mill A I OMMI vinv
Mil V ..nil t<l!h ?t.
or\|. e? ?. fl.::i>, 11. 12 M . 4 and A P M
. Mnrt'x ( h? ly?renre *t (nr. Iimh A
Anpl At.) S A . f> 10 * tl A. M.;
P. It.? Ilrv. Breck Ackley, Rector
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RELIGIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
-*
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL.
CHAPEL OF TIIE INTERCESSION
(Trinity Parish), Broadway and 163th St.
Rev. M H. r.ATES. T>. D.. Vicar.
8 and 8:46-A. M.. Holy Communion. 9:45,
unday School. II. Service and Strmon. 4
'. M , Popular Vcspt-ra. Mildred Dill Inf.
arpUt. will play "t'lalr de Lune." Debussy;
I.a Source." Ilaa.ielmaris; "Fantaale." Daol?.
laio RlgK*. recital organist, will play
Klanlk-Tone Poem." Smetana; "March?
!* T- i ?y; Andantlno in i- riai,
,emarc; Nocturne in A flat. Liszt. Address
f L>f Gates. The Truro of Gad." 8 P. M.,
-?l Ci'Mnunn nnd Sermon, Rev. Canon E.
I u* ?. F. How and Chaplain of Trinity
l?e?ta. Oaf. rd. Canon Residentiary of Peter o?h
< ? edral and a member of thd
' ' -.sr Tx.eestion. will preach.
Jhurch of the Heavenly Rest
fifth *? . Above 4Mb ?t.
Hrrf-ert Shipman, D.D., Rector.
>" m 4 end II A. M. and 8 P. M.
Armistice Memorial Sunday.
I I. M ?'The Gloria Trumpeter*.
8 1". M -f ?. - rvlee, under the ausptcsd
of the Guild of St. Paul,
llriuts ((uartet.
DR. SHIPMAN WILL PREACH
Morning and Kvenliny. i
Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Amsterdam .%?. nnd 112th St.
8 and 10 \ M Holy Communion.
8:80 A. >1 Holy Communion (Spanish!.
II A. M.?Service In memory of the Soldlera
.rid Sailors of the 1" S who died in the War.
Teacher, Dean MYERS of Havana.
4 P. M.?Preacher,
Rev Dr. CHARLES L, KLATTERT.
Dally Services -7 :.'J0 A. M.. 5 P. M.
(Choral except Monday and Saturday.)
CALVARY CHURCH ^tA3i:
Her. Theodora Srdfniek, L>. D.(| Uector.
e ana iu:in- nmy toinrauniDn. ,
11 A. M.?Morning Prayer and Unveiling of
he tablet on which In th* Honor Roll of
hose who served In the World War. TA.'ol.
Burton J. L<? . former Consulting Sur:eun
of the Second Division, A. E. F., will
nake the address.
* Jl M Th* Rector. __
Crinilv Church
Iter. WILMAM T. MANNING, D. D., RMor.
r. 8 and 0?Holy Communion.
10:30? Morning Prayer.
11 -Holy Communion and Sermon. Preacher,
Ftev Canon K. A. Burroughs. Fellow and
'haplain of Trinity College, Oxford.
5:30?Kvenaong and Sermon.
SEATS ? BEE m
St. Bartholomew's Church,
Park Avenue and 31*t St.
Rev. LEIC.HTON PARKS, D. D.. Rector.
8:30 A M ?Holy Communion.
11 A. M ?Morning Prayer and Sermon.
.'1 P. M.?Sunday School.
4:30 p. M Evenhong and Address.
Dr. LEICHTON PARKS will oreadi
at 11 A. M and 4 .so p M.
CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION
Madl.on A\.nur iintl 3MH Street
The lire. Hor;ioe Percy >il?er, Hector.
8 A M. Holy Communion.
1) 45 A. M.?Sunday School
11 A. M.?Mnrnlnp Prayer, Sermon 'Rector).
4 P.M. Choral Evemong ntec'ton
uhurcn or tne i ransii?uranon,
1 East 2!>th St. Pr. HOUGHTON, Rector.
COMMUNIONS 7, fi and 0 A M
10:30. TOURS* MASS IN* F and SERMON.
Prea<h.r Rev. T?r. LUBECK.
4 o'clock OUORAI, KVENSONG
Organ Recital. > I' M . by B. Clark.
EGLKPE ST. ESPRIT. 4" >>t ~27.
La Plmanche a 10:30. Rectcur Wlttnteyar.
REFORM ED ( Ml i:< II is AMERICA.
KIDDLE COLLEGIATE CHURCH.
3d Ave. and 7th St.
Rev. Edgar Franklin Romlg. Minister,
will prca' h at 1l A M. and fi P. M.
, MARBLE COLLEGIATE CHURCH.
!Jth Ave. and 2fltli S'.
Rev. Pavld James Burrell. I* P.. Minister.
11 A. M., Pr Ilurrcll will preach.
Subject: "The Whit" Chrl?t of Flanders'*
S P. M.?Dr Panlol A Poling will pr-ar.h.
Subject: "The Laddies Who Fought and Won"
COLLEGIATE CHUKCII OF ST. NICHOLAS.
nth Ave. nnd ?8th St.
Malcolm Jam** MarLeod, Minister.
Hervlres at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M
Dr. MacLeod will preach at both servlnea,
Evcr.lng subject: "TheLesson of theVultures.'*
WKMT KVP ? OI.I.KGIATF ( 111 RCH.
West End Ave. ami 77'h Street.
Rev. Henry Kvcrtson Cohh, D. D.. Minister,
will preach at 11 A. M. and 4 P. M.
At 4 10 1' M. Special Music.
"Great la Jehovah. ' Schubert.
7:30 P. M?Christian Endeavor Society.
FT. WASHINGTON C OLIJEGIATF CmRCH,
Fort Washington Ave and 181st flt.
All Seats Free.
Rev. Irving II Berg. D. P., Minister,
will preach.
11 A. M.?"Christ's Yoke, Man's Hope '
_8 P. M ?"The Hardness of Llf? "
REFORMED CHI HOI OI HARI KM.
l.enox Av. and 123d St.
Rev. Edgar Tllton. Jr.. P. P . Minister.
11 A. M.?Preaching by the Rev. Frank Hall
Wright, P.P. s P.M., Pr Tllton win pr?ach.
nAMILTOS GILANUR, ' on vent A*. 148th.
Rev. Arthur Frederick Mahon. Minister.
Services 11 A_ M jvnjl 8 P. M.
SriRITI \l ISM "*
IMMORTAL! f\\
New York Spiritual and Psychical Research
Society Invites Investigation of wonderful evt- ,
dence of "Spirit Communication" revealed by
Maria Velez. Cuban Medium, now conducting
HEALING MISSION at Society. 143 West
130th et. (Spanish and English) Demonstration*
dally from II A. M. to 10 P. M.
SPTRITT'ALJSM. RE-INCARNATION,
TRANSMIGRATION OF SO ELS. 'trussed
Sunday. 8 P. M , at 1B1 West 123th at.
Questions answered.
Iai?. El i. ./"rLTT-IE
I ivnsi ^iiiliuaildl V^IIUILI^
I'arnegln Hall. < hupter Room. Fifth floor.
Sunday, 8 P. M , Address, Divine Healing
and Messages Tuesday, 8. Friday, 8 F. M ,
Oenealoglral Hall. 228 West 68th St.. Sirs.
Margaret Campbell, leader.
WHITE ROME SPIRITUAL CHURCH
HAS REMOVED TO 260 WEFT 72D ST.
CATHERINE CLEMENT At All Meetings.
Meetings: Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
* P. >f.
Tu?Jdoy_ and Friday 2 P. H
Spiritual and Kthiral "Society, Helen Tempi"
Brlgham. Inspirational speaker, Hotel A?tor.
every Sunday, 3 P. M. Audience gives
subjects for address and poetical Improvisations.
FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHUR^FC
1M East 58th Mreet. near 3d Asenue.
. EVERY S END A Y AT 1 P M
TITEOMOPHY.
AT 2228 BROADWAY.
N>w York l.oflsf* Thfnoophifal HoHfly.
Sunday, Nov. 14. k-.io p. AT . Icetura by
Mil. < AKI> KNATFF,
ART AND LIFE."
Frae Study i'I****** and L^ndlnjr Library.
Public Cordially Tnvitrd.
THEOSOPHK AI MW'IETY (IndependetST.
124 W M M Puh'ir I'M 'turf* **fin<lffc? *v?nln?
The Unitarian Campaign
William H. Toft. Honorary Chairman.
MASS MEETING
am. snriA1 rnrwH.
4th At. find 20th St..
TO-MORROW at H:00 P. M.
tn?plrtn? "?poaker?. special Muelr.
t nltarlano and nil nthrr l.lheral Christian*
urn incited to be present.
No Collo-tion will be TtiVen'
West Side Unitarian Church
( HAS. FRANCIS POTTER. Minister.
Clarence rjllltd'. Stjp't School.
Frank Stewart Adami, Ort;ajilii?.
Grace I.ealle Sololat
R'mr at 11?th St. Ser\lre, II A. M.
"THE RENAISSANCE
OF UNITARIAN ISM."
Modern rhtirrh School at 11 A. M.
UNITARIANS and others Intnrettod In T.lkernl
Religion. not affiliated with any Ve-?
York Unitarian Church, are requested '?
romtnunrat" a' mi' with C. O. BAYWAW^
MM ftth a?., New Tork. _|
rvTVFRs VU'Tj
r" CfsTRAL Park WesT& 76"* St.
I JOSEPH FORT NEWTOKD.al
^ MINISTtR. tl
Will Preacli Sunday Men mg. II o'clock.
BnhJert- "THF. l IK.RtM rATHKIlS."
At t P M.?"The MlnlMrv of l/lteratore."
Quartette. VJaltara Wrirwnt
A I OANTA.
VF.bANT \ MM II.TV, 117 \v. 7.M 9w <imf
llodlmnand* "Klrshna and Bon* Orteatlal.
3 P. M Prof Hhantrl, Ph. r> . of Tndlai
"Tranrcend" tallem." 9 P. It. All VdCMHi
[3. M. t . A.
nR<X>KI T.l.
Dr. S. PARKls CADMAN.
"Th* Met of the Mayflower," Bedford
Branch V M A , 1121 Rodford hv . Hkly*
Btimlay, .1:30 r. At Men Only. Free
Men'* M vtlnf In Qr^ittr X** Yorw<
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