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Hatch Salto-Nuts
"A Delicious Box of Goodness'
Ai Chicago lady, to whom a New York girl
frjrnd sent a box of HATCH SALTO NUTS,
m ackow lodging the gilt described it as "a
delicious box of goodness.'
Hie C hie a go lady then went on to sav she had
f never eaten HATCH M.TO NLTS before,
bit she instantly recognired their superiority
isi flavor and quality over ordinary salted nuts.
HATCH SAI TO.Nl TS rMlxedt at ^
lb. (they may be bought in smaller quantities)
are sent everywhere at the same price as prevails
in the Hatch New York store.-., because
"HATCH HE PAYS THE PARCEL POST" ,
Four Hatch Stores: 3 on the West Side of <
Broadway, near 43th, 52d and 99th Streets,
afld one in Herald Square, hth Av. near 35th
. . St. Send for bookie:. Telcnhone Fitzroy 241. j >
SAMUEL MARX
115-117 W. 23d St.
VH ST OK OTII VVK.
has been instructed
manu^acturer8
'))) to ?^er at
FRIVATE SALE
16 Carloads of
Din ng & Bedroom
Ferioi!
FURNITURE
t In Walnut. Mahogany, Ivory
and Golden Oak
Suites and Odd Pieces
Sale Now in Progress
- lor a Limite I erio ! Only |
/2-44 Last 58th St.
SALE TO-DAY
; end continuing daily all next week
< (excepting Thanksgiving Day)
each afternoon at 2:30 P. M.
The Remarkable
ANTIQUE
SPANISH
COLLECTION
formed by
SENCR J. CAERE JO
I 7 Plaza de Los Cortes. Madrid
The Premier Antiquaire of-Spain
Ti)*rth(>r ?uii
The Collection of
Old Laces and Textiles
.' Hfintled by
SENGRA CAERE JO
The Famous Lace Expert
I lie ShI? will he conducted by
hi:, vn;i sris? c o vkkj;
^ Oonifflon
H S3i1S8
I ?
A neglected cold at this time
: of year may develop into a
serious cough or throat trouble.
Father John's Medicine treats
colds in the natural way, by
giving each organ strength to
; resume its normal work. Re:
member, you are safe when you
: take Father John's Medicine,
because this old-fashioned
, family medicine contains no
alcohol or dangerous drugs, j
60 year? in us?
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THAT STOPS PAINS
Keep Sloan s Liniment handy to
put the "feel good"' hack
into the system
ALL it needs is just one trial?ah
little applied without rut thing, for <
it i? nflrnh to convince you of i
its merit in relieving sciatica, lumbago,; i
neuralgia, lame muscles, stiffness, 1
bruises, pains, backaches, strains, and '
the after-effects of exposure.
- The congestion is scattered, promptly.
cleanly, without effort, eeonomi- ;
rally. You become a regular user of
Sloan's Liniment, adding your enthusiasm
to that of its many thousands of
other friends the world over, who keep ,
U handy in case of n"od. Three sizes at
ail druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40.
&l0 U?j?$
Liniment(feffi
Fnr repairing rhlnn, glaaxwat . furaltur*.
n>for*i hsum, vb bb, t'pplng UllllBrd n#?, t'HB
>lnV?r'H HiiU mt nikI l.c?Onr Crimitlt hi'B
good %t nil flwilrr*.
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HAITIANS CONFRONT'
'BEAUTIFUL MARINE'
Freeman Lang, Charged ith
Murder of Nine Prisoners,
Denies Accusation.
WEEPS GIVING EVIDENCE '
I c
Admits Killing Pandit t hief *
Who Attempted to Escape
From Gendarmes.
C
Vnv 11 ?Freeman
' v?l A. 11 . ... !
Lang, a former American marine,
-harged with the murder of nine Hay- I 1
linn prisoners, a to In took th- stand to- j 1
3tty In his own liohalf. II" denied .spa- 1
:lflcally every accusation against him. '
lie frankly admitted, however, the kill- '
ingr of one bandit chief with i machine 1
gun at Hlnche while attempting to .s- 1
"ape. He fired at the bandit 'rom his awn
front porch, he said. '
Lang testified after four native 1
gendarmes had taken the stand and i1q- '
clnred they saw him murdrr several (
prisoners, bringing the number of vie- <
tints up to nine.
ICach witness at the hearing went 1
into details and described bow the na
lives were shot. One witness was confused
on the point as to whether the 1
prisoners were shot while attempting to 1 I
escape. '
Just after beginning his testimony <
Lang suffered a nervous weeping attack. (
A Haytlun courier who was called to
the stand described Lang as "very I
young, of blond hair and very beautiful." i
"The beauty of Lang." the witness
added, "makes a strange contrast with !
the acts for which ho has been r?- i
proached." <
f'apt. Kelly testified lie was with
Lang the night o<' the shooting and they
inspected the jail together. He swore 1
that Lang had killed no one.
The testimony of the prosecution and j i
iiw rlr.fenee inis absolutely conflicting. !
tlie defence attempting to discredit the
gendarmes, who told stories similar to ,
those given in previous hearings.
As the gendarmes related the circum- ,
stances of the alleged shooting they I
dramatically rose front their seats and !
identified Lang a. having been re- 1
sponsible.
FORGED SHIP TICKETS 1
STRAND 250 EMIGRANTS
Bound for U. S.f Victims Are
Held at Cherbourg.
Special Cable to Tun Nnw York Mentis
Copyright. 19iu, hp The New York Hbrai.o.
New York llrrald Kiireivu, >
Paris, Not, lit), t
if 250 Jewish emigrants who are
being held In Cherbourg ever lay their
hands on one of their compatriots
named Klorian, who it was charged defrauded
them out of 350.000 francs by
means of bogus steamship and railroad
tickets to the Urjited States, there will .
be a miniature pogrom. The Jewish !
emigrants are from ten European States
and are travelling under the guidance of
the Amerlean Society for the Protection
ol Emigrants. The society collected the
money from them to buy their tickets,
but they called in M. Klorian, a broker,
to do the business.
After a delay of several days
FlorTun handed the society a n<'iit I
]>u< k*t containing blue, yellow and pink 1
steerage tickets. The happy emigrants j
1. ft Far lit for Cherbourg, dreaming ofj
the Statue of Ulberty, but when they j
arrived at the port and tried to g'. '
aboard a vessel bound for the United
States they were informed by an in- j
ttrpretor: "They are fakes, these
tickets."
Hasty calls on the society by the i
emigrants resulted in a police invest!- 1
cation, but Florin n and the money have |
disappeared. The ..Minister of the In- j
terlor has instructed the port officials in
Cherbourc to shelter these emigrants
until a fund is produced, either by the
society here or their friends in New
York, to enable them to continue their ,
voyage.
BUSINESS MEN PROTEST
ACTS OF DRY OFFICIALS
Denounce Seizure of Ship in
Enforcement Case.
Special Despatch to Tub Xtw York IIebalii. j
* " " 1-1 I1..MU,, |
lor*
W ushingtiin, l?. Nov. It?. 1 j
Internal Revenue Commissioner Williams
and Prohibition Director Krnmor
have another hitter liquor enforcement j
row on their lian<l?. Representatives of i
the Norfolk. V?., Chamber of Commerce
and business Interests In general have 1
made an appeal to both officials to have
prohibition officers cease Interfering with
iihipphiK because of individual detin- i
quenclen under the Volstead act.
The steninshlp MlfM was seised |
<ome time ago. the Norfolk men state, be- j
oauM one of the crew was caught trans- |
porting whiskey. Bond in the sum of |
$800,000 was asked for the release of the 1
vessel. Upon protest the amount was reduced
to $60,000. and then bond waived
lltoqrther and the vessel released
The Norfolk delegation maintains 'hot
selsure" of ships under such clrcumutau
'es constitutes interference with the ,
ommen-e of their i. it. and tuc\ wanted
i*?ur.?nces fr'un the Commissioner that i
similar action will not be taken again.
Though officials will make no comment
in I iiavi made i ilcep secret of lit" discussion.
they let it be understood that |
the meeting w.t an amir able ..m- and
that the delegations left with a vuranees I
in both side* of . ooperat .on In liquor
nforcement and non-lnterfeveni e with1
omnr.erc"
789 CASES OF TYPHOID
IN SMALL OHIO CITY
Many Children in Salem Suffer?Wnt
"r Simo/v Rlamrd.
Sai.f.m. Ohio. Nov. 19.?Nine new ases I
r>f typhoid fever wore reported to the
health authorities here to-day, brlmlriK
the known total to 78!>. Sixteen persons
were under Investigation, with the expectstlon,
nttendlnir physli-lima raid, that
nil would develop the disease.
h'our em rgency hospitals established
within the last few weeks were filled
with patient* and the situation In this
pity of less than l'i.ooo population, neeordlnir
I" K. A. Latnont, chairman of
the elf !*ens' relief rommlttee, was said I
to he desperate.
"We have not yet reached the peak
of the epidemic," said .Mr. Lament
Several weeks aco the first case of
Uphold appeared In Salem and was
followed so nut kly by others that alarm
Was felt. law al physicians traced the
reuse to the city water system. It was
said, and the State health authorities
w*ra notlfi? 1. The proper stens were
taken (<> purify the water supply, but
the number of cases continued to nro-.v
until to-day a total of 78!* were reported.
Eleven persona have died s.rce the epllemic
start'd.
Many of the victims are workmen
i mplnyed In the tow n factories and
their families, and it was neceasiriv to
jpr-ri emerfifiiu-y hospitals in order to
jive them proper medical attention. I
I
THE NE
IMPERIALISM CLEAR,
SAYS SENATOR BORAH
Article XI. as Dangerous as
Article X., He Asserts.
/ ' -to.' Dispatch to Thi Nnv l'oau Ilnui o.
>?r\> \ nrk ii j- 1(1 llurmu,
Washington, 1>. <\, Nov. 1!). i
Senator W. 13. Borati (Kep., Idaho)
o-day declared that Article XI. of tht '
?eague of Nations covenant, is as
langerouH and obnoxious as Article X.
'ammeniing on the action of the Geneva
onference, which has ordered troops to
.'ilna to supervise the coming- plebiscite,
le said the Geneva conference was aetng
under the authority of Article XI.
md that this action showed that Article
<. is superfluous, as It only permitted
he league to do the things that it may j
io under Article XI.
"Tljr imperialists at Geneva are urn I
nasklng with startling rapidity. They
Irst voted down a resolution for open
sessions. Now they call on every mem- j
>er of the league for troops to execute j
he will of the assembly. This call is !
uade, not under Article X,. about which ;
we have heard so much, hut under '
Article XI., which we have studiously
lodged. As Article X. Is under disfavor
n some places they are resorting to
article XT., which covers every discretion
that the council of the league
ould possibly entertain.
"They have a. perfect right to resort
o Article XT : It is far more obnoxious
ind dangerous than Article X. In
Article X. you do have some standards
ay which you may possibly he guided,
ut under Article XI. you never know
what you are going to be called on to
lo until the league emerges from behind
.losed doors and tells you.
"We have it demonstrated here, therefore,
that the council or the assembly
>C the league claims the right to cat.
,ov troopn from all members of the
! ague and to apportion the forces
imong the members. And they further
.ontend that the members of the league
are under an absolutely compelling
moral obligation to sind these troops.
opponents of the league, that the council
or the assembly will sit in secret and
determine what constitutes war. or the
threat of war, and. without consulting
those who must pay the taxes and do j
the fighting and dying, order troops |
hither and thither to any part of the i
earth."
MEW BELGIAN CABINET |
HEADED BY DE WIART
Catholic, Socialist and Liberal
Coalition Formed.
Ilp.fssKt.s. Nov. 19. ? If. Carton De
Wiart, former Minister of Justice, has
constituted a Cabinet to succeed the Ministry
which resigned two weeks ago. The
more important posts were filled as follows
: Premier, II. Carton de Wiart; Minister
of Justice. Emilc Vandervolde : Minister
of Foreign Affairs, M. Jaspar : Minister
of Finance, Col. Thounys; Minister
of Industry, Charles Wauters; Minister
of Defence, M. Dcveze.
The Cabinet consists of four Catholics,
fo ir Socialists, three Laoerals and one I
non-partisan.
f The Rig!
for CI
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^ Proper selection of books
N children's development as
surroundings. Many paren
jp: ficult problem.
^ In the Children's Book Sec
jjjjgj ment you will find a young
^ fitted to aid and advise our
for juvenile reading.
j|| This young woman has re<
id her work from leading juv
'3 authorities. She brings to
id and understanding so cssen
pj ing on books for children.
rl This service, in conjunctioi
2; dren's Book Section, can
? parents interested in the
[J entertainment of their chile
' ?Children'*
^ Main ilwii
I y/Jfi/fici
^ HERALD SQf'ARL ' Pn
ALIEN PR
. CUSTC
All the Right. Ti
of t
ALIEN PROt'ERI
in an
300 SHARES OF THI
of ti
SENEFELDER LITHO S
of
New "
Manufacturer* of Lithor^raf
NOTICK IS UK RE BY GIVEN
Gftrvan, M Alien PlUfMVtyl ClNOdiKB,
to the highest bidder at the office o
pany, Inc., .'12 Greene Street. New \
the 3d day of I fecembor, 1920, 31
Senefelder I.itho Stone Company, I
being all the outstanding capital st<
Full (Irwrtplhiii of nnd iriformitlon >
tho ?rmi? nnd rendition* of Impwtln
m*y ti? olitnltiml hi application to
I t:rc?n of Rule, till Wont 1 fit filrfH
FRA
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:\V YORK HERALD, S,
MR. MUNSEY BUYS 1
TWO NEWSPAPERS
Continued from First Pag*.
publication of a paper here, and the 1
same year the first iasue of the Mary- ]
land Journal and Baltimore Advertiser
appeared.
Mr. Gee:lard left the paper In the
hands :f his sister. Mary Goddard.
while he travelled north to establish u j
post"! system, which was the gernt of
the great postal system of to-day. She i
continued t-n control for ten years. I
Kurly in 1795 William I'echin of
Philadelphia bought the Journal and ;
changed Its name to the Baltimore ,
American and Commercial Intelligencer.
In 1799 it became the property of Alex !
Martin, and on May 11 that year it appeared
as the American. In 1815 the i
.. .? InuT.1 to ,i firm of nnh- !
Ushers, which continued in control until
I8a3, when the late C. C. Pulton obtained
a controlling Interest, und under
his management the paper prospered.
When lie died, ii) 1883, Gen. Felix
Agnus, his son-in-law, became the publisher.
and lie hus conducted the American
up to the present time. The American
took a conspicuous part in the ;
Revolutionary War. During the civil ]
war it was a Union paper, and subsequently
always a rftanch advocate of
the principles of the Republican party.
The history of the nation is written
in the records of the American. It was
the first advocator of public schools
in Maryland. To its agitation and re;'ommendatlnn
were due the establishment
of the .Maryland Historical Society.
the Maryland Institute for the
Promotion of Mechanical Arts, the
foundation of public schools for colored
children and other great educational enterprises.
It was. the earliest champion
of prof. Morse and the electric tele- 1
graph, and at all times has been a great
news gatherer, a champion of progress
end advocate of industrial development.
CHAUFFER'S ARREST
BARES $25,000 THEFT
Mrs. Cahn's Heme in Hartsdale
Ransacked; Jewels Gone
A two weeks' search for Henry Miller,
a chauffeur, who is alleged 10 nave jen um
employ of Mrs. Clara Cahn of 270 Park
avenue on election day simultaneously
with the disappearance of $25,000 worth
ol her jewels, ended early this morning
when deetetlves of the West 123d street
station arrsted him in 125th street. After !
Miller had been locked up on a charge of
burglary the detectives said he was try- '
ir.g to dispose of some of the jewelry
when they saw him.
Mrs. Cahn, according to the police,
had heen living in her summer home
at 'Hartsdale up to the date of the burglary.
She left Hartsdale to come to
i!n> city, and Miller, according to her
complaint, returned to the house and
ransacked it.
Tlie police did not know the date of j
the discovery or the theft ol the jewels !
from a safe in which they Had been
looked. Mrs. Cahn,. they said, called
their attention to the chauffeur and provided
only with the description she was!
able to give them they began their
search.
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liidren I
is as important for your Kj
are proper associates and |&
its find this selection a diftion
of our Book Departwoman
who is particularly m
patrons in selecting books J
ceived special training for p (
enile educators and other jP i
her work that knowledge ?2 >
tial to competent counsel- p (
a with our complete Chil- jS
be of real 'assistance to 11
mental stimulation and ||3 i
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TONE COMPANY, Inc.
York
?h and Printing Machinery!
that the undersigned. Francis P.
will offer (or sale at public auction
f the Senefelder Litho Stone Comrork
City, at 11:00 o'clock A. M., on
firt shares of the capital stock of (
nc., of the par value of $100 each,
)ck of the Company.
iMiccrntnu the property to ha ?olit,
II and ?ale, anil tlic order thereof.
JOSF.rl! F. OCrFKV, Olrertor.
, New Vork City.
NCIS P. GARVAN, }
Id Alien Property Custodian
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VTURDAY, NOVEMBER
WALLIS SEES PLOT TO
DUMP RADICALS HERE
European Officials and Ship
Companies Accused.
Frederick .V. Wallis, Commissioner of
Immigration, said la - t night before the
National Industrial Council in the Hotel
Pennsylvania that there is a worldwide
plot to dump radicals ar.d criminals into
America by way of New York. Concerned
in the plot. In- declared, are cor- j
rupt officials of European Governments,
directors and officers of many great
steamship companies and the police de- j
purtments of ut leu.-1 two large European
cities.
Mr. Wallis said that through an in- .
vestlgation at Ellis Island he had traced
the plot until he had found its origin, l
largely by the aid of a Polish boy who
tame here as a stowaway. Those in the
plot have failed in many instances to
dump large numbers of radicals and
f hlminolc Hv tin. tliati i! 11 11 * t I 11 1 J Mtlil
hiv sun ling them in as stowaways. Hitokl
of the large numbers of stowaways
011 various ships that have reached here
recently.
In an upptnl for strict .immigration |
laws .Mr. W'allis quoted cstimutes for
the next six years which point to 10,000.000
immigrants from Germany,. Italy j
and Holland alone, lie declared also
that ihe abnormal increase in emlgra-j'
tlon from Holland was due to the influx [
of Bolsoevik elements from Russia and
(lermany.
MISSING H VDHOI'liA.NK SAKK.
Havana Nov. 1!'.?Fears that tne 1
hydroaitph nc Santa Maria, which left 1
Key AVest at I :30 o'clock yesterday
afternoon for this city, hed been lost
were dispelled early to-day when reports
were received that the machine
had landed at Santa Cruz, a small port
fifteen miles from here. The captain. [
pilot and mechanic and six passengers
carried by the plane were reported safe. '
.1 novel a power ami purpose ]
The Parts
Men Play
Bi/ A. Beverley llnxter
$2.00
Thi< Is Am Anr?Tf>t-ori Book
j_ ?
"As truly as Shakespeare ' ' "
has thoughts and philosophies of his
own to clothe in urgent words," is what :
the New York World says of "Cuius
Gracchus," by Odin Greg ry. All book
sellers. Honi A- Liveright, Publishers,
Xew York. $2 net.
RELIGIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
AMERICAN ORTHOHOX CATHOUC.
< III it. II or ill:: TRANSPIRI RATION
(Holy I'tastcrn Kite In knttlish)
2111! Bast 17th Street.
Divine LiUnsjy (Mass) llktliA. M.
Vespers It P. M. '
Rt. ltev. Archimandrite Patrick, Rector.
TIAI'TIST.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Rroiifbvit.v anil 70th St.
PASTOR I. M. HALDEMAN. D. D.
II A. M.?"FOICEKNOWI.KDttK AMI
piikoksti nation."
K l?. M.?"TIIKIIK is A IVK'KKII TKACHIXIi
THAT TUP. NVI !. OP THK <THUSTI.VN
SI.KKl'S AT IIP.ATI! ANII IS I N
KOSsCIOIK. TUP I I N A I.I.Y MIST VNNI HII.ATKI).
AM) THAT IIKATII IN SCK1PII
If I: Al.WAVs MKAXs I'KSNATION "I
KKINIi. ON TUB f'ONTKAKY. SI HIPTI UK
TKAI'HKS THK I HKINTIAN 1IKAI) AUK,
IN IIKAYI.N AND HAPPY. THK IN
SAVKO AUK CONsriOl IN TIIK I NOEIt. , .
WOIII I). AMI THK SKI ONI> DKVI'H Is 1
T1IK KTKICN VI. IHSKMBOD1.MKNT OK
THK INSAYKD SOI I ."
Priiluv Nijthl. Nuv. Tilli. K o'clock?"Tile I
Turn pint Ion . f
FIFTH AVE BAPTIST CHURCH
4 to H Wr*t 46th Street.
Sunday School, Mail's and Wmnon's Class,
>: 40 A. M Young people's Service, :30 P.M.
Dr. UnrmlluH Woelfkin, Minister.
Will Preach at 11 A. M.
Thanksgiving 1 ?ny Service, Thursday, 11
\. M Dr. WodfUtn will preach.
AI.VAKY BAPTIST ( lit Itcn, W :?7th~sT. I
111;"v i\ \i. sua ni;s.
10:30 -Dr. Stiaton: "Is th? Time When
In 1st Wili Return ami We Will Have New
leavens and a N'*w Karth Wherein Dwell'tli
flightcousncst*?"
i?Mi -a Amy L Stockton In a Soul-Winning
Message.
Aount Morris Baptist Church,
Mli Av.. Between 136tli and 127tli St?.
ZARL WALLACE PETTY. D. D.
I A. M.? Anierlen's Cardinal sin.M
H P. M.?"The Isolation of the Musonh |
ileal." Special Masonic BefrkOi
:hn i kai i AP i is i ( :hurch. i
8. E. Cor. Md Sr and Amsterdam Ar.
Frank M. Goodchild, D. D., Pastor,
II "Tile Character of the Pilgrim*.''
M -"Wha? the Mayflower Brought to t'a."
FAIMWOKTH AN. I-. \ f ; I < 111 full.
7!ltli ?imI IKtlth St*, anil Wad-worth Av.
HKV. i: IIOM.ONVAY. I'm -tor.
I --"The Song of a Thankful Heart."
S?"The Fading Flower and the Unfading j
Word."
?~ CI1RISTI AN~ *<TKNCK.~
Services are held in the following
;hristian science churches.
Branches of the Mother Church.
Kumla:. 11 A. M. and S I*. M.
W' dii' ^dnyB, 8 1'. M.
'lriit Chur i. tYntral I'ark Went A With S'
croud i hun li antral Park West A (I8lh Sr
hlrd Church -58th HI., Ju*t rant of I'ark
Av. Sunday*. II A. M. and 4.110 P. M
'ourth Church?178th St. A It. Washington
Av.
'lfth Church?Aeollnu Mali, .'11 W. 4.1d St.
Ixth Church?13"1 Boston Road, Bronx,
eventh Church?112th St., runt of Broadway,
Sunday. 11 V. M., 4:.'JO P. M
llghth Church B'.'S Kant 77th Si.
ilnth Church?Park Avenue Motel, 4th Av
at arid st.
'nnth Church?103 Went r.7lh Rt
Eleventh Ojurcli 2.M12 Urtgg* Av.. II A. M.
Weltth 'hurch?Anderson Utllerlei, Park
Av. and With St
hrlatlnn Science Society - 517 W 14tlth St..
Sunday*, II A. M.; Wcdnculny*. 8 p. M.
F11KK HKAf'IN'It'I'M. 33 W 42d St. ,
congrrhationaL.
broadwaV tabernacle;
Broadway and nrrn stiikkt 1
The I'll*tor, l)lt. JKI FKKSON,
? 111 pit io h at 11 a. m and B I*. M
S "BUH.DING A HAPPIER WORLD."' I
UtMlticsdiiy. H 1*. M., Mldncpk s?r\l?,r. ,
^Thursday, It A. M.?ThanU^iiUin*
Mfnirr find S#?rinmi by the l*a*?tnr.
1
nttnoKi.YN.
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HANDEL'S ORATORIO
"SAMSON" 1
t.rnrr Krm? Almn Hofk
Ifoiisr NchoflrliV
rhoriiH of ?o \olrr*.
CHURCH OF THF PILGRIMS
s|M?AV. NOV. Kit AT 7:4.-i l\ M.
Il-nry and Itrmveii sta., Hrooklyn
Morning Service at 11 A. M '
KEV ItOllKItT HK.NKCA SMITH. I" If..
rnnFBsson or nntt.iCAi. i.itkra
TURK AT SMITH l'< lltl.KOR, WII.I, n
I'HKM'II AT TIIW MORM1NU AND
KVKNINO 8KHVIOB.
Ill . II'I.M HI. f llKIMI.
C"Y \ IISAI." 142 # vi st
i , *RI*TIAM 1 :'! r. I * I' lli-iii. in, II A. M.
^ ' III H ?< Tin- Cathedral:' of England.
'I'lt.it i I' in 1 i . ' > ' II A. M v
iiiviSr ?cir:;iit'w. ___ j
REV. W. JOHN MURRAY
?.r iif
First Church of Divine Science,
Omnd llAllromn, Waldorf Antnrla.
Sunday, It A. M., Nov 21. Subject:
"The Law of Adjustment."
'h- llllil- I'lnvi in.. i i-ri.tn1ii,> . i :> l . A. M. I
unday School for children at It \.M. prompt. \
Vedncrrtgy evenlnr ni'i'lfiK n' Ml" o'rloek. I
DAILY HHALING MEETING.
nt 12 o'clock, Waldorf A vtor In.
Tha:ilsn*lvln?r Hay I'.ovUr", II A. M , I
i'otidiK'ti d by I'r. Murray,
he public In cordially Invited to all meeting, I
I
"i
J20, 1920.
RELIGIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. '
JEWISH.
BETH-EL TEMPLE,
Fifth AviHiic und 70(11 Street.
SUNDAY MdltNINO AT 11.
liev. Dr. Samuel Scliulman.
"TIIE NEW SPIRIT IN AMKHICA."
A THANKSGIVING SERMON.
ALL. ARE WELCOME.
FREE SYNAGOISUE,
CARNEGIE IIALI,, SUN. MORN, at 10:4V i
DR. WISH. "WHAT IX1F.S THE JEW :
BELIEVE ABOUT THE BIBLE?"
ALL ARE WBLCOMB.
TEMPLE I MAM I I . St It A\ and 43d M. '
Sunday. 11:17. Dr. Hlmnn 11. Cohen of
Brooklyn on 'Ancient and Modern Marriage/
LUTHERAN. ______
C III IK II OF TIIE IIOI.Y TRINITY.
Oftth street nnd Central Park We*t.
The Rev. I'anl K. Si'liorer, Pastor.
II?"From (.'rials Backward." k?Bible Hour.
Ani/rMT llfV- A* Wo Pnator.
Alli/rNl Broadway "t 03d HI.
nUILIll Services: 11 A. M. and H P. M.
MET!IQ1 >lST KIM S< OPAL.
Madison Av. Chun:h. 60th St.
!)r. ItAl.l'H '.V. S(l( KMAX, Pastor.
It?BISHOP KKANCIS J. McCONNKBI-.
H-KlrtVIX MAKKHAM.
Spirited reading* from liia poomn.
0?Fellowship tou, Students special quests,
i Thanksgiving I >ay Service at 10:30.
- g ANNI1 BBS\it\
1a J Old Duane Church,
294 Hudson Street, Nf?ir Spring Street.
11 A. M 1'ivachiT. K. S. T1FFI.K. LI.. !>
At I o'clock
Sermon l>\ the 1'amou.s Scotch Preacher,
john McNeill.
Pub.: ""Wo Never Saw It on Thin Fashion."
calvary m V... church.
I Jitlli Street and 7tli Avenue.
Ministers I ?; ?. Willis P. Udell O O.
( Kc\. Hurry Ingham, l>. 1).
II A. M,-I)r, Ilobinson, "City Problems."
tS ]'. M. special Musical Service.
S?1 < tion.s from "Elijah"?Mendelsnnhn.
HIS!top BRISTOL will give an address.
rHANKSGlVINO SERVICE, Thura..
ST. PAUL'S
r>IC. RAYMOND f.. FORM AN. MINISTER.
11?Bishop Charles B. Mitchell Preaches.
H?Ilr. For num. "On Doing Things."
10:lJv-Mcn's Forum: "A Wonderful Dozen."
CORDIAL WELCOME ^TO ALL.
VIKTROPOI.ITAN TKMI'LK. 14 St. ?fc 7 Av.
liev. .Joseph W. t'hasey, B. I)., Minister.
11 A. M.?Bt?hop Leonard.
S P. M.Dr. Chascy on
' "THE WORLD*8 J;RAND OLD MEN." _ I
ST, JAMES, tfi dl on n h ayd 126th St.
Dr. ohoki;i: i? m:ckoi.ls, raster.
11 A. M.- 1 >r. M. P. PURNS.
HP. M.?Bishop HO.'.ffiR C. STUNT/.
Special music by gugwntbd choir.
ST. ANDREW'S METHODIST CHURCH,
~<?tli Street and ( olttmlmx Avenue.
11?llishop F. I>. I.UUTi;. Indianapolis.
8?Bishop IVilhur Tliirkild. Mc:;i'i> <1t>.
"What Is Wron t With Mexico?"
JOHN STREET ? '
Mother Church of American Methodism.
Ancient Shrine Attracts World-Wide Visitors.
NTAV ( III UC'II (Suefjpnoorciati).
NEW CHURCH.
Until .. Belw ren I'nrk and I rxltartmi Ave.
Rev. JULIAN K. SMYTH, Pastor.
Sunday Bcrvloe, u a. m.
The Rev. i'HAUNPMY GILES HUBBELL
of Waltham, Mass.. will preach.
ISROOKI.YN.
BROOKV Y\ SOCIETY of the NEW CIH'RCTl
Monro- Pin orner of Clark St.
Take Interboroimh Subway to Clark St. I
Service at 11 A. M.
Mr. Henry F. Reynolds.
Subject: "The .K; n Lord Summoning to n ;
Whole Victory." i
NEW THOUGHT.
MR>. MM'A CIIAP1N
Sunday Morning ScrviceH 11 o'clock.
Commodore Hot-1 (12d St.), All welcome.
Subject; "The (iratefnl Heart."
Interviews and Clan.sc.-' Mondays, ?> and j
s P. M . on Concent rat Ion and Prosperity at
Carnegie Hall, Room SO".
ANNA C. NOLLE, '
Hotel Astor, Sunday, 11:15 A. M. Sharp.
"The law of Praise and ThnnLaglvlnfj."
Free Hectare on Applied Psychology.
OTHER HKRIH KS.
MIRACULOUS
I POWER 1
? MOW TO POSSESS IT ! |
Better and more effectual than *
is Christian Science, New Thought, ^
1 Mental Philosophy, or so-called ^ '
J Mind Cures.
PASTOR $
E. E. FRANKE j
"* Broadhurst |
Theatre. |
44th strfet- t
^ | West ocB*way. jI
I j SUN EVE.. I
j Nov. 21st, |
| 8 o'clock. ?
ALL SEATS FREE f
Moors Open 7 P. M.
QCKSTIONS ANSWERED
FREE
DECEMBER 5th, 3 P. M. j
At Selwyn Theatre
42(1 St. West of Broadway
INSTANTANEOUS
HEALING
Subject of Lecture by
Mrs. Genevieve Behrend
Interview for healing before
and after lecture
PHYSICAL SCIENCE PROOF
OF MENTAL SCIENCE
FREE LECTURE
Attn t Mental flclence t<-ar|ie*. and how
nnrvcloiM ?cl*'iitlflv rllnrovvrlffv In Pbyilc*,
ilology. Ac., |?rov? It* Inwn.
XNWICKE LINDSAY IIOLMLS
Voted lecturer, author l.aw of Mlntl In
tdlMl,"
NSTANTANEOUS HEALING TRF.ATMENT
hi Nf'AY. 3 IV M.
MOtlOBCO Tlll-JATHE, SI" \V. 4,'itli at
tlblc I'la" In il"' Mental Kelt nee of Jeau*,
: i- M.
KATIIKIIINK EOOLBHTON HOl.MKH,
"llfllhUAt I.KCTURRH. Me A1.PIN IIOTKI
rol.ONIAI, ROOM. "J -30 and * IK).
I.KCTT" lll'H FRF.K OOlil.Kl'TtON.
Sears Philosophy
tnal<c?? llfo llvnblo.
1111. II A. M.. 1?r. V\ W. Sv?nr*. Orator.
Prince* Theatre ?"
Niib.b?cl : MWtlnt I* tlif Sotil?"
A-In ! " " rrrtnbi I-.M, $|.
THANKSGIVING APPEAL
i tvi: roiM't mission.
Hue hundred nnd thirty-five f?d each nonlay.
it?> famllliH mipptli! '.vlth ThnnkHgtvnpt
illnttri . Nun.!>< rh ?* rail " during i im
v Inter. Mom y 1* th< h. -t Rift, na .% i nn '
my whole ale. (tend rlfta to Ttev. K.
lelrher. huperlnt. ml. tit, or Mr*. M, I, Hon
r:<, Tr ii* or i', fill Mailt on at., N.*\v Vorit.
liABMA \M> III IM tRNATION IFfilON.
IN Jon * ht.
I'r.'p Incturra, W. Inerdaya A Friday*, 8 I*. M
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RELIGIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
onm ?w ices.
Eight!) Avenue Mission
2SO Eighth AvenueBet.
24th & 25th St.)
21ST ANNIVERSARY
Sunday, Nov. 21, to Sunday, Nov. 28 inst.
Every Night at S.
Prominent Speakers. Splendid Soloists.
Testiment of Converts.
ALL INVITED. S.Wray, Supt.
CflJNA'iOWN
.'.-7 Poycrs Street.
Wldo Awake Gospel Service Nightly. 11 r. M.
THOMAS J. NOON A N. Superintendent.
PR1MHVIKB1AN.
BRICK CHURCH,
Fifth Avenue mul Thlrty-seieiith Street.
Ministers: ' William l'iersiin Merrill.
? Theodore Aiiisirortli Greene.
Dr. MKHItll.'I, Win preach at 11.
ltrv. Dr. AI.KXANKKlt RAMSAY of Hlghgute
Pri-dbytorlan Church, Condon, Model'ator
of the Presbyterian Church of Kiudand.
will preach at 4.
HIIU.R SCHOOL AT 8:40.
Young People's Society Social and Supper
Meeting, 3:30-7:30.
T11A NICSi i J \' IN(1 SERVICE.
Thursday Morning at 11.
Dr. MUillllhl. will preach
NOONDAY SERVICE daily
(except Thursday) at 18:80.
first prksbytfrian church.
r>t 1i av., 11 tli and 12th stx.
VU?v. (ioorge Alexander, P. D.
Ministers - li* v. Ilnrr^ Emerson Fosdlck, P. P.
f U- v. Thomas C*utlirta Speers.
Sunday School, H:4f> A. M.
11 A. M.?Pr. Foadick.
h 1'. M.?Mr. Speers.
Til A X KS< i IV1 NO PAY SERVICE,
-.-'l A- M ?*** Kosdlck.
Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church
Fifth Avenue and Fifty-fiftli Street.
Mir,) i,.e. J Rev. JOHN K101.MAN. D. D.
Ilicv. JAMES PALMIOR. Ph. D.
J >r. KEI.MAN' w ill preach at 11 and 4:30.
Illhlc School at 8:30. Men's Class at 10 A. M.
\t 4, c 11 an Recital hy llarry (lllbcrt.
Service Thanksgiving 1 iuy at II o'clock.
I>r. KLI.MAN will preach
The lieii111 midweek service will bo omitted.
IIARTII PKESBITERIAN CHURCH,
it HU I LI tVest ]55th Street.
mm- n11
A. M.?Rev. Stanley White,
1 >. 1J., on "World Impressions
Regarding Peace."
K 1*. M.?Thanksgiving Service,
PR. MACKAY.
WEST.PARK PR F.SII YTKItl AN CHURCH,
Amsterdam Avenue nnd 8fith Street.
Rev. ANTHONY II. EVANS, l?. !>., Pastor.
Dr. EVANS will preach 11 A. M. & S P. M.
Evg. Subject: "The Supreme Choice."
Union Service Thanksgiving Day, 11 A. M.
Rev. Raymond L. Formun, D. I)., pastor of
St. Pool's Methodist Episcopal Church.
preaches.
vr r ct F NO Presbyterian.
WHO! E, IN U AmHt. Av., cor. 105th.
Dr. A HI 'WIN KEltlWIN preaches.
II?"In the Name of God, Amen."
8?"51 i> flower Tercentenary."
TilA.NKStil VI NO DAY,
It?Rev. R. C. ( title, M. A.,
Tercentenary Delegate from Britain.
fCNTRAI PRESBYTERIAN church,
1 IvrYL. Madison av. and 57tli at.
Rev. Dwighl W. Wylie, D.D., LL. D.
PASTOR. J
11 A.M. ? 1 :.".0 r.M.?Preaching by tTTo Pastor.
Wednesday, 8 P. M.?Devotional Meeting.
MADISON iv. PHESBYTERI \N church,
Northeast Corner 73d St.
11 A. M.?Rev. Henry Sloane Coffin, D. D.
4:50 P.M. Rev. Paul Dwlght Moody.
8 P. M.?Dr. Coffin.
Thanksgiving Day service, 10:80 A. 51.
A I.I. SEATS ITtRR.
1? R O A D W A Y
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Broadway and 11411*. Street.
Rev. Walter Duncan Hticltanan, I). I>..
Minister, will preaeh at 11 A. M. and S P. M.
.1 ICTU PRESBYTERIAN church,
If U I\ 1 11 yy,.,.t End Avenue, 01st Street.
Edgar Whitukcr (York, I>. I>., Pastor.
11 Dr WORK 8?Rev. M. S. WHITE.
fiRFFNWirH Presbyterian Church,
uiMAJlwtV-n l.ttli St.. near Uth Av.
WILLIAM H. MATTHEWS, D. D., Pastor.
Services at 11 ami 8
F? I FTP, F R S pkksbytisrFan chcrcil
\ . . Brondwny and 7id St.
ltev. DANIEL lil svki.L. D. I).. Pastor,
"ill preach ,,t II A. 51. and 8 1*. M.
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL.
St. Burlholomew's Church,
Park Avenue anil ."1st St.
Rev. KRIRIITON PARKS. P. 1\. Rector.
8:.'10 A. M.?Holy Communion.
11 A. M.?Mnrnlngc Prayer ami Sermon.
I'. M.?Sunday School.
4:30 P. M.?Evensong and Address.
I?r. REIHHTON PARKS will preach
at 11 A. M. and 4:.;0 P. M.
THANKSGIVING DAY SERVICE
10 A. M.?Morning Prayer and Sermon.
p?* aclier, The R? v. Herbert Hymowls, P.P.,
PR.P., Vicar of Christ Church Cathedral,
Montreal. _
Cathedral of St. John the Divine,
Amsterdam Avenue anil 113th Street.
H A. M.?Holy Communion.
It:"0 A. M. -Holy Communion (Spanish!.
10 A. M.?Morning Prayer.
11 A. M.-Prearl\pr, IBobbins.
4 P. M.?Servlro commemorating the .".OOlit
anniversary of the Signing of the Mayflower
Compact. AUdrt-tta l>y l>ean Ilnlihlna. Sermon
by Bishop Brewster of^nmertlcut.
ttnlly Services?7:.30 A AT P. M.
(Choral except Monday and Saturday.)
Thunlmglvtng Pay Services. S A. M.; 11
A. M. (with sermon by Dean Bobbins), and
* Ji.
Crinitv Church
Itev. WII.I.IAM T. MANMMi, It. !>.. fterlor.
7. H and !> Iloly Communion.
10 :.'10?Morning Prayer.
11 Iloly Communion and Sermon (lleetor).
.'! :.K>? Evensong and Sermon.
THANKSGIVING PAY.
I :.il>?noiy communion.
11?lloly Communion and Sermon (Rector).
SKATS PUBIS.
TRINITY CHAPEL
Wf?t 85th St., near It rood way.
8 A. M.?Tin' Holy Communion.
II A. M.?l.ltnny and Holy Communion.
4. IV M.?Evenlna Prayer.
t ID? Lecture, Revelation of St. John."
THANKSGIVING PAY.
T A. M.? Holy Communion.
11?Holy Communion, choral and Sermon.
CHCKCH OF ST. MARY I III-: VIRGIN,
130 W?l IDth St.
Low Ma an, 7 8:15; Children'* Mn?*. ?:
Hitch VI. t** and Sermon (Rector), 10:45;
Vcapere and Sermon fPr. PelaMy), 4.
THANKSGIVING PAY: I.on Mn.xaea, 7, 8,
Hitch Mae* and Sermon (Pr.
iH'laney), 10:4".
Friday. * P. M?Ren edict I on nnd Sermon.
ST. THOMAS'S CHURCH.
FIFTH AVKNI K AND KIP STIIKF.T.
Rev. KRNKST M ST TREK, U. P.. Rector.
8 A.M.-Holy Communion.
11? Mornltix Service and Sermon (Rector). !
I P. M - Kvneoni: nntl Addle** (Rector),
x P. M Hour of Oryan Muato.
The nI -i-1 \ I'n: Day, Tlnire., 8, II (Rector).
I,It \< K < III RC'H.
Proud wu.v nnd I(8It Street.
PR. M.ATTKRY, RECTOR.
Ilolv Coinmunloti 8 A. M.
Service .v Sermon (Pr. Sunderland). 11 A. M.
Si rviee of Thankaglvlnic for the
Heroe* of the Wat (Reelor) 8P.M.
I'll!, o). ' IN- li.tv ' Reetot i . _ 11 A. VI.
m S O IJ I S ' s* Nlrhnlaa Av?
ALL o U u i. J uitii \ until st?.
The Itct. Clifton Vlaeon, Rector
Service*. S. 11 A. M. nntl 8 P. VI.
11?Preacher, tin Rector. 8 P. VI..
. wilt TtM I (: I iN'I'.Il It 11
rhank'mrtvlwn P?) >' - -*n?l 10 A. M. 1
AT. fm'S f'HM'KI.,
Hroadwnv, Kulton ami Wsey Htrw't*.
||rv. .Iinrpli I'. MrCnmna. I>. It.. \ icar.
a, 10:30, II A. M. (Hrrmon), (Addreaa).
Wednesday, 1? M.. Annual Amuli'iii
ThanhiKlvlrn Kv<* ami Kni(ll?h Htrvwl Fea- i
tlval: l'reaeher, Canon tlurrouglif. Tliura J
tlnv. Tlianhsalvlng l>n>, It. a. 10:30, II. B.
Church ol Zion and St. Timothy.
,t:U Weat 57IU *lreel.
n*v. Frederick lluriresa, Jr., II P.. Rector. j
a. 11 iRertnr) ft H (Tti'v. *' VV Manser). I
tmavknoivim; day
0-4" ami 10:80 fReetnrt.
ci irt st a ma 1 S?lKkM
Ptindav Srrvlr ?, S .'tO, 11 A. \t , H 1\ M
!> IV NT. Mr. John Arnmtrnnic r'h?1oncr,
"MAtilfcntAtlon ?f Mind to Mind, or tho '
Herrot of Hiiro*** In Thin Life and tho No?t."
st. ign \TTus tp$8 ir
Rev. WIl.l.IAM I'ITT MrCITNB, Hector.
7, a, fl .70, II.
Tnpnt and Benediction, 4.
St. John the Evangelist, ^"'.r lih \?
Iter. .MlIIs \, H AIli:. Itcitnr.
Suruliiii Sorvleea, a. 11 ami a.
TlinnKanivlra Bervtee and Herwipt) 10:30 A. M.
ST STEPHEN'S SKfgTF5Ttiankralvlm.'
t>n>. a anil il A. M.
st, Mary's I It.. I.nwrener Hi. (nr. 171)1 h ,t
Am>(. A v,).?-Hcrvlee.s, a. tt:.;0 . 11 A. St.: .
a 1*. M ?Rev. < harlea J1rn k Ackley, |t< ctor ,
A
RELIGIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
PBUTK.ST.WT Kl'I M O PAL.
CHAPEI. OF THE IXTKKf eSsION (Triiiit*
Puilali), ISroudw 11 v am] 1 Slotli St,?Rev M.
H. Gates, D. V., Vicar. 8 ami 8:4a A. 41.,
Holy Communion. 9:45, Sunday School. 11,
Service and Sermon. 1 I'. M., Popular Vespers.
Programme of American Patriotic
Music. Earl* Tuckerman, barytone, will
i sing "SSIori Is Captive" (from Hora Novlsslma),
II. W. Parker; "Judge Me, O. God."
Dudley Muck: "The llattlc Hymn of the Hi J
public." Leo Hlggs, recital organist, will
I ender "Toccata," Rogers. "American Fantasia,"
Dudley Buck; "The Land of the
I Hkyblue Water," (.'adman; "The Brooklet,"
Xevln. All numbers by American composers.
: Address by Dr. dates, "Hovt Faith In
j America," with some remarks upon our
i duty toward the "League of Nations.
All American Programme.
AM, AMERICANS INVITED.
HP. M.?C.'HOltAL EVEN8QNC. & SERMON.
CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION.
Madison Avenue aad IBth Street.
The Iter. Horace Percy Silver, Hector.
I 8 A. M.?Holy Communion.
11:45 A. M ?Sunday School.
II A. M., Morning Prayer. Sermon (Hector!.
4 P. M., CHORAL EVENSONG,
With Address by Dr. Lubcck.
The First Part of I'arker's "Hora
Novlsslmn" will be sung.
Dall.v, except Saturday, 12:15 to 12:35.
F Noonday Service, with brief address.
Thanksgiving' Day Services.
H A. M.?Holy Communion.
10 A. M.?Holy Communion.
11 A. M.?Holy Communion. Sermon (Rector!.
Church of the Heavenly Rest
Fifth Av . Almvc 45th St.
Rev. Herbert Shipman, D.D., Rector.
Service*, 8 And 11 A. M. and 8 P. M
1 ! A M Hr .Skinman will nrp.ar.h.
8 P. M.?Rev. Edward E. Matthews.
Thanksgiving Day Services.
HA. M.?Holy <'onimunion. ,
10 A. M.?Holy Communion.
11 A. M.~Morning Prayer ami Sermon.
Rv DOCT2R SH1PMAN.
President Dell of St. Stephen's College
Preaches at 11 A. M. at the
Church of the Beloved Disciple,
East 89th Street, Near Madison Avenue.
Communion, 8. Morning Prayer & Litany. Id.
Special Musical Vespers at 4
Include Hymn, St. Ceclle, Gounod; Anthems,
"O, Word of God Incarnate," Scott, and
"Behold, the Day's Come," Woodward. Postlude,
"Ave Maria," Leroux.
Violin?'Cello?Harp?Organ.
AridresH by Hector, Geo. It. Van l'e
Water, D. D. Neighbors Especially Invited.
Thanksgiving Day?7:80 and 11?Rector, on
"America's Past and Future."
ALL ANGELS' CHUItCH
WEST END AV. AND 81 ST STREET.
Hev. S. Dclancey Townsend, D. D., Rector.
Holy Communion 8 A.M.
Morning Prayer & Sermon (Rector)... 11 A. M.
Evening Prayer 4 I'. M.
Strangers Welcome.
Tlinnksglvliig Dny Services,
i I-Ioly Communion 8 A. M.
Holy C ommunion and Sermon 11 A. M.
CALVARY CHURCH ?1^:
Rev. Theodore Sedgwick, I). I)., Rector.
8 anil 10:1 ~?Holy Communion.
11 A. M.?Rev, F. L. Hawks Pott, D. P
President of St. John's University, Shanghai
8 T. M.?The Hector.
THANKSGIVING PAY
Services, 8 and 10:30 A. M.
Church of the Transfiguration
1 East 29th st. Pr. HOUGHTON, Rector.
COMMUNIONS: 7, 8 and 9 A. M.
10:30?FOSTER'S MASS and SERMON.
4 o'clock CliORA I, EVENSONG.
THANKSGIVING PAY
SERVICES: 7. 8.9, 11 and 3.
CHURCH OF THE TIOT.Y COMMUNION,
fith Av. And intli St.
SariIceg 8, 0:30, 11, 12 M.: 4 and 8 P. M.
KOI INK ST KSl'Itll .1", I ->
I.e Plmarc-i a 1 n:Recteur Wtttmeyor.
_ KKroRMi-:n cm im ii in ami imca.
M11 < I > I K COI.I.KLIATK ( HI KC'II.
2d Ave. and "til St.
Rev. Edgar Franklin Romlg, Minister,
will preach at 11 A. M. and 8 p. M.
Service on Thanksgiving I'ay at 10:30 A. M.
Rev. Mr. Romlg will preach.
MARBI.E COI.I.KOIATK CnVRCH,
3th Ave. and 20th St.
Rev. .lames Burrell, D. 1)., Minister.
11 A- M.?Observance of the Pilgrim Tercentenary.
Pr. Burrell will preach. Subject:
"The Men of the Mayflower."
7:43 P. M.?Organ Recital.
8 P. M.?Popular meeting of the Lord's Day
Alliance. Speakers: lion. Thomas E. Rush,
Peter .1. Vander Noot, Dr. Daniel A. Poling.
On Thanksgiving Day this congregation
unites with the congregation of the Church
of Rt. Nicholas in a sen lee In that church
at 1D A. M.
Pr. Daniel A. Poling will preach.
( Ot.I.KOIATE C III RCH III" ST. Ml HOI.AS
5th Ave. and 4Rth Ht.
Malcolm James MacLeod, Minister.
Services lit II A. M. and 8 P. M.
Pr. MacLeod will preach at both cervices.
11 A M.?"Reasons for Thanksgiving."
8 P. M ?"Reasons for Contentment."
On Thanksgiving Pay the congregation of
the Marble Collegiate Church unites with
this congregation In a service In tills church
at II A. M.
l?r. Daniel A. Pollux will preach.
WEST KM) ? OI.I.KGIATK ( III Itl H.
West End Ave. and 77?h St.
I Ilev. Henry Hvertson Cobb, I>. TV, Minister.,
i will preach at 11 A. M. and I :.1() P. M.
i At 4:30 P.M.- Special Music, "Seedtime and
! Harvest," by West. I,. R. Mnekonn. Cellist.
1 7:30 P. M.?Young People's Society.
On Thanksgiving Day the congregation of
the Knox Memorial Chapel unites with this
congregation In a sertlce In this church at
It A. M. Dr. Cobb will preach.
FT. WASHINGTON COI.I.Kt.lATE ( HI ItCH
Kort Washington Ave. ancl 181st St.
All Seats Free.
Rev. Irving II Berg. D. P., Minister,
will preach.
11 A. M. ?"Docs tiod Rule?"
8 P. M.?"Saved by Faith
Union stervlces on Thanksgiving I'at at tha
Kort Washington Presbyterian Church at
10:1!0 A. M.
REFORMED 4 III HI II OF IIAltl.l >1.
la'nox av. and 1'Jltd st.
Rev. Edgar Tllton, Jr., P. T>., Minister.
11 A. M.-?-ltr. Tllton will proa* h.
HP. M.? Service In the Interest of the New
York Home for Homeless Boys.
HAMILTON GRANGE. Convent Av. A MDth.
Rev. Arthur l'rederlek Mftbon. Minister.
Services 11 A. M. nnd 8 P. M
H'IRITCAI.ISAI.
SPIRITUALISM, REINCARNATION, TRANRMK1RATION
OK HOURS. SPIRITUAL
HEALING dlseuseeil every Sundny, 8 I' M..
a? ir.l West 12Mh st. by KITZ AV MOTTI.EA'.
Interesting revelations from dlseamato
bodies transmitted by MARI A VEI.EZ, Cuban
Medium, at H.'l West l.'IOth st. Kelontlflc Investigation
Invited. NEW YORK SPIRITUAL
* PSYCHICAL RESEARCH SOCIETY.
SPIRIT!'AI. %NI? ETHICAL SOCIETY.
Hotel Astor. It P. At. Helen Temple llrlcham.
Inspirational speaker. "Why Slionld
Spirits Return?" Poetical Improvisations:
| music: Inquiries especially Invited.
WHITE ROM-, -vim l ! \l t 111 Itt l!
HAS REMOVED To 'J"0 AVERT 7'JH ST.
CATHERINE CLEMENT At All Meetings.
Meetings: Sundny, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
8 P. M
Tuesday anil Friday* . ." P. M
FIRST~ SPIRITUALIST CHURCH.
1S5 East JIHth Street, near ."hi Avenue.
EVER V SUNDAY AT 8 P. M
THEOSOrni.
TIIEOSOPHIC XI. SOCIETY (Independent!.
1?( W. 58 st. Pnhlir lecture Hnndny evenh
UNITARIAN.
West Side Unitarian Church
( HAS. FRANCIS POTTER, Minister.
Clarence (Illicit. Sup't School.
KranU Stewart Adams, Organist
Orarc Leslie. Soloist.
B'wtijr at 11 Till St. Sertlre. II A. M.
"Ackrow'erfging God."
Modern Church Pehool st 11 A M
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OTtKDKRK'K I.VMII. IM>.,ITearlies II A.M.
"A I nlletl f'liiirrli nml ? I nitnl Worlil."
4 I*. M.?Mix MuM f'rnriiTt linlelil.
"AN AI'I'KAI. Hilt III It I IIIHT
AMKRHAN: Tllr IMH.W,"
Tlmoksclt ii>K liny *er?lrp. II ,\. >1 . fir.
Newton will preai li, "Hip Voice of Hit.
F.nrlli."
Qnnrtet. Visitor* Welcome.
YKDANTA.
VBDANTA BOclr.TV, 117 W. 7J<i.-Rwiml
IliirtlmnntKln, "l.ew of Knrnna," .'I P. M.
M. y. A.
4 :05?RKOtNALD I,. MpAIX!
4:30?DR. FRANK CRANE.
Oeor|? Wilton Itiillnnl will slnp.
w.e' gl?le V M. C. A. Ills Wot .17Hi A'.
RROOKI > V
DR. S. PARKES CADMAN.
*Ib INoiff With l-uMBih' "
Hertford Hi V.M 'A.. II 'J l' TWilforil \v . H'.n.
Honrtny, H HO p. M. Mpn Only. I'rf.
Crc nti'Bt Men's Meitln;; In Ureaicr Ni . York
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