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CABLE FORCE HELD
BY ARMED SAILORS
U. S. Sub Chaser Halts New
Move to Connect I n Line
*
to Barbados.
Miami, Nov. 24.?An anne?l force
from at navy sub chaser was standing
guard to-night over a Western Union
Telegraph Company cable barge tn Biscayne
Bay here to prevent connecting of (
the shore ends of a submarine cable,
work on which was Interrupted by the i
Government craft during the day.
The company's employees sent out this
morning to connect the cable ends were U
on the barge, which they had been "re- j
^ AMUSEMENTS
AMERICA'S FOREMOST Tl
| -
rFNYiM Til,' ..!1 ?. r... iii,: < s
VLIllUKf B-2rt&C.P.VVeHt| Mat. Hat. 2
MAT.TODAY a% |
F. Kay (omstork ti Morris Cost 'irint
Most sensational iirnni
SUCCESS EVER KNOWN MM, .Q
IN THE WORLD. ITILUUH
Musical Extra varan jia of the Orient.
COMPANY' OF 400?11 BIO SCENES.
^9?.?ttTrj!WgY PBO.M EN ft 0 lr ? AT IK 30
LINING AND OANCIJS|G "G P.M. TO 3AM.4J
WINTER GAFDEN
%s?SU?PBI?WaES<
Uituo.KT ulLt.i.Y.US
rFNTHil Theatre IKvs. ft:30. Mats.
VL.ll I mHL 47th A lty. IYV.hI A Sat.
MAT. TO-DAY.(ioodSeats,?l ,$1.50 A S2
I F. Kay Conisto< k A Morris eiost Pr-neat
: The Sensation of London, Paris & N. \r.
DELYSIA l^ibo "AFGAR"
vbbioiH Musical Show HruHn
\Y ith Lupino Lane & Paul Polrot Costumes
nn<l II'way. He*, at 8:2 >
WYDIlNU HOLIDAY MAT. TO -DAY
ZIMBALIST'S PLAY WITH MUSIC
rUTT; ?WJ ?1 A"I
I ? ?- * MM- J
MoNOAV EVE., MR. KKHEM
/.1MBAUST WILE ('ONI)UHT.
A BRILLIANT SUCCESS"
I'.nbl. (,. Welch?lire. Telegram.
MARY NASH
"THY NAME"lS WOMAN"
Playhouse ^ in kk t< Li> aV"-so.
B| ini I The-'.tr", SV.ABIh St. Evs.8:30.
D1JUU MATINEE TO-DAY 2:30.
THE SKIN GAME
By JOHN OAL8WORTHY.
^{OPPORTUNITY
WltJi JAMES CRANK.
48thSt.Thca. ?: i
?i^N MONDAY.NOV.29 &> I
SKATS) ON HALE TODAY
I pfiEsraiii
A N"?t Ootonly-Drarua liv the Authors of
"THE MISLEADING I.ADY"
and "THE OftOST BREAKER"
' Mitinmi Thursday A Saturday. 2:80.
I MaxineElliot's7is!
i HOLIDAY MATINEE TO-DAY 2 30
"HELD AUDIENCE BREATH LEAH."
1 SPANISH LOVE
K0R8SCQM Mlt
*5^W^BR06IT!A'V nt nil
miIHB lwf%J
KKW Y O R K 8 LEADING T B
I
| FAMOUS flF.LASf-O StrCCKSSKS
i r?'D>D< J'"?ny ! 40ih St.. K\*. 8:30.
tnT riKt. Mat*. Today. Hat. * Wnd. 2:30.
, | HOI.IIIAY MATINkR TODAY. 2:30.
( "Call the Doctor"
' RFI AQrn Wait 44th St. Eve*. 8:30.
DLLADtU Mai,. Today ft Hat. 2 :30.
I I '?| 11 > A a M ATTVKF. TODAY, 2:30.
: Frances Starr
| VfTT ' l?w..w.4?h St.Kvna. 8:30
LIV/C.OIVI Mnts TikJiv A Stl. 2:21).
< I'MII'Hv -v' < "TV I' H TO-D a\,2 20.
IMCLAIRE JK.1 jER . |:
*"f h storm "?'f?bat
I TIMES I ^ 4 v^*AiVl IM.AY.
, i.00?i SKATS. SI .AO. All IhTfnrm.kmfw. j
j Beginning Thursday, Dec. 2
Shakespearian Season of 20 I'orfnrmancaa
: WIt': John E. Kelleid
,1 and SPKOTAI, OAST OF PT-AYF.ns
Alrs?f m,ifS Merchant of Venice
! PKff'E* nor, to $2. . opMs Now. i
' PACK g 2:33; j
I PI NCH A JUDY, IVrwt 40th Ht. CM* 1 IflO
i evmi. i to m?t? to-ony. tci-m'w&
A Nrw CLARE K MMER ComeJy
ROLLO'S WILD OAT'
with ROLAND YOl NO.
5 "Cau*#> for Thank**! vHik."?-Cho*. F>nmfop,
j Err. ttWfd. j
Cohan & Harris T.?uy.Vi! aHvwi.
with ^KOKOK Hir>VF,V.
j I.IHKHTY \l,t. I.. t . V ft * ?. aan
MT VIi.vl . iiuiuitfliiint pr.
f > JOSEPH CA W7JT0RN ^ j
^ &VrH?t THE HALF MOON
k I 'not Inrl,; .r?N'n>h 8lWltU>y, Owttar Sh\w, I
Maude KhiirUf", Ivy Suwyiir, Mljf Thomson. |
Rl\/nl I AM. COMEDY WKKK
IVUL.I PATTY ARUU^KI.R
VWAY "Th l.lfp of fit* Party"
.. ?ul ... A Paramount Picture
' ni^fiilf^oTi- p-t f?r^b-Ntrn
IAU'OfTHE furnace*
TIMKH j KAMOl'l RtALTO f
__ ^''A'tn 1 FHIflTFsTKA CRITERION
"'PS^S^r
P nay at 44 St. I Cont. Noon to II :30 P. M. '
ADimiThc Great L?ver i
IMf ||||L 2'1 Act frnrn
llRwafiSnS Icor." Cnpltol flrnnrl
^~ ore.Mat m< .toNtr-ivnn
WorH'i Lanr??*t ami Mn?t Boautlfnl T>natr?, '
/'*OI.KMBIA.By A47Ht. Twlcrpallj ,2 I.1M 15
> Top. i'rlcca, VICTOR* BBUCBB.
quested" by the bluejackets, they said,
not to leave.
The cable was laid to connect Miami
with Miami Beach, and passes under
water at the opening In the new causeway.
The Bectlon of cable for this
purpose has been stored aboard the
bargo since the company's cable work
first was Interrupted by direction from
Washington several months aso. Tin
workmen wont aboard this morning on
orders froni_ the N? w York olfice of |
the telegraph company to connect tlie
cable ends immediately, it is said, but
the sub chaser took charge of the situation
before splicing actually had
begun.
Just before 10 o'clock to-day a force
of fifteen men, Including nine negroes,
went out to a barge with the supposed
Intention of connecting the cable where
work had ceased. It is said connections
could have been completed In three
hours. But a few moments after they
started the subchaser came swinging
ilongside the barge, tdled >'p to it and a
crew of armed sailors, headed by the
commander, went aboard, lining t:u
negroes and other Western Union emAMUSEMENTS
|
IEATRES AND HITS. DIRECTION' OF I.K1
BRQADHURST MAT'INEE TO-DAY'2 y3o
IIENRY , TALMA , IJOEORGlCi
nULL I ELL JriTIAKlUN *r
UxK'\^'r^^ ' Wien We Ore Young';
RftOTHTh?"*..4rith St,.,\V.or n?rvy.Kvs.a:30
MVHN'BK TtMJAY 930L
MA'l'lNKK TO-IJAY ii:30
Atnn a tiAv/rr 44 til St.. ^
^T^/^9RAEftY?S.)f ivw. F- * <>.
IM* 4ftl **? ^UACVf
BtfBMSS SlSEBf 'jS
fll NOlBROok BLINM !
VfJ MS A lOVABll UUf.HABil 6ft*D*T?
f THE BAD MAN
?? C&hedv
Grecnwich Village 7t" Av^^'th st.
Evs. 8:30. MATINEE TO-DAV 2:30.
BEN-AMI
"SAMSON & DELILAH"
PAULINE LORD
BELMONT West 48th Street Eves. 8:80.
3aaiB?BE\w\iu amuo
R&RRIRK Wist M.-.th St. I'lt'roy I.V2.V |
bAi.mon E> s. 8:13. mat ti^n \V?-I5. !
HEARTBREAK HOUSE
A ComcUy l>y
Bernard ShaW
I DNr.ArRr w- St.. Ri . S:20.
Mats. T. -<lay it Hat. 2:20.
HOLIDAY MATINKK TO-DAY \T 2:20.
, MisI'V.l '''tHisty H ? ri<
PaTTIRT^
HOLIDAY MATINKK TO-DAA AT
SELWYN'S 3 THEATRES"?3J ?*
TBS APni I f) Bvatlan830.MattMMW
TO-DAY A Sat 2:20.
FRANCES WHITE
Itammemtelii's musicomedy
"JIMMIE"
with PEV VVI'T.C'I'.tStT Hast.
KiHTuYi5rT!T(rTi<!r^SITTT,TI'r!?TrSiT*
olliv in to-day & sat. 2 20.
?1 frank TINNEY
^L. I 111 HAMMKRSTEIN'S
^ "TICKLE ME"
t'i \,i l. \
I I1V1W OA^. TO-D \ Y V S it. 2 .10.
? F^^REED
TT In EDGAR SKLWYN'H PLAY
* "THE MIRAGE" r*D
A 7CIT W. 4M St. Evas. 8 30. JPbon? 31
rlWJir.M'.t?. Tiaiay A Mat 2:1VHrvaiit.
HOLIDAY MATINEE TO-DAY. 2 13.
1*1 DP 4 DC T 4 kin I III
Wl M n U M n L I H II U L I II
In "TIIK VOMAN OP HKONiSK."
IEATRES AND BUCOESJEJ
KKW AMRTKItOXM. W 42 *t. F.v*. H20 |
"Malm ihls thrrc sti,rnvl hit a
llvr rln* r-vio."?M ill.
Hh c1 r- IT nfltlpf V^s
"BITCBYKOO 1920"
nojlii A I)lxon?Mominh A 100.
Matlnm* TODAY A 8at.. BOo. to $2.10 {
NCV AMSTERDAM VOOf--NfW
78ECFFU) WPHKHr FBOlIt
Urnrv MIllyr'N TlioatW, 124 IV. lint
'1 Eva. H 20 Main TODAY A Hat . 2:20.
OATDTPTA "A vF.KITABI.E
PATRICIA I.KM."?Kvo I'lMt.
COLLINGE T [ f Q T
In A. K. ThomAM* I Vw/ X
Nrt* r?oni ^ly,
SUPPOSE
OAIKTV, B'y A 40 St. Mat*. Today A Nat. j
.intTV f.OI np*r or-a?ifa
DaCGNLIVm (illll
tJA CORT
$ Heuoiester
\l i v
"iiviiivi. \.i viimi. iiir I
^ FRED STONE W-top"
nOI.IIMY MATl.N'ftF. TC-nW AT All,
fffCOiKKT^BKi HITS]
HUDSON aww?
THE MEANEST HAN
IN THE WORLD
, MkGDHAN -in the title rait- .
6^cmN^m^^r
THE TAVERN ;
I MV9rm*v or TMgM.ut I
>MHir
~
Aeolian Hall, Pat AM.. N<rv. J7, at 8 '
t'lann ll.vltal by AI.FHKDO
OSWALD
ifat. t^oudnn Charlton. R'.elnway flano. I
^P^WWlPPODOTME j
LJtfL JS?tia Selling vaaxs in Advanti
"ICELAND" ICE SKATING
IlKOAim AV-52D ST. JIMIKSION TSa.
THE NEA
ployees up on the barge, where they were
still under guard at noon.
Newcomb Carlton, president of the
Western Union Telegraph Company, refused
last night to comment on the
action of the Government In stopping
tlio vorlt on connecting the shore ends
of ft submarine cable at Miami.
"We are seeking- an injunction," said
Mr. Carlton, "to enjoin the Government
from interfering with the work, tha application
for which will be heard Friday
at Washington."
FLIGHT TO PANAMA
TO BE SPEED TEST
Naval Aviators Will Cover
6,548 Miles.
Fpedat Despatch to The New York Hbkyi.d.
New York Herald Burenu, )
Washington, l>. Nov. 'it. I
The Navy Department to-day announced
the itinerary of the proposed
j AMUSEMENTS
E AND J. J. 8HUBBRT.
-JOTJ-I QT Th?a.nr.Bwy,l!v?.8:20. II.AST 4
' 1 ri O I MAT. TO-DAY. 2:20. JTTVtES
THE OUTRAGEOUS
n. p r* a i ** r n With MARY
m i\ o. r a l? ivi c. r\ young.
MON..NOV. 29 ft&y
WILLIAM A. BRADY IVii,cnts
The Young Visiters
^VnW-Daisy Ashford's^rr |
By Mrs.(ino.Norman ft Mantitr?t MtcKeniie.
RFPIIRI IfWwt 421 St. Evas. 8:20. j
I\LrUDLIt M lt. T.wlsy & Sat. 2:40.
DADDY DUM PUNS i
fi TiNirr w 4ad 8I- Rvn"'8:43- I
ILL. I UNt^fc, Mats. To-stay A Sat. 2:30. j
9V 1 ft ] I **V "'Of j ! B M
gCTAD Tbea., B'way H 45t!i Sr., ijvn. ?:15.
naiUK MATINEE TO-DAY 2:15.
ATusicul Come&y Success
KISSING TIME
With William Norris & Edith Talia'erro :
PLYMOUTH M AfT 1 ? K E%< MJ A Y* VS :20
LITTLE OLD HEW YORK
13TH WEEK ?7EUSS?.1* i
3 TIMES TO-DAY I
11 A. M. ?3:30 P. M ?8:15 P. M. I
The D.W. GRIFFITH Maetcrpleeo I '
"WAY DOWN EAST"
With Orchestra A Vocal Accompaniment
44th St. Theatre |
<ilJl rHI7l}T'Yliea.,44t..i. W.ofU y.r.vs.v.30
JnUDLI\ 1 MATIN KB TO-DAY 2 :?>.
IfW/T *? MUMIANS toe. AANOUNCP
*lr GWCCHWICH VISAGE
Vi fOUIgi*Q?l91Q#
I I ' (viltla Varml?Norman Trutor i 4
Enter madamE
tt II TA\! \V 4f.th St Kvi?. ul 8:30.
r UL I L/IN Maw. TiwlW * Sat. 2:30.
? 1st YEAR
\V ?f.t 34 St. [,-v S:o? M.,(S T, ?lay A Sat
LYRIC tvnor n wTy "TH WEEK
The WILLIAM FOX Great Hit
Over The Hill
ByWIlICarleton. Directed by Harry Mlllardr
\f ATIXEIC TO-DAY 3:30. Tu-niRht at. 8:30.
Eve. (8:30). Sat. Sun. A Holiday Mali , .'.Or
to #3.00. Dally Mats. (3:80). 2.V to $1.00
/X-^VAMMRMKUfts
j !*? ? ft
MATINBCS TO-DAY ft 8 \T.
Philharmonic
CONCERTS
Carncule Hall. To-in<>rr>.w (l-'ri.) Aft. nt
3:30, ur<1"r the direction nf
JOSEFSTRANSKV
Alfven Symphony (First Tims)
Smetana, Wagner, Liszt
Next Sunday Aft., at 3
ALL TCHAIKOVSKY
G000WSKY STRANSKY
Ifllnjla ?r I uni>lrm?ntary ara-on tl'krts I
for rcnintnln* coticrrta at Box Offlea. I
KI:LIX r. L.BIFBLB, Manaitnr. "
SMARK P\
T R A N D
BROADWAY nf 47th ST.
"A NATIONAL INSTITUTION"
i Marshall Neilan's
I .stmt flnpar lYoduntlam
"DINTY"
with WKSt.*Y BAJtnY, Tho Roy Stop
U llrr than "DAPUY Tn.XO
(.rmct than "THE RIVERA ISO."
Strand Symphony Orchestra
LEXINGTON IHBATRB
The CHESS WIZARD,
SAMUEL
RZESZEWSKI
tha S T??r Old Oh ra?
Marvel of Alt Uanturlaa
will play atimiltanfouvly
' ' ' 1 i M
THtmsi'AT, Nov. r.lh (ThanMfttvinai.
HATtmnAY, Nov. 87lh at Stir. P._M
Advance fair at th< Ho* Of icr
l.p*lna!<Mi Th?otr? (I'll. I'laz.t {V090I and
at 2(12 East ttroadway.
Concert of for Violin. ,
KREISLER
AT 8.
' Connor of Munlr for Piano.
M RACHMANINOFF
TtckliTS NOW AT BOX OFFICE. |
Llrortlon C. J. I'oley. fltflnway Piano. |
AEOLIAN" HALL. Tu??. Af?.. Noy. 30, at 3 j
SjERHf.D'ALVAREZ
Mftt OnnlPl Mnyi " S'ttlm fty Piano
/HsoLTaN Hall. Thin Afternoon at 3:1* '
TJ'^BODINOFF
MyV Palhar. Ma?nn A ITamHn Piano
AEOLIAN HALL. To-M w (Frl.) Aft. at 3 j
WTNBTON WILKINSON VMInU< |
u??. Oathai-tan A. Boatman KnH Mi?
V YORK HERALD. THl
fllfrht of the Pacific Air Boat force from _
Sap Diqtto to the Panama Canal, to w
start three days after Christmas. A
The flight to the Canal and return ""
ii-lll Mi^r nnrirmrlm itelv fl..ri4H miles, and
thn naval aviators in charge hope to 1
make It in record time. Their plan is to !
break all records by arriving at the <
Panama Canal January 12.
The itinerary fellows: Depart San J
Diego D? camber 28, 1820 : arrive Cerroe 1
Island December 28, depart Cerros ,
Island Dec nicer 29; arrive MugdaJona ,
Bay December 29, depart Magdalena .
Bay December 80 ; arrive Har.deras Bay I
December 3", depart Banderas Bay Jan- i
uary 4, 1921; arrive Acapulco January 4, !
1921, depart Acapulco January 8 ; arrive
Chippequa January 5, depart Chlppeqi
a January fi; arrive Jaquillaco Bay ]
(or Gulf of T'onseca) January 6, depart
JaquiliBco Bay (or Gulf of Fonseca) j
January It'; arrive Gulf of Nlcoyan Jan- !
uary It' lepart Gulf of Nlcoya January
11; a .ve Montljo Bay jJanuary 11, de-|
part Montljo January 121; arrivo Balboa.
Panama, January 12.
AMUSEMENTS.
metropolitan; !
TO-PAY. THANKS'O DAY, MAT. at 2.
CARMEN. r'nrrar, SundelluH. (ialll.
Marlinelll. WhitrhUl. Knthler?Wolf f.
TO-NIGHT at h:l.\ ROHICME. Alda.
Kornalne. llarrold. Keottl. PU-ro?Papi.
Fill, nt R, MEFISTOFEDB. Alda. haton;
Glgll (debut), Dldur? Moranzonl.
BAT. at 2. FOKZA PEL^DESTUJO Tor.
I selle, uaiu; UariNi imiHIlia muriiuv,
! Chalmers?} apl.
SAT. at 8 :1pop. prices, RIGOLETTO.
Morgana (debut), Perlnl; Chamlee, Pe
Linn, Rothler?Moranzonl.
SUN. at 8:3(1, CONCERT. IIAROLD
HATTER, Pianist. in-tlnn. Sparkes:
Chalmers. Coiid., Hageman.
NEXT MON., 7:4.".. TRISTAN Matzenauer,
Gordon; Ken.bach, Whltthlll,
Bines?Eodanzky.
WED. at X. FAUST. Uarrar. Pelaunola;
Martlnelll, Whltrhjll, Panlse?Wolf f.
THURS.,8. Triple mil, OAVALLERI.A
Pestlnn, Perlnt: Glyli, Chalmers; (1st
time) MAGIC MUSIC BOX. Galll. Bon
figllo and entire Ballet: L'ORACOLO.
Euston: Harrold. Soottl, Dldur.
Erf.. Dec. 10. PARQIFAI Price a from
Matinee at 1. $1 R0 t0
Tickets on sale beginning to-day at OA.M
HARPMAN PIANO USED
NEW YORK r
SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
WALTER DAMROS. *1f Conductor
Aeolian Hail, Next Sun. Aft., at 8.
I r,c, GRAINGER
I Liszt. John A. Carpenter. Tschalkowsky.
Historical Cycle at Carnegie Hall.
Fri. Evening, riCc2;! Beethoven
PROGRAM.
In honor of l'Oth Anniversary
of Beethoven's Btrth.
CI-"' ,1 villi, fiimmhnnli..
I rickets' at Box Offices. Geo. Emtio. Mcr. I
snxx S. HUROK'S MUSICAL BUREAU
/two uncos
^ Two Hippodrome Concerts
H NEXT SUNDAY NIGHT
NATIONAL SYMPHONY
I || itiQ MEN ORCHESTRA?SOLOISTS
I MISHEL * MANA
i PI ASTRO * ZUCCA
?? (VIOLINIST) (PIANIST)
Sk (Chicks rink)
5^ rickets 75c to $2 Now (No War Tax)
1 SUNDAY EVE, DEC. 5th
ONLY APPEARANCE THIS TEAR
I TETRAZZINI
Iwx Tickets $1.00 to $2.50. Mall Orders Now. !
CARNE IE HALL SAT. ART* NOV. 27
at 2 :30?Piano Recital ?BENNO
Moiseiwitsch
Scat" at Rox Office. 'Mason * llatnlln) 1
AEOLIAN HALL. To-morrow Eve. at 8 .15 '
ROSA SIMON
PIANO RECITAL (Mason * llamlln)
AEOLIAN IIALL, Mon. Aft., Nov. 21' at .1
D^X KENNEDY
i Violinist. fAmcrlcan Debut ) M. A H. Piano
I AEOLIAN IIALL, Tues. Ev.. Nov. 30. at 8:15
LETZ QUARTET
HRAI1MS. POHNANYI. MOZART.
Assisting Artist. LEE PATTISON.
I Tlcketa at box office A of Helen Love, 1 W. 31 ,
u. s.
MARINE BAND
i - THE PRESIDENT'S OWN"
Soloists I ANNA FITZIU
' RUDOLPH BOCHCO
I SUNDAY. Nov 28th. at 3 P. M.
The HIPPODROME
I n^''- K"'h'" I Cub Edward*'
I rflL A c E i??? Soo7,vr
I . I.rr?m 1?. I vvnoii ft wyrte, Oths. A
I MBi.Pally.2So >1.I Louise tjunnlng
I rv il. K. Ki llh'11 j TUB CAN3INOS.
! IJiurncinr cC.rlm"' Tiiton Revut.
[ hIilKjIUC Hulijf Norton, Anna
' it Chandler, liarry ft
| I lll'y ft ,st. 1 l'mn,n Flmrrork ft Oth?.
rptpA imk riioi'oi.itan a ohk-\ch>
yrtna opera .spiiscriptions
Tipu rTC UOUUMT.BOLJJA KXCHANf.KD
I IvRbla MCA RON OR AI.TKI1NATI
PHONE i'ERrtiHVAVCT>
It 5onV 1 SKATS FOR ALL BtCCCBBBEE
' ' Q Jacobs' Theatre Ticket Office
4l0%i | >fortritim!ln Hotel. & :t*tba
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS.
EROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC
1 TfiANKSwIvINC. NK HI
'Mir Performance Onlv)
B. F. KEITH INTERTAINMENI
pat marion
ROONEY & BENT
Ntv 1 Their Company, With
VINCENT LOP 17, erxt lil? JA? BAND
in the Jajr ecene froni
ninuii ur ?MOKE
I'A'I KIOLA A M \HON
Kt'HT NORTON
AND SIX OTIIKK ACTS
SEATS NOW ON SALE.
ST A D - J*r tmur Pilton Swam
1 nK K Mat lltll; MMtiilOl
RKSS TOE TEMPTERS
RELIGIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
midoi.i: < ollka.iatk 4111i? h.
Id Av. nn<i 7th St.
Kev. ndr?r Franklin Itnmlg, MlnlV.er.
Service on Th.nnkfklvln* I'ay > t 10 :M A. M
net. Mr llotnlg " III prntrh
M%RRI ' COLLI til*TK <Ol ui li
Mh Av. KiKl .:??h St,
llov. 7>avld Jantvs Iturrrll, D. D., Minister
On Thankrglvlnn !* ? tklr cori*re|;atl<i'
nnlter with the ningmijatlon of thr Chur-i
nf St. Nh'hola* In ft rrrvlre In that olirfrv
HI 11 A. M. ' I
Ur. Daniel A. Poling will prmrh.
rOLUtilATR < III K< H OF NT. Nil Hoi \
Mh Av. and 4??h St.
Mnlmtm Mnrt,??n<1, Minister
On Tban1??rlvlng Pi> th? rntigr?v*llnh
tho Mnrnlr ('nllcclat* Chtirrh unttH* 'I
tht* roiiiir< piiflon In a aarvlco In tbl? chwvt
*t 11 A M.
Pr. I'nnlfl A. t'ollng will prmrb
H I ?l KND Cftl l.Mil VI1 i III i i II
XVcf Bnd Av *rd 7Tlh St.
Hov. Hvnry EvnrlHOtt Cobb, D. p., Mlnt?t<
On Thanknglvlnf Pa* th# mnirr'M'lon
tln> Ktiox Memorial Chapnl unite* with thl
.ongroiratlon In a aorvlce In thin ohureh
II A M. Pr. Cobb will pr<-aoh.
S al?J?et t "The Mayflower Covenant."
Washington (flfUHCFif rnrm w
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