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Counsel Try to Have Him Iden
tified as Tall Dark Man Who
Visited Household.
MA N V SERVANTS TESTIFY
Hotel Proprietor's Wife's Al
leged Misconduct Described
at Divorce Case.
George S. Mosby, former negro butler
of W. E. D. Stokes, Introduced the name
of George Schroeder, one of the core
spondents, when he testified yesterday
before Justice Finch In the Supreme
Court in Stokes's suit for divorce.
Through Mosby's testimony and a
procession of valets and chauffeurs that
followed him to the witness stand
Stokes's counsel sought to identify
Brhroeder as the tall dark man who,
according tothe previous testimony, wan
dered about the Stokes household while
Stokes was away on business trips.
Mosby testified he first saw Schroeder
!n the Stokes summer home at Long
Branch when Mrs. Stckes introduced him
to her husband. Schroeder, the witness
said, kissed Mrs. Stokes when she met
him on the front porch of the Long
Branch home In 1911 and later went
with her to Stokes's bedroom, and the
sliding door then was closed. They re
mained in the bedroom about an hour.
While the witness was testifying Schroe
der, who is said to be an engineer,
walked in and listened to the testimony.
Mosby said Schroeder called Mrs. Stokes
frequently on the telephone.
Mrs. Julius Strube, the housekeeper,
took the stand at the morning session
and corrected her already revised testi
mony by saying her first story that
Mrs. Stokes was In the habit of rueat
lng Blllig In her room was th? cor
rect one.
"X made a mistake," said the wit
ness. "It all comes to me now. Mrs.
Miller (Mrs. Stokes's mother) was
sleeping in Mrs. Stokes's room, and
therefore Mrs. Stokes slept with the
children. Mrs. Stokes would get up
very early with the children, put on
her kimono and come down stairs, have
breakfast with the children and Mrs.
Miller and then go upstairs, while Mrs.
Miller would go outside with the chil
dren. Then I would go up and fix the
room. It was then I found Blllig
tihere."
Fred Beard, Stokes's former chauf
feur, was brought Into court in an In
valid's chair. His testimony was identi
cal with the negro butler's. Both wit
nesses said that they thought It highly
Improper for a lady married for such
a short time to be kissing another man
than her husband.
Valentine A. Kubleke, a former chauf
feur of .Samuel M. Roosevelt, an artist,
testified that in '17 or 191S fie walked
into his employer's studio on West
Seventy-seventh street and found Mrs.
Stokes clothed in a kimono and sitting
on a chair with her legs crossed smok
ing a cigarette. Mr. Roosevelt, he said,
?was in front of an easel with brushes
in his hand. In the room wua the
picture of a nude woman havi" , the
same pose as Mrs. Stokes.
Kubicke testified that on many occa
sions he drove a Mrs. Kearney and Mrs.
Stokes In Roosevelt's automobile, arid d*
sar'bed an occasion when h<* went tr !
Ill Broadway and took Schroeder and
another man in his oar. They returned
to 105 West Seventy-sixth street, Mr*.
Kearney's apartment, where Mrs. Kear
ney and Mrs. titokes were waiting. The
four then drove to the CasMe-by-tlie-Sea
at Long Beach and returned to New
York, where they visited the Palais
Rflyal, and then returned to Mrs. Kear
ney's apartment. Schroeder, tho witness
continued, came out of the apartment
about 2 A. M. and the witness took him
to an address In The Bronx.
Under cross-examination the witness's
memory became hazy. He could not re- j
call whether the incidents he described I
took place In t!>17 or 1!)18. Mrs. Stokes !
wtis not In the city in 1917.
Mrs. Stokes was srangff)"d out a sitii
door yesterday to escape tho t.'irorg that
packed the corridors for a glimpse of
her. Justice F'nch adjourned the case
till Monday.
DUTCH TREAT CLUB DIES.
Oars for Dine iavra Explained nt
Annual "?How."
Those authors^ writers, editors, art!"' ??.
Illustrators and tike who blow them
selves to membership In the Dut h Treat
Club treated the same parsons lust night
to a dinner and the club's ?>nruial
"?how." In the Automobile Club of
America, 247 Went Fifty-fourth street
Oaorge Barry Mal'im presided n such :i
thoroughgoing fashion iliat nothing was
left for Rupert Hughes, the vice-presi
dent. to do.
James Montgomery Flagg epitomised
the cleverness of the evening In a spco, h
Introductory to a sketch he wrote enlle.l
"Prussian B'ie," which preached th.
?ermon that blue law advocate should
be dosed with l'russlan blue. Another
skctch quite apropos of the gathering'
was called *Tn Dutch." No mention was
ma"4e of anything Scotch, but It was
apparent that some of the 200 members
wM attended remembered thnt rye
tfrows Holland and that the Low
Ooun' .. Is a home of the Juniper berry.
McBRIDES 11
THEATRE TICKET OFFICES
TIMES SQUARE WEST
f^VERY President
_J from Grant to
Roosevelt bought hi#
New York theatre tick
ets from McBride't. And
every President paid
what you pay today: the
box office price, pltis
McBride's standard 50c
service fee?not a pen- |
ny more. McBridc's
branch offices are at:
Hotel MeAlata W?ldnrl-A ?tort*
71 16R Brotdwiy
PHONE 1100 BRYANT Ij
I
AMUSEMENTS.
AMERICA'S FOREMOST 1
The WINTER GARDEN'S
Liuthlnt Hit
PASSING SHOW
OK 1021.
i'roswitinifWillie & Eugene Howard
MARIE n RESSLE H-HAR RY WATSON
Evps. 8:?5. Matim-p To-day. 3 IS.
E vs. 8 30. Mats Today & Wed. MjjhrtlfeSl
timDa^odor iiai
THE ROSE GIRL w,?1Thoki!lks
LYDIA LOPOKOVA 111 I? now Ballat
bv M. KOKIVE.
NEW YORK 8 PRETTIEST CHORUS.
MARGftR?TANGLIN
Mate. Wed. & Sat. 2:30; lirv
THE WOMAN
OF BRONZE"
PLAYHOUSE
dorisKEANE ROMANCE
Wm- A Ifith K. of Bwy. Evs. 8:20
Br i.ly's?'' 0,-M \ts,To-d%y & Thvrs.3:20
1*'BROKEN WM$
SEE T.tlC CitASHIN'IJ aehol'l-WIC.
RI int I Tlip.itro, W. 46UI St. Kvs. 8:30.
? J^^ Matinees To^iay ?St Wed. 2:30.
JOHN GALSWORTHY'S
THE SKIN GAME
Bijou^B\?ySpl. Mats.
the TYRANNY OF LOVE
with Estclle Wlnwood. Cyril Kelyhtloy,
(igopres Plateau. Mnr-raret IIf
| REPUBLIC;Ev.8.30. Mts.To-day&Wd2:30
W<'M 42?1 St.; JOHN' golden Presents
Igrace la rue una yx nm
JllALE HAMILTON DQ&Y IflC
*ile lstYcdV
Evp.s. 8 30 J *-Uf
Mats.Tortay, Wed. AThur.2:30
T TTTT F The;*. ! Special Matinee
?Lil 1 IXjCj w 44th.I Tups..Mar. 15,at 2:30.
3 one-act plays by HAROLD CHAP1N
and GRACE GEORGE In the first act of
"The Now Morality," by Harold Chapln.
LITTLE
[THEATRE
I West 44 St.
Msvinp Fliintt'S w- 39t'1 St- Ev,1t- 8:30.
mcMlilt, LlilUii i Mats \Voj & Sat 2:30.
mL | SPANISH
St. Patrick's
oi. raricxs : i /^v\ /rr
. Pay (TiHifs.) I Lv V lL
aqfL ST THKA. nr. B'v. LAST 2 WKEI
J7Ul J l . Matinees To-day A Wort., 2:30.
RFN-ATVT! SAMSON & DELILAH"
*itli Pauline Lor.t.
RROADHI JRST 44tfl St ? u'- of B'way
DI\V^/\L>nUf\^ 1 T,vloo t)aily 2:30-8:30
ilTOVER THE HILL
By W ill Carloton. Directed by 11 arry Millarde
AMUSEMENTS.
FHEATRK8 AND HITS, DIRECTION OF L.
mmm iidoNoeRs
At 11 > n?as .t 10 :'0 lur IHnlnnte Har.i-lnt
CF NTR A F Thea..47th?tB'y. E v?.8:30
V.HIN 1 1\AL %IUs To-dav& Wed. 2:30.
Last 1 Weeks. MATINEE TO-DAY.
F. Kay Coinatock at Morris Uest Present
The London and Por.s Mentation
j~x i?' r \//>| ? In The Mimical Show
DELYSIA "AFGAR"
"lla-i taken New York by storm ."Telegram
'A Siti" "lit!.' fomady."?Tele.
fc . TWENTY-FOURTH WEEK
Arliss
BELMONT
MISS LULU BETT
pDIMfpCC Then.. 39. E.of ll>. Evs 8:45.
ri\imv_I^XJ NfaU| To-day* Wed. at 3:30.
HKidM.igmq
wit,i CtlAKI^hH GILPIN.
DIFF'RK ST :gpeo.Mto . V.<n t .Tww.ThurH.Frl
Matinees To-day and Wednemlaft, 2:30.
Nor; THFA 44th St ? W- ol
llayes 1 riLrt. B'y. Cv?. 8:30
SAM HHAiiRiySUHESSSi
PI vMnilTH-,rth st- w- of
rL. nflUU in M.lts 'f ht:r*. A Sat. 2 ."JO
LITTLE 010 HEW YORK
LONGACRE
GRANT MITCHELL
in "THE CHAMPION"
FIRST TIME ON ANY STAGE
MONDAY AFT., MARCH 14 ^
LONGACRE THEATRE
SFFCiAL MATS MO Nr., tubs.,
artuiHL maid. -i"Uitrs. & fAl
"THE HERO"
By Gilbert ISraery.
>
E L T I N ( ',:?' Weat 42d St. Eves. s:46
Mat*. Wed. & Hot. 2:30.
LADIES^NICHT
BOOTH
GEORi THE GREEN
GODDESS
Ily WM. AliCHER.
A STDR Thea., B'y Jfc 45th St. Evs. 8:25.
_u_v .t<.To-day & We4.(Pop.)2:'J5
HERSELF la1$??fi$y CORNERED
M.VTIVF.K TO-DAY. BEST SEATS $2
LYRIC 23'?ltre- ''>1 St., West of Broadway.
uiiviu Twk.e i >-.iiy.2: i .*? ,v 8:15.CNun.M t.at 3)
METRO PRESENTS
The FOUR
HORSEMEN
o? tie APOCALYPSE
Mats, 91.50 to 50c. Evenings 82.00 to 50c.
AMUSEMENTS.
AND J. J. SHUnEIiT.
_ ?' irk \V ; s :30
K VS. .V M VT.TODAY.SOi: to ?2.50. IpoP
?ALLS! AH OactlR fthatikipGrSneeta^tofM it
J'NTHE NiGHT WATCH ,"i "
'.().? to
S'J 00
SHUBERT The0 ' **th W E vs.8:;>0
Matinees Tivthj & Wed. r.t 2 TO.
In the Musical
UK K
AMILY
TitSJB."
NORA BAYES
Xatlnwi TO-DAY 2:30.
LIONEL BARRYMORE
"MACBETH."
JULIA ARTHUR
NEXT TUBS. NIGHT. Seats Now.
SoSZdJ^SS
f HtGH-FliinS MUSKAI HIT ? ?
The THEATHK GUILD I'reseiUi
MB. P I M PASSES BY
mDDiri' 6."> W. 3r>th. Fltzroy 1523.
LiA(\I\lV_rv Evh.8 :30.Mta.Today 4 Thar.
MATINEES TO-DAY Jt WED. 2:30
Greenwich Village Ave.
NEXT MONDAY EVE?SKATS NOW.
SURVIVAL tP/r FITTEST
HOiSBOOH BURN
AJ A 101/ASif IAU6HABU SAHOtT
THE BAD MAN
COMEDY MA*5 THu'ffS ?
]
441H ST. THEATRE ^'7,iiy
/?'rrninot H:li. A Satinets
D. \Y. GRIFFITH i'rew.M
"WAY DOWN EAST"
Symphony Orchestra. All Seats Reserved.
IL.EXIWSTON BSlSEAS SKSSi.
rnt TflN W. 46th ?t. E'm. 8:30.
r l/L I U N Mts.To-day,Wed.&Thaw.
ENTER MADAME$5?
I T I r* is rr T C FOR ALL THEATRES TYSON & CO. 1472 B'WAY. 4080 Bryant
I I 1 (J fv fcj 1 O 50c ADVANCE ?n',:u estaulisiibo is.? 100 B WAY. 9100 Rector
NEW YORK'S LEADING THEATRES AND SUCCESSES
?>w Amsterdam at :
M its. Wed. & Sat.
P1VTPIR B'way & *io St. E vs. at 8:1 r,.
n\<- Mats. To-d?y&Wed. 2:15. ! n* ? "n T/a r\ i v rn worn VO
BARKiK MARY i MAT.TO-DAY 50c to $2.50 higher
RUTH | AT HIS
CHATTERTON L?5J-"
ROSE
RFI ASrO w?st44th8t. Eve*. at 8:1.%.
DCLAJLU MMs. 'I'o-day & Thurs. 2:13.
Lionel Atwill "DEBURAli"
11 1 CLAIRE
LYCEUM Thca.. W. 4Bth St Evs. 8 .20.
? To-day A Thm*. 2.20.
DIGGERS tfopwood
I Mnv WEST Wl ST. E VS. 8:20.
) CQRT m ts. To-day & Wed. 3:20
I Lauretta Taylor
?n"PEG CMY HEART)
I hr J MA(JT L?v MAS>MC I-^V.
SAM H HABRirsiffESSB -|
HENRY MILLER'S ,?WA.!5?.
>??*> 20. Mat*. To-<lay & Thurs. 2:20
MRS. FISKEjon?tS
[,
KLAWTHEATREKJS^S;
; Matinee To-day & Wednesday at 2 20.
f FRANG1NE LARRIMORE
| 'NICE PEOPLE'
[SAHHHARRISw^
?? SAT 2 SO-BRYANT 53
7$ ERED SIONK 'Tip-top
2!EG?ELI5 ppqduotqn
HiMOfN MILLER
UfC:.: ERROL
2 Bo* Offices Open
Until 9 30 PM
NEW AMS TERDAM IlOOKatOJc 12. VKW
2IEC.FE5,niSSAc??!3
Dinner -t < -Oaneinn?S oner -it 1!
tn the musical romedy hit. "Ladv Billy"
BEST SEATS TO-DAY MAT. $2
GffC0!MS3BtGHIT<
HUDbON "T
THE WAHEST HAM
!N THE WORLD
vihOTTO KRUGEK . maBK>i COAKlEy
V B'y * 46 St. Mat. To-day. 2:30.
JOHN OOl,DEN i>resents
FTOAHK ? ?.
m
GEO,^TH?AiRr ?W??XEV3??
AV.
TBS TAVERN
WHATS At L THE SHOOTING FOB P
BWt?3TEWS?.l5
?'A r. Tt1' \ V
30. Mitts.To-day & Wed.2:3t'
At Ills Best In
ROLLO'S WILD OAT
Roland Young in
Punch
and
"l4PLAYLETS;v:.^!^r
CARNEGIE HALL TO-DAY at 2:30
MADAME and MISS
LOUISE
HOMER
TOGETHER IN RECITAL
Mgt Wolftohn Bureau. (S-nnnway Piano.)
AF.i 'MAN MM.I., MOM'W NKilH . S 1."
ELSHUCO TRIO
Kllm Breoskln, Violin l WI11?m Wtlleko,
Cello;Aur*Ilo Glornt. Dano. Manonillamnn
NEW YORK SYMPHONY
OnCHr.BTTlA
WAI.TKR I'AMHORCH -ONT>T OTOR
Aroll?:i 11 fvil. ifvin.t Aft., at 3
IGNAZ FRIEDMAN
Olinka MnndnlKtohn, BoK?r-I>tirai(i?.
Chopin
CARNEGIE HALL^'MaV: !? I
ClOfrc ('? nwti of Hl?torlral Cycle
WAGNER PROGRAM
FLORENCE EASTON
Tickets a! Box Offices. G*o. IStigtoa, Mgr.
AEOLIAN HALL,, THIS AFTERNOON at ni
La?t riAnofort* Recital Thl? Sm^nn by Harold
BAUER
Prat* Notr at Bo* Off 7Rc to |3 MaxonAHamlla
Management Metropolitan Mimical Bureau.
TOWN HALT,, TO M W AFT.. MARCH 18
Concert of rtano Cnmponltlonii hv KHNO
DOHNANYI
A *w and Iut#r0,itifip Proprarn
CfllOKESItINO PIANO. Mgt. Julca Dnibir,
CARNEGIE HALL, SAT. EVE., MAR. I"
BONO RECITAL?JEAN
BARON DESS,
Ticket* 11.00 t? IS.00, (Knaba.)
METROPOLITAN ,%usf
TO DAY MAT. nt 2, IUOOEETTO. Ch??,'
9oi InJ; I i.irk>M'. I ? Lina.Itotiiler? Moranmnl.
TO XinilT.K.Pnti I'll CAI'.MI.-V Per
a.111. i lor<lon. Gall I .Ci I ml, Da nine, Dlctur -Panl
SUN EVE. '< AVAlXEIilA KL'st11:aNA"'
? iifl "MOLIAi'd" (In Conr rt Korn.i.
MON. si N. POLISH JEW ("TIip [Mi-"I. De
lamiois, llmvarrl; Chaml> ?, C'nupollran, Uron
liw ? It?IJodan/l.'v, Eol'd l.y E'OHACi >l.O. Borl,
Affl'TI. Hfirrolfl. Srnttl, I ?irlitr?-Moranxonl.
I WED MAT. nl I "ill to $:?>. ZAZA~FaV.|
Irar, IJownrrt; Crlml, Do Euca?Moranzonl.l
WED at ft. TROVATORS. Musio, Oonton:
Klnifslon, l)oiiI o. Mnrtlno?rnpl.
TIIT'llS at s. AMDKE CHEN! En. Muilo.
IVrinl OlRll, Datiiyp, Dlrtur?Mrrameotll.
Kill ?| K MA.VON I nrrar. (mm 1 ;*<?)?
pit. ciialmor*. ItothlfP, l.aurpnU?Wolff.
PAT nt 1 15. EOHENOfttN Earn. n. Ciuiw.
pen HcmHn< h Whitriilll, (!u?1af?on?PodlWtUv.
hanr>M \.v 1 W' ? T*siei
MANHAT TAN I
PAVLOWA
? Tbp It ompnralilp
BALLET RIJSSE
MATINEE TO-DAY at 2:15
??Tin: KAIKY DOM.." "TUB EN
CH \STEP I At;;:' firni Divert l?fn. n'.a.
T<1 M iH T Bt <? 1*1. ?'THAIS.' " - V < tw ?
EI.AKKS " "MEXICAN l>.?NCE:'" n l
I in ?rtl "? prrif nt*. Clmus* nf I rtitin
AI,I NEXT WEEK.
Matltipp" WpdtH iflay nnrt Saturday.
MENGELBERG
CONCERTS
NATIONAL S) -.in OXY ORCHESTRA
CARNEGIE To m'w (Sim.) Kv , Mar. ja. - 13
HA EE TEES AET . MARCH in. 2 .10
rori i it: vmrtsu ;?<? .in? . /me tbe to ?j
sou>tftr RACHMANINOFF5
V XI If YOliK 1'KKFf>ftMASCKS.
R. rn!:????? Hullo !,<? linur*'-"!* (ientlllvmim. '
THE KNAHE IS THE I'KEICIAE PIANO.
CarncKi" Hall, Ttir* Ev..^ M;ir h 18, at 8:13
The Only New York Recital
Hulda Lashanska
Tt 'ketn by mall from M. M S. P., MO
Carnrpla Halt. II i* Offlc? Pale Now < >i ? n.
TOWN' HAM., THI8 AFTERNOON nt 3
CONCEPT FOR YOUNG PEOPEK
Guy Maier ??> Loraias WymaD
Plunlit. MftJoScpiano
Popular PrloM, IVOn ami Jl.iK).
Mfl. f'ftni^l Majrar. iShtckcrter Ptano.
ACAPSTOL SfSSff
\*'orlii'Hl.arpe.?t..Mo!>(n.'?utlfu!TI??a
jtfcuJfKK*"' 'LYING LIPS'
CAPITOL OnAND ORCHK8TRA.
! GOOD TIMES ^
. MATIHfC
ICVfR/ DAY
I Evws 0 IO ? IOOO rfOPU - IOC <OveLTit?
COLUMBIA
I iwnrn rrn- nwvt
?i?h Jam) CcupliHn a!1'! I; Pearl.
St RAN J) D"'
P'w*jr A 47tl> fi ,HAX! UK H1CMTRA.
Hippodmmp. Sun. Evp.. Mar. 20, 8:15
Galli - Curci
SKAT SAl.H MONDAY,
PRICKS, *1.00. 11.60. 12.00. *3.r.O, 9,1.00.
Mpt. Bviinp v Sr.I*?r (Htclnwfl) Pinna)
??-Tlit?trt? Under Direction ci Hajo Rir,?Je!4
CRITERION
Broadway at 44th Street
/. eg inning Tomorrow
JESSE 1- LASKY Frcaenit
A Gecrge Me'ford Production
"THE FAITH
HEALER"
with MILTON sills
By William Vaughan Moody
A Paramount Picture_
tS, buried treasure
Iwlth MARION DAVIE3
R PARAMOUNT PICTURER
I v O L I "Tiuv.-wmf0
B'way MAR MURRAY,
at 49th St. nivoll Cohogrt Orch.
Rial to ...
TIMES *n "CHICKENS '
SQUARE FAliOUS 1:1 A 1/i O ORCH.
PHILHARMONIC
STRANSKY
Cani?fl? Hall, Tn-nt'w <F<in.) Af?.. at 3
JOSEPH SCHWARZ
Ruft*lari Hnryton?.
rnux r. LE1KEUI, Man* gar.
brahmau.mM !.VViC: ",3,
"THE TIE THAT LIBERATES"
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS.
nTAU a ,!?t "nit" i 'fiwt
U I Arv ?yf Mm naJlr Tol Trt>in*l? 429/
IJ I'hiirvliy THE BIG SENSATION
srsMAV Two?BH Concerts?Two
RELIGIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
BAPT!>T.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Broadway and 79th Strwt.
PASTOR I. M. HALDEMAN, D. D.
11 A. M.?"THE TRIE OUTLINES OF HIS
TORY SET FORTH. NOT IN T1IK BRIL
LIANT SURFACE HCMMABDB8 OF MOD
ERN WHITKRK. HIT IN TIIE WORD OF,
GOD. WHICH FROM GENESIS TO REVE
LATION GIVE* GOIVS PLAN THROUGH i
THE AGES, THE SECRET AND KEY OF
HISTORY."
8 T. M.?"SAVED BY liOOKING AT A SER
PENT OF HRAftM. DID TIIE DEVIL BE
COME A SERPENT? WHY DID GOD
MARK THE DEVII-? WILL ONE l-OOK
AT CHRIST ON THE CROSS SAVE A ]
SOI L I'ROM ETERNAL DEATH AND i
GIVE ETERNAL LIFE ?
Preaching night during the *f?k, ex
cept Saturday, by Dr. Haldeman.
FIFTi i AV. BAPTIST CH U RCH
4 to 8 West 4Gtli St.
Dr. Cornelius Woelfkin, Minister,
will pri>?ich at tl A. M. Subject:
"Fading of Immortality."
Sunday School and Women's Clan# at 9:10. ;
Young Men's Bible Class at 9:40,
I^Atler, John r>. Rockefeller, Jr.
Young Pcopl - H Service, 6:80 P. M.
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
S. E. COR. 92D ST. AND AMSTERDAM AV. j
Frank M. Goodchiid, D. D., Pastor, j
ll--ISy Request,
"The Keys of Heaven."
8?Ninth In Evangelistic Scries on
"The Way of Salvation."
"JudaH: And How He Wan Lost."
MT. MORRIS BAPTIST CHURCH. |
nth At'., between 126th and 127th Sts.
CARL WALLACE PETTY, D.D.
II A. M.?"The Complete Life."
8 P. M.?"Main Street" or "Victory Oyer
the Common Place."
CAI.Y ARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
West 57th .St.. bet. (1th and 7th Aves.
Rev. JOHN ROACH STRATON, D. D.
10:;S0, "Can a Llttlo Human Jesus Save a
Lost World?"
12, Sunday School and Adult Bible Classes.
7:-iri, "Is Henry Ford Right About the J"W??"
Wadsworth Av. Baptist Church,
!*Mh and ISVth flt?. and Vi4imrtk A*.
Rev. E. S. IIOELOWAY, Pastor,
11?"Th* World's Great Need."
8?"Where Shall We Go?"
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.
Lectures By F. L. Rawson
M. I. 13. F?. A. M. I. C. B..
Of London, England, In Hotel Astor.
Sunday and Monday, March 13 and 14, at
8 P. M.
Aublble tre8Uie.it* given explaining right
methyl of work. (Collection.)
community church.
The Community Church of N. Y.!
11 A. M., Lyric Theatre. MR. HOI.MES.
"MEN. WOMEN AND IDEALS,"
(4) "Ol.D AGE AND ITS COMING."
4:30 P. M., Broadway Tabernacle, Vesper*. !
MR. HOLMES. Wells's Outline of History.
(.1) HAS RELIGION HELPED MANKIND?
8:15 P. Al., Ethical Culture Meeting House,
GI.ENN C. PLI MB on
INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY.
10 A. M.. Lyric Theatre, MR. BROWN.
Psychoanalysis, "The Danger* of Prayer."
CONGREGATIONAL.
: Broadway Tabernacle Church,
| BROADWAY AND .10TII STREET
The Pastor, DR. JEFFERSON,
will preach at 11 A. M and 8 P. M.
3 P. M.?"How to Live"
[ Wednesday. 8 P. M.. Midweek Service
Tnesdny. 8:15 P. M.. Pnhllo Forum
"Transit Problems," Henry (urrnn and
T. 11. Whitney.
BROOKLYN.
SIK JOHN STAINER'S
"THE CRUCIFIXION"
Charles Harrison, Tenor; Edgar Hcho
fleld, Baritone.
rhorus of 20 Solo Voices.
CHURCH OF THE PILGRIMS
Henry nn?l Krmsen St*.. Brooklyn,
Sl'NDAY. MARCH 13, nt 1:45 P. M.
Morning Service nt 11 A. M.
Pr. I.yrnan Abbott of The Outlook will
preach at tlio mornln* service. Dr. U. <!.
Warren of Rrooklyn City Mission will
preach at the evening service.
ow iitks of CHBI8T (CHRISTIAN).
CENTRAL 142 W, Slat, 11 and 8. ~
CHRISTIAN I>r. Finis S. Idleman,
CHURCH "A Homelike Church."
niTCTi wrncxra.
REV. W. JOHN MURRAY"
of the
CHURCH CF THi! HEALING CHRIST
Grand Ballroom, Waldorf-Astoria,
Sunday, 11 A. M. Subje't:
'Sclf-Henling Through Understanding'
The Bible Class meet:? nt !>:4." A. M.
Pltnday Prhool for Children at 11 A. M.
Wednesday Evf nlm* meeting at 8: 13 o'clock.
Daily Healing Meeting
at 12 o'clock, Waldorf-Astoria.
The public Is cordially Invited to all meetlne*
i rinr ai. ci i.ri nt:
N. Y. ETHIC AL SOCIETY
MEETING HOUSE
CENTRAL PARK WEST & 64TH ST.
11 A. M., Senator Joseph I. France
"The Future Policies of the United
States."
Public Cordially Invited.
BROfKLYM ETHICAL SOCIETY
C:;00KLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC
Lafayette Ave. b St. Fell* St.
11 A. M., Dr. Elbert Russell,
Swarthmore College. Pa.
"Quaker Views Upon Problems of the
Day."
Public Cordially Invited.
is ri.Hl)FN O MIN A TI ON AI .
COMMUNITY SERVICE
OONDUCTED RY NEW YORK
FEDERATION OK CHURCHES.
SUNDAY EVENING at
Kev. Dr. E. M. Stircg, Speaker.
Singinp led by Hurry Burnhart.
James Godrlard, Soloist.
THE TOWN HALL
113-ltt WEST 43D ST.
The National Bible Institute,
??I4 West :."ith ?tr-?? 4-ti i> >|
DON O. SHELTON
Flit? " ? f roi.g Faith."
DETH-EL TEMPLE
Ff I Til A\ EM'K \T Wll ST.
ON PAT . RABIH MARIUft RANSny.
ON SUNDAY MORMNO AT 1)
He*. !?'. Samuel Sehalr.ian,
",lfwl<h Creed and Mmlern V^ '?
? RKK M NAIKIIII k
Cat necle Hull. H-indn? Mnriiinj m ia?A
DR. XVIHl.,
"TUB COM F.NNATION3 OF fiACRiriCj; ??
A I Are Wei
TCMPi.i: h\mm;-ei.. r.th ??. and 4.id ?t -
Sunday, 11.15, Dr. Silverman on "The
Fersinii1 Henefll of Religion"
l.tTIHRAN,
advent:
?Rev. A fltelmle, D D., '? ?tor.
Broadway and Otld street,
PerYl^as at 11 A M and 8 P. M.
MU'i'.rel; Lenten Service, Wednesday, 8 p, !.
< 111 lt( II OF 1 Ml lioi \ TRIM l .,
6T>th Htreci and Central I'ark West.
The Rev. PAUL K 8CHKRBR, r.
11, Topic, "Misunderstood"; 8, "Pray, r
RKDKKMKR I < i- MHI MM, Pe??or.
4t4 West 44th *t? ll?:4S and 8.
t.enten Her\lee Wednesday Evnlnf, 8:15.
RELIGIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
OTHER SERVICES.
RELIGIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
OTHER SERVICES.
IJMTl'BKH ON
HEALING BY TRUE PRAYER
BY
F. L. RAWSON,
M. I. E. E.. A. M. I. O. E.,
Of London, England,
Author of "Life Understood.'
FREE I.ETTI RES (COLLECTION).
Hunday anil Monday. March l.'i and 14 (8
r>' w'V 1JoU'1 A!itor- Tuelnaj", March 10 (*
' ; M.). League for The Larger Life (222
- T*d-,st )? Erlday. March 18 (h 1*. M ).
roucli Mansion. Lafayette and Clinton Av?.,
Brooklyn. Sunday. March i'O (3 IV M. and x
I. M.), Hotel Astor. Sunday. March 27 (3
P- M.), Hotel Astor.
Dally Noonday Healing Tuika (Collection)". Monday,
March 14, to Saturday, April 2, Hotel Alitor.
Ciussea:
Preparatory Classes Monday, March 23, to Friday, March 25,
at 3 and 8 P. V , Room 1007-08, ir> East 40th St.
Advance Classen " mrtay, March 28, to Friday, April 2,
at 3 and 8 P. M., Kfiom 1007-08, 15 Easit 40th St.
All persons desiring to consult v 1th Mr. Rawson or to enroll for Clasaes should com
municate with Room 1000, 15 East 4W* 31. Vanderbllt 4309.
ADMISSION I.EC'Il'RES, 11.00.
Wednesday. March 18; Thursday, March
17; Saturday, March 10, at 8 P. M., In Room
1007-08, 15 E. 40th St. lAt the admission
lectures Mr. Rawson will plve audible treat
ments for all those present who furnish de
tails In writing, with narr.uj and addrmaes.)
MKTnODIST EPISCOPAI.
ST. PAUL'S
TRAVELERS CHURCH
Union Church Social Centre, ^
W. 4Kth St., near Broadway.
B'inday Services 1t and 8 P. M.
Fireside S<rvlco Wed., 8 P. M.
Grey Luncheon dally, 11 to 2.
Social Rooms always open.
Rov. John G. Benson. Pastor.
Mth St. and J
West End Ay. j
I)K. RAYMOND L. FORM AN, Minister.
11:00?"God's Accident Insurant-*.'."
8:00?"The Shortest Argument."
10:15?Men's Forum: "At the Three Taverns.
Special Lenten Sevvlce Wednesday, 8 P. M.
Btrangers especially welcome <" all services.
CALVARY M. E. CHURCH.
129th Street and Seventh Avenue.
?. . . S Rev. WILLIS P. ODEL1-. D. I).
Ministers ? ,{rv HARK ST INGHAM. D. O.
Dr. Ingham will preach:
11 A. M.?"Pure Religion."
8 P. M.?MUSICAL SERVICE, selections
from St. Paul, by special request.
"Madison A v. Church, 60th St.
Dr. IlAl.ru W. NOCKMAN, Factor.
11?"Reparations in Religion."
8?"Brotherhood, but How?"
g?Social Tea. Hampton Quartet.
GRACE, WEST 104TH ST.
Frederic!* Brotvn Hnrrlf, .Minister.
11 A. M.?"The Cross and the Coming Klns
dom." 7:4ri P. M.?Illustrated address. Dr.
W. M. Danner. Also Edison concert.
PAPf A VP Methodist Episcopal,
rAIXN. AVE-.. Park Atp. ??d Rfith St.
SAMUEL W. GRAFFLIN, Minister.
11 A. M.?The Alabaster Box.
8 P. M.?Burled Opportunity.
JOHN STREET
Mothet Church of American Methodism.
Ancient Shrlno At'rants Worldwide Visitors,
ST. JAM!?>', MndlMtn At. niul 126th St.
DR. GEORGE L. NUCKOLLS. Pastor.
11 A. M.?"Seeing the Invisible."
8 P.M.?"New Patches on Old Clothes."
NEW THOUGHT.
DR. JAMES PORTER MIL;..-' AMD MRS
MILLS INVITE THOSE INTERESTED TO !
TALKS ON A NEW ORDER. OK MEDITA
TION. HEALING. RENEWING OF TIIK
SPIRIT. AC.. SUNDAY.-; AT 11:30. T17ES- I
FAYS AND THURSDAYS AT B. FRIDAYS
AT 11 :4.r>. 200 WEST B7TH ST.
MRS. ID'OR A G. TILLMAN
AT HOME.
Number Party. Friday, 8 P. M. Your mission
to earth told bv your number. All welcome,
hi WEST ftlJTH.
MIIS. MAKY ( HAPIN.
Snnday Services 11 A. M. All nr* welcome.
COMMODORE MAI.I.ROOM.
PSYCHIC WOUNDS.
CONCENTRATION?PROSPERITY CLASSES
Mon.. 3-8: Frl., 8:16. Oinmcif Hall, It. 80?i.
ANNA C. NOLLE
(HOTEL ASTOR, SUNDAY. 11 A. M.)
Big Healing Meeting. No Charge.
OTHER 8ERVICES.
j HEM !?
jjjj Foundation of Foundations,
Pastor E.E.FRANKE W
SHUBERT THEATRE S
n
44th Streot, S
West of Bway jaj
PUS. EVE.. 3
MAR. 13TH. p
7:4.'i o"Clo.;k. (?
Daora open ui
T P. M. B
QUESTIONS M
ANSWERED. 3
SEATS 8
FREE "
Of
THE MYSTIC NUMBER 6 6 6~
Mystery?Babylon The Great?The
Anti-Christ?Accurately Pointed Out
I and Identified.
A Prophetic Bible Address
by
I Carlyle B.
1 Haynes
| in the TEMPLE. IMt'i
j St. and Lenox Ay.
; SUNDAY NIGHT.
MARCH 13.
at 7 ;45 o e!oe':."
ALL SEATS FREE
Rev. John McNeill
AT THE
WacUworth Av. Baptist Church
(Wads worth A vt. c: i o*Jth St;
Monday, March 14. and Every
Night During the Wee1; at 8.
Thf Churche* of the Fort Wain
itigton district are uniting
in these sped- ! ma ting*.
fj AT THE TOWN HALL, if,
Vj 133 Writ 4:(d Strrrt, fl|
u Sunday Morning at 1! o'Clook,
MARCH 13. IM1.
DR. GEORGE SARTON ?
(M.-mbtr Cai:."8l? iimtl'ut". H J
, "SCIENCE AN'i) RELIGION."
? At'HI'K.'E? THE TtlEOgOI'Hl' At,
9 ASSOCIATION. 3
m Ai'.ml?*l?>r. Kriv. ?
Emm a "? * mrrnm n
Sears PlnloMopli;
makcl life !>ab!# and lu'-ablr.
SnntliivM, il a.m., LiltlATheatri
4^|li 8tr< rl, Wfft <i{ Br loway
APWim OK r" N W-MrMI'EHP. II
f I! ffj A 't'rtWM The He'eu* StuMety.
V It 1 il n 1 U 51 11 <'hln??? Theatre
? 'i I1 ?>' r i S'reet.
VI A' ake C- pel f-ervl ? Nlyfly, 10 P.M.
'i i ? ' '? * / ?" NAN. Supurlntenite-il
rtummnuii.
MWWjJ JkV. rult <IIVTKRMX (IVM'H,
>nrflii?n?t Corwr Mtrrrt.
r. v It. tr ? . ? . ; I'na'er.
11 :0G A I R<jv. .lutit. < M. How ard,
?I JO 1'. VI Rev, I'.iul Iiwiiii! Mou ly.
P. Jri. -1'<? v. to **. llflv aril.
Ali Reals i re*.
J' RE S RYT E It 1 AN.
BRICK CHURCH
Firth Avenue und Thlrty-Jgyenth htreel.
, . I ?? lllii.m riemmi Mfmll.
Minister* } n,P?^orff Alnxnnrth Gretne.
DR. MERRILL will preach at 11 arm 4.
Subject, 4 P. M., "THE FACT OF SIN.
Bible tfchool at P:4<>.
General Discussion Bible Class at 10:00 A. ?
Leader, Professor Charles Thaddeus Terry.
Young People's Sonlety Social an<l
Supper Mcetfne, (1:30-7:80.
MIDWEEK SERVK'P! W. ..-.esday ?t ?:?.
FRIDAY NOON HOUR OF MUBIC.
HAf'H program by clarence Dickinson, as
slated by Inez Barbour, soprano; Isold*
Mtenges, violinist; Roseoe Possell and Ray
mond Williams, Flautists.
NOONDAY SERVICE every wcekdayat 12 -30
rPVTRAI I'lir.SIIYTKIlIAN C'HrRCn.
MudlMnn Ar. nfid 5~th #1,
Rev. Dwight W. Wylie, D.D., LL. D.
PASTOR.
11?PREACHING BY THE PASTOIt.
4?Special Sermon hy the Pastor.
Members of the Masonl'- Fraternity will be
CUMtK.
The New Full Choir nnd Instrumental Soloists
will appear at both Morning und Afternoon
Service*.
Wednesday. 8 P. M.?Devotional Mooting.
Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church,
Fifth Avenue and Fifty-fifth street.
5 Rev. .JOHN KELMAN, P. D.
Ministers ( ,irVi JAMES PAEMER, Ph. D.
11 .00 A. M. ? Rev. George Alexander, D. D.
4:30 P. M.?Bishop Luther B. Wilson.
Bible School at f) :30. Men's Cl^.ss at 10.
At 4, Organ ltecltal by Harry Gilbert.
Wed., 8:15 p.m.. Midweek Service.Dr.KelmtW.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
6th afi, 11th and 12th sts.
)Rcv. George Alexander, D. D.
Rev. Harry Etr.erson Fosdlck, D. D.
Rev. Thomas Guthrie Speers.
0:4Ii A. M.? Sunday School.
11 :00 A. M.?Dr. Fosdlck.
8:00 P.M.?Mr. Spoers.
Wednesday, S P. M? Midweek Service.
WEST END ?3FXZE?i8i>.
Dr.A.Edwin Keiprwln preacher I,enten Sermon.
!1?"What Immortality Is Like."
8?EVANGELIST GONWRET. Special Ser
vices nightly this week.
WEST-PARK PRESBYTERIAN CIU'RCH.
Amsterdam Avenne nnd HfiHi Street.
Rer. ANTHONY II. EVANS, 1>. !>., Past-Mr,
11 A. M.?Rev. Gilbert ItcH. D. I).
8 P. M ?Mr. Harold Phillips.
Topic - "Misrepresentation the Cause of
('hrlst's Crucifixion."
PRBMUYTERIAN CHfRCII,
nan West lollth Street.
Rev. John R. Ma"kay, 1>. D.,
LE. D., Pastor,
il A. M.?"Moral Welfare." 8 P.
"When Is n Falliwe a Failure?"
FT. WASHINGTON u?
REV. JOHN McNEILL, Pastor,
PlfRrhw fkt. 11 A. M. H I'. M.
PirachlnK flerylcc Wednesday at H V. M.
Harlem-New York Church,
Mt, Morris A'ark West and 122d ?t.
Dr. Frederick W. Evans; 11, "The Spirit's
Clirlrt-Centred Work"; 8. "How Faith Wins
Victories." ?
B R O A D VV A Y
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Brnadivny and 114th Street.
Rev. Walter Duncan Ituchnnan, D. D.,
Minister. " Ill prusch at 11 A. M. and 8 I'. M.
RTfTYVrR^ 1?RF>BYTERIAN CHIRCH,
Rrordway ami 7.".(i St.
Rex. DAMEI. RI'SSEI.I,, 1>. ?>.. Pustor.
IHt. Rl'SSEI.I. will preaeli nt 11 A. M.
K P. M.?Special I elite*t Mu-lcnl Service.
pn i Tr t h rawEHfpan ctbcrcST
w West End Avenue, !?)st Street.
Ed^nr Whltoker Work. 1). I)., Pastor.
I>r. Work p reaches at 11 und ?.
PRACTICAL < IHtlMlAM TY.
(Erinitp CfitircJ)
Rev. WILLIAM T. M.VVMMi, l?. D? Rector.
7, 8 and 0?Holy Commu ilcn.
10:30?Morninu Prayer.
11?Litany, Holy Communion and Sermon,
Rector.
3:30?Evenjonn: and Sermon.
MIDDAY SERVICES,
March 14, in, lfi, 17, 18.
Rev. Samual 8. Drury, L. H. P., Rector
St. Paul's" School, (Concord. New Hamonhlre.
SEATS FREE.
Cathedral oiF St. John the Divine,
Amsterdam Avenne ."nil ll?tli Street.
* and 10:10 A M.t Holy Communion.
11 A. M.? Preacher, Rev. r>r. Raymofid C.
Knox.
4 P. M. ? Preacher. Pev. Theodore S??d|fwlrk.
8:1% P M.?Recital of Liturgical ?,nd other
Sacred Mimic hv tho Choir .
Daily Service*, 7:80 A. M.. 5 P. M.
(Choral i*ccpt Monday nnd Saturdr.y).
Wei'nefdav, 4 P. M.--Conferencu or. Fo'ial
Service^ hy_Ucv. j" K CUh-rt.
< III Hi ll OF THE Tft ANsrifM'kATIOnT
I K??t 2<>tJ. S)._nr. HOI'GMTCN, Rector.
COMMlT.VION-8-7, * and 1? A. M. 10 .10
HALL'S M*SS find SERMON. 1'reachet ->v
KARL TIEnEMANN, O. H. C. 4 o'clock
? 'HCIlAt. EVENSONiJ. <1 J'. M ? SERMON.
Fr. TTEDEMANN. DAILY, Noon. Preacher.
Fr. TIEDEMANN. Monday. March 14 S P.
M. ?l're.-ir her
Rev. FREDERICK S. PENFOl.D. D. P.
"Tim Duty of Catholic Churchmen To-dnv'."
CHtTRCHMEN'H *14.1 ASfT.
ALL ANGELS' CHURCH
TTKXT F*!? A V. AND 8I*T STREET.
Rev. S. I>c I.finery Tonntend. II. D., liecinr.
Holy Communion H A. M*.
Morning Prayor * Sermon (Rector)..11 A. M
I'veneo ,r t Rev W .! p Tiiomaa). . IP M.
I>e-ichine During Lent, A p. J|.
Tueadnjr-'.-Rov Charl. !. L Slntterv. r?. D.
Thurmt*-. The Rev. r ir Henry Lubrfik.
Frlda>?- Th" R?v, Mciforrt L. Brrtvn.
Stranger* n'rlrnm.
Church nf Zion nnH Si. Timothy?
334 We*? B7tli Street.
Rev. Fre?!-ricU lliirire*-., ,lr.. H. D., Rector.
8, 11 (Rectori, and * (I!ev, C. IV. Manier).
Thurailnv Evening* In Lent. 8:15
SPECIAL PREACHERS.
Ne*t Thuv*day. Drnn Robblna.
Cathedral of St. John tba Divine.
CHURCH Mis-ION 01- HEALING
(t ITU VEAR.)
Provides Christian Payrhoanalyel*
for Nervnu*. Menial and Spiritual Sufferer*
I tTptoivn?St. Michael'* Pariah Holla*,
Office* ' cor T'f'th at. and Amsterdam nv
( lH?wn'o?-n?4ft W. 20th at.
Apple to Rev Dr. Calvert, 101 claremont av.
r.KAf'IC rill It. H.
Rrono'vaj nnil loth street.
DR. N LATTERY. KRCTOR,
Holy Communion 8 A. If.
Service and Sermon (T!ie Rotor*.. 11 A.M.
Lnler Evanaon* (Dr. Lubeclti HP. M.
Dally Noonday Bervlco nt 12:30. _
""rHVRI'H op ST MARY TUB VfROIN.
13!) We?t Forty--l>th Street.
Rev. .1. O. II. HARRY. D. D.. Rertor.
Low Maeaea, 7 30, 8:1.1; Children'* Ma.-.-*, 0;
Ililii Ma** and Sermon (Red or), 10:4%.
Vesper* and Sermon <Dr._ Delany), 4.
St. John tut- evangelist, Af
Rev. .MIIIN A. MADE, Rector.
11 A M., P.-v. Alliert Atimt.
8 P. M., "Olivet to Calvary" (Maunder).
Wed., 8 P M . Rev. Jolin 11. Alkirvon
ST. IGNATIUS r;',!?;;
Ray. WILLTAM PTTT MeCHNB. llactar.
Mar***. 7. *. !>'30, H.
Vr?p*rs and fieredlctlan. A _ _
at tun VTA Nr. Atnaterdam Av., lja'ih St.
SI. MARY V
SlUWtN'i ""VWIT''
Her. NATHAN V ?LA(iLF., D. D. lie-tor
(?(,1 ixf KT. FfiriitT. 48 l"n?t 'Itii Street
t,a j.imanch* a 10 M. fcrctaur WHtmeyW.
RELIGIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
PROTESTANT Kl'IM OIM1
Church of the incarnation/
Madlaon A v. and 3!itli St.
The Rev. Horace Percy Silver, Rector.
8 A. M.?Holy Communion.
11 \ M. Morning Prayer. T Kiev. L, K.
SUNDERLAND. Sup't. X. V. Protest ant- 1
EplnooiJi.t City Mission Society, will preach.
4 P. M., CHORAL EVENSONG.
."ERVICE8 DURING LENT:
Tuesday, .i P M.?L'Cturo on "Modera
Dcvjlopmont in Religious Thought"
by Professor I'oroeroy.
Thursday, 4 1'. M.? Devotional Bible Study.
Friday, K P. M ?Conflrrnavlor Instruction.
12:15 to 12:4ft? Noonday liervlco.
Special Preacher*.
iii'BOIS KAMA'S CANTATA,
"I.A-T SEVEN WORDS"
AT THE
Church of the Beloved Disciple,
East Blghty-i'lnih Street,
Near Park Ave.
Near Madison Avenue.
I P. M.
Miss Christine Looa, Soprano, and Mr. CharUs
Olson, Tenor; Mr. Prank Ayres, Barytone.
Violinist, Mr. Karl Kraueter: 'Cellist. Ml*?
Carolyn Niedhardt; Harpist,MIsm AnnaWeloh.
Organist arid Choirmaster, Mr. Geo. K. Hangs.
Holy Communion Service. 8 and 10?Th?
Rector, Dr. Von He Water, preaches on
"Contentment" at 11 A. M.
STTBARTHOLOiMEW'S CHURCH.
Park Avenue and Fifty-first Street.
Rev. LE1GHTON PARKS, D. V.. Rector.
S:SDA. M.?Holy Communion.
10:00 A. M.?Rector's Confirmation Class.
11 :<>0 A. M.?Morning Prayer ami -non.
I>r. Lelghton Parks will pr?i-Il.
3:00 P. M.?Sunday School.
4:30 P. M.?Confirmation Service.
Rt. Rev. Hugh L. Burleson. i T. D.
8:45 P. M.?Social Hour In Guild Koom.
DAILY I.KNTK.N NOONDAY SERVICE
(Except Halsr>!it;).
Hnturday Service, !> V M.
CHAPEL OF THE INTKR* r^SHtN (Trinity
PaHsh), Broadway and l/5ith St.?Rev. M.
H. Gates. D. D., Vk.ar. 8 and 8:45 A. M.?
Holy Communion. 0:45?Sunday School, 11?
Service ami Sermon. 4 P. M.?Popular Ves
pers. Russian Music, Edward Brornbort;,
Rasso. "Volga Boatmen's Chant," Traditional
"Slumber Sons;," Anton Simon. "Sussanln'"
Prayer," Glinka. Leo Rlggs. Recital Organ
ist, "Marche Slave," Tschaikownky; "Kame
noi Ostrow," Rubinstein. "Prelude In C
Sharp Minor," Rachmaninoff. New National
Hymn of Russia. Grctchaninoff, will b"
suns. Address by Pr. Gate3. 8 P. M.?Even
song and Sermon, ,
?s>t. (Efjomas's Cfiurcl)
FIFTH AVENUE AND 53D STREET.
Rev. ERNEST M. STIRES, D. D.. Rector.
8 A. M.?Holy Communion.
11?Morning Service iutd Sermon (Rftor).
3 P. M.?Men's Bible Class (Mint rated).
4?Evensong and Address (Rector).
8 P. M.?Hour of Organ Music.
Pally 12:10 to 12:30: 5 (Rector). _
Church of (he Heavenly Rest
Fifth Av., Ahov* 45th St.
Scrvlot*^, ?s ai;?l 11 A. M. am! ft 1\ M.
Rev. Herbert Shipman, D. D., Rector,
will preach morning and evening.
Monday, 11:30 A. M.?Last Lecture of Scries
by Rev. Dr. STUART L., TYSON. ,
CALVAR Y CI IURCH
lle\. Theodore Sedgwick, D. ))., Rector.
Services, 8, 10:15, 11 and 8.
Preacher?The Hector.
Noonday Service dally except Sat., 12:30, 12:5.1
Twlllght Ort,an Recital, Tues. at 4:30.
Truth reekeru anil lovers 't beauty welcome
at ST. MARK'S IN-T11S-BOUWERIE.
WILLIAM NORMAN GUTHRIE, Rector,
l.'t.'t East Tenth Street.
Never tho Same. Always Interesting.
Vital, Free, .Joyous, Reverent.
Sunday Services: 8?II, 4?8.
CHRIST CHURCH" 0ro,^B/f* at
Rev. JOHN R. ATKINSON, Rector.'
Servitor, 8:30 ami 11 A. M. and s p. flf.
a. msnop gailor, Presiding
Bishop, v.iil ?;ffli:lr.te and preach.
REFORMED CHERCH IN AMERICA.
MIDDLE COLLEGIATE ( in IU 5T
Second \venuo and Seventh Street.
Rev. Edgar Franklin Romlg. Minister,
will preach at 11 A. M. and x P. M.
Wednesday, 8 P. M., Lenten Service.
MARRI.E COLLEGIATE CIH'RCH,
Fifth Avenue and Twenty-ntnth Street.
Rev. David James Burrell, D. P., Minister.
11 A. M. Dr. Burrell will preach.
SnMeet: "Are All Religions Alike?"
8 P. M. Hr. 1'ollng will preach.
Subject; The Cross.
Nc. 1?The Ignominious.
I C'OI.I ECU ATE CHI'RCH OF ST. NIC HO LAB
Fifth Avenue and Forty-eighth Street.
'? Malcolm James MacLeod, Minister,
S"rvif i s at II A. M. and 8 p. m.
i Pr. MacLeod will preach at both c .?vices,
j ! vonlng subject: "One's 10th Birthday."
WEST END COLLEGIATE CHI Rf H.
West End \v, and 7Tth Street.
Rev. Henry Evcrtson Cobb, P. 1> . Minister,
will preach at 11 A. M. and 4:30 p. M.
1:30 P. M. Special Musle. Maunder"*
Cantata, "Ol ?! "> Calvary."
7:30 P. Jd. Young i-ople's Society.
FT. WASHINGTON COIXKOIATK CHtRTR
Fort Washington Av. nnd ISlst St.
All Beats Free.
Rev. Irving H. Tier*. P. D., Minister.
will prc?.<;h at 11 A. M. and 8 P. tt.
REFORMED ( ilLKCII OK IIVK1.K.M
I."*nn* Avenue and 123d Street.
Rev. Eilctr T'ltrir, Jr.. 1 >. T">.. Minister.
will preach at 11 A. M. and ft P. M.
Hamilton GMtflffe, CMfMrt Av. ft 149th.
Rev. Arthur Frederick Mabon, Minister.
SPItVK.TJS. 11 A M. an.I 8 V. M.
KPIKITrAl.tMM.
St. Matthew Spiritual Church,
4<* ?f?t str-*t.
Service!: -Sunday ?, Tue?d? y:i, Thuradoyt
and Saturdays. S n'ctook P. M. Special Lee.
tures every Thuredny and Haturday, 8:?0
MRS. H. JOHNSON.
wrei-o imk to a l.i,
FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH
1S8 ISnut Mth St.. near 34 A v.. nt S P. M.
LEARN THAT YOUR DEPARTED
ONES STILL LIVE.
I.eelitrer?Mr*. M. E. William*. Mensnge*.
Spiritual r.nd Ethical Swlftjr, Hotel A?tor, 3
P. >1.?Helen Temple Brlgham, Ineplratl'inn'
?r"*kor; poetical Improvisation*. Inquirers
Invited.
JOSEPH It.' hVmMeT., Spli ltunl OmrL lli
K. 181th St. i?ni;y M-etlngw. 2:30 & sr M.
UNITARI ? s
UNITARIAN LAYMEN
Invite Too to Attend e Bcrlee of
Sunday Evening Meetings
In the
TIMES SQUARE THEATRE
WEST 42!? P* REET,
TO-MORROW
"The Highest Loyalty."
John II. Dietrich, of Minneapolis.
Alol.ia HavrlUa. Itarltone, and a Quartet
From the PHlharnionlo Hodety.
riekete at Unitarian Headquarter*, 104
ICawt 20th St. No tlcHrt" required
nfttir 7:.10. MEKTIN'l I; AT 8:00.
West Side Unitarian Church.
Chas. Francis Potter. Minister
?v n* St S' :v!r. tl A.M.
"THE SAINTLY SUCAT"
(Commonly called
Faint Patrick)
Modern Chunlt 3<)hool nt 11 A.M.
THE (OM'll'MIV ( lit Ittll OF N. V.
ipec ll'fding 2'''""""in11y rimrch.")
tmvwiH.xMn1.
*,hi ? '? US "' acfTI
CtNTrAU Papk We?t & 76?,5t.
I JOSEPH FORT NEWTON.D D !
J# MINISTER. ^
Will Pfetch SuirJiv Morning II o'clock.
??THE rPACTIt'E <11 SAI.VATION,"
4?toymen'* ltelly; ??-M.-n and the Churafe."
Cjun rt"t and Clioiuu Choir.
VEIIANTA.
Ycdauta Society, 117 \V. 72d.- H warn I rind
imtmnda. "Fourth Hlnto of ullisclouMeit.''
a p. M.
DU. FRANK CRANE,
1 I*. M. 'ood Miiel'*. Men Only
tver.t f_*? v M r. v . ;vr \V" ? r?rt11 at.
BROtlKLTM.
DR. S. PAIGES CADMAN
"CruRrem oi Providence, Which?"
Ilrdford Mf V. M. r. A 1131 |l> 'f..rd Av.,
Ilkn.. Hundny. 3 .30 P. M. Men Only. Free,
rent net Mt-n'? Meeting Itl (.S renter New ?orh

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