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FOREST SET AFIRE
BY FALLING METEOR
Shook Folt for 50 Miles anil
Skies Illuminated in Two
States.
TAIL OF BLUE FLAME
Houses in Two Towns in Virginia
Are Shaken by Terrific
Explosion.
Norfolk, Va., May 12.?The shock or
a twenty ton meteor which crashed to
'hq ground in an Isolated 3pot in
Nottoway county, twelve miles northwest
of Blackstone. late last night, was
felt /or a radius of fifty miles, while
the brilliant glare of the incandescent
l*>dy Illuminated the heavens over
southern Virginia and sections of North
Carolina.
Tha trail of light as tho meteor fell
lu a alow curve from the aenlth at an
angle of about 43 degrees was visible
In (Norfolk, Richmond and at pointss
along the James River, creating general
excitement and even consternation
on the part of negroes.
The meteor, composed of a metalic
substance, crashed into a grovo of oak
trees with an explosive roar some distance
from any house, making a hole
with an area of 500 square feet and
burying several trees with it. Flames
shot up. which were visible for many
miles, while trees caught Are.
;v party 01 scientists a.iu iii'wnjtaprr
men Immediately left Richmond and
Norfolk for the scene, but the results
of their investigation were not known
to-night, as the place is isolated and
telephone communication was unavailable.
At Lowrenceville, 100 miles west of
here, windows wore rattled and houses
shaken by the fall of the meteor, while
at Chas? City similar effects w-ere noted.
Automobilists on the highways in Mecklenburg
county said it seemed as though
their cars had cuught fire, so great was
the illumination.
In Norfolk the meteor appeared to
be about half the diameter of the full
moon und much like a street arc light.
Its tail, of orange brilliance with a
sharp blue flame fading out at the extreme
end, apparently was about ten or
twelve times as long and fully as broad
us the body.
In Richmond a streak of light was
noticed before the ball of fire was seen
swirling through space to be followed
by the reverberations of an oxplosipn.
The entire Southeastern skies were
illuminated as if by a flash of lightning
rnd a burst of flame.
i IT
I DO
| What the Gen
j Europe froi
of blood" th
ica in?
What the busi
in every Sta
What the C\
about?
What America]
ture the So
ping trade fi
What is back c
treason trial'
The facts aboi
tion of agri<
cotton and >
in Russia?
Why Japanese
I ing the farm
About the ne
I picker that c
Why a famine
year?
Whether you i
salt?
Who put the
bottle?
; How to get c
by radio?
\ Read
v pert i ft*
1 I this n
HI
May 13th 1
/ Mark of \
f Distinction to j
J I Be a Render of i
| V The LitorwryJj
I Di9Wt M
1 FUNK & VVAGI
DAY'S DANCING EDICT
DEFIED AT SYRACUSE
Students Hint They Will Co to
Country Clubs.
\ Special Dispatch to Tub N?w Yo?a IIukai d.
Stracusic. May 12.?Chancellor Day's
I order forbidding dancing at Syracuse 1
University, in sorority and fraternity |
I houses, private homes and boarding I
houses of students will not stop dancing
[ by students.
The edict is branded as "unjust and !
unfair'' by the undergraduates, who de- '
| clare it will be hard to enforce. They
i also point out that there are country
I clubs where dancing can be done, and
it also would be possible for groups of
students to hold dances out of town '
without the faculty being the wiser.
University students who reside in !
Syracuse alfco are wondering whether i
me cn&nceuor nas tne rtgnt 10 atctaie
how they shall conduct themselves In j
1 their own homes.
In his statement Chancellor Day re- j
ferred to the suspensions of several stu- '
dents for drunkenness, and it Is said !
such incidents at a recent dance caused !
his action.
SETBACK FOR MRS. TINGLEY. j
IlearloK (irsnted In fSOO.OUO
Alienation Salt Against Her.
San Francisco. May 12.?The State j
Supreme Court yesterday granted a ]
hearing of the action for $200,000
brought against Mrs. Katherine Tingley, I
supreme leader of the International |
Brotherhood and Theosophlcal Society ;
by Mrs. Irene Mohn after the trial court }
had decided against and the District
Court of Appeals for Mrs. Tingley.
Mrs. Tingley was charged by Mrs. j
Mohn with having alienated the affec- !
, tions of her husband. Dr. George F.
Mohn. and the trial court awarded her
I $100,000 in April. 1921. The District
1 Court reversed the Judgment. Mrs.
I Mohn appealed to the Supreme Court.
CHURCH MERGER PROPOSED.
| United Brethren IVonld Unite
With Southern Methodists.
Hot Springs, Ark., May 12 (Associated
i Press)?Formal proposal of a merger
I between the United Brethren Church and
the Methodist Kpiecopal Church, South
was made by Bishop H. H. Fout of
Indianapolis to-day before the nineteenth
nuarlrennlal srenernl conference
j of the Methodist Episcopal Church,
I South.
Bishop Fout, who addressed the con1
ference as a fraternal messenger, said
i he hart been empowered by the College
I of Bishops of his denomination to pre!
sent the matter. His proposal was
cheered and the conference voted to
place the matter in the hands of its j
committee on church relations.'
COPELAND WARNS OF 1*1, AO I'EH, I
Dr. Hoyal 8. Copeland, Health Com- j
mlssloncr, was the guest of the New \
York Press Club at a luncheon yester- j
day. He spoke on epidemics in Russia,
Poland and the Ukraine and told What ;
New Y'ork must do to prevent the die- !
eases from getting Into this country. '
n mm V
YUL
oa plan is, to save
n another "welter
at may drag Ameriness
conditions are
te in the Union?
linese are fighting
ns are doing to capi
1 A 1
urn American ship*om
the British?
>f the West Virginia
?
it the present condimlture,
mining, and
woollen manufacture
farm boys are leav?
vv electrical cottonlisplaces
hand labor?
is predicted for next
ire eating too mucn
jinn in the radio
iollege lectures free
the answer to these and
ent questions as given in
veek's DIGEST. "Mi
Number on Sale To-day
T Th
1 jitera
MALLS COMPANY (Publishers o
THE
MOTHER'S DAT TOPIC
IN SUNDAY SERMON!
Mothers and Daughters t<
Have Luncheon To-day "Under
Lutheran Auspices.
DR. STETSON ON HEIGHTS
Bishop Hulse of CnbanMission
sionary Diocese to Preach
at Cathedral.
To-morrow will be Mother's Day 1:
New York churches and many of tin
clergy will preach on motherhood. ?lom<
preachers will ask whether the presen
day freedom enjoyed by many chlldrei
1b as good "bringing up" as that o
years ago. when mothers included mori
restrictions In early training.
In connection with Mother's Day then
will bo a Mother and Daughter lunchroi
to-day at the Hotel McAlpin under th<
nusplcea of the Dutheran "VVorrien'i
Prague of New York, of which Mrs
George Bayard Young Is president
About BOO women will attend. Mrs
Mary Austin, novelist, will spealt.
Dean Howard Chandler Bobbins wll
preach at the morning service at th<
Cathedral of St. John the Divine an<
the Right Rev. Dr. Hiram R. Huise
Missionary Bishop of Cuba, will speai
in the afternoon. There will be a mu
sicsl service at night, when HoratU
Parker's oratorio. "Hora Norissima,'
will be sung by the combined choirs oi
tho cathedral nnd St. Bartholomew')
Church under tho direction of Dr. Mile:
Farrow.
Dp. Stfptartn nt f'olnmhfn.
The Rev. Dr. Caleb Rochford Stetson
rector of Trinity, will occupy the pul
pit In St. Paul's Chapel, Columbli
University, to-morrow afternoon at o'clock.
Tills will be Dr. Stetson's firs
sermon at St. Paul's since he tool
charge of his parish. Prof. Waltei
Henry Hall has arranged a specta
music program.
Dr. John Roach Straton, pastor o
Calvary Baptist Church, has announcet
for to-morrow night a special ecrmor
on "Is 8ir Conan Doyle Betni
Duped by the Devil?" This sermon is t
continuation of the special series whlcf
Dr. Straton Is preaching on "A Renin
tlonal and Revolutionary Religion."
At the Church of the Divine Paternity
Central Park West and Seventy-slxtl
street, the minister. Dr. Joseph For
Newton, will preach at 11 A. M. 01
"Religion and the Modern Mind." Th<
Pev. Heleno Ulrlch will conduct th<
children's church service In the parish
house at 11 A. M. The Young People's
Christian Union will unite With the metropolitan
dlstrfct unions In a devotional
About the machine
phone conversati<
That, -in -Mr. Mer
America is barbs
row> sordid, ignc
tive, and fit only
and bounders?
Why crowds blocks
New York at Ge
operatic farewell
What the coming d<
that is threatenin
Why so many fa
unhealthy?
That it is proposa
the ten command
Sergeant York's o1
capture of 132
Who the original fla
What to do when a
crazy?
What are the best
The facts about
indebtedness?
How to pronounce
"apparatus,"
"apache," "vise
hundreds of other tinu
the illustrated news-art
11 ions Read It livery
?At All News-dealers
f the Famoua NEW Standard Di
NEW YORK HERALD,
meeting at the Church of Our Father, i
| Brooklyn, at 7 P. M.
Dr. Cobb to Preach Twice.
' At the Collegiate Church, West End
) avenue and Seventy-seventh street, the
minister, Dr. Henry Evertson Cobb, will
! preach at both services. At the after!
noon service, 4 :30 o'clock, the choir will
. sing selections from Ilaydn's "Tho
' I Creatioii."
i Mother's Day will be celebrated at
1 I ha Broadway Presbyterian Church to'
morrow and the pastor, the Rev. Dr.
! Walter Duncan Buchanan, will preach.
At the Fourth Presbyterian Church,
.West End avenue and Ninety-first
, I street, the Rev. Dr. Edgar Whitaker
1 i Work, pastor, Mother's Day services
will he held In tho morning at 11
o'clock. In the evening at 8 o'clock the
Rev. R. H. MaoCready will preach.
Dr. Charles Francis Potter, pastor
of the West Side Unitarian Church, will
preach tomorrow at IX A. M.. at Eari
Hall, 117th street and Broadway, on
"Will the New Religion Have a 'The
! oicgy?" The minister's office has been
opened In the new church and services
will be commenced in June.
l
Former Moslem to Speak.
5 Oeorge M. Larnna, a native of Turkey
. and a. convert from Mohammedanism to
Christianity, will speak at the evening
service at Chelsea Methodist Episcopal
f : Church, 178th street, west of Broadway.
' Mr. Larnxa has traveled all over the
; world. Interviewing the Mohammedans,
and has spoken to meeting groups In
9 i this country and is about to formulate
1 reasons why Mohammedans seldom be"
! come Christians, ilj will appear In na
| tlve costume and will tell the reasons
for the decline of Christianity In the j
Orient.
Thpro are 7">,000 Mohammedans In
the United States, the largest number
1 being located In Detroit, where they
s work in the automobile factories. Mr.
1 Ijimsa Is visiting them as a repre.
[ sentative of the Episcopal Church, eni
1 deavoring to interest them in religion.
- ' Dr. Relsner will preach on "Modern
J j Mothers." He will try to show that '
' J modern customs are wrecking homes
f \ and robbing boys of the Influences that
< made Wesley. IJncotn. orani, and such
j men great. At 11 o'clock Dr. Relsner
will preach on "How To Pray."
Tho P.ev, John Herman Ranclall, pas.
? .. * ?u? 1.?^ii
_ j preach at the Lyric Theatre at 11 A. M.,
. : to-morrow on "Does Evolution Direct
, j Man or Can Man Direct Evolution?"
Anniversary of Tabernacle.
^ J The fifteenth anniversary services
I of the Glad Tidings Tabernacle *Vhich
. i have been held for the last ten days will
| close to-morrow. In many respects this
t j has been by far the best anniversary
: i services tlie Tabernacle has ever had.
I The regulnr meeting's of the Tabernacle
1 I will be continued next week by special
workers on Tuesday, Thursday, and
1 Friday evenings.
1 Dr. S. Pavkea Cadman will speak at !
the West Side V. M. O. A. to-morrow j
at 4 P. M. on "The Greatest of Real I- |
ties." The Rev. George Jeffrey Rus- j
1 sell will speak at the Harlem Y. M. I
' I C. A. at I P. M. on "Taps."
i ' R. C. Tiliinghast will speak at the
''Merchant Seamen's Y. M. C. A. at 7:;t)|
' ! P. M. on "Mother's Day." Harriet !
i I Luella McCoIlum will 3peak at The
! ' Bronx Union Y. M. O. A. at 3:30 P. M. j
on "Mother."
I ' "Religion and Athletics" will be Dr. j
rxiit" I
that keeps tele- g
3ns secret? 1
lcken's opinion, |
irous, ugly, nar- 1
)ble, unimagina- ?
for blockheads |
>d the streets of |
raldine Farrar's jjj
octrinal storm is $
ig the churches? p
,rm babies are |
d to blue-pencil |
Iments? jj
wn story of his |
Germans? *
pper was?
in elephant goes
new novels? r'i
our national $
i "ski," "data," I
" mezzanine,"
ount"?
dy and
iclcs in
Week." ;
i?10 Cents . I
test
ctionary). NEW YORK
SATURDAY, MAY 13,_
i ?
S. Kdvv&rd Young's subject at the even- | ji
in* service to-morrow In the Bedford A
Presbyterian, Church, Nostrand avenue i\
und Dean street. Dr. Young's morning i d
subject will be "Where la the (Jospel i
1 Frontier?" tl
M
Dr. Wise on Itadlcnltain. P
i 0
To-morrow morning at 10:43 Dr. Wise
will preach at the Free Synagogue at : ti
Carnegie Hall on "Can the Church and i j,
Synagogue Be Radical??An Answer to : ^
a Challenge." I 'f
During the absence of Carlyle B. ;t
Haynes, pastor of the Temple. 120th p
street and Lenox avenue. H. M. St. | n
i John of Newark is holding the Sunduy |
! evening services. Mr. St. John is lec- p
tilling on spiritualism, his subject to- v
morrow night being: "Arc, the Peaa
Dead, or Very Much Alive?" j n
The Church of tho Puritans. KtOth ; o
street, near Fifth avenue, the Rev. j
; George J. Russell minister, will give j p
the last of the special musical services | o
to-morrow night at 8 o'clock. Cor- h
nellue Van Vliet, cellist of the Na- I ii
tlonal Symphony Orchestra, will be the | 21
soloist. : a
The Church of the Healing Christ, o
the Rev. TV. John Murray pastor, hold- 1 tl
ing services in the grand ballroom of tl
the Waldorf-Astoria, will he addressed C
to-morrow morning: at 11 o'clock by the w
pastor on "Utilizing Our Resources In- -tl
telligently." Dr. Murray expects to c
leave on his vacation In June, and Is
I to lecture in Uondon from June 2*> to
July 8 at the Higher Thought Center.
S
Afternoon Unity .Meeting.
Richard I.ynch. speaker for the Unity w
Society of Practical Christianity, hokl- Ri
ing its meetings In tho Fiak Building,
Broadway and Fifty-seventh street, j
will address his conifresatlon to-mor- nrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock on the sub- ' hi
_________________________________
__ Am-BXTIM. 1
Seventh-Day Adventist Tempte'l"
120th Street and I-enox Avenue.
OARLYL.E B. HAYXKS, Pastor.
Sunday Night: "Are the Dead Dead
Or Very Much Alive?"
| By M. H. St. John.
BAPTIST.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Broadway and Seventy-ninth Street.
DACTftD r am 11 a i rvr-mi * xt r\ rv
i i. ivi. nrtLuovirti^, u. u.
11 A. M.?"WHAT THE SCRIPTURE
TEACHES ABOCT BAPTISM." (Those who
desire to know the truth cordially invited.)
# P. M.?"THK TIMES OF THK GENTIU58;
Oil, THK BEGINNING OF THE I
EM>. EVENTS FORETOLD IN SCRIPTURE
AN1> NOW TAKING PI.ACK PROVE ,
THE PRESENT ORDER OF HI "MAN SOPIETY
IS DRAWING TO AN END; THAT L
WK ARK STANDING ON THE THRKS- | HO
ED OF THE, COMING OF CHRIST TO I
INAUGURATE A NEW AND PERFECT 1 C
SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT. TnE POI.ITI- IV
CAE CONDITION OF EUROPE AND THE >
EAST AND THK OUTCOME OF THE CON- ! J ,
CKRENCE AT GENOA JUSTIFY MA)YD , >,
CEORGK IN SAVING THE WORLD IS IN ,
A MORE PERILOUS STATE THAN AT r
ANY TIME IN ITS HISTORY. DEMON- |V
KTRATE THE FAILURE OF HI MAN GOV- ?
ERNMKNT AND THK NECESSITY FOR H
THE COMING OF CHRIST AS KING. {,
(First In three sermons on "COMING t
EVENTS.")
m. Ni:;lit. MnT 1*. * c.Vlook, ?Ul?der the Sun."
CENTRAL baptist church S.
K. Corner !?2d St. ftnd Amsterdam Ave.
Frank M. Goodchild, D. D., Pastor.
11?7tli In Series of Nature Suenions.
"The Messaee of the Mountains"
8?In celebration of Mothers' Day,
"A GOOD MOT HER." _
PARK AVENUE "BAPTIST CHURCH i
/ Formerly the Fifth Avenne,
Pnrk Avenue and Kart Sixty-fourth Street, i TUev.
CORNEMXJS WOF.LFKIX. D. D. j I"
Servicer: It A. M. and 8 P. M.
Sunday School, 0:40. Women's Class. 0:45. |
Men'o Clara. 0:40. Arthur E. Orator.
r Young I'eople'a Service, 0 P. M.
MT. MORRIS Baptist Church
Bth Avenue, Between 1 JCth and 127th Streets.
JAMES S. KIRTLEY, D. D.
11 A. M.?"MOTIIKlt. AIXO FATI1KK."
R T. M.?"t'NHl'SPKrTKD VIltTl'KS."
~ tON'c.ukGA'rmsAi",
Manhattan Church
B'way, at 76th St. m
The Truth About Spiritualism
Sunday morn. It A. M.
KinVAHU HKNItV FMHTT. Preacher. ,,
Vested C Choir.
I ' ' "
Droadway Tabernacle Church i
HromlwR) *f*l .HWti !*t.
kf. c lm>. k. jpffenon, d. !). fn^or.
Rev. Frederick W. Norwood
I'nntor of (ho City Temple,
Undon, England.
will preath nt 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.
Wednesday, 8 P. M.. Midweek Sendee.
I !?
ihvixk sriKNcr..
REV. W. JOHN MURRAY
OF TIIR
Church of the Healing Christ,
Grind llnll Room, IVntdnrf-.titorli,
Sunday. 11 A. M. Subject:
"Utilizing Our Reeourrea Intelligently."
Sunday School for Children at 11 o'Clock.
Wednesday Evening Meeting at 8 o'Clock.
Daily Healing Meeting
At 12 o'Clock, Waldorf-Aatorm.
The public I* cordially Invited to all tneetinpa. ; .
KTMic Af. cr i/tuRf. i t
T he Society for Etbical Culture
rounded 18711. j l"
Sleeting Hotiae, Central Park IV * Btill. j
Promptly Ht 11 A. M. Sunday i
MR. WILLIAM M.SALTER |
SUBJECT
"In Quietness and Confidence
Shall Be Your Strength" T\
Mr. Salter Is the former leafier Of the ; S
Slitcnco Kthh-al Society ami the author :
?f numerous books on Ethlrnl subjects.
THE PtTBLIC IS INVITED.
' ' ' gs.-J? U-.J ! !
iiit.nKH tihh carr. i
THEODORE G. NORfHRUP .
MrAlpln llotrl <(irrrn Room), Mnndny.1I A.M.
l*felinte?The Ulferrnre In Mr. Northrup's "
Teaching anil iIirMlsn Science. Snbject,
PSYCHOLOGY IN BUSINESS
By the Master Workman. S
liwry tine Jnvltril. < nib" ' Ion.
INT11 ltt?? \OMIN \TIONAI.
jlMggiyr Gospel
Tabernacle Church, ?
?w: j:i? ifrrii avk., at 44th st. j ?
Founder Rev. A. B. Simpson. *
REV. KI.MBtl I!. FITCH. Act In* I'antor. c
Sunday Services
jn:4s A. M. A 7.\?o P. M,
Rev. Hardy Mitchell [
OF riTTKW'HOII, PA., I I
WILL. PKBAOH AT HUTU 8EKVICES.
Al.ftO ?
ftintey ft Wednesday nlKlita at R P. M. |
Coming ?
Rev. W. T. MacArthur
or CHICAGO, v
MAY 'JI.-fT TO JITNH 4TII.
1 mi -MMmMi.i n ' (I
I I nil RA>.
Itnly Trinity. dill) ft.. Ontral Park Want. '
Tli' ftov. Paul ftcnerar, l'a?tor. 11.
Topic, The v That Kill th by On- .- j
MPTIIOIIIM KPIfCIIPAI.. *" '
CRACK. WEST I04TH STREET.
Frnlrrlck llrnan Harris. Minister.
II A. M. "P?!th of Our Mothers." .
7 : ( " P. M.?Wonderful Picture* of | k
"The Pnaalou Play of Olieramnvrttnu," I ^
by Profi'sor Myron T. Hiuddei i ^
i?4t, Andreir'*, TH St., nr. Coin nihil* Avr".|. 1 A
i.rwls llart?nrk, Mlnlater, II A. M. Infln- it
I onion Thai Mould Lift." 8 P. M.?"An 1
Ancient Bltl10uette.,,
1922.
ect, "Deliverance Prom Adversity." ! fl
in evening service will be held, at i \
hlch Anne Huntress will give the ad- 1 U
ress on "Cooperation."
To-morrow evening at 8 o'clock at .
he Hotel Ansonia, Dr. A. A. Lindsay |
rill continue his lectures on practical .
sychology. His subject will be "Psy? !
hology for Dnily Life."
Mrs. Mary Chapin, who lectures al
te Hotel Commodore on Sunday morniga
at 11 o'clock, will speak to-morro*
lornlng on "Dreams That Come True."
'he International New Thought Alll- Ai
nee, of which Mrs. Chapin Is vlc? ca
resident, is planning a convention thlj oy.
tontb. i da
"Mow to Develop Your Hidden ga
'ower" will be the subject of Anna C. ar
lolle's lecture at the meeting of the
pplied Psychology Association In the nn
lolol Astor to-morrow morning at 11 jj?
CIOC*. ql]
The twenty-fifth anniversary of ths (,B
axtorate of the Rev. Thomas Williams
f the Pilgrim Congregational Church,
Lichmond Hill, will be observed durlg
the week beginning Sunday, May orl
I. The Rev. Mr. Williams comes from ?c
ministerial family. He is a native ra
f Blaina, Wales, where his fatliet m'
lie Rev. David Williams, was for ox
ilrty-three years pastor of the local as
ongregational Church. His Tifbthcr J"
as Rachael Daniels, the daughter o( lo?
le Rev. Herbert Daniels, a well known "s
ongregational minister of Wales. gu
1IARD1NO TO GET DEGREE.
prrlal Pispatch to Thh Kiw Yosk Ilmutn. El
Phtncf.tox, May 12.?Announcement m;
as made to-day that Princeton Univer- 'a:
ca
ty would honor President Harding on be
is visit to dedicate the Princeton Me- th
mrlal Monument on June 9 with the
onorary degree of Doctor of Daws.
kligioufli
(ITIIFt SKItVICRft.
"IN T
DOYERS
OF HE A
That little spot in the Celestial City has it
Gertie. Yw, that's what everybody called I
pause (1 on to Join the Kind son* of the blest Toand
at the san e time unveil a picture of her tt
ISowery. All welcome.
THOMAS J. NOONAK
The Rescue Society, Old <
5-7 Doyers
"A House by the Sid<
METHODIST EriSCtH'AL. I __
1ETR0P0LITAN TEMPLE1^ : ?
KV. bH)R6K EDWIN PK'KARD, D. D. J K
A. M.?"Our Mothers." Dr. G. E. Flekard. I
I P. M.?"The Hook With the Messase of I
the Age," lay- Or. Wallace Mar-Mullen. , 11
fADiSON AVE.THURCH, WhSL
ev. Kalph TV. Sockmnn, Ph. V. 1
er. l^lund P. Gary. M. A. J Ministers
?Dr. Sonkman, "Family Honor." \
I P. M.?Dr. Kherrvborl Eddy, "Interpreting ?
Christ to America ami the World."
NAT! OX AT, HIIH.K INSTITiy. 1
" ^ -? Ml
"The Things That Remain" i
REV. FRANK TORREY m,
Acting Pastor Baptist Temple, Brooklyn. Nr
National Bible Institute rj
214 West TOtli street. 4:15 1*. M. 1
T llftCoilT.
UNITY 1
Practical Christianity
:isk Building ;
Richard Lynch, Speaker
SINDAY. 3 1'. M. P
"Deliverance Prom Adversity." i
8 P. M.?Anne Huntress on
"CO-OPERATION." ft
Rlelianl Lynch also speaks Tuesday,
2:80 P. M., and Wednesday, 8 P. St.
Classes and Library Open Daily. IIA
Public Cordially Invited. ^
mrs7 mary chapin, *
Sunday Service it o'clock (Free). Fl
COMMODORE RALL ROOM, 11 A. M.
"Dreams That Come True" m
dndfty Clftaees. 3 and 8, OnmcKie Hall,
r.7tli Street. Roym 807. . Dr
ANNA C.N OL L E t
ift.irn psychology association.
dotet. a*tor. SUNDAY. 11 a. m.
'Develop Your Hidden Power." F'
* ' OTHER sEltYICIlk n
? -1 ? ft
M
SPtRlTCAt. EFHfltaCT.
TAKING STOCK. 1 11
rA^roR j s
^ f' Franke, ^
1 ,rcair''
J Xannirti.
; T.nut l.wturr nl nmnillmrot Thrtirt i!| ' Ev
TWi Hen'ion.
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EAGUE FOR THE LARGER LIFE nJ
TJ2 WBBT 7-ND HTRKKT. 11.
in., 11:15?'"Tapping the Wrtverral Supply," I
Mr. Kugen* IHtl Mnr. ?
8:15?"Truth 1 Virion* t rat oil." /""I
Mr*. Jot- Wayrnan Ifouatnn. I V.I
Pally Noon Meeting*. Brlf Help Talk*.
Mr*. Aldalene Menzet. | ]
lie*. .1. Thur*. 8;15?Leetures, Mr*. Menzel. \
't il. ?Healing, Mr.*. Henrietta n. Cooke. ;
;lo?"I'rn-perlM Fellntvahip," Talka by : .
1.raphe Trttoheia?Te*tlmonle~. I 4
Thure. :i?Healing, Laura Cannon. j
Frl. 8 : 15?"Croat Women of lntlla."
Kdtnunil Ruaaell. Offering. ?
tat. 8:15?"League Appli-fl P*v< hology,"
Clllb Speaker*. I'olleetlon. 1
V LINOKAY.^ M. D., K
anquet Hull, Hotel Annmia f. 'ffiw
Psychology for Daily Ar
out* Free. (Collertioii.) r>
aperlallgt In
Sunpeatlon. Author of
I-htilngv I
SLAnTiUINBSTABERNACLE '1
M *t.. Wool of Rlli Av.-Roht. A Prnwn, ! |
nntor TI1R ARM R KVAN'f.Kl.lsT from I
ttMila, will monk 10A. M.. :i Mltl 7 !
M. Aft"rn<?iii : Tlfr RETflJl i
PIHITH or i.on. i: m, . HKI.I. IIIHHVKHKI*.
Tin TII ?i.I;KI:?S INVJTKD. I ?
Hiinnlnmn T1"': UESC,'R SOOIHtf. 1
jflmaown
V.'IPP! AWAKB ClOfll'KL.
krvlc? Nightly 10 P. M. T. J. Nnonnn. Hurt. ]
Plt?i:vrn;i w. | ^
iRST I'RESBYTKRIAN CHURCH c
l-'lftli Avrritif. Itfli mill l<!?h Kfrrrl*.
1 Ilov. (Irarfi Alnxnnilrr, D. P.
[Inlntor* ' Tlev. Horry Kntor?on I'nMlckiOvD. ,,,'l
I Tlnv. Tlintnr,* (luthrlo Hpnrr*.
:45 A. M.?Children'* Churrli niul Kiimlny ?.
ttolu ol. 11:Oo 4. M.?Pr. Koffdlck. (
?.?l l?. M.-Mv. SjiPirs. , '
Mlil n-mt> Porvlro. A P. M.mm
nb L
Pit A. IDtlN KWOWIN PiOthw, i
II?1"Tlw Mmlorn Arl of MlflilJ
I p Pnrrnlo."
> a a TV a /?vr* I irn*? motiikii'h
J "MOTHER
I KST-i'AIIK I'llliMMA TERI4N ? 131 III II
ni'trrilnm Avonnr nod KUIit.v-si?lli Mtrri-1. i
r\. ANTPONV If. KVAMM, l?. I>.. Pootor.
v 111 iirrAv.ll nl II A. M. niul 8 P. M.
Bvutilng Bulijcct: "Every LAf* Count*." I
IMPLE NEW COURT
TO TRY CIVIL CASES 1
Chin
i Ju
1 the
Continued from Flwt Page. ; Bhoi
? I trail
nphasis was laid on the fact that the ablo
rfeitratlon Society Is not seeking to , of I
mpote with the courts but to co- j a. ct
:erate In an effort to relieve the calen- I tryh
irs of the burdensome surplus of Ijtl- by 1
itlon. Judges and lawyers alike are ! Plan
nong those''on the board of governors. P'
Judge Mack Issued a word of warning and
ralnst the society reaching Into the mV}
Id of Industrial dispute, Involving fre- Pa.''
lently great bodies of men and Intrl- h* *
te questions of economics In the set- doul
sment of labor disputes. He said: jU(
"My experience In this Held has dem- tine^
istrated to me that mediation and VjC^
nclllatlon In Industrial disputes are t^e
r superior to arbitration. The com- tjon
ercial field, where business men with Eli
perience In particular Industries are man
well if not better qualified than most
dges to render acceptable decisions, is <j>he
rge enough to engage the attention of Er
many competent men as can be Guy
thered together. H. <
'The groat by-product of this work tlce
ill be the effect on the courts. At Joyc
e present time we are far behind Frai
irope In the work of our judicial Unli
achlnery, and in England particu- Pari
rly many of the burdensome technl- the
lltles that clutter our courts hare Bad
en done away with. The work of Sam
Is society will awaken our leglsla- Cool
res and the Judiciary to the defects ser,
our system and hasten the progress Schi
Noticed
^ OTH1.R SKKVtrES. ^ |
he?ir
STREET 1'
lVEN." I I
Ided one more to Its number?Chinatown
ler. Tho last name don't matter?has
iilsht at 0:30 1". M. we honor her memory,
lat has been paid for by the Iloys on the j p
8
I, Superintendent.
Chinese Theatre,
Street. Ti
e of the Road." j ^
11 1<
PRBRnTTKRtAN. i ?
PN'I'I^ A I ritKHHYTKBIAN CIUIIUH, [
' Mndltnn AV. and S7th |t. I
6V. Dwight w. Wylie, D.D.. LL. D? n
Itailor. S
9:47 A. M.?SUNDAY SCHOOL.
A. M. A 1:30 P. M.?Preaching by Pastor.
SOLO QUARTETTE
AT BOTH SERVICES.
WILLIAM KEIHHCK. ORGANIST.
Verincsiiay. 8 p. M ?DevoHonal Meeting. ?
BRICK CHURCH
Ifth Avenne and Thirty-nerrfttli Street.
5 William rierson Merrill. '
i Theodore Alnswnrtli Greene.
JR. MERRILL will preach nt 11 and 4.
Bible School at P:40. 8
dweek Service Wednesday at 8:15 P. M.
'ONDAY SERVICE every weekday at 12:.'!0
7ort Washington) '
Broadway nt 174th Street. I
REV. JOHN MoNEILL, PASTOR.
I A. M.?Rev. David G. Wyllc, D. P.
8 P. M.?Jtev. Edgar Strother, General
Secretary of the C. E. Movement In I
China.
V Grand Rally of Young People at the 1
Evening Service.
nmm i MO " 130th St.."Nr. Mil Ave. I
II 11 I I A Pin Services: 11 & 8. Rev. f
UlUlflllM Gfo J Russell, Minister.
P. M.?Special Musical Service 1
SOLOIST: ^
r. Cornelius 'Van Vliet, 'Cellist
nious Dutch 'Cellist. National Symphany
Orchestra. j.
ifth Avenue Presbvterian Church Revi
Fifth Avenue and Fl/ly-flfth Street,
irvU.eV. J Rev. JOHN KKU1AN. D. P.
misters j Rpv TAMES pxLMKR. Ph. D. (jf
Services at 11 A. SI. and 4:30 P. M. WA'
. Ketrrtan will preach at both services. Bfi
Men's Class at 10 A. St.
It 4. Orpan Herltal h.v Harry Ollhert.
M'eM.. 8:13 P. M., Stidtveek Service, J?s
I jr. Kelman. j '
niJHTH rkr*nvrr;rian church, | p. m
West Wed Ave. nod Dlst SI. r.arEdgar
Whltaker Work, P. D., Pastor.
A. St.?Children's Pay Service. I . ?
P. St.?Hey. R. if. MncCreadv. P. P. R
UMSON AV, FRBSBTTKRIAN CHURCH.
Northeast Corner 73<1 Street.
:0<l A, M.?Rev. Henr* Slenite Coffin, J). D, I jt
:IKt P. M.?Key. Oeorwe Stewart, Ph. t>.
All Sent* Free. I
_ PROTF.stavt K PI SCOP At,. ' 8 rj
athedral of St. John the Divint ni
Amsterdam Avenue and 112th Street. : Rev.
A. M.?The Holy Communion.
A. SI.?Preacher, Very Rev. Howard C. 11 A.
lobbins, D. P.
P. SI.?rreacher, Rt. Rer. Hiram R. 8 P.
lulse, P. P.. Missionary niahop of Cuba. !
:l,r. P. M.?Parker's "Hora Novlsslmn." COfi
Dally Services, 7:30 A. M., 3 P. M. | j-|
tChnral ettrepf Monday and Saturday.)
AO. ANGELS' CHURCH m
r?t Knfl Avenue and Klffhtr-flrst Street. 1
v. P. f)Blj*ncoy Townsenu, D. D., Rector. Wl
ily Communion... H A. m. Weal
irnln* Prayer and f "rmon?Rev. F pane la ; Rov.
f. Cotter of Wuohanift China 13 A. M. wII
enlng rrnyer and Addrowp > P. M. 4 ..to
fet. Cfiurcfj i
FIFTH AVK. AM) FIFTY-THIRD f*T. _ _J
v. BUNK ST M. HTIRF.S. O. D.. Rector. 1 Fort
A. M.?Holy Communion.
?Morning Service and Sermon (Rector). *'
-Cvrnoora and Addrcpq (Rector). I
rftJRCH OF THE INCARNATION n*?
ModUon Aremte and Thirty-fifth Street.
rite Iter. II. P. Silver. H. T. D., lleetor. .
R A. M.?Holy Communion. 11 A. M ?
Morning Prayer. Sermon (Rector).
P. M., Choral Evensong ?
foonday Service dally, except Saturday,
15?no to 18:30. with brief nddrepa. MAS
St. Bartholomew's Church 10*
Park Avenue and Fifty-flrat Street. ?*?
Her. bRlOHTON par If ft, D. D.. Rector.
:.'in a. M.?Holy Communion. Set
:0O A. M.?Morning Prayer and Sermon. Welt
:.'10 P. M.?Kveneong and Addrete. trill
itlicm: front "Horn Novlaalma," Parker, the t
Preacher. Rev. William If. Ijarilt. D
?hnrrh of the Henvcnlv ttsst turei
Fifth Atnnir, Above Forty-fifth Street. ^Jjia
ev. H. V. 13. Darlington, Rector "f "
Services: 8 and 11 A. M. an A 8 r. M. JJ{?J
The Rector Will Preach. Th?
iTiu ii of thr TirRsTftiritAM^ At
Kii-t 21Hh St.?Dr. HOUOHTOff, Hector. At 8
COMMUNIONS: 7, H and !t A. M.
10 :j<?: HTAlNKIl'ft MAM and SERMON. De
Preacher: llev. ltr. 1ATBR0K. thta
4 o'flofilt: CHORAL EVENSONO. tr. H
OOUNOD'F "The KltiR Of l.ove." ftC
8 P M : I'OMPIJNK and HKIIMO.V.
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY **
St. Paul's Chapel ?T?.
8ervlee?4 P. M. To
Earlier Rev. Caleb it. Stetson, D, D. of n
The Ptihl" la invited. ____ Butt.
hurch of /Ion and St. Timothy ?^
Temporary 1mention?:tls W. 57Ih Street. _j
V. Frederick ltlirfless, .Ir.. 11. !>.. Hector. J
le Cook reflation at 11 A. M, runt 8 P. M. ...
ill worship with St. Matthew's Church, in?i
US West Nlth SL _
Tiurch of the Resurrection ni
74th street. Fast of Park Arenne. I "ItK
Iter. F. fll'MKM. UOl'P.NK, Itertor. I ! , ,.t
^^FnndfM-ftrrvlrrrfliuv^^^^V^JVT^^^^ I
HI ll( H"l?K~sT M\I!V THE VIKOlC
Itttl We?t Forty -sixth street.
Rev. .1. O. 11. HARRY. TV P.. Rector. V
mv Mosses, 7:"0. 8:15. Children's Mass, I). Tt
IIrIi Mass and Sermon (Rector), 10:45. l?a
Vegpero and Sermon (Hcctorv, 4.
turner itjurcti
llrosdtrny nnd Teitth street. SHO
llr, Slattery, Ureter.
8. II?(The Rector). 8-<Dr. Lubeck).
must make to catch up with farcountries."
nong some of the comments exsed
at the luncheon were:
arles 8. Whitman?"Very workablt
it is indicative that our citizens |
alive to the delays of legal ma- i
ery."
stlce Ouy?"There Is no reason why
great mass of common litigation
ild not be disposed of through arblira
selected from distinguished and
men, composing the general board
irbltratlon. It aeems farcical that
>urt should spend a week or mors
iff a case when it could be settled
trbitration within & few days. The
will be of tremendous benefit in
roving the conditions of tha courts
of the utmost benefit to business
who can't afford to have their
ence and money wasted In useless
auun. aiio oupiPiiio vuuria now
5 21,000 cases pending, more than
lie those of three years ago."
dge Garvin?"The movement is des1
to perform a great public aerand
will be of great benefit to
courts of the city. State and naIhu
Root was quoted by Mr. Grossas
having indorsed the idea of
izen decision" many months ago.
governors of the society are:
nerson MCMlllln, Justice Charles L.
, Gen. Samuel McRoberts, Moses
Irossman, James A. O'Gorman, JusFrederic
Kernochan, William F.
se, Justice Almet F. Jcnks, Dean
ik H. Sommer of the New York
rerslty Law School, Thomas I.
tinson, Deaa Havlart F. Stone of
Columbia Law School, Jules S.
he, William C. Redfleld. Prof,
uel McCune Lindsay. Robert Grler
te, Franklin Simon, Horace de LisRobert
Lee Hatch, David A.
lite and Henry Ives Cobb.
PROTESTANT UriSCQMI..
W .'jL I
TIIIN1T* eni RCH,
Brvadw*;' and Wall St.
w. CaM K. Wdmn, D. D., Sector.
7:30, 9?Hole Communion.
0:30?MornlnS: Prayer.*
1?Ditany, Holy Communion ft ttrmon
S :30?Evensong and sermon.
ST. PAUI.'S CHAPET,,
Rroadwny, Fulton and Vesey St*.
lev. J. P. McCOMAS, D. D.. Vicar.
, 10:30, 11:00?Sermon. B?Address.
TRINITY CIIAPRt,,
Went 25th St., nanr Broadway.
lev. J. JV. SUTTON, I). 15., Vicar.
?Tho Holy Communion. 11?Mornir
Prayer, Sermon & Holy dlommun>n.
Preacher, I)r. Stetson. 0?Eyeing
Prayer. 4 43?Lecture, Church
tlstory.
S?. AGNES' CHAPKT.,
W?t 9?d St., near Columlnt* A*e.
ev. W.W. BELLINGER. D. D.. Vicar,
crvlcea: 7:30, 1?, 10. 11 A. M., 3:30
& 4 P. M.
ST. HIKE'S CHAPBT.,
Hudson St., ne??r Christopher St.
Rev. Edward H. Schlueler, Vicar.
, 9:30?Holy Communion.
1?Holy Communion and aarmon.
8?EVonsong and sermon.
HArET. OF THE INTERCESSION,
HriMdwny nad 155th St.
Rev. M. H. GATES, D. D., Vicar,
and 8:43?Holy Communion. 9:45?
Sunday School. 11?Servlea and
aerihon. Rlshop H. R. Hulso of
_ Cuba._Preacher.
f. m.?bv?'?iam Jinfl mnnon. Annual
Church Service of Washington
Heights Chapter D. A. It.
ST. OHRYSOATOM'S CHAPEL,
30th St. and 7th A v.
lev. C. NELSON MOLLER, Vicar.
8 :0O?Holy Communion.
1 OB?Holy Cbmmuhlon and sermon.
ST. Ar?CSTINH'8 CHAMCI,.
Cost IIomrton St., near tlie Bowery.
lev. LLOYD D. RHODES In chargo.
7 :30?Holy Communion.
0:30?Holy Communion and sermon.
H.OO-Evensong.
CALVARY CHURCH
irth Avenue and Twenty-first Street.
THEODORrt SEDGWICK. P.P.. Rector,
snd 10:15 A. M., Holy Communion.
11 and 8. rreortier. the Rector.
. IGNATIUS *SBS IT
r. WILLIAM PITT HrfTKB, Kertoe.
Masses: 7, 8. 0:30. 11.
Vsspers and Benediction. 4.
ilnr.v'?. Ijurtenre St, (Amsterdam Ave.
1 178th St.).-S. 0:30, 11 A. M. anil S
. Rov. CHARLES 11. ACKLEY. Rector.
sfHPIIKVS. (lotI) St.. nonr Hroadwny.
S RAGLE. Hector. SerHees, 8-11 I?*.
KIWCMED C'ttl'IMll TN AMCRICA.
uf itint n" /- iWt es/'t t irfh '/tttrtnent
Second Avenue and Seventh street.
ev. Edgar Franklin Roniig, Minister,
will preach.
11 A. M.?"A Revival of Prayer."
M.?"Empty, Swept and Carnlshed."
MARM.R COt.I.EOt ATK rnritrR,
rth Avenue and Twenty-ninth Street.
David J antes Rurrell, D. I)., Minister,
will preach.
. M.?Subject: "Look Out for Numbor
One."
M.?Dr. Daniel a. Pollncr will preach.
Subject: "Mothers of Men."
I.ROIATK CHlttC'II OF ST. NICHOLAS
fth A venae and Forty-eighth Street.
Malcolm James MacLeod, Minister.
MacLeod will preach at 11 A. M. and
B I\ M.
1:30 P. M.?Young" People's Meeting.
EST RND COfJfRGtATR CftCIM'K.
t Fad Ave. anil Seventy-seventh Street.
Henry Kvertson Cobb, D. D., Minister,
1 preach at 11 A. M. and t :f.O P. M.
P. M ?Special music. Selections from
Haydn's "The Creation."
7:30 P. M.?Voting People's Society,
nrt Washington Cnlleelnte t'tmrrti.
Wnahlnfton Arena* nnd IRInt Strfft.
All Sent* Fieo.
ct. Irvine H. b. P.. Minister.
Dr. Berg will preach, at 11 A. M.
nnd HI'. M.
I It.TON GRANGE, Convent Av. ft 14Mb.
HUH FREDRRICK MABON, Mlntater.
SERVICES 11 A. M. AND H P. M.
lARIlM, Trnat Avr. iinTuM Ht.
v. Edgar TIHon. Jr.. D. P., Mlnlrter.
will prrarh nt II A. M. ?n<1 8 P. M.
_ spiritvamsm.
fhattan RnuifCAL sci^Nflst
cHrncM,
Tlnrlrm Mnaonlo Temple,
th Street and Lenox Avenue.
Sunday. 11 A. M.; 8 nnd 8 P. M.
vices conducted hr Dr. Alexander Jnmee
ror-Tyudnll of Condon, England, who
provo that Blr Arthur Conan Doyle told
ruth.
r. Alevnnder .Inmm MelTor-Tyndall.
Dl?tlngul?h*d Scientist. Educator, I.ee
and Authority on Psychic Research.
Idcnt of International Psychical Science
nor. New Thought Fellowahlp, Author
Cosmic Consciousness." "Proofa of Imallty,'"
"The Dead Spenk" and many
fl?.
topic of the morning lecture will he:
"death'* mighty message."
I t\ Mc "Mow to Hft Buccossfitl In All
the Pursuits of Life."
monstratlons by the greatest Psyehlcs of
country.
. O. Proft, Pre*. Rev. John R. White, Bee.
s Flower Spiritualist Church Rttndays,
rsdsya, Thursdays, H P. M., Ornenlogloal
, L"jn Went. r.ftth.?Inspirational Address,
ne Healing and Message*. IIct. Mar
. niiipi). M. 1 'n si or.
MRS. ID'ORA O. TILLMAN,
ur problem* worked out by the science
umbers. Pharncter sketches furnished.
. ,i: ti ed., h p. m. nm ath st. at r.nth *t.
t'NTVWUBAMST.
EDibine -fraternity
utrsl Park West. Comer Tlth Street.
ferif pttRT nhwton. n. int., i?. u.i
nev. Hnt.rnk t lhii n, n. a.
Ministers.
1. MIWTON will nreneh nt 11 A. M.
MOION AND TfTK MOOfellN SftM?."
i.iiiti-vs rni itni in r.Mtisit not sh
Hnndsv Morning. II o'tlloih.
Rev, itelepe tllrlch. II. A., Pastor.
'pmtauias.
I'f.sl' SHJK I MIMtltV < HI RCH.
ev Charles Vrnncls Potter, Minister,
rl Hull. IP way at 117th Ml., II A. M.
"WILL Till'. NRW It KM ti ION
Nfkh \ l IICPI (ll.Y-P
' " ~Vk,I)a yflf"
i Ml roitllts\M)\. .1 tv. 7l?t AI.
Ilhaktl >og*" ur rtuliglon UsvOllCft,
3 P. M. All Wolooms.

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