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Completed for the German Opera Here Company of *200 Will (?ive Elaborate Program Early in Next Year. > Announcement was made yesterday by ' George Blumeiithal, general manager, of the arrangements for the German operatic organization which will give a | Wagnerian festival at the Manhattan 1 opera House next February, offering the largest direct importation of Teutonic | operatic talent since Conreid's regime at the Metropolitan. One of the features will be the first performance of the '"Nlebelungen King'' in fifteen years. None of the operas, which will be given In German will be cut, and in |h# case of "Die Meistersinger" and "Tristan and Isolde'' performances will be given at 6 P. M., after the German custom. The other operas will start at 7 o'clock. They will be presented by a Company of about two hundred, who will make a transcontinental tour which Will occupy about four months. The singers come under the auspices of Pas Deutsches Opernhaua of Charlot tepburg, the leading opera house in Ber lin, which was formerly the Uoyal Opera Mouse. They will be under the direction of Georg Hartmann, director of the Ber lin house. In order not to decimate his Berlin company and to allow them ty continue with their repertoire, the A>m pany, which will probably be called the Berlin Opera Company while here, has been recruited with singers and musi cians loaned by opera companies tn Munich, Hamburg, Cologne, Berlin and Bre.slau. They arc all coming with tlie permission of the German Government. Some of the leading artists are Ottilia Metzger, contralto, who lias sung here before; Vera Schwartz, soprano, wno auececded Jeritz in Vienna, and FVita Vogelstrom, a tenor from Dresden. Prac tically a double company Js curried to allow for an arduous program of mat inees. There is also a double orchestra of brass instrumentalists to alternate at afternoon and evening performances with the difficult Wagnerian score. Das Peutsches Opernhaus is permitting the Use of its scenery and properties for the ! "Ring" intact in New York, deferring Kb own production of that cycle from January to March to allow for the per- j formances here. The company will open in Baltimore on January 29. and divide the following week between that city, where they will give five performances, and Washington, where they will give three performances. After a week in Philadelphia and two weeks in New York they will go West. DINNER FOR FRED STONE. The dinner at the National Vaude villa Artists' Club to-morrow evening ! for Fred Stone, newly elected president of that organization, promises to be a llghtrome occasion. Because of the club's membership, preference is being givei. to applications from the vaude-1 viUe artists. j r~ n j Notes of the Stage | The English and Scotch rights to "Kempy" have born disposed of by Richard G. Ilern don, but the present cast will keep right on talking Amerieanese at the Belmont Tlitater. "That Day" and "A Clean Town," which ?were vigorously rumored to be on their way to fho Belmont, will be put in circulation by Other playhouses. The terrible tangle over the Ameriran rights to Florence Heed now seems nettled Cherlps Dillingham announces that he has engaged Mlaa Re?d for a play, which he Is now hating fitted to her Meanwhile, he baa allowed A. H. Woods to present' her In "East of Sues"?which ought to satisfy every ane. "Spire of 102'.'," at the Whiter Harden and Martorle Ttanibeau In "The Goldfish" at the CI uhert Theater, will both disappear over ill. horizon on tour after to-night. Tan detectives of the William J. Burns staff will attend the matineo to-day of ? Whispering Wires" at the Forty-ninth Street Theater, as the guests of Henry Bever age . author of the story front which th? myatery play was concocted. Harry Kelly was engaged yesterday by the Shuberts to put Ills well trained New England accent to work in "Springtime .of Youth." Max and Morltz, trained chimpanzees of the Continental stage, who know how to eat at a table, are coming here aboard the < iporge Waahlngton, under eontraet to J. J. Shuhert. who Intends to present them In a musical show rather than as an example of manners to Broadway. "What's In a Name?" seems to he answered by '"East Side?West Side," which Is said to Have boomed at the Nora Bayes stnrp it changed Its name and address and shook off the spell of "Manhattan." Unable to obtain his passport In tlinc to reach Berlin before Frank Relrher left Gla dly, Jacob Ben-Ami has relinquished Ills trip to Germany to see "The Mysterious Tales of Hoffmann." In which the Selwyns ?will let him roam In November. 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Kstahlmhed r-0 Yrar* BALLARD secretarial course Reglatrr now for I nil t lar?. ^PHOni <>'?? ?I "??,! at. trill ml Hmnrh 1 W. C. A GARDNER SCHOOL for GIRLS II Knot Slat St.. N. Y. CHf. Hoarding. Day. Primary to Poet-Graduate. Secretarial. twth yr. begins Oct. 3d. 1022 PRATT dCHOOIr, 02 West 4Sth Street. Secretarial training; Individual Inetructlon. Regleter now. Stu dents under sixteen not adialtted. V ? V L ATLANTIC CITY'S QUEEN OF BEAUTY IS 'MISS COLUMBUS' Miss Mary Campbell of Ohio Capital Chosen as Pret tiest Girl in America?Candidates, in One Piece Suits, Parade on the Beach. ptcial Otspitih to Thb New York Ubruj.. I to-<lay. Tanned, athletic girls. bare iTLANYtc City N. J., Sept. 8.?"Miss ! of knee and shapely of rtguie, the 1 American beauties paraded the beach Columbus" (Mary Katherinc Campbell of Columous, Ohio) is the Itiost beauti ful bathing girl in America. Judges composed of some of the most prominent-artists and illustrators in the country so decided on the Million Dol lar J?ier at midnight, after first award ing nine prises to beautiful girls who participated in the bathers' revue to day. "Miss Columbus" was one of the nine winners, and was thus able to compete for the grand prise, the 85,000 golden mermaid, held by ''Miss Amer ica" (Margaret Gorman) since last year. Mtss Gorman loses her crown and Miss Campbell becomes "Miss America," at least for a year. The verdict was not popular, judging by the faint applause which greeted the announcement and the thundefous ova tion given Miss Gorman when she ap peared on the stage. The prize winners In the bathers' revue were "Miss Columbus," Mary Katherine Cainpbell, first; "Miss Nashville." Hue with hundreds of men and women In every variety of bathing costume. They jazzed up the show to-day when they put it into sea dress and. with his escort of beauty leading him to water's edge, "King Neptune" (Hudson Maxim) returned to the waves. Beach censors, who have their troubles most uf the season, were ruled off the sands. Twelve hundred bathing suits were in the lane. The professional beauties led--girls of the stage and chorus. Then came the amateur beauties, scores of maidens who hope to grow up ir.to prize winners, and then the intercity girls from the West and Nor h and oputh, who are In the con test for the title of "Miss America," the nation's most beautiful girl. The twenty bands were clad In bath ing suits. The policemen wore blue suits and caps. The firemen red ones. In another division were scores of mothers with their children, all in bath ing suits, and nealy all were attired in one piece suits. City officials, in cluding Mayor Bader, the clowns, e)d Burton, second; "Miss New York," Miss roe?, "King Neptune" and the "queens" Dorothy Hughes, third. Professional Models?Dorothy Knapp, New York, first: Pauline Dakla, second; thdney Nelson, third. 'Amateurs?Gladys Greenmayer, Phila delphia. first; Mary Elizabeth Edwards, Vincland, N. J., second ; Estella Marks, third. There were some of the old fashioned two piece bathing suits, but mostly they were one piece?Just one little piece? when the beauty show took to the sands of the carnival, all were in thoir varied coloied one piece suits. "Miss Indianapolis," winner of the preliminary first prize in the beauty contest, wore a brown Jersey suit with no shoes or stocking*;. "Miss Los Angeles" was also in brown with brown shoes and stockings. After parading the beach and around the Steel Pier the bathing girls passed in review before the judges. The car nival ended to-night In water sports. MISS DAY, FIRST OF BABY VAMPIRES WEDS Actress Becomes Bride of Paul Le B. Whitney. Juliette Day, the first of the "baby vampires" of the stage, was married yesterday in the chapel of the Munlci ' pay Building to Paul Le Broeque Whlt ? ney, vice-president of the Whitney Du j plicate Check Company. The ceremony was performed by Deputy City Clerk James J. McCormick. The actress is j twenty-eight and lives at 160 West I Seventy-second street. Mr. Whitney is ! twenty-six and gave his address as the Army and Navy Club. lie was born in Cambridge. Mass., a son of Linwood G. Whitney. This is his first marriage. Miss Day was born in Boston, the daughter of Jeremiah J. Day. On Sep tember 1 she was divorced from Quen tin Frederick Haig in Chicago. News of the marriage came as a j surprise to fellow members of the com pany playing "Her Temporary Hus band" at the Fratsee Theater. Miss Day had appeared in the leading feminine role of this comedy early this year, but left just before the New York opening, I her part being taken by Miss Ann Andrews. It was understood that she | left in order to be married, j As a child In a Boston school Miss Day's fancy dancing attracted the no tice of Miss Madge Leasing, who gave her a child role in "Little Rod Hiding Hood." Her performance in this brought ? an offer from the Castle Square Stock I Company. Wintltrop Antes, who had ! been director of the organization, re membered Miss Day later and gave her the role of the Unborn Child in his pro duction of "The Blue Bird" at the New Theater. Next came the part of Modesty in I "Everywoman," "The Yellow Jacket," ! Twin Beds," "Chin Chin." "Upstairs and Down." in which she made a pro j nounced hit. It was virtually the first ' of the modern flapper characterizations. ' Following this came appearances in I "Oh, My Dear," "The Riviera Girl," "I'll Say She Does" and "Scrambled Wives." THEATER AIDING THE ANTI-DRY MOVEMENT Benefit Performance la Ar ranged for October I. The Associatii n Against the Prohibi tion Amendment is to receive organized assistance from the theatrical profession with a performance at the Apollo Thea ter on Sunday evening, October 1. In support of the association's work a committee has been formed with Pan lei Frohman as chairman. Among the mem-: bcrs are Lionel AtwllL Irving Berlin, It. H. Burnside, George M. Cohan, P. Ray Comstock, John Drew. John Emerson, Harrison Grey Flske, Sam Forrest, Mor ris Geet. Samuel Goldwyn, Sam Gum pertz, Sam Harris, William Harris, Jr.; De Wolf Hopper, Arthur Hopkins, Mar< Klaw, Howard Kyle, Elisabeth Marbury John McBride, Sam A. Scribner, Edgar Selwyn, Sime Silverman, Augustus Thomas, Walter Vincent and Edgar Al lan Woolf, with Grant Allen as execu tive secretary. Several stars have al ready volunteered to appear. WRITERS WESTWARD IN FORCE To Sttnly Wild West Skews and Prohibition Enforcement. A party of authors, poets, humorists, editors, critics, novelists, Journalists, publishers and illustrators 1 earns New York to-day for the Pacific coast to study Wild West shows, roundups, pro hibition enforcement and pther native customs. The authors, poets, Ac., according to tlicir press notice, are Wallace Irwin, Charles Hanson Towne, Dr. Walter E. Traprock, Ruth Hale, Walter Trumbull, Hubbard Hutchinson, George Palmer Putman and John Held, Jr. In Oregon they will be Joined by Frederick O'Brien. SMINOKP li. C. A. MANAGER. Edward J. Naily, president of the Radio Corporation of America, an nounced last night that David Sarnoff had been elected vice-president and gen eral manager of the corporation. Mr. Sarnoff is *1 yeara old and has been with the concern since its organiza tion. William Brown has been elected vice-president and general attorney. 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PAUL WHITEM All (Himself) snd his orchestra For Dinner af 6:30 and after Theatre. Stratford House n-ll 13 Kast Thirty-.econd In the liemrt of Now York rhonr Mndl.on Sq. 4H40 All the reflnofn.nts, convenience* nnd nppolt.tmentn only found In N?vr York's Hlglient Typo Hotel*. Offer* ilir, following Attractlvn Newly Furnished and Decorated Apartment. : t Koom t Rath, from (2.1 wk. 3 Boom 8ulte?, t Rath, from S3A wk. single and Doable Room, and Rath, from 117 weekly. Dally from St.00 tK -.O and MOO. Re.t?urnnt Servlco A In I arte t Table d'Hote. Famous Goldfish Room. IIOTF.L RKTHRRUXD 5th Ave. at 5#th 81. HOTEL LUCERNE, 201 West 79th Ht. HOTEL WLULLED, 7<U> St A Wast End A*, i HOTEL SOMERSET 150 West 47th Street Very Attractive Suites All Outsida Rooms, $35.00 and $42.00 Weekly TOPIGS FOR SUNDAY IN CITY CHURCHES Nine Pastors Return From Va cations Abroad and in Country. DR. REISNER IN PULPIT Back From Germany Where He Saw President Ebert. With the approach of autumn and the promise of cooler weather, the churches i of the city are returning to their rcg- j ular schedules. A few of the pastors resumed full time the first week in September, but many more start l#te busy season to-morrow and by the end of the_ month all of the denomination's . will be well launched in their winter services. Most, of the pastors chose the country , and seclusion for their vacations. Some sought relief from their duties In the woods of the Far North, while un un gual number made tours of Europe and the Holy hand, leaving their pulpits to assistants or visiting clergymen. Dr. Christian F. Reisner. pastor of the Chelsea Methodist Episcopal Church, 17Sth street, Wept of Broadway, re turned from extensive travels in Europe j Friday. He has had talks with Presi dent Ebert of Cermany, the Prime Min ister of Austria and the ruler of Hun gary. Dr. Reisner will tell of these con ferences and Interviews and about inter esting and significant things concerning AMUSEMENTS. AMERICA'S FOB KMC WINTER GARDEN LAST 2 TIMES SPICE 1922 VALlShA NCKA'rr, NAN HAI.PKKIN. CiKORGIQ PRICE, and Superlative Cast. Marine Fllin?'?mh St.nr.Bwy .Kvs.8:30 lviaxme union sMt, todav & wed.2:3o "First high prude play of season." **\ The Old Soak ' HERE) By DON MARQUIS PI YMOIITW Wert 48. Eves. 8:30. rL' IVIUU I M Mts. Today ? Thur fiiSSwy MTS.'iOE mnoNAK^ list St., W. of B'way. Bry. 1564. Eves. 8:30. MTS. l ODAY A WED.2:35. -HlJk'Ss 44TH ST. THEA. tv'**! T-,-wna,ly I'way 2 30-8 30. A SENSATIONAL TRIUMPH II! \ , _ rarltii! to thoI>o?ir*af KwryPcrfornnnrB. "THE WORLD IS MINE" ?BftOT?8SWB?Win ZIEGFELD tOLUli GREENWICH I V?h" ~ Opening Monday Night 8:15 'A FANTASTIC FRICASSEE' A NI'ARKMNG KKVl'F. REAL SCOTCH AT u| lU/3'bea., 45 St.. W. of IT*h. THlB""?Kvea. 8:30. MAT TODAY | MAO HON AI II WATNON In hi* com <"!>? of Scottish Character*. HUNKY DORY 'Munkv Worj* rspllintM. ?N. Y. T!mes. 'Ila* the Indefinable quality of iblc nil cliarm which even Barrio ha* been unable to |iln to paper with a phr?*?. is >. Herald. Highly amusing throtighort?? ter.v funny and clean. ?N Y.World. Mmdoniilil Wut*<>n play* with a afit freshnegg of personality that le delightful.""- N. Y. Tribune, "laughter almost constant all through the netting. Deserve* a long and prosperous career." ?K v*. Post. "Fvesl , clean and wholesome as a lieatner-secnten hrceve." ?Kve. Telegram. I VmiU West 4.'.Hi St. Evgc at 8 10. L1UCUIVI Mart. TODAY * f luir*., 2 30 'SI ORI S TRCMRNDOVM.T, MISS ST Alt It A3 III H IIKST."- American. DAVID BEDA8CO_Presents "SHORE FRANCES STARR IN LEAVE' HUDSON wivHv rvrsaw MAT1NKR TODAY GEORGE M. COHAN BELASCO MX^VtV^v Mui* TO-DAY a Thtir*., J 30. "AIISH t i lt It OIIIMIIS AI I. KXPKC TA tions Kvr.N mi: niLokar"Tlmes DAVID HKbAMOO i'i LenoreuLRICasKIKI FRAZEE W,,,t 42,1 Ht- l,ve|tf,,M 8:30. ? Mats. Today A wed.. 2:3f). "Vou will enjoy this farce."?Alan Dale. WILLIAM COURTENAYin 'Her Temporary Husband* "fhTult^/ conditions in Europe at services to morrow at u oo A- M and 8:00 P. M. The Rev. John McNeill, Scotch evan- . gelist and pastor of the Fort Waaliing- ! ton Presbyterian Church has returned | from a two months" vacation In Scot- I land among the scenes of his childhood and early ministry. Mount Morris Baptist Church will open its regular services to-morrow and ip augurate the work of the new minister the Rev. If. U. Weston Smith, formerly of the First Baptist Church cf Green ville, Pa. Dr. Grnftlln at V. M. C. A. "The Silver Lining To The Industrial Cloud" will be the subject to-morrow afternoon at the Men's Meeting, at the West Side V. M. C. A., at 4 o'clock. Dr. Samuel \^. Grafflin, who partici pated in the recent Industrial Confer ence at Silver Bay, on Lake George will speak. J. E. Loose of Baltimore, Md., will speak. O. C. Van Campen will be the speaker at the Twenty-third Street Y. M. C. A. at 5 P. M. I>r. (i. Emonel Carter will speak at the 135th Street Y. M. C. A. Sunday at 4 P. M. on "The Five Inabilities of God." "Who Shall Be First?" and "Perplex ities Ohurchgoing Will Solv<x" will bo the morning and evening subjects to morrow of Dr. S. Edward Young, who has returned from his summer home, "Savage Den" on the I^ake of Bays, northern Ont&rio, Canada. "Help The Summer Brought." will be the subject at the Congregational Mid-Week Gath ering Wednesday evening. Organist Braham and choir will render the music at the Sunday services, the evening ser vices being resumed to-morrow evening. The Rev. Mr. Cutler will preach both morning and evening at the Calvary Parish House, 104 East Twenty-second street. At 11. A. M. his subject will be "'The Holy Spirit and a Church Con vention." In the evening lie will preach on "Religion and Psychology. 1. I tow Habit Helps." The rector will preach in Stockbrldgo, Mass., to-morrow, and expects to return to Calvary late that night to stay in the city until he sails with his family for Rome on Thursday or. the Italian steamer Conte Rosso. 4 ornerstone Laying; Saturday. Ceremonies in connection with laying the cornerstone of the New German AMUSEMENTS. 'ST THEATRICS and hits, direction of r AClUn 39th & irwav. Eves. 8:15. ^ * Mats. Today & Wed. 2:13. MIISICH, f>o\fU.*?v ?i*;NS ATION SALLY IRENE"? MARY With EDDIE iMtWLINli and a Great Caat ^HIIRFRT -<*th,W.o?B'y. Eves.8:30! I.ast2 oriUOL.ni Last Mat. Today 2'30. |Times. *% VI \KJOItlK | In the Comcdv ("lassie KAMBEAU I TheCOLDFISH APOLLO West 12d St. ? iN A biU Eve?. !?! K 30 MU.TODA\ h Wed. 2:30 TImmCY DAFFY DHL TIMES SQ IV.43 8t.Kv.8-.30. M t?. Today AThn / h* Ouen.tx of XfusicalComnrfics glfliTCE> KKLWVM THEATHE. W. 42d St. Kvoh. $2.50. Mats. To-day & Wed. $2. BARNEY BERNARD and ALEXANDER CARR in a new Comedy, "PARTNERS AOAIN." Comedy ,W41St.Ury.5194.E\ 8 30.Mt.Today comedy I WILL IF YOU WILL I VD IP1 THEATRE Twice Daily Li I IxlLeW. 42d St. 2:30.8:30 The Biggest Motion Picture Sensation of the New Season WILLIAM FOX prcaonta Story by "Mr. X" An ther Terrific, Smashini; Hit! f you liked MJames Forbes' m h "The Famous m m Mrs. Fair" JL m Go to see His Newest Play About Women ? for Women THE EndlessChain ??with? Margaret Lawrence "The be?t work of her ?nreer." ? II'nrM. "The moat doll eh I f ol talent the American theater haa prode red In j oars." ?tlerald. MATINEE TODAY 2.30 ?m?' COHAN . __ -13d K?ea. 3:30: Mata. Wed. and Sat. 2:30. IP fl P T West 43th St. Eves, nt 3:1 |W u " 1 Mat! TODAY A Wed. 2:30. ACE EDDINtiF.lt-MARY NAsn 295 Times A Snre-FIre Hit."?I'.v. Son. " MUSIC B0Xn|I)XV '? .r Times lllam Collier, Klorrnea I Moore, Joe Santley, lv> Sawyer,' Etheltnd Terry, Solly Ward and many other* (flatted l>y Haatard Short CI QBE P0P MAT. TO-DAY ?1 edqCEORCE WHITES?, 133 SCANDALS m MULWHITlMAIi^toi I . BAJS COUKIIOM Of NEW BEAUTIES] Puberty I |The Smoalilng Mnsleal Co-neil| TJlotti/IJatti/ii/ '^CINGHAHCIRLEiffS Seventh Day Adventist Church build ing, 330 East 106th etreet, will be held Saturday. W. A. Splcer, president of tlio general conference of Seventh Day Adventiets, will make the principal ad dress, and J. H. Schilling of the Ger man Union Conference of the Seventh Day Adventiets, Berlin, will make brief addreaa. The church building will cost $60,000. "How to Make Our Dreams Come True" is the subject of the Rev. II. V. Morgan at the Church of the Healing Christ to-morrow at 11 o'clock. Commencing Monday F. I* Rawson of London will give a course of free lec tures at the Hotel Astor every day ex cept Saturday at 13 o'clock noon. Other lectures will bo given at 8 o'clock (P. M. at 15 Cast Fortieth street, includ ing Saturday. His first class of instruc tion will start on Monday, September 18. Mr. Kawson is plannfng to spend two weeks here. Any one desiring to con sult him can call at his room at the Hotel Astor. The Rev. Dr. Frank M. Goodchlld has returned from his vacation and will be in his pulpit at both services to-morrow at the Central Baptist Church, Amster dam avenue and Ninety-second Btreet. Morning subject Is "Facing One's Work," and Ir. the evening, "Can Christ's Death Save Us?" Services at Dr. Work's Church. Services will be resumed In the Fourth Presbyterian Church. West End avenue and Ninety-first street, Dr. Edgar Whltaker Work, pastor, to-morrow morning at 11 o'clock with Dr. W. H. Griffith-Thomas preaching. Dr. Grif fith Is from Philadelphia. The Sunday school at 9:45. At the Temple, 120th street and Lenox avenue, Carlyle B. Haynes, who has re turned from preaching in Maine and Vermont, will lecture to-morrow night on the subject "The Nation of Israel? Is It Now the chosen Nation of God or a Rejected Nation? Has God Great Future Blessings for the Jews?" To-morrow afternoon at S o'clock Agnes M. Lawson will address the Unity Society of Practical Christianity at the Fl.sk Building. 250 West Fifty seventh street, on the subject "The Wedding Garment." In the evening at AMUSEMENTS. T.EE & J. J. SHUfcERT.' ~ VUMt* TaVsw*) PLAYHOUSE W48M26aBM#i mW RRDiFlHIIR^T t'hoa., w. 44m .si. Kv. Dnunununoi . :UI t?,i-.ua- thup K:30..\!tH.Tod?y3c Tbur. MATINEE TO-DAY l-i10. with MAOLYN ARHI f'KI.K Even. 8:30. Mts.TodayAW'ed 1 ..or thiCKENmL THE MOf With Edwin Nloander and Benty Oarpen. If You LiPe Pcozles, 3Z3 48th ST 'r,1KA ? Kaat nf H ??y. Eva. 8:30 MAT. TO-DAY. 2:30. ?SCREAMINGLY FUNNY."?Eve. Foal. iH?T0RCH BEARERS Move* t? Uimvriillt riiea. Next Mon th Month?Last 2 Times RIJQU4A'b' B'y- Kvi8:30 DIJUU m TO-DAY T H E Bv Mllpp with Chas Cherry DoverRoad REPUBLIC w-?'lst Evos. at 8:30 ntrUDLIt Man TO-DAY A Wed. 3:30. ANNE NICHOLS- LAUGHING SUCCESS Abies Irish Rose LITTLE Eves. at?:30. LI I ILL Mta. TO-DAY * W?d.2:30. Tempest | jNAflONAL PARAMOUNT TEXl I \f Mel ford Production " "BURNING SANDS." Rl B-WAY AT Paramount Ptoture 4f>TH ST. Rivoll Concert Orchestra. ??fiYfrt/body's (Soma to the Riallo .Vote." Beginning Tomorrow?WALLACE HKID In "THE GHOST IIKKAKKK." >|A| TO MARION DAVIKS I*?"? ? vln "The Young Diana I TIMES A I aramount Picturo ftQtTAltVS FammjM Rlaltn Onh^tuA. "BURNING SANDS" CRITERION Uw" * ",h 8' ONE WEEK ONLY Continuous Neon to II F. M. OWEN MOORE IN LOVE IS AN AWFUL THING Belter than "'Reported Missing." Cast Includes Marjorle Dew and Katharine Ferry. PAPITOL B'way at IRENE CASTLB Fashion Promenade. IRENE CASTLE In SLIM SHOULDERS. Blet St. Capitol Grand Oreheatre BETTER TIMES --VYHOTV 1ISUM1 MM We^aywy P LAZA DOROTHY PHILLIPS JkMihst. ?? "Hurrictne'i Gsl." TOMW: W*lla<* ttrld In "Th?? Dictator.'1 ja MARK H StkANH ^B-y A 47 St. HAROLD LLOYD In "Grandma'a Bey." Strand Symphony Orch. I Spednl Morning Ferformanen Te-day. II A.M. COLUMBIA n'w*y * 4"'h- Burlasnue. Pea. ?" Price*. Twice Dally 3 IS, 3 :15 KEEP SMILING _ THE IIINNt PIATS . >urf oMI Peel MetMaa MARDI GRAS CONEY ISLAND SEPT. II TO 17. An advertteement In the Lost and Found columns of THE NEW YORK HERALD offers a real possibility of recovering your lost property. I she will apeak on "Handling Our Problems." / The Hev. Henry Alford Porter, D. D., will ocoupy the pulpit in the Park Ave nue Baptist Church, Park avenue and Kas' Sixty-fourth street, to-morrow morning at 11. Bible class at 0:45. Dean Bobbins to Preach. The preachers in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine to-morrow will be the Kev. George William Douglas, p. p., at 11 and the Very Rev. Howard O. Robb.ns, P. P., dean of the oathedral. at 4 The Rev. Ralph W. Sockman. Ph. D,, pastor of the Madison Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, has returned from a vacation in Europe and will be in his pulpit Sunday morning. Dr. Watson, minister of the Second Presbyterian Church, Ninety -sixth stree? and Central Park West, has re turned from his vacation and will preach Sunday morning on "The Moun tain of the Lord." Grace Methodist Episcopal Church, Weat 104th street, will resume Us usual full activities to-morrow, when the paster, the Rev, F. B. Harris, will oc ? 1 - ?1 ^ 111 oup> the pulpit beth the morning and evenirg. Miss Grace Wheeler Duncan, contralto, will sing at both services with a special musical program. At the Collegiate Church of tit. Nicho las, Fifth avenue and West Fqrt.\ - eighth street, Dr. Charles R. Brown, dean of the Vale Divinity School, will speak on "The Way Up," at 11 o'clock to-morrow morning and in the evening at 8 o'clock his topic will be "The Power of Atonement." The organ recital, under direction of Arthur De pew, will start at 7:3ft o'clock. Tho Rev. Norman A. McMurray will preat h at 11 o'clock to-morrow morn ing at the Collegiate Church, West End avenue and Seventy-seventh street. A full choir will be In attendance, with Henry Hall Duncklee at the organ Dr John Roach Straton, pastor of t a I vary Baptist Church, 123 West Fiftv-aeventh street, has returned from an extensive summer trip, during which, he delivered several college com mencement addresses and spoke before Biole conferences. He will resume work at his own church to-morrow night, preaohing on "Will the New Infidelity Capture tho Christian Churches?" Heligtousi Noticed ABTEffl'IST. Seventh-Day Adventlst Temple 120th Street and Lenox Avenue. Carlyle It. liaynea, Pastor. To-day: Sabbath School, 9:30; Service, II. Sunday Night: "The Nation of Israel?Is It Now the Chosen Nation of God, or a Rejected Nation? Has God Great Future Blessings for the Jews?" BAPTIST. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Went 57th St., het. 5th and 7th Aw. Rev. JOHN ROACH STRATON, D.D., Pastor | 10:.i'0?Subject: "The Victories of Faith.' 10:00?Sunday School ? Adult Ribla Classes. 7:0O?Christian Endeavor Society Meeting. I 8:00?Subject: "Will the New Infidelity Capture the Chriatian Churches?" MUSIC BY QUARTET. All Boats Free. Wo have no rented pewg. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH, H. K. ('or. HSd St. and Amsterdam Ave. Frank M. Goodchild, D. D? PaGtor. j THE PASTOR WILT. PREACH: 11?"Facing One'? Work." 8-?"Can Guilt's Death jSave_U??' MT. MORRIS BAPTIST CHURCH 5th Aveuue, Between 126th and 127th Streets. INAUGURAL. SERMON OF OUR NEW MINISTER, REV. H. G. WESTON SMITH II A. Me?"The Great Partnership." 8 P. M.?"The Divinity ?f You." Park Ayenue Baptist Church (Formerly Fifth Avenqo Baptist). Parli Avenue and East Sixty-fourth Street. Rov. Cornelius Woelfkin, D. L>.. Minister. REV. HENRY ALFORIi DORTER. D. D., of Atlanta, (ia., preaches at It A. M. Bible Clans for Men and Women, 0:45 A. M. FIRST BAPTIST (Urnflli Broadway and 70th Street. TASTOU I. M. HAI.DEMAN, 1). I>. Preaching 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. by REV. DONA I J) DUNCAN MONRO. D. D. Men's Itlhle Class, 10 A. M. All Invited. I HORACE I.. DAY, Teacher. Madison Avenue Baptist Church Madison A*., at 31st 8t. George Caleb Moor, D. D., Minister,] WILL. PREACH THIS SUNDAY at It A. M. and 8 P. M. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. C. S. Torture on "Rubstanoo" A "Telepathy." Wonderful testimonies of healing! Hotel | Aster, Sunday, 11 A. M. sharp. Dr. Tomktne, O. H., Mrs. Eddy's Confidant, Health Teacher, 14 K. .7?tli St.. N. Y. C. CONGREGATIONAL. ? | Broadway Tabernacle Church I Broadway and Fifty-tilth Street. I Bov. Cha?. B. lefferaon. D. p.. Poster. I Rev, Thomas Morgan. 11 and 8. I Wednesday, 8 P. M., Midweek Service. DIVINE SCIENCE. Church of the Healing Christ Rev. W. JOHN MURRAY. Pastor. WALDORF-ASTORIA. Eunday, Sept. 10, 11 A. M Speaker: Rev. HENRY VICTOR MORGAN. Subjpct: "How to Make Onr Dreams Come True." XI. In series "4th Dimensional Vistas." Healing Meetings on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at Noon. LUTHERAN. HOLY TRINITY. 65th St.. Central Park West?The Rev. Paul Rcherer, Pastor, II. Topic. "The Business of Life." METHODIST EPISCOPAL. "GRACE?WEST 104TH ST. FRKDIMIICK BROWN HARRIS, Minister. 11 A. M.?"The Land of the All Poaalble." 7?43 P. M.?"Spiritual I^nees." NATIONAL BIBLE INSTITUTE. The National Bible Institute 314 Weet 3*th Street, 4:15 P. M. Rev. Dr.W.H. Griffith Thomas "The Credentials of Christianity" NEW THOUGHT. UNITY Practical Christianity PIclr ITiiilrlino W' 57th St., Room Bit, i riSK HUliaing s. W. Corner Broadway. RICHARD LYNCH. President. Sunday, 3 P. M.. Address by AGNES M. LAWSON, Subject: "The Wed.ting Garment." 8 P. M . AGNES M. LAWSON. Subject: "Handling Our Problems." WEDNESDAY, I P. M.. OPEN HEALING MEETING, CONDUCTED BY MEMBERS OF THE UNITY HEALING MINISTRY. AUDIBLE HEALING TREATMENTS GIVEN. Mrs. LAWSON epeake Tuesday. 8:30 P. M. | Classes and Library Open Dally. Public Cordially Invited. j leagiTef^rtheTargertife 322 West 7td SI. Sunday, 11:1B?"The Greatest Discovery." Mrs. Mend Pratt Meeener. 8:15 P. M.?"All Is Yours." Mrs. Letltia A. Andrews, California. Pally Noonday Meetings. Self-Help Talks. 8:15 Men., Tues , Wed., Thurs., Rat., Lec tures, Mr. Wllllant Andrew Rahro. Sat., 8:15, League Psychology Club. Welcome. " ~ PAUL F. CASE. Hotel Actor, 11 A. M. Note change af time. Hublert: "The Balance of Power." OTHER SERVICER. T. L7TTAWSON Member of the Institution of Electrical En gineers and Associate Member of the Insti tution of civil Engineers. liONDON, ENG LAND, speaks next week on SCIENTIFIC RIGHT THINKING Free Lectures (At Hotel Astor, rimes Square. 12 o'clock, noon, dally except Saturday); Mon., Sept. II; Tuoe., Sept. 12: Wed., Sept. 13; Thurs., Sept. 14; Frl., Sept. lo. Other Lectures Room 100T-08, 15 B. 40th St.. 8 P. M. ): Mon., Sept. 11; Tues., Sept. 12: Wed.. . 18: Thure . Sept. 14; Frl., Sept. IB; Sept. 16; also Sat., Sept. 18. at 2 P. M . Rawson will start his first class of nt Rlon Monday. Sept. 18. For consultation Mr. ltawson's room at Hotsl Aator. ito Suggestion, Truth About It." K. LINDSAY. M. D.. Psychologist Frazee Theatre 42d St., W. of B'way. lay 8 P. M. Scats Free. Collecting. r Lectures Hotel Ansonia, Tnes Frl.. 8?r. M,< Pa.vcho Culture. LlMtisay. is " ear*' specialist In sugg' author of many books. Intense spenkc Bring friends. THE RESCUE SOCIETY. OLD CHINESE THEATRE. 5-7 DOYERS STREET. WIDE AWAKE OOdPEU iice NlsGtly 10 P.M. T. 3 Noonan. Supt. iaiowi OTHER SERVICES. ALL WELCOME Every SATURDAY Afternoon at 3:1*. ANITA CAROLYN nOUSK. Subject: How 40 Use Your Spiritual Bank Acoount. Scientific! Right Thinking and Heating. 463 .Mil Ave. i40th>. Knott Bldg., Room ' PRESBYTERIAN. FORT WASHINGTON Broadway at 114th Street. Rev. JOHN McNEILL, Paster, preaches at II A. M. and 8 P. M FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Fifth Avenue, Llth and Itth Streets. 4 llnv. George Aleggnder. I). P. Ministers < Ilov. Harry E. Foadlck. P. P I Rev. Thomas Guthrie Hpeere. B:45 A. M>-8unday Hohool. 11 00 A. M.-Mr. Speers. 8:00 P. M ? Lawn Hervtce (weather permitting), Mr. Speers. Midweek Service, Wednesday. 8 P. M. Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church Fifth Arenua and Ftfty-fUth Strael. Ministers * R#v- J0HN KELMAN. P. ?. Ministers ^ Rev jAMBa palmer. Ph. C. Rev. W. u. MAC LEOD, D. D. Edinburgh, Nostlshl, will preach at 11 A. M. and 4:30 P. M. 10, l.'ihle Class, Dr. Palmer. 4. Organ necttal by Harry Gilbert. BRICK CHURCH Fifth Atrenue and Thirty-Seventh Street. . 5 William Plereon Merrill. Ministers } Theodore Ainsworth Greene. REV. HUGH BLACUv. P. D.. will preach at 11. Noonday Service every weekday (except Saturday) at 11. BROADWAY FREKBYTF.HIAN CHURCH Broadway and 114th Street. Rev, Walter Punoan Hmliaaan, 1?. P.. Minister. Rev. R. H. MacCready, P- P-. will preach at 11 A. M. cni tDTU I'KKtiBYTKRIAN CHURCH, rOUK I n w'aet End Av. A ?l*t St. lh.,ar Whltaker Work. P. D., Pastor. 11 A. M.-Rev. W. H. Griffith-Thomas. V. P. flunriftv Sohool at P:45 A. M. ^ MADISON AVE. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Northeast Comer Seventy-third Street. Rev. Henry Hloane Coffin, D. D., Pastor. 11 A. M.-Dr. C.eorne Stewart. Jr. 8 P. M.?Dr. Stewart. ^ ?KeSt?nb r?H. A. EDWIN KEIOW1N. Pa,tot. It * 8?PR. CHARIJM L OOOOEU. , PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL. Cathedral of St. John the Divine Amsterdam Avenue and lltth Street. 8 A. M -The Holy Communion. 11 A. M.?Preacher, the REV, Gli.ORGL WILLIAM DOUGLAS, p. D., Honorary Canon of the Cathedral. 4 P.M.?Preacher, VERY REV. HOWARD O. ROBB1.NS, D. P.. Dean of tha Cathedral. Dally Service?7:30 A. M. (firtltttn~ *"?AD**T * Wall iTStlf I Z,t ? R?v. Cakb R. Stetson, 3.T.D. Cfthurrb Rgctor 71 SO. S(OO?HOLY COMMUNION. tlrOO-MOLY ro-i union laevMOM) a??w? sssmonp . Church of the Heavenly Rest, Fifth Avenue Abnva Ferty-fifth Street Itcv H. V. B. DARLINGTON, fleeter. Service*: 8 and II A. M. and 8 P. M The Rector will preach morning and evening. Stranger* Weloome. , St. Bartholomew's Church Park Aims, and Flfty-flrat Street. Rev. LE1C.HTON PARKS, p. p., Rector. 3:30 A. M.?Holy Communion. 11 no A. M.-Morning Prayer and Sermon. I Chanel). Preacher. Rev. Ezra F. Farrla. I' CHORCHnoFTFttTINCARNATION Madison Avenue nnd Thirty-fifth Street. Rev. It. Percy Sliver, D. D-. Reciei. 8 A M -Holy Communion. 11 A. M ? Morning Prayer. Sermon by tho Rev V.Parsons. CHRIST CHURCH S^Yl Rev. JOHN H. ATKINSON, Her tar. Holy Ootnmtinion at A. M. Morning Pruyer ami Sermon. II A. M The Rertof WH] Officiate. CHAPEL OF THF. INTERC ESSION Broadway and 13.1th Nt. Rev. M. H GATES, D. D , Vlcer. 8, Holy Communion. 11. Service and Sermon, a P. M., Choral Evensong and Sermen. CALVARY CHURCH fev. THEODORE SEDGWICK, D. P.. Rector and 11 A. M.? Services (Mr. Cutler). 3 P. M Subject. "Religion and Psychology. | ' G R A C B C H 1 R < H , Broadway nad Tenth Street. Sunder Services, 3-11 and 1. 11?Dr. Luheck. It-Mr. Graham 'CHURCH OF st: MARY THE VIRGIN. put West Fsrty-slith Street. Low Masses, 7:33, 0. Mleea Cantata s"? I Sermon (Dr. Delany). 10:41. Veapere, 4,_ I ST. IGNATIUS '-3 AS J'" Maeaea: 8. II. . ST. THIIMAh'S~CHT Rj~ it. Mh Ava. * CM si. Ret. ERNEST M. STIHK.H, I>. I>- Bertor. 3. It. Rev. Flojd s. l ea. It, Ph. P. CHURCH OF THE TRANSFIGURATION, IE," "nth St.?DR. HOlfGHTON. E"?or. Service ? 7^ 3. 10:80 and 3 P. M. REFORMED CHI'nCH IN AMERICA.?? ! MI1IPI.kToI.LEGI ATE ~CHURCW. Second Avenue nnd Seventh Mreel. ! Rev. Edge. Franklin Romlg MJnle sr. will preach at It A. M. and 8 1 .M. MARBLE COLLEGIATE rHLBU*. Firth Avenue and Twenty-ninth IWRljL ltev. David Jemee BurtsH. I>. P- Mlnwtee. Rav Oliver Ptu Barnhlll. U. win pr? * . 11 A M -"The Standing ProbUm of th? "M a p \f ?"Tfinptl? Nflt." COLLEGIATE CHUR<J? W Firth Avennr and "JJ*1'? Malcolm James MacLeod, MInliter. R Drown, O. B., Dun a? Yale School of Religion, will preach, lux M ?"The Way Up. . I j>'\|'_"Tlie Power of Atonement. 8 1 ' 7W* II ?Organ Recital by Arthur Depew. Mue Bar.. Ozford. WEST END COLLEGIATE CHURCH. 1t'?I? 1 n?l Avf. and Sfvf?ly-mfnth ?ir#rf. Uf?v ll^nry Bv?rt?on Cobb, T>. T\, MInl?t* . 11 A. M. Ilcv. Norman A. McMurray will ^.'WASHINGTON COLLEOMTEi CHURCH. Fort Washington Ave. nnd I8t?t St. All Seats Free. Rev Irving II. Berg. P. P., Minister i II A M -Rev. Robert W Searle will preach. " A- "Itcaten without a Fight." IIARI I'M ? III RCn. I.enov Av. and It.ld -t ltev l-'dgar Tllton, Jr., O- P- Mtntetei. >1 ! preach at It A M. No avw>lng_n^3i?^ SPIRITUALIST. "First spiritl ai ist chUrch CARNRGIK HAH . CHAMBER OF I INSI'llt \TIONAI. srEAKER. MRS. Ml K. WILLIAMS. subject?Life and Lahnr l" Sjlrll. I FLOWER NIGHT Bring your flower. Mwaage Nearer. tins. R. V KG KB MWS. J. WRIGHT. ? 1111. sll \ LR LINING TO "THF INDUSTRIAL CLOUD Samuel W. Orafflln.