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Lai MITE SULPHUR - FOLK EAT IN OPEN Society Takes Full Advantage or jjaimy August Like \vyenjlier. MANY LUNCH AT OASINO Guests at Hot Springs Motor Over Mountains to West Virgin! Itcsort. Sptclal Dispatch to Tn Sen. Whits Sulphur Bprinqs, V. Va., Oct 31. Open air luncheons and teas Woro enjoyed by the WHIto Sulphur colony y. Tho weather was llko that of an August day. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Russell and Mr. and Mrs. .Henry Sanderson, who 'arrived from New York thin morning1, were among those lunching at tho Casino, where Mrs, George Hurt of Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest G. Howes; Mr. and airs. Theron D. Strong, M. D. Gregory, Mrs. Richard Crump and many others entertained. James M. Martin, who ar- rived from New York, entertained Mr. and Mrs: Andrew Fletcher. Motoring hero from Hot Springs to spend the day and have luncheon at the Greenbrier wero Mr. and Mra Melville K. Ingalls and party, Mr. and Mm. Milan II. Goodwin and Mr. and Mrs. J. Hartley Melllck and a party Including Mrs. Pierre Jay of NJew York. Mrs. Stephen V, It. Crosby, Miss Katharine S. Crosby and Mlsa Eleanor Abbott of Boston. W. Barton French and W. Earlo Dodge, who motored here last evening, returned bp Hot Springs Mrs. Frank Brewster entertained a party nt luncheon at the Pinea. Mr. and Mrs. William De Forrest Manlco and Mr. and Mra E. Hayward Ferry were among those lunching at Kates Moun- tain Club. Mr. and Mrs. Gamble La-tro- motored to Old Sweet Springs and ,Mr. and Mrs. C. E.Pynchon to 'Lewls-.lur- g. Major George Oakley Totten, U.S. A., la here from Washington.' Mrs. Richard I Crump' has been joined here by Mrs. W. H. Fitzgerald of Rosedale, Miss. Mr. ind Mrs. Christopher, X. Smlthers of nicn Cove, Jj. I., arc at tho Greenbrier for soma weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Allen of New York, 5Tx and Mrs. ildward E. White of Glenwhlte, W. Va. ; Walter and rhlllp Geler and A. C. Elzner of Cincinnati and Hallpt Johnson of New York also arc nt the Greenbrier. Sir Jtobert and Lady Borden have .xtnrted for Ottawa,Ont.. and Mrs. John Harsen Rhoades and Mr Stephen H. Brown and Albert Morris Bagby for New York. Mrs. Robert Parrlsh went .to Covington, Va., taking Miss Virginia Wood to spend the week end wHh her. NAVAL DANCE AT NEWPORT. Casino Is Closed Until Next Snmmer. Special Despatch to Thh Sen. NewponT, tct. 31. Hallowe'en was celebrated at the naval station this eve-nln- g with a dance in the station armory given by the officers. It was the second In a series of dances arranged for this fall and early winter. Capt. and Mrs. E. H. Campbell were assisted In receiv- ing by Commander and Mrs. Edward H. H. Old and Lieut, and Mrs. Carl F. Frltch. There were several dinners given In the naval colony prlor-t- o the dance. . The Newport Casino closed for the season y. ' illsa Helen Tobln will go to New York on Monday. Mrs. Guy Normanhas left for Wash- ington. Mrs. John J. Wysong lias gone to New York. Mrs. Ernest Iselln Is at the Muench- - Inger King, having arrived from New York John Nicholas Brown is spending the week end with his mother at her homo here. Mr. and Mrs. Louts B. McCagg will go to Bar Harbor next week. Counters Szechenyi and her mother, Mrs. Vanderbllt, have gone to New York for a visit. DIED. BAKNttS. At New Xtoehells, N. Y., Octo- ber SO. 1S1I. Mary Stuart, wife of . Charlss William Barnes and daughter i of the late Henry A. Piper of Cam- bridge, Mill. Btrxices at her home, tl Plntard avenue, J New Bochella, N. T.. Saturday, at S p. m. BurlaJ at Forrest HU1 Cemotery, Boston, on Monday. BATES. On Wednesday, October 29. 1119, at Darlen, Conn., William H. 3.. be- loved husband of Maria May .Coatea. In tha nrtjr-nlnt- h yaar at hla ace. Tuners! services private. lotarmant Saturday OAVBT. On Thursday, Octobar 10, 1111, at har lata residence, 410 Putnam Ave-nu- Brooklyn, Elizabeth J., beloved wife of the' lata Joseph Edward and mother of Dearie N, Eva It and W. fl. 0vey. Sertleea Sunday, November 5, at I P. M. MANICE. Phebe Robertson, widow ot Ed ward A. Manlce, October to. at htr reeldence. runeral service at tha Church ot the Transfiguration, Twenty-nint- h street, between Fifth and Madlaon avenuee, Saturday morning, November 1, at 11:30 A. M. Omit flowers. .New Haven papers pleaaa copy. ROSALE3. ltamon, on October 30. Ser- vices \THE FUNERAL CHURCH\ (Campbell Bldg.), Broadway at Sixty-sixt- h street. Saturday, P. M. BNOWDEN, Stephen Locan, 31, of 40 East 'Sixty-secon- d street, suddenly of heart failure at Philadelphia, Thursday, Oc- tober SO. Interment at Macon, Qa. STEIN WAY. Charlea H, beloved husband of Marie A. Stelnway, nee Mertens, father ot Charlta F. Stelnway and Mrs. Dronson Batchelor, died October 30. Services \THE FUNERAL CHURCH\ (Campbell Bids;.), Broadway at Sixty-sixt- h street. Interment at the family mausoleum at Greenwood Cemetery, TSANO. YAU. On October 21. Services \THE FUNERAL CHURCH\ (Camp- bell BulldnE), Broadway at Slxtr-slxt- h street, Sunday, t P. M. WALLACE. On October SO, ll. at his home, Plalnfleld. N. J.. Frederlo W., beloved husband ot Grace Seccomb Wallace, In his ntty-ntt- h year. Services Saturday, November 1, at 2:15. Boston, Mass , and New Haven. Can, papers please copy. UNDKItTAKKRS. 1 jit Anu iiour, The nartlne honors NOTES OP THE SOCIAL WORLD. Miss Barbara Kerley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charles GUmore Kerley, will De married In St. Thomas'a Church at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon to Lieut Henry Arthur Hutchtns, U. S. N. A re- ception will follow at the Colony Club. Dr. and Mrs. Kerley gavo a dinner last evening' at their home, 10 East Eighty-fir- st street for the members of the bridal party. miss Isabella Alexander Murliana. a daughter of tho late Dr. SamusI MurU .land, will bo married to Charles Whitney Page of Hartford, Conn., this after noon at 4 o'clock In tho Fifth Avenuo Prosbytcrlan Church. A reception will follow at the home of tho bride s mother, 40 Bast Eighty-firs- t street. Tho marriage of Miss Llla IC Daniel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albort V. Wcbar, to Ehrlck B. Kllner will take place this Afternoon In the Central Pres byterlan Church. A reception will fol low In the Louis XVI. sulto of the St Regis. Miss Constance M. Alexander, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Alex- ander, will be married to Lieut Norman D. Coto; V. S. A., this evening In the Church of tho Incarnation. The will follow at tho Plaza. Miss Anna L. Street a daughter of William A. Street will be married to Herbert P. Townsend to-d- at the Hermitage, the country place of her father In Rumson, N. J. In St Mary's P. E. Church, Rockport, Mass., this morning at 12:30 o'clock. Miss Gwendolyn Frothlngham, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Richard Frothlngham of this city, will be married to Albert Mont' gomery Handy, also of New York. The wedding breakfast will follow at Chapln Cottage, Pigeon Cove, the summer home of the bride s family. The marriage of Miss Mary Archer Glass, daughter pf Secretary of the Treasury and Mrs. Carter Glass, to John G. Boatwrlght of Danville, Va., will take place to-d- In the Church of the Co- venant Washington, D. C. Miss Elisabeth McMlchael, niece of Mr. and Mrs. C- - Emory McMlchuel, will be married to Lieut. Stuart Benson Clark, U. S. N., y In Old St David's Church, Radnor, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. C. Ledyard Blair will give a small dinner danco on December 8 at their home, 2 East Seventieth street for Mrs. William Clark, Mrs. H. Rlvlngton Pyne, Mrs. Richard Van Nest Gambrlll and Mrs. Plerpont Morgan Hamilton, their daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Hamil- ton, who went to California shortly after their marriage In September, will return to New York about December 1. Mrs. Victor I. Cumnock will give an afternoon reception for her debutante niece. Miss Grace Helen Talbot, on De- cember 3, and a. small dance on Decem- - Mrs. William F. Sheehan gave a small luncheon xesterday at tho St Regis. Mr. and Mrs. Guernsey Curran of Farlands. Oyster Bay, are at the Plaza. Mrs. Thomas B. Yullle, 417 Park ave nue, will give a reception on the after noon of Christmas Day for her debutante daughter, Miss Burks Yullle. Mrs. Ed win Thorne will give a dance on Christ mas eve at the Colony Club for\ her daughter, M1sb Ann A. Thorne. Mrs. Harry, Harkness Flagler, 32 Park avenue, will give a reception on tho afternoon of November 28 to lntroduco her daughter, Miss Mary Harknesa Flag- ler. Mrs. Charles Vernon Allen, formerly of Moxlco City, gave a luncheon yoster- - day at the Park Avenuo Hotel. Among her guests, all of whom have lived in Mexico, Citv. were Mrs. Paul Hudson. Mrs. Vivian Harfcourt; Mrs. Carlton B. Allen. Mrs. James H. Washburn, Mrs. S. H. De Linn. Mrs. Robert Danby, Mrs. H. N. Brown, E. Shelby Hammond, Will iam Bryan. Harry Ruthorfurd. YWIIIam Burgess, J. P. Mallett, II. .M. llayraona and P. H, Mallett Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harold Hedden cave a dinner last evening at their home. 840 Park avenue, In celebration of Mr. Hedden's birthday. Their guests in cluded Mr. and Mrs. S. Carmen Harriot, 5JMr. and Mrs. Stephen. G. Thomas, Dr. .ura. victor I'reuuriciwfJii. ..irs. m.. A. de Rufo-Terr- y and Robert J. Thalr. 100,000 FOR T. R. MEMORIAL. Greater City to Go Over the Top In Membership Cnmpnlgu. One hundred thousand members of the Roosevelt Memorial Association In Greater New York was the estimate last night of thd\number that will have en rolled when the membership cumpalgn ends next week. The estimate Is based on the applications already received and on reports of chairmen of districts. Because of the pressure on national headquarters caused by the rush of ap- plications. It has been found difficult to tabulate membership lists to date. The figures for the boroughs, as accurately as they can be gauged, follow: Man- -' hattan, 60,000; Brooklyn, 25,000; Rich- mond, 3, E00; Queens. 2,000; The Bronx, 1,500; total. 82,000. OBITUAKY. sins. Axmiisw ii. wnrrniDGis. Sptclal Despatch to The Sex Baltimore, Oct, 31. Mrs. Andrew IL Whltrldge, daughter of former Postma- ster-General and Mrs. James A. Gary, died early this morning after an Illness of several weeks. Mra Whlt- rldge, who was the widow of Dr. An- drew H. Whltrtdge, had undergone two operations within the last ten days at the. Women's Hospital, from the effects of which she did not reebver. Mrs. Whltrldge was much Interested In humanitarian work1 and mudo many generous gifts to various causes. Be- sides her parents, she is survived by a brother and six sisters, one of whom, Mrs. Robert Taylor, lives In New York. CAI'T. JOHN WIJSLKY AYKll. Capt. John Wesley Ayer, 72, died yes- terday at Franklin, Conn. Ho served throughout the civil war as an officer In the Second Rhode Island Volunteers and was three times captured. He was held at various times as a prisoner In Llbby, Andersonvllle and Belle Isle prisons. Hla war record Included thlrty.one battles and skirmishes. He was a mem- ber of the O. A. It Post in Franklin. A son, Capt D. C. Ayer, Is serving In the Philippines as an officer of the Philippine Scouts. JOHN F. MOORK. John F. Moore, 64 years old, died at his home, 459 Thirteenth Btreet, Brooklyn, yesterday morning. For the paBt forty years ho had been clerk of the County Court In Brooklyn, and was a son of the late County Judge Alexander Moore. He was born In Brooklyn. He Is survived by hla wife, Mrs. Lottie G. Moore ; a roq. Jack N. Mooro;a daughter, Ruth aioore, anu a,orotner, josepn luooro, JOLl'.S DHVlU.Ln. Pahis, O't 31. Jules Davolle. mem. ter of the French Senate, and Minister of Foreign Affairs In 1893. died UNDERTAKERS. vau or memi . will be oald In a way SiWi 1& T I ' I J 17 1 ri r.' t mij nuTDno vrnr unntv Call \Columbus 8200\ A A A v T' - f. 1 long to be remembered when the arrange- ments are In the hands of Mr. Campbell. Cell \Columbus 8200\ Any Hour, Day or Night 1RANK E. CAMPBELL THE FUNERAL CHURCH (NOM ItCUSIAN I Brodaau t ri6St. 23 Street At 8 Avf flowers for all ooeaslons. Artlttlo Funeral Utilrai our Soa'eUM LAYMEN TO PREACH FROM PULPITS HERE Spcnkc'rs w to Urgo Episcopalians in Every Naino Campaigiii , . , HtOBLEMS TO BE BABED Duties in Solving After War Questions and Help for Fund to Bo Discussed. unique In religious effort has been arranged for when,-I- observance of \Laymen's Day\ In ever' parish and preaching station In the far spreading Episcopal diocese of New York, a layman will go Into tho pulpit and urge participation of the con- gregations In tho Kvery Name Cam- paign which Is being conducted In the dloceso as a part of the nationwide campalfrn of the church. Tho nationwide campaign Is a move - ment within the church to awaken the communicants to their dutlca and rupon- - Bibiutles in assisting In tho solution of tho problems which have grown out of the war, and to contribute from their means to the (62,000,000 fund which the recent general convention of the church authorized to carry out tho pro gressive Episcopal National programme. Into this movement, especially In the New York diocese, the laity have en- tered with an enthusiasm never before shown by them In purely religious work. Laymen s Day was originated no that In every meeting place of Episcopalians on Sunday the duty of the church In the new day, from tho standpoint of the laity of the average man will be pre- sented by laymen from the placo whero the clergy are accustomed to address the congregations. At the Cathedral of St. John the Di vine George Gordon Battle will preach the sermon. At the Church of the In carnation, Madison avenue and Thirty- - flfth street. Dr. William J. SchiclTclin will speak. At St. Mary's, Manhattan-vill- e. Everett P. Wheeler will speak at the morning service, and In the evening ho will speak again at Grace Church, Tenth street and Broadway. Judgo Frederick Kcnochan will speak In Christ Church, Sufrem, at tho 11 A. il. service, and at St. Mary's, Tuxedo, at 4 o'clock P. M.. while his father, J. Frederick ICernochan, senior warden of Grace Church, will speak nt tho morning ser vice at 'the Church of the Holy Apoatlo at Ninth avenue and TwentleUi street. At St. Matthew's Church, Llgnty- - fourth street, near Central Park West, rhnrle R. Huirhci Jr will sneak dur- - Ing tho morning sorvlce. T,7tiT v.r non M. Davis will sneak at St. Thomas's : Church In Fifth avenuo: Col. J. Franklin Supplee at St. Michael's, Amsterdam avenuo and Ninety-nint- h Htreet, at a f. M. ; John K. Uousmanlere nt Chulst Church. Pelhani Manor, and Alexander M. Ilndden. n nictryman of St. Thomas's. at Christ Church, Bronxvllle. OrTe especially Interesting feature will bo an address on the Every Namo Cam- paign In French, which will be delivered at tho Church of St. Esprit. Twenty-seven- th street and Fourth avenue, by Henri G. D. De Mell. In many of the cliuichca the lay speakers will be drawn from their own congregations. Concert for Jenlsh Iloapltnl. A concert for the building fund of Beth David hospital will be held at the Manhattan Opera llouso November 16. The artists who will appear are Ann Fltzlu, soprano of the Chicago Opera Company: Max Rosen, violinist; Leo Ornstein, pianist, and Mayer Kanewsky, Jewish lyric tenor. Tho campaign is for 1100,000 for a new hospital building. The Boys' Life of Theodore Roosevelt By HERMANN HAGEDORN 'Never was the story af how an ambitious .metican boy succeeded more picluretque- -' told. For Mr. Hagedorn poaieitet a oet's imsginslioo which grasps realities .ore completely than ii penible for mere ;ience. Hit preienlmrnt of Rooievelt, y and man, lives and moves and has its ?ing with all the force and appeal of e \Boston Evening Transcript. t l.r., ,vi deliijh'ed with it and the boy's father, taking up the volume, will limutlt rcac ing a lot of live htilory it he was beginning to fotgel.\ A. Y. Sun. Illustrated JM0 BillSewalFsStory of T. R. By WILLIAM WINGATE SEWALL. Witk n Introduction J Hermann Hafedom. \ll Scwall, the guide, wL was Colonel looievelt't friend for almost a si made, in his own way, a record of hit wonderful friendthm. This auiet. ample man from the Maine woods loots with a loving insight into the heart of this great American and tells about him in hit own homely way. nitrated. Post Ave. Half cloth. tl2S HARPER & BROTHERS Est. 1817. S Bookstore1 O A X&fMSH. rtltbUINAL GREETING CARDS. To inaure ample time for careful work it la necessary to place orders early. Horlick's the Original Malted Milk Avoid Imitations o Substituteu THE SUN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER '1 1919. SUNDAY SERMONS IN CITY CHURCHES Personal Topics Will Be t'scfl by rrcacliors jn Several Pulpits. CHURCH OF THE BELOVED East Klulity. ninth street Forty-sixt- h anniversary. The Rev. Dr. Henry M. Harbour, rector, Drenches In the morning. The church was built by the lato Miss Caro- line Talman In memory ot her parents. She also gave lariely to the building ot the par- ish house nnd left lnrge endowment fund. COL.LEOIATB CHURCH, West Endave-hu- e and Seventy-aocnt- h street The Rev. Htnry Erertson Cobb, D. D., will preach at both services, 11 A. M. and afternoon service. 4130 P, if, Tho choir will sing se- lections from the works of Frederick Stevenson. THEOSOPH1CAL aOCIETr. 121 WMt Firty-elBht- h street Sunday at 8:15, 'Karma In Practice.\ Hen6nl B. Qattoll. ANNA C. NOLLE. Hotel Imperial Be- ginning at 11 A. M. every Sun- day In November a special course of suc- cess lectures for business people. First subject, \How to Attract Success.\ MARDLE COLLEOIATE CHURCH, Fifth avenue at Twenty-nint- h street Dr. David James iiurren, u. u uu D.. will preach in the mornlne at 11 A. M. on \Do It Your self\ and at 8 P. M, on \Paul's Type- writer.\ TEMPLE BKTII-E- Fifth avenue at teremy-six- street services Bunasy at 11 1 ?'C,S5;. 11 ',,.?a1n,Mt1,.?chnlmfi? ,TJ\1 ST. PAUL'S M. K. CHUKCH, West End , SSf J 'u'VofSSSTt preach Yrthf Ins; on \Three Flights Up\ and In the eve. nine on \Flreslila Clillla.\ CALVARY METHODIRT. Seventh ave nuo ai izsm street At b i m, tno lion, Arthur Kuhn. a member ot the Peace Com- mission, will make an address on the \Fuk .Significance of the League of Notions.'' At tho morning service the Hon. Itobert u. uarey will occupy the pulpit. ., A. A. LINDSAY. Hotel Ansonla -- Tnougnt Potencies\ Is the subject of the lecture at S:13 and on Tuesday, same time and place, he speaks on \Laws of Attainment.\ NEW CHURCH (SWEDENUOIIOIAN), nast Thirty-fift- h street The Rev. Julian K. Smyth, pastor, will preach at 11 on \That Which Was Lost.' MRS. MARY CHAPIN. Hotel Commodore at ii a. M.t \sen Resource- ful Souls.\ RICHARD LYNCH, Hotel McAlpln In' tho Colonial Room, at S P. M., subject. \Victory Over Dondaen and Fall. ure.\ On Wednesdoy evening at tho samH nt K \I.'.. Bun,... . I BROADWAY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, corner 114th street The-R- cv. Dr. Walter Buchanan will preach at 11 A. M. on \Faith's Victory.\ and In the evening on \The Prodigal's Cli- max.\ FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, West End avenue at Ninety-firs- t street The Rev. Dr. Edgas. W. Work will preach t 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. At the evening service there will be held the flrstof a series of monthly Sunday evenings. \With tho Crcat Masters In Music.\ The first will be a Handel evening. DIVINE PATERNITY. Central Park at ppventy-lxt- h strfet The Rev. John R. Lowe, D. D of Boston, Mass., will preach nt 11 A. M. an appropriate sermon for All Souls Sunday. ' SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Central Park at Ninety-sixt- h street Dr. Robert Watson will preach nt 11 A. M. on \Iivalty.\ At 8 o'clock Prof. t\am Hlg- - glnbottom will speok. Mr. Hlnlnbottom J solving the missionary problem In n nl\w wa' 5' teaching agriculture. Ho Is ,n \e Alhrhabad Agricultural College In xndla. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHE- S- Th .\'oJect ft the lesson-sermo- n to-- i will be \Everlasting Punishment.\ Rain's but a \drop in thtfi bucket to the man whose winter overcoat's a rain-proof- ed \Scotch Mist\! Golf caps of \Scotch Mist\ fabrics are as good as they sound. Heavier underwear? Lots of it! Union suits a specialty. Everything men and boys wear. Also Sporting Goods and luggage. 'tieatsterei Trademark Rogers Peet Company Broadway Broadway t 13th St. \Four at 34th St Convenient Broadway Corners\ Fifth Ave. at Warren at 41st St. The High Cost of Books Can Be Avoided by renting netv popular fiction from WOMRATH'S CIRCULATING LIBRARY 2191 Hroadway (noar7Sth St.) 2514 Broadway (near 06th St.) 2702 Broadway (near 108th St.) JiV) Broadway (near 143d St.) 642 M Wilson Ave. (near SDth St.) 97G MadUon Ave. (near 70th St .) 21 West 45th St. 15E.2SthSt. Grand Central Terminal 2 Rector St. Arcadf Big Book Bargains They aro by popular authors and have own ued In our library. Good, clean con- dition. Callattoresirwritofor catalogue THE HARBOR ROAD By Sara' Ware Bassctt A story of homely folk on Capo Cod with humor and pathos and a dramatic lovo story At Alt Utokselfrs. flSO nit. The Pern Publishing Company I hlladelphin .P'ff APyrnrcyrcNr8. \Forty Marvelous Years,\ Bowery Mission, 227 Bowery The FORTIETH will be held 1 0 A ON FRIDAY, at 8 P;. M. HIS EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR SMITH has promised to be present V- - ' if his engagements permit. AN ADDRESS will be given by the RIGHT REV. CHARLES SUMNER BURCH, D.D., BISHOP OF NEW YORK. Special music will be provided by Hans Kronold, the famous Cellist, and Marie Stoddart, the, eminent soprano. YOU are invited. The Marvellous \Wayfarer' Madiion Sq. Dec. 15 lo Jan. Singers invited to unite with MON. JIVK., Sunday Campaign .Choir. ' Orace M. E. Church, 1SI West 101th St.. New Tork. (Dues 56c monthly.) TCKS, EVE., Tail Esen Morgan Festival Chorus. Hlch School of Com- - . mtrce, B8th St., West of WEI). EVH., Newark, N, J. Central IlisTh School. No Dues. Music free. Conductor, Tutl Esen Morgan, v 920 Broadway, New York City. nArrtST. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ll'war isnd 19th Street. PASTOR LM.hALDEMAN,D.D. li A. m, \nm cmtiwr come to save MEN FOIl THIS LIKE OH. THE OTIIEIt SIIJE OH THE OUAVET tll'OIIT THE CHUKCH TO III'IMI tlP SOCIETY UEKEi OK. ritEI'AllK MEN FOE A SOCIETY ON THE OTHEJl SIDE OF THE OltAVET\ Dr. Haldeman will testify against the present movement In BAPTIST as welt n other Denominations to turn the Church Into n social, community centre. Instead of remaining God's agent to prepare men for eternity. s p. m \WHAT MUST I DO TO BE SAVED1\ Pulpits today are fnU of politics and the Social Gospel 1 Crowds come to hear Dr. Haldeman on Prophecy and lUble Exposi- tions, He wllf prraclt this sermon as a rEST whether people are stlU InUrested in inn uoapel or rersonal Htilvatlon. All Christians who Itt OI.l) TIME IlEUdlONi all persohs Interested In the preKeiu ami eternal salvation of their In- dividual soul are invited to hear this OI.II TIME GOSPEL. Friday Night, November 7, 8 o'clock. \Solra of the feet on the Promised Land.\ MADIrtO.N AVENUE HAPTIST CIIVKCII, MADISON AVENUE, COIl. J18T ST. Itcv. George Caleb Moor, I). I)., Pastor. 11 ,A. Jl. \The Holy Spirit for Service.\ 8 P. 1. \Holman Hunt's Light of the World Christ, the Pleader.\ The ttfth of .a series of the story of Christ as told by Great Painters. ' EATON' CLASS FOIl MEN. 10 A. M. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH . West S7th SU bet. 8th and 7th Arcs., Rev. JOHN ROACH hTRATON. D. D. 10:JO: Dr. Straton will tell the Story of \ ana uaii lo me .Ministry. 7:15: Miss Sarah Wray, Supt. Sth Ave. Mission: \How I Found Christ as My ?nvlor.\ Hevival Services Nov. i to 16. Unlnus Series of Spiritual Alltfililmrrfmhlm by Well. Known Christian Workers. CENTRALB APTIST CHURCH S. E. Cor. Kd St. and Amsterdam Ave. FRANK M. GOODCHILD, D.D., Palor. 11 \The Secret of an Untroubled Heart.'' 8 \The Market of Souls.' M0UNTW0RRIS BAPTIST CHURCH 5th Ave., between l!6th and 127th Sts. JOHN HERMAN RANDALL 11 A. M.. \Where the Church Stands.\ 8 P. M. \The Centenary of George Eliot.\ E1KTI! AVENUE IIA1TINT CUlTltCH. I 10 I West 46tn Street. Dr. COIINELIUS WOEI.FK1N at 11 & 4:30. Sunday School, 9:30 A. M, Toung Men's Class, 0:40. Lender, Mr. J. II. Ardrey. Young Women's Clam, 10., Ldr.,.Mra. II. M. llremer. Auprnopti pervice, :ao; loung reopie Washington Heights Ilaptlst Church 145th St. and Convent Ave, Rev. Harold Pattlson, ' 11 A. M., \Once for All.\ Ii P. M.. \Did the 'V Make Good'\ CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. arUet'are Leu in toe fuliuwisg CIIKISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES Hnadsrs. 11 Ai 11. soil s P. ii. Wednesdays. 3 P. M. First Church Central Park West A MthBL Iseona Church Central Psrk West A tttn L fhlrd Church-lt- lth Sc. A Msdlson Ava. ronrtb Church 171th St. ft Ft. Wi.htnrtoa Ave. Firth Charcb-Aeol- lsn Cone. Ilsll, 34 W. M 94. With Chu:.h 1111 Anthony Are. Bronx, ereath Church 2M W. Sd. 11 A, II. oil. Elrhth Church 52 E. 71th St. Ninth Church S. W. cur 5th Ae. & 30th St. lentn cnurcn in ve- - mm tr\. liedfonl l'k. Socy . 2002 IlrlffCi av., 11 a. m. only. FREE HEADING ROOM. 33 V. 4SI Mt. CHIIISTIAN SCIENCE I.I'.CTUHES will be delivered as follows: First Church. Central Park West & 56th St., by Mr. GEORGE SHAW COOK. C. S. B., November 3d, 8 P. M, f ONOHEOATIONAL. BROADWAY TABERNACLE nnOAIlWAY AND 56TH STHEET rafttor. Dr. .JrflVrmm pruche 11 Si BJ \WORK and MANHATTAN CHURCH llroudwuy ;lh 11 Rev. tVllllnm Walter Rockwell Ph. D. DIVINB SCIENCh.. P.V.r Phnrrh nf Hivinn ri.ne. Orand Ball Room, Waldorf-Astori- Services, Sunday, 11 A. M. Rev. V. John Murray, Pastor Subject \THE SAVINll POWKU.\ The Bible Class meets at 9.45 u'clock. UlbCIPI.ES t)P rllRlST CHRISTIAN. 142 West 81st Street. Of RIMTIAN Dr. llnls Iitlrmun. Pastor. L'HCII Preche at 11 A. M . KTHICAI, CI'I.TCRB. THIS SOCIKTV FOR KTHICAI. CUI.TURK of New York. Founded 18T6, CENTRAL PARK WKST AND 61TH ST Sunday morning, Nov 2d, at 11 o'clock. Speaker: Dr. FELIX ADI.KR. Subject: \A of Nations on Kthlrnl Principles.\ Tho Public Are Invited. Sunday School opens ut 9:30 A. M. Chil- dren of non. members as uell as members aro welcome. , INTERDENOMINATIONAL. THE METKUPULITAN TAUEMACLE Northrnst Corner 101th St. & Ilroadwuy, HK.V. WILLIAM AI.IAN, Pastor. 11 \A prorram and a Passion. 8 \The next treat event In the History ot the World, and the sensation it will create.\ Rev. Mr. Allan's pastorate omclally be- gins y and a cordial Invitation la extended to all to attend. .IKWIHII. TF.MPI.K HKTIl-K- L ,11)1 Ale., at 5\th St. Sntiinlay Sorvlce nt 10:15 A. M. Sermon by Itov. Dr. S. Schulman, SUNDAY m:rvior November 2nd. at II A. M. Address by llev. Dr. S. Ncltulman. The Social onniclsA the Pulpit.\ Spoclal MmlcaUerilce: fantor I). Stelnlierg A- - Choir. AIOi AUK WKt.COMl;. 1.1'TIIKRAN. CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY, Mill htreet nnd Central Park West. Dr. CHAS. J SMITH will preach at 11 A. M. NEW CHURCH Ifiwcdcnborglan). NLW CHURCH .loth St., net. Park and Lexington Ave. Rev. JULIAN K. SMYTH, Pastor. Service! 11 A. M. The Pastor will preach. .Subject: \That Which Was Lost.\ All Are Welcome. NEW THOUOin. HARRY The Churrh of Life and Jot. Hotel .Jstor, II US Scfenlific Realty of l.AAC Ths Klnidom of God. Healing Meeting at Ths League, for the Largr Life, THIS EVENING dt I'U. RKUOIOU8 ApyKRTIBrWIENTS ANNIVERSARY NOVEMBER SEVENTH, MONEY\ r\A7C\The Garden, Pigeint. 15. N. Y. 3000 Singers ono or more of these units. Fill. EVE., Brooklyn. lubllo School No. It, Schermerhorn St. & 3rd Ave. SAT. EVE., Staten Island. Curtis High School, St. George. SUN. AFT., Washington Irving- - High School, 17th St. and Irving . Place, 2:10 P. M. NEW THOUGHT. ANNA C. NOLLE Imperial Hotel, IIroad way and 32(1 fit. Aaiembly Room, Sunday 11 A. M. \HOW TO ATTRACT SUCCESS.' MRS. MARY CHAPIN COMMODORE BALL ROOM Sunday Services, 11 A. M. \Self Resourceful Souls.\ OTHER SERVICES. IS THERE A PERSONAL DEVIL? His Origin, Work and Destiny-W- hy Did God Permit Sin? A Bible Address by Carlyle B. Haynes In the CASINO THEATRE, \'9:h St. tni Broadway, Sunday Night, Nov. , at 7:45 o'clock. Questions and Answers after tho Address. All Seats Free. A. A. Lindsay, M. D., Lecturer, \THOUGHT POTENCIES.\ MssW \IVt'S of ATTAINMENT.\ Ffc Hotel Ansonla. UMmmci Sun. and Tues. S:15 P. M. AutHB- - oi .ew l'sycnoiogv Complete,\ \Sclentlflo Prayer,\ \Handbook of man Healing'1 and other books. am practical psychology. 'FKOM CHINATOWN TO THE PULPIT\ Some Jump, but llev. W. Stuart Astley (ne call him Ulll) made It nnd he .will tell you how on Thursday, November 5th, nt Tho Rescue Society, Old Chinese Thea- tre, 5 and 7 Doyers Street. Live wire Gospel Service every night In the year hi ju i: m, nothing- like It in tho world T. J. NOONAN Superintendent. FELLOWSHIP OF THE WISDOM RELIGION Dr. and Mrs. F. HOMER CURTISS. Founders of the O. C. M. Vi'nV V ,:v;.M-,l\rh- Pnmble of the Sower.\ ed., S P.M., The Symbol of Number One.\ New Address 351 West 23rd Street. PRESBYTERIAN. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Old lirst, lnhen.lt- - Place and Madison otiunrp rounclutlon. fltev. l.eorge Alexander, I). 1). Ministers. J Her. Ha 'm\' llrk. 1 I. I. IRev. Thomas Guthriei Sneers. Services In University Place Church. Cor. 10th St., one block, east of Fifth Ave. 11 A M. Dr Fosdlck will preach. 8 P. M. Mr. Spears. FIFTH AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Fifth Atenue nnd Flfty-Bft- h Street. Rev. JAMES PALMER, Ph.l., Associate Pastor Senlccs at 11 A. M., and 4:30 P. M. Rev. J. RITCHIE SMITH, D.D. Will preach In the morning and In the afternoon the Sacrament of tho Lord's Supper will be observed Bible School at 9:30 Men's Class at 10. Midweek service In the Chapel on Wednesday at 8:15 P. M. BRICK CHURCH Fifth Avenue and Thlrty-aevent- h 6trs. I William Plerson Merrill. Ministers. ) Theodore Alnsworth firrene. Dr. Merrill will preach at 11 and 4. Subject. 4 P. M.. \ItellKlon and Reco- nstruction,\ the second In a series on tV'Vlslons of Reconstruction \ NimiikIk) Service Dally (esc. Tuls.lat 12:30. CENTRALrRr-,\5\rKIt,A'- \ :hri'h, Ar. .H Rer. Wilton Merle-Smit- h. D.D.,P.istor PrrarhlnE at 11 A. M. by the Pustor. l'. ,M. (ommunion erlce. I4.au School, 9.4S A. M. People's Meeting;, 8 p m. Wednesday. 8 P. M.. Devotional Meetlnr. St. Nicholas Ave. 141st St. MrlioUs St. and Minister, Rev. Elliott W. Brown, D.D. 11 A. M. and P. M. BROADWAY PIlBSlliTKRIAN' CHUKCH. Broaduay nnd 114th Street. Rev WAL.TI1R DUNCA.V BUCHANAN D D Minister, will preach at 11 A. M. & 8 P.'li' RUTGERS ''\k?1\ JKitiAN cHtiitciT Broadway and 73d St. Rev. D.VNIF.L llUSsKI.L, I). H Va,: 11 A M Rev. Kdgar P. Hill. D. I) ' 1'. M. Rev. Daniel Russell. D D FT. WASHINUTOTT; Danlrl UofTmnn Mnrttn, I). II.. ai)tor! KKV, W1MJAM V. IlItllCK, 1). I)., prache at 11 A. M, and 8 I', M. HARLEM- - Rev. frederick W. Ev.n$, 0.,- -f I aslor. 11 A, M \Twelve Gates.\ 8 P. M. \Comrn.l. Intr and Obmfcrtnble Attire.\ Mt. Morris Park West at 122J St, FOURTH ;;KEsiryTERiAN church p, Mrn Edgnr Whltakrr Work, D. 1)., Pastor. Dr. Work preaehea, 11 and 8. S 1'. M. Musical Servlco (Handel) WEST END Presbyterian. Amsterdam, rur. 10.lih Dr. A. Edwin Kelgwln preaches 11, \Loyalty.\ 8, \Playing With Fire,\ to Americans. North;; 040 ess loom CHURCH. M. A. M.. Rov. Cleland II McAfee. D. D. 8 P M . llev. Paul Dwlght Moody. WEST-PAR- K PR K Ml ITER IAN CHURCH. Amsterdam Avenue und 86th Street. Rov. ANTHONY II. EVANS. D. II.. Pastor. DR. EVANS will preach 11 A. M. & 8 IV M E ENINti SUII.IF.CT \RECOVERY.\ 2d D 11 o S\ fmnh cVnUfi.,, Watson. ... , S o'clock service Mr, Samuel, niKfiiiiiiuiuiii ui inula. Nortliraht Corner of 73i! S Kkv, Henry ISloane Coftln, I), I)., Pastor, 4.30 Vepera tv. Taul I). Moody, p. it PKOTKST A N T lO'lSCOrAU St. Bartholomews Giiurch Park Axenue and slst St. The Iter, Ll'.lOHTON PARKS. D.D., Rector. t:30A.M.- - Holy Communion. 11 A, M Holy Communion and Sermon (Rector) 3 I'.M Sunday School, 4:W P.M. Ex (Mendelssolin's \Elijah\) Preacher; Dr. 1.EK1HTON PARKS. ALL SAINTS' DAY Serdce. II A M Holy r4 Memory of Ike Dead. I BETJOIQTJS AI)VE11TI8E)IIIXT8. INTERDENOMINATIONAL. GOSPEL TABERNACLE 44th St. and 8th Av. SUfyDAY, 10:45 A. IYI. SERVICE OF TESTIMONY and appreciation of blessing, received through life and ministry of date pastor, Dr. A. B. SimpsoiL Funeral services for the late pastor of the Gospel Tabernacle. Rev. A. B.Simoson. founder and oresideiltof Christ inn nnrlMlwinnnrv AUUnra will be held in the Tabernacle on Admission oy cara until 11:45. will be closed at 11 A. M.,Tuesday. MKTIIODIHT EPISCOPAI God Has Rejected the Jews from Ever Standing Before Him Again as a Nation According to the word of God the Jews will never be restored.to Palestine. This false doctrine comes fron Man and not from God's word, The Bible. God is going to deal quickly with nil false teachers. God is tired of man twist- ing His word and deceiving the people.- - JUAN'S END HAS COME Hear R. 0. Alexander at 10:30 & 8 P. M. next Sunday, at 17 Jane St. ' METHODIST CHURCH nCIIJHNO Take 7th Avenue Subway, get off at 14 th Street, go out 12th Street exit and walk 1 block and a half to Jane Street. PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL. tllVI'F.I. OK TILE INTERCESSION (Trinity Pariah), Hroadway nnd ISSth St. Rev. M. It. Oates, D. D., Vicar. S and 8115 A. M. Holy Comunlon: 9:45 Sunday School; 10:30 Children's Service; 11 Memorial Ser- vice for the Departed and Holy Com- munion. Dr. Oatoa preacher, subject, \The Saints,\ 4 P. M. Popular Vespers; Propram of American Music. I.eo Hlgica, recital organist, will play \Festival March.\ Shel- ley; \Concert Overture,\ Rogers; \Lund of the Skyblue Water' Cadman! \To a Wild nose,\ MacDowell. uan iucKerman, nn tone, will sin: \Trees and the Master.\ Chadwlck. and \Crossing the nar,\ nuck. Address by Dr. Oates, \What tho World Owes America.\ 8 P. M. Choral Evensong and Addresses. \The Laymen's Part In the JSvery Name Campaign. Church of the Beloved Disciple, Ssth St.. near Madison Ave. Rev. HENRY M. BARBOUR. D.D., Rector. FORTY-SIXT- ANJUVEKHAUl. Services at 7:30, 10, 11 A. M. (Rector). 4 P. M. (Rev. John Acworth). Parker's Communion Service In E, and Noble's \Souls of the Righteous\ at 11; Gaul's \These Are They\ and Mendelssohn's \Happy and Blest\ at 4. VIOtlN. 'ClgJA HARP. OnOAX. All welcome CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION Madison Avenue and 35th Street. The ltvi Horuee Percy Mlver Rector. 8 and 10 A. M. Holy Communion. 11 A. M. Holy Communion. Sermon (Rector) 4 P. M. Choral Evensong with Address 9:30 A. M. Sunday School. ALL SAINTS' DAY. 11 A. M. Holy Communion. crn A MIMIC Clinton & Milngston Sts. OH sPHni 3 near Borough Hall. nltn. llev. 4). AHIITON OI.IMIAM. Hector, FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY of the nrst servlcs in present building. 11 A. M. Holy Communion. Sermon by the Rector. 8 P. M. Addresses and Greetings. Bishop Burgess, Rev. Dr. Alsop, Arch- deacon Webb, Rev. J. Upward Mellsh, Rev. I.. M ft son Clarice. 'St. George's Church la on 16th 8treet. East of Third Avenuo. All Seats Free Rov. KARL. REILAND, D. D.. Bactor. Services 8, 11 A. M. and 4 P. M. (Rector), 8 P.St. SPECIAL SERVICE. 4 P. M. Address by the Rector on \Present Day Christianity.\ Mr. DAVID BISPHAM. Barllono Soloist. Cathedral of St. John the Divine Amsterdam Avenue and 111th Street. 8 A. M. THE HOLY COMMUNION. 10 A. M Mornlne Prayer. 11 A. M. Preacher. Addresses by Dean Robblns and George Gordon Battle. 4 P. M. Preacher, Rev. Edm. J. Cleveland. Dolly Services, 7.30 A M. . 5 P. M. (choral except Monday and Saturday). All Angels' Church WKST END AVE. AND 81ST STREET, llev. S. De Iincey Townsend, D. !., Rector. Holy Communion M. Holy Communion snd Sermon (Rector). 11 A. M. Choral Evensong 4 I1. M. Strangers Welcome. CHURCH OF THE HEAVENLY REST Fifth Avenue above 46th St Rev. HERBERT SHIPMAN, Rector. Will preach at 11 A. M. Service \WHAT SHALL IT PROFIT?\ 8 p. M, Rev. K. E. MATTHEWS. St. Mark's Tenth Street West of Second Aicnue. WILLIAM NORMAN GUTHRIE.Rector 11 o'clock Service and Sermon. Subject: \Tyranny of Custom nnd Spiritual Free-dom- 4 1'. M.: \GabrielB d'Annunxlo,\ by W. X. ifluthrle. St. nomas' $ Churn FIFTH AVENl'E AND 53D ST. Rev, ERNEST M KTIRES, D. D.. Rector. s A. M Holy Communion. 11 Morning Service and Sermon (Rector). 4 P. M. Evensong and Address (Rector). 8 P. SI. Hour of Organ Music. ASCENSION fi 'iVthNM.'' nev Dr. Percy Stlckney (.rant. Rector. 11 'How Can We Escape Civil Wnrl\ (Hector) 4 Oratorio: Rossini's \Stnhst Meter\ S Forum : \Campaign Issues,\ Hon Florello II, La (itianlla, Thomas J. Curtis, Mrs. Mary II MarDonald CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE MUCIN. 139 West 46th St. Rev. .1. (i. II. Hurry, D. !., Rector IdW Masses. 7 3I. S. 1 5 Children's Mass, 9: High Muss. All Saints Procession and Sermon (Rectorl. 10.45; Vespers,. 4; Vespers of the Dend, 5; Monday, Nov. 3, ALL SOULS DAY. Low Masses. 7. 0.30, Solemn Requiem Moss ami Sermon (Hec- tor). 10 4D ST, AUNES'S CHAPEL. Trinity Parish, West 92d Street, near Columbus Ae. The ltev. W. W HEl.LINC.Ell. D P.. Vlcnr. nnd 9 Hoty Communion. 10 Morning Prayer 11 l.ltnny. Holy Communion, Sermon. 3.45 Sunday School and Hlbh Classes. 4 Evening Prnyer and Brief Address. ST. JAMES' CHURCH Mndlson Atenue A list Street. Rev. iTaiik Warfleld crowder. Rector. 8 A. M.. 11 A. M. (Rector). 4 P. M.Otev. tieorge V. Dlrke) ST. IGNATIUS 'Vn-Jftn- ft Rev. WILLIAM PITT McCUNE. Rictor. Masses, 7. 8, 'J 30, 11. Vespers and Benediction. 4. CALVARY CHUKCH Rev. Theodore SrdgvtlrL, D. I)., Rector. 'Services. S, 10:16. 11 and 8 P. M. Preacher The Rector. ORACE CHURCI Ilrondwny and Hlth Street, llev, i.nniir. iii.uii, .v, j,ri;(iir. Ilolr Comminion. s A. M Holy Communion & Sermon (The Itectorlil A. M. KTensong (Her Wllllsm Austin Smltli) s P. M. Itally Noon-da- y Serxlce at 18.80. T CTPPHFM'C \f\1 near il'nuy, ai. oitrntn j . n, 4 ami s o'clock. Dr. Cyrus Townsend Brady preaches at 11. Annaal Service N Y City Chapter D. A. It At I, Dr. SEAOLE. Cluplaln, preaches. All \\\''\ s ami ii church ofZiorT & St. HmolTiy 331 West Slth Street. Itcv. FREDERIC llUIKiKSS, Jr.. II D..llector. S 11 (Tteetnr) nml Iftev W r . Church. 2 West lllh .m ltev. Arthur II. Judge, D, D Rector. Services, 8, 11 and 1. CHRIST CHURCH, Hroadway & list Street. The Rev. John R. Atkinson. Rector. Services: 8:80 and 11 A. M 8 and P. M. St. Simeon's. 165th St. & (Irand Concourse. Rev RALPH J WALKER, Rector. 8. 11 A. M.. and i . M . CHURCH OF Till! fRAN.SI'Hll'R.CtlONT I - -- in fi. i.r .'\I wp. ill ii-- f - SERVICES, S,9, 10:10 A, M. and 4 P. U FORbHAM .rTv 8, xi , Rev.. DeWItt I. relton. Ph. D., Rector St. Luke's I Convent Ave. & W 141st 't Rev. William T. Walsh. Hector. 8, 11 and I P Rector preaches. RELIOIOC8 ADVKRTI8EMENT8, INTKBDENOMINATONAL. Tuesday, November 4. at 12 o'clock METHODIST EPISCOPAI. ' BBBBBaanBslMBlL aUbbbbBJbkbS' lpppjjjl CALVARY METHODIST ChURCH lZOtb St. and 7th Ave. Jt\. William II. Morgan, I. 1J., Factor 11A.M. Hon. ROBERT a. DAVKY. Il'.ll.-H- on. ARTHUR KUHN. Subject: -- The Full Significance of the League of Nations.\ \\ MADISON AVE. CHURCH, 60th ST. Dr. RALPH vr. SOCKSIAN. raster. 11. \The Abuse of Privilege.\ 8. Music. Haydn's \The Creation.\ Message by Dr. SOCKMAN. 10 A. M. Adult niblo Clnsses. ' Social TeaCjnd lEpworth League. ST. PAUL'S METHODIST CHURCH West End Ave. and 80th Street. Rev. Raymond L. l'onmin, D. D., Pastor, 11 A. M. \Three Flights Up.\ 8 P. M. \Fireside Chills.\ Cordial Welcome to All. 10 A. M. Men's Forum. Subject: \How ti. vote. Jl'DSON MEMORIAL. Washington Square, i V i. 5\ Knjr 1 \y. Pastor, preaches: . ..i. iorK L'ntterslty Mght Rlirht seven mlnuto speeches by Dean Johnson, Profufsoral Msddon, Oerstenberg, Turner, Hotohklss, Gallon ay. Lec, of the Unlver- - . a. nay l'eity on tno totila \The World's Challenge to Brains.\ GRACE Wnt 10,' ci. ..... IVeilerlck Broun Harris ,OLIJ,.I'!C'rt;itI': ,N' A.iyiiV FRAME.\ Moilnn picture: \The (loodBamarltan.\ i. .YADitrcws .MirriioiiisT cnuitcil 7Cth Street near Columbus Ave. ALUVN .MAC HOSSIK, .M 1N1STEK 11 Rally Day Sermon. \Hnpefulneas.\ S laiwn and Corra Illustrated. OLD JOHN STREET CHURCH Mothodlsm's-Mothe- r Church Serv. 11 A.M Invites visitors from all parts of the world, INFORMED CHURCH IN AMERICA. COLLEUIATE CHURCH OF NEW YORK THE MIDDLE CHURCH, , 2d Ave. and 7th St. I Rev. Edgar Franklin Ilomle, Minister, will preach at 11 A. M. and 8 p. n. THE MARBLE CHURCH, 6th Ave. and 29th St. ' Rev. David James Burrell, D. D., Minister. will preach. 11 A. M., \Do It Yourself.\ 8 P. M \Paul's Typewriter.\ TUB CHURCH OF ST. NICHOLAS. 6th Ave. and 4 8th St, Malcolm James MacLeod, Minister. 11 A. M Dr. MacLeod. 8 P. M., Mendelssohn's \Elijah with brlVf address by the Minister. THF. WEST END CIICRCn. West End Ave. and 77th 8treet. Rev. Henry Bvertson Cobb, D, D., Minis' will preach at 11 A. Jl and 4:30 p. 11 At 4:30 P.M. Special Music. THE FORT WASHINOTON CHURCH. Fort Washington Ave. and 181st St ny Irving II. Berg. D.D., Minister. II A. M., Lieutenant Tha Rev SamusI Hamilton will preach. 8 P. M., Dr Berg will preach. Subject \The Modern City.\ ah cphis r Tee. REFORMED CHURCH OF HARLEM Lenox Avenue and 123rd Street, Rev Edgnr Tllton, Jr., D. D.. MInlste' Will nrearh at 11 A r c Evenlnr suhtert \rhriHnnf.. ..iuir J SPIRITUALIST. FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHUR 15 K. S8th St., near S.I Avenue. SUNDAYS AT A ! l Mrs. M. E. Williams, Insplratlonnl Spsa' Good Mediums. All Welcoms. LEARN THAT SPIRITS C0MMUNICA Splrltunllst Church of Divine Gift O L G A 1 I.e. tures and messages. Wednesday, l1 and P M. Thursilay morning 10 30 o'clc Seienlh Ae, near 14th St, Subwai hilri(uiilU( ( liiireli of Adtunred Tliouci 123 WEST ilTIl ST Tuesda), rrlday. Sunday ev'gs. 8.30 P, i. Wednesday afternoons nt 3 P. M. S. MR. JOHN HILL. 'rHf;tOPHICAL. TlirfMopldmr M.rirty (Independent) 121 W. glh St Public Irtiirn Sitn1v evening, 15 \Karma in Practice.\ Menonl 11. (Jattell. Public meeting for enquirers Frliiny evenings.. UNITARIAN. THE COMMUNITY CHURCH II A. M. NEW AMSTERDAM THEATRE. 214 West 4!d St JOHN HAVNEs HOLMES, \MONEl THE ROOT OF ALL UOOD.\ 8:1:, P M Klhu-.l- l Culture Meeting House Central Park West ond 64th St. ALLAN McCI IIIIV. \CAN AMERICA SE( I RE INDUSTRIAL REFORM BY POLITICAL ACTION?\ 10 A. M - New Amsterdam Theatrs, Dr. ELEANOR IIKRTINE, \Psychoanalytic Studies Stud) of Human Motive with Illustration from the Poems o' James OppepJielm LENOX AVENFe UNITARIAN PiTPltCII 191st Street anil I.enov Atenue. Rov. Merle St. Croix Wright. .Minister IIH. WRKiHT WILL PREACH at 11 a. In. Nov 2. floal rnguessed,\ Nov p. \The lleart Has Reasons.\ UNITY SOCIETY OF (v Colonial Room. MAlpm Hotel, Sunda). 3 P. M. RICHARD LYNCH of Kansas City, Subject- \Victory Over Bondage and Fail- ure \ Wednesday, ' P M \Keys to Suc- cess.\ Classes al McAlpln Tuesdays, 2:80, nnd KrldiQS, 10 3u public Invited. IIROOIU.YN UNIT RIAN. I tiltnrliin Preaching CHI RCH OP THE .SAVIOUR, llrooklji, Plerrepont St A- - Monroi. PI 11 A. John If Lathrop. \Slaves or Kreeman\ 8 P. M -- Ordination of Win J ttreen, Rev. WM. L. SUI.LltAV, Preucher. J'onionnd Worship Here UNJVERSAI.1ST. Tlln CHURCH of tile DIVINE PATERNITY Central Park West ami 7Itli St. JOHN SMITH LOWE, D. I), will prea.-- at 11 A M \Hie Visible jand the Im Isllile.\ '1':ii(NX MHIETY. Vrdanta Society. 117 West 7.11 1 Si .Swam Uodnananua, 3 P. M Y. ,M C. A. BISHOP LUTHER BARTON WILSON, LL 0. \Fating the Facts nnd the Future In n Time of Crisis' Miss Rmh I.lnrud, Harpist, will play & sing, West Side Y M C A . 318 W 67th St.. '4 P.M. Sunday Dr. Frank Crane Public 4:30 P. si. Welcoms EAST SIDE V. M r A . Lexington Ave. and a 0 tlx St . Subway Express Station \Tile Reollltlon of DID\ James M Howard Chaplain 77th Blonx Y M V A SiindMy SrtO BROOKLYN V M. t A. DR. NEHEMIAH BOYNTON \Americanism and Internationalism.\ Bedford llr Y M C A., lltl liedlord Ave.. Bkv Sunday. 3:30 P. .M. Men only r res, Greatest Men's Mretini in f rratrf 1-

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