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Avery College Training Schools
NORTH SIDE, PITTSBURGH, PA. 

A superior training school for young colored women, thoroughly instructing its students as a means of self-support in dressmaking, cutting and drafting, domestic science, music, nurse training, millinery, and an intermediate English course. This institution is under the influence of no religious denomination, is the oldest endowed chartered Negro institution in America. The accommodations in its dormitory, which is in charge of a competent matron, are excelled by no colored institution in this country. 
The hospital department offers the same course as the large hospitals of the State of Pennsylvania fully equipped with its operating rooms, diet kitchen and ambulance service. The course requires three years' lectures on general nursing, anatomy, ethics, surgery, obstetrics, asepsis, antisepsis, gynecology, pediatrics, eye, nose, throat, materia medica, therapeutics and dietetics under a staff of white and colored physicians. Catalogues now ready.   
Address all communications to:
JOSEPH D. MAHONEY, Secretary
Box 154 North Side, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

PLAY BALL, BOYS!
Last half of the ninth; bases full; score tied and "Casey" at the bat.
Get in the game boys. Organize a baseball team in your city. 
Baseball is the most popular sport in this country. In every hamlet, town and city may be seen the future "Rube Fosters" and "William Matthews" romping over corner lots, batting, pitching and learning to play the game.
Organize your team and get our great baseball outfit for a few hours' work. 
Our outfit includes
10 Spalding baseball suits with name of club (any color)
10 caps to match
10 pairs baseball stockings.
1 catcher's mit.
1 first basemen's glove.
3 infielders' gloves.
3 outfielders' gloves. 

FOR MORE INFORMATION WHITE THE
Business Manager of THE CRISIS
26 VESEY STREET  NEW YORK 

THE CRISIS
A RECORD OF THE DARKER RACES
Published by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, at 26 Vesey Street New York City. 

W.E. BURGHARDT DU BOIS, Editor
M.D. MACLEAN, Managing Editor 
FRANK M. TURNER, Circulation Manager
ALBON L HOLSEY, Advertising Manager 
Contributing Editors:
OSWALD GARRISON VILLARD
J. MAX BARBER
CHARLES EDWARD RUSSELL
W.S. BRAITHWAITE
KELLY MILLER

Subscription: $1.00 a year; 50 cents for six months. Foreign subscriptions, 25 cents extra. Subscriptions to begin with current issue or changes of address must reach us before 15th of the previous month. 

            CONTENTS FOR JULY
                              Page
ALONG THE COLOR LINE...........111
MEN OF THE MONTH...............118
OPINION........................121
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE..125
EDITORIAL......................129
THE YEAR IN COLORED COLLEGES...133
THE MONTESSORI METHOD. By Jessie Fauset.........................136
THE FAITHS OF THE TEACHERS. By G.S. Dickerman.................139
THE WHITE MAN'S BURDEN. Poem. By Charles S. Nutter, D.D........142
GENERAL EVARISTO ESTENOZ By Arthur A. Schomburg............143
PROTECTION.....................144
WOMEN'S CLUBS. A Social Center at Hampton by A.W. Hunton.........145
HISTORIC DAYS IN JULY. By L.M. Hershaw........................146
THE BURDEN.....................147
"I MET A LITTLE BLUE-EYED GIRL" Poem. By Bertha Johnston........147
LETTER BOX....................148 
            
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