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108 THE CRISIS ADVERTISER OF INTEREST TO VOCAL STUDENTS TONE PLACING AND VOICE DEVELOPMENT Practical method of singing for daily practice, based upon artistic principles, together with a carefully prepared number of exercises,forming a comprehensive, progressive and self-explained course in voice building, which constitute the technical side of the vocal art. From "Musical Courier," N.Y.: A very practical little book is "Tone Placing and Voice Development," by Pedro T. Tinsley. As the preface says: "It is for daily practice, based upon artistic principles, including a course in the art of breathing, structure of the vocal apparatus, hearing the voice, together with a carefully prepared number of vocal exercises, forming a comprehensive, progressive and self-explained course of voice building." Written by Pedro T. Tinsley, conductor of the Choral Club, of Chicago, and a man who has had many years' experience in teaching voice. It contains some very excellent material and vocal exercises, and should be in the hands of all vocal students. Price $1. Address the publisher: PEDRO T. TINSLEY 6448 Drexel Avenue Chicago, ILL. or Clayton F. Summy, 220 Wabash Avenue, and Lyon & Healy, Adams & Wabash, Chicago, Ill. ________________________________________ "A noteworthy book of the epoch." THE SOULS OF BLACK FOLK by W.E. BURGHARDY DU BOIS Eighth Edition "It is one of the noteworthy books, not merely of the year, but of the epoch. Its every page is filled with vigor, spontaneity, and spirituality." - Boston Transcript. "A stripping bare of the moral and mental anatomy of the African in America so as to reveal the naked soul in its primitive simplicity, seared and scarred by ages of suffering." - New York Age. With Author's Portrait, $1.20 Net At book stores of from the publishers _______________________________________ A.C. McCLURG & CO. CHICAGO The NEGRO AND THE ELECTIVE FRANCHISE No. 11. Occasional Papers AMERICAN NEGRO ACADEMY An Opinion Worth While. "I find more patriotism and statesmanship in this pamphlet by colored men than in all the contributions made on the subject by white men since the Civil War." A. E. PILLSBURY [[image]] Inclose 35 cents to J. W. CROMWELL 1439 Swann Street, N. W. Washington, D. C. _________________________________________ PUBLICATIONS A. M. E. Book Concern Philadelphia, Pa. THE POEMS OF PHILLIS WHEATLEY. Reprint of first edition 1773; a valuable book. Price, $1.00. THE NEGRO PROBLEM. An analysis: What It Is Not and What It Is; by R. R. Wright, Jr. In pamphlet form, 15 cents. THE COLORED REGULARS. By T. G. Steward, Chaplain U. S. A., retired. Price, $1.50. EVOLUTION AND LIFE. By Algernon B. Jackson, Surgeon-in-chief Mercy Hospital. Price, 75 cents. THE NEGRO IN PENNSYLVANIA. A Study in Economic History. By R. R. Wright, Jr., Sometime Research Fellow in Sociology in the University of Pennsylvania. Price, Paper, $2.00; Cloth, $2.50. Address A. M. E. BOOK CONCERN 631 Pine Street, Philadelphia, Pa. ________________________________________ Atlanta University Studies of the Negro Problems 15 Monographs. Sold separately. Address: A. G. DILL Atlanta University, Atlanta, Ga. ________________________________________ GREAT CALAMITY IN PHILADELPHIA SOCIETY _____ "Who's Who in Philadelphia" _____ Latest and greatest book of the season. Biographic sketches and cuts of leading colored citizens, with illustrations of their principal institutions, and other valuable information. 208 pages. By Charles Fred. White, author of "PLEA OF THE NEGRO SOLDIER" and a hundred other poems. Introduction by Dr. R. R. Wright, Jr. PRICE, $2.00 Chas. Fred White 1508 Lombard Street, Philadelphia Mention THE CRISIS THE CRISIS ADVERTISER 109 [[image of soldier]] FORWARD MARCH YOUR SON OFF TO Wilberforce University _____ The only school in the country for Negro Youth which has a Military Department equipped by the National Government, and commanded by a detailed United States Army Officer. DEPARTMENTS MILITARY SCIENTIFIC NORMAL TECHNICAL COMMERCIAL THEOLOGICAL CLASSICAL MUSICAL PREPARATORY Banking taught by the actual operations in the Students' Savings Bank. Twelve Industries, 180 acres of beautiful campus, Ten Buildings. Healthful surroundings, exceptional community. Maintained in part by the State of Ohio which supplies facilities for the thorough training of teachers. Fall term begins September, 1912. Write for Catalog. ____________________ W. S. SCARBOROUGH, President WM. A. JOINER, Superintendent, C. N. I. Department. 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