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110 THE CRISIS ADVERTISER [[box]] LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE Salisbury, N.C. A Religious Co-Educational School with a Tradition Open to All Negroes: Only Merit Counts Students come from Twenty-nine States in the Union, from Canada, Africa, the West India Islands and Central America, And Graduates Make Good. Salisbury, North Carolina, an Ideal Place for Study, with a Mild, Equable Climate, Pure Water, Breezes from Pine and other Forests a Constant Tonic-the Greatest Degree of Healthfulness. New Girls' Dormitory with all Modern Conveniences Accommodating 210 just Completed and Ready Courses of Study: Grammar School, Academy, Normal, College, Divinity, Music and Industries for Boys and Girls. Expenses Moderate. Thirty-sixth Session Opened Wednesday, October 3, 1917. For Further Information Address D. C. SUGGS, President or J. E. Aggrey, Registrar [[/box]] [[box]] Don't Waste Your Evenings Never before in the history of the race has the demand for skilled colored help been so great as at the present time. Fall in with the spirit of the times for preparedness and learn a useful trade for the demand is greater than the supply. Enroll as BEREAN SCHOOL now and equip yourself in Stenography, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Upholstery, Woodworking, Plumbing, Dressmaking, Tailoring, Printing, Cooking, Waiting, Millinery, or Power Machine operating. 19th year and Fall Term opened Tuesday, October 2nd, 1917 Late afternoon and evening sessions, twice a week, specially adapted for the convivence of the day wage earners. Painstaking and efficient teachers, specialized training in all departments a marked feature. Efficiency our aim Helpfulness our object The doors are open now. Will you enter? Visitors Welcome Gymnasium Beautiful Location Write the principle of Berean Manual Training and Industrial School MATTHEW ANDERSON, D.D. 1926 S. College Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. [[/box]] [[box]] ROLAND W. HAYES, Tenor Recitals Concerts Oratorio Opera "An unusually good voice. The natural quality is beautiful. It is a luscious yet manly voice. Mr. Hayes sings freely and with good taste."--Philip Hale, in the Boston Herald. "A voice of unusual sweetness and calibre."--Chattanooga Times Address: 3 WARWICK ST.. BOSTON. MASS. [[/box]] [[box]] THE FLORIDA A. & M. College Tallahassee, Florida Offers long and short courses in Mechanic Arts, in Home Economics, in Agriculture, in Education and in Science For Catalog Address NATHAN B. YOUNG, President P.O. DRAWER 524 [[/box]] [[box]] COLEMAN COLLEGE GIBSLAND, L.A. Supported by Baptist State Woman's Home Mission Society of Chicago and Boston and A. B. H. Society of New York. Students from six different states. Graduates excepted on first grade by Louisiana, Arkansas and Oklahoma. O. L. COLEMAN, President [[/box]] [[box]] STENOGRAPHERS WANTED All Races Prepare in the best school of its kind in the State Subjects Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, English, Penmanship, Civil Service Training, and SPANISH COMMERCIAL CLASS Lenox Community Center--at PUBLIC SCHOOL 89 Lenox Avenue and 135th St., New York City. Open All Year--Four Evenings Weekly. Fitz W. Mottley, President. [[/box]] [[box]] The Slater Industrial and State Normal School For Colored Youth of Both Sexes WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. I. Offering Standard Courses In Academic Subjects, In Industrial and Vocational Subjects, In Education. II. Graduates receive the Teacher's Certificate. III. Located amid the foothills of the mountain section of Western North Carolina and the health conditions are ideal. IV. Accommodations excellent and expenses moderate. For further information communicate with S. G. ATKINS, Principal SLATER STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Winston-Salem, N. C. [[/box]] WANTED Agents for THE CRISIS. Dignified work 70 Fifth Avenue, New York [[box]] LULU ROBINSON-JONES Soprano Available for Concerts Telephone 6393 Morningside 126 W. 134th Street New York City [[/box]] MENTION THE CRISIS THE CRISIS Vol. 15-No. 3 JANUARY, 1918 Whole No. 87 Editorial THE YEAR OF GOD 1917 IN ACCOUNT WITH THE AMERICAN NEGRO Dr East St. Louis Houston Chester Thirty-six Persons Known to be Lynched in ten months, beside the Unknown The Lynching of Haiti Colonel Young's Retirement Refusal of Negro Army Volunteers Dead-lock on Negroes Among the White Methodists Split Among Colored Odd Fellows Widening Rift Among Colored Baptists Atlanta Fire "German Plots" Libel Court Decisions Against Colored Masons Death of Prominent Negroes: Bishop Walters, J. D. Corrothers, H. S. Cummings, J. E. Bush, J. H. Hayes, P. A. Payton, M. W. Gilbert, C. M. C. Mason, J. L. Bishop Johnson, H. W. Bass, W. P. Hall, W. Bishop Johnson, R. S. Lovinggood, Ellen C. Crum, A. S. Gray Death of White Friends: J. B. Foraker, F. B. Sanborn, Caroline Putnam, H. L. Morehouse, H. B. Frissell, G. M. P. King, Ruth McEnery Stuart, C. F. Ryder Total: Oppression, Murder, and Disunity Cr Segregation Decision 678 U. S. Army Officers, and Scott Hegira from The South New Employments and a Chastened A. F. of L. New High Schools in Washington and Louisville 455 Bachelors of Arts and 2500 High School Graduates $500,000 to Educational Endowment and $500,000 to New Negro Schoolhouses National Aid to Vocational Training Howard, Morehouse, Biddle, Talladega, and Roger Williams are Fifty Years Old New Appreciation of Negro Art Frederick Douglass Home Saved Hapgood-Torrence Plays Virgin Islands Annexed and Citizenship for Porto Rico Civil Rights Victories in New York and Other States Harry Burleigh, Spingarn Medalist Silent Protest Parades in New York and Other Cities 75,000 New York Colored Women Enfranchised; Representative in Legislature and on Board of Education Widening Work of Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. New Alderman in Chicago Pollard on "All-American" Payton's Expansion of Harlem Five New Hospitals and Several Public Libraries Total: Courage to Fight, Sympathy, and Progress Carry Forward to 1918 - Determination 111
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