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TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE 3VMMER,.S;HO0L FOH TKACHKBS
EIGHTH ANNDAL SESSION1 ' ' io'K 11 THRU JULY 20. 1017
VOLE HAIR GROWER
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.i'.-mi 'pje 1,01,1 for more than 10 year : -":;
:'r Manufactured by Trained Chemist' '
Mi fjndoraed by norea ol leading . Phyaieiana ..
i Kecom iii ended by Thoaaanda of Sal lafied Uae'ra
GUARANTEED, TO GROW HAIR
Hair and .lteauty-Cullarc (autflit praetteally aod
thoroughly. Wchireyou leaa aod teach
THE VOLE COLLEGE
Hair and Iteauty Culture
at 8 p. tn. The puMI i oordlally-
inrlted. r ' " - ' - ' i t -1 f. .
Mrs. -Nancy Rice Anderson, express
eion teacher of Vamlerbilt. will 'talK
on Story Telling," fllQstrate her talS
with two'short- stories' anf give ' a
readinir May l9U at 3:30p. m. The
public is cordially Invited and teach
ens especially urged. . ' 1 '
RKV. HENRY LYMAN MORE
HOUSE!, D. D PASSl3B AWArv
Atlanta, Ga .May .J. (Special to
the Globed Drr Henry' Lanj'Mbre
aovtae died Saturday, May 5th. Dr.
Morehouse was born.,' in Stanford, N.
.Y., October 2,. 1834. -The first eirs
f his service were spent in the min
istry nat? various pla-es jn the East
mm) Went, and -sines that -time . and
fe about forty years foe has been con
stantly in the service of the Ameri
ca: Paptist Home Mission Society.
Immediately after the beginning of
his. onnection with the Society' he
devbted. special attention to educa
tional work among, the, Negroes cf
the South.: ; - r
The mere facts of the life of Dr.
Morehouse give only a faint impres
sion 'of the unique place he holds in
the Soarta of Negro Baptists of the
Sthaud of Baptists tliroughout the
airy.: He has 1 ever, shown himself
a man of vision and' true statesman
ship.' He carried with him a wis
dein and hope that ever inspired his
associates. His kindly spirit ; and
great fact have accounted for his un
usual fluccesB in dealing with the
difBonrt-problems -of Negro education.
With full faith in the future he haa
ever cnampionea the cause of thoBe
for whom he labored. ! Of such a
mould, waa the man- whose very life
has been an inspiration and a bene
diction, and whose name is now the
mblem of all high purposes-and no
ble ' resolve for every man who en
ters Morehouse College..
We lament the passing of this
great soul' the man after whom our
institution Is named, the man whose
,1ife and character we strive to emu
late as Ideal for . "Greater " Morehouse."
The following resolutions have been
passed by the teachers and students
cf the College: .' '
Whereas, It has pleased our Heav
nly Father to take unto Himself our
beloved friend and brother, Henry
Lyman Morehouse, and
Whereas. We realize that in the
death of Dr. Miorehnuse, who served
the American Baptist Home Mission
Society, for nearly forty years, the
cause of Missions and Education
loses a wise counsellor, a great
hearted beneflactor, and a faithful
Whereas, We ' vememher that
tliroughout his eighty years, of serv
ice Dr. Morehouse has labored un
tiringly for the good of his country,
for the advancement of the Kingdom
of Christ, in sturdv pioneer effort In
the- JVest, .in the making of (great
. plans for the flautist denomination,
and in- work for the Negro as for all
oiner struggling peoples, eevr prov
ing himself a Christain statesman
and a far-seeing patriot; "how, there
fore, be It
Resolved. First. That we, the teach
ers and students of Morehouse Col
lege, in chapel assembled, do hereby
express- our great sense of loss in
the death of the man whose name
cur- institution hears, and who has
given it so much of Its best tradi
Second, That we-realize that not
only ou.r.,eo,rcee. and not ;only Negro
Baptists, but humanity at large has
.-lost a friend;
Third, That we here highly re
solve to emulate this rioble Christian
example. .'and to seek, eevr to give
our ( best to God, to our college, Tind,
our native land. ' ' '
For the faculty '
"'" -'-John Hope. ! President.
. . ' Benlamln Brawlev, Dean.
' . S. H. Archer.
For the students ' 1
.jjr , J. E. Nance, Pres. ,Y. M. C.
;,' R, R. Richard,
, J. P. Barbour.
Dr. White is a brother-in-law of Mrs
Qlenime White, the acUve official n
the Grand Court of Calanthe. H Tid mi a a
reared in this city, Dr. A. H. Dyson, it
wuu ue remempeired, married Miss
Estlier Pdockard who is a graduate of
the city schools, a graduate of Fisk
University and waa the society editor
oi ine nasuvjue Globe. Aoknowledg
ment ot ' this was sent them.
XOU ARE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL , CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.
NEGRO PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Hours 2-9 p. m. daily. 2-8 pJ m.,
Sundays. Closed . on Wednesdays.
Story ' Hour Saturday , , Mother's
bay wil), be observed from, 3 to 4
p. m. ; . . , , . . . .. .
Gilt-Prof. Shaw of : FUk Univer
sity gave five volumes of scientific
works. : . ., , , ,
Mother's : Day The Ever i Ready
Girls, of Uie Bethlehem House and
the Forward Quest Girls will cele
brate Mother's Day Sunday, May 13,
Health Weel was oliserved at State
Normal last1 week.' Tire following ad
dressed the 'students and- gave tliera
splendid suggestions and helps rela
tive to laWs of health:- Dr. H. H.
Shoulders, Dr. J. It. Hale and Dr. C.
V. Roman. i . ; : .'; . i i
The Metropolitano. Insurance Com-
liany1 also rendered excellent: service
in HlistribBtiiig literature through the
two -nurses employed to look after
the"iok who belong to this company.
The nurses. Misses Lyttle and Far-
nell,' together' with a representative
from the 'Insurance company, visit
ed the ; Institution Wednesday last. (i
'Theb all team lg oft on a tour In'1
West' Tennessee, also ' the ' famous
quartet under -the direction of Prof.
Ryder. - Miss Ciognian - accompanied
them. The concerts given by them
in that section of the state are a
great success, and the people are
high in their praise for State Normal
talent. . '
! President . Haje. has just L returned
-from a trip in the western part. of
the state, " whee' he witnessed some
of tht ball games of the Normal team,
also some of the -concerts given by
May 1st an: immense crowd wit
nessed the May Day exercises' of
State Normal. Tennis, races, physi
cal exercises and athletic drills
featured the program of the day.
At 7:30 the same evening the stu
dents and friends were called to
the chapel, where they listened to a
splendid lecture by Mr. H. A. Mor
gan on "Farming and Gardening,"
urging the people to begin work at
once. After the lecture movies were
operated by Prof. Anderson. ,
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North Carolina. On TnesCay evening,
May 22nd, the annual Boston Trinity
Church Prize Contest will be held. On
the 23rd the annual Class Day exer
cises. The program for Commencement
Dayv Thursday, May 24th has, been di
vided into two parts. The program Is
Part 110:00 A. M.
Music, "The Lark at Morn." Choir.
1. Salutatory: "Machinery, the Chief
servant of the Dairyman" (Illustrat
ed.) Ern'est Frazier, Selma, Alabama,
2. "The Development of Tailoring
(Illustrated), Robert N. Scott, Fal
mouth, Jamaica, B. W. I.
-3. Music: "Rockin" Time." Girls'
4. "The Devices for Saving Labor In
the Home (Illustrated), Miltrude Ber
nloe Beveriy, Galveston, Texas.
5. ""The Machinery of a Business Of
fice (Illustrated), James Julius C.
Flood,- -f)wioili, Alsbama.
friends ol the school ire' cord iaJIy hi-'
vitd to attend ' th Commencunieu
Exercises. Persons. Who xe planning
to visit juskegee during this period
should w(j:Pjiifcipia R. Rs. .ilortAn,
In order that accomodations maybe
arrangeAi ' i:"-: " r : .- ' !-
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Mr. John H. Green Leaves
The Commercial Club.
Nashville will LdflS another KOoOr
law-abiding cltieu-! Everybody wisa
es uim well.
Th'e New ; Headwaiter r
Of The Commercial
" v " Club,. . ;
REVM ELBERT W.,-MOORE,' D. D.,
Chairman of the Foreign Mission
Tlnn.J k4t,n'LVni:nnnl! TI ..... i ...
vention ( unincorporated ), who will (Boy's Chous.
be in N'ashvtlle next -month. ' Dr. "7. "New Helps for the RuvjaiUlinls
Mo'ore W pastor of feco'nd Baptist tor," (Illustrated), ("Ismay J Robinson,
Church, at Columbus, Ohio, but1 Mandeville,' Jamaica, B. W. I.
was for iifneteejCVears,the most I S. t'VItalizing the Daily. Program lu
prominent pastor in -Philadelphia. I the Scihool Room" (Illustrated), Willie
He has jUBt been named iy the May Durant, Atlanta, Georgia.
Ima.Vor of Colmntnis as ione of ihei it. "The Pig ait Kconomio Factor on
fivem embers of 'a U-e i-ommiasion, the Farm (Illustrated), Sylvester San-
ne tiemg tne onir coioieu member. ford Davis, Waugh, Alabama.
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Mr.,. John H. Green, the popular
lieadwaiter of the Commercial , Club,
resigned his pos-itiou to Accept a po
sition in Cleveland, Ohio, at the
Athletic Club. Much regret was ex-
pressed: by . meniliei of, the club and
employees: A reception was held at
the Great Northern Place, Monday
afternoon : at . 3 oVlock, , Speeches'
were -made by. - friends .- and fellow
workers. The principle talks were
made by - B. Hr January, James -AV.
Eakins,-O.: 0. ,Clemlenen and T. . U
StockelL who niade a nice talk In
presenting a pair of : gold, euff but
tons and- stick pin, after-which Mr.
,T. H. Greeu made a stirring speech.
Mr. B. II. January naked all to join
in singing "My country, 'ftW, of nflee."
MAY 24TH TUSKEGEE
Prof. Kelly Miller to Deliver Com
mencement Address Class Of '07
r . to Hold Reunion"
Dr. Jaimes G. Hardin left the rtty
Moiwliay for his home in Dallas, after
spending a few weeks with relatives
he wll go to Austin to meet the Texas will be held, the principal speaker lie
Board. I tag Rev. C. C. Alleyne of Charlotte,
Tuskegee Institute, Alabama, May 7,
1917. .May. 24th has been set aside as
the day for the Commencement Exer
cises here. The Commencement Ser
mon will be preached on Sunday, May
20th, by Rabbi Max Heller of New
Orleans, Louisiana. On -Monday, May
21stj the -Commencement Exercises of
the Phelps Hall Bible Training School
10. Music: Medley of National Airs
Orchestra and School.
part 112:00 P. M.
Musi-c: Anvil Chorus (Verdi), Choir.
Industrial Exhibition. .
Z Valedictory : , "The Wonders of
Modem Machinery ," Abraham Hill,
3. Music: Toreador (from Carmen),
4. Alumni Address: Dr. A. B. Mf
Kenzie, '07, iTust-Hloosa, Alabama,
' .5. Music: "Go to Sleep, my Dusky
Baby," Girls' Olicrus. f .
t: Commencement' Address: Prof.
Kelley Miller Dean of College of Arts
and Sciences, "llowarxl University,
Washington, D. C.
7. The Tuskegee Song.
S. Awarding of Diplomas.
. The Hallelujah Chorus, Ohoir.
Among other features of Commence
ment Week are the exhibition of Physi
cal Training by the young women
students; the Cadets Prize Drill and
the Inter-society Declamatory Con
test. Graduates, former students and
b J,, -..r t . N
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I " S " " ' -' K
Mi.; 0.' 0. Clendenen, an enerretltf
younsf nian ' and ; president of tt
Young Men's Cooperative Club, MO
ceeded Mr? J. "II. Green1 a- headwalt '
er of the Commercial Club.
YOU ABE v INVITED TO THJ.
SUNDAY " SCHOOL - C0NQMS8.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 1S-18. i
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Manor Woman '
T Uke oriers lor wiH .pper Cleaia
., . . fnralUre polish. Apply to
NA8HVILL Ktil.OHK OFFICE
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Made to Grow I If f
LondSnff HU ?
Iter bair waa napyy
and hbrt until th
used Exlnte and
now tha can onmb It,
u It if 24lachealuD,
nft itm) ilky.
MISS SADIE BELL.
Who will visit Nashville during the
Sunday School Congress and who
is one of tho active Sunday school
workers of her state,
'Don't be footed all your life'by ualnel
some fake Dreotiration which claim 1
to Btraiirhtea kinkv hair. You are lust
fooling yourself by uaing It. Kinky
hair cannot be made straight., You
roust have hair first. Now this
is a Hair Grower which feeds the scalp
and roots of the hair and mnkes kinky
nappy hair grow long, soft and silky.
It cleans dandruff end stops Falling
Hair at once. Price 25c by mail on
receipt of stamps or coin.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
Writ for Particular
rO MEDICINE CO. ATLANTA, i
YOU AEE INVITED TO ' THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN., JUNE 13-18.
1917.. . .
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Wi L Porter Subscribes
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Dmrtng the recenit Y. M. C. A. Cam
palgaj tor the $20,000.00 Mr. Wj L.
Poflter, Bdl'tor of The East Tewnes.
see News, wired his ' subscription to
Henrjn A.' Boyd, Chairman of the Com
mttee of Management for One Hun
dred Dollars. Upon the Tecedpt of this
tele?ram much enthuaiasim . was ere
atedi'Mir. Porter is well known to the
' Nasfwille people amd is often in the
city. v ' --
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Drs'White and Dyson
Proving their loyalty and devotion
to 'Nashvilile in her recent Y. M. C: A.
Camipalgm. Dr. Goo. Wihite, formerly
of this city, amd a gradiufete of Me
harry .M'ediieal Xollega, amd .Drl 'A. H.
Dyson, wll)o is .lso a graduate of Me
harry Medical College, both of whom
The Greiatest Of All
UMDAY SCHOOL MEETING
Will be the 12th Annual Session of the
The calling together of all the leading Sunday School workers of the
present age. This GREAT CONGRESS meets in Nashville, Tennessee,
Write and secure your stopping place now as hundreds of such letters
are received at headquarters daily.
For any information whatever about the Congress, write enclosing
a two-Cent stamp to the
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS
HENRY A: BOYD, Secretary
s ! ' ' ' ...
523 Second Avenue, North
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