NEGRO GIRLS' SCHOOL READY.
Mrs. William's Institution Will Be Open for Visitors Tomorrow
The Mrs. V. J. Williams Domestic Training School for Negro Girls, 1322 Jackson avenue, will be open for public inspection Thursday and visitors will be entertained at a reception between the hours of 2 and six in the afternoon. The forty negro girl pupils of Mrs. Williams will serve refreshments and give an exhibition of their cooking.
The purpose of the school, which has the unqualified indorsement of the women's clubs and occupies a building provided and equipped by the board of education, is to train negro girls to become useful and efficient servants, cooks, and housekeepers. The advisory board is made up of prominent club women. The members are: Mrs. I. M. Ridge, Mrs. J. K. Henderson, Mrs. Henry C. Flower, Mrs. Whitefield Samis, Mrs. Paul Paquin, Mrs. A. E. Raymond, mrs. A. W. Byers, Mrs. C. T. Neal, Mrs. George A. Addison, Mrs. Fred Trigg, Mrs. John Thatcher and Mrs. H. H. McClure.
All women interested in solving the servant problem are invited to visit the school next Thursday afternoon.