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The Guilford Hotel
GREENSBORO, N. C.
Double Service Cafeteria and Cafe
Located in the center of
district and operated on the
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Guilford Hotel Company
M. W. Sterne, Manager
District, and at one time Republican
National Committeeman for North Car-
olina, died of pneumonia at his home in
Charlotte on December 13. He was born
in Charlotte July 20, 1866, the son of
Col. John Lindsay Morehead and Sarah
Smith Morehead. He received his A.B.
degree from the University in 1886. In
1893 he was married to Miss Mary Gar-
rett of Marietta, Ga.
Mr. Morehead was extensively inter-
ested in manufacturing and farming.
He was vice-president of the Leaksville
Woolen Mills at Spray and the Thrift
Manufacturing Company, and he was a
director of the Highland Park Manufac-
turing Company. He was a member of
the sixty-first congress, 1909-1911, from
the Fifth North Carolina district, and
was named as a member of the Repub-
lican national committee in 1916.
His wife, with three children, survive
him. They are John Lindsay More-
head, Miss Catherine Morehead and
—Hunter Sharpe, United States Consul
to Edinburgh, Scotland, native of Har-
rellsville, Hertford county, N. C, died
in Edinburgh on December 17.
He was vice-consul at Osaka and
Hioga, Japan in 1886 to 1899 and vice
and deputy consul there from 1900 to
1902. Since that time he had held div-
ers places as vice-consul, consul, and
consul-general at Kobe, Japan; Mos-
cow, Russia ; Lyons, France ; ._ Belfast,
Ireland, and Edinburgh, Scotland.
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