The person who took the purse from the desk in the Co-operative office is asked to return the same at once, to avoid further trouble.
Lost.- A book containing notes in History I, having the owner's name, F. S. Palmer, on the cover. Will the finder please leave it at Leavitt and Peirce's.
FRESHMAN FRENCH. I will translate, with comments, 100 pages or more of Madame Therese, shortly before the examination, at a time and place to be announced later. Those who intend to come will please drop me a card, and they will be informed as to particulars. E. H. Babbitt, 5 Stoughton.
Tutoring in History 13, History 15, and Political Economy 4, by one who has taken all three courses and highest honors in History (including Political Economy 4) in 1884. Apply in person, or by letter, to C. R. Saunders, 50 North Avenue.
For sale.- A 52-inch Pope Special Bicycle, in good condition. Apply at No. 1 Holyoke street, room 3.
For sale.- A Harvard 53- inch bicycle, black all over, new tires, lengthened handle bars, rubber handles, long-distance saddle, cradle-springs, ball-baearing pedals, etc., etc. Apply at 25 Appleton street, before 3 P. M. Price, $70.
J. F. Noera has greatly improved his facilities for fitting tennis flannels. Only the best cutters employed. Holyoke street, opposite Holyoke House.
J. F. Noera has removed to Holyoke Street, opposite Holyoke House, where be will continue his business as usual.
J. Dudley Hall, Organist of the Church of St. John the Evangelist, Boston, will receive pupils in pianoforte, organ playing, and harmony. Thorough grounding in harmony and technical principles guaranteed. 125 Tremont St., room 8, Boston.