A teacher of two years experience, now studying in the University, will take a few pupils to tutor in German, speaking or reading, or in lower mathematics. For hours, etc., address German, care Leavitt & Pierce.
Lost. A red setter dog. Four white feet, white breast, white spot on tip of nose and of tail. Answers to name of "Wilde." Especially valued by owner, as a gift. A suitable reward will be given to the finder. Apply 46 Mt. Auburn St.
A few water-color sketches by Miss Bulfinch, of different views of the college yard and buildings, have been placed on sale at the University Bookstore.
Weather Strips for windows and doors are now necessary to keep out the November winds, also outside windows. Powers has the inside track on these. Some choice second-hand and misfit cushions for sale cheap. Lee L. Powers, 30 Boylston St.
Students. We make co-operative discount to all students in Athletic, Aquatic and Gymnasium goods, Bathing Robes, Dressing Gowns, Smoking jackets, Tennis Shoes and all kinds of Fine Furnishing Goods. Warranted English Mackintosh, $10.00. You will save money by visiting my store, 436 Harvard Street. J. F. Noera.
To Let. A newly papered room, No. 31 Read's Building. Will be let furnished or unfurnished at great reduction. Apply at 4 Holworthy.
$50 Reward. The above reward will be paid to any one who has clothes soiled or stained if I fail to remove the same, (provided the stain is not from any kind of acid). J. F. Noera, 436 Harvard Street.
250th Anniversary. J. W. Brine, general college outfitter, gents' fall and winter underwear, gents' collars and cuffs, neckwear, hosiery and suspenders, dress shirts, dress ties and dress gloves. 10 and 11 Harvard Row.
For sale at a bargain in closing an estate. A superb copy of Vaille & Clark's Harvard Book, 1875, 2 vols, large quarto, full cloth, gilt edges. Profusely illustrated with portraits of college celebrities, views of buildings, Club rooms, etc. The most complete collection of historical papers concerning Harvard University and its surroundings ever made. A limited number of copies were published by subscription and the work is not now upon the market. The copy advertised is fresh and unused. Cost $39. Will be sold for $35. Address S. B., office of the CRIMSON.
$100 a week! Ladies or gentlemen desiring pleasant profitable employment write at once. We want you to handle an article of domestic use that recommends itself to every one at sight. Staple as flour. Sells like hot cakes. Profits 300 per cent. Families wishing to practice economy should for their own benefit write for particulars. Used every day the year round in every household. Price within reach of all. Circulars free. Agents receive sample free. Address, Domestic Manufacturing Company, Marion, Ohio.