EIDER-DOWN robes are warm and wear just as long as the blanket wraps which cost three times as much. We can show you a large variety of patterns in both eider-down and Turkish toweling at prices ranging from $2.00 to $7.00.
J. W. BRINE, 1312 and 1436 Mass. Ave.ACCORDING to Dr. Sargent's measurements A. W. Lovering is the strongest man in Harvard.
Photographs showing back, front and side views of chest development and views showing muscles of the back from the head to the heels will be published in the Friday morning's Boston Journal, for sale at Thurston's, Amee's, Memorial Hall and Foxcroft.
SEE today's Boston Journal for photographs of A. W. Lovering, the strongest man at Harvard.
TO LET.- Suite No. 11 in Hilton Block. For further information apply to Janitor of Hilton. 67 6
SUITS cleansed and pressed for 75 cts.; trousers 20 cts., called for and returned in good order. Drop a postal.
L. G. MACKEIGAN, 15 Brattle St. Just opposite Post Office.48 tf
THE Harvard Index is out. Price, 75 cents. Directory of students; home and college address; and members of all clubs. You should have one. 66 tf
Come and try Youngs until the Christmas vacation, then make up your mind afterwards. Our club tables are unsurpassed. The hours for breakfast are from 8 until 10.30. One room empty. Come for it. General table starts Monday.
YOUNG'S, 15 Bow street.56 tf
HARVARD strong man, A. W. Lovering has been photographed for the Boston Journal. Back, front and side views showing chest development and a view showing the back muscles from the head to heels published in today's Boston Journal.
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Party being formed for Washington, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Rate, $7.52, $6.72, $4.80. Round trip, $15.04, $13.44, $9.60.
J. FREEMAN MARSTEN, 39 Thayer Hall.Office hours 1.30-4; 6.30-9 p. m. 62 8
Boston's four striking photographs of A. W. Lovering, the strong man, in today's Boston Journal contains full reports ol all news of interest, including sports of all kinds, for sale at Thurston's, Amee's, Memorial Hall and Foxcroft.
MENU of today's Table d'hote dinner at the French Restaurant, 3 Linden street, from 12 to 2 and 6 to 7 p. m.; 50c. Soups: Fish Chowder; Mock Turtle. Fish: Smelts au gratin. Joints: Roast Beef; Boiled Leg of Lamb, Mint Sauce. Entree: Chicken hash on toast. Vegetables: Peas and Potatos. Dessert: Bread Pudding. Coffee.
First class board. Club room and tables.