YOUNG'S, 15 Bow St. Room for three club tables. Seats at the general table. House renovated, electric lights, new chef, cuisine fine. Verdict of the 'Varsity eleven, which eats there as usual.
HARVARD MEN.- Ducharme's barber shop is the only one reserved for your patronage in Cambridge. For years with Young's Hotel. Now post office block. At popular prices. Bring your razors for sharpening, etc. 2-tf
DANCING CLASS.- Mrs. S. J. Chandler's meets at Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport, Tuesday nights. Term opens Oct. 12. Private lessons by appointment. Residence next city hall. 2 tf
IT IS A FACT that for $3.00 you can get a first-class looking and wearing shoe at Newman's; for $4.00 a very nice tan, black, enamel or patent leather. Give us a trial. Be sure you see the name on the window.
NEWMAN THE SHOEMAN, Opposite the College Library.14 tf
TRINITY HALL.- Front suite (three rooms); two suites with southerly exposure, double bedrooms, steam heat, hot and cold water and electric lights in each suite. Rental $150. Apply to janitor. 14 tf
Mr. C. H. Moerenhout, soloist, (pupil of Ysaye) will give private instruction to Harvard students. Hours of consultation: Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon, Sever's Bookstore. Information may be obtained from Professor J. K. Paine. 9 6
STUDENTS.- Buy your second-hand text books at the Harvard Book Store, near Post Office, 33 Brattle St. 1-tf
TO LET.- A good room, No. 1256 Massachusetts avenue. Study faces south and west; bedroom south. Good sun. Thirty-five (35) dollars bonus. 16 2
FINE table board, with first-class service, $6.00 per week, at 96 Prescott St. Very near Memorial Hall. 16 2
FRENCH RESTAURANT, 3 Linden St., Hilton's Block. Club room and club tables vacant. General board and transients accommodated.
"CLASS OF 1901." Get all your clothes pressed once a week during college year for $10.00 each. Call at 7 Brattle, or drop postal to L. G. MacKeigan, P. O. Box 36, Cambridge. 4 tf
THE Cantabrigia Club begs leave to call your attention to the following course of lectures and readings to be given in Sanders Theatre, for the benefit of the Radcliffe College Scholarship Fund, on the following evenings at eight o'clock.
Oct. 20, Anthony Hope.
Selections from "The Prisoner of Zenda," "The Dolly Dialogues," "Phroso."
Nov. 17, Mr. Louis Fagan, late of the Department of Prints and Drawings of the British Museum (retired).
"Some of the Treasures of the British Museum." Illustrated.
Dec. 8, F. Marion Crawford.
"Pope Leo XIII, and The Vatican."
Jan.-, John Fox, Jr., Author of "A Cumberland Vendetta," "Hell for Sartin'," "The Kentuckians," etc.
Course tickets, $2.50. Admission to single lecture, $1.00.
For sale at Sever's, Harvard square, after Oct. 6. 11 10
STUDENTS ROOMS.- Read's Dormitory, Boylston St., near College buildings. This avenue leads to Soldier's Athletic Field, Boat Houses and Cambridge Park. A few suites, parlor and two bed rooms and single rooms. Steam heat, bath rooms, hot and cold water. Prices very moderate. Apply to Janitor, Boylston St. 2 tf
JOSEPH J. TRACEY, caterer, 1190 Mass. Ave. Dining rooms for transients. Club tables with seats from 8 to 14. Good service, excellent board. Catering in all its branches given personal attention. Opposite Beck Hall. 7 tf
TO LET.- A finely situated suite of rooms on corner of Mt. Auburn and Holyoke streets. Corner room. Suitable bonus. Apply at 18 Plympton St. 16 2
LOST.- A gold pin with small diamond at the Freshman game on Thursday, near the furthest side line. $3 reward. Apply to G, Crimson office.
FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRY.- Work done by the Harvard Custom Laundry. Goods collected and delivered free of charge. Send postal and team will call. Address 9 Madison St., Cambridge.
WANTED.- Reliable person as exclusive agent for Hills Biography. 50 per cent profit. Copies seen at this office. For particulars address, T. F. McDonald, 124 Washington St., Boston.