MR. F. W. WODELL, Pierce Building, Copley Sq., Boston. Cultivation of the voice upon principles of the Italian School. Pupil of Root, of Chicago and Shakespeare, London. 2 12
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
IT may interest you to know that Newman the Shoeman is a practical shoemaker, takes all measures himself and superintends the making of all custom orders and guarantees the best fitting, best style and best wearing shoes that can be made. The most difficult feet are made to look stylish as well as comfortable. My English last cannot be found elsewhere.
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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. Special rate for rest of College year. Apply to janitor. 20 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
NEWMAN'S $3.00 shoes are well advertising themselves. Our sales are increasing on them every day. In has not yet reached 100 pairs a day but it soon will, for any man who buys one pair will do so again, and recommend his friends to try the $3.00 shoe made by
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FRESHMEN! Don't buy pencils. You can get them for nothing by calling at Pach's Studio, where Mr. Tupper will be pleased to show you all the different athletic and society groups of Harvard.
The Pachs have been class photographers for Harvard, with the exception of three years, since 1878. By paying a visit to the upper room in the library Harvard men will have the privilege of seeing the class photograph albums for many years back. A goodly number of the men there represented have since risen to fame and honor. 8 3
TO RENT.- Good bonus. Corner room in Matthews. South and east exposure. Second floor. Call or address, H. W., 6 Lawrence Hall. 26-4
EXCELLENT board and good service can be obtained for $6.00 per week at 1190 Mass. Ave., opposite Beck Hall. Club tables to let. Transrents accommodated. 7 tf
RARE Old and Modern Engravings and Etchings, and Scarce Old English Sporting Prints in Colors, the collection of A. M. Lion, Esq., late of 434 Fifth avenue, N. Y. (now residing in Europe).
Appropriately Framed, Brilliant Impressions, Rare Examples of Old Colorings.
The Engravings and Etchings include Superb Examples in Colors of George Morland, Francis Bartolozzi, Sir Joshua Reynolds, Richard Cosway, Sir. Thos. Lawrence, Wilkie, Aprian and other celebrated masters.
The Sporting Prints include Fox Hunting, Shooting, Coaching, Steeple Chasing, Cock Fighting, etc., by James Pollard, H. Alken, Herring (Sen'r), Reeves, C. Hunt and others.
On exhibition in our Art Gallery, 32 Bromfield street, Boston, Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 1 and 2. Sale Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 3 and 4, at 10.30 a. m., and 2.30 p. m. each day.
By Lewis J. Bird Co., Auctioneers, 32 Bromfield street, Boston. 28 4
TUTORING.- Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Mineralogy, Zoology, Botany.
Greek, Latin, German, French, English.
PORTER E. SARGENT, A. M., F. HEILIG, A. B., 49 Matthews.Hours, 1 to 2.30; 6.30 to 7.30. 28 10
WANTED.- Two season tickets for Yale game. 36 Matthews Hall, 9.30 to 10 a. m., or 1 to 2 p. m. today.
ANTON DIRINGER.- Tutor in German. Address, care of Leavitt and Pierce.