TUTORING.- Greek, Latin, German and French courses.
J. H. WALDEN, PH. D., 13 Mt. Auburn Street.31 15
TUTORING-French A, 1a, 1b, 1c, 2a, 2c. Approved by department, 1897-98.
LUCIEN E. TAYLOR, A. M. (Harvard), Instructor, Brown University, 1896-97.
10 Oxford street.59 7
TYPEWRITING, Manifolding, Shorthand. W. E. Weaver '98, 44 College House. 45 tf
STUDENTS.- Buy your second-hand text books at the Harvard Book Store, near Post Office, 33 Brattle St. 1-tf
EXCELLENT board and good service can be obtained for $6.00 per week at 1190 Mass. Ave., opposite Beck Hall. Club tables to let. Transients accommodated. 7 tf
CHRISTMAS is approaching. Students desiring to send pictures to their families or friends are recommended to go to Pach Bros., College photographers for 20 years: Class rates to Seniors.
REDUCED RAILROAD FARES.- To Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and all points South and West. J. F. Marsten, 39 Thayer Hall. Office hours: 1.30 to 2.30 and 6 to 7. 64 10
FOR $4.00 you can get a splendid pair of black, heavy shoes, leather lined, made for hard winter wear and skating. The best for the money ever seen. Come in and look at this line before you purchase a pair of shoes.
NEWMAN THE SHOEMAN.GEO. T. MOFFATT, Stenographer.- Theses and Themes typewritten on short notice. Dictation work a specialty. Crimson office.
WASHING carefully done. Gentlemen's shirts a specialty. Mrs. Moriarty, 154 Franklin street. 64 2
TENOR with fine voice and good reader can receive vocal lessons and give services in return in church. I have trained many Glee Club men. Voices tested free. R. N. Lister, 19 Putnam avenue, Cambridge.
LOST.- On Friday evening in Sanders Theatre a gentleman's green silk umbrella. A reward will be given to any one returning it to 94 Brattle street.