THE only strictly college Men's Hair Dressing Room at popular prices, P. O. Block. Mr. Ducharme was for many years at Young's and Adams Houses, Boston. Razors put in good order, etc. 17 tf
MOSELEY'S New Haven House Fronting Yale University has been entirely modernized during the past twelve months. The reputation for the excelence of the table is being sust ained. 33 20
LOST.- In front of Memorial on Thursday, between one and six, a Harvard Special bicycle, 1896 model. Reward is offered for its return to 17 Hastings.
NOTICE TO BICYCLE RIDERS.- There is a club forming at the Gymnasium for the purpose of securing a big discount on wheels. Any one intending to purchase a bicycle would do well to leave his name at the Gymnasium with the janitor, where a sample wheel can be seen, or drop us a postal and we will call. We can get you a '96 or '97 wheel at a big discount. Address Z, Crimson Office. 39 6
A petition is being circulated for the removal of the post-office from its present narrow quarters to a better location. A copy is accessible for signature in the outer office of the Crimson. 39 6
FOR SALE.- A shell, together with sculls. Apply to John Trowbridge, 50 Linnxan street, Cambridge. 38 2
FOR SALE.- The following bicycles (all new) will be sold at a discount: Fowler, Wolff-American, Massasoit, Haliday, Monarch, Warwick. Address, "W," Crimson office. 25 tf
PHOTOGRAPHIC Printing and Developing for amateurs. Lantern slides and bromide enlargements made to order. Glue mountings in albums or on cards for portfolios a specialty. K. M. Hill, 181 Tremont street, Boston, Mass.; take elevator. 38 15
NEGLIGEE Shirts in Madras and Flannel and made to measure from all sorts of wash stuffs at Boardman's, Tremont Building, opposite Parker House.
TO RENT.- Entire main front of house, No. 10 Appian Way, to a club of four to six students for college year '97-'98. Has rented thus in previous years. Enquire at house. 35 6t
LOST.- A blue mackintosh. Finder please return to CRIMSON office. tf
AGENTS WANTED-For War in Cuba, by Senor Quesada, Cuban representative at Washington. Endorsed by Cuban patriots. In tremendous demand. A bonanza for agents. Only $1.50. Big book, big commissions. Everybody wants the only endorsed, reliable book. Outfits free. Credit given. Freight paid. Drop all trash, and make $300 a month with War in Cuba. Address today, The National Book Concern, 352-356 Dearborn St., Chicago. 33-30t