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Lost. In going from Memorial to the library Friday evening, a pair of double focus eyeglasses. Please return to 24 Holworthy.

Tutoring in French II, Chemistry II, N. H. II and N. H. IVa. O. B. Oakman, 18 Hollis.

To let. 26 Hilton block. Liberal bonus. Apply to janitor.

Tutoring in German A and Pol. Econ. I. G. W. Brown. '84, 54 Thayer.

Tutoring in History 1 and 12, Political Economy 4 and Fine Arts 3. Wm. W. Nolen, '84, 6 Little's.

German A, French A, and 1. Thorough preparation for the Mid-years in the above. J. R. Smith, 24 Hollis.

A club of 6 or more gentlemen can be accommodated with board at Mrs. T. H. Brewer's, Brattle Square.

German A, German I, History II, Chemistry A. Tutoring in above by an experienced tutor. C. H. Moore, Stoughton 10.

Two tables of 8 or 10 students can be accommodated with first class board at Mrs. Emery's, 12 Oxford St.

A discount of 11 per cent. allowed to all members of the Co-operative Society at Ray's, Men's furnishing goods store, corner West and Washington streets, Boston. Full dress shirts in stock and to measure, dress bows, gloves, studs and buttons.

Do not suffer from the cold in using the open fire-places, but go to Power's Students' Supply Store, 30 Boylston Street, and get a Harvard or Berkerly stove and be comfortable. Weather strips help to keep out the cold.

Students wishing to have custom-made shirts will do well to see our 6 for $9, and 6 for $12. Custom shirts, Earle & Wilson collars and cuffs, party kids, evening ties, dress shirts, English mackintoches, Hamilton's English pantstretchers, Co-operative discount to all members. J. W. Brine, 10 and 11 Harvard Row next to Post Office.

Students. We make co-operative discount to all students in Athletic, Aquatic and Gymnasium goods, Bathing Robes, Dressing Gowns, Smoking Jackets, Tennis Shoes and all kinds of Fine Furnishing Goods. Warranted English Mackintosh, $10.00. You will save money by visiting my store, 436 Harvard Street. J. F. Noera.

$50 Reward. The above reward will be paid to any one who has clothes soiled or stained if I fail to remove the same, (provided the stain is not from any kind of acid). J. F. Noera, 436 Harvard Street.

$100 a week! Ladies or gentlemen desiring pleasant profitable employment write at once. We want you to handle an article of domestic use that recommends itself to every one at sight. Sample as flour. Sells like hot cakes. Profits 300 per cent. Families wishing to practice economy should for their own benefit write for particulars. Used every day the year round in every household. Price within reach of all. Circulars free. Agents receive sample free. Address. Domestic Manufacturing Company, Marion, Ohio.