HARVARD gentlemen desiring instruction in fashionable dancing would do well to attend Mr. and Mrs. Black's young people's class at Cotillion Hall, Huntington avenue. Private lessons and circulars. Address, 204 Dartmouth street, Boston.
TO BE LET.- A furnished suite. One hundred and seventy-five dollars. Also a single room for one hundred and fifty dollars, and one for seventy-five dollars. Heat, light and bath. Apply, 14 Mellen street.
LOST.- Will the person who found a red leather pocket book on or near Holmes Field on Saturday, September 30, kindly return the same to 54 Garfield street, or inform the owner.
ARTHUR E. GREEN '94.TO LET.- Pleasant dining room for club table, also seats at general table. 97 Mt. Auburn street.
TO LET.- Desirable stable arranged for two horses. Good carriage room. Will be let for the season. 97 Mt. Auburn street.
MISS Lilian L. Bangs, stenographer and typewriter copyist. 7 Exchange place, room 20, Boston. Telephone 1047.
WANTED.- A student to show to professors and fellow students the wonderful "Perfect" Open-Book Holder. About everyone who sees it is a purchaser. Apply to Mr. Kimball, CRIMSON office.
ROOMS TO LET.- No 10 Appian Way. House entirely refitted with new furnace and plumbing. Special arrangments will be made for a party of students taking rooms together. Apply on premises. 6 4t
WANTED.- A young man to act as agent for a typewriter. Apply to Mr. Kimball at the CRIMSON office any day at 1.30. 3t