TUTORING IN FRENCH-Lessons given by a native Frenchman who has a very good knowledge of English, either at his residence, 1504 Washington street, Boston, or at the students' rooms. References from Professor F. C. de Sumichrast.
PHILIPPE LA ROCHELLE.50, 3t
The attraction at the Park Theatre for this week, is Hoyt's funniest play, "A Black Sheep," which last season ran three months at that house, and was taken off only because of engagements elsewhere that could not be cancelled. The company is still headed by that bright and clever comedian, Otis Harlan, whose impersonation of Goodrich Mudd, otherwise known as "Hot Stuff," the young man who prefers to remain in Tombstone rather than go to New York and enjoy the fortune bequeathed him, is remembered by play-
ROOM-MATE wanted for third floor college room facing Yard with a chance of signing for next year. Terms very favorable. Address, CRIMSON Office.
goers as one of the most delightful performances of the season at the Park. Harlan is unequalled in his line of comedy; his humor is spontaneous, his methods original. his action brisk, and there is never a dull moment when he is on the stage. Most of his associates in the cast who won so much favor during his former visit, are still with him, including, of course, William DeVere, the quaint Arizona editor. The Queen of Burlesque is this season played by Miss Ada Dare. Mr. Hoyt has introduced a number of new and exceedingly amusing scenes. The engagement is for two weeks.
Wide awake men are fast getting on to the fact that a Crawford Shoe at $6, $5 or even $4, is fully as good as a $10 or $12 custom made shoe.
DANCING CLASSES. Mrs. L. J. Chandler's class opens as follows: Cambridgeport, Odd Fellows Hall, Tuesdays, 8 p. m. Residence, corner Mass. Ave. and Inman st. Private lessons by appointment.
WANTED.- One or two men who are willing to help in evening educational work. Leave address with educational director, Cambridge Social Union.
HANDEL AND HAYDN SODIETY.- Gentlemen who are interested in oratorio music and who have good voices and some knowledge of reading are invited to become members of the society. Harvard men especially welcome. Names and addresses may be sent to Charles W. Stone, secretary, 68 Chestnut street, Boston. 47 6t
ANNOUNCEMENT.- Mesdames Cates and Hall beg leave to announce that they have opened Select Dining Tables at No. 17 Story street, Cambridge. Special attention will be paid to catering for students' clubs.
Mrs. Cate's long experience at the Waverly House, Charlestown, Brant Rock House, and Women's Industrial Union, will insure a high degree of excellence both in cuisine and service. References given and required. 14 tf
SHOES cleaned and polished each day for the rest of the year for $10.00. Johnston, at Marks's barber shop. 19 tf
TUTORING.- F. L. Meredith B. S., High School experience. Trigonometry, Geometry, Algebra, all the sciences, including full work in Chemistry and Physics. Call or address, 8 Ellery street. tf
The Cambridge Safe Deposit and Trust Co., at No. 1300 Massachusetts Avenue, corner of Linden street, transacts a general banking business. Checks will be cashed on any Bank or Banking House in the U. S. and interest is allowed upon daily ballances subject to check. Special attention given to accounts with officers and students of the University. Banking hours 8 to 2. Safety Vaults open from 8 a. m. to 2, and 5 to 6 p. m. tf
Step into a Crawford Shoe Store and examine the make and quality of a Crawford Shoe at $6.00, $5.00 or even $4.00.
TUTORING IN MATHEMATICS. Address C. L. Lawrence, 94, 6 Maple avenue. References. 25 6t mwf.