Special Notice.

A USEFUL little book which should be in the hands of the members of every intelligent household is "The Human Foot and the Art of Shoeing," by Dr. Samuel Appleton, author of "The Hygiene of the Foot." It contains a vast amount of practical common sense compressed into a comparatively brief space, and the advice it gives, in the clearest and most coherent manner, is invaluable. The explanation of the structure of the foot, with accompanying cuts, must convince any unprejudiced person that the present method of making shoes is, in a great majority of cases, foolish, injurious and destructive of natural beauty. Shoes made on a scientific basis after Dr. Appleton's method have received the endorsement of our best people in literary, professional and social circles. Every one should obtain a copy of his little work, and learn, therefrom, the art of preserving the symmetry of the feet in accordance with the best models, ancient and modern. It has been revised and reissued recently by Dr. Appleton, and it may be obtained of him at 48 Winter street. 56 3t

$2,000 is offered for short stories written by students. Thursday, the new weekly, makes the offer. See sample copies at CRIMSON office or address Thursday, Wood St., Pittsburg, Pa.

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LOST-On Monday afternoon about 4 o'clock a pocketbook containining a sum of money, on Thurston's steps. Finder will receive liberal reward on returning same to 11 Wendell street.

TO LET-House of 14 rooms, 35 Langdon St. Estate suitable for professor. Inquire at house.


Mr. Tupper, manager of Pach's studio, has taken several very successful pictures of the Harvard team, while playing with Pennsylvania. Orders may be left at the studio.

TUTORING IN FRENCH-Lessons given by a native Frenchman who has a very good knowledge of English, either at his residence, 1,504 Washington street, Boston, or at the students' rooms. References from Professor F. C. de Sumichrast.


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

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.

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

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.