Special Notice.

SADDLE horses and ponies to rent by the month. Safe for ladies to ride. Apply, Row E. Dixon, or R. J. Stephenson, Lakewood, N. J.

45 4tSONG RECITAL. - One of the most interesting recitals announced this season is that of Miss Marie Brema, the mezzo soprano of the Damrosch German Opera Co., and Mr. Plunket Greene, the noted young basso, who will be heard at Music Hall next Tuesday afternoon, April 9th. Miss Brema has been the artistic sensation of the year both in New York and Boston, and the demand for her services outside the opera has been very large. Mr. Greene has made a splendid name for himself both in England and America for his oratorio work and artistic ballad singing, and the combination of two such talented artists will surely be productive of fine results. Prices will range from 75c. to $1.50, and are now on sale at the hall.

THE Cambridge Safe Deposit and Trust Co., at No. 424 and 426 Harvard St., cor. of Linden, 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 balances 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.

tfDANCING CLASS. - Mrs. L. J. Chandler's dancing class, Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport. Address, corner of Main and Inman streets. Private lessons.

HOUSE 898 Mass. Ave. Cambridge has changed hands. To let, elegantly furnished front rooms with bath; also first class table board; also a room for club table for students.


43 3tA NEW book, "Uncle Sam's Church," has just appeared which bids fair to have a national success, The author, John Bell Bouton, considers the impossibility of a State religion, and advocates a National Patriotic Cult to take its place. To secure this new patriotism the people must have every day patriotic inspirations. The placing of the Federal Constitution and the Declaration of Independence in every post office, the free distribution by Congress of tracts on the lives of Washington (including his Farewell Address), Adams, Madison and Monroe, is but one of the methods to further this cult. The facilities which congress has for doing this work well and at the same time cheaply are thoroughly explained by the author. The plan is not only possible but can not help appealing to every true American. Lamson, Wolffe & Co., Publishers, Boston.