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YES, I really think Griffith's at 7 Brattle street, Harvard square, is one of the best conducted barber shops I ever saw. I always feel satisfied when I get my hair cut there. They take so much pains in trimming it to have it look just so. Of course they make a specialty of hair-cutting. Get Griffith to hone your razor.

TYPEWRITING, Weaver 44 College House

THE old stand at Foster's is the best place in Cambridge to get a good lunch. All kinds of temperance drinks. 7 tf

HAVE you had samples of Turkish Cigarettes with Harvard crest? It is quite the proper thing. The WalkerRintels Drug Co., 244 Boylston street, corner Church; 128 Massachusetts avenue, corner Boylston street, Boston, Sole Agents. Plain and gold tip. 19 t

DANCING CLASS.- Mrs. S. J. Chandler's meets at Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport, Tuesday nights. Private lessons by appointment. Residence, 290 Harvard street, corner of Clinton street. 2 tf

DANA CHAMBERS-Double or single suites in this Dormitory on Dunster street, can now be engaged. First story fireproof. Best of plumbing. Moderate prices. Send for circulars or call at Cambridge Savings Bank, Cambridge. 6 tf

A SPECIAL offer to the Harvard students this season. The best suit for value ever offered at twenty-five dollars. Call and examine. L. Pinkos, Tailor, 1122 Mass. Ave., Cambridge. tf

INSURE your furniture, books, clothing, etc., through Hill, Dean and Co., 27 State street, Boston. Average rates 75 cents on $100 for one year. 22 tf

ELLIS and MELLEDGE.- Real Estate and Insurance. Every student should have insurance on his furniture, clothes, and books; $2.00 and upwards. Prescott Hall-A few suites for next year, prices reduced. tf

GEORGE T. MOFFATT is the only short-hand stenographer in Cambridge that makes a specialty of students' work. He pays special attention to typewriting Themes, Theses, Forensics and Briefs. Low rates for Dictation. Crimson office.

UNDER the auspices of the Universal Brotherhood and the London Wagner Society, Mrs. Alice Leighton Cleather and Mr. Basil Crump, from the London Wagner Society, will give a mystical interpretation of the principal works of Richard Wagner, Illustrated by music and stereopticon views, at Steinert Hall, Monday, March 21, at 8.15 p. m. Reserved Seats 75 and 50 cents. On sale at Messrs. Steinert and Sons. 25 4

THE college men who have not received the Newell Calendar may have one by calling at Pach's Studio. 25 5

MISS POST'S School for Instruction in Dancing at Pierce Hall, Copley Square, Boston. Private lessons a specialty. Monday evenings a special class for instruction in the new dances. Office hours 9-11 a. m. daily. 1 tf

STUDENTS.- Buy and Sell your College Text Books at the Harvard Book Store, 33 Brattle St. 1 tf

COLLEGE men who ride bicycles may like to know where there is a first-class Bicycle Repair Shop. Such can be found at Newman's, 1288 Mass. Ave., opp. the College Library. All work done on the premises, by first-class machinists. Send in your wheels before the rush and have them put in good shape for the season. Agent for the Dayton, White, Featherstone, Harvard Crimson, and Harvard Special wheels. Prices $30 to $75. Catalogues ready.

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