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PHOTOGRAPHIC Printing and Developing for amateurs. Lantern slides and bromide enlargements made to order. Glue mountings in albums or on cards for portfolios a specialty. K. M. Hill, 181 Tremont street, Boston, Mass.; take elevator. 38 15

DANCING CLASS.- Mrs. L. J. Chandler's class for beginners commences Tuesday, at 8 p. m. Private Lessons. Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport. 1-e o d-tf

SCRIBNER'S beautiful edition of Kipling. Their celebrated Thistle edition of Stevenson. Houghton, Mifflin and Co.'s superb edition of Hawthorne, Lowell, Emerson, Holmes, Whittier and Longfellow (350 choice engravings; the only illustrated edition published). Villon's edition of the Arabian Nights (unexpurgated), very rare. All the standard authors in all bindings, all editions. All books or sets published, complete sets delivered at once and payments of $1.00 or $2.00 per month entirely satisfactory. Lowest cash prices guaranteed. Address, X, CRIMSON office. 57 2t

COLLEGE POSITIONS OPEN.- We have been asked to recommend candidates for the following college positions: Professor of Physics, Engineering and Meteorology ($2000), English Literature ($2400), Greek ($1200), Latin and Greek ($1000), Mathematics ($1200), Science ($1200), Modern Languages ($1000), English ($1200), Philosophy ($1100), Instructor in Chemistry ($800). Beacon Teachers' Agency, 731 and 832 Tremont Temple, Boston. 57 3

LOST.- In the Semitic Library in Sever Hall, a silver pencil. As the owner is very anxious to recover it, the finder will receive a reward of $1 on returning the pencil to the Crimson office.

AGENTS WANTED-For War in Cuba, by Senor Quesada, Cuban representative at Washington. Endorsed by Cuban patriots. In tremendous demand. A bonanza for agents. Only $1.50. Big book, big commissions. Everybody wants the only endorsed, reliable book. Outfits free. Credit given. Freight paid. Drop all trash, and make $300 a month with War in Cuba. Address today, The National Book Concern, 352-356 Dearborn St., Chicago. 33-30t

"LIFE AT HARVARD."- Robert Grant '73 and E. S. Martin '77, have made the Harvard contribution for the "Scribner's Magazine" articles on "Undergraduate Life at American Universities." W. H. Hyde has drawn the jillustrations, from life. The Harvard articles appear in the May number, which is now ready.

A special inducement is being offered to Harvard students who subscribe for Scribner's Magazine this month. Apply, Scribner's, care of Harvard Crimson.

FLYING DUTCHMEN.- The vocal score of "The Flying Dutchmen," will be ready May 1. Advance orders taken at Briggs and Briggs's, Cambridge, and at all music stores in Boston. Price $1.25 net.

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