BOSTON, MASS., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1906 5 i
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BOSTON AGENTS FOR
GARRISON HALL CAFE
FOR DEIMEL LINEN-MESH STATIONERY · 1.
TECH STUDENTS UNDERWEAR
AND ENVELOPES i
Cuisine and Service Excellent for Men, Women and Children BOSTON BOND ·i
DISCOUNT MEAL TICKETS
MEN'S CARMENTS WOMEN'S CARMENTS
GEORGE R. HOWARD Made of heavyweight. No.50); or Inedium Mlade of N\o.70, unless or de red otherwise. BUNKER HILL it:
weight, No. 70. We reconmmend No. 50 Women's V'ests, high or low neck; IN VERY LATEST STYLES r·
i for Winter wearand No. 70 for Summer long, half, quarter or no sleeves.
Sizes 30 to 4-i. $3 00 ·'
bMen's Shirts, Sizes 34 to 48. $3.25 Women's l)rawers. Sizes 22 to40. $3.00
Men's Drawers, Sizes 30 to 48. $3.25 .WVomen's Union Suits. To order ENGRAVED INVITATIONS I
only. Ankle or knee lengtl. $6 00
Men's Union Suits, Sizes 34 to 48. $6.50 PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS r·.
'10 '09 '08 '07 Men'sNight Shirts, Sizes14 to20. $5.50
Womlen's Niglltgowns. Al sizes. $5.50
YOUTHS' &MISSES' GARMENTS
Men's Pajamas, Sizes 34 to 48. $7.50 Mlade of No.7O0, ounless ordtlered otherwise FOUNTAIN PENS
MEN All weighltsanl sizes *o(nstantly in stoek
i BOSTON AGENTS Samlllles andl Iool,let mlailed on request. NOTE BOOKS. ·i
Will Receive Prompt Noy Ds Bros. Washington and Summer
Attention at the
ICpTBs IRI 'p
Streets, Boston, U. S. A.
SAMUEL WARD CO. i
Garrison Hall Barber Shop -- I I I i 111 -- I --L I
57-63 FRANKLIN STREET
INSTRUCTORS MEET. MINING ENGINEERING SOCIETY.
BOSTON. MASS. i
MANICURING The regular monthly meeting of A meeting of the TMining Ingin- I __ I
the Instructors' Club w-as held at
eering Society will be held Tues-
the Union Tuesday evening, Mr. day Noveimber 27, ill 2 Rogers at r*
4.30 P m. The subject is "Sum-
Sawyer presiding. After the dis-
THE OLD COLONY PRESS posal of some prelimi nary business tmer Work" and talks w-ill be
Newest Models 'I;
the annual election of officers was given by the following seniors: IN
irinterr held and resulted as follows: Presi-
dent, Mr. Henry L. Seaver; Vice-
R. H. TVilcomb, on the Nome Dis-
trict, Alaska: J. (G. Barry, on STREET and DRESS SHOES
Books, Periodicals, Catalogues President, IMr. Francis H. I)ike; Peekskill, New York: A. O.
Commercial and Society Work Secretary-Treasurer, Mr. Josephll Christensen anld I:. C. Jaccard on $4. to $8.50 :i
C. Riley; Executive Committee, Butte, MIontana. r-
Telephone 1380 Main Messrs Robert Smith and Charles IThe ilembIlbers are urged to give
F. Willard. these meetings their attention as
Mr. George L. Hosiner gave a they have proven very instructive
I52 PURCHASE STREET very interesting talk on " The I. and interesting. Under claslllmen,
Boston, Mass. I. T. Eclipse ExpeditionI to not members, but contemplatilng
ELEVATOR Sumatra." The talk was illus- Ibecomilig such, are invited.
tarted by a number of excellent' Blanks for applicatioll to merm-
-1lantern. slides madle fronm photo- bership may be had fromi- L. C.-
Pinkham's Back Bay Express graphs taken by AIr. Hosumer alnd Hamplton,'o07, K. R. )avis.'o 7, and
Dean 3urton. A. M. l'enly, 'oS. T.E.Moseley & Co.
Hotels Brunswick, Vendome and Lenox CHURCH NOTICE.
145 Tremont St.
TEL. 2668-1 B. B. Students are inv\-ited to send lit- I BOSTON
-1 Church of the Disciples.- A special. eratur e to Mr. Win. Mhce-el, 10 I'er Cent Discount to Tech
service for students is leld the last
Sunday of each lilonth at the
Churclh of the D)icilples, Fenway .
Steward of the Tecl I liioln, to l)e I
distributed )by the Ilostonl Sea-
miat's Frielld hSoeietv asmlong the
I Tech Drug Store : :
S inday, Novelimber 25, at 4. o, sailors inll oston II-arbor. i i
Rev. Idward A. HortloN wvill dle- 1
Special Prices on
Lunch and Coffee House I liver anl address on "Th'llanks-
I givin-g." All are cordially invited. new- board track for tise during tihe
\Williamns College is to erect a
Chemicals Reagents and
Tech Cologne 50c. i
Special Room for Ladies PHILLIPS EXPRESS Tech Note paper 25c. pkg. H
I ,Baggage Transfer -
25 Years Experience Tech Cigarettes
M. i. T. on each Cigrarette
Furniture Moving. Freight Work. Promptly Done. $1.25 per 100
20 HUNTINGTON AVENUE
NEARCOPLEY C. W. PHILLIPS, Prop. Office 34 St. James Ave. Tech Cigars and all the
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also at 46 HIGH STREET
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