The fourth week of the old comedy season began at the Boston Museum last night with the production of "New Men and Old Acres." The revival of this comedy was of especial interest, as it has not been presented in Boston for twenty years. The production is characterized by the same thoroughness in every detail which has made these revivals so enjoyable. The piece is given a beautiful stage setting, and the cast includes all the Museum favorites. Miss Sheridan and Mr. Wilson were especially pleasing, while Miss Clarke, Miss O'Leary and Mr. Mason all contributed much to the enjoyment of the presentation. The comedy will be presented until Thursday when "The Rivals" will be revived.