Tonight Mr. Richard Mansfield enters upon the second week of one of the most successful engagements played in Boston this year. In "Beau Brummel" Mr. Mansfield presents another of his wonderfully effective and subtle character studies. His acting of the part of the famous beau is always artistic and always thoroughly enjoyable. He is a real artist by instinct; he never caricatures a part; he draws his lines firmly and sharply, but at the same time with a wonderful delicacy and appreciation. Those who enjoy a thoroughly artistic and satisfactory piece of work should not fail to see Mr. Mansfield this week. At the Wednesday matinee there will be a special performance of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde."