H. L. HURLBUT,
125 Tremont St., Boston.HAVING fitted up a fine lot of kennels we are now prepared to board and care for dogs in first class manner at
7 Dunster street, Cambridge.THE last week of Mr. E. H. Sothern's engagement at the Hollis will begin on Nov. 26, and will be signalized by the production of a new play entitled "A Way to Win a Woman." It is strong and presents Mr. Sothern in a more serious part than any in which he has hitherto been seen. Its success was instantaneous, and it was given in other cities during the balance of his tour, during his season that has recently closed at the Lyceum Theatre, New York, where the judgment of the critics of this city was endorsed. This play will be given on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday evenings and Wednesday matinee of this week. A special matinee will be given on Thanksgiving Day, at which "Lord Chumley" will be the bill. Thursday and Friday evenings and Saturday afternoon Mr. Sothern, in response to many requests, will revive one of his greatest successes, "Captain Lettarblair," and Saturday evening will be devoted to "Lord Chumley."
FENCING. - F. W. Lister will teach in the Hemenway Gymnasium, lower floor, this season. Private lessons by appointment. Classes in foil at 4.30 p.m., and broadsword at 5.15 p.m., on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Cards of terms at janitor's office, at Thurston's and 19 Putnam Ave.
MRS. RANSFORD of 22 Prescott street, one minute's walk from College Yard, is prepared to receive boarders. Special facilities and private dining rooms for clubs. One or two sunny rooms to let at reasonable rent. Highest University references.
LOST. - A bunch of keys attached to a chain. Finder please leave at Leavitt & Peirce's.
HARVARD men are delighted with the stock of suitings shown by Mr. D. Toy at 71 Beacon street, Boston. Those who wish exclusive styles will do well to call.