SMART business young man wanted to work evenings and other spare time. Will be well remunerated. Apply in person to Mr. Hackett, 177 Devonshire street.
2BEGINNING tonight the Park Theatre will present "Trilby," the new dramatization of Paul M. Potter. This is the first time that any attempt has been made to introduce "Trilby" on the stage and the outcome will be awaited with interest The atmosphere of the Latin quarter pervades the whole of the first two acts. The third act shows a scene in Drury Lane Theatre, with a distant view of the stage, where may be seen Trilby and the orchestra leader. The tumult aroused by her failure to sing and the subsequent death of Svengali end this act. The fourth act depicts the tragic death of Trilby.
The cast of Trilby will be: Trilby, Miss Virginia Harned; Svengali, Mr. Wilton Lackaye; Taffy, Mr. Burr McIntosh; Little Billie, Mr. Alfred Hickman; The Laird, Mr. John Glendenning; Gecko, Mr. Paton Gibbs. Others are George Bean, Bertha Welby, and Mathilde Cottrelly.
MR. FRED W. WHITAKER, of Whitaker & Co., Tailors, 43 Conduit street, London, W., has arrived at Young's Hotel, Boston, with special samples for spring and summer. He will be there until March 9. Appointments by letter. Hotel hours 8 to 11 a. m., 4.30 to 7 p. m.
6 18tTHE Kneisel Quartette will give the annual series of three concerts of chamber music in Brattle Hall, Cambridge, on Wednesday evening, March 27, Monday evening, April 15 and Tuesday evening, April 23. The subscription list is now open at Sever's University Bookstore.